By Duncan Smith
When it’s all said and done, we believe that the coronavirus pandemic will become the most over-hyped outbreak in the history of our planet.
That’s not to say the virus isn’t deadly or dangerous for some people. It is.
Just not most people. By far.
As you’ve probably read and heard, the number of coronavirus cases have jumped dramatically in recent days and the Left-wing media and Joe Biden Democrats are blaming states for ‘reopening too soon.’
Gotta keep the economy shut down, you see, otherwise, it’ll grow massively once again thanks to President Trump’s economic and trade policies and that’ll give him way too much of an advantage in November.
In any event, yes, the number of coronavirus cases are rising; but not coronavirus deaths.
The Washington Times notes:
he number of Americans dying from COVID-19 has been falling for weeks, a case the White House is making as it points out that the U.S. fatality rate is well below that of Europe's biggest countries.
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters Monday that the fatality rate — the ratio between confirmed deaths and confirmed cases — is well below that of France, the United Kingdom and Germany, as she defended President Trump's comment during his Fourth of July address that 99% of novel coronavirus cases are 'totally harmless.'
'The president is not downplaying the severity of the virus,' McEnany said at a press briefing. 'What the president is noting is that at the height of this pandemic we were at 2,500 deaths per day. We are now at a place where on July 4 there were 254. That's a tenfold decrease in mortality.'
'What the president was pointing to, and I'm glad you brought it up, was a factual statement, one that is rooted in science and one that was pointing out the fact that mortality in the country is very low,” she added, noting that deaths from the virus fell 23 percent week-to-week on Sunday.
Alex Berenson, author of 'Unreported Truths About Covid-19 and Lockdowns,' adds that the 'news is significantly better on all fronts' when it comes to coronavirus.
'Despite fact that the number of positive SARS-COV-2 tests (what the media calls cases) in the Sun Belt has been rising for the last few weeks, hospitalizations and especially patients in intensive care and on ventilators are rising much more slowly,' Berenson said.
In addition, 'deaths actually continue to drop to their lowest levels since the epidemic began in March.'
So much for the end of the world.
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