Coronavirus

Brett Wilkins, staff writer
 Immigrants staged rally and march for immigrants rights and commemorate death from Covid-19 pandemic on Times Square. Protesters demand equal right for undocumented immigrant workers and commemorate death of undocumented immigrants from Covid-19 disease and requested financial relief the same way as citizen received from government. (Photo: Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images)
"Today, our work today has been recognized," said one undocumented worker and organizer. "Our dignity has been recognized, and our dignity has been lifted by passing this fund."
Jake Johnson, staff writer
Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean speaks during an event on November 9, 2017 in Danville, Pennsylvania.
Dean currently works in the lobbying division at Dentons, a law firm that has...
Jake Johnson, staff writer
Members of National Nurses United, the largest nurses union in the United States, protest in front of the White House April 21, 2020 in Washington, D.C.
More than 3,600 health workers died of Covid-19 during the first year of the...

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As U.S COVID deaths passed 200,000 - a death a minute, the most in the world - the sociopath who owns them topped himself in depravity by declaring coronavirus "affects virtually nobody" but some "elderly people," who were not available for comment. Yet the travesty goes on: A group put up 20,000 flags in D.C. to mark the grim milestone while Press Barbie Moving-the-Ghastly-Goal-Posts bragged that, given it could have been two million and some Americans are still alive, good job all around!