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Old 04-11-2021, 03:43 PM
Location: Arizona
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The Democrats plans usually always fail and COVID-19 is no exception. So many Democratic states taken over for the 4th or 5th wave of COVID-19.

States like North Dakota, Montana and Nebraska had a massive 2 month surge in the fall that was very bad because they kept their small businesses open and people socialized all throughout the pandemic.

Democratic states have had aggressive lockdowns and are on their 5th wave with no end in sight and hospitals have been overwhelmed with comprimized care since March of last year in many Democratic states.

A majority of Democratic states are on their 4th and 5th wave of COVID-19 with new "variants" possibly flown in daily to the many households who live in third-world conditions and packed like sardines.

The third-world widespread living conditions in the Minneapolis and St. Paul metropolitan area seem to be driving this.

Minneapolis and St. Paul are packed with many, many neighborhoods where people are packed like sardines with huge multi-generational families. Cedar-Riverside, Frogtown and dozens of other neighborhoods in the Democratic cities are basically pathogen central and roll out the red carpet for a massive variety of viruses.

Unlike those in places like Valley City, Grand Forks, Bismarck, Bozeman or Missoula where people live 1 or 2 to a very large, beautiful home on a huge lot

From my research, Minnesota's vaccination strategy has fallen apart because the failed liberal Democratic leadership. Just like Michigan, they vaccinated way too few and way too late.

Minnesota 31 per 100,000. Nebraska 10 per 100,000. North Dakota 6 per 100,000. Montana 4 per 100,000 cases reported Sunday on COVID-19.

Interesting, how there is a tremendous tidal wave of COVID-19 in heavily Democratic states and especially their inner-cities.

Seems like so many Democratic states have had an absolute tsunami this Spring of COVID-19.

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Old 03-07-2022, 08:48 AM
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Rubbish. It's because the states you cite have far less population density, hence less chance of catching it.
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Old 04-19-2022, 04:48 PM
Location: St. Louis Park, MN
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Suuure its got to do with politics and not the fact that ND and MT are empty...
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Old 04-19-2022, 07:01 PM
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Minnesota has a huge metropolitan area within its borders. Minneapolis-St. Paul area. North Dakota and Montana are thinly population states without large metros.
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