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BREAKING: Most recent coronavirus spikes in states more likely to be Republican led

Reuters takes a look at the data.

New coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in record numbers swept through more U.S. states, including Florida and Texas, as most push ahead with reopening …

Alabama, Florida and South Carolina reported a record number of new cases for the third day in a row on Saturday, which many state health officials partly attribute to gatherings over the Memorial Day holiday weekend in late May. 

Oklahoma reported record new cases for the second day in a row, and Alaska did so for the first time in weeks. Arizona and Nevada reported a near-record number of new cases. 

In Louisiana, which had been one of the earlier virus hotspots, new cases were again on the rise with over 1,200 – the most there since May 21.

The glass was wet. Very wet.

Ohio, July 2014

The glass was wet. Very wet. That’s why I needed to use my other hand to drink. If I’d have dropped it, the FAKE NEWS MEDIA would have laughed at me!

In fact, the Constipation from the wet glass made the ramp slippery. VERY slippery. Some people told me they think the DEEP STATE was behind all of this!

My speech. They loved my speech. So many people told me they loved the speech! Best Speech at West Point ever. Much better than Obama.


South Carolina governor: I’m not closing any business again no matter how many coronavirus cases we get

As the State reports, the governor of South Carolina says that while he knows coronavirus cases are exploding in his state, there’s one thing he won’t to in an effort to control it.

While S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster has made it clear he thinks slowing COVID-19’s spread comes down to “individual responsibility” and he has no intention of shuttering businesses again, some lawmakers say he should leave “all options on the table.”

Dig deeper into the story and you read:

Tuesday, hospitals across the state reported the highest number of COVID-19 patients in their care since the virus was first found in the state in March.