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7/14/2020

Tuberville Beats Sessions in Alabama [Updated]

Filed under: General — JVW @ 7:58 pm



[guest post by JVW]

Former Auburn Tigers head football coach Tommy Tuberville defeated former U.S. Senator and Attorney General Jeff Sessions in tonight’s GOP primary runoff election in Alabama. Coach Tuberville now moves on to face Democrat incumbent Senator Doug Jones in this November’s match-up.

A few thoughts here: I kind of feel sorry for Jeff Sessions, and I kind of don’t. You may recall that he was the first U.S. Senator to endorse Donald Trump’s campaign four years ago, and for that loyalty he was rewarded with the attorney general job after having his reputation savaged by phonies such as Cory Booker and Elizabeth Warren during the nomination process. He then earned the enmity of his boss when he recused himself from the Russia investigation and agreed to the appointment of Robert Mueller as independent counsel. After resigning in November of 2018, he has spent the past two years being reviled by Trumpworld, and he was subjected to the indignity of his former boss endorsing and campaigning for his opponent.

On the other hand, Mr. Sessions served for twenty years in the Senate and is 73 years old. These offices are not supposed to be lifetime sinecures for select politicians (looking at you Dianne Feinstein!) and it’s high time that there was some new blood in Washington.

UPDATE: Some wag has adjusted the 2004 Auburn Football Wikipedia page. Note the bottom entry in the season summary. Pretty clever.

Auburn 2004

– JVW

76 Responses to “Tuberville Beats Sessions in Alabama [Updated]”

  1. War Eagle!

    JVW (ee64e4)

  2. Hopefully Tuberville doesnt get McSallied by Sessions pointers. He is already being tagged as a BLM stooge and cheap labor facilitator by the groy.

    It would be sad if Jones (Roll Tide) v. Tuberville was the sole manifestation of the Iron Bowl this fall.

    urbanleftbehind (c77c6b)

  3. looking at you Dianne Feinstein!

    Biden served his 20th year in the Senate before Feinstein served her first.

    beer ‘n pretzels (883307)

  4. I kind of feel sorry for Jeff Sessions, and I kind of don’t.

    I definitely feel sorry for Kate McKinnon; one less character in her SNL repertoire.

    A Trump bell-weather. The biggest mistake everyone makes whodeals w/anything Trump has been to underestimate The Donald.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  5. In Trumpworld, showing some ethics earns you a quick trip to Loserville. I’d feel bad for Jeff, but he enabled Trump early on. Sessions has suffered consequences for that, but so have the rest of us.

    Appalled (1a17de)

  6. Great leaders help their team grow and develop.

    Time123 (9f42ee)

  7. I would have been fascinated to see if President Trump could sublimate his ego enough to campaign on behalf of Mr. Sessions had he won. Or, is he so vindictive that he would have preferred the seat to remain in Democrat hands just to teach his former AG a lesson?

    JVW (ee64e4)

  8. Great leaders help their team grow and develop.

    Coach Tuberville did go 13-0 with Auburn in 2004. They were the odd man out in that year’s BCS championship game when undefeated USC stomped all over undefeated Oklahoma, so they missed out on the chance to play for a national title.

    JVW (ee64e4)

  9. UPDATE: Some wag has adjusted the 2004 Auburn Football Wikipedia page. See the picture in the post. Pretty clever.

    JVW (ee64e4)

  10. The lot of a butt gerbil is seldom a happy one.

    nk (1d9030)

  11. I don’t understand why anyone would give up a Senate seat for a Cabinet position. I can see doing it if one can become the Vice President, but a Cabinet position? At most, the Cabinet position will be for eight years. Senate seats can go on for decades.

    Is it because Cabinet positions pay more, or have a better retirement?

    norcal (a5428a)

  12. nk,

    You crack me up yet again.

    norcal (a5428a)

  13. Is it because Cabinet positions pay more, or have a better retirement?

    My guess is because as a cabinet secretary you actually get to issue orders and make policy, whereas as a Senator you spend all of your time moving to recommit to the motion on the bill on a point of personal privilege and other silly parliamentary dilly-dallying.

    JVW (ee64e4)

  14. Only an asshole would work for Trump.

    nk (1d9030)

  15. Or, is he so vindictive that he would have preferred the seat to remain in Democrat hands just to teach his former AG a lesson?

    Yes.

    Dana (25e0dc)

  16. Vindictiveness is a human quality. Trump is an insect. “Is it good to eat?” “Is it good to land on?” “Is it good to mate with?” That’s how he thinks.

    Thanks to Sessions’ recusal, Mueller had Trump pooping his pants for two years. That turned Sessions from a lump of sugar to flypaper as far as Trump was concerned.

    nk (1d9030)

  17. If one climbs into bed with Trump, one should expect disappointment.

    Signed,

    All the People Trump Has Gone Through

    norcal (a5428a)

  18. It is in the scorpion’s nature to sting.

    Nic (896fdf)

  19. Sessions made his bed when he endorsed Trump early on.
    And now Tuberville has made his. All he has to do now is be a complete suck-up to Trump to get elected, and then figure out how extricate himself when it all comes crashing down. Good luck with that.

    Paul Montagu (52bb2d)

  20. 14.’Only an asshole would work for Trump.’

    Reagan Seeds; ‘As you sow so shall you reap.’

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  21. I always respected Sessions in the Senate and pray that Tuberville can be as conservative as Sessions was in that seat.

    NJRob (eb56c3)

  22. And now Tuberville has made his. All he has to do now is be a complete suck-up to Trump to get elected, and then figure out how extricate himself when it all comes crashing down. Good luck with that.

    He is a long-time major college football coach. If anyone can do that, he can.

    DRJ (aede82)

  23. Sessions concession speech: “Thank you sir, may I have another!”

    Sessions offered his full support to his primary opponent in remarks to the media and supporters in Mobile, Alabama, on Tuesday night.

    “He ran a really firm, solid race. He was focused on his goal, and on winning, he had a plan to do so,” Sessions said of Tuberville. “He is our Republican nominee, and we must stand behind him in November.”

    Sessions also praised the Trump agenda, despite the President’s continued attacks against him.

    “I think it’s time for this Republican Party to listen to the Donald Trump agenda,” he said.
    Sessions also said in his remarks that he holds his “head high.”

    “I leave elective office with my integrity intact. I feel good about it, I hold my head high,” he said. “I took the road less traveled, didn’t try to excuse myself or get in a fight or undermine the leader of our country, and the great work he has to do. That was an honorable path, I believe.”

    Dave (1bb933)

  24. #10

    The lot of a butt gerbil is seldom a happy one.
    nk (1d9030) — 7/14/2020 @ 8:30 pm

    I don’t know, Mike Pence seems pretty content.

    As fish are oblivious to water, the butt gerbil is oblivious to butt.

    lurker (d8c5bc)

  25. SOCRATES: When I left him, I reasoned thus with myself: I am wiser than this man, for neither of us appears to know anything great and good; but he fancies he knows something, although he knows nothing; whereas I, as I do not know anything, so I do not fancy I do. In this trifling particular, then, I appear to be wiser than he, because I do not fancy I know what I do not know.

    NK: And they all butt gerbils

    Dustin (d0158a)

  26. Only an asshole would vote for Dementia joe

    mg (8cbc69)

  27. #27

    People wonder how I got strong enough to paint with the broadest brush in the world.

    It’s simple. I fortify myself in the knowledge that everyone who disagrees with me is an asshole.

    lurker (d8c5bc)

  28. Before blogs, my mom would hand me the editorial page of the Chronicle and ask me to mark up all the bullshit with a highlighter. I think this screwed up my mind and made me very contrarian. But today the Houston Chronicle is running an obituary section that is 43 pages long. Joe Biden’s running ads in Texas and he’s apparently winning.

    A Trump bell-weather. The biggest mistake everyone makes whodeals w/anything Trump has been to underestimate The Donald.

    DCSCA (797bc0) — 7/14/2020 @ 8:14 pm

    On the contrary, Trump has never succeeded. Out of every opportunity he has had, and they are practically infinite, he has never succeeded. He isn’t just a moral degenerate. He is an idiot. The mistake is believing in Trump. That’s what this thread and Jeff Sessions are really about.

    Dustin (d0158a)

  29. eff off you lurking pos

    mg (8cbc69)

  30. QED

    lurker (d8c5bc)

  31. Sessions. Another one way trip on Trump’s loyalty train.

    noel (4d3313)

  32. It’s like watching Ted Cruz since Trump disparaged his wife and father. Trump makes Sessions look like a spineless worm.

    Trump will treat you well as long as you do what you’re told, have no contrary opinions and praise him. And praise him. And, of course, praise him some more.

    Sounds like every dictator…. everywhere.

    noel (4d3313)

  33. lmao at you, karen.

    mg (8cbc69)

  34. No butt gerbil is an island. Although Session has been cast out of the harem, he could have any number of friends, family, cronies, business associates, and political allies slopping, or hoping to slop, off the Trump trough. Circles within circles.

    nk (1d9030)

  35. Everything is Trump’s fault these days. It’s like the old ‘Thanks Obama’ joke, but it’s worn out now.

    It’ll be interesting to see how Tuberville fares in D.C.

    Capsaicin Addict (041266)

  36. 35 “Thanks Obama” never gets old, Trump is still using it to blame him for his Covid response

    March 4
    “The Obama administration made a decision on testing that turned out to be very detrimental to what we’re doing,” Trump said. “And we undid that decision a few days ago so that the testing can take place in a much more accurate and rapid fashion.”

    July 13
    “Biden and Obama stopped their testing,” Trump said. “They just stopped it. You probably know that. I’m sure you don’t want to report it. But they stopped testing. Right in the middle, they just went, ‘No more testing.’”

    Manotaur (e632fa)

  37. No they turned the cdc from epidemic identification to obesity and gun control. Hence we were unprepared despite the 11 billion dollar budget

    Narciso (7404b5)

  38. 37

    “Thanks Obama”

    Manotaur (e632fa)

  39. No they turned the cdc from epidemic identification to obesity and gun control. Hence we were unprepared despite the 11 billion dollar budget

    Trump had been President in the White House jerking off when he was not playing golf for three years, one month, and ten days when the epidemic hit.

    nk (1d9030)

  40. Worthless bonespur whose only motivation to action is greed, lust, and malice.

    nk (1d9030)

  41. We can see the stitch on the fastball, they took out the first director with some acam about tobacco stock, lawfare is fatal

    Narciso (7404b5)

  42. If RBG has the CV and survives, the new hot product amongst the DC degenerates will be her fluids.

    urbanleftbehind (5c0a31)

  43. president donald is working through some issues as he transitions to greatness mr nk

    he needs our unconditional love now more than ever

    Dave (1bb933)

  44. No they turned the cdc from epidemic identification to obesity and gun control.”
    __

    Don’t forget man-made climate change.
    _

    harkin (5af287)

  45. Trump had been President in the White House jerking off when he was not playing golf for three years, one month, and ten days when the epidemic hit.

    Only nk could write off the multi-year fishing extravaganza known as the Mueller Report and pretend it didn’t affect Trump.

    But then, that’s how you roll when Orange Man Bad amirite?

    Capsaicin Addict (041266)

  46. “Orange man bad” is compliment. “Orange jerkoff most worthless President ever” is ineluctable truth.

    If you need to look up “ineluctable”, please do me the favor of not wasting my time and Patterico’s bandwidth by responding. Read Trump’s tweets or something.

    nk (1d9030)

  47. 11. norcal (a5428a) — 7/14/2020 @ 8:30 pm

    I don’t understand why anyone would give up a Senate seat for a Cabinet position. I can see doing it if one can become the Vice President, but a Cabinet position? At most, the Cabinet position will be for eight years. Senate seats can go on for decades.

    Is it because Cabinet positions pay more, or have a better retirement?

    o, but they can do more. And they discount the fact they can be fired.

    Hillary Clinton gave up a Senate seat to be Secretary of State, but that;s because she thought it put her more in line to be President. John Kerry did it, maybe because he thought it was the culmination of his political career. Judd Gregg did, or would have, to be Secretary of Commerce but he wasn’t going to run for re-election. He withdrew, for unclear reasons, but perhaps because the Census would have been moved out of his jurisdiction, and policy disagreements with Obama. But it might have been a conformation issue.

    Edmnd Muskie (in 1980) left the Senate to take a Cabinet position, as did Lloyd Bentsen in 1993 (Bentsen had run for vice president earlier. Texas, was one of those states where a person could run both for vice president and the Senate at the same time. Lyndon Johnson did that in 1960, also Joe Biden in 2008 in Delaware.) Several Senators did that when Obama became president.

    Both Muskie and Bentsen may have done it so as to gracefully retire:

    https://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/history/minute/From_the_Senate_to_the_Cabinet.htm

    To answer the question of why anyone in their right mind would voluntarily leave the Senate for the cabinet, consider the following excerpt from the 1999 memoir of former Nevada Senator Paul Laxalt. “It has been said that it’s often easier getting into the U.S. Senate than getting out—at least getting out voluntarily. The difficulty in getting out seemed to increase in direct proportion to one’s stature in the Senate.” Laxalt continued, “Two examples come to mind. Ed Muskie of Maine was a powerhouse on Capitol Hill. In our frequent gym sessions in the late 1970s, Ed often confided to me that he would like to retire from the Senate, but pressures from his family, staff, and constituents kept him in.” When Laxalt later asked Muskie why he had accepted President Carter’s nomination as secretary of state, he responded, “Paul, have you never heard of a graceful exit?”

    Years later, Laxalt approached Senator Lloyd Bentsen, who, to the consternation of many in the Senate, had accepted appointment as President Bill Clinton’s treasury secretary. At Bentsen’s farewell reception, Laxalt posed the question. “Lloyd, is this another Muskie ‘graceful exit’”? “‘Yes’, he said, ‘it sure is’.”

    Sammy Finkelman (5818f3)

  48. “Orange man bad” is compliment. “Orange jerkoff most worthless President ever” is ineluctable truth.

    If you need to look up “ineluctable”, please do me the favor of not wasting my time and Patterico’s bandwidth by responding. Read Trump’s tweets or something.

    Your salt content is still high after four years and it makes me smile.

    Capsaicin Addict (041266)

  49. Re the picture from the article at #47/narciso:

    If it hadn’t been for the blond floozy Rielle Hunter and if McCain had won (or Jeb for that matter) what we now know as Trumpism might have been 2nd level John Edwardsism instead: Two Americas with a nationalist, immigration restriction pivot.

    urbanleftbehind (5c0a31)

  50. @50. If it hadn’t been…

    And if Marina had rolled over, Lee would have been late and missed the motorcade…

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  51. ‘…greed, lust, and malice…’

    Shorter; the 80’s: Reaganomics.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  52. I never cared much for Sessions, but Tuberville didn’t just beat him. He positively clobbered him, by like 30 points. I doubt that was because of Trump’s endorsement. It’s more an indication of how dissatisfied the primary voters were with Sessions.

    He never should have left the Senate in the first place. Had he not, he would still be in office, with a good probability of winning reelection. Instead, he accepted the appointment to attorney general, but that position quickly soured when he recused himself for the Mueller investigation and was promptly forced to resign.

    That did not sit well with voters in Alabama. Not because of the Mueller investigation, or that his recusal brought the ire of Trump, but rather because Alabamans elected him to be their senator, not some limp lapdog for the president.

    The reason why I don’t think Trump’s endorsement matters much in the upcoming election is because his polling numbers are dropping precipitously. Axios is reporting that his approval ratings are the lowest they’ve ever been in six crucial swing states. Hey, if he’s barely breaking even with Biden in Texas, that’s an ominous sign.

    It’s the pandemic, which more and more people are becoming increasingly concerned about. Infections, hospitalizations and deaths are spiking across the country, but especially in states that rushed to reopen. Florida in the new epicenter, with cases raging out of control with no end in sight, under Gov. DeSantis’s failed leadership.

    And in Oklahoma, Gov. Stitt just announced he’s tested positive and will self-isolate. He had attended the Trump rally in Tulsa, which several experts claim led to the spike in cases, not just in Oklahoma but in other states as well. It was a super spreader event.

    So now is not the time to be pushing for schools to reopen in a few weeks. or threatening to withhold funding if they don’t. That’s a recipe for disaster. Children and young people, among whom there have an increase in cases, may suffer less severe symptoms of CoVid-19, but they’re still contagious and could infect entire households. People definitely don’t want to see that. Look at what happened in states that rushed to reopen, and if this coronavirus starts spreading through schools, it will be a calamity.

    People are more worried about the pandemic than they are about the economy. We could be seeing well of 200,000 dead by the end of September. Voters won’t tolerate that. They will demand leadership and a national plan, which Trump is utterly incapable of providing.

    Gawain's Ghost (b25cd1)

  53. I liked Sessions and he was a great Senator. The problem is he was a terrible AG, who didn’t know how to manage or select the right people and seemed more interested in his so-called “Legal Ethics” than in helping Trump. He’s never backed off his support for Rosenstein who was responsible for Mueller’s appointment and blank check investigation. Nor has he ever coitized Mueller himself. This nonsense tied up Trump for 2 years, and it can all be blamed on Sessions.

    I doubt Eric Holder or any other Democrat AG has ever lost sleep over their failure to Recuse themselves or acting as their President’s “WIng-man”. R’s seem to think its somehow virtuous and noble to hurt their President, with recusal’s and special counsels.

    rcocean (2e1c02)

  54. There are conspiracy theorists who wonder if Sessions was a deep-state plant designed to hurt Trump. Frankly, I think that’s ludicrous, but if Sessions HAD been a deep-state plant, how would he have behaved differently in the whole Mueller-Rosenstein Fiasco?

    One also has to wonder exactly why Romney wanted to be Secretary of State. Given his devious nature, and hatred of Trump was it something more than just a desire to get involved in foreign policy? One can well imagine Sec of State Romney fermenting a cabinet coup, or perhaps wearing the FBI wire that Rosenstein laughed about.

    rcocean (2e1c02)

  55. This brings up the fact that despite all his opponents nattering on about “Corruption” Trump in fact has been incredibly honest about everything, and has been surprising Naïve in dealing with the Deep state and the Washington Pols. He seems to have been amazed at the disloyalty, selfishness, dishonesty, and lack of frankness among his so-called Republican allies and his subordinates, including the Generals and Lawyers.

    rcocean (2e1c02)

  56. as I pointed out , this wasn’t a new gambit, see ashcroft back in the plame matter, after that they went after gonzalez, even though the hospital bed set piece, probably shut down the terrorist surveilance right when the madrid train bombing could have been averted, they relied on mueller’s account of that convo, which were presented after the fact,

    narciso (7404b5)

  57. Nothing bad that happens to Jeff Sessions troubles me. He endorsed Trump (and gave him some legitimacy in the race). He’s the world’s biggest champion of asset seizure and the drug war. He was an incompetent AG, unable to decide to be a just man or a crook and unable to control his own department. All he did was complain and wring his hands. Pfuii.

    All early backers of Trump should be tarred and feathered and sent to exile in Serbia. He’s getting off lucky.

    Kevin M (ab1c11)

  58. As happened to McSally and others, the GOP Civil War that Trump started has not ended. Tuberville will have to fight against both sides — the Democrats and the actual RINOs.

    Kevin M (ab1c11)

  59. 59, yes…the groypers have already started pissing and the moaning about open borders/BLM* loving Tuberville.

    (what you expect of a FBS football coach not named Mike Leach?)

    urbanleftbehind (5c0a31)

  60. Off topic: The Democratic National Convention was originally supposed to take place this week.

    Sammy Finkelman (3ea6b3)

  61. Trump, in full reversal, urges Americans to wear masks
    That flip flop must have really hurt.

    RipMurdock (d2a2a8)

  62. Stupid-@ deprived his campaign of millions of walking billboard opportunities.

    urbanleftbehind (5c0a31)

  63. That flip flop must have really hurt.

    RipMurdock (d2a2a8) — 7/15/2020 @ 1:06 pm

    Yeah but this is actually one time I think we shouldn’t bash Trump. In fact we should praise him. It’s hard to lead because you often cannot do it without changing course, which makes people say you are incompetent.

    Trump reversing on masks, Melania posting that picture in a mask, that stuff will save lives. It also points to how many people probably got sick over a very stupid fight. They knew to wear masks in the 1918 pandemic. It’s just common sense that viruses in the good we sneeze should be contained. All the crying that masks don’t do it perfectly are, frankly, bad faith. And the need some have to torment others over masks, knowing these others have either lost someone they care about, or are worried about someone, it’s a real sign of what politics has done. Not just Trump. The whole way our society handles disagreements now. It’s awful.

    Dustin (d0158a)

  64. That flip flop must have really hurt.

    Why? If it’s not a light needing revenge, Trump doesn’t feel bound by (and possibly can’t remember) what he did or said yesterday.

    Kevin M (ab1c11)

  65. Off topic: The Democratic National Convention was originally supposed to take place this week.

    Sammy Finkelman (3ea6b3) — 7/15/2020 @ 12:51 pm

    If this were the RNC, there would’ve been a daily countdown to the target date and multiple MSM imagined stories of incompetence and infighting as the cause.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  66. The Republicans moved most of the convention to Jacksonville, (since it was already in late August they didn’t change the date) and now they may have to move it again – outdoors. And even so the audience may be separated from each other and have to wear masks.

    It look like God is not going to give Donald Trump the spectacle he wants.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/14/us/politics/republican-convention-jacksonville-virus-outdoors.html

    Sammy Finkelman (3ea6b3)

  67. The only purpose of the convention that I care about is selecting a candidate. Given the collusion/obstruction scandal, death, and influence Putin has over Trump, the idea of Trump being at the convention at all seems like a mistake. The GOP should uninvite him and announce its first order of business will be selecting the presidential candidate. Peel that band-aid off. It won’t sting as much as you think.

    Dustin (d0158a)

  68. Almst all the people at the convention are there because they supported Donald Trump. I don’t see where Putin has any influence over Donald Trump. Trump hasn’r done much for Putin.

    Putin is rnnin into more trouble in Russia.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/14/world/europe/russia-putin-zhirinovsky-furgal.html

    Vladimir V. Zhirinovsky, Russia’s septuagenarian nationalist firebrand, long functioned as a safety valve for public discontent, corralling protest votes but then supporting President Vladimir V. Putin at key junctures.

    Now, he says, the Kremlin treats his party “like idiots.”

    “Go out on the field and play,” he says his party is told, “but don’t score any goals.”

    Outrage over last week’s arrest of Sergei I. Furgal, a popular governor and a member of Mr. Zhirinovsky’s party, has jolted the Kremlin’s carefully calibrated system of make-believe opposition politics….The Communists and nationalists criticize Mr. Putin on occasion, then lose to him in landslides in presidential elections — Mr. Zhirinovsky, personally, three times. Things play out similarly on the regional level, where Communist and nationalist candidates often split the opposition vote and deliver victory to the ruling United Russia party.

    That was supposed to be Mr. Furgal’s role as well when the former scrap metal trader ran for governor of the sprawling Khabarovsk region in 2018. But in a shock to Moscow, he rode a wave of anti-elite sentiment and won in 2018, setting off immediate speculation over how and when the Kremlin would co-opt or remove him..It finally happened last Thursday…He was accused of involvement in multiple murders in the early 2000s. [probably guilty too, and Putin knew it all the time]

    …The outpouring of anger has put Mr. Zhirinovsky in a bind: stirring the pot too much would irk Mr. Putin and threaten the financial spoils of his political perch. So far he has split the difference: He delivered a rousing defense of Mr. Furgal in Parliament, accusing Mr. Putin of creeping, Stalin-like repressions; but he also warned supporters that participating in unsanctioned street protests would have “only negative consequences.” …

    Sammy Finkelman (3ea6b3)

  69. Trump hasn’r done much for Putin.

    LOL

    Dustin (d0158a)

  70. Sammy @49,

    Thanks for the piece on Senators and why they choose to leave the Senate for Cabinet positions. You have a knack for finding articles that answer my questions!

    norcal (a5428a)

  71. yes his tinker toy soldiers into the ground in deir er zour, thats the first confrontation with russian kontraktiki (mercs) at least in 10 years,

    narciso (7404b5)

  72. 75. norcal (a5428a) — 7/15/2020 @ 4:43 pm

    Sammy @49,

    Thanks for the piece on Senators and why they choose to leave the Senate for Cabinet positions. You have a knack for finding articles that answer my questions!

    I also think some who do haven’t been in the Senate long and didn;t plan to stay for decades.

    Sammy Finkelman (3ea6b3)

  73. #66

    They knew to wear masks in the 1918 pandemic.

    Sure, they knew to wear them in the 1918 pandemic. But did even one person wear a mask in the 1917 pandemic?

    lurker (d8c5bc)

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