Bob Enyart R.I.P.

Nimrod

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I saw Bob Enyart in the headline news of Microsoft Edge.

Covid-19 does not exist. So what did Bob die of?
 

User Name

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User Name

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You mean it attracts the wrong kind of attention when you do it on the radio or at rallies?
More like anti-mask, anti-vax, anti-social distancing people attract the wrong kind of viruses. Is it really any surprise to you that this virus is gravitating toward those who make themselves most available to it?
 

Arthur Brain

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Maybe the flu. Covid exists, it's just the hype that it's the second coming of the bubonic plague that's not to be believed.
Nobody has ever maintained that it's the emergence of something akin to bubonic plague but it certainly is a virus that has killed hundreds of thousands of people. Even Trump, albeit in what he thought was a private phone call, acknowledged just how serious it was and was going to get while simultaneously 'reassuring' people that it wasn't that much to worry about in public briefings. A declaration of a national emergency later...
 

marke

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Nobody has ever maintained that it's the emergence of something akin to bubonic plague but it certainly is a virus that has killed hundreds of thousands of people. Even Trump, albeit in what he thought was a private phone call, acknowledged just how serious it was and was going to get while simultaneously 'reassuring' people that it wasn't that much to worry about in public briefings. A declaration of a national emergency later...
How about Pelosi on camera parading around San Francisco during the early days of the pandemic telling viewers to stop being afraid of the covid virus and come out and shop?
 

marke

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More like anti-mask, anti-vax, anti-social distancing people attract the wrong kind of viruses. Is it really any surprise to you that this virus is gravitating toward those who make themselves most available to it?
Covid is still killing people, both the vaccinated and the unvaccinated.
 

marke

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Perhaps being anti-mask, anti-vax, and anti-social distancing wasn't such a good idea after all.
Masking, social-distancing, and refusing the vaccine is no more a guarantee that people will get covid than getting the vaccine is a guarantee that people will not get covid or will not get sick or die from the vaccine.
 
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