Anyone else seeing this trend in their state?
Folks pushing propaganda to downplay the number of COVID-19 deaths as cases once again surge?
COVID-19 Trends You Don’t Want to See
Of course, it is not surprising that some of these folks would want to push misinformation about COVID-19 deaths, especially as we are getting news that the first COVID-19 vaccine is being evaluated for EUA by the FDA.
That’s anti-vaccine propaganda 101 – making you think that vaccine-preventable diseases, which COVID-19 will soon become, are no big deal, and certainly not life-threatening.
Don’t believe them.
It is easy to see that Melissa Floyd’s posting about COVID-19 cases and deaths in California is clearly propaganda.
If not to trick folks, why didn’t Melissa Floyd acknowledge that COVID-19 deaths are rising as cases began to surge again?
Rising COVID-19 cases and deaths is not a trend we want to see right now.
Neither is more folks getting fooled by misinformation and propaganda about COVID-19. After all, the only trend we want to see is COVID-19 cases and deaths going down, which likely won’t happen until the majority of us get vaccinated and protected once the COVID-19 vaccines are widely available.
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2 thoughts on “COVID-19 Trends You Don’t Want to See”
As it turns out, you do want to see covid-19 cases rise. Because if they fall and never come back up, there is little reason for people to be scared into getting the vaccine. I’m not wrong. And just as people have died from medical malpractice during this covid-19 scare, people will die from the vaccine as well.
I strongly suspect that “even Melissa” acknowledges that the data contradicting her is overwhelming – and likely why she deleted the tweet (or at least made it unavailable).