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  • sure.

  • Thank you.

  • Mm hmm.

  • 500,071 dead.

  • That's more Americans who have died in one year in this pandemic than a world war one World War Two in the Vietnam War combined, the people we lost were extraordinary.

  • They spanned generations born in America, immigrated to America.

  • But just like that, so many of them took their final breath alone in America.

  • Yeah.

  • As a nation, we can't accept such a cruel fate.

  • While we're fighting this pandemic for so long, we have to resist becoming numb to the sorrow.

  • We have to resist viewing each life as a Stasi as a statistic or a blur.

  • Or on the news.

  • It's not Democrats.

  • Republicans were dying from the virus.

  • It's our fellow Americans.

  • It's our neighbors, our friends, our mothers, our fathers, our sons, our daughters, husbands, wives.

  • We have to fight this together as one people.

  • As the United States America, this nation will smile again.

  • This nation will know sunny days again.

  • This nation will no joy again.

  • And as we do well, remember each person we've lost, Elijah.

  • They lived the loved ones they left behind.

  • We will get through this, I promise you.


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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/02/23
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