Talk about a big "nothingburger".
Earlier today we reported how the CDC quietly revised their numbers to drastically reduce the amount of COVID deaths due solely to COVID and not another underlying condition.
And now we've got another stunner.
Remember all the panic and hand-wringing about Sturgis and how it would lead to another massive outbreak?
With over 365,000 in attendance, Reuters is reporting that only 88 cases have been traced to the gathering.
Don't worry, I've already done the math for you, that's 0.0241% of attendees affected!
Not 2%….point 02%.
In other words, virtually no one!
A rounding error!
The proverbial needle in the haystack!
THIS is what we've shut down the economy over?
THIS is why we've closed all the churches?
THIS is why the kids can't go to school in person?
HOAX exposed, time to do away with this nonsense once and for all and get back to normal.
And yes, I completely, whole-heartedly reject the "new normal".
It's demonic, straight from the pit of hell.
We don't need a new normal based on bad science and faulty numbers.
Reopen the churches.
Reopen the schools.
Enough is enough.
Now, go ahead and take a look at this with your own eyes:
Here's an excerpt from that article from Reuters so you can read it yourself (key part bolded):
U.S. cases of the novel coronavirus were approaching 6 million on Sunday as many Midwest states reported increasing infections, according to a Reuters tally.
Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota have recently reported record one-day increases in new cases while Montana and Idaho are seeing record numbers of currently hospitalized COVID-19 patients.
Nationally, metrics on new cases, deaths, hospitalizations and the positivity rates of tests are all declining but there are emerging hotspots in the Midwest.
Many of the new cases in Iowa are in the counties that are home to the University of Iowa and Iowa State University, which are holding some in-person classes. Colleges and universities around the country have seen outbreaks after students returned to campus, forcing some to switch to online-only learning.
Infections have also risen after an annual motorcycle rally in Sturgis, South Dakota drew more than 365,000 people from across the country from Aug. 7 to 16. The South Dakota health department said 88 cases have been traced to the rally.
More than eight months into the pandemic, the United States continues to struggle with testing, seeing the number of people tested fall in recent weeks.
Many health officials and at least 33 states have rejected the new COVID-19 testing guidance issued by the Trump administration last week that said those exposed to the virus and without symptoms may not need testing.
Meanwhile, instead of reporting the TRUTH like we do here at WeLoveTrump, here's how the media is trying to spin it: