Experts confused why cities that haven’t had a Trump rally are seeing spikes in COVID cases

It has been established that people who attend Trump rallies are at severe risk of contracting the deadly COVID-19 disease but that people who attend Black Lives Matters rallies are not at risk.

That’s why health experts are flummoxed as to why cities that haven’t had a Trump rally, such as Houston, are seeing spikes in COVID cases.

“We can’t figure it out. We know that Trump rallies are the only political events that facilitate the spread of the disease, but we don’t know of any Trump rallies in Houston or Seattle or these other cities that are seeing spikes,” Dr. Anthony Fauci said.

Officials made it clear that the Black Lives Matter protests that have in no way contributed to the spike in cases.

“Even though the protests involved many people marching and breathing heavily in close proximity for many miles, often without face masks, they were marching to end injustice, which clearly the disease doesn’t want to prohibit,” Fauci said.

One super scientific study published in the Journal of Medical Canards documented the fact.

“Our findings suggest that any direct decrease in social distancing among the subset of the population participating in the protests is more than offset by the fact that systematic oppression needs to be addressed right now before the presidential election.”