: An analogy to America’s losses from 9-11

Don’t be afraid of Covid” proclaimed a maskless US president, Donald Trump, upon exiting the hospital. “I feel better than I did 20 years ago!” he exclaimed.

Meanwhile, more than 210,000 dead in the US from the Coronavirus pandemic are unable to respond to this unconscionable statement by a head of state.

It comes without saying that the exact match domain, was promptly registered, and it’s currently being used as an analogy to the US losses from the mishandling of Covid-19 in the United States.

No other disaster in the US brings back more painful memories than the attacks of 9-11-2001, when terrorists hijacked passenger planes killing 2,977 people directly; thousands more died from diseases in the 19 years since. shows what the various major city newspaper headlines would look like, if the more than 210,000 dead from Covid-19 were to be terrorist attack victims.

It’s truly a shocking image to process.

Don’t be afraid of Covid. Really?

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One Response to “ : An analogy to America’s losses from 9-11”
  1. Data Glasses says:

    Fingers crossed, sanity returns to your country after November 3rd

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