America Likely To Lose More In CoronaVirus Pandemic Of 2020 Than All Wars In American History!

America is about to witness the greatest loss of life in our history in a short time, over the next six months!

The death toll from the CoronaVirus Pandemic is already on the way to being the greatest of any nation in the world, with Donald Trump being responsible for a delay in reaction to the realities of medicine and science!

And when one looks at death statistics of all of our wars since 1775, it is truly sobering to realize we are likely to see more loss of life in 2020 than in all of America’s conflicts combined!

Witness the following statistics on deaths in wartime, using the information available from varying sources and in many cases, rounded off as impossible to be precise on figures:

American Revolutionary War 4,435

War Of 1812 2,260

Indian Wars (1817-1898) approx 1,000

Mexican War 1,733

Civil War both Union and Confederate 750,000

Spanish American War 385

Philippine-American War 4,196

World War I 116,000

World War II 405,000

Korean War 54,000

Vietnam War 58,000

Persian Gulf War 383

Iraq War 4,500

Afghanistan War 2,200

This adds up to 1,404,092 as rough figures, so over 1.4 million deaths.

Now we are told by Donald Trump and others, if we are “lucky”, we will lose “only” a range of 100,000 to 240,000 people, meaning greater than all wars except the Civil War and World War II!

But the dire prediction is that America could lose up to 2.2 million people, worst scenario, more than 50 percent higher than all wars combined!

The higher estimated figure would mean about two thirds of one percent of Americans could die in 2020, higher than all wars, except the Civil War, where it is estimated that 2 percent of Americans died.

And realize, this loss of life is within one year, not multiple years of war!

The Civil War created, no joke, a man shortage compared to women that was not overcome until immigration numbers promoted a balance of men and women. Many women never married as a result, and became, instead, teachers, social workers, nurses and other occupations that put them in contact regularly with children, just not their own..

Another statistic is deaths per day in wartime, with the highest estimate being 520 in the Civil War, 297 in World War II, and 279 in World War I. We will sadly surpass these numbers as this pandemic rages!

12 comments on “America Likely To Lose More In CoronaVirus Pandemic Of 2020 Than All Wars In American History!

  1. Princess Leia April 5, 2020 5:50 pm

    Queen Elizabeth’s speech today -

    That’s the kind of leadership we need to hear at this time.

  2. Ronald April 5, 2020 5:55 pm

    I totally agree, Princess Leia, and the Queen will be 94 on April 21, God Bless Her! 🙂

  3. Former Republican April 5, 2020 6:14 pm

    Trump’s twin in the UK has been hospitalized.

  4. Pragmatic Progressive April 6, 2020 1:26 pm

    Trump and Fox “News” are attacking Andrew Cuomo and Dr. Fauci.

  5. Princess Leia April 6, 2020 1:53 pm

    We now have a couple of cases of the virus in our county.

  6. Princess Leia April 6, 2020 4:55 pm

    Heard an update about Boris Johnson today. He’s in ICU. He acted exactly like Trump, downplaying the virus, not taking precautions seriously.

  7. Rustbelt Democrat April 6, 2020 5:12 pm

    Just saw a video on Jake Tapper’s show about investigating the origins of the virus. They know it came from bats. They showed a video of a wet market in China, where they think it might have jumped to humans. Wet markets put people and live and dead animals — dogs, chickens, pigs, snakes, civets, and more — in constant close contact. It looked very unhealthy.

  8. Former Republican April 6, 2020 5:20 pm

    It’s like the movie Contagion. Bat poops in the pig’s food. Pig eats the food. Pig gets slaughtered for a restaurant. People get sick from eating the pig. Virus then spreads from human to human.

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