While the “Fake Liberal Media” outlets have been incessantly broadcasting that America will have at least 200,000 more deaths this year than in 2019, they have studiously avoided providing any “excess-deaths” totals by state.
Not surprisingly, after calculating the tolls for the states with the largest number of deaths during the first 10 months of 2020, and adding each state’s fatalities from November and December 2019, I determined that these six states with Democratic governors will account for 98,000, or 49% of this year’s additional 200,000 deaths:
The six Democratic governors are: Andrew Cuomo, Gavin Newsom, Phil Murphy, J.B. Pritzker, Tom Wolf and Gretchen Whitmer,
By contrast, these six states with Republican governors will be responsible for 70,000, or 35% of the additional 200,000 deaths in 2020:
The six Republican governors are: Ron DeSantis, Greg Abbott, Doug Ducey, Brian Kemp, Charles Baker and Mike DeWine.
Undoubtedly, the most abominable performance by a governor in battling this year’s SARS-CoV-2 epidemic has been delivered by New York’s Andrew Cuomo, with 37,000 additional deaths this year, or 19% of America’s grim totals.
The combined additional deaths of Florida’s Ron DeSantis and Texas’ Greg Abbott will be 46,000, or 23% of our nation’s total.
Last year, New York’s population was 19.45 million. The combined populations of Texas, at 29 million, and Florida, at 21.48 million, was 50.48 million, or more than 2.5 times that of Andrew Cuomo’s dystopian New York.
Since the coronavirus epidemic exploded in late March, Democratic governors and mayors, including Bill de Blasio of New York, Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles, Lori Lightfoot of Chicago and Latoya Cantrell of New Orleans, have been frantically attempting to shift blame for their deadly failures to President Donald Trump, who has performed admirably during this public-health crisis.
Nevertheless, state and local Democrats’ unwillingness to assume moral responsibility for their catastrophic errors will not fool the majority of Americans on Election Day.
On Tuesday, President Trump will win the 112 electoral votes from five of these states with Republican governors: Texas, Florida, Arizona, Georgia and Ohio.
The president will also capture the 36 electoral votes from Pennsylvania and Michigan, whose Democratic governors, Tom Wolf and Gretchen Whitmer, have performed atrociously during the Chinese SARS-CoV-2 plague, and subsequent societal re-opening.
In total, President Trump will improve upon his 304 electoral votes in 2016, receiving at least 320 on Nov. 3.
Mark Schulte is a retired New City schoolteacher and mathematician who has written extensively about science and the history of science. Read Mark Schulte's Report's — More Here.
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