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    Ohio man dies from COVID-19 after criticizing governors coronavirus lockdown as mad

    A 60 year old man Ohio, who criticized Gov. DeWine's lockdown as being "madness" and "bull$#@!" has died in a Columbus, Ohio hospital of Covid-19. John McDaniel died a month after posting on facebook criticizing the stay-at-home directive. The facebook posts have since been pulled down by family members.


    An Ohio man has tragically died from COVID-19 after criticizing his states coronavirus lockdown.


    John W. McDaniel, 60, died Wednesday in Columbus, exactly one month after reportedly calling Gov. Mike DeWines stay-at-home order madness.

    If what Im hearing is true, that DeWine has ordered all bars and restaurants to be closed, I say bull****! He doesnt have the authority," McDaniel reportedly wrote in a since-deleted social media post circulated widely on social media.


    "If you are paranoid and getting sick just dont go out. It shouldnt keep those of us from living our lives. The madness has to stop, he allegedly wrote March 15.


    https://www.nydailynews.com/news/nat...lii-story.html
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    America has almost a third of recorded coronavirus cases and a quarter of reported deaths, yet the right wing of the political divide encourages people to return to work because, they claim, it's hype.
    and the economy needs boosting.

    Returning to work? As if all the employment that was available in December 2019 will even exist in May 2020?

    One only has to take the tourism industry as an example. People looking at their own circumstances and considering a break from it all by booking a flight to the USA for a vacation? Yeh! Right!

    If anyone wants to go somewhere, the US is hardly the place to choose when a third of the country prefers their right to freedom by passing on a virus they don't even know they are transmitting and prefer the Trump version of the situation, ignoring that he preaches to all his followers one day and then reversing it the next, just to ensure he doesn't damage his popularity.

    The worst is yet to come. And I mean the US economy. Which country hasn't noticed the one they could rely on for everything but can now rely on for nothing. If nothing else, it must have dawned on most that manufacturing products that are required at short notice cannot be obtained elsewhere. The new norm will be the non renewal of orders that were a foregone conclusion and as the US was probably the main supplier, they will suffer the worst when the orders dry up.

    Who will take the blame?

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