Eventually, everyone who voted for him will be cited for criminal negligence.

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  1. Ravi Narasimhan Says:

    How long before Dr. Fauci resigns or is fired?

  2. Margaret Soltan Says:

    Ravi: And is replaced by Ben Carson.

  3. theprofessor Says:

    According to the World Health Organization on Jan. 14, there wasn’t evidence of human-to-human transmission of the Wuhan coronavirus; after all, the Chinese authorities had told them so.



  4. TAFKAU Says:

    “It’s going to disappear. One day it’s like a miracle–it will disappear.” Trump, Feb. 27

    Double oopsie.

  5. theprofessor Says:

    Why, here’s NYC City Councilman, Mark D. Levine, Chair of the NYC City Council Health Committee on Feb. 9, when all the experts and non-deplorables had already understood the grave nature of this threat:



    Why, here’s NYC Health Commissioner Oxiris Barbot presciently sounding a warning about Wuhan coronavirus back in February:


    Gee, here’s the Lt. Governor of the Great Graftocracy, I mean, State, of New York, likewise sounding the alarm:


    Lots and lots and lots more out there, showing how the experts and nice people and non-deplorables were right on top of this.

  6. TAFKAU Says:

    Uh…yeah. I’m not sure how time works in your world, tp, but last I heard, February 27 happened a full (a *very* full) 18 days after February 9. Anyone could have–and often did–underestimate the danger of COVID-19 in early February. However, it took a stable genius to display that level of ignorance just before the beginning of March.

    Also Great Graftocracy? Really: a Trump supporter complaining about graft?

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