Friday, January 28, 2022

Marjorie Taylor Greene compared Covid-19 to Cancer and was mocked on after her tweet, ‘Not a single school has closed because of cancer’

Marjorie Taylor Greene who is well known as an American politician, businesswoman and also Known by her initials M T G has been mocked on Twitter because  she criticized COVID-19 restrictions and said that because of cancer “not a single school has shut down”.

On Saturday Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene tweet in comparison of  Covid-19 and cancer. She tweeted about it in which many people responded.

Taylor-Greene’s tweet was, “Every single year more than 600,000 people in the US die from cancer.” OK, that’s roughly true. According to the National Cancer Institute (NCI), “in 2021, an estimated 608,570 people will die of cancer in the United States.” So far so good then. No mention of space lasers, medical brown shirts or a June 31, 2021, deadline.”

“The country has never once shut down.” Ok, that’s kind of true as well. But isn’t that like saying, “The country has never once covered everyone completely in spaghetti sauce?” It’s a true statement but doesn’t seem to follow from the first statement about cancer deaths”

She conjointly aforesaid, “Since #COVID19 tracking has started, 780,000+ people have died in 22 mo in the US, but more than 1 million still died of cancer”.

After her tweet, she was ridiculed a lot on Twitter.

She got such a big amount of responses on her stupidity that emphasized that cancer isn’t contagious. This can be not spread by person to person. That’s in giant half correct. You’re not going to get cancer by staying within the same space for an hour with an individual who has cancer.

Many Celebrities and famed folks responded to her tweet.

In reply,

Actor and Comedian Ken Jeong responded to her tweet,” Cancer isn’t contagious, dummy”.

Star Trek actor George Takei jokingly wrote: “Tell me you’re really stupid without saying you’re really stupid.”

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