By the logic of someone who wants to see things in a certain way and only in that way.By what logic?
The US has nearly twice the deaths per capita of Canada.
Like Trump saying that the USA is leading in testing. You take an absolute number and ignore any 'per capita' numbers. You take states that have very low case numbers per capita due to low population density and then compare them to a province with high density and a resulting higher per capita number. So say, Montana vs. Ontario.
Or maybe you take a state like say Georgia which has 37,500 cases and 1600 deaths and compare it to Ontario which has 22,600 cases and 1800 deaths and then say, 'see, Georgia has more cases but less deaths, so they are doing better than Ontario.' At the same time you conveniently ignore they have 10 million population vs. Ontario's 14.5 million population so in fact Ontario has less cases and less deaths per capita.
Cherry picking data is easy for anyone to do MrMatt. I don't know why that would surprise you when a poster here does it to try and support their contentions.