Why Our Empathy Well Ran Dry

Deadly distractions

In case you need some clarity in why the Scissorheads Empathy Well has run dry:

And here’s the take-away, just last month, we were averaging 11K cases a day. It is now 107K cases a day. This is what the Anti-Vaxxers have done:

It took the U.S. about nine months to cross the 100,000 average case number in November before peaking at about 250,000 in early January. Cases bottomed out in June, averaging about 11,000 per day, but six weeks later the number is 107,143.

They are killing themselves and others with their nonsense.

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3 Responses to Why Our Empathy Well Ran Dry

  1. Bruce388 says:

    The red-state rapture came a bit earlier than expected.

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  2. laura says:

    And now Covid comes for children and they couldn’t care less despite the god bothering and pro lifing. Coincidentally, there appears to be overlap with the same segment of society that refused to do anything after Sandyhook and all the gun deaths at schools that occurred before and after Sandyhook.

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  3. CalicoJack says:

    Howdy y’all!
    There should be outrage that we are now deliberately killing people with misinformation, but the real question is, who benefits from prolonging the pandemic? One of the benefits is radicalizing the base and gearing them up to commit real violence a la Marjorie Maddog Greene in ‘Bama the other day urging people to shoot strangers who come to their doors — as if that is a thing people in the South do/! Another is bankrupting small landlords so corporations can buy the housing stock and we can be renters forever. Prolonging the pandemic assures we are deeply divided and living in chaos making it easier to transfer wealth and ownership to the 1%.


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