Not all opinions are created equal. Opinions that are informed by facts, data, logic, and science are better than opinions that are not. And opinions that are based on fantasy, misinformation, wishful thinking, and ignorance are the least of all.
New cases may have stabilized, at least temporarily. But new hospitalizations and new deaths continue to rise, just as we're about to reopen the industrial-sized petri dishes known as schools across Colorado.
In-person vote fraud happens, but rarely. So does mail-in vote fraud, but also rarely. The question isn't whether mail-in voting has fraud, but whether the fraud is any worse than in-person voting. And the answer is a resounding "no."
If you see people claiming COVID is less dangerous than human trafficking like in the image above, you're looking at a QAnon conspiracy meme.
Maybe it's just me, but the last time I read the US Constitution it didn't mention capitalism. So why, when democracy and capitalism come into conflict, do so many people choose capitalism over democracy?
In the immortal words of Homer Simpson (paraphrased): "Mmmmm, cheeeeese."
It sure seems like failing to wear a mask, hosting keg parties, and even sending a student to school who has COVID symptoms could qualify as criminal negligence during a pandemic.