Dr. Fauci’s Mysterious Math – The Quantifying Today Reflects Where We Were A Week Ago – Today Cannot Be Quantified Until Next Week…

Let me say up front, there’s something very sketchy about the wordy explanations provided by National Institute of Allergy and Infections Diseases (NIAID) Director Dr. Anthony Fauci.  Listen/watch or read what he says below.

Encapsulating Dr. Fauci’s position:  Data on the coronavirus assembled today doesn’t reflect what is actually taking place today, but rather reflects where we were several days ago…. OK, that part makes sense (there’s a lag).

He then goes on to say what is actually happening today will not be included in data until we arrive at a place a few days from now when today’s reality is quantified.  Again, that reasonably makes sense…  However….

The media is/are reporting on coronavirus impacts in real time.  There is no delay in what the media are reporting from various places around the nation.  The media reporting reflects what is taking place today; right now… and what the media is reporting today is not worse than the data Fauci is explaining.

Meaning if Dr. Fauci was correct, and if the coronavirus data (the reports of spread) was behind by several days from the reality of today; then what the media would be reporting (the on the ground reality of the spread today) would be significantly worse (higher incidents) than Fauci’s data, which he claims is lagging several days behind….

The problem with that supposition – The media ground reports do not reflect a higher incidence of coronavirus spread than Fauci’s data today.

The concept of “flattening” the virus curve; the presumptive reason for social distancing; is based on a theory to extend the spread of COVID-19 to a lesser incident rate over a longer duration, thereby lessening the burden on the U.S. healthcare system.  Hence, ‘flatten’ the spike in infections.

Put another way: “Flattening” means the same number of people eventually contract the virus, only they do so over a longer period of time, and the healthcare system can treat everyone because the numbers do not rise to level where the system is overloaded.  In theory that seems to make sense.

However, no-one is asking: what is the current stress level on the healthcare system right now?  Where are we in that capacity?… and what is normal capacity level during a high-level flu outbreak?… and Where are we when compared against that baseline?

The premise to extend the virus duration in an effort to lower the infection rate and spread the virus over a longer period of time needs to measured against: (a) where the healthcare system is at any given moment; and (b) under traditional high-flu seasons where are we during those historic events.

STRESS LEVEL – The healthcare ‘system’ per se, is expending an awful lot of time on mitigation efforts.  As Dr. Birx noted: the current negative test rate for coronavirus among those showing symptoms who are tested is 98 to 99 percent.  That means of all the people taking coronavirus tests, 98/99 out of 100 are symptomatic (they are sick) but they are not infected with coronavirus.  They are normal flu cases.

Our healthcare “system” is expending an incredible amount of resources on a mitigation effort.  According to Dr. Birx and the test results 99 percent of those mitigation efforts are not engaging with coronavirus.  They are dealing with regular flu (perhaps a strong flu).

If you extract the mitigation effort from the overall effort, the current stress level on the healthcare system doesn’t seem to be overwhelming.  What is stressing the system is a coronavirus mitigation effort with a rate of 99 percent testing negative.

Dr. Fauci’s theory is self-fulfilling.

If the viral spread never exceeds the capacity of the healthcare system to deal with it, he can claim success.  Look, our flattened curve worked.

However, when contrast against flu outbreaks, no-one knows what the COVID-19 capacity threshold is within the healthcare system.  There’s no way to disprove Fauci’s theory.

Given the nature of the baseline for overall U.S. sanitation and hygiene, which is significantly higher than Italy, S-Korea and China; and given the higher standards of food safety (U.S. is the world leader); again significantly higher than Italy, S-Korea and China; and given the nature of the U.S. healthcare system (more capacity per person); is it really a fair comparison to overlay a COVID-19 outbreak, without also overlaying a traditional flu outbreak?

Any theory that cannot be scientifically tested; and is simultaneously self-fulfilling; is, by its nature, a false theory.

This is not to say that Dr. Anthony Fauci is intentionally misleading anyone; however, it is absolutely true that no-one will be able to quantify if trillions of dollars of economic wealth lost; and trillions more in economic activity lost; and trillions more in deficit spending; and that might all be done just to follow the fantastical whims of a doctor who is directing the mitigation of an ordinary flu-virus/season, and appears to be quite full of his own sense of self-importance.

98/99% negative test rate should alarm everyone.  We’ve shut down the biggest economic system in the world for a virus that is not appearing in 99% of the people who are sick.

DR. BIRX: Yeah. No, thank you, Mr. Vice President, for mentioning that because, as I told you, in South Korea there are 250,000-plus tests. About 96-plus percent were negative. So — and that was with symptoms.

So we’re working very hard integrating everything they have learned about symptoms and screening, and that is going into the development of this website. So it’s not just a simple checkbox website. It’s actually going to go through critical symptoms. And that’s why we’re giving ourselves the weekend to get it put up.

So far, in the United States, from LabCorp and Quest, they’re running about a 99 to 98 percent negativity. This always worries me because I’ve worked in public health a long time. When you tell someone they’re negative, yes, it’s reassuring, but the last thing we want is them so reassured that they stopped practicing these critical practices that are going to protect all of us.

This epidemic will be stopped at the community level. Those are the individuals — it’s Americans and their response that will get us over this hump. And that’s why, yes, we’ll have testing available. We’ll have to know that many of them are going to be negative, and you’re going to have to help us carry that message that that means, just at that moment, you’re negative, you need to continue to do all of your protection and protection of others to ensure you remain there. (read more)

♦ FACT: 98 to 99% of the American people tested, who have symptoms (similar to flu), test negative for the Wuhan novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  We are spending hundreds of billions, and disrupting all facets of life and liberty, to avoid a virus almost no-one carries.

Here’s SKETCHY Dr. Fauci’s explanation:

DR. FAUCI: Thank you very much, Dr. Birx. So just to connect with what I mentioned to you in previous discussions in this room — and Dr. Birx said it very well — that in order to be able to contain and curtail this epidemic to not reach its maximum capability, we have a two-pillar approach, one of which I believe has been very effective in preventing the substantial seeding, and namely the travel restrictions that we’ve discussed many times in this room.

The other, equally, if not more important, is when you have infection in your own country, which we do. And you know I could read the numbers, but they’re really, essentially, what we’ve seen yesterday: incremental increases, both globally as well as in the United States, with the curve doing that.

So therefore, the kinds of things that we do are containment and mitigation.

This — what we’re mentioning now — the guidelines, when you look at them carefully, I believe if the people in the United States take them seriously, because they were based on some rather serious consideration back and forth, some may look at them and say they’re going to be really inconvenient for people.

Some will look and say, well, maybe we’ve gone a little bit too far. They were well thought out.

And the thing that I want to reemphasize, and I’ll say it over and over again:

When you’re dealing with an emerging infectious diseases outbreak, you are always behind where you think you are if you think that today reflects where you really are. That’s not word speak.

It means:

If you think you’re here, you’re really here because you’re only getting the results; therefore, it will always seem that the best way to address it were to be doing something that looks like it might be an overreaction. It isn’t an overreaction. It’s a reaction that we feel is commensurate, which is actually going on in reality.

So take a look at the guidelines. Read them carefully. And we hope that the people of the United States will take them very seriously, because they will fail if people don’t adhere to them. We have to have, as a whole country, cooperate and collaborate to make sure these get done.

Thank you.

If the coronavirus spread never exceeds the capacity of the healthcare system to deal with it, he can claim success.  Look, our flattened curve worked.  However, we’ve also destroyed the U.S. economy to do so, and we’ve wiped out tens of trillions in U.S. wealth.

If Dr. Fauci’s magic theories are correct, then by THIS Friday there should be tens of thousands of people testing positive for Coronavirus.  If not….

Here’s the new Fauci recommendations:

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533 Responses to Dr. Fauci’s Mysterious Math – The Quantifying Today Reflects Where We Were A Week Ago – Today Cannot Be Quantified Until Next Week…

  1. Vernon E Kuhns says:

    “Any theory that cannot be scientifically tested; and is simultaneously self-fulfilling; is, by its nature, a false theory.”

    Let me fix that:

    Any theory that cannot be scientifically tested; and is simultaneously self-fulfilling; is, by its nature, not a scientific theory.

    That is, it is not provable nor disprovable. It COULD be correct, but, we cannot know that.

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    • Winslow says:

      Maybe this is not just a “virus”? Maybe we have all been hit with a biological weapon causing lung issues? Something is going on when the Flu this season caused over 80,000 hospitalizations and over 40,000 deaths and we didn’t hear a thing? Something is going on?

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  2. Imperial says:

    Ballyhoo, ballyhoo, ballyhoo … you all don’t understand … the “crashing” economy has nothing to do with the coronavirus, it has to do with getting rid of the Fed. Think outside the box people. The economy must crash to be able to end the Fed. Then we go to the gold standard. Then President Trump’s plan (which is genius and multi-directional I might add) comes into play. No more illegal taxes, pedophiles locked up, criminal cartels gone, jobs come back (plus more), freedom from China’s stranglehold on our production, no more wars, and on and on and on. Remember his SOTU address … The Best Is Yet To Come! You all are looking at your screens instead of using critical thinking. Use your brains. Why do you think President Trump would allow Dr. Fauci to hold so many news conferences? He wants a “medical professional” to make the message more credible. But what is the real message? Calm down and stay home (e.g., Let us do our work.) The plan is working. No Antifa interference. No college student protests. No false flag emergencies (e.g. school shootings, work place shootings, etc.). Think about the long term. Many of you will dismiss this as a “conspiracy theory”, but time will prove that since President Trump’s election it has all been a movie. Is coronavirus real? Yes. Is it more deadly than the current flu? No. Self-quarantines are being used to make sure the American people are not hurt during this phase of the operation. Why wouldn’t he just announce this instead of fooling the public? Because the cabal would fight him on anything he told the public and they would create more havoc. But with a “contagious virus” there is no possibility of significant push back. Everyone is focused on it. So don’t panic. There is plenty of food. There are plenty of medical supplies. The white hats are in control.

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    • Indimex says:

      From your fingers to God’s ears! I’ll be rejoicing if this is how it turns out! Thank you for the encouragement 🙂

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    • I can only hope this is how it works out, unfortunately the globalists are also all on board? Not so sure…

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      • Imperial says:

        The globalists are failing in their endeavors. This was planned for many years. At every turn, the globalists options have already been thought of with a plan to thwart them. Don’t you find it odd that after all the negative attacks against President Trump that his is now at his highest favor-ability rating? How is that possible? Only with the most precise planning could that be possible. The globalists have already lost. Remember President Trump’s comment after the impeachment … “I caught them, I caught them all!”. They know it and he knows it. There is NOTHING they can do to stop what is coming. NOTHING!

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        • TRUTH says:

          Nothing they can do to stop what is coming? We’ve read that in the Q fraud posts, like, “Trust Sessions, Trust Wray, Trust Mueller”

          If “something” is coming – it better start HAPPENING .. NOW! Everyone notices the numbers don’t match the hysteria.

          As the template of history shows – they hysteria created by the media and government action which is destroying the economy has sparked REVOLUTIONS.

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          • Imperial says:

            Well since you think Q is a fraud there is really nothing that I say about that which will alter your point of view. Time will prove either the truth or the falsity of it. But, how can you not see that “something” is in fact happening now. Publicly these things are subtle. For instance, what possible reasoning could you come up with as to the sudden major CEO resignations (e.g., Bill Gates, Bob Iger, Les Wexner, etc.). Suddenly they all decided to retire at the same time? Logical thinking dictates that there is another cause. Whatever it was that prompted these resignations was extremely powerful. As for the Chinese Coronavirus, the numbers don’t match because the hysteria was and continues to be hyped by the MSM. However, President Trump has turned their plan to his/our advantage. This gave him the authority to declare a national emergency with extremely broad authority. Revolution is not necessary. A two week hiatus (self-quarantining) is not the end of America. It is however a good amount of time for President Trump to place into action plans that the public is unaware of. Why is he keeping the public unaware … to protect those that are not yet able to think critically about what is really happening. There are many, not as many as before, but still many (primarily the left, socialist driven groups) that could do harm to themselves or others if their “world” were to change too radically for them to deal with. I mean seriously, have you seen some of the people on the internet that are so brainwashed that they make no sense regardless of how you might try to connect with them. For my money, I’m betting on President Trump to right America again. Everything I have seen him do has been to benefit the American citizen.

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    • Winslow says:

      I hope you are right. For all everyone is going through there had better be a good reason!

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      • Imperial says:

        The retaking of America is the ultimate reason! To give us back our freedoms as outlined in the Constitution. To remove the cabal (e.g., deep state) and the criminals that run that organization. The cabal isn’t just going to give up their power just because American citizens want it back. This is a fight that we must take on and we must fight together. Nothing comes easy, especially freedom!

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    • donnajeanz says:

      Thank you for this explanation. I just had a ” thought “…Our President has his own ” shadow government “. They are doing so much behind the scenes. The democrats are busy doing nothing. Our President is getting rid of the “deep state”. God Bless Us All…KAG Forever!!!

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  3. Well…why don’t we set our calendars ahead one day like daylight savings time. Problem solved.

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  4. Ulysses Toole says:

    I believe this is all gas-lighting. As Crowder would say “Prove Me Wrong.” Plus bad actors of states China and Iran. Let’s see who it next infects in DC. Deep State and LSM doing their part.

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  5. I posted this article to my Facebook group of over 5000 people and they removed it claiming it went against community standards. Just thought you might want to know quoting CDC numbers is anathema to the left. lol

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    • Anthohmy says:

      Don’t post the article. Summarize the article and post the link to the Fauci video on YouTube, not here. I do that all the time because some people won’t ever read the minute they see the word “Conservative”. I’ve definitely gotten through to a few people this way.

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  6. Paul Woll says:

    Well 6441 in US by Tuesday. 23 people died since yesterday. An increase of 26% over previous day. So with case doubling rate about 2 to 3 days looks pretty good to hit that 10K mark by Friday.

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    • Mist'ears Mom says:

      False-that many people die everyday in the US from upper respiratory and other related conditions, they are now claiming anyone who dies of anything upper respiratory related is a “coronavirus” death. They have no idea…
      https://blog.nomorefakenews.com/2020/03/17/corona-bologna-the-truth-begins-to-leak-out/
      We are not being told the truth…my questions is why?

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      • Paul Woll says:

        There is no basis for your claim. The official death is tested and recorded by John Hopkins data. Please do not turn this site into a conspiracy site.

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        • Mist'ears Mom says:

          Come-on get the facts man. There are 360 million people in the US, how many do you think dike every day.
          There are no “official” deaths, you might learn something by reading about the actual facts. The CDC has been lying to us for years about actual “flu” deaths. Pneumonia is the main cause of death that they relate as a “flu” death. Pneumonia can be caused by many many different things and not the “flu”. Yet the lump them all together to create a false sense of doom so everyone runs out and gets a worthless flu shot.
          Not any conspiracy dude. I’ve been on this site much longer than you have, not turning it into anything..

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          • Paul Woll says:

            https://www.census.gov/popclock/ 330 million US so you start off with bad facts and say I should get the facts man. Yes I know flu deaths from CDC are BS. I have stated as much many times on here and elsewhere. Your point is irrelevant to the calculations for coronavirus. I have been on here since 2015 hopefully you can say the same.

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            • Mist'ears Mom says:

              Yea more people have chocked to death on their food than died of the coronavirus in the past month. Your point is irrelevant. The facts are not many people are dying from this made up crisis that you are helping to perpetuate. I have been on the site since 2012 when there were a very few of us. Back then we had manners and didn’t post crap like you do. Might want to re-visit Sundance’s guidelines for posting.

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              • Paul Woll says:

                Really ignorant, but I will give you the benefit of the doubt. Perhaps you can’t read and did not realize I was referring to the number of cases by last Friday. I explicitly said the case doubling rate and mentioned 6441 cases. I was correct in that we hit 18K cases by the time. In that same time we hit 300 deaths from 23. The point I was giving was that the exponential rate is accurate on projecting the amount of cases predicted. I have never really cared that amount about the mortality rate as much as the 18% NYC hospitalization and 20% WHO guided hospitalization numbers. That is the concern and remains the concern. I am disappointed that you cannot do math and you call math crap. At the beginning of any pandemic or epidemic numbers slowly rise than accelerate. I have differences of opinion on how things are being handled nationwide in that some states IMHO are acting based on bad data and bad numbers. But the threat to our hospital infrastructure at least at this time seems very real.

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                • UberRight says:

                  Facts. NYC has a problem, but vast areas of the country do not. Look at the Hospitalized column. 85% of the test are negative, and tests should only be for people with symptoms.

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                • Paul Woll says:

                  That is absurd that spreadsheet is using total number of hospitalizations for entire NY as denominator. Just few days ago. NYC reported 8115 cases. 1450 were hospitalized. 370 ICU. Math shows 18% hospitalization just on that stat alone. If you are serious about understanding the risk and issues CDC put this out short time ago.

                  https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/69/wr/mm6912e2.htm

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                • UberRight says:

                  I listed the source: https://covidtracking.com/. I didn’t use hospitalization as a denominator, I only pointed out the column. I use population as a denominator. That is the only consistent number across all states. NY/NJ Metro is a problem, but most of the country is not. Sorry that you are afraid.

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                • Paul Woll says:

                  Sigh. No I am not afraid but you cannot use population as a denominator when evaluating risk of any virus. You evaluate IFR or CFR. Latter is confirmed. Former is combined comfirmed plus likely infected cases. I am just saying you are doing math wrong when doing your analysis and not how any infectious disease expert would do it..

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                • UberRight says:

                  WHO, CDC, NIH… all the “greatest and smartest” that were supposed to be prepared to identify and control a virus like this. It was their job, and they failed. That is who you want us to trust?

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                • Mist'ears Mom says:

                  pandemics and epidemics are 2 different things. Unfortunately you are one of those who can’t comprehend the math that is obvious., but keep buying the manufactured hysteria. The death rate is nothing like it was during H1N1 and we seemed to be just fine during that time. The threats to our hospital “infrastructure” are only what the media hype is telling you. Good luck to you hopefully you will get some help for your paranoia.

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                • Paul Woll says:

                  Please stop with ignorant talk. Of course they are different but same rules apply. I mean are you for real? It is estimated that 0.001 percent to 0.007 percent of the world’s population died of respiratory complications associated with (H1N1)pdm09 virus infection during the first 12 months the virus circulated. https://covidactnow.org/state/CA Shows threats to hospital infrastructure with or without intervention. https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/69/wr/mm6912e2.htm Shows CDC hospitalization issues and breakdowns by age. Willful ignorance like yours is dangerous please stop covering your eyes and ears and only leaving your mouth open. The age breakdown on this in terms of serious hospitalizations and ICUS is the most obvious issues we have to address and I believe Trump is working very hard to expand hospital beds and infrastructure without which we would run into problems. Trump is doing a great job working with private companies to increase PPE and other equipment production and they are willingly doing it. Trumps job is made much harder by people ignoring the risks despite guidelines. And no I do not read or listen to media hype but I read actual statistics from CDC, WHO, John Hopkins, etc.

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                • Mist'ears Mom says:

                  Oh please get off my site-you don’t know anything and keep repeating the con. The CDC & WHO are lying to you.

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      • Winslow says:

        I agree with you and also ask Why all this is happening?

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  7. Les D says:

    345 northern Italians dx’d w/ China19. Spain 191. Died. Today.

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  8. JMP says:

    Couldn’t believe what I was reading (was so surprised I had to read up on it): “Flattening the Curve”, doesn’t mean less cases overall, rather spreading them out over a longer time.
    Thus SD’s common sense skepticism – why is that worth a ruined Economy?

    What I don’t understand though is if the Virus is expected to wind down naturally with time and warmer weather, Why WOULDN’T “flattening the curve” actually REDUCE the total number of cases? And if that possibility exists, why wouldn’t the good doctor tell us about it, doesn’t the Economy and the Country’s nerves need something to be optimistic about?

    I trust Fauci about as much as I trust Dana Bash

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  9. theasdgamer says:

    If the ominous predictions are correct, COVID19 confirmed case deaths should double every two weeks in dry northern states…likewise, double the number of infections every two weeks…infections should slow the further south you go…heat and humidity slow the spread of COVID19…herd immunity should obtain first in colder, dryer states and they will have the greatest threat of ventilator shortage…southern states should experience a static number of infections and deaths as COVID19 should present an arithmetic progression in humid southern states….

    …of course, China reached a plateau long before there were more than a few thousand deaths…compare that with an estimated 110,000 deaths from flu in China this year (based on extrapolating U.S. confirmed case mortality rates for flu to China’s population)

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  10. Squidly says:

    I don’t much believe in coincidences. What are the odds of this type of “pandemic” hitting us with this sort of media response at any other time in our lives than the approaching re-election of President Trump?

    Yeah, you can’t calculate the odds on that one. This is all by design, period .. and I say this as someone who is definitely not into conspiracy theories. I’m simply looking at the numbers, the numbers don’t like and they just aren’t adding up here, no matter how you calculate them.

    Finally, trying not to be negative about it all, but has anyone but me noticed a change in President Trump’s demeanor? .. He doesn’t appear to me to be the same kind of bubbly energetic Donald J. Trump that he usually is. I am actually finding that to be a little bit unsettling. Sure hope it’s just me.

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    • Winslow says:

      I think the President is pissed off at what all the experts are telling him has to be done to stop this virus crap! I think he, like me, would be more comfortable have us all get exposed as we are to the Flu and be done with it! I think something else is going on. What, I do not know. But killing jobs, businesses, and our Economy is what is happening and I want to know WHY?

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    • Peppurr says:

      I agree. President Trump looks tired to me. He knows what Fausi is doing. Awhile back, I suggested here that he should get a microbiologist on board. One from the University of Davis, CA. At least talk to someone there and get their opinion on this. It would do no harm, that’s for sure.

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  11. JC1974 says:

    Warning “anecdotal evidence”/hearsay below:

    While my wife was grocery shopping yesterday she struck up conversation with a woman who claimed to be a nurse buying groceries for her elderly mother. The nurse had visited the store (Kroger) several days in a row and it wasn’t until yesterday that it had been partially restocked. She said that she worked at an area hospital and that with all the typical appointments and non-critical care having been canceled or re-scheduled, that the hospital was eerily quiet. She told my wife it was like what they were seeing on TV didn’t reflect the reality at the hospital. My wife didn’t press her for any more info, she felt it was rude to ask what hospital she worked at. There are several in the immediate area.

    In and of itself the conversation isn’t worth a lot. Maybe their are a variety of factors that effect the nurse’s perception of the hospital. It’s not like she had a current patient census vs capacity chart. As I keep reading other people’s posts and observations from doctors visits, etc. it seems there is a bit of skepticism out there from the medical profession. Even my dentist was skeptical, he made the argument he has to work with HIV/AIDS/Hepatitis, etc all the time. Why would his infection protocol of mask/gloves/eye protection/gown be any different? It makes me wonder if we haven’t in fact contracted our casual usage of say the ER (at least locally to me) because people are afraid of the virus. I mean, Rick Grimes woke up in a hospital full of zombies, right? A hospital is a place to get care, but it’s the collection point of a lot of nasty things other than corona-virus on a good day.

    I have a friend in eastern Maryland and his wife just delivered a baby boy yesterday. He said that everyone in the hospital was masked and that their was a testing station outside. He was hoping that they would be released in 24 hours so they could get into isolation at home ASAP. Like any father/mom with a new baby they are tired, so questions will have to wait until later.

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  12. theasdgamer says:

    Well, it FEELS right to do everything possible to slow this disease that is slowly spreading…after all, it is new and scary and we’ve been told that you can’t compare it to the flu by NHS and CDC academic “experts”.

    If you comment that the Emperor has no clothes, well, you just don’t care about people.

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  13. Sunshine says:

    When can President Trump get rid of him and how can he do it without MSM bashing?
    President Trump is in a Catch-22.
    By now, he knows it

    We see military tanks entering cities. Not reassuring.
    For certain, there is something more virulent about this particular Flu but the World is going on lock-down because of CORRUPT commie WHO Tedros and FAUCI.

    Areas greatly affected all have serious direct ties to China.
    Nothing more to add, except never ever again buy anything ‘MADE in CHINA’.

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    • Peppurr says:

      Seriously?? Military tanks in Cities? Is that to prevent looting?? Thank you for your post. Sure agree about C-22. And for sure President knows it. A big distraction of some sort is needed. Fausi is having the time of his life and most likely reporting the real facts of the matter to Hillary.

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  14. ted454@hotmail.com says:

    Dr Fauci’s prediction is wrong, he is trying to save face. He knew the pandemic was on the way prior to Trump’s election. The Obama administration predicted it, When Obama tried to brief the Trump cabinet members concerning a possible pandemic members of the Trump cabinet went to sleep at the briefing. Fauci said nothing!!!

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  15. Patty Anderson says:

    Dr Shiva disagrees with Fauci. He was interviewed by Next News Network on You Tube. He is running for Senate ShivaForSenate.com
    In my opinion Fauci is talking like Uncle Joe, rambling on. There are several questioning his integrity, Amazing Polly, We are Being Played on You Tube

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  16. Jan Roepke says:

    I suspect if the good doctor were instead working on daily automobile accidents, all vehicles would be banned.

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  17. JohnIL says:

    A person like Fauci will always take the safe solution which in his mind is a vaccine. The reality or compromise of accepting higher risk to save our economy doesn’t come into play. Its always gonna be to much of a risk for him. Trouble is most economies cannot afford to wait any longer to try and salvage their businesses. I don’t expect him to understand this or even consider it in his recommendations. In a election year we also have to consider that politics play a big roll in how Trump and Biden see the economy importance over the risk of the virus.

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