Earlier this year thousands of Chinese immigrants from the city of Wuhan traveled to North Italy for work.
After the new residents got settled some of the local lawmakers noticed the Chinese immigrants weren’t being totally accepted by native Italians.
That’s when the mayor of Florence decided we should have “Hug a Chinese” Day.
And they did. Lots of politically correct Italians complied.
The results was devastating. Many got infected by COVID-19, spread it to others, and a month later the hospitals in Northern Italy got overrun, and the death rate from the virus is now over 10%, the highest of any nation with the possible exception of China, which doesn’t produce any recent statistics from the Hubei province from where the outbreak started.
Not to be outdone, after President Trump issued the ban of foreigners who have recently been in China from entering this country on January 31 many New Yorkers took issue with this ban and wanted to support the Chinese New Year’s parade. On February 2 N,Y State Senator John Liu more or less ordered all who cared for N.Y. to attend the Chinese New Year’s parade om February 9. If you didn’t, but could you proved you were a bigot. Other chimed in with the same sense of urgency to show support for the Chinese community. And a great parade it was:
The New York City mayor tweeted this message on March 2
As late as March 11 he still urged all New Yorkers to go on with their lives as usual.
Now New York City is the nation’s hot spot with nearly one quarter of all Coronavirus cases. New York State has nearly half of all cases, the City hospitals are getting overrun just like in Italy. Political correctness kills.
Oh, and one more hot spot is developing. New Orleans did not cancel the Mardi Gras parade this year.
People came in from all over the country, did their thing, after all it was Mardi Gras, and went back to where they came from, infected or not.