Coronavirus will only “disappear”
Predictor Donald Trump …Many many times
March 6: “It will disappear.”
March 10: “Keep calm. It will disappear.”
March 12: “It will disappear.”
March 30: “It will disappear. You know—you know it will disappear, it will disappear, and we will have a great victory.”
March 31: “It will disappear, hopefully at the end of the month. And, if not, hopefully soon.”
April 3: “It’s going to disappear… It’s going to go-I didn’t say dating. … I said “It’s going to disappear” Yes go away. “
April 7: “It did disappear-it will disappear.”
May 15: “It will disappear-at some point, it will disappear.”
June 15: “At some point, these things disappeared. And it’s disappearing.”
July 19: “I will be right in the end. I said, you know, it will disappear. I’ll say it again.”
August 5: “This thing will disappear. It will disappear like things disappear.”
August 31: “It will disappear.”
September 15: ” Yes go away. Due to the use of the vaccine, it may now disappear soon. “
October 10: “It will disappear; it Yes Disappeared. “
October 24: “The weather is about to disappear; turn.”
By the end of December, although the vaccine had begun to be distributed, despite the strong desire of the “group immunization” of people, there was no sign that the coronavirus was disappearing. Nationwide, the virus is in the middle of the third wave, dwarfing the virus earlier this year. On July 17, the summer peak of the coronavirus hit the United States with 76,334 new cases every day.Today, this number will be lowest The daily totals we have seen in more than two months. Since November 4th, we have marked more than 100,000 new cases every day. The death toll of Covid has reached a record high. The 10 deadliest days since the beginning of the pandemic occurred in December this year and the number of cases may Will increase in the next few weeks due to holiday travel.
We will know who won the presidency before 10 o’clock on election night
Predictor James Cavill, November 2
Before Election Day approached, there was an idea that polls showing racial austerity between Trump and Biden actually underestimated Biden’s support. Among those who championed this idea was James Carville, the famous Democratic strategist who led Bill Clinton’s 1992 campaign. Cavill told MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell on November 2nd: “By 10 o’clock tomorrow night, we will know the winner of this election.” What people are doing is just unnecessarily scaring. people people and make them feel nervous.
The results of the election night count are still inconclusive, and there are thousands of uncounted mailed ballots waiting to be counted. It was not until 11:25 on Saturday morning four days later that the Associated Press announced Joe Biden as the winner, and other major media followed suit.