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Sturgis Rally virus numbers, are they real?

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So it seems the side that loves to say follow the science accepts a model based on Google analytics for the claims of hundreds of virus cases spreading from the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in S.D. The data was compiled by the Insitute of Labor Economics and not by a group of doctors or medical scientists. So what ever numbers they plugged into the formula are speculative and not based on fact. Typical of Democrats, make it up as you go. No wonder Trump refers to FAKE NEWS so often.
 
So it seems the side that loves to say follow the science accepts a model based on Google analytics for the claims of hundreds of virus cases spreading from the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in S.D. The data was compiled by the Insitute of Labor Economics and not by a group of doctors or medical scientists. So what ever numbers they plugged into the formula are speculative and not based on fact. Typical of Democrats, make it up as you go. No wonder Trump refers to FAKE NEWS so often.

If you want us to take you seriously, then how about showing your work for a change. All you've got so far is pseudointellectual babble.
 
So it seems the side that loves to say follow the science accepts a model based on Google analytics for the claims of hundreds of virus cases spreading from the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in S.D. The data was compiled by the Insitute of Labor Economics and not by a group of doctors or medical scientists. So what ever numbers they plugged into the formula are speculative and not based on fact. Typical of Democrats, make it up as you go. No wonder Trump refers to FAKE NEWS so often.

The claim that (well?) over half of those attending the 2020 Sturgis M/C rally became COVID-19 positive as a result (of that attendance) is very hard to believe, but you have offered nothng factual to disprove that claim.
 
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