Fear and Panic for A Purpose – The Coronavirus Evolves Into “The Blue Plague”…

The “Blue Plague” is an intentional effort by various interests to create fear-porn amid the American population by intentionally hyping a mass hysteria about the coronavirus.  In many ways the Blue Plague is exponentially more dangerous than COVID-19 itself.

Earlier today, The New York Times became the epicenter of the Blue Plague by stating people in hospitals throughout the city were dying, as desperately under-prepared and under-equipped doctors and nurses could not find ventilators for thousands of arriving patients in a state of panic.  This was/is incitement at its worst.

Blue doctors and Blue nurses, aligned with the political resistance efort, transmitted videos claiming desperate and dying patients, using the term “apocalyptic surge“…

[…]  hospitals are under siege. New York City’s hospitals run the gamut from prestigious teaching institutions catering to the elite to public hospitals providing care for some of the poorest communities in the nation. Regardless of whom they serve, few have been spared the impact of the pandemic: A flood of sick and fearful New Yorkers has besieged emergency rooms across the city.

[…] At least two city hospitals have filled up their morgues, and city officials anticipated the rest would reach capacity by the end of this week, according to the briefing. The state requested 85 refrigerated trailers from FEMA for mortuary services, along with staff, the briefing said.  (link)

Of course, all of the emphasis is false, everyone is getting treated, and so far the pandemic has created no more of a crisis than a high-flu season. However, the panic such fear-porn creates can deliver a self-fulfilling outcome. Immediately, the downstream media, specifically CNN, take the script and begin amplifying the panic story-line.

This unfortunate gross-media manipulation is exactly what caused task force member Dr. Birx to step to the microphones today and state the activity on the ground does not match the fear-porn models that media are hyping.  WATCH:

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450 Responses to Fear and Panic for A Purpose – The Coronavirus Evolves Into “The Blue Plague”…

  1. dufrst says:

    More Dr. Birx please. She is intelligent, sober minded and effective. With that said, there needs to be more antibody testing to get to the real mortality rate of this virus so that we can get back to work.

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  2. hokkoda says:

    Share this clip with everyone you know. When I saw that today, I don’t think I could have been more elated.

    That’s as close as you’ll see her come to calling this whole shit show a fraud.

    The implications of her statement, both in terms of the fraudulent origins and the fraudulent reporting out of NY are STAGGERING.

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    • BebeTarget / abdb61 says:

      More proof it is a fraud . . . . Doctor’s tell us not to touch our faces, oranything else. Not to stand near anyone closer than 6 feet. And then we have Dr. Oz over the weekend suggesting people have sex to relax. Huh?????

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  3. CheetoGuido says:

    I did a twitter search for Dr Birx and the comments are exhausting at how much the left hates her now. They think she sold her soul, is Trump’s cheerleader, that they lost all respect for her, so on and so on. That she is LYING to us about the state of the hospitals in New York. I really like it when she talks because I like numbers and the numbers calm me down that will be in control soon and we can go back to school and work. My question is this, how many hospitalizations in New York do we currently have and how many can they accommodate? When I look at their state health dept page it says 4,720 hospitalized due to Covid19.

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    • icthematrix says:

      I’d like to know if that is number ADMITTED to the hospital versus those awaiting evaluation in over-crowded ER’s. In all areas the average rate of hospitalization needed is running pretty low. In SW Florida, actual admissions from positive cases is 11. Statewide Florida stats as of this evening:

      28,644 total tests administered in the state of Florida, with 2,359 positive tests. 24,553 tests have come back negative, and the remainder are pending, according to the FDOH website.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      The state run media remind me of an old song by the Eagles. Dirty Laundry.

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    • Amy2 says:

      I don’t care what’s happening in New York as long as it stays there!

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      • Judith says:

        It’s not staying there. I saw numbers of infected in NY jump dramatically over a two-three week period. LI originally had 4 cases in Nassau, and 1 in Suffolk. That number has multiplied exponentially in a 3 week period.

        I don’t know if that’s because more sick people are getting tested here, but I suspect that is the case. More tested = more confirmed cases.

        Many since December have suffered flu-like symptoms but were never tested for COVID-19, until recently. Many have already recovered.

        Right now, only those presenting with symptoms *and* known to be exposed to a positive case are allowed to test. Doctors are telling people to go home and quarantine for two weeks, as most cases are milder and will resolve themselves. That is probably why hospitals have not yet been overrun here.

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    • hokkoda says:

      If you haven’t been on this site yet, definitely lean on it:

      https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/

      I turned off the news weeks ago, and have just been checking this daily. The numbers are so small on a per capita basis that it was clear even a few weeks ago that the totals weren’t adding up to the hype.

      A guy I respect joked several weeks ago that the total dead in Italy were outnumbered by dwarfs in Italy. Yet it was called “apocalyptic”.

      Their total infection rate sits at about 0.13%…

      It’s this data that has Birx appearing to throw the bs flag. Now we have the expert in London reducing his projections by a factor of 25.

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      • Minuteman says:

        At this point the mortality rate has probably gone down since traffic accidents and work accidents occur less when people stay at home. Even many of the China virus deaths are occuring among those who have a higher probability of expiration within the current time frame.

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        • hokkoda says:

          Hard to say if overall US mortality will have gone down since heart disease, cancer, diabetes, together kill far, far, more people than “accidents” in general and car accidents and work accidents specifically.

          The thing I picked up on last week was when Dr. Birx talked about the profile of the average CV19 death in Italy. Something like 80% or 90% of all deaths are “over 80 years old”. In other words, CV19 is mostly killing people who were close to death anyway. I don’t mean to trivialize the death of somebody’s mom or grandmom or great-grandmom, but sober-minded people understand that there’s a big difference in our response for a disease killing 80 year olds vs. a disease killing 25 year olds.

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          • Mr e-man says:

            The death of old people I never knew, in places I have never been, is trivial to me. People expect me to be politically correct and “care” about these people. I really don’t.

            Death happens every day and there is a lot of it including people who die before their “time”. Look at wars, poverty, violent crime, cancer, heart disease, vehicle accidents.

            To label me as uncaring, or some other demonic adjective because I don’t care about people dying everyday is insane. I would worry myself to death if I worried about all the death in the world.

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            • hokkoda says:

              Unfortunately, we live in a country where the phrases “if it saves JUST ONE life” and “out of an abundance of caution” are more popular than simple, common, sense.

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            • guest4ever says:

              “Death happens every day and there is a lot of it including people who die before their “time”. Look at wars, poverty, violent crime, cancer, heart disease, vehicle accidents.”

              And we all die……sometime. Perhaps the leftists should remember that.

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      • fred2w says:

        Maj Toure (Black Guns Matter) tweeted about how valuable World of Meters is in getting a REAL handle on the effects of the virus.

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        • hokkoda says:

          Yep, I started watching them back in February, and had a good friend told me “you should write fiction novels” when I said the virus would peak-out in early April, maybe mid-February, but probably early February.

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      • Mr e-man says:

        Good site. Chinas numbers there can’t be real. I know the USA has done more testing than any other country so our number should be higher but our numbers per million people is low. Excellent that you can sort by columns.

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        • hokkoda says:

          I have zero faith in China’s numbers. The one thing I will point out is that there is a day in February where China suddenly released a massive spike in daily cases. If you were to draw an exponential curve from early February, ignore the declining number of cases and curve-fit it to that spike…you would get almost EXACTLY the same epidemiological curve as we’re seeing in the EU and USA. I suspect that China keeps two sets of books. One for external consumption, one for internal, and that the spike in February was internal data that got leaked out.

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    • wodiej says:

      Perhaps this would be a good time for bastions of liberalism to do some soul searching.

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    • Minuteman says:

      Like you I’m a numbers guy. The whole time this situation has been promoted numbers have been bandied about without context and out of context. Without some effort towards quantification and qualification the situation is hopeless.

      I would like to see charts that reflect the age and health of those that have become infected and what effect the China Virus has had. Also a chart of where and who the virus was picked up from. This allows people to make informed decisions.

      A great first step is the county by county plan. It defines hot zone to avoid and where resources need to flow.

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      • Minuteman,
        I haven’t (so far) found a site with the data you want–and yes it would be essential. I suspect that Drs Birx and Fauci are receiving (at least some) of this data.
        FWIW, The Johns Hopkins site gives state/state cases and more granular (county or city) deaths.
        There is also state data on covidtracking site though it sometimes lags what is on jhu site. But it does have hospitalization rates for some states.
        For my own edification, I’m keeping spreadsheet data to compare against some of my own and other projections earlier on. For the most part, the absolute figures are higher than I expected but FAR lower than most of what was quoted online. Interestingly, the % positive, % hospitalized and Case Fatality Rates are within or better than the figures that were initially derived from the Diamond Princess passengers.

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        • use caution when using the johns hopkins data. michael bloomberg is deep into that institution. he has given billions over the years. their school of public health bears his name. the johns hopkins bloomberg school of public health. read into it what you will.

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      • This site allow you to drill down to state and the for most states down to county. Another Treeper had posted this link awhile ago
        https://covidtracking.com/data/

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      • FrankieZee says:

        I said the same thing yesterday. We should have that info already but we don’t. I want age, and if anyone who died did they have other serious medical issues. I wonder why we are not getting that info.

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  4. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  5. Todd says:

    I don’t understand why or how so many Americans still trust the same Fake News Media sources that have habitually lied to us decade after decade after decade. “Remember the Maine!” Gulf of Tonkin. Weapons of Mass Destruction. Weapons of Mass Destruction Part Deux. Yellow cake uranium. Russia, Russia, Russia. Impeach!

    It’s like half of Americans have Stockholm Syndrome. The Fake News media is their captor.

    FEAR sells. It is highly contagious. In a very weird way, humans like FEAR. Why are horror movies so popular? People like being afraid – even if they know the fear is FAKE! People pay a lot of money to have other people, media, and amusement parks scare the crap out of them. Why? Probably because of the amygdala! The part of the human brain that triggers the fear response is to blame.

    FEAR

    One of my customers today said to me that he was very afraid of what’s going on. I explained to him how he has a much higher chance of dying driving his vehicle to his next destination. I mentioned how about 35,000 Americans die every year from the common flu. He didn’t know that and was surprised to hear it.

    The average Joe or Jane has no idea how many people die every year from the annual common flu. If they did know, we wouldn’t be living in fear today.

    Most Americans do not know that about 17,000 Americans died of the Swine Flu in 2009.

    The only way to make the faux fear go away is through word of mouth. TALK! If you know somebody who is afraid, tell them they have a much greater chance of dying in a car accident compared to “the virus.” Tell them 35,000 or more Americans die every year from the common flu. Tell them how 17,000 Americans died of the Swine Flu in 2009 and watch that light bulb light up like a Christmas tree.

    (Watching Hannity) President Trump just mentioned the Swine Flu killed 17,000 Americans back in 2009.

    Context and Perspective will defeat the FAUX FEAR.

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  6. starfcker says:

    “the predictions of the models doesn’t match the reality on the ground.” Gig is up, sister.

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  7. pattyloo says:

    I saw a video of a hospital worker who was complaining about having to reuse masks. He claimed ‘they’ told him not to talk about it or he’d be fired. The guy’s face was hidden, and I can’t remember if the voice was disguised or not. It seemed staged and fake to me.

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    • Elizabeth G says:

      Masks used in hospitals such as the N95, are reused as they are “fit tested” to our faces. We are given one of our own to use as needed. As an RN, they have to be fitted to each face and sized. I would say yes, the video was a “plant” and not accurate.

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  8. icthematrix says:

    Unfortunately people getting scared tune into the news more, where they subsequently get set into a purposeful panic mode by the propaganda media. This fuels ratings which fuels even more hysterical reporting. Coupled with the daily prompting of the Dim talking points memos to their mouthpieces, their schemes & performances have been very effective. Who could have predicted such a situation, even when you knew this would eventually get into America? The Dims may not have been a party to the virus origin (although I discount nothing at this point), but they sure have played their cards early and often to ratchet up the takedown of our great economy.

    Agree that President a Trump must move forward with getting segments back to work. It will require great courage against the blowback sure to come. Also not sure how he can leverage this when governors and mayors are given such broad, unConstitutional powers to themselves.

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  9. JohnCasper says:

    Since the dawn of man, the unscrupulous and power hungry have used fear of (sometimes anger at) an enemy, sometimes real, sometimes exaggerated, and sometime nonexistent, to get people to voluntarily give up their liberty, and good sense, and money and submit to their will and even give up their lives.

    The examples are almost endless and this is just the latest. One example would be the Gulf of Tonkin attacks, which were highly exaggerated to say the least, and lead to another 50,000 Americans being killed in VVietnam, along with lots of limbs lost and lots of $$$ with the passing of the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution by Congress.

    Another example would be Saddam’s WMD, which were highly exaggerated to say the least and lead to thousands of American troops being killed, along with a whole lot of limbs being lost and trillions wasted after Congress passed the resolution giving the go ahead for that…

    And, of course, for another example there is the FISA Court Star Chambers (which basically belong to the FBI) which were birthed on fear based on nothing bad enough to justify their almost unlimited power over the American people.

    “Their is nothing new under the Sun”.

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  10. avman1339 says:

    THIS!!!
    EXACTLY what we need! Antibody testing!
    That will give us and the “decision makers” the TRUTH about how “dangerous” COVID-19 is from the perspective of the % of people who get infected to those who die. By knowing “how fatal” COVID-19 is, decisions can be made, by government, but more importantly BY INDIVIDUALS, as to the level of risk vs reward. It may very well be that COVID-19 is no more lethal than influenza, and the seasonal deaths caused by influenza are hardly even mentioned on “the news”, much less creating demands for government to shut down all non-essential commerce, and restrictions on our fundamental rights, and now justification for raiding the treasury (for money we don’t have) to the tune of trillions of dollars. ANTIBODY TESTING, MUST BE PRIORITIZED! IT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR by which all other decisions can be formulated!

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  11. spoogels says:

    SHAME ON US!

    SHAME ON US!

    March 26, 2020

    What did you do today?
    I talked with a man today, an 80+ year old man. I asked him if there was anything I can get him while this CoronaVirus scare was gripping America.

    He simply smiled, looked away and said:

    “Let me tell you what I need! I need to believe, at some point, this country my generation fought for… I need to believe this nation we handed safely to our children and their children…”
    “I need to know this generation will quit being a bunch of sissies…that they respect what they’ve been given…that they’ve earned what others sacrificed for.”

    I wasn’t sure where the conversation was going or if it was going anywhere at all. So, I sat there, quietly observing.

    “You know, I was a little boy during WWII. Those were scary days. We didn’t know if we were going to be speaking English, German or Japanese at the end of the war. There was no certainty, no guarantees like Americans enjoy today.”

    “And no home went without sacrifice or loss. Every house, up and down every street, had someone in harm’s way. Maybe their Daddy was a soldier, maybe their son was a sailor, maybe it was an uncle. Sometimes it was the whole damn family…fathers, sons, uncles…”

    “Having someone, you love, sent off to war…it wasn’t less frightening than it is today. It was scary as Hell. If anything, it was more frightening. We didn’t have battle front news. We didn’t have email or smart phones.”

    “You sent them away and you hoped…you prayed. You may not hear from them for months, if ever.”
    “Sometimes a mother was getting her son’s letters the same day Dad was comforting her over their child’s death.”

    “And we sacrificed. You couldn’t buy things. Everything was rationed. You were only allowed so much milk per month, only so much bread, toilet paper. EVERYTHING was restricted for the war effort.”

    “And what you weren’t using, what you didn’t need, things you threw away, they were saved and sorted for the war effort.”

    “My generation was the original recycling movement in America.”

    “And we had viruses back then…serious viruses. Things like polio, measles, and such It was nothing to walk to school and pass a house or two that was quarantined.”

    “We didn’t shut down our schools. We didn’t shut down our cities. We carried on, without masks, without hand sanitizer.”

    “And do you know what? We persevered. We overcame.”

    “We didn’t attack our President, we came together. We rallied around the flag for the war. Thick or thin, we were in it to win. And we would lose more boys in an hour of combat than we lose in entire wars today.”

    He slowly looked away again. Maybe I saw a small tear in the corner of his eye. Then he continued:
    “Today’s kids don’t know sacrifice. They think a sacrifice is not having coverage on their phone while they freely drive across the country. Today’s kids are selfish and spoiled.”

    “In my generation, we looked out for our elders. We helped out with single moms who’s husbands were either at war or dead from war.”

    “Today’s kids rush the store, buying everything they can…no concern for anyone but themselves.”
    “It’s shameful the way Americans behave these days. None of them deserve the sacrifices their granddads made.”

    “So, no I don’t need anything. I appreciate your offer but, I know I’ve been through worse things than this virus.”

    “But maybe I should be asking you, what can I do to help you? Do you have enough soda to get through this, enough steak? Will you be able to survive with just 113 channels on your tv?”
    I smiled, fighting back a tear of my own…now humbled by a man in his 80’s. All I could do was thank him for the history lesson, leave my number for emergency and leave with my ego firmly tucked in my rear.

    I talked to a man today. A real man. An American man from an era long gone and forgotten.
    We will never understand the sacrifices. We will never fully earn their sacrifices. But we should work harder to learn about them..learn from them…to respect them.

    h/t Jim D

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    • the5thranchhand says:

      spoogels, how true your post is. How true, how true, how true.

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      This hit hard. I thank you for sharing from the bottom of my heart. Here’s why:

      My soon to be 85 year old mother makes the trek to the ALF memory care nearly every day to ‘visit’ my 84 year old dad through the double-paned glass in the window in his apartment. He has dementia, but he still knows his family.

      This man of the vastly underrated Silent Generation is: A man of integrity who still expresses grave concern for his wife and her wellbeing. A man who honored his word, no matter the cost. A man who, in spite of all of his older brothers being in service at the time and the fact that he was the youngest, volunteered for service during the Korean War. A man of keen intelligence who helped put a man on the moon, but who still remembered his one-roomed scool house with warm fondness. A man who used his talents and time for the glory of God. A light in darkness, salt of the earth. A man who never forgot, nor despised his impoverished roots. A man who, though at the ending of his days, unable any longer to read, cherishes his Bible.

      Yes, Dad, you men of the Silent Generation are vastly underrated, undervalued, overlooked, and yet always expected to do the hard yards in silence while others reap the glory. God bless you all.

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      • christinewjc says:

        Thank you for your heartfelt comment. I do have a question, though. Where did this term of “silent generation” come from? I’ve always known them to be called (and highly respected for being) The Greatest Generation!

        I’m 65 years young. I recall the air-raid drills that we had in elementary school when we would go downstairs into the school basement area, crouch down and hug against the wall. It was the time of the Cold War nuclear threat.

        Anyway, back then we learned in school (mostly in high school) about the tragedies and sacrifices of those who served in WWII; as well as the millions of victims. I recalled getting nauseous and sick in class when we were viewing a film of the war where hundreds of starved and skinny Jewish people’s dead bodies were being bulldozed into mass graves. I had to run to the restroom and put my head down to keep from passing out! I couldn’t believe such cruelty!

        My dad served in the army. He could never even talk about the war and what he likely saw and experienced. But I have seen many documentaries about it. Horrible things were done!

        I guess that after my generation, the war wasn’t taught in schools anymore?

        Those who fought and died will never be forgotten. And they will always be called The Greatest Generation.

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    • Missy says:

      I had many WWII vets as clients. Many had rows of ribbons, but they were the most humble people you could imagine. They simply thought that they had done their duty, nothing extra. Appreciative of whatever small thing you did for them. Lived through the Great Depression, and then went off to war. Precious, humble, honest people.

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    • flgrammie says:

      My Dad is 77 and an old soldier. He too has said many of these things to me recently. Young people today have no idea what sacrifice is….they are learning though!

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    • Greg1 says:

      He said what a lot of people believe. Irrefutable truths. Copied and saved to my notes. To be passed to others. Thank you for posting it.

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  12. JohnCasper says:

    “The New York Times became the epicenter of the Blue Plague by stating people in hospitals throughout the city were dying, as desperately under-prepared and under-equipped doctors and nurses could not find ventilators for thousands of arriving patients in a state of panic. This was/is incitement at its worst.”

    This reminds me of something, but then some much does these days as It seems like so much is repeating.

    The reports right before Gulf War I that Iraqi troops were throwing premature babies out of incubators.

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  13. Pardon me while I put on my tinfoil hat…

    All this Chinese Wuhan virus hysteria has the appearance of an obscure terrorist attack.

    China was not pleased with President Trump shutting China out of trade, which is a big hit for them. Thus, it seems reasonable the Chinese Communist Party purposefully put out this virus as a disguised slap at the U.S. of A. This Chinese Wuhan virus hysteria has a further benefit of creating opportunities to spread their “superior” style of government. Of course, it is not difficult to believe this with all the DemonRat and RINO conspirators, with their 2 trillion-dollar bill. This bill moves the U.S. of A. further to the socialist/communist ideology. Moreover, we have various levels of government clamping down on our God given rights, under the guise of this terrorist act.

    Whether my tinfoil hat perspective is correct or not, this is not boding well for our Republic, the United States of America.

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  14. spoogels says:

    New Zealand:
    Coronavirus: God Defend New Narkland – hundreds call cops to dob on lock-down cheats

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/120620810/coronavirus-god-defend-new-narkland–hundreds-call-cops-to-dob-on-lockdown-cheats

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  15. mopar2016 says:

    State run media don’t like our country.
    That’s why they have to talk over the truth.

    MAGA

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  16. James Bryan says:

    When the fraud of the panic is exposed there will be a backlash against the media.

    For the low information citizen, Trump will be a hero for saving the day!

    Win, Win!

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  17. Alligator Gar says:

    One crazed ‘nurse’ interviewed on some alphabet network parrotted the same chicken little screed. Guess what poster was behind her in her nurse’s lounge? SEIU.

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  18. Chester02 says:

    The county I live in,Gregg Co.,Tx.ordered a mandatory shelter in place for the next 2 weeks.The population is appx. 122,00 of which 4 people have tested positive.That is 0.0037%. the neigboring county, Smith Co. has a pop. of approx. 222,00 of which 21 have tested positive for a percentage of about 0.00945 % they have yet to give such an order,

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    • Judith says:

      You’re a week behind NY. I guess they plan to have a *rolling* self-quarantine for all 50 states. It will be timed for maximum effect to drag this thing out in the media for maximum damage to our economy. Facts be damned.

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  19. Jlwary says:

    Has Dr. Birx settled on a branch? 🤔🤫👍

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  20. spoogels says:

    Classified government records, however, showed that the first case of a person suffering from COVID-19 could be traced back to November 17, reported South China Morning Post.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8154933/The-person-test-positive-Wuhans-market-woman-selling-live-shrimps.html

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  21. Right to reply says:

    Did everyone take note tonight on NY Governors expenditure on failed solar panel factory, and failed light bulb factory in California? Billions were spent, and personally, I think that needs investigating, and bank accounts checked.

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  22. rustybritches says:

    I am really sick of listening to the idiot Gov from New York The media says that he is being given high marks for his leadership on this virus, Well for gosh sake The man cant find his way out of the paper bag he finds himself in and if not for President Trump doing it all for this for the idiot moron He wouldn’t know how to get out of New York either. We all know where this mess is leading and He is just another stupid person who is allowing the dems to use him, First of all they forget that Bernie Sanders is still in this race and they forget that he has some say about what they do weather they like it or not He does have a lot of people who voted for him and can use them how ever he chooses This Gov is terrible to listen to His voice is whinny and he talks a lot about how he is doing this and doing that, Just like Obama use too
    Oh yes, while I am on the subject of whinny people Today several Republicans wrote a letter to the President on behalf of the COC and a few other dirt bags and told him they thought he should drop the teriffs on china or at least do a moratorium on them
    Shame on all of these people, China is responsible for this mess and now they want to give them a pass for all their dirty dealings and to say the least these Republicans are no better than the dems. I hope and pray that President Trump will tell them all to go pound sand and I want to thank Mitch McConnell for turning coward in the last hours and giving into Nancy and her traitors
    The best deal they could get well sorry but this deal stinks and if it was not for the American people PT would throw this mess in the trash why is it that the Republicans always love to bend over and take what ever the Dems want to throw at them Cowards every dam one of them.

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    • visage13 says:

      Agreed, leave the tariffs on, they started this mess probably intentionally for that very reason. Gotta to love the uniparty. I had to laugh the other day Lindsay Graham was on Hannity and literally said to Sean “When have I ever lied to you” hmm all those times you told Sean there would be hearings about FISA, still waiting….

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  23. visage13 says:

    My goodness Bill Gates (on CNN) is saying shutdown the whole country for an extended period of time. It is so easy for billionaires to say shut it down. I say shut up. In Orlando there is a stay at home order except for essential businesses, basically the whole list is essential except for most of the service industry. It is a joke. And all over local news they are bitching about Gov DeSantis not shutting down the state. They really do want to destroy our country. Hold firm President Trump we got your back.

    I have been and have to go to work every day so I am blessed not to be losing a paycheck but all these fear mongers are literally making me sick.

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    • I read Gates wants a 6 week shutdown. But my spidey sense tells me that there is a financial interest involved for him.
      His Gates foundation has worked quite a bit on infections and disease but reportedly he has an investment in vaccine development (for profit). I also read (but have not seen it validated in other sources), that he was one of those that helped in financing the move of Corona virus vaccine research (SARS-1, not COVID-19) from University of North Carolina to Wuhan.
      Have other Treepers read these stories?

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  24. shevee says:

    The scientist who created the COVID19 model in question is now denying he was wrong and disagrees with what Dr. Birx reported at today’s presser. Start popping the popcorn!

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    • thedoc00 says:

      As with any model, the inputs and “adjustments” always give the “right answer”.

      If Models were children, these people would be arrested for abuse.

      Models with allot of assumptions (many worst case) covering unknowns and the unexplainable are never supposed to be used to provide the point answer. They provide a range of possibilities for risk assessment in support of planing and assessment of plans.

      These clowns are purposely inducing panic just to show how smart they are and to blackmail cash from the compliant self-seeking politicians.

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  25. lcsteel says:

    Mass illegal alien deportations would help the hospitals the most.

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  26. One more example of how the news is being skewed:
    Here is a piece in the NY Post yesterday about the sad death of a nurse in one of the hospitals
    https://nypost.com/2020/03/25/worker-at-nyc-hospital-where-nurses-wear-trash-bags-as-protection-dies-from-coronavirus/

    Note about half-way through the story that one of the nurses says
    “Another nurse described “issues with supplies for about a year now,” during which it got “to the point where we had to hide our own supplies and go to other units looking for stuff because even the supply room would have nothing most of the time…But when we started getting COVID patients, it became critical,” the nurse said.”

    So clearly this hospital was behind the curve from a logistics and ordering perspective far before the COVID-19 virus hit NYC.

    Logistics and supply management are not core skills for medical professionals and perhaps not for many hospital management groups. The virus will exacerbate these flaws. Why are these folks not help accountable for preparing in advance? Why does the cretinous CNN reporter interviewing Navarro accuse him of not knowing that some random plastic surgeon’s office may have some ventilators or other machines to contribute to hospitals caring for COVID-19 patients.

    We have a free enterprise system that works BEST when individuals assume responsibility (I know Treepers get this). But it seems to me that many of the critics in media, state/local gov’t and general citizenry do not appreciate the genius of our system. ACK! Sorry for the rant all 🙂

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  27. jackson says:

    Trust the plan!

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  28. gda53 says:

    My impression from Dr. Birx is that NY would be the test case with the greatest “wave”, but that the data they have now suggests that, while many hospitals will be over-burdened during the “peak”, the sort of scenes in Italy and Spain will be LARGELY avoided here.

    Every district has their own individual “wave”, but they should generally be manageable if social distancing, etc. is followed.

    NY is a ‘worst case’, at least for the US.

    I hope I got that right. I hope she is right.

    I watch the daily briefings and am feeling a lot more positive. My wife watches the Canadian news, which has TDS (of course) and show the NYT version from the US and the fear porn from Italy etc.

    So I have to talk her down every night.

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  29. spoogels says:

    Italian scientists investigate possible earlier emergence of coronavirus

    Italian researchers are looking at whether a higher than usual number of cases of severe pneumonia and flu in Lombardy in the last quarter of 2019 may be a signal that the new coronavirus might have spread beyond China earlier than previously thought.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-italy-timing/italian-scientists-investigate-possible-earlier-emergence-of-coronavirus-idUSKBN21D2IG

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  30. TJ says:

    DemPanic

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  31. scrap1ron says:

    That is a good video and contradicts the “hair on fire” panic discussion in the media about ventilators. Maybe some of the doctors reporting such problems may observe it at their local hospital, but that doesn’t mean all hospitals face the same situation at the same time.

    She is pointing out that if the models you have don’t predict the reality you see, then the model you are using is incorrect and needs to be fixed. This seems to be a common theme with leftists that run the same con with global warming. They don’t want to enlighten us with science, they are attempting to enslave us with tyrannical government.

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  32. Jeffrey Coley says:

    Yesterday I happened to have the TV on when the NBC nightly news came on, marking the first time I’ve seen network evening news in over a year. OMG, I could hardly believe it. They were positively giddy reporting the big uptick in confirmed cases in the US, “surpassing Italy and soon to overtake China”, and reported deaths passed the 1000 mark with the joyful celebratory air normally reserved for dead American troops when a Republican is in the White House. With smug satisfaction, they reported that the United States is “now the epicenter of the global pandemic.” Followed by stories of young, apparently otherwise healthy people dying of coronavirus. It was quite the full court press.

    Even though we’ve been told for weeks to expect a growth in case, and that this week would show a big surge as testing comes back (it takes 4 days to process a test) and the virus spreads as viruses do. Nothing occurring this week comes as a surprise, but you would never know it from the smugly sensational reportage.

    And then there’s the New York Times coverage, which always begins with the obligatory snide comments about how the US is now descending into epidemic due to the “series of missteps” and incompetence of the Trump Administration in mismanaging the outbreak.

    Even though it comes as no surprise, it’s still amazing to behold the depravity of the Left.

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    • Jeffrey Coley says:

      The New York Times story referenced above. Check out that headline: If only it weren’t for that stupid Orange Man Bad nobody in the US would be getting sick!

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      • Pew-Anon says:

        Do we lead the world in confirmed flu cases every year? That might be a relevant question, considering this thing is essentially a flu virus and its symptomology belongs in the spectrum of flu-like illness. You know, the flu-like illness we have EVERY FLU SEASON.

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        • Jeffrey Coley says:

          In the final analysis, when coronavirus deaths globally amount to only tens of thousands and not hundreds of millions, it will be tempting to say the shutdowns and quarantines were all much ado about nothing.

          Or, perhaps the extreme measures taken worked as intended and cut the epidemic short.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      I think the intro was almost enough for me.

      NEVER TRUST CHINA’s #s on ANYTHING!

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    • TwoLaine says:

      13 Deaths in 24 hours? Apocalyptic?

      Sounds like Chicago on a good night.

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  33. namberak says:

    “This unfortunate gross-media manipulation is exactly what caused … state the activity on the ground does not match the … models that media are hyping.” If you were going to write about this car crash for a living, you’d put that phrase in a keyboard macro and you’d save hours because media manipulation is almost all we get now.

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  34. digleigh says:

    A nurse in our area commented most that do poorly are either very overweight and/ or diabetic..Our biggest cluster was 2 funerals infected by a man that had traveled to the area, early before it was well known… All the crying, nose blowing transferred it around…I would like to know this status too affecting lungs, and enhanced cytokine storms…Ask on admission Smoking, vaping,and there is a connection possibly with those on blood pressure medicine use! ALSO NO MOTRIN (IBUPROFEN) anecdotally is enhancing the effects of the virus!! NO NSAIDS (nonsteroidal antinflammatory drugs)OF ANY KIND! Ferritin levels may indicate who is not handling the virus well!

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  35. digleigh says:

    A nurse in our area commented most that do poorly are either very overweight and/ or diabetic..Our biggest cluster was 2 funerals infected by a man that had traveled to the area, early before it was well known… All the crying, nose blowing transferred it around…I would like to know this status too affecting lungs, and enhanced cytokine storms…Ask on admission Smoking, vaping,and there is a connection possibly with those on blood pressure medicine use! ALSO NO MOTRIN (IBUPROFEN) anecdotally is enhancing the effects of the virus!! NO NSAIDS (nonsteroidal antinflammatory drugs)OF ANY KIND! Ferritin levels may indicate who is not handling the virus well!

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  36. John-Y128 says:

    Like yelling ‘Fire’ in a Theater, spreading ‘the Blue Plague’ during a Pandemic, should be an Arrestable offence.

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  37. TwoLaine says:

    New York is setting up outdoor refrigerated morgues. Just in case.

    Meanwhile…

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  38. CuriousJJ says:

    I just don’t take anything seriously that comes out of NY and especially NYC. It is the best example of herd mentality where everyone there thinks they are the center of the universe and no one can think on their own. They all seem so melodramatic about everything. I firmly believe if a person is sick they should be tested and taken care of. And I have a lot of sympathy for people who are suffering and their families. But I also have a suspicion that this is the new status symbol. Instead of an “I Voted” sticker, they’d love to have an “I Tested for Coronavirus” or an “I Might Have the Deadly Flu” sticker.

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  39. DanJ1 says:

    This is all wishful thinking. Hospitals here have abandoned tents and empty parking lots. Majority of cases are either false or people with symptoms sent home for isolation.
    .
    An interview with a hospital nurse in Northern Virginia a few days ago on Daily Signal had her admitting that the hospital has only admitted one confirmed case so far.
    .
    Remember, hospitals have three sources of income – billings for services, donations, and free government money. This is very much a big hospital marketing program to get massive donations and lots of easy Federal and State dollars. The Chinese Flu is the gift that keeps on giving.

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  40. atomichillbilly says:

    It’s quite possible that we are being played by the globalist cabal and their Chinese overlords….

    How low would they stoop to stop Trump?

    Think about it….

    They were riding the gravy train on biscuit wheels until Trump came down that escalator, then what changed in their operating procedures after that?

    There are $Trillions at stake.

    A bunch of megalomaniac control freaks who can’t even control themselves.

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  41. atomichillbilly says:

    It’s quite possible that we are being played by the globalist cabal and their Chinese overlords….

    How low would they stoop to stop Trump?

    Think about it….

    They were riding the gravy train on biscuit wheels until Trump came down that escalator, then what changed in their operating procedures after that?

    There are $Trillions at stake.

    A bunch of megalomaniac control freaks who can’t even control themselves.

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  42. jim says:

    I work in EMS. We are told use out n-95 masks up to 5 times and they are designed for single use. We are short on N-95’s, gowns and morale was already very low. I think people need to take this seriously, while understanding that Global Government is just around the corner. Economic collapse will usher it in.

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