Did the fuse on this current China virus just happen to light itself?

 Do you believe in coincidences? 

 Who stands to gain from this destruction? 

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In politics there are few coincidences, defined as  “Remarkable concurrences of events or circumstances without apparent causal connection.” What to the casual observer appears random are events actually created or steered in a certain direction for political objectives. 

Here is where the coincidences begin. Wuhan, where the virus originated, just happens to be the location of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, China’s only level 4 biosafety lab.

Also curious is how quickly Wuhan purportedly became virus free. And how other major Chinese cities such as Shanghai and Beijing weren’t affected. While the Chinese government quarantined Wuhan, the virus had already been around for months, potentially spread by Chinese New Year travel before the quarantine was placed. Yet the outbreak was quite limited and short-lived in China, unlike elsewhere, almost as if they were prepared.

What a coincidence. 

Just a month ago, Trump’s economy was on top of the world, literally. A booming stock market, strong economic growth, and record low unemployment was Trump’s first term legacy. What better way to derail a gangbuster economy than shutting it down due a viral pandemic? It would be an ideal way to weaken a president ahead of an election. So what if there was collateral damage? Trump is the existential threat to the globalist deep state and the ends justify the means.

What a coincidence in timing.

A viral outbreak, whether hatched in a laboratory or a wet market, could have been a nuisance like past outbreaks. Yet this one was treated far differently, devastating world economies.

What are the odds?

Brian C Joondeph, MD, is a Denver based physician and freelance writer whose pieces have appeared in American Thinker, Daily Caller, Rasmussen Reports, and other publications. Follow him on Facebook LinkedInTwitter, and QuodVerum. 

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"My message to all Americans is that we love them, we're with them and we'll not let them down"

Yesterday during the White House briefing on the status of the coronavirus, CNN asked President Trump why he wasn’t being more dramatic and emphasizing the potential downsides to the COVID-19 impact on the nation. 

President Trump responded:

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We can see and feel President Trump’s desire to get through this challenge, hold our people together, and exit even stronger than before.

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We cannot allow the cure to be worse than the disease.

We have already seen the Democrats attempt to not so stealthily ram through nearly a thousand pages of trillions of dollars worth of Leftist goodies and wealth transfers, along with G-d knows what else that was buried in the fine print which no one had the time, and fewer had the inclination, to read.

The warning here is one about bureaucracy, government, and human nature.

This crisis, like all crises before it, whether real or phony, always engenders "temporary" measures. For those not up on their history, the crisis of First World War brought about the imposition of the federal income tax that was intended only to last for the duration. The armistice went into effect on 11/11/18. That's 1918, not 2018, which means that that temporary measure is now a little over 101 years old.

It should be noted that every red cent of revenue generated since our war debt was paid off has gone to fuel an ever-growing, ever-intrusive, ever-incompetent bureaucracy that is wielded of, by and for the Left to destroy our individual freedoms and make us little more than slaves or serfs. Because that is the nature of bureaucracy; not to solve or end a problem (doing so would obviate their continued existence), but to expand and gain ever more power.

And sadly, that is also the nature of human nature, which is the very reason why the Founders rebelled against the crown in 1776 and what defines "exceptional" in American exceptionalism. That is, America as founded was supposed to be the exception to the darker side of human nature and the tyranny and oppression that came before it.

That is why the election of Donald Trump was miraculous; not just because of the continued attempts to destroy him and by extension us, but because what he has proven he stands for is an actual existential threat to the trajectory of American and world history - a globalist totalitarian world order with China more than likely pulling the strings.

The Morning Report - 3/31/20

—J.J. Sefton

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Not Yet - Federal guidelines extended to April 30

 President Trump on Sunday said that guidelines for Americans fighting the coronavirus will be extended to April 30.

"The peak in death rate is likely to hit in two weeks… nothing would be worse than declaring victory before the victory is won…therefore, we will be extending our guidelines to April 30 to slow the spread…. We can expect by June 1, we will be way on our way to recovery.”

 

We hoped for an easing .. but we don’t know what POTUS knows.

Trust in Trump

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Covid-19: The Reality Show that has taken cable TV by storm.

The plot is nominally about a war against an invisible Chinese invader. But on another level, it is a family sitcom, a successor to Ozzie and Harriet, Leave It to Beaver, and The Cosby Show.

The star is Daddy Donald, a brilliant if erratic father figure, who sometimes rambles on, as fathers are wont to do. After a generation in which males, especially TV fathers, were portrayed as bumbling fools, Donald breaks the stereotype. He is a wartime president who appeals to about half the population, mostly male, as a decisive and creative leader who says what we had been thinking but were afraid to say.

He is ably supported by his younger brother, Uncle Mike, who is loyal, steady, competent, and boring. With every strand of his snow-white hair perfectly in place, Uncle Mike always says the right thing.

Donald’s co-star is Dr. Deborah Birx, an HIV/AIDS expert from the State Department who was brought in to coordinate the federal government’s response to the coronavirus.

Dr. Birx exudes competence, as well as sensitivity, which is a rare combination. She has never heard a question, no matter how vapid, that wasn’t “a very good question,” as far as she was concerned. She teaches her children patiently and sincerely in words that they can understand, but respectfully, without talking down to them. She is the empathetic mother figure who calms the situation and holds the family together.

Then there is her problematic older brother, Uncle Anthony. His problem is that he did too well in school and never got over it. He was once Dr. Birx’s mentor but she has now surpassed him in people skills. For his sins, Tony now stands to the left of Donald, out of the TV picture, rather than at his right hand as he once did.

And then there is the off-screen cast. Cousin Andrew up in New York is never satisfied, and complains vociferously in public that the $3 billion headed to his state government and $40 billion headed to his fellow New Yorkers is a merely “a drop in the bucket.” Even worse is second cousin twice removed Billy de BlasioFor Billy, it is about power and making those evil corporations do what he wants, rather than leading them to act voluntarily and creatively in the public interest.

Hovering over it all is Nancy, the Wicked Witch of the West. She has hexed Donald with the epitome of Catholic curses: “I will pray for you.” Try intoning those words sanctimoniously and see how good they make you feel about yourself.

By contrast, wise old Uncle Mitch points out he led the Senate to reach a $2 trillion bipartisan deal to save the economy, while all that Nancy engineered was the divisive partisan spectacle of impeachment in the House.

It is no small achievement to turn a pandemic into a top-rated TV show, but this one is being orchestrated by the media genius who brought us The Apprentice and an estimated $5 billion in free media coverage during the 2016 presidential election. 

This messaging seems to be working: Donald’s approval rating has jumped to the highest of his Presidency in the latest Gallup poll, with 60% approving of his handling of the COVID-19 crisis.

A good case has been made by some that COVID-19, while serious, was hyped out of proportion by the media.

Perhaps the hype was merely to increase their ratings but perhaps they also saw a chance to undermine President Trump’s most obvious accomplishment, a strong economy. Some say that his opponents have been trying to “talk down the markets” for months with breathless predictions that there “might be” a recession before the election.

Others dismiss this hypothesis as a “conspiracy theory” ... a term used to shrug off events embarrassing to Democrats that later often turn out to be true.

By E. Donald Elliott

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Democrat-Media Complex persists in attacking the President, and rational people who support him

 FAKE NEWS HURTS U.S.

The weekend is here, or at least per the calendar since every day for about two weeks has just melded into each ... with only the latest scare headlines and Leftist calls for the imposition of martial law over what amounts to something slightly more deadly than seasonal flu to differentiate them.
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Yes, I said it and I meant it. Despite the tragedy of people dying, logic dictates that the number of deaths per the number of confirmed cases, the probable number of those infected and the unknown number of those who had it and got over it simply do not add up to what we were being told. 
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Chinese Coronavirus COVID-19, while certainly dangerous or even lethal to some, is no reason to shut down our society. If we are going to quarantine anyone, it should be the elderly and those whose compromised health puts them at greater risk to both catch and spread the contagion.
 I think President Trump should lift the state of emergency definitely by Easter and really by April 5th. 
The "evidence" and reasoning that has us in a state of siege and limbo is now provably flawed. If we continue to do things based on its premise we will do damage to the nation by orders of magnitude greater than whatever the highest death toll and hospitalization will be.
 

Read - The Morning Report - 3/27/20

By —J.J. Sefton 

CHINESE CORONAVIRUS, FICTIONS AND FACTS

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Great job TEAM USA - From field to fork is an amazing journey.

U.S. food processing and manufacturing is now operating at full capacity.

• Phase One was retail. • Phase two was distribution. • Phase three was the space between manufacturing and distribution. • Phase four is raw material supply to manufacturing.

 Overall, the majority of products should be back on our store shelves very soon, if not already.

 Supply Chain Explained

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"The American Age, The American Epoch, The American Adventure .. Has Only Just Begun"

WATCH - The Best Is Yet To Come - #Trump2020

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America’s future shines brightNo country on Earth is better prepared to handle this pandemic than we are. We will beat this virus together. And when we do, our economy will pick up right where it left off—with high wages, job growth, and rising 401(k)s.

Real leaders know that every decision in Washington affects millions of Americans.
Pundits, on the other hand, aren’t accountable to anyone except the media execs who sign their paychecks. They don’t have real jobs, so they don’t suffer when Democrats in Congress block a relief bill—or when politicians say it’s OK to shut down our entire economy indefinitely.

“List: 74 actions taken by Trump to fight virus and bolster economy”
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“What we need is to control the panic"

Why Coronavirus Crisis May Be Over Sooner Than Many Think

 Do Not Listen To Fake News

Stanford biophysicist and Nobel laureate Michael Levitt says that based on how the COVID-19 crisis has played out in multiple countries, the threat is less severe than the media has portrayed it to be and might be over sooner than most think. “The real situation is not as nearly as terrible as they make it out to be,” Levitt says, and, in the end, “we’re going to be fine.”

Levitt, who accurately predicted the slowdown of coronavirus cases in China, has been making the rounds with various media outlets to discuss his findings on the most recent data from nearly 80 countries involving the global pandemic. Like several otherexperts, Levitt maintains that the threat of COVID-19 is less severe than many reports make it appear.

As occurred in China in February, the rate of case increases will begin to decline, signaling the downside of a spread curve. “What we need is to control the panic.”

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COVID-19 panic can permanently harm our free, tolerant, open civil society.

  

Evidence over hysteria — COVID-19

The following article is a systematic overview of COVID-19 driven by data from medical professionals and academic articles that will help you understand what is going on (sources include CDC, WHO, NIH, NHS, University of Oxford, Stanford, Harvard, NEJM, JAMA, and several others).

Data is data. Our focus here isn’t treatments but numbers. You don’t need a special degree to understand what the data says and doesn’t say. Numbers are universal.

I hope you walk away with a more informed perspective on how you can help and fight back against the hysteria that is driving our country into a dark place. You can help us focus our scarce resources on those who are most vulnerable, who need our help.

Note: The following graphs and numbers are as of mid-March 2020. Things are moving quickly, so I update this article twice a day. Most graphs are as of March 20th, 2020.

Best,

Aaron Ginn

Aaron Ginn

Table of Contents

  1. Total cases are the wrong metric
  2. Time lapsing new cases gives us perspective
  3. On a per-capita basis, we shouldn’t be panicking
  4. COVID-19 is spreading
  5. Watch the Bell Curve
  6. A low probability of catching COVID-19
  7. Common transmission modes
  8. COVID-19 is likely to burn off in the summer
  9. Children and Teens aren’t at risk
  10. Strong, but unknown viral effect
  11. What about asymptomatic spread?
  12. 93% of people who think they are positive aren’t
  13. 1% of cases will be severe
  14. Declining fatality rate
  15. So what should we do?
  16. Start with basic hygiene
  17. More data
  18. Open schools
  19. Open up public spaces
  20. Support business and productivity
  21. People fear what the government will do, not infection
  22. Expand medical capacity
  23. Don’t let them forget it and vote
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