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A Monmouth Poll released last week shows almost 70 percent of Americans fear a second wave of COVID-19 will hit before the end of the year.
As for opening the economy and “setting people free,” 60 percent worry the lockdown is ending too quickly, and only about half that amount would want restrictions lifted more quickly.
As for pledging allegiance to their leaders, 56 percent of Americans polled are satisfied with their state governments’ measures to deal with the virus while 23 percent want yet stronger state government’s measures to fight it.
Only 20 percent stated the restrictive orders were too excessive.
TRENDPOST: Adding the 56 percent satisfied with their state lockdowns to the 23 percent who felt measures should have been more restrictive, this means that some 80 percent of citizens living in the “Land of the Free” and the “Home of the Brave” are just fine with their political leaders wiping out millions of small businesses, putting tens of millions out of work, and sucking the joy and beauty out their lives.
PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Further proving that facts don’t matter, lies are told, and data is manipulated, The Lancet, one of the world’s leading medical journals, retracted a study it published that claimed the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine was unsafe as a treatment for the coronavirus.
The authors of the study confessed they could not stand behind the sources from which they took the data and stated in their retraction last Thursday, “We deeply apologize to you, the editors and the journal readership for any embarrassment or inconvenience that this may have caused.”  
It was revealed that among the employees of the firm Surgisphere, which was the source of the data, were a science fiction writer and an adult entertainer.
PUBLISHER’S NOTE: For his health safety, we hope the adult entertainer always wears a mask and maintains proper social distancing.

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