Here's an example where the poster uses twisted facts to lead the reader to an unjustified conclusion. Yes, the recovery rate for AIDS was 2% in the 80s, but the number of people catching AIDS in the 80s was tiny compared to the number of people catching covid today. Even with a recovery rate of 99%, the number of infected individuals means many many more deaths. When evaluating the risk of a disease, one has to take into account both the probability of catching it and the probability that if you catch it you will die. The product of these two probability is the total risk. Since AIDS was much less transmissible (it did not spread through the air or through casual social contact) the disease spread very slowly and the number catching it was was minuscule by comparison. But that's one of the ways misinformation spreads - by presenting some facts and leaving off other extremely relevant facts.Fake News. The recovery rate is around 99%. The recovery rate for AIDS was about 2% during the 80s and early 90s. That means catching it was a death sentence. Fear-mongering only benefits corrupt Big Pharma and the medical cartel. Organized crime. At least Big Tobacco did not force anyone to smoke. Unlike the C-19 vax cultists who wish to force their shots on everyone (ignoring all the damage) so they can profit and gain power and shutting down debate which is essential to our form of governance. Under our corrupt system, he who has the gold makes the rules.