March 26th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1162

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1,259 Responses to March 26th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1162

  1. A2 says:


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  2. A2 says:

    90 % there

    “ ImpactHK have now helped over 100 individuals into shelter over the past two years. And almost all of the individuals we’ve helped into safe living spaces are still there!

    This is because of our understanding of the importance of friendship and community.

    We know that housing alone does not solve homelessness. But this step is one that could lead to saving the lives of an incredible amount of homeless individuals in Hong Kong.

    McDonald’s, the fast food restaurant, has been housing hundreds and hundreds of individuals every night. People in great need sleep there every night because it’s the only safe place they know where to go.

    Due to this virus outbreak McD’s is closing it’s doors at 6pm starting tonight.

    This will mean that roughly 500 individuals will be outside in strange locations tonight, cold, afraid and alone.

    This just isn’t acceptable!

    Our Plan
    We would like to raise as much as we can over the next three days.

    100% of money will be spent on hostels and small hotels.

    These businesses are struggling too and this could make a huge difference for them as well.

    On all of our 20 Kindness Walks this week, we will offer instant accommodation to the homeless, getting them into safety and also giving us a better opportunity to develop trust and friendship with them.

    The crowdfunding platform SparkRaise have so kindly offered to waive the transaction fee for your donations!! So every dollar will go directly to getting individuals into a warm bed!!

    Thanks for your support!!”

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  3. sunnydaze says:

    Hospitals in Detroit reach capacity. And the Democrats have the audacity to fill that Bill w/ a load of their SJW crap. Vote RED. Remove Every Democrat.

    First time in my life that I have seen with my own eyes “Fiddling while Rome Burned”. Always sounded scary, turns out it IS. Get rid of these scums. They hate us.

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    • VoteAllIncumbantsOut says:

      Here you all go, it’s time to lite up the emails to your President and tell him what 4gypsybreeze just said, and tell him to VETO this BS!

      I rushed this through on the WH contact page but here it is.

      Dear President Trump,

      I voted for you sir and Damn proud of it but for the love of God, please VETO this monstrosity of a bill (Cares Act) that the senate has rushed through. Please read it to the American people and explain to them why you will veto this. We the people are tired of this constant rush to always push bills through that never favor the American people. For many years now, politicians have always promised us the world and only delivered a tiny fraction of those promises, yet still always pretending to represent us. But you sir, you were different and this is why the American people voted for you. You asked us to take a chance and we did! So now I’m asking you to take a chance and trust the American people who put you in office the first time and know that we will be there the second time.

      Your a good man sir, even I know you cannot morally sign this Act.

      Mr. President… We have your back, I promise you!


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      • sunnydaze says:

        I’d rather we find out if there’s a way to end this “everything but the kitchen sink” approach to writing Bills. THAT’s what I’d like Trump to take a look at in his 2nd term.

        We may be stuck w/ the Bullcrap from the Dems this time around. They got rid of a bunch of the junk in the 2nd round.

        But they should never be forgiven for putting ANY of it in there in the first place.

        Americans are hurting and they’re OBLIVIOUS. Floating around in their make-believe Lala Land.

        RED. Remove Every Democrat.

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    • The Devilbat says:

      Deport them to Cuba or North Korea.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Tseg says:

      Why no one ask how many beds filled with gun shot victims vs. China Flu victims?
      2019 shooting deaths >250, 2019 shootings >10,000
      2020 China Flu deaths <50, 2020 China Flu hospitalizations <1,000

      Every year murder in Detroit is multiples of China Flu outcome, but media does not care.

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    • Betty says:

      “And the Democrats have the audacity to fill that Bill w/ a load of their SJW crap.”

      I knew when Romney conveniently realized he needed to self sequester so he couldn’t vote on the clean bill that the Uni-Party was orchestrating the usual swindle.
      And now we have States attacking the middle class by shutting down their means of a livelyhood so that they can qualify for a bigger coronavirus cash handout.

      I wish President Trump would veto it.

      Here almost April 15, the IRS has everyone’s information at their fingertips. All they would have to do cut a check and send what we sent in this year.

      But that would mean that no politician would get to be the boss of who get what and how much they have to kick back to them.

      Just think how Nancy Pelosi and her pals drooled at the thought of skimming yet more billions in taxpayer money – we are easy pickings this time.

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  4. Troublemaker10 says:


  5. dufrst says:

    Big ratings, poll bounce, and 96-0 vote on stimulus. Not bad for an impeached President! MAGA

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  6. citizen817 says:

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  9. A2 says:

    Hong Kong / Health & Environment
    Coronavirus measures help Hong Kong flu season end early
    Better hygiene practices, work from home, school closures, rigorous testing, and wider vaccination coverage are among factors that made influenza less fatal
    Number of deaths more than halved at 113 this year from 356 in 2019, while intensive care unit admissions dropped from 601 to 182“


    “ Health experts have said social distancing and increased awareness resulting from the coronavirus pandemic helped end Hong Kong’s winter influenza season nine weeks earlier this time than last year, but 113 people still died of the flu.
    The number of deaths in the city more than halved from 356 in 2019, while intensive care unit admissions dropped from 601 to 182.
    By Wednesday afternoon, the city reported 410 Covid-19 infections, including four fatalities.
    The Centre for Health Protection said Hong Kong’s annual flu season lasted only about five weeks this year – from January 5 to February 8.
    “The influenza peaked around late January, before starting to decrease continuously. In early February, it returned to the baseline level,” a spokesman for the centre said.
    Dr Leung Chi-chiu says good public health practices have helped break down ‘invisible routes of transmission’ of influenza by subclinical patients in the community. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
    Dr Leung Chi-chiu says good public health practices have helped break down ‘invisible routes of transmission’ of influenza by subclinical patients in the community. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
    That was shorter than the 14 weeks recorded last year, between December 30, 2018, and April 6, 2019.

    Health authorities had found positive results in 18.76 per cent of respiratory specimens, down 11.34 points from 30.1 per cent at last year’s peak.
    Hong Kong has flattened the coronavirus curve but can it stay the course
    24 Mar 2020

    The dominant virus in this influenza season was influenza A (H1), accounting for around 80 per cent of infections, followed by A (H3), at around 16 per cent, and very few influenza B positive detections.
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    Epidemiologists said the city had been able to avoid the double whammy of influenza and the coronavirus outbreak largely because of social distancing measures and heightened vigilance caused by the pandemic.
    Infectious disease expert Dr Joseph Tsang Kay-yan said class suspensions in kindergartens, schools, and universities, in force since the Lunar New Year holiday ended on February 3, as well as work-from-home arrangements and cancellation of large-scale public events, had played a big role in curbing the spread of the flu.
    “Seasonal influenza was earlier proved to spread quickly among schoolchildren,” he said.
    We saw coronavirus infections rebound very quickly after some citizens seemed to have let down their guard and started going out and about again
    Dr Leung Chi-chiu, chairman, advisory committee on communicable diseases, Hong Kong Medical Association
    Better personal and environmental hygiene practices, such as wearing masks and using hand sanitisers, also helped.
    “The coronavirus outbreak has seen a lot of collateral damage, but this is a collateral benefit,” Tsang said.
    Dr Joseph Tsang, an infectious disease specialist, says school closures and work-from-home arrangements played a big role in curbing the spread of the flu this year. Photo: SCMP
    Dr Joseph Tsang, an infectious disease specialist, says school closures and work-from-home arrangements played a big role in curbing the spread of the flu this year. Photo: SCMP
    Another factor according to him that helped bring a swift end to the winter flu was an expansion of the vaccination programme among people, with more than 1.3 million doses administered by the government this year – a year-on-year increase of 17 per cent.

    Dr Leung Chi-chiu, chairman of the Hong Kong Medical Association’s advisory committee on communicable diseases, echoed Tsang’s comments and said good public health practices had helped break down “invisible routes of transmission” by subclinical patients in the community.
    He also pointed to the sharp fall in influenza infections after the first coronavirus case was reported in the city on January 23.
    More rigorous testing this year has helped us contain the seasonal influenza too
    Dr Ho Chung-ping, president, Hong Kong Medical Association
    Leung added travel restrictions had also helped lower imported infections. But he said the city still needed to guard against a potential resurgence of the seasonal influenza, particularly influenza B, since there was low herd immunity in the community as fewer people had been infected with that strain of the virus.
    Most Hongkongers chose to wear masks amid the coronavirus pandemic, which also helped to check the transmission of influenza. Photo: Jonathan Wong
    Most Hongkongers chose to wear masks amid the coronavirus pandemic, which also helped to check the transmission of influenza. Photo: Jonathan Wong
    “We saw coronavirus infections rebound very quickly after some citizens seemed to have let down their guard and started going out and about again,” Leung said.
    The flat influenza curve allowed the city to concentrate on battling the deadly coronavirus, Leung said.
    “Otherwise our public hospitals would have been overwhelmed fighting two wars on two fronts at the same time,” he added.
    Dr Ho Chung-ping, the association’s president, said while business at the city’s private clinics, including those from influenza cases, was down 50 per cent on average, many had flocked to public facilities to get tested when they presented symptoms such as a fever and cough.
    “More rigorous testing this year has helped us contain the seasonal influenza too,” he said”

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  10. Publius2016 says:

    Dear Treepers,

    I am in awe of 45! He has WITHSTOOD EVERY FALSEHOOD AND HOAX.

    This latest Black Op is truly a battle for your mind! With the flick of a switch, these JOKERS have the world at a stand still with brother ready to turn on sister for going outside!!

    These DEMONS are looking to bankrupt Trump Organization by giving the power to PUBLIC HEALTH INSPECTORS to shut down “contaminated places” and specifically barring the company from funds available to the entire US Hospitality Industry!

    DC is now CLOSED by order of the mayor???

    Even our America First rallies are on the chopping block ie OUR FIRST AMENDMENT…

    I understand why we’ve moved to this precarious state but don’t understand how we’re going to get out???

    But remember, that’s why we VOTED 45!!!

    I stand ready and will hold the line. Keep our powder dry. 45 is our commander and chief!


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  11. Julia Adams says:

    Did ballot harvesting make it into the Senate Bill?

    Ballot harvesting is at the very heart of what democrats want. Every other progressive desire was to be bargained away so ballot harvesting would remain. The fix is in.

    President Trump still can win 2020, but the GOP loses both houses. Trump gets impeached again, but this time, he gets removed.

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    • booger71 says:

      No it did’nt

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      • Julia Adams says:

        Thank goodness and thanks for checking

        Liked by 1 person

      • roccoboy1 says:

        Not ballot harvesting per se, but my understanding is that there is 400 million to push for vote by mail, online registration and expand early voting. Ridiculous in my opinion.

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        • Jenevive says:

          My local NBC station said that the early voting was also removed
          as was ballot harvesting, the diversity nonsense, the airline requirement
          for emissions

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        • If a ballot-box can be “stuffed,” by any means at all, then it will be “stuffed.” It’s just that simple. Print laundry sacks filled with fake ballots and drop them off “on behalf of your friend.” Drive to every polling place – they won’t ask for identification – and cast your vote in every one of them while dropping off handfuls of ballots. There’s really one and only one reason why the Democrats wanted this added to election law, and we all know exactly who that reason is. 🤠


          • Robert Smith says:

            Why wouldn’t Republicans do this also?

            I assume because they’d be immediately caught, prosecuted/persecuted, and jailed.


        • booger71 says:

          The 400 million is for block grants to the states for voter security only for the federal 2020 election. Per the Constitution, individual states set their own election laws. Keep abreast of your own state legislature to see if they are trying to change laws prior to November election.


  12. NJF says:

    Pointing out the obvious.

    All of this doomsday Analysis. As I saw someone comment somewhere, everything we’re told is a projection. “We anticipate…we expect…in the coming weeks….soon.”


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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Well, there’s HIPAA. Not allowed to take photos without permission of the patients, which would be difficult to obtain. The dude who is Carpe Donktum ought to read the interviews of the medical staff, they have a lot to say and it’s not supporting the hoax theory.

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      • Rynn69 says:

        Super: Just curious, have you ever at any time hear hospital staff say they have enough staff? Nuff said.

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        • mazziflol says:

          The videos leaked from china were pretty tough to watch. Medical staff crumbling under the weight of their burdens…sad.


        • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

          I’m not talking about medical staff discussing staffing. I’m talking about medical staff discussing the influx of COVID-19 patients, patients dying, patien’ts requiring serious medical treatment, etc. You’ll see in the end, this is no joke. I’m confident enough to wait until I’m proven right.


      • boogywstew says:

        We all know people NEVER take clandestine pictures anonymously. It never ever happens. People always do things by the book and respect rules.

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        • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

          How many photos of ER interiors have you ever seen? I can’t recall any.

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          • boogywstew says:

            I have probably been in ERs a dozen times in the last 10 years and always with my cell phone and it always had a camera. All my phones could take pictures without a flash and I have never, ever been asked if I had a camera. My guess is it would be illegal and my guess is it must be posted. Using a disposable camera, I took photos of my unconscious friend, Bill, who was in an ER lying on a gurney in a t shirt and beautiful Mickey Mouse boxer shorts. I took it for his family and it hangs in his home till this day. He broke his hip in a motorcycle accident.

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      • flova says:

        I worked in ER’S for 25 years. I was at the same hospital through SARS, bird flu, H1NI swine flu, Ebola and Zika. H1N1 in 2009 was a very trying time for ER staff. Often we had patIents in beds lined up against the walls and the nurses’ station. At one point we had to open other areas like occupational medicine to make enough room.

        We followed protocol and pandemic guidelines. Our esteemed governor Tim Kaine did not shut down businesses, schools, baseball games, bowling alleys, etc. (Just this morning Sen Kaine was bashing Trump for not reacting sooner). There was also no profiling in the news every hour of each patient who was affected or who had died from H1NI. For the most part they remained anonymous and the media couldn’t have cared less about their personal stories. There was no rush on TP.

        H1N1 was a ‘new strain’ of flu and word from CDC and WHO at the time was they did not know the trajectory of the virus.

        I no longer work at the ER but I know people who still do here in the city. They are adamant that COVID-19 is nothing like H1N1 in the latter’s seriousness, infection and death rates.

        The shutting down of businesses and as the governors have stated ‘our way of life’ is exactly what these same politicians were against in 2009 with H1N1! They, including Obama in a presser, encouraged us not to panic.

        That Dr Birx related her great-grandmother’s horrible story of the 1918 flu was reckless and subversive. People are now saying this is like the 1918 pandemic!

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        • Rynn69 says:

          flova: A genuine thank-you for this post from one esteemed healthcare professional to another. Although in no way are we attempting to diminish a viral outbreak, hospitals have had these situations before and hospitals and healthcare workers know what to do. The difference in this case is the fear-stoking and panic-peddling 24/7. To my point, how many people did you see out in public wearing masks, gloves, and other PPE during H1N1 or SARs or a tough flu season? Not as many as I am seeing everywhere. 100% d/t media. Healthcare workers are well-trained professionals and rise to the occasion. Sending well-wishes and thank-yous to all in the industry.


    • Rah says:

      Anyone else getting tired of the daily dose of whining coming out of NY?
      NYC. Should be the most capable place in the US to handle such a situation. Instead it turns out it’s apparently totally overwhelmed as every single day we see the NY governor on TV whining about needing this or that and of course it’s always somebody else’s fault they don’t have it.

      So much for the long and often heard braging
      about how tough and sophiticated New Yorkers are.

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    • Nan says:

      Wasn’t it almost two weeks ago when we were told that we were 1-3 weeks behind Italy? NYC and some parts of California may get bad, I think, but we’re not seeing that level of craziness anywhere. I’m in Houston, and our numbers have gone up barely 150 in the past week. I don’t think we’re getting the wave of death that was promised. And I don’t think people will tolerate this lockdown nonsense if those predictions don’t pan out soon.

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  13. Troublemaker10 says:
  14. Publius2016 says:

    “The moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too. Whatever you think you can do, or believe you can do, begin it. Action has magic, power and grace.”


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  15. citizen817 says:

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  16. Julia Adams says:

    Has this (two day old) story been reported and discussed much? Sorry it it has but worthy of another viewing;

    “The United States was ranked the best-prepared country in the world to handle a pandemic in late 2019 by the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) and the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security (JHCHS) — an assessment seemingly at odds with claims by Democrats that the Trump administration left the country vulnerable to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.”


  17. Publius2016 says:

    “Come November, the American people will have the chance to re-declare their independence. Americans will have a chance to vote for trade, immigration and foreign policies that put our citizens first. They will have the chance to reject today’s rule by the global elite, and to embrace real change that delivers a government of, by and for the people.”

    2020 is EVERYTHING!

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    • Publius2016 says:

      President Donald J. Trump

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Everyone need to vote straight GOP in November. Take back the House, silence Pelosi.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Abster says:

      Can we all hold on until November? I said on another thread most of my neighbors are afraid to leave their home other than for groceries. They would probably embrace the idea of mail in ballots. This election is everything. If we can pass a bill like the one being presented and Republicans give a nod to such extortion, can we count on them to fight for our elections. All eyes are on CV19. I’m sure the left is busy cooking up phase two or another evil plot. Dangerous, evil people…

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      • Jase says:

        Well, if you are stuck at home with not much more but an internet connection, seems like it would be a great time to embark on a ‘get out the vote for Trump’ email, Facebook and message drive!
        There’s a lot of thinking time between now and November. It would be great if people were thinking how much they can’t wait to give the Dems a whack.

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  18. joeknuckles says:

    Here’s an article about the H1N1 flu making a comeback in 2014. They had tents set up outside the hospitals in SF and Sacramento, they were doing triage and a lot of people were dying. I don’t remember hearing much about it at the time.

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    • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

      The good ole days under the bisexual affirmative action community organizer. Plus I sved 2500 per month on healthcare. Boy do I miss that boy.

      Signed Rev Wright

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  19. rharkonen says:

    A REALLY interesting story about a web site set up by Democratic activists called “COVID Act Now” pushing health predictions repeatedly found to over-state the problem but used by officials as the basis to halt the economy:

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    • Jase says:

      I was glad to read it. As I’ve said before, the models are all using worst case scenario assumptions, and some very dodgy data.
      Quite simply, they are using the Global Warming playbook.
      I’d bet these are the same garbage models Fauci presented to the President, prompting the shutdown. I think his more upbeat talk about restarting sooner than later came after he told Fauci and his health weenies that he wanted hard data, not doomsday scenarios.

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  20. joeknuckles says:

    This article explains very clearly what we need to do to get out of this pandemic and the accompanying economic shutdown.

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    • James says:

      Seems odd that Bayer would donate three million malaria tablets to U.S. if there was no substantive potential for use against COVID-19. Also weird that 750k were sent to New York and the rest were not discussed.

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    • Mike Robinson says:

      Plainly, you do not “quarantine” those who are well – you quarantine those who are very sick. It was never appropriate to tell hundreds of millions of people to stop working, to stop living, and to isolate themselves in order to “prevent” an illness that is nowhere near them and most likely will never be.

      These “researchers” are speaking of a disease as though it were some abstract thing, and they’re using it as implicit justification for a host of evils. We live in a world filled with viruses, including coronaviruses, which most of the time produce – a cold. A “common” cold. If you “feel like you’re coming down with something,” stay home. Wash your hands with soap and water. Sneeze into your sleeve. That’s it.

      But here we have “this vague, life-threatening contagion” that we’re speaking of in the abstract and using to impose all sorts of draconian measures that aren’t warranted. This isn’t medicine anymore – it’s an exercise testing the limits of what liberties people will give up when they’ve been told to be afraid. Turns out to be quite a lot.


      • If you can be infectious, but have no symptoms (you can), and you can’t qualify to get tested unless you have severe symptoms (also true), then how in hell can you TELL who is or isn’t well? Hence the need for the “well” (who may or may not be) to also be kept home for a couple of weeks, the average duration of the disease.

        Every hospital had rehearsals for the possibility of a mass disease outbreak. It’s a normal part of training. Unfortunately, none of the scripts included the possibility of a complete diagnostic failure – not having a way to confirm who has or doesn’t have the disease until long after it was spread to a wide area. The thing that HAPPENED was unanticipated, unimagined.


      • joeknuckles says:

        The main point of the article is that quarantining everybody would not work. We need to expose enough people to it over a period of time to build the herd immunity.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Quarantine of healthcare workers will ensure that you eventually have no healthcare workers. Shouldn’t there be a protocol for workers other than a straight quarantine if you have “contact”? I’ve never really heard a good definition of contact either.


  21. Sundance, I know you are busy but could you address that a-hole governor from Nevada.

    Also, Gov. Blackface makes attending church on Easter a misdameanor.


  22. Julia Adams says:

    Why do we need a White House Press Corp anyway? What value do they add in today’s on demand technology driven world?

    Wouldn’t it be the greatest paradigm shift in press reporting by getting news reported directly to the people via online, real time, interactive video conferencing or chat sessions?

    By the way, who appointed or elected these “reporters” to be arbiters of what will be asked of elected officials? Citizens submitting questions is the way to go.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      Julia: With you 100%. Hopefully, when the economy is opened back up (cannot believe I am saying that), PDJT will return to chopper pressers.

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    • gsonFIT says:

      Might be a great time to examine the whole social media and presstitute industries. They are seemingly melding together. Press pass isnt a license to lie and SJW companies cannot sensor their narrative to suit their political beliefs

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  23. FL_GUY says:

    Well, the D-Rats have not been able to get rid of President Trump so they decided to get rid of the USA instead. What a bunch of sick, EVIL people.

    With the help of their embeds in government jobs and their city and state level politicians, they are actively shredding the US Constitution (the only thing that has made the USA a free and prosperous country) and working to destroy the country. It has to be stopped; they have to be stopped.

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    • butch cassidy says:

      Exactly. And if Trump is not reelected then what? That is why Trump has do whatever it takes to get reelected, make some compromises we don’t agree with and work with the other side, he has no choice. Remember, half the country hates him. He needs to get through this, get reelected, regain the house , hold the senate and then destroy the people who have been trying to. destroy our country.

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      • Jim rutledge says:

        It is a media driven myth that half the country hates PT. Before the pandemic 20% hated him, another 10 didn’t really know why they disliked him, 10% were ambivalent, 10% secretly admired him, 50% would crawl on broken glass to vote for him.

        In June when the economy is rocking again, 20% will hate, 10% won’t really know why they dislike him, 10% will have become secret admirers, 60% will crawl on broken glass to vote for him. Landslide MAGAA

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        • butch cassidy says:

          Jim, look at the last election votes state by state, and even though the popular vote doesn’t mean shit, they are still voters.I agree that the media is full of it but this country is divided and it’s a lot closer to 50/50 then you think. Some will even argue that leans more than that.


  24. Sun Yat Sen says:

    Remember back in the good ‘ol days when we were mostly concerned with FBI (and other) corruption. Well it turns out that the college bribing scheme had its own problem with bad cops and trying to coerce lying testimony. Wealthy actresses can afford good attorneys too. This will get interesting. Here is a link:

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  25. citizen817 says:

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  26. This is a coordinated China/Democrat ploy. Nothing is out of bounds so we must look to the most outrageous possibilities. Including Foreign leaders who are prepared to support Pelosi/Biden/Xi/Soros in order to get things back to “normal”

  27. Abster says:

    Do we really need bio weapons labs? I sure hope that is a hot topic in DC.


    • bertdilbert says:

      If our enemies have bioweapon labs, we need bioweapons labs. It is the new nukes that does not give a missile launch warning. It is only by having the probable outputs frm such labs that countermeasures can be developed.

      The military research can be utilized to assist medical research.


    • citizen817 says:

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      • TwoLaine says:

        Why is that “interesting” Kredo?

        The are the ones who sat on their hands and did nothing. They told all of these families to BE QUIET (SHUT UP), it will ruin the work we (aren’t) doing. And nothing happened, and nothing happened, and nothing happened,,,

        This is all State Dept. Chickensh1ts ILLary and Lumpy. They had other people and countries to rape, pillage and plunder, for their foundations (to line their pockets). They had no time for peons. Levin who?

        One less American is, well, one less American. At this point, what difference does it make?

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      • Seriously, what could go wrong when a Jewish retired FBI agent, making inquiries goes missing in Iran? Dumb and Dumber prequel. Dumb for who sent him and Dumber for him going…smh.


  28. citizen817 says:

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  29. Guyski says:

    Would not be surprised that the United States end up with highest death toll in world from the Chinese Flu. Higher numbers mean more money. Plus the media’s hatred of President Trump.

    In Puerto Rico the death toll after Hurricane Maria was 64. Then they changed the way they counted:

    ‘those who died in the six months following the storm as a result of poor healthcare provision and a lack of electricity and clean water. Repeated power cuts also led to an increased number of deaths from diabetes and sepsis.’

    The official death toll was (as of August 29, 2018): 2,975 with ‘experts’ saying 4,600.

    Would not be surprised to start hearing ‘Covid 19 (Chinese Flu) RELATED deaths. I.e., a person did not have the Chinese Flu, but died because of the Chinese Flu. 🤔

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  30. Serpentor says:

    Only one option


    Oh sure, they have veto proof majority


    But…. after four years, I know my president, he’ll acquiesce and put his name on this tird for all to remember throughout history. “Remember when Trump passed that $6 trillion corporate bailout?”


  31. Chuck says:

    “Hard times create strong men. Strong men create good times. Good times create weak men. And, weak men create hard times.”

    ― G. Michael Hopf, Those Who Remain

    All this stuff going on is why we have a second amendment folks.

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  32. gsonFIT says:

    Apple will emerge from the Pandemic as a leading health care stock/company


  33. Hans says:

    IIRC on PBS Amanpour and Company..I watched the Spanish foreign Secretary of State talking about the cancelation of debt from the EU because of the corona virus.. and most importantly it was time to reorganize the UN to be more effective and work together. It was basically a sale pitch for the new world order..globalism…


  34. TwoLaine says:

    Would someone who has taken the malaria drugs before, either to go overseas, or for rheumatoid arthritis, or for other medical reasons, be already somewhat naturally immunized against the Wuhan China virus? Especially if they are prescribed on a long term basis, which seems to be the case for many afflictions?

    If so, I am wondering if President TRUMP, the world traveler before and now, has not already taken this a 1,000 times over the years.

    Liked by 1 person

    • I think he just has a robust immune system inherited from his parents. That’s an even better defense than having had anti-malarial drugs. President Trump doesn’t have rheumatoid arthritis or lupus. Those patients are most of the ones who take those drugs over long periods.

      Liked by 1 person

      • TwoLaine says:

        Correct, I agree, and while President TRUMP Is of interest in my question, I am more wondering about all the others who have taken or are taking the drug, whether it be for travel or RA, etc.

        Liked by 1 person

        • annieoakley says:

          I took hydroxychloroquine for one month when I studied Spanish in Costa Rica. Cheap, no side effects, and better than getting Malaria. The pharmacist who filled the prescription had malaria and told me it was awful, and comes back.

          Liked by 1 person

  35. Mo says:

    Cuomo appears to be trying to quash use of Hydroxy Cloroquine or at least trying to hoard the supply that the President sent him.

    “No pharmacist shall dispense hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine except when written as prescribed for an FDA-approved indication; or as part of a state approved clinical trial related to COVID-19 for a patient who has tested positive for COVID-19, with such test result documented as part of the prescription. No other experimental or prophylactic use shall be permitted, and any permitted prescription is limited to one fourteen day prescription with no refills.”


  36. TwoLaine says:

    My Pilllow founder, Mike Lindell has manufacturing operations in Connecticut, Massachusetts, North Carolina, in addition to his home base in Minnesota, and they are doing about 50k masks a day. 🙂

    Mike should put that on TV!

    Liked by 3 people

  37. Rebierocket says:

    I wonder what would happen if groups just began gathering pastures or farmfields or maybe even just the churchyard, sit in a big group of circles with their proper So-shall Distance, and held their church services right on?

    Meet with your local Sheriff and tell him you’re going to do that. “We will maintain our distance while we pray together.”

    Don’t ask him. Just tell him.

    And then do it.

    I would bet he would not say a word. He knows this extreme distance is hurting his community’s spirit.

    And then meet and pray.

    This is probably the most important time in a long, long time for people to be praying.

    It’s just a thought.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Jive Pawnbroker says:

      I live in the Columbus, OH area and my brother in law was telling me of a local church where the pastor was leading services from the church parking lot in a cherry picker while attendees listened in their cars parked in the lot by tuning in on the radio frequency the pastor was broadcasting his sermon on. A novel idea to work around a novel virus.

      Liked by 7 people

    • thehawkeyehoneypot says:

      I saw a group on a privately owned building lot yesterday all reading. They were bibles.

      Liked by 1 person

  38. burginthorn says:

    Whilst this Chinese Virus is running amok I’ve seen a few stories about UBI (Universal Basic Income) being touted as the answer to all our economic woes. Keep an eye out for this socialist propaganda, it seems to be gaining momentum with recent events.


    • “From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs.” The Soviets tried it on a very large scale, and gave it up. The Chinese are still a little ways behind them. What matters to society is not the income that you receive, but the work that you do to get it. No workee, no society.


  39. sunnyflower5 says:

    The NPR which awaiting a huge payday from the Chinese Virus Bill
    The same NPR that stated it will no longer cover WH press conferences.
    Now, inside trading. Par for the course.

    NPR’s Incoming Chief Dumped $10M In Stock Amid SEC Probe While At Prior Job, Records Show. It Could Signal Insider Trading, Experts Say

    Liked by 4 people

  40. Mo says:

    Interesting thread on loans from the Senate relief bill.


  41. jean0404 says:

    Where’s GrandmaCovefe? Haven’t seen or heard from her in a while.

    Liked by 1 person

  42. MicD says:

    The Chicoms – “Say Hello to our little friends”.


  43. Hans says:

    If you think you have problems/sac

    Think about Germany and all the Muslims… what happens whe the media says the Muslims are not getting the same treatment/testing as native Germans.. might just be that all those bombs going off in Sweden were practice.

    On a similar note the State Dept has repatriated all of the US peace Corps.. I wonder if they know something we don’t know. I would assume many of these people are already taking Chloroquine.

    I’m just trying to make sense out of all these 1000’s of small bits of information.. somewhere out there is a plan and people are pulling the puppets strings.. All these democrat Mayors and Governors closing down cities and states… is this the first step of the Globalist World Coup.


  44. lolli says:

    In my opinion, of course:
    Our economy was too strong, the jobless were too few, President Trump was just too successful to ignore. So, they needed a crisis to pass a bill they have been sitting on. Reminds me of 911 and the Patriot Act (which was also prewritten and waiting in the wings).

    A globalist attempted takeover of our country. Weaken us, divide us (down to our family units) oppress us, take away everything we have worked toward, then tell us they want to help us.
    This is all about OWO.
    Just so disgusted.

    Just eliminate the IRS, cia, fbi, etc… and forget about it. That would help us.

    Liked by 1 person

    • lolli says:

      By the way, guess who provided the blueprint for the Patriot Act.

      Phone surveillance program
      In 1992, Barr launched a surveillance program to gather records of innocent Americans’ international phone calls.[52] The DoJ inspector general concluded that this program had been launched without a review of its legality.[52] According to USA Today, the program “provided a blueprint for far broader phone-data surveillance the government launched after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.”[52]


    • StanH says:

      There are no coincidences. And the best question to ask is: “What wouldn’t they do?”

      Kung Fu Flu took care of (for now) the problems the globalist were having.

      Liked by 1 person

      • lolli says:

        Exactly. There is nothing they wouldn’t do. If this pandemic does not break us, there will be another one, but worse.


  45. Bigly says:

    This treehouse comment from previous post makes the most common sense to me – we have some die hard conservatives that need to think outside the balance sheet – trump needs to get re-elected, then bring our businesses home – we will be stronger in the end.

    A veto doesn’t get him re-elected – and at least all that voting crap and diversity junk is out!

    To everyone on here saying veto this bill (and not even read the bill) think about this. This country, at best, maybe equally divided, look how close the elections were in so many states. Trump needs the African american vote, the independents, the walk away dems, walk away union and the regular people who don’t like him but see he is doing a good job. He needs the economy to rebound quickly and look how the market has reacted the last 2 days. How do you think all the investors(again,all voters), especially the retired investors feel about that.

    Is this bill perfect, of course not, none are, and Trump said as much yesterday. The fact is there are a lot of hurting Americans who need help at this time (and these people vote), Whether you believe this is a real pandemic or not doesn’t matter at this point at least half the country does, as does most of the world. and states are shutting down, so Trump has no choice but to deal with this accordingly, And that includes a give and take politics/negotiations, whether you like it or not.

    There is a huge voting block that wants this bailout and Trump needs a good % of those to help him win in 2020.There is no doubt in my mind that if he veto’s this bill (which he wont) he can kiss his reelection goodbye and then what do we have. A smart president can’t just play to his base, he has to try to appease everyone. I’m just surprised so many fail to understand this. Like his song at his rallies, you can’t always get what you want, you get what you need. JMHO.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Publius2016 says:

      Can’t veto…can sign EXECUTIVE SIGNING STATEMENT…Use funds for THE WALL, not discriminate against EXECUTIVE BRANCH family! Why should Trump Organization or Kushner LLP be denied access to US INDUSTRY FUNDS!

      obvious discrimination against President and ALL FUTURE PRESIDENTS!


  46. Hans says:

    Obama trying to be relevant…tweeting after PDT presser for people to remain home… years ago there was some rumors floating arround he wanted to become head of the UN… I wonder what his future plans are…

    Liked by 1 person

  47. Rosie says:

    Nothing wakes up an electorate like a man-made crisis which severely inconveniences (at best) or financially ruins just about every person in a country. I believe Trump knew exactly what they were doing, decided “You want a pandemic? I’ll give you a pandemic” BUT with a 15-day end date — just enough time for a giant red pill. He holds those press conferences to allow the media to reveal themselves in front of huge captive audiences ironically created by the media themselves who pushed the panic and hysteria upon the people. How about the democrat governor denying chloroquine use in his state — think about the millions who were awakened by that one move. Even democrats want the medicine.

    Maybe this long drawn-out war with the globalist elites will end sooner than we all thought possible thanks to their own miscalculation of what people will tolerate (including democrat voters), Trump’s ability to use their own words and actions against them, and their inability to understand anything outside their bubbles.

    Liked by 4 people

  48. IGiveUp says:

    USA’s COVID-19 Death Rate Is Far Below The Rates In Italy & Spain

    Liked by 1 person

    • Less population density in most US areas than Italy and Spain (not NYC obviously), combined with more access generally to a higher average standard of care. Distance slows outbreaks, improving outcomes, whether you self-isolate voluntarily or it occurs naturally from having fewer residents per square mile.


    • Johnny Dollar says:

      The “death rate” metric being promoted by Zerohedge is wrong.

      The “death rate” is defined as total number who have died from the virus divided by the total number certified to have contracted the virus.

      Not virus deaths divided by population numbers.

      The correct US CV death rate now stands at 1.4%. The US CV death rate is much higher than the death rate of the flu, which is around .1% or less. That is why the “experts” are all agree the CV is more lethal than the “Flu.”


  49. IGiveUp says:

    China Just Sent 150,000 Test Kits To Prague And 80% Of Them Didn’t Work

    Liked by 3 people

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