Obama Tells Packed Crowds At Lewis' Funeral That Mail-In Ballots Needed 'So People Don't Get Sick'Chris Menahan
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Former president Barack Obama told packed crowds taking part in little social distancing at Rep John Lewis' funeral on Thursday that mail-in ballots are needed "so people don't get sick."
This potential superspreader funeral, which was held at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, is apparently needed so people get out the vote for 2020.
People were packed together and failing to social distance outside the building as well:
Obama also praised people for "protesting" (see: rioting) in large numbers in the streets.
If you're going to pack people in like this, the least you could do is ask them to wear goggles!
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