Monday, October 24, 2022


At least one of the states, probably some dumb-ass Trump state, false-reports their covid death figures over the weekend. It's been a recognizable pattern for several months now. They probably believe that no one will notice, and people will be lulled into assuming that nothing at all is happening.

Tuesday October 18, 11:42 PM
1,065,841 deaths.

Wednesday October 19, after midnight.
1,066,584 deaths.
[Increase: 743]

Thursday October 20, 11:18 PM
1,067,190 deaths.
[Increase: 606]

Friday October 21, 11:11 PM
1,067,673 deaths.
[Increase: 483]

Saturday October 22, 10:12 PM
1,067,685 deaths.
[Increase: 12]

Sunday October 23, 8:48 PM
1,067,686 deaths.
[Increase: 1]

What, Americans don't die unless bureaucrats are on duty?

Saturday October 22 to Sunday the 23rd: 1 death.
Saturday October 15 to Sunday the 16th: 1 death.
Saturday October 8 to Sunday the 9th: 4 deaths.
Saturday October 1 to Sunday the 2nd: 0 deaths.
Saturday September 24 to Sunday the 25th: 7 deaths.
Saturday September 17 to Sunday the 18th: 7 deaths.

There have been approximately three thousand Covid deaths every week for the last month.
Saturday September 24: 1,056,409 deaths. Today, October 24: 1,067,833 deaths by mid-day.

Nebraska and Missouri, where no one ever dies, stopped regularly updating their covid numbers this past Spring. Accurate numbers for Florida are probably non-existant.
Texas shows every indication of unreliability.

Draw your own conclusions, and perhaps avoid travelling to the shithole states (Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming).

Oh, and congratulations to Missouri's Kansas City Chiefs for their victory yesterday.
You are all winners! Missouri achieved something! Kudos.

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