Speaking of immoral, your post is immoral. There are 1 million dead Americans who are no longer with us and are unable to comment on how stupid your post is; that’s 1 out of every 330 Americans - that’s not low risk, ask an insurance actuary. There were 14 million other people who died worldwide. This doesn’t take into account the number of hospitalization from Covid. The people who needed organ transplant, had strokes, or needed to learn how to walk again after being hospitalized for months.
Your post is so callous, how are people who read it supposed to feel that lost friends, family and loved ones to this virus?
If you look at the breakdown of who mostly died among those 1 million dead Americans, it is the same demographic as people who tend to die from the flu. The draconian measures put into place were unacceptable and now, in hindsight, unscientific. I'm sorry for those who lost people during the pandemic. I too lost people. But the facts don't care about
our feelings. And the fact is, distance is the only real protection during cold/flu season. Flimsy masks aren't going to stop viruses. I speak from personal experience on that one. And now we know from the Pfizer data that the vaccine offers extremely limited protection (12%) and only during the first few weeks:
Unfortunately, the idiotic conclusion they draw is that people need more boosters. There is no talk about
how the vaccine is virtually ineffective, similar to the flu shot.
14 million worldwide is not that significant, statistically. We lose that or more on an annual basis due to the flu and many other diseases. I won't be guilt tripped into an emotional argument. What the government did to all of society during this pandemic was immoral. History will look upon it unkindly.
On another note, I welcome disagreement, but please argue points and not my character. In the future, please respond to me without making personal attacks. I am asking nicely. Thank you.