For one, the "Johns Hopkins study" actually links to a news story about a YouTube webinar...
Just a few moments ago--- que the Twilight Zone music ----
I was assisting a fellow co-worker. I inquired about 2 other workers about when they might be back for them being out due to them being near family members who had been confirmed positive with Covid-19 etc.
Upon speaking to this employee, I was surmising why he had not been wearing his mask given that we were asked to do so etc. a couple of months ago he did, but not lately. When spoke next, it became clear why not.
He started saying, "I don't believe in it." See, I believe in the john Hopkins study, and what it says. ^ Why I provided the link up above.
So, he says people are not dying of covid it's all fake, and the shots they are giving are all fake shots too etc. Then, he further says, "And wearing those mask don't stop anything, actually they cause infections, and break outs on your face is all they do etc.
I ask him, "So, you would be of the opinion then that the other two supervisors got 10 fake days off for being near family members that tested positive?" He then said, "Oh, those were fake test positive results, you see those are bad results, lots of those false results, I read the % of them that are false results..."
At that point, I realized to myself that the old saying here applies, "Don't argue with drunks; drunks are never wrong." Which means Trump supporters are never wrong. Best thing to do is walk away, especially at work.