You only have to compare medium-sized Wisconsin's COVID-10 caseload catastrophe with the smaller numbers in the far-more populated states of New York and California to appreciate the Trump-serving dangerous deceit in Ron Johnson's
"we've flattened the curve" misrepresentation of the pandemic's status quo:
From the most-recent daily New York Times' compilation of official state COVID-19 statistics:
3,060 new cases, and drop in deaths of 5% in the previous 14 days.
2,029 new cases, and a drop in deaths of 4% in the previous 14 days.
4,327 new cases and an increase in deaths of 78% in the 14 previous days.
You can argue that these are cherry-picked or apples-to-oranges' comparisons, but with only 5.9 million people when compared to California's almost 40 million and New York's 19+million populations, there's no denying that Wisconsin is represented brutally badly in pandemic times by GOP bad apples Johnson, Scott Fitzgerald and Robin Vos.