Shhh, Don’t Tell The Democrats But ‘Science’ Just Busted Their Election Coronavirus Narrative
In April there were massive fears that the Wisconsin primary election would be a super spreader event that would ultimately wipe out the country. I’m exaggerating a bit but, if you watched the coverage on the news during the primary the mainstream media would have had you believe that a huge amount of Wisconsinites were going to die.
It has been generally accepted that coronavirus symptoms take around 2 to 14 days to develop after a person has been infected. Worried that the primary could cause an explosion of cases the CDC was keeping an eye on the state.
In a new report, the CDC showed that out of almost 19,000 people that took part in the primary in Milwaukee on April 7th only 14 people tested positive for the virus.
The CDC report focused on Milwaukee however according to state officials there wasn’t a spike in cases anywhere else either.
A spokesperson for the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Elizabeth Goodstitt, said that “71 people who tested COVID-19 positive reported that they voted in person or worked the polls on election day. However, several of those people reported other possible exposures as well.” She did clarify that “it is not accurate to say” that the 71 cases were a result of “in-person voting” because the infections could have come from other sources.
On April 7th a total of 413,000 people voted in the primary. A smaller number of Wisconsinites took part in protest marches after the George Floyd killing however, state officials report “28 confirmed cases reported attending a protest or rally during early June, during the 2 weeks before getting COVID-19.”
Leading up to the Wisconsin primary the media was gaslighting claiming that Milwaukee would experience a super spreader event. One of the reasons was that only five polling center were open, unlike the normal 180 polling places. In some places, voters waited for hours to cast their ballot.
Despite the long lines and confusion “science” has proved that voting does not result in a spike in cases. We’ve also learned – at least in Wisconsin – that you have a better chance of getting the coronavirus during a protest than voting.