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“Kill All The Republicans.”

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Monday, August 2, 2021

If coronavirus disease could talk, that’s what it would say.

Because right now, those whom have resisted getting vaccinated are largely conservative White Republican men.

A recent poll conducted by Monmouth University’s Polling Insitute found that 73% of self-identified Republicans oppose face mask and social distancing guidelines in their state, while 16% of those who remain vehemently opposed to getting the vaccine “believe Covid is a hoax or they are unlikely to get infected. Which means there may be very little that can be done at this point to change their minds,” said Patrick D. Murray, Founding Director of Monmouth University’s independent Polling Institute. Among those who admit they will not get the vaccine if they can avoid it, 70% either identify with or lean toward the Republican Party, and only 29% of Republicans blame vaccine opposition for most of the recent rise in COVID-19 infection cases.

Ron DeSantis (b.1978), Republican Governor of Florida since January 8, 2019, barely defeated Andrew Gillum, the Democratic Mayor of Tallahassee by a margin of 0.4%. At age 42, he is the nation’s youngest governor.

And they’re dying like flies in places like Florida, where Republican Governor Ron DeSantis — who himself is vaccinated with the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen single-dose viral vector-type vaccine — has steadfastly refused to do anything to protect his state’s citizens from the ravages of coronavirus disease infection, and has staunchly refused mandating face/nose covering use in public spaces, and even recently signed an executive order PROHIBITING school districts from requiring staff and students to wear protective masks.

That, as news of findings published by the CDC of an outbreak in Provincetown, Barnstable County, Massachusetts – a resort town and summertime getaway location on the tip of Cape Cod – occurring among fully-inoculated individuals after participating in summer events and large public gatherings between July 3 and July 17, in which 469 cases of COVID-19 infection were identified among Massachusetts residents who had traveled there, of which 346 (74%) occurred in fully vaccinated persons. Testing identified the Delta variant in 90% of specimens from 133 patients.

The “great unknown” — even among researchers — throughout development, testing, and emergency approval of the Moderna and Pfizer/BioNtech mRNA type vaccines, and the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen viral vector type vaccine has been: “Does it, or will it prevent disease?” And the partial answer that we now seem to have is “NO, it does not. It only prevents a more worse case/more severe infection.” Because presently, we do not know if the ∂ (delta) variant mutated to become resistant to the vaccines, but we do know that its transmissibility is even greater than before — it’s as easy as chicken pox to be caught. And those reasons are why continued use of nose/mouth coverings is being encouraged indoors and among groups.

Florida has become America’s coronavirus disease infection epicenter, and accounts for about 20% of all new cases nationally.

On Saturday, July 31, 2021, there were 21,683 new COVID-19 cases reported in Florida — THE HIGHEST one-day total since the pandemic began. The next day — Sunday — Florida broke its previous record for hospitalizations, which was set over a year ago.

Dr. Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D., Director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) said, “We do know that [children] are capable of getting pretty sick, we’ve lost about 400 children who have died from Covid-19 since this all started, and kids can also get long COVID where they ended up months later with difficulties with brain fog, and fatigue that interferes with their school performance. So this is not to be just dismissed as a zero risk. Kids also live in homes, are related to people in those homes, who are perhaps immunosuppressed. They could bring home the virus and cause bad outcomes.”

One has a difficult time imagining that DeSantis is a Yale University-Harvard Law educated man who served in the U.S. Navy as a JAG officer, and later as a Federal prosecutor. But, he is — which just goes to show that even educated people can be blooming idiots.

COVID-19 does not discriminate.

It hates Jews, White Supremacists, Blacks, Whites, Native Americans, Hispanics, AAPI brothers and sisters, men, women, children, the old and young, LGBTQ and straight, Antifa, cops, lawyers, judges, race car drivers, garbage men, prisoners and free, Democrats and Republicans, Protestant and Catholic, religious and atheist, native-born, immigrants and refugees, politicians and constituents, homeless and housed, wealthy and poor, manufacturer and merchant, banker, borrower and businessmen alike.

Even infants and the unborn.

The only ones it doesn’t hate or affect, are the dead.

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