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The CDC has just released a report that COVID-19’s overall death rate could be as low as 0.26%, as opposed to the 3.4% death rate presented by the World Health Organization.

American’s rejected the media’s debunked apocalyptic messaging by observing Memorial Day with large gatherings of friends and family.

Hundreds of people attended Poopy’s Pub, a biker bar party in Illinois, to experience live music and human connection, in defiance of Democrat Governor Pritzker’s stay-home order.

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Poopy’s owner Kevin Promenschenkel stated that if he didn’t reopen, there would have been a chance that his business could have gone bankrupt.

“I’m not trying to be some type of an outlaw or anything. I just – I gotta make a living,” said Promenschenkel.

Meanwhile, in Elon, North Carolina, thousands of racing fans filled the stands at Ace Speedway, defying the 25 person limit set by Democrat Governor Roy Cooper.

Alamance County, North Carolina Sheriff Terry Johnson did not interfere with the event and called Governor Cooper’s order “unconstitutional.”

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Local governments are opening public areas with some limitations that include wearing masks, blocking off high traffic benches and tables, and keeping a 6-foot distance from others.

In support of President Trump’s coronavirus response efforts, thousands of patriots held a “Make America Great Again” Memorial Day boat parade in South Carolina over Memorial Day weekend.


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