Cancer and heart disease.
Those were the two leading causes of death in Montana from 2014 to 2017.
That’s the last year the CDC gives us death info for Montana - 2017. Let’s use that data, divide it down to the month, and list the leading causes of death for Montanans.
Montana deaths each month:
- 180 from Heart Disease
- 178 from Cancer
- 62 via Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease
- 48 from Accidents
- 40 from Stroke
- 25 via Suicide
- 24 through Diabetes
- 23 from Alzheimer’s
- 16 due to Chronic Liver Disease/Cirrhosis
- 15 from Flu/Pneumonia
That’s 611 deaths each month from those ten leading causes.
So far this year we’ve had 20 deaths from Coronavirus.
20 deaths spread over three months, or about 7 a month.
Doesn’t even make the Top 10. And of course we know why - Steve Bullock.
Savior Steve rode in on his white horse and saved us from death. That’s the Dem narrative right now.
Because if Steve didn’t ride in, we might be like neighboring states/provinces:
- 152 deaths in Alberta
- 89 in Idaho
- 81 in South Dakota
- 76 in North Dakota
- 20 in Wyoming
- 13 in Saskatchewan
431 total deaths in neighboring areas. 266 if you take out Canada.
Here in Montana, we’ve already lost over 2,000 people to both cancer and heart disease this year. More have died from respiratory issues in Montana alone this year than have died from the virus in Montana and the states surrounding us.
Doesn’t make sense, does it...this fear we have?
Well, fear doesn’t follow the dictates of logic or reason. Those are the first things thrown out the window when the contagion of fear takes hold.
We replace them with politics.
Already you’re hearing the corporate media lambast the people attending Trump’s rally today in Oklahoma. Here’s NBC’s take, and they did a pretty good job. I encourage you to read it.
We never heard the corporate media lambast the protesters and the rioters.
It’s because of politics.
"We didn’t hear anything about the coronavirus for two weeks while the looting and protesting was going on and none of them were wearing masks," said Trish, who traveled into town from Springfield, Illinois. "And now that Trump is holding a rally it's all we hear. The hypocrisy is unbelievable."
Yes, hypocrisy. I suspect the left will try to banish that word pretty soon with their cancel culture.
Trish didn’t give her last name to the NBC reporter. She’s smart - why have her home vandalized by the woke mob?
It’s kind of like the polls. Republicans aren’t going to be truthful in who they support. They’ve learned the hard way. God forbid you admit to a friend or colleague that you voted for Trump. Why face that ostracization?
We’re now in the ‘second wave’ and I’m sure we’ll have a third and fourth...however many it takes to keep the economy down.
For if it rebounded just enough, Trump might win.
Flatten the curve...every life matters...just wear your mask…
What do you think the next slogan will be?
We’ve got 136 days until the election...136 days left of this political virus.
On Wednesday, November 4, it’ll all be over.
All but the deep divides of hate and anger.