Wednesday, April 1, 2020
NYFC has as many flu deaths in one month as they get from the flu in an entire YEAR, and math-resistant fucktards are still yapping about "but this is no worse than the flu".
If you can't figure out which is worse, I can't help you.
Apparently, for some level of morons and/or psychotics, until NYFC starts knolling the body bags in Central Park, those 1000+ dead people didn't happen.
Here's your other fun thought:
On 3/19, the entire U.S had 4000 Kung Flu cases.
On 4/1, we have over 4000 deaths from it here.
Today, we have 190,000 cases (and it went up yesterday alone by 26,000 cases).
So, let's see where we are on deaths in two weeks, and see if today's case rate spike is just from more testing, or the lag between cases versus deaths. (I don't know, but if it ends up working like that, this isn't over on April 30th, or even May 30th.)
Currently, the CDC is projecting the peak in mid- to late-April, and somewhere in the vicinity of 100K deaths.
So no matter what, this is still the ramping-up phase. Peak is still off in the misty distance.
Hang in there.
The idiots licking toilet seats because they're immortal, and this isn't real, will have their reward in due course.