Michael Ramirez for January 27, 2023

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    ada9079  over 1 year ago

    You cannot make this up. I read where a woman was attacked and ate by an alligator in Florida and the medical examiner reported the main cause of death was covid related. Not the fact that the alligator ate her. Seen where hospitals wrote car wrecks and heart attack deaths were caused by again covid. Had something to do with rewarding covid cases with federal funds.

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    baroden Premium Member over 1 year ago

    You can start with DeSatan and his misappropriation of COVID funding to further his own gains. Would love to see that man impeached, tried and thrown in jail for all the fraud he and his administration have perpetrated in Florida. Let’s get rid of the dictator wannabe ASAP.

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    aristoclesplato9  over 1 year ago

    The whole COVID scam was laid wide open with the recent tape of the Pfizer exec. Expect the media and pols to look the other way.

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    Lyman Elliott Premium Member over 1 year ago

    I see the twits are dragging the old "hospitals received more Federal money if a death was coded ‘Covid’ " crap out of mothballs. They must be running completely out of ideas. On the plus side, they do seem to be recycling now.

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    Zebrastripes  over 1 year ago

    O. M. G. ‼️

    That pic sure is complicated!

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    wuhts  over 1 year ago

    Must say, the reasoning behind the ’toon is wrong but as an RN I appreciate the close to realistic art work. Been there, seen that.

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    codak  over 1 year ago

    I’m sure hospitals and clinics gouge insurance companies, and government programs like medicare and medicaid. …not beyond the realm of belief to think they gouged the government on covid.

    the whole covid relief wasn’t well thought out…maybe it should have all gone to individuals…not businesses.

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    Mainesailah Premium Member over 1 year ago

    Gee, Ramirez, my best friend was in a situation much like this you have depicted here, when he died of Covid in October. Thanks for depicting it for us, just for the sake of your expressing political opinion./S

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    Diane Lee Premium Member over 1 year ago

    My son worked as an RN during the early weeks of Covid, putting in 60 hours weeks because of the increased patients. He contracted the disease which only lasted for a couple of weeks. However, it damaged his internal organs enough that he was unable to sit up for another 10 weeks or so and spent six months in the hospital. He came home, on home health nursing care, and extensive physical therapy, and we were glad to see him getting stronger. He had high hopes for returning to work when his body had finished recovering. He had a minor heart attack, which may or may not have been covid related, but, in his weakened condition, it killed him. The statistics will say he didn’t die of covid. There is no way of accounting for the deaths that were caused by the long term effects of covid, but I’m pretty sure there were more than people eaten by alligators.

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    DAVID ROBERTSON  over 1 year ago

    ’…attacked and eaten"

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    ChristopherBurns  over 1 year ago

    So what is always left out here is context. The US spent $5 trillion on aid. 60 billion out of 5 trillion is 1.2%. $60 billion is a lot of money, but a drop in the bucket compared to the total amount.

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    Haukki  over 1 year ago

    Actually, there is considerable evidence that COVID deaths are UNDER-reported, but don’t let any facts get in your way. https://news.yahoo.com/covid-19-deaths-us-continue-135106969.html?fr=sycsrp_catchall

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    Kurtass Premium Member over 1 year ago

    Is the faud from the hospitals or people that used the money for nefarious reasons?

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    Drgnslr Premium Member over 1 year ago

    Hope that dude has a tv in his room.

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    Radish the wordsmith  over 1 year ago

    Republican covid polices killed their red wave. You can’t reason with people who would rather die than listen to science.

    Almost twice as many Republicans than Democrats died of Covid, study says

    https://news.yahoo.com/almost-twice-many-republicans-democrats-175245935.html

    Republigoons are still fighting against masks and shots.

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    Rich Douglas  over 1 year ago

    Gosh, you mean some companies defrauded the government? Wow, that’s never happened before!

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    MC4802 Premium Member over 1 year ago

    Too bad the DOJ and FBI are too busy with the Jan 6th Insurrection. We should put a bounty and 10% of fraud recovered reward out there and let capitalism find and bring them in….

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    edstiles  over 1 year ago

    The Federal government can’t possibly track every dollar that goes out the door, and everyone knows it, especially thieves.

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    zerorest  over 1 year ago

    WQW is that real?

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    ra.peinertjr.md  over 1 year ago

    Finally, someone is beginning to figure it all out. Covid exists BUT it was funded to benefit the Pharma- Hospital octopus that does not give a tinkers’ darn about our health care!!!

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