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Randy: If you read the article, it mentions what is going on down here in Florida, and it isn't good. It does a decent job of describing the situation. The state's newspapers, even many of the most conservative ones, have written scathing editorials every day concerning our governors very poor effort to be transparent and truthful. One thing this article left out is that our Governor is breaking the Sunshine Law, which means the public has a right to know the death totals in the state from the state's 22 medical examiners during times of emergency such as a hurricane or a state health emergency. The governor instead decided to block our right to know by using his Department of Health instead of the state's medical examiners. It's extremely strange because the state's medical examiners have always released this info during emergencies. Our governor mysteriously blocked them. They've never been blocked before. The death totals from the state's medical examiners are the most accurate information we can possibly have. Their statistics always have been the most reliable. It's a big part of their job. Our governor lied and said that their totals weren't accurate. My local newspaper (a conservative one) said in an editorial, "If we're not getting the death totals from Covid-19 from the state's medical examiners, then where are the stats possibly coming from? There is no other alternative to the stats from the medical examiners." So, as you see, our governor could just be making numbers up out of thin air and we wouldn't know it and we would have no way of holding him accountable. It's an old case of, "If you can't fix the problem, fix the numbers."