Could Coronavirus Throw the Next Election to the Democrats?

Republicans are dying at an alarming number

Vaccine hesitancy might kill the Republicans and Trump’s chance at winning the next election.
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I only live about 3 miles from the Life Care Center in Kirkland, WA where the COVID-19 outbreak first hit. I know people that worked there, and it was devastating. Thankfully this happened where it did because it was right down the street from a first-class hospital and in a very liberal…

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