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TexasJack [S] 6 points ago

Lol at that no-neck bitch sitting in the back with a confused look on her face. She can't process all of this science and math stuff.

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TexasJack [S] 29 points ago

Somebody better start talking about hydrochloroquine. We should not be prepared to just write off 100,000-200,000 deaths.

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TexasJack [S] 8 points ago

Democrats: "Let's replace our senile nominee with a governor who failed his people so badly that they are dying in droves."

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TexasJack [S] 4 points ago

There is no reason to presume a depression. They just passed a stim package that could choke an elephant. It should be enough to bridge to 4/30 and even beyond assuming a graduated re-opening.

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TexasJack [S] 15 points ago

Just shut this bitch down. Enough already. This is not what the American people need to hear at a moment like this.

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TexasJack [S] 67 points ago

Or maybe stop playing games and start using hydroxychloroquine + zpak.

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TexasJack [S] 1 point ago

They should continue trials but I don't think there is a question of basic safety since it's been out there for such a long time. There are RA patients who have taken it daily for years. A virus patient would only need it for maybe two weeks. At this point there doesn't seem to be any reason to withhold it from those who are critically ill unless some other treatment is being used instead.

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TexasJack [S] 9 points ago

Where is that Google-made website? They should have been able to do that in a couple of days.

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TexasJack [S] 11 points ago

He already addressed the hospital capacity. It's like they don't even listen to the briefing or the other questions. Every presstitute lives totally in their own world.

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TexasJack [S] 1 point ago

I'm not sure anyone even knows what it is....

They're going to be all over him for that.

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TexasJack [S] 9 points ago

The assholes always looking to nitpick the most insignificant things.

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TexasJack [S] 13 points ago

MVP of VPs. I don't think any Vice President in our history has ever been as consequential.

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