I'll let the following two, via worldmeters, largely speak for themselves, in regards to anyone talking about how badly the US is fucking up the Covid response.

First - death rates per 1 million people. We're not doing as well as, say, Germany, but even excluding Spain and Italy, we're not doing as badly as a number of first world European nations, despite significant handicaps in logistics and cutlural consistency and behaviors.

Second, death rates per million people for individual US states. Remember that NY and NJ alone are a third of the US cases.

Yes, I'm aware of a number of likely factors as to why places with absolutely incompetent and incapable medical systems aren't seeing these kinds of numbers, why some places in the US are reporting higher numbers, etc.