Alabama state Sen. Del Marsh (R), who serves as the Senate’s President Pro Tempore, tried to make the claim on Thursday that the astounding increase in COVID-19 cases rippling across the state is actually a good thing.
The number of hospitalizations in Alabama skyrocketed by 40 percent within 24 hours on Wednesday.
And on Thursday, 2,164 cases emerged in the state, marking its highest single-day caseload thus far.
Yet Marsh told reporters that day that he was “not as concerned” about the staggering caseload, per a video posted by WSFA 12 News reporter Lydia Nusbaum.
“In fact, quite honestly, I want to see more people [test positive] because we start reaching an immunity if more people have it and get through it,” he said.
Literally a death cult.