‘In November We Are Literally Voting For Our Lives’ Here’s One Of 90,000 COVID-19 Death Stories

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Does anybody remember a TV show in the late 50’s, “Naked City?” It signed out with the tagline, “There are eight million stories in the Naked City. This has been one of them.” As we live and breathe, 90,000 other Americans are unable to, because Donald Trump couldn’t be bothered to take the advice of experts and do something about coronavirus. Here’s a new political ad from Eleven Films, commissioned by RemedyPAC. The young woman here who tells the sad story of her father’s death is extremely moving. Literally, there are 90,000 stories in the COVID-19 sage. And this is one of them.

Let’s hope we start hearing from other family members of lost Americans, to speak for those who no longer can speak for themselves.

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5 Comments on "‘In November We Are Literally Voting For Our Lives’ Here’s One Of 90,000 COVID-19 Death Stories"

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chris whitley
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chris whitley

You dam straight girl. It’s time to vote that prick out of the White House and into the nearest prison. There’s no need for a trial. He’s guilty as you can get.

Mick owens
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Mick owens

If Americans vote this evil prick back into office, America deserves everything it gets

chris whitley
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chris whitley

If he gets back in they better hand count those ballots or whatever they have to do. He won’t get the popular vote if Hillary got it last time. But that dam electoral college bullshit and the Russians is the only way.

chris whitley
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chris whitley

Might have hit wrong button.

Dave
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Dave

I have seen a lot of political ads, but that one hits you right where you live, I got that cold shiver feeling at the end of that add, it certainly makes you stop and think.