Hmmmmm, what could possibly have caused this? pic.twitter.com/XfLcGmgZ4N— Aaron Sibarium (@aaronsibarium) June 28, 2020
Like when they reversed course overnight and started advocating for mass gatherings around 3-4 weeks ago, which perfectly correlates with the amount of time it would take for virus surge to show up in the data? https://t.co/GiJRJvVz7Y— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) June 28, 2020
60,000+ people crammed together in Houston earlier this month — one of the countless mass gatherings across the country that we’ve been told couldn’t possibly have worsened the pandemic. Today, residents of Houston are being begged to stay home under emergency conditions pic.twitter.com/T5WPUMQh78— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) June 27, 2020
Whether people infected with COVID attended this June 3 protest is not theoretical. There are public confirmations. The only question is the EXTENT to which it contributed to the spread of the virus in Houston https://t.co/03Pgg7nNUY pic.twitter.com/9Ys9cdg8Bm— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) June 27, 2020
More GOP-caused problems in the Deep South pic.twitter.com/V1cCUDUalq— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) June 28, 2020
Clearly the people responsible for this are Republican governors in the South pic.twitter.com/QTMFMn6KOA— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) June 28, 2020
total mystery pic.twitter.com/kf1BRoufqp— Spotted Toad (@toad_spotted) June 28, 2020
This will not lead to spread of coronavirus https://t.co/ORv79FAWun— Cernovich (@Cernovich) June 28, 2020
Gee whiz, does anyone have any theories for what events or activities might’ve contributed to a COVID case spike in the San Francisco Bay Area, beginning around three weeks ago? I’m stumped pic.twitter.com/7Z10SV8ZZd— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) June 27, 2020
Remember, we were told that mass gathering in hyper-close proximity while screaming and chanting in one another’s faces doesn’t transmit the virus as of approximately June 1, 2020, so we’ll have to find some other explanation for this spike pic.twitter.com/hJYusgxUBe— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) June 27, 2020
Scratching my head, can’t figure it out… smh pic.twitter.com/mmiMmD0rlE— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) June 27, 2020
On June 8, a postdoctoral fellow in infectious diseases at Texas Medical Center in Houston organized a mass protest gathering; 1,000+ scientists, doctors, and others participated. Today, the Medical Center is at 100% ICU capacity and 600 employees have tested positive for COVID pic.twitter.com/RyDrDw5VDx— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) June 27, 2020
To what do we attribute this ongoing COVID spike in Seattle, which began the first week in June? Just an eternal mystery, I guess. We’ll never know pic.twitter.com/LEv6ppG3Q0— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) June 27, 2020
We will never know why it happened.
The virus has taken a strange turn with a sudden surge in young people being infected by COVID-19. Lots of people are saying that something happened two to three weeks ago and it is Donald Trump’s fault.