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Republican Vets Against Trump
Argument from false authority. The premise of your argument is that if some vets somewhere on Earth agree with you, you must be right. It ignores that we have no idea if the vets know anything about politics. It also ignores that most Republican vets support Trump.
In reality, it turns out that most vets support Trump, regardless of party affiliation, and the majority of vets disapproved of Obama.
Utterly pathetic. Orwell knew nothing about German politics, had never been to Germany and had absolutely no direct experience of the Nazi political system. He was a British writer.
So are you. He lived then and was in the military, and wrote about Germany at the time. You live now and live in a basement. If he knew nothing, then neither do you genius. He also spent time in Germany. STFU you brainless piece of dog shit.
The fact that the world-renowned English author George Orwell spent three months in France, Germany and Austria in 1945 as a war correspondent is publicly known. What is not widely known are the details of where Orwell stayed and exactly what he did during his time in Germany.
CEO of Iceland genetics company says children with COVID-19 less likely to spread virus to adults
“Children under 10 are less likely to get infected than adults and if they get infected, they are less likely to get seriously ill,” Stefansson said in an interview with Highfield later posted to the Science Museum Group's website. “What is interesting is that even if children do get infected, they are less likely to transmit the disease to adults. We have not found a single instance of a child infecting parents.”
No evidence of secondary transmission of COVID-19 from children attending school in Ireland, 2020
Among 1,001 child contacts of these six cases there were no confirmed cases of COVID-19. In the school setting, among 924 child contacts and 101 adult contacts identified, there were no confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Is that an intentional misquote?
A political scientist found that fewer than 1 in 3 of 346 such allegations was genuine.
It's literally a copy and paste from the piece. I even recopied and repasted it. Still the exact same.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!