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    Massie: it costs $100 to test people

    What would Massie have put in the bill instead of the $2 trillion?

    “We should be responding to the virus itself — and if there's any relief, that should be given to the taxpayers, not to the moneyed class,” he said.

    “Responding to the virus means giving a guarantee that any American – whether they're a politician or a celebrity or a grocery bagger at Kroger – can get access to this [coronavirus] test,” he said.

    “If it costs $100 to test each of 350 million people — that's $35 billion, which is 1.5 percent of this bill,” Massie said.

    $100 to test each person and the Hydroxychloroquine anti-malaria drug costs $20.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlord View Post

    $100 to test each person and the Hydroxychloroquine anti-malaria drug costs $20.


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