Ryan this is a typical argument that extrapolates a few issues into an argument that the system is faulty and thus we must keep an old fashioned system of voting. And we all know this is a from the top Republican effort to reduce not increase the number of people voting.
I would prefer an argument that says we should make it as easy as possible to vote and to make sure its safe and secure. Remembering that in person voting has many of the same issue you are offering as reason not to expand votes by mail. "Remember Mayor Daily from Chicago familiar quote(Joke) "Vote for me and vote often." So the mail in system does not have to be perfect , or even need to be more perfect than the current in person system. We should strive for a system that maximizes voter participation, makes it easy to register, expand the number of days you can vote, ideally automatically send out absentee ballots, In short the opposite of what I hear you saying under your breath. You are on the wrong side of this argument, and time and history will prove that.
Four trillion in new debt will not be paid by baby boomers, but by their grandchildren and great grandchildren, but I guess it is easy to run up the credit card when you are not the one paying it back. This as the first relief bill was not fully spent.
As for the banks, banks lend money to businesses who employ people and support jobs. If you have an issue with the "Big Banks", look inward as they grew 40% over Obama's 8 years of literally printing money to give them, devaluing your and my personal wealth.
I am a user of the COVID Alert PA app, and even though I have not had COVID (and hopefully never will!), I check in every day. I think that all users of compatible phones should do the same. Many people would, if they knew about it. When the app (or actually just the idea of the tracking technology) was created, COVID was definitely serious, but people had not started taking the actions that they do now. I think many people have forgotten about the app (if they ever knew about it, or if their state had even created one at that point), and it is therefore not being used as much as it could be if people were reminded that it exists. And even people that do not become infected (which is obviously the goal) can greatly increase the efficiency of the app. If the states with an app, or that plan on soon releasing one, found a way to notify the public, I think it could greatly help with contact tracing.