End the Panic Porn

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As the pandemic panic porn continues because identified cases are rising, Dr. Fauci is back on television, and the media is once again demanding a national response. However, there is news they don’t share with you that could help reduce the already unwarranted levels of fear. Obviously, that doesn’t fit their partisan agenda.

Many commentators have noted that rising case numbers are not necessarily a reason to sound the alarm. The fear with COVID-19 was always overwhelming the hospital system.

The correct numbers to look at are COVID-19 hospitalizations, percent positive tests, and the age breakdown for severe disease.

COVID-19 Severity

A doctor from the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center said in a press conference Wednesday that people who are testing positive do not appear to be getting as sick as they did earlier in the pandemic. Dr. Donald Yealy also noted this trend was being seen in the wake of massive protests.

“We need to change our mindset and focus not exclusively on the number of cases, but on the severity of illness. We shouldn’t just be counting those who have a diagnosed infection,” Yealy said.

“For the vast majority of people testing positive, their illness is mild, or they don’t even know they have any symptoms of COVID-19 infection.”

Dr. Yealy also noted that the positive case rate was about one in 400, which has remained steady for weeks. 

“In summary, what our experience shows is that fewer people are being admitted, and when they are, they tend to be much less sick than at the beginning or at the peak phases of the pandemic.”

The Good News About COVID-19 the Corporate Media Keeps Hidden

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The weaponization of the COVID-19 virus to achieve a larger political objective.

 Nothing is coincidental. Everything is political.

♦Without COVID-19 panic Democrats cannot easily achieve ‘mail-in’ voting; which they desperately need in key battleground states in order to control the outcome.

♦Without COVID-19 panic Democrats cannot shut down rallies and political campaigning efforts of President Trump; which they desperately need to do in key battleground states.

♦Without COVID-19 panic Democrats cannot block the campaign contrast between an energetic President Trump and a physically tenuous, mentally compromised, challenger.

♦Without COVID-19 panic Democrats do not have an excuse for cancelling the DNC convention in Milwaukee; thereby blocking Team Bernie Sanders from visible opposition while protecting candidate gibberish from himself.

♦Without COVID-19 panic Democrats do not have a mechanism to keep voters isolated from each-other; limiting communication and national debate adverse to their interests.  COVID-19 panic pushes the national conversation into the digital space where Big Tech controls every element of the conversation.

♦Without COVID-19 panic Democrats cannot keep their Blue state economies easily shut-down and continue to block U.S. economic growth.  All thriving economies are against the political interests of Democrats.

♦Without COVID-19 panic Democrats cannot easily keep club candidate Joe Biden sealed in the basement; where the electorate is not exposed to visible signs of his dementia.

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All Lives Matter - Blue Lives Matter

WATCH: FORMER POLICE OFFICER JIM DONAHUE

EDITOR IN CHIEF OF COP BLUE


June 25, 2020 
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Democrats kill police reform bill. Senator Tim Scott calls them out.

Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., ripped into Democrats Wednesday after the bill he authored on police reform failed in the Senate on a procedural vote, accusing Democrats of punting on the issue until after the election and abusing what he described as their "monopoly" on black voters. “They cannot allow this party to be seen as a party that reaches out to all communities in this nation,” he said of congressional Democrats.

He turned to Nancy Pelosi’s recent comments that Republicans are "trying to get away with murder, actually – the murder of George Floyd," calling those remarks "toxic."

The procedural vote on whether to start debate was 55-45; it needed 60 votes in order to proceed. Republicans had 53 votes, but not enough Democrats joined them. This effectively freezes police reform in Congress.

Sen. Tim Scott rips into Democrats after GOP police reform effort fails in Senate

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Celebrating the construction of 200 miles of The Wall

"This is border security, which is national security"

President Donald Trump looks at a plaque after signing it as he participates in a ceremony commemorating the 200th mile of border wall at the international border with Mexico in San Luis, Arizona, on June 23, 2020.

In a statement after Trump’s visit, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced that they have constructed 216 miles of new border wall system.

“Construction is underway for an additional approximately 339 miles of new border wall system and another approximately 183 miles are in the pre-construction phase,” the agency stated.

“Illegal drug and human smuggling activities have decreased in those areas where barriers are deployed. Illegal cross-border traffic has also shifted to areas with inferior, legacy barriers or no barriers at all,” said Acting CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan.

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Just another day ending in y --- Fake News pushing false narrative re: rally.

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President Trump’s rally on Saturday attracted a record-setting audience on TV despite the smaller-than-expected crowd in attendance at the Tulsa, Okla., event. A whopping 7.7 million total viewers tuned into Fox News from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. EDT during Trump’s remarks, making it the most watched Saturday in the network’s history during that time period, according to early Nielsen data. The Trump campaign has stated that even more viewers tuned in when including the significant audience that watched via streaming platforms.

The mainstream media has focused on the crowd size, with some top Democrats gloating that teenage activists sabotaged the turnout through Chinese video-sharing platform TikTok. Liberal pundits have labeled the rally a disappointment because of the in-person attendance figures 

The Trump campaign fired back, saying that media organizations are complicit in spreading false narratives about the event — and that protesters and the coronavirus were the real culprits.

“Leftists and online trolls doing a victory lap, thinking they somehow impacted rally attendance, don’t know what they’re talking about or how our rallies work," Trump's campaign manager Brad Parscale said.

Trump rally gives Fox News largest Saturday night audience in its history

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"The time to enter the battle has come. There is nowhere to run and nowhere to hide"

Republicans Must Understand: We Are at War

Let's look at the battle lines.  

On the one side, we have a loose collection of freedom-lovers, conservatives, traditionalists, free-marketers, and rational and logical people (let's call them Republicans, if for no other reason than that we need a shorthand label). The Republicans have the presidency, the Senate, and the independent media — which is certainly better than nothing.

On the other side, there is a tightly knitted confederacy of Marxists, communists, socialists, relativists, hive-minders, grievance-mongers, Stockholm syndrome sufferers, and criminal cabals (let's call this group Democrats). The Democrats have the House of Representatives...and the mainstream media, academia, education, Hollywood.

Their recent tactics include house arrest .. and burning cities to the ground .. and there is nothing saying they're going to stop there.  (Next stop: defund the police and take away your guns.)  

Electing President Trump was a good start, and we need to ensure his re-election.  However, his presidency should be viewed as an opening salvo as opposed to a final blow.  Let them know we're on the offensive and no longer willing to run and hide and hope they leave us alone. 

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“If Joe Biden were to become president, an emboldened left will launch a full-scale assault on American life”

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Speaking for one hour, 41 minutes, President Trump thrilled a crowd of supporters at a campaign rally in Tulsa, OK

    

The president appeared energized by the thousands of supporters in the arena, even though it fell short of filling the BOK Center stadium and did not have overflow crowds as the campaign expected. Democrats and corporate media fueled fears about the rally for weeks after it was announced, warning that it would lead to more coronavirus infections and deaths as the pandemic continued.

Trump took the stage at about 8:30 p.m. thanking the crowds for coming anyway. “You are warriors,” he said. “I’ve been watching the fake news for weeks now and everything is negative.”

Trump recalled that his campaign for reelection was looking great before the coronavirus, citing the strong economy. “It was happening before this COVID came in,” he said. “It was happening at a level that nobody believed possible, and then China sent us the plague.”

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WATCH - Ambassador Stan Escudero on Trump Talk Now

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He served as a US ambassador to Tajikistan (1992-1995)

He served as a US ambassador to Uzbekistan (1995-1997)

He served as the US ambassador to Azerbaijan (1997-2000)

Stan Escudero was born in Daytona Beach, Florida. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Florida in 1965. He first came to prominence for his outspoken views on Iran in the 1970s. While serving in the U.S. Embassy in Tehran in the mid 1970s, he questioned the Shah's longevity in power. This challenge to the basic tenets of U.S. policy in the region would probably have ended his career, had the shah not proved him right soon thereafter. As the Iranian revolution was unfolding, Escudero was sent back to Iran with the mission of getting out in the street and finding out what was happening

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Leadership: "We're Not Shutting Down"

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday reportedly said he won’t stop economic reopening efforts.

“We’re not shutting down, we’re gonna go forward,” he said at a press conference, according to the Sarasota Herald-Tribune. “We’re gonna continue to protect the most vulnerable.”

The Sunshine State on Tuesday tallied 2,783 new instances of the coronavirus — the fourth time in six days a record number of cases was met, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

But the governor said the higher case count is tied in part to the increased testing in the state.

He also pointed out that younger populations, many of whom don’t exhibit symptoms, have also tested positive.

During his press conference, he showed slides detailing recent outbreaks among construction workers, prisoners and at migrant farm worker camps, according to the Herald Tribune.

While COVID-19 cases have been on the rise in Florida over the past two weeks, the number of daily deaths linked to the disease has kept steady at around 40 since early May, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

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