Walz is a Fraud on Covid LockDown

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They follow CDC testing and quarantine guidelines.
Yes they are lucky.
I assume you mean your kids school does. MN public schools don’t in many cases. My son has a teammate on a sport who was “exposed” to COVID. Rules said he couldn’t practice with the team for 14-days —— even with the TWO negative tests he got during that quarantine. Find me that in the CDC guidelines.
 

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I assume you mean your kids school does. MN public schools don’t in many cases. My son has a teammate on a sport who was “exposed” to COVID. Rules said he couldn’t practice with the team for 14-days —— even with the TWO negative tests he got during that quarantine. Find me that in the CDC guidelines.

Yes, their school does follow CDC.
Well that hockey situation seems pretty rediculous, I think those might have been the original guidelines early in pandemic. I think now a negative test 5 days after exposure and your good to go.
 

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Yes, their school does follow CDC.
Well that hockey situation seems pretty rediculous, I think those might have been the original guidelines early in pandemic. I think now a negative test 5 days after exposure and your good to go.
The situation I described happened in February. I'm not saying those are CDC Guidelines.... they lie somewhere with MN/MSHSL.
 

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The situation I described happened in February. I'm not saying those are CDC Guidelines.... they lie somewhere with MN/MSHSL.

I get it. The question is where did they get those guidelines.

I think it could be them going overboard for fear of being shut down again. Thats kind of the feeling I get from some of the arenas to.
 

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News just said MN is 5th in the nation in percentage of vaccine doses administered at 90%. What are you going to blame Walz for now?
 


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News just said MN is 5th in the nation in percentage of vaccine doses administered at 90%. What are you going to blame Walz for now?
LTCF deaths. Ridiculous restrictions. Terrible leadership during the riots. Lying to the public. Proposing more tax increases with a $1.6B surplus. Bowing to the teacher union.

As for your news,MN is actually 4th according to the Bloomberg tracker. What on earth have I ever posted on here that would make you think I wouldn’t be happy about this news? I’m growing very bored with you.
 

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LTCF deaths. Ridiculous restrictions. Terrible leadership during the riots. Lying to the public. Proposing more tax increases with a $1.6B surplus. Bowing to the teacher union.

As for your news,MN is actually 4th according to the Bloomberg tracker. What on earth have I ever posted on here that would make you think I wouldn’t be happy about this news? I’m growing very bored with you.

I knew I could count on you...
 

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LTCF deaths. Ridiculous restrictions. Terrible leadership during the riots. Lying to the public. Proposing more tax increases with a $1.6B surplus. Bowing to the teacher union.

As for your news,MN is actually 4th according to the Bloomberg tracker. What on earth have I ever posted on here that would make you think I wouldn’t be happy about this news? I’m growing very bored with you.
You forgot running and hiding when the s#it hit the fan and abandoning his men > https://www.wctrib.com/opinion/4523919-truth-about-tim-walz And oh, let's not discuss his continued lying about being a retired Command Sergeant Major when he was busted to Master Sergeant.
 






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Listening back to this is pretty amazing.

Wow. You forget, because you’re like a frog in hot water. Two weeks isn’t so bad. It’s a great lesson. Liberty relinquished is often liberty lost.
 




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COVID-19 Deaths per 100,000 People - March 01, 2021
Minnesota: 17th Lowest in USA - Best in Midwest


New Jersey: 262 per 100,000 people
Population: 8.9 million residents

New York: 242
Population: 19.4 million

Rhode Island: 236
Population: 1.1 million

Massachusetts: 234
Population: 6.9 million

Mississippi: 224
Population: 3 million

Arizona: 220
Population: 7.3 million

Connecticut: 214
Population: 3.6 million

South Dakota: 213
Population: 884,659

Louisiana: 207
Population: 4.6 million

Alabama: 203
Population: 4.9 million

North Dakota: 194
Population: 762,062

Pennsylvania: 188
Population: 12.8 million

Indiana: 187
Population: 6.7 million

Illinois: 179
Population: 12.7 million

New Mexico: 177
Population: 2.1 million

Arkansas: 174
Population: 3 million

Iowa: 173
Population: 3.2 million

South Carolina: 166
Population: 5.1 million

Tennessee: 166
Population: 6.8 million

Michigan: 165
Population: 10 million

Kansas: 163
Population: 2.9 million

Nevada: 161
Population: 3.1 million

Georgia: 158
Population: 10.6 million

Texas: 152
Population: 30 million

Ohio: 148
Population: 11.7 million

Delaware: 146
Population: 973,764

District of Columbia: 144
Population: 705,749

Florida: 144
Population: 21.5 million

Missouri: 137
Population: 6.1 million

California: 132
Population: 39.5 million

Maryland: 130
Population: 6 million

West Virginia: 128
Population: 1.8 million

Montana: 127
Population: 1.1 million

Wisconsin: 121
Population: 5.8 million

Minnesota: 116
Population: 5.6 million


Wyoming: 116
Population: 578,759

Nebraska: 114
Population: 1.9 million

Oklahoma: 112
Population: 4 million

North Carolina: 107
Population: 10.5 million

Kentucky: 107
Population: 4.5 million

Colorado: 105
Population: 5.8 million

Idaho: 104
Population: 1.8 million

Virginia: 100
Population: 8.5 million

New Hampshire: 86
Population: 1.4 million

Washington: 66
Population: 7.6 million

Utah: 60
Population: 3.2 million

Oregon: 53
Population: 4.2 million

Maine: 52
Population: 1.3 million

Alaska: 38
Population: 731,545

Vermont: 33
Population: 623,989

Hawaii: 31
Population: 1.4 million

https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/public-health/us-coronavirus-deaths-by-state-july-1.html
 
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% of COVID-19 Vaccines Administered - March 1, 2021
Minnesota: 5th Highest in USA

  1. New Mexico
    Doses distributed to state: 738,705
    Doses administered: 705,538
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 95.51

  2. North Dakota
    Doses distributed to state: 246,570
    Doses administered: 234,209
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 94.99

  3. Wisconsin
    Doses distributed to state: 1,588,665
    Doses administered: 1,470,570
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 92.57

  4. West Virginia
    Doses distributed to state: 605,255
    Doses administered: 532,295
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 87.95
  5. Minnesota
    Doses distributed to state: 1,599,790
    Doses administered: 1,393,985
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 87.14

  6. Indiana
    Doses distributed to state: 1,848,620
    Doses administered: 1,590,344
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 86.03

  7. Michigan
    Doses distributed to state: 2,704,700
    Doses administered: 2,318,415
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 85.72

  8. South Dakota
    Doses distributed to state: 329,300
    Doses administered: 278,285
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 84.51

  9. Utah
    Doses distributed to state: 820,950
    Doses administered: 688,505
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 83.87

  10. Connecticut
    Doses distributed to state: 1,198,495
    Doses administered: 1,004,467
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 83.81

  11. Arizona
    Doses distributed to state: 2,148,015
    Doses administered: 1,792,447
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 83.45

  12. Rhode Island
    Doses distributed to state: 308,415
    Doses administered: 256,755
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 83.25

  13. Massachusetts
    Doses distributed to state: 2,091,730
    Doses administered: 1,735,916
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 82.99

  14. North Carolina
    Doses distributed to state: 2,985,475
    Doses administered: 2,467,755
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 82.66

  15. Montana
    Doses distributed to state: 341,645
    Doses administered: 281,422
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 82.37

  16. New Jersey
    Doses distributed to state: 2,508,320
    Doses administered: 2,065,666
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 82.35

  17. Virginia
    Doses distributed to state: 2,536,495
    Doses administered: 2,086,194
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 82.25

  18. South Carolina
    Doses distributed to state: 1,339,205
    Doses administered: 1,086,550
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 81.13

  19. Idaho
    Doses distributed to state: 485,195
    Doses administered: 392,370
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 80.87

  20. Colorado
    Doses distributed to state: 1,700,660
    Doses administered: 1,371,577
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 80.65

  21. Oregon
    Doses distributed to state: 1,241,415
    Doses administered: 994,403
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 80.10

  22. Maine
    Doses distributed to state: 416,090
    Doses administered: 332,999
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 80.03

  23. Florida
    Doses distributed to state: 6,313,355
    Doses administered: 5,044,420
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 79.90

  24. Wyoming
    Doses distributed to state: 195,855
    Doses administered: 156,397
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 79.85

  25. Louisiana
    Doses distributed to state: 1,331,680
    Doses administered: 1,056,975
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 79.37

  26. Iowa
    Doses distributed to state: 901,745
    Doses administered: 713,054
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 79.07

  27. Nevada
    Doses distributed to state: 867,240
    Doses administered: 685,692
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 79.07

  28. Illinois
    Doses distributed to state: 3,575,135
    Doses administered: 2,824,209
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 79.00

  29. Ohio
    Doses distributed to state: 3,301,865
    Doses administered: 2,599,806
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 78.74

  30. Nebraska
    Doses distributed to state: 603,210
    Doses administered: 474,439
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 78.65

  31. Vermont
    Doses distributed to state: 206,910
    Doses administered: 162,558
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 78.56

  32. Oklahoma
    Doses distributed to state: 1,399,890
    Doses administered: 1,095,362
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 78.25

  33. New Hampshire
    Doses distributed to state: 412,275
    Doses administered: 321,602
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 78.01

  34. Kentucky
    Doses distributed to state: 1,317,325
    Doses administered: 1,020,045
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 77.43

  35. Alaska
    Doses distributed to state: 342,535
    Doses administered: 264,741
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 77.29

  36. Washington
    Doses distributed to state: 2,245,010
    Doses administered: 1,729,208
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 77.02

  37. Hawaii
    Doses distributed to state: 497,760
    Doses administered: 382,798
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 76.90

  38. California
    Doses distributed to state: 11,587,650
    Doses administered: 8,821,044
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 76.12

  39. Missouri
    Doses distributed to state: 1,694,635
    Doses administered: 1,279,404
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 75.50

  40. Delaware
    Doses distributed to state: 291,815
    Doses administered: 219,312
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 75.15

  41. New York
    Doses distributed to state: 5,757,205
    Doses administered: 4,225,250
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 73.39

  42. Texas
    Doses distributed to state: 7,615,175
    Doses administered: 5,566,612
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 73.10

  43. Arkansas
    Doses distributed to state: 892,660
    Doses administered: 649,311
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 72.74

  44. Maryland
    Doses distributed to state: 1,837,445
    Doses administered: 1,325,977
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 72.16

  45. Georgia
    Doses distributed to state: 2,881,145
    Doses administered: 2,072,451
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 71.93

  46. Mississippi
    Doses distributed to state: 869,955
    Doses administered: 619,251
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 71.18

  47. Kansas
    Doses distributed to state: 867,585
    Doses administered: 609,765
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 70.28

  48. Pennsylvania
    Doses distributed to state: 3,915,545
    Doses administered: 2,751,844
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 70.28

  49. Tennessee
    Doses distributed to state: 1,965,740
    Doses administered: 1,359,382
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 69.15

  50. Alabama
    Doses distributed to state: 1,402,280
    Doses administered: 942,502
    Percentage of distributed vaccines that have been administered: 67.21

https://www.beckershospitalreview.c...entage-of-covid-19-vaccines-administered.html
 
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States ranked by COVID-19 Cases: Feb. 24
Minnesota: 31st Lowest in USA - Best in Midwest


North Dakota — 13,050 per 100,000 population
Population: 762,062 residents

South Dakota — 12,609 per 100,000
Population: 884,659

Rhode Island — 11,730 per 100,000
Population: 1.1 million

Utah — 11,472 per 100,000
Population: 3.2 million

Arizona — 11,150 per 100,000
Population: 7.3 million

Tennessee — 11,043 per 100,000
Population: 6.8 million

Oklahoma — 10,620 per 100,000
Population: 4 million

Iowa — 10,585 per 100,000
Population: 3.2 million

Wisconsin — 10,536 per 100,000
Population: 5.8 million

Arkansas — 10,491 per 100,000
Population: 3 million

Nebraska — 10,331 per 100,000
Population: 1.9 million

Kansas — 10,122 per 100,000
Population: 2.9 million

Alabama — 9,973 per 100,000
Population: 4.9 million

South Carolina — 9,845 per 100,000
Population: 5.1 million

Indiana — 9,807 per 100,000
Population: 6.7 million

Mississippi — 9,785 per 100,000
Population: 3 million

Idaho — 9,514 per 100,000
Population: 1.8 million

Nevada — 9,471 per 100,000
Population: 3.1 million

Wyoming — 9,321 per 100,000
Population: 578,759

Illinois — 9,315 per 100,000
Population: 12.7 million

Montana — 9,278 per 100,000
Population: 1.1 million

Louisiana — 9,165 per 100,000
Population: 4.6 million

Georgia — 9,099 per 100,000
Population: 10.6 million

Texas — 9,028 per 100,000
Population: 30 million

Kentucky — 9,019 per 100,000
Population: 4.5 million

California — 8,966 per 100,000
Population: 39.5 million

Delaware — 8,752 per 100,000
Population: 973,764

Florida — 8,746 per 100,000
Population: 21.5 million

New Mexico — 8,743 per 100,000
Population: 2.1 million

New Jersey — 8,695 cases per 100,000
Population: 8.9 million

Minnesota — 8,514 per 100,000
Population: 5.6 million


Missouri — 8,381 per 100,000
Population: 6.1 million

Massachusetts — 8,296 per 100,000
Population: 6.9 million

New York — 8,251 per 100,000
Population: 19.4 million

Ohio — 8,197 per 100,000
Population: 11.7 million

North Carolina — 8,113 per 100,000
Population: 10.5 million

Alaska — 7,842 per 100,000
Population: 731,545

Connecticut — 7,761 per 100,000
Population: 3.6 million

Colorado — 7,383 per 100,000
Population: 5.8 million

West Virginia — 7,262 per 100,000
Population: 1.8 million

Pennsylvania — 7,209 per 100,000
Population: 12.8 million

Virginia — 6,643 per 100,000
Population: 8.5 million

Michigan — 6,405 per 100,000
Population: 10 million

Maryland — 6,249 per 100,000
Population: 6 million

District of Columbia — 5,646 per 100,000
Population: 705,749

New Hampshire — 5,437 per 100,000
Population: 1.4 million

Washington — 4,452 per 100,000
Population: 7.6 million

Oregon — 3,643 per 100,000
Population: 4.2 million

Maine — 3,254 per 100,000
Population: 1.3 million

Vermont — 2,354 per 100,000
Population: 623,989

Hawaii — 1,919 per 100,000
Population: 1.4 million

https://www.beckershospitalreview.c...anked-by-confirmed-covid-19-cases-july-1.html




 



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So you're saying that more than 5M Minnesotans, out of 5.6M total, have never tested positive, and in all likelihood at least 50% of that have never been exposed and thus are still "food" for the pandemic to feast on, if people behave stupidly (like you seem to want).
 

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As of right now, no state has both a higher percentage of supply used and total doses administered

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So you're saying that more than 5M Minnesotans, out of 5.6M total, have never tested positive, and in all likelihood at least 50% of that have never been exposed and thus are still "food" for the pandemic to feast on, if people behave stupidly (like you seem to want).
We're already flat-lining in new cases after the sharp decline. People are offsetting increased vaccinations with stupidity.
 

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We're already flat-lining in new cases after the sharp decline. People are offsetting increased vaccinations with stupidity.
Buy that all day. Hence the mad dash to get the (single shot) vaccines into every arm we can muster by the end of May. Cuz stupid gonna stupid, much to GWG's delight.

Saw on the national news last couple nights about the "long haul" symptom folks. People who didn't even experience a bad bout of illness initially, now they have all kinds of crazy, chronic illness, and would guess for the rest of their life. There will be many more, sadly, and we'll be dealing with them for decades.
 

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Buy that all day. Hence the mad dash to get the (single shot) vaccines into every arm we can muster by the end of May. Cuz stupid gonna stupid, much to GWG's delight.

Saw on the national news last couple nights about the "long haul" symptom folks. People who didn't even experience a bad bout of illness initially, now they have all kinds of crazy, chronic illness, and would guess for the rest of their life. There will be many more, sadly, and we'll be dealing with them for decades.
Actually some COVID "long haulers" are reporting their symptoms getting better/going away after getting the vaccine. Almost like they never fully cleared the virus until they got the vaccine. So that is hopeful.
 

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Actually some COVID "long haulers" are reporting their symptoms getting better/going away after getting the vaccine. Almost like they never fully cleared the virus until they got the vaccine. So that is hopeful.
That is great to hear! Did not know that. Maybe their symptoms are something like the virus lingering in their bodies at some level in some particular areas (nervous system?) and the immune system on its own is just not good enough to kill it off, but the vaccine can.
 





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Hence, part of the reason Covid death rates are lower in MN than in the surrounding states.
Holy Jesus, you've been eating stupid pancakes again. Mind-numbingly stupid, but par considering the source. Soooo, your argument is there's a direct correlation between COVID death rates and school attendance by the group that for over 12 months has been the least vulnerable to COVID? Are you for real?

Literally speechless. Another stunning contribution from Cliff
 




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