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Sean posted:

America First.

A great president indeed. A true patriot. 

He is a KILLER,the US don't have enough testing kit.  Same can be said, drugs and guns kill more people. This virus moves so rapid and death comes very fast.

 In addition to all the other killers, this is one too many and many more to come. Trump was waiting for warm weather to kill the virus, bloody Jackass and his followers. He will lead them over the cliff.

kp posted:
Sean posted:

America First.

A great president indeed. A true patriot. 

He is a KILLER,the US don't have enough testing kit.  Same can be said, drugs and guns kill more people. This virus moves so rapid and death comes very fast.

 In addition to all the other killers, this is one too many and many more to come. Trump was waiting for warm weather to kill the virus, bloody Jackass and his followers. He will lead them over the cliff.

Banna, relax yourself. No one hoping the warm weather kills it off. However, the warm weather will buy time for vaccines to be developed. There is no treatment and shouting and screaming and ranting will not change that. Right now is containment.  Little else anyone can do.

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