Senator Ron Johnson Infected by Wuhan Says U. S. Should’ve Followed Sweden’s Model Protect the Vulnerable


President Trump’s first inclination when the wuhan virus struck was to not shutdown the economy, rather to protect the vulnerable (the aged and/or chronically ill) and let that highly contagious virus run its course to quickly gain herd immunity, but as the number of hospitalizations began to push the limit, he agreed to the shutdown, when soon the curve of new hospitalizations began to flatten in May, when the economy would have re-opened to more quickly achieve herd immunity had the scare-hoaxers not obfuscated the truth that about 20x the number of people tested positive had been infected.