Florida Man Died in a Motorcycle Crash, and His Death Was Listed as a COVID-19 Death
We need to trust the data, fam. Trust the experts. Trust the experts' data. Sure, many experts have gotten their data wrong (see SOME FLORIDA COVID TESTING IS OFF BY ONLY ... 89% and THIS CHART SHOWS WHEN THE SECOND COVID OUTBREAK STARTED. SPOILER: IT'S BECAUSE OF THE PROTESTS AND RIOTS!). It doesn't matter. Whatever data the experts gave you last, trust that data because it's coming from experts being all experty and dataly.
Also, completely disregard this news report where a Florida man was killed in a motorcycle accident and the experts counted the death as a COVID death in the data they made public.
The individual didn't die from COVID-19, [he] died in the crash. But you could actually argue that it could have been the COVID-19 that caused him to crash. I don't know the conclusion of that one.
Sure, blowing one mistake up to be something more than it is is silly. Or, two mistakes up, since this is at least the second time this has happened in a week in Florida alone. Also, all the extra COVID deaths that people just find. Ignore all the problems in how the data is counted and collected. Also — and this is the big one — ignore all the ways the experts, our leaders, and many in the media have abused our trust so that we have good reason to question them when they give us data.
Ignore all that and just say that you're sure this report is purely and accidentaly coincidental. Or, a coincidentally accidental. Either way, don't ask questions.
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