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ignore everything I just said and keep up the gross exaggerations. Just a really productive way to respond to a situation like this.
I didn't exaggerate anything. Thanks for not writing a page of the most lukewarm, non critical drivel that I could see from middle aged woman on facebook that time though
 






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Like seriously. People are starving and standing in food lines? Could have fooled me considering I just went to Best Buy yesterday and there was a line of people waiting to get in and every stall of the curbside pick up was full.

you’re making things up.
 






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I didn't exaggerate anything. Thanks for not writing a page of the most lukewarm, non critical drivel that I could see from middle aged woman on facebook that time though
seriously, look in the mirror. The middle aged women on Facebook writing paragraphs are the one cheering you on.

but good for you to try make age and gender insulting.
 






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The fact that you don't even know this shows what bubble of ignorance you live in. Maybe laugh at this post too? Very funny
did you read this article? You know it is saying that covid is exacerbating an existing housing crisis and that this housing crisis is primarily affecting predominately black communities?

something to think about when you consider the reality that black people have been given credit for a democrat win in several places. Trumps response to covid has been awful. This is entirely true and you are a supporter of trumps response with your denialism. You’re article supports what I was saying about how we will do better domestically when trump is out of office.

and quite frankly, I have been saying for years that the wages provided at places like Walmart were bad. but as always, a situation isn’t bad until it somehow affects you directly. The covid response showcases this too.
 






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did you read this article? You know it is saying that covid is exacerbating an existing housing crisis and that this housing crisis is primarily affecting predominately black communities?

something to think about when you consider the reality that black people have been given credit for a democrat win in several places. Trumps response to covid has been awful. This is entirely true. You’re article supports what I was saying about how we will do better domestically when trump is out of office.

and quite frankly, I have been saying for years that the wages provided at places like Walmart were bad. but as always, a situation isn’t bad until it somehow affects you directly. The covid response showcases this too.
Changing the conversation to race and politics? Could you literally be any more of a caricature of yourself. I've seen what I needed to from you, I'm done talking to you. Your arrogance is astounding, but very explanatory of the medical estabishment who put people in this situation
 






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I understand now. You are just an ignorant waste of time. Won't be talking to you much longer
You are highlighting an article about Texas that also has openly supported not wearing masks or sheltering in place. You are basically saying that you’re own notions for how the pandemic should be handled don’t work.

Texas is still reopening even though they have more cases and more deaths than California at this point.

 






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You are highlighting an article about Texas that also has openly supported not wearing masks or sheltering in place. You are basically saying that you’re own notions for how the pandemic should be handled don’t work.

Texas is still reopening even though they have more cases and more deaths than California at this point.

Wearing masks has nothing to do with the social and economic consequences of the medical tyranny you advocate for.
 






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Meanwhile
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i oppose monopolization, but again. It is a present reality that Jeff bezos has this opportunity because of how many people are spending money right now.

you’re comments about depression era poverty are an exaggeration based on your own agenda rather than an objective view of reality.
 






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i oppose monopolization, but again. It is a present reality that Jeff bezos has this opportunity because of how many people are spending money right now.

you’re comments about depression era poverty are an exaggeration based on your own agenda rather than an objective view of reality.
You should be put in a museum for people to marvel at. The animal that caused and fought for the Great Reset of 2020, the greatest transfer of wealth in history, the greatest destruction of life and freedoms, because they thought they needed to take any means possible to stop people getting the cold
 






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Covid will blow over as soon as people find a new scapegoat. And I hate to frame covid in that sort of light, but it's reality.

What started out as legitimate concern for human life has morphed into something else.
 






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Wearing masks has nothing to do with the social and economic consequences of the medical tyranny you advocate for.
Texas advocates and implements the methods that you support for handling the pandemic. You can try to ignore what I said in order to try to entertain an audience that would love to see me insulted, but that is reality.

you were trying to show that depression era poverty has been created by measures implemented to control the spread of covid and you used Texas to do this, which has promoted your way of handling a pandemic. Maybe you should get out of the echo chamber every now and then. It might help you find a more objective view of reality.
 






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You should be put in a museum for people to marvel at. The animal that caused and fought for the Great Reset of 2020, the greatest transfer of wealth in history, the greatest destruction of life and freedoms, because they thought they needed to take any means possible to stop people getting the cold
no I advocated for things like hand washing and being personally accountable to prevent the spread of something contagious so that discussions like this would never be necessary In the first place.

And again, you talk about the greatest destruction of freedom and you use Texas to support this? Lol

youRe the one who should be put in a museum.
 






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Hmm...

So bezos amassed so much money during the pandemic not because people are spending so much money, per se, but because they changed their shopping patterns to online shopping due to shutdowns and needing to stay home to stay healthy. The shut down also happened right after tax returns and then people got the stimulus money... all the stores being shut meant the bulk of that money was funneled to bezos and others like him rather then spread out among large and small businesses in a more equitable distribution. Add on to that the tariffs I’ve been talking about which large companies have been able to get exemptions from which results in them being able to have better prices and makes them more attractive to customers...

Yeah bezos making money isn’t an actual indication that people have money to spend or a reflection of a strong economy. The fact is our economy is suffering and people are due to lose their unemployment right after Christmas at the same time that most places are allowing evictions to resume and at a time when more shut downs are likely because the pandemic is expected to be completely out of control by then... we have a perfect storm coming at us. Even worse then what we’ve already acclimated to.

but yes, these problems were also preexistant the current situation has just illuminated and exacerbated them.
 






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Feeding America Study Projects Local Food Insecurity Rates Amid Pandemic Could Reach Up To 1 in 3 Adults and 1 in 2 Children
52 million Americans are will be food insecure , and half of those are because of the medical tyranny response to the cold
Yeah keep laughing rainerann you psycho
 






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Hmm...

So bezos amassed so much money during the pandemic not because people are spending so much money, per se, but because they changed their shopping patterns to online shopping due to shutdowns and needing to stay home to stay healthy. The shut down also happened right after tax returns and then people got the stimulus money... all the stores being shut meant the bulk of that money was funneled to bezos and others like him rather then spread out among large and small businesses in a more equitable distribution. Add on to that the tariffs I’ve been talking about which large companies have been able to get exemptions from which results in them being able to have better prices and makes them more attractive to customers...

Yeah bezos making money isn’t an actual indication that people have money to spend or a reflection of a strong economy. The fact is our economy is suffering and people are due to lose their unemployment right after Christmas at the same time that most places are allowing evictions to resume and at a time when more shut downs are likely because the pandemic is expected to be completely out of control by then... we have a perfect storm coming at us. Even worse then what we’ve already acclimated to.

but yes, these problems were also preexistant the current situation has just illuminated and exacerbated them.
And almost 40% of the stimulus checks went to debt payments, in other words, straight back to the banks.
 






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Feeding America Study Projects Local Food Insecurity Rates Amid Pandemic Could Reach Up To 1 in 3 Adults and 1 in 2 Children
52 million Americans are will be food insecure , and half of those are because of the medical tyranny response to the cold
Yeah keep laughing rainerann you psycho
I feel like you aren’t really paying attention to who does and doesnt have shelter in place orders or you are not using this to screen the articles you are posting.


  • “The projected rate of food insecurity is highest for Mississippi (24.1 percent), which also had the highest rate of food insecurity in 2018.
  • North Dakota has the lowest projected rate of food insecurity for 2020 at 12.0 percent. Still, it will see the largest increase in food insecurity rates (77 percent) compared to all other states.
  • In addition to North Dakota, states that are projected to have the highest change in food insecurity rates – from 2018 to 2020 – include Minnesota (60 percent change), Nevada (57 percent change), Wisconsin (57 percent change) and Hawaii (57 percent change)



  • North Dakota didn’t have a shelter in place order prior to the article that you have just posted, which was from may 20 of this year. Mississippi was also one of the first to start reopening in late April and one of the only states to reopen large venues like movie theaters. These people are using your approach to the pandemic. However, since the pandemic is not a cold, it is still a shit situation that causes hardship. But your article highlights what the pandemic is creating rather than the restrictions. Someone even created a petition about this


  • https://www.change.org/p/north-dakota-governor-doug-burgum-governor-doug-burgum-to-order-mandatory-shelter-in-place




  • it is also interesting to notice that Mississippi was in a dire situation in 2018. I doubt anyone noticed before it became part of an agenda to promote ignoring common sense concerning contagious diseases.


  • this was from your feeding America article. The situation was never the same across the board the way you seem to think by posting articles about places that are expected to a struggle even when they have little to no restrictions In place.
 






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The nurses in North Dakota are not even required to quarantine when they test positive.


How are covid restrictions in North Dakota creating depression era poverty again? More than likely, it is the actual pandemic itself that would be responsible for this. Open your eyes.
 






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