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It’s a troubling time in our nation as Americans grapple with the loss of a third of the U.S. population to COVID-19 and another third to gun violence.

According to the latest data from the CDC, 0.000356% of U.S. residents have succumbed to the disease, or 120 million if calculating by Joe Biden common core math.

Biden, who may or may not be suffering from dementia (but is clearly suffering from dementia), somberly noted the Coronavirus death toll during a campaign stop in Pennsylvania.

“People don’t have a job, people don’t know where to go, they don’t know what to do,” the former Vice President said after wandering away from his handlers in Lancaster Thursday. “Now we have over 120 million dead from COVID.”

President Donald Trump echoed Biden’s comments, noting that if he ever said something so mortifyingly stupid, “the Fake News Media would come down on me with a vengeance.”

Biden’s comments come on the heels of his previous claim that “150 million Americans died from guns”

Doing The Math:

  • Prior to COVID-19, the U.S. population totaled 328 million.
  • We’ve lost 150 million Americans to gun violence.
  • We’ve lost 120 million to Coronavirus.
  • Only 58 Million Americans now remain in the United States.

On the downside, we’ve got one hell of a tax burden to shoulder by ourselves.

On the upside, the problem of freeway overcrowding has been completely eliminated and we all get to have a ton of indiscriminate sex with strangers under the guise of “saving the country!” Just be sure to wear a mask while doing your civic duty.

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