JP Morgan: Infection Rates Have NOT Increased in States Where Lockdowns Have Ended

JP Morgan says that the red states that have already re-opened their economy have NOT seen a rise in coronavirus deaths despite what braying liberals continue to predict.

A great Twitter thread by CNBC reporter Carl Quintanilla reveals the points JP Morgan made in a recent report on the coronavirus.

“JPMorgan has a devastating piece arguing that infection rates have declined — not increased — in states where lockdowns have ended, ‘even after allowing for an appropriate measurement lag,;” Quintanilla tweeted on Wednesday.

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Quintanilla then added charts showing the statistics the financial giant revealed.

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This thread is devastating to the liberal’s argument:

Once again, we find that liberals simply lie about everything in service to their anti-capitalist agenda.

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