Manufacturing Security is National Security – President Trump Appoints Peter Navarro to Head National Defense Production Act….

Oh, this is almost too much winning.  Almost…  President Trump has appointed White House Manufacturing Advisor Peter Navarro to lead all U.S. coordination of the Defense Production Act.   Just like that… presto… Navarro becomes a bazillion times more powerful than CoC President Tom Donohue.   Delicious.

WASHNGTON – President Trump announced Friday he is appointing his trade adviser Peter Navarro to serve as his national Defense Production Act policy coordinator after using the act to force General Motors to begin making ventilators to treat coronavirus patients.

“He’s a tremendous guy and he will do a fantastic job,” the president said during a press briefing with his coronavirus taskforce at the White House. He said Navarro will serve as the national Defense Production Act coordinator for the federal government. (link)

Peter Navarro has been a long-term China hawk warning about the risk of U.S. multinationals doing critical supply-chain manufacturing overseas.  Navarro, working closely with U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, has been the tip of the spear in the execution of America First policy and jobs.

This appointment, and these additional responsibilities, is a recognition for his efforts.

Flashback to 2019 when the Beijing/Wall Street lobbyist, Robert Zoellick, took an attack posture on behalf of his U.S. corporate clients and their investments in China.

Peter Navarro appeared on FOX Business’ with Lou Dobbs to rebuke Zoellick and Beijing claims about Trump’s trade policy:

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189 Responses to Manufacturing Security is National Security – President Trump Appoints Peter Navarro to Head National Defense Production Act….

  1. jeans2nd says:

    And that CN&N chick kicked Dr Navarro off her show just yesterday. She could have had a scoop. What fun…

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    • bertdilbert says:

      War on Drugs
      War on Terror
      War on Microbes

      Welcome to the Medical Industrial Complex.

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      • Orville R. Bacher says:

        With the Defense Production Act, the time is now, to cut China’s control of essential goods that the USA needs. Let them continue to produce trinkets.
        If President Trump does not strike now, while the iron is hot, then and only then will he be a failed President.
        As the President that rolls back 30 years of the stripping bare of America by former weak, corrupt Presidents, that succumbed to the U.S. Chamber of Chinese Commerce and “Free Trade” while the likes of Mitt Romney got rich by killing American jobs and factories, President Trump will become known as one of the top 5 American Presidents.
        Do it Mr. President, DO IT NOW.

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    • sysconfig says:

      Indeed She could have if she wasn’t defending China per CNN script..Like a scene in Capt America and Tony Stark ..President Trump has just Nationalized the Federal reserve! 😀

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      • MAGA Minuteman says:

        Those who can step back and look at the big picture (not get sucked into the hype vortex) can clearly see something is just not adding up here. There is somethiing more in play beyond a virus that by any actual accounts appears to be in line with the yearly flu.

        This appears to be a well orchestrated hit job on our VSG, the United States and we Deplorables, who are “mad as hell and are not going to take it anymore”.

        The huge Global Warming/Climate Change hoax is being shown for what it clearly is, a Hoax on a Global scale. I’m guessing this Corona Virus is an attampt at it’s replacement.

        Sundance and crew have done such a great job of painting the canvas that we can see how all the dots are connected and can step back and see the big picture. Thanks!

        One tell is the US Navy Hospital ships taking non-corona virus patients and leaving the local hospitals to take the corona patients. By doing this, there is no mystery of the surge vs capacity for local hospitals. As Sundance mentioned last week, how do know how close those hospitals are to reaching capacity, when we don’t know how full they were before the surge of corona cases? Our VSG just set the baseline by pulling any and all non-corona cases out of the equation. Those hospitals are now freed up to manage the corona outbreak (real or imagined) and those governors and mayors are left holding the corona virus bag. They own it lock, stock and barrel. No ability to conflate the facts and pump up fake hype. Just sunlight.

        Through steady leadership, our VSGPDJT and his team are fighting the hoax and hype by staying out in front of it. Time will show that this virus was one big MOAB, Mother Of All Bulls#it. We’ll see what happens.

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        • cattastrophe says:

          There are quite a few people saying covd-19 is just like the flu. I don’t know how they know that. Until we have at least a years statistics from covid-19 there is no way to compare it to flu. Three months of covid-19 statistics cannot be compared to years of statistics about the flu.

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          • Sharon says:

            “I don’t know how they know that.”

            They don’t know that. They say that because it gives them some greater sense of control over what might happen to them.

            When everybody (media/institutions/fb) screaming 24/7 about stuff that may or may not happen, people start doing whatever they have to do to keep walking……

            Ignorance is definitely not our friend, and pretending to know stuff we can’t know is not our friend either.

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            • 1nikao says:

              In times like these, denial is their superpower. It is a built-in mechanism that cattastrophe rightly describes as a sense of control over that which they have no control.
              It’s a means of being invincible when nobody can really protect your way of life. Suddenly, an invisible enemy that is killing thousands of people becomes an innocuous force that is barely a cold.
              I must admit that this is the most interesting response that I have seen come from this pandemic–extreme panic or extreme denial. Who would’ve thunk?

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          • MAGA Minuteman says:

            I’m assuming you are referring to the following from my post: “a virus that by any actual accounts appears to be in line with the yearly flu”.

            Notice how I didn’t say this virus is just like the flu. Read it again. I said “actual accounts appear” to be in line with the flu. That’s all we have to go on, actual accounts. I based my statement on what has been taking place in other countries who are weeks and months ahead of us on the outbreak, i.e. China, Italy and S Korea. I am also basing it on what the experts are saying.

            Notice how one of the major contributors to all the hype is walking back his statements from a few weeks ago. All the hype and “panda”monium was based on an initial assessment of 500,000 deaths in the US by someone from the WHO or UN (not sure which Global organization). Now that same person is saying it may be closer to 20,000 deaths. Those are his words, not mine. That’s a big difference, 500,000 vs 20,000.

            Considering we’ve already had 22,000 deaths in the US from the regular flu so far this year and we are still in flu season, the 20,000 deaths from Corona virus seems to be in line with the flu.

            Also, in the last day or so, both of President Trump’s Corona Task Force doctors, DR Birx and Dr Fauci, have said something similar in that Corona deaths appear now to be in line with a flu season. Again, not my words, theirs. Dr. Birx even chastised the media for all their erroneous reporting on this very issue.

            That in no way minimiizes the deaths that do occur from this virus. As the President mentioned when asked how many deaths from this virus are acceptable. He answered quickly and clearly: None.

            My caution is if the media are lying about this, then what else are they lying about and why? What’s the agenda? That’s why I mentioned above the concern of getting sucked into the vortex of hype. Need to separate fact from hype.

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        • Mist'ears Mom says:

          Who manufacturers the vaccines?

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          • skaebne says:

            There are no vaccines, and I hope there won’t be. It is extremely difficult to create vaccines for coronaviruses because the spike proteins change to fool the immune system the same way HSV does: About 60% of common colds are caused by a coronavirus; How’s the vaccine for the common cold worked out?

            In fact, China started working on a coronavirus “synthetic vaccine” (a SARS virus bioengineered to have mild effects while conferring immunity) after the SARS outbreak, which is why many people believed the Wuhan epidemic was a vaccine experiment gone bad. FWIW, when China tested its synthetic SARS vaccine, the side effects of the vaccine were indeed mild, but when vaccinated individuals were exposed to SARS, they all died from acute respiratory distress syndrome.

            Be very wary of an COVID-19 vaccine.

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            • Mist'ears Mom says:

              I would NEVER get a coronavirus vaccine…jus sayin. Wary is mild. The hype that has been created around this hoax and the millions of sheeple out there that will run out and get this vaccination thinking that somehow it will prevent them from dying is unconscionable. Meanwhile the CDC/big pharma will make billions off the scared crapless public.

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    • budklatsch says:

      He is the John Bolton of trade. What a hardass pick for the American worker and American business. MAGA!

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  2. Skidroe says:

    No one is talking about what will happen when China releases another virus. This was just a quick dry run. Or how we will stop it from happening again.

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    • Kaco says:

      If they kill us all, who will buy their sh__ or would have the money to?

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      • Even so, get ready to see MADE IN AMERICA again… the “plan” isn’t to continue buying their sh__, which really is SHIT. They make dog food that kills our dogs, drywall that makes us sick, and a virus that kills the elderly and weak/compromised.

        Then again, Xi knows his nation has been under the globalist bankster’s fiat fist as well and could end up working with our VSG President if he isn’t already. After all, our President is the King of The Art of the Deal, right? 😉

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        • Conservative_302 says:

          I have a sister who was born with an auto amune disease. She gets seriously ill all the time. Thankfully she was in the ICU suffering from sepsis when this virus came out. I believe she was the first person in TX tested since something like this would kill her. Because this virus hits me too close to home, I hope we bring all the manufacturing home. I don’t trust China period. Communist countries have no accountability.

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        • I am quite sure they are working together! As the last 5 years have taught us, there are horrible people and patriots in EVERY country. The President keeps saying, “they should have told us sooner, they did a very bad thing” and also “President Xi is a friend of mine, he’s doing a great job, we have a great relationship”. Meaning, it’s not the entire CCP as a monolith.

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      • They don’t care! They want our land for their billions of people.

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    • Linda K. says:

      We are ready now.

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      we are building the VIRUS HANDLER pipeline right now…

      we will enver have to worry about one again…

      even the population has been trained on the 15 day (will vary depending on virus) stay at home procedure, and they were TAUGHT they get PAID to do it..

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      • bessie2003 says:

        Also hoping that as well as training the individual State governors that it’s on them, not the federal government, to see their individual State’s needs come first before playing with the globalist agendas;

        step by step the President is re-aligning how this government works, from un-cluttering all the regulations, to streamlining and refocusing the tasks of the various agencies, when all is said and done

        main street will be back in business and the globalists won’t know what hit them.

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        • Super Elite says:

          Have you seen this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNflR2Ia7Hc
          The lies the MSM keep telling is scary. Much more scary than corona virus No wonder the liberal governors feel free to make up stuff as they go. And I’m serious as a heart attack. Every thing they report about this is that it’s all Trumps fault and the fault of us Nationalist Racist Bigots.

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          • The worst part about this is now they are pushing the exact opposite narrative “the administration sat on its hands and refused to prepare”. 180 degrees the opposite of what was actually happening. These people are sick!

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        • Sherri Young says:

          PDJT is running the Trump Leadership Institute and about to graduate some fine people. You can see some of the governors growing through the adversity. The situation is dark but several persons are shining.

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          • MelH says:

            Today during the afternoon Press Briefing, and during the signing of the Stimulus Pkg. he complicated the press, the FEW who showed up. He told them they were being fair lately and he really appreciated it. But he made sure they knew the fair folk were still too few.

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        • coldanger says:

          Yep, the socialist governors were all big and bold, thumbing their noses at Trump and federal law when they declared their states illegal sanctuaries. But now that they’re nowhere nearly prepared to fight this virus, it’s all Trump’s fault they didn’t do THEIR jobs…

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    • dawg says:

      They might not have to. Because of what we are doing, it may come back ten times stronger in the fall. By quarantining instead of allowing herd immunity to take root.

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      • joeknuckles says:

        This is what I keep trying to get across.
        I actually believe this is what the response team is trying to do by allowing some spread of the virus, but not too much at one time until they get a really good handle on what the numbers will be and what resources will be needed (and make sure we have them).
        I also believe they are afraid to say this out loud because it sounds callous. However, it’s obvious that most people don’t see this and think that the virus can be stopped completely by a total lockdown. That doesn’t seem possible to me.

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        • Sherri Young says:

          Herd immunity is nothing more than survival of the fittest. There will always be some exposure through people who were unaware that they were vectors. Infectious diseases frequently are transmissible prior to symptoms.

          You might be willing to inflict herd immunity if the extent of the hazards were well known, but not with a novel virus that quickly was recognized as a killer. Remember that the cases that resulted in serious illnesses and/or death were noticed before asymptomatic cases were documented.

          We might achieve a useful level of herd immunity if it turns out that COVID-19 might be easily treated using early intervention with hydroxychloroquine and zinc. There might not be a need for azithromycin if caught before the lungs become very involved. However, the affected persons might develop the necessary antibodies. If it would work, that scenario is more palatable to me than insisting on yet another vaccine.

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          • Telly says:

            If the apparatchiks in the federal government are prevented from slow walking the hydroxycholoquine cocktail cure from being produced in vast amounts America can be back to work by Easter

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      • Or, it might not come back at all!

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      • Conservative_302 says:

        Ok, here immunity may seem OK to you because you may be healthy. What about people who aren’t, and not all of them are over 80. They’d have a target on their head until there is a vaccination. I think the way they was doing this is saving a lot of lives.

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        • Mist'ears Mom says:

          A vaccination isn’t going to save anyone over 80 yrs old who gets this and/or is already unhealthy. The response to the illness is individual.
          It isn’t about getting vaccinated to create anti-bodies to fight a disease.
          People die of toxic shock/sepsis where there is an over reaction of the bodies immune system where the antibodies attack everything not recognizing the virus as a virus.
          ? has all the vaccinations people get every year created a possible immune system imbalance to cause over-reaction?
          Doesn’t seem that the CDC is concerned with this as it conflicts with their agenda & funding.

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          • cdquarles says:

            For some people, maybe yes. For others, no. Getting a natural infection is just a semi-controlled vaccination effort ;p. A real vaccination effort is more controlled. Just a thought.

            From a biological point of view, there is no such thing as survival of the fittest (who determines that and nature does not have an intellect; whereas God and man do; and part of the reason we are here, in my opinion, is to be the intellect the rest of nature requires, when intellectual action is needed (Dress the garden and keep it). There is survival of the fit enough, at a given here-and-now. Recall, past performance is no guarantee of future success.

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        • Telly says:

          You don’t need a vaccination if you get the virus and receive the hydroxychloroquine cocktail right away. The symptoms go away and you then have natural immunity. A vaccination is not the best solution.

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      • skaebne says:

        Herd immunity is a euphemism for “vaccines don’t work”.

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    • JohnCasper says:

      Assuming they did it by accident, the must be now thinking, “If we could do all this by accident, just think of what we could do on purpose”.

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      • Ass U Me. This was deliberate; however, it is very possible a much more fatal bioweapon could be released at anytime anywhere by anyone. Second however, America will be much better prepared.

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        • JohnCasper says:

          It’s an axiom that defensive weapons can never keep up with offensive weapons.

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        • Les D says:

          Bio-Labs, Level 4. Design specs must be approved by WHO. Chinks have 1–THIS one. USA has 22. Doesn’t much matter–there is enuf stuff in any 1 that could do us. If you are in that science called virology, these labs are unofficially called “Dual Purpose” Labs.

          One is what we hoped, study this stuff, find the vaccine. But #2 of Dual is: Learn how to increase it’s potency/ability to spread. The weirdos doing it daily under the guise of ‘it’s my job’, including our weirdos, call that part “Gain of Function”.

          Was China19 a test run to see how far it has Gained Function on this? They could care less if they kill off a million Chinks. Mao killed 44 million from ’58-62 in one of their other dim wit (like dim shit soup) ideas. You think I am coo-coo? Washington Post has summarized what history had already concluded, the #1 mass murderer was Mao. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2016/08/03/giving-historys-greatest-mass-murderer-his-due/

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          • Donzo says:

            Racial slurs, if allowed to stand on CTH, are like a virus that will injure the host. Totally unnecessary and frankly disgusting to speak in that fashion, Les D. Now, if you want to give the CCP hell, go to it.

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            • sturmudgeon says:

              Agree! Unnecessary.

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            • The Devilbat says:

              It may surprise you to learn that the Chinese have a lot of derogatory and racist terms for caucasians and blacks. They refer to black people as “shadows” as do the Japanese. Indeed, aside from racist terms, all non Chinese people in China are referred to as “Foreign Devils.” Lets get over all this PC crap. We live in a real world and the Chinese are NOT our friends. Who even gives a damn if we call each other names?

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            • DiogeneseVindicated says:

              Totally agree.

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            • J says:

              I agree donzo. I have little patience for racists. I hate China not Chinese.

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              • steph_gray says:

                Agree that it’s not the fault of their populace. We will all be far better off the day the Chinese population rises up and throws off their Communist dictatorship.

                MCGA

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      • skaebne says:

        Nobody creates a bioweapon accidentally, and COVID-19 is most definitely a bioweapon. Shortly after the publication of its gene sequence, several researchers discovered interesting features of its genome (which were immediately suppressed), such as the presence of a commercial gene-editing tool (pShuttle-SN) in a spike protein where gene sequences were found that appear in no other coronavirus — they were repurposed from HIV.

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    • El Torito says:

      Do you have any facts to support this?

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    • AustinHoldout says:

      Nor will anyone even show an open mind to the possibility that this virus was intentionally unleashed. All is the agencies assigned to think about those kinds of risks are either on China’s payroll or too far gone from TDS to do their damned jobs.

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      • The Boss says:

        AustinHoldout: There seem to be hints being dropped at the daily briefings of that very possibility, starting very early on. I can recall some asides about “blame” and “evil people in the world”, and very direct language like “wartime president”, “we’ve been attacked”, “silent enemy” and the like. And how about having to spend $2.2 trillion to prop up workers and the economy because they were harmed “through no fault of their own”?

        When the president lets his signature achievement – the economy – take massive blows from the assembled forces of globalism, the Deep State and the media, I think it’s reasonable to conclude the Chinese virus is a biological weapon attack. The attack may have gone awry, and a courier accidentally released the weapon in Wuhan, hence the spread into the EU from Chinese inhabitants of Northern Italy who visit Wuhan. NYC was in my view always the primary target. (How am I doing so far NSA peeps?)

        Who gains from this media-hyped panic? The assembled forces listed above. Who loses? We who voted for Trump, and the useful idiots who vote for democrat scum. A very Chinese outcome. Zero sum. We win. You lose. Except, China will take it in the shorts when this situation is resolved. Why? We have Yankee Ingenuity.

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  3. jmclever says:

    Even more Delicious because Navarro is not on the Chinese Communist Party’s payroll like Donohue.

    Heres a thought. Once the CCP is bankrupt, there can be no more politicians on their payroll. So ending the ChiCom’s economic warfare against us also drains the D.C. Swamp.

    Really smart, brilliant even!

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    • Ain’t it though?

      Brilliant, that is… imagine that.

      I ain’t no ways tired of winning Mr. President, bring me MOAR!!!

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    • margarite1 says:

      China forgot who their real customer was. We can take our business elsewhere.

      Unfortunately there will be repercussions that we probably won’t like.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Even the EU isn’t really humming along and fat with cash, so China’s big markets targets for grifting are drying up.

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      • Hutzpa says:

        As my daughter was growing up… I was aghast at the volume of plastic toy garbage we bought every Christmas and even every week. Mountains of stuff to pacify our hunger for “more”. One day it occurred to me that we were giving China our wealth and they were sending us “landfill”. Mountains and mountains of valueless landfill. Curse every Barbie and Bratz doll I was foolish enough to buy with precious money I worked so hard for… useless waste!! NO MORE!

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        • The Boss says:

          I think come Christmas 2020 there will be a lot more people who hold the same mindset as you.

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          • Judith says:

            And the “kiddos” crave junk made in CHINA because they are glued to commie tv just like their parents, generations reared on Commie sitcoms and cartoons and Hollyweird movies.

            Televisions with Commie programming ought to be declared a national security risk.

            Actually, it’s the idiots who sit transfixed in front of these blaring TVs who are the real national security risk. I have to carry earbuds where ever I go now, to block out the noise.

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        • FrankieZee says:

          I have a feeling that many people will start looking at where something was made and if it says Made in China they will be putting that item back on the shelf.

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          • Judith says:

            I’ve been boycotting products made by greedy, virtue- signaling corporations bent on “transforming” America into a global, commie collective like the EU.

            The New World Order is real.

            Nike, Target and Macy’s got my goat early on with their virtue-signaling grandstanding over respecting our American Flag and “borderless” women’s bathrooms.

            As we draw the battle lines between national sovereignty and Communist Totalitarianism, it would be extremely helpful to compile a list of MAGA brands to promote. Not very wise to support the New World Order corporations actively working to dissolve our Constitutional Republic.

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        • Interesting comment Hutzpa.

          One of my friends made a very insightful comment years and years ago about that very situation.

          She said that she had just come from her daughters house where she had been helping her daughter set up for a yard sale.

          She watched as her daughter set out all of the toys my friend had bought for the grand daughters over the years.

          My friend, the grandmother, had paid out top price $30 to $60 dollars for these very expensive FischerPrice and Mattel toys and the daughter was selling them only a few years later for a couple of dollars each.

          She watched as those toys were sold for pennies on the dollar at this yard sale and thought about the hundreds and hundreds of dollars she and her husband had invested in them and said “no more”.

          She did not know exactly what they were going to do for birthday and Christmas presents in the future but no more expensive toys that the kids only play with for a few months.

          I watched as those toys for kids went from $30 to $50 to eventually an amazingly $150 each when shopping for my own grand kids, parents and grandparents would pay this out if it was a “Disney” toy or something else like the Fischer Price which boasted their “quality”.

          All made in China of course.

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    • FrankieZee says:

      Something else is also happening behind the scenes that we are not aware of. Yesterday at the end of Trump answering questions from the Corrupt media, someone asked him about there being another round of bailouts. Trump said yes there will be and said something to the effect that we have plenty of money and it is OUR CURRENCY. I am starting to believe that we may have our CURRENCY RESET in the near future that will make the USA even bigger and better.

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      • Mist'ears Mom says:

        Ending the Federal Reserve bank…POTUS mentioned Blackrock very briefly yesterday…
        Meet your new fed chairman…Donald J Trump

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    • Fools Gold says:

      I agree. Have you noticed democraps surging in any poll? Hell No. Watch the polls after tax payers and small business receive their portion of the 2T. Trump earned the acronym VSGPDJT and has left the swamp drowning in his wake!

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  4. Zydeco says:

    Let’s defeat the Chamber of China.

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    • Doppler says:

      Good one, Zydeco. The CoCCP.

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    • swimeasy says:

      Well done Zydeco! Even though Navarro is a proven Wolverine, a silver lining of this virus is that it has brought the impact of globalist outsourcing of manufacturing up close and personal to all Americans, 60% of whom think this admin is handling this pandemic well.

      I suspect Navarro will have the support of Americans to bring back the manufacture of pharmaceuticals and health care equipment/components because of it, cutting CoC at the knees.

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  5. Hmm… who is going to replace Donahue when he steps down?

    From what? lol

    Kill it dead.

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  6. The knock on Navarro is that he “doesn’t play nice”. Always wants to go for the throat. Sic-em Boy!

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    • Ahhh, just the kind of “negotiator” PDJT likes. Remember early on China showed suprise at PDJT’s tough negotiating methods.

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      • noswamp says:

        Don’t forget, Donahue and the Dems/NEOCONS were privately giving China all types of advice, 1. Don’t give an inch, 2. If they put tariffs on China, stop buying from American farmers. etc.

        What all of them did not expect was how innovative and out of the box POTUS would be especially when it came to his supporters, farmers. When he gave farmers subsidies to compensate for the loss of purchases from China, NEOCONS and CoC and Dems were shocked and realized then that POTUS was not dancing to their Potomac song.

        Historic times demand historic presidents. We are fortunate we have one defending the American people for a change.

        BTW, who the hell is Donahue? /s

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  7. Vince says:

    President Trump won’t let this crisis go to waste either. And while the democrats can do a lot of damage, what they are doing is temporary. What President Trump will do is permanent.

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    • Bob Parker says:

      Outstanding & Extremely important point Vince!!

      President Trump with info & FACTS throws all of the mud right back @ the left & lately, they simply cannot keep up with him!! Delicious indeed Sundance!

      Consider how Fredo’s equally inept Gov Bro has been bitching about not getting ventilators from the Feds. All President Trump did was point out that the Feds HAVE BEEN sending ventilators to NY which the Gov has been HOARDING/STOCKILING.

      Now the Gov was forced to ADMIT that he HAS BEEN STOCKPILING but that THEY ARE NOT NEEDED YET as NY “has not yet reached its apex”.

      Please allow me to drill into this a bit because I have been learning much about ventilators here & elsewhere. You don’t just put ’em in a hospital & they’re all set to go! NO!! they require tubing & wiring. Not a simple installation by any stretch.

      Moreover you need certified TECHS & SUPPORT STAFF to operate & maintain/service the ventilators when in use!! Where do they come from gang?? No, Libs, they do not just grow on trees!! Ya gotta go recruit ’em & if they are fresh out of school, YA GOTTA TRAIN ’em as all of the schooling does NOT have the grads ready to perform competently upon their graduation.

      You can’t tell me that NY can’t begin triaging & assigning at least SOME of their stockpile to SOME of their hospitals considered to be in NY’s epicenter (e.g. NYC) RIGHT DAMN NOW!!. Get at least some of the stockpiled hardware into these hospitals, start the installations & MOST IMPORTANT BEGIN THE RECRUITMENT & most important TRAINING of the TECHS & maintenance staff needed to run/maintain these machines.

      And just for those keeping score of staff needed for these additional ventilators, consider this crude estimate: A certified tech is considered qualified to run/monitor 2 ventilators at a time, however, keep in mind that there are 3 shifts in hospital, so 1 tech * 3 shifts = 3 techs needed for every 2 ventilators. Also consider the 3 shift rule for those who service/maintain the ventilators.

      Let us consider the staffing needs for a hospital that receives 10 additional ventilators:

      5 techs + 5 service/maintenance staff for every 2 units * 5 Pairs of ventilators = 30 additional staff needed.. Question: how quickly can a hospital hire 1 person vs. now suddenly needing 30 additional people??

      Lastly, once installed, these ventilators require that their tubes be REPLACED periodically (to avoid infecting the patients), so NY better damn well plan for SUPPLIES for these additional ventilators!

      With President Trump deflecting Cuomo’s charges right back @ the Gov he not only exposes Cuomo as a LIAR, but President Trump has indirectly exposed just how woefully INEPT, INCOMPETENT, & HOW ILL-PREPARED Gov Cuomo is as this continues to unfold each & every day!

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      • Mist'ears Mom says:

        What about all those ventilators that were in use but the patient died or recovered? Has to be thousands freed up out there with what the 994 deaths and growing alone.
        What are they thrown away after 1 time use?
        Are all those “infected” on ventilators for months or weeks? I thought the recovery was within a 2 week period…
        I don’t get it…

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        • cdquarles says:

          Having operated machines like this (and today, you can cover them with single use plastic covers and don’t tell the greens ;p), operating them is simple. Minting a respiratory tech or nurses or doctors takes years. Nurses, doctors and others can all learn in a few minutes how to operate them. Manufacturing and maintaining the non-disposable parts is a different thing.

          In fact, today, you could almost make them sense-response automatons that require rather little human intervention. You would need reliable, full-time pulse oximetry or something equivalent plus the ability, within limits, to adjust ventilatory volume, pressure and oxygen concentration automatically.

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          • Mist'ears Mom says:

            That might make sense as far as not having enough people to operate…but doesn’t answer my ? about where are all the ones that were in previous use gone to?

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            • cdquarles says:

              That I can’t fully answer, other than to say the machine doesn’t go anywhere out of the facility unless it fails or was borrowed from another facility. The parts like the hoses and masks get thrown away.

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    • The Boss says:

      Well said Vince!

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  8. Drexel says:

    I think you have an interesting perspective Skidroe. Perhaps a shot over the bow if you will. Like inexplicably shooting a satellite out of space in order to make a statement regarding capabilities. Implement tariffs, see what happens.

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    • ABN says:

      Skidroe is a realist. China may have already vaccinated 1/2 of it’s population against something far more lethal that they are going to release next. Why vaccinate only 1/2 of their population? Because when the virus hits it will look like it is hitting them just as badly. In six months, after most of the rest of the world is dead, the will have a healthy population of 800 million ready to go.

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  9. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “President Trump has appointed White House Manufacturing Advisor Peter Navarro to lead all U.S. coordination of the Defense Production Act. Just like that… presto… Navarro becomes a bazillion times more powerful than CoC President Tom Donohue.”

    Romans 8:28 KJV

    And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

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    • joshashland says:

      And if I’m reading the signing statement or is it an EO? the Fed is no longer the all powerful entity it was yesterday. But I’ll wait for someone more knowledgeable in government speak double check me.

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  10. freepetta says:

    Yes!! Yes!! Yes!! We LOVE ❤️ winning and PDJT!

    Liked by 8 people

  11. Kaco says:

    I did something kind of uselss today, called the regional Chamber of Commerce that covers my area, Great Lakes region, since the national doesn’t have a receptionist or operator to take calls, only if you know your party’s extension. Anyway, they guy answered, “This is Ryan.” No identification or nothing. I asked if I had the right number, yes, and then if this is the Great Lake chamber of commerce, yes. I then proceeded to air my grievances, especially on the pharmaceutical and medical supply chain, as well as Tom’s love of illegal aliens and even rebuked their website saying “Standing up for America” and how they are for workers, etc., when they are for no such. I went on a little bit but I told them I am done being subjected to China and that they are a Communist totalitarian regime and we will get our manufacturing out of there. He didn’t say much but I told him what Tom Donahue said on the other Sundance article. I can’t say all verbatim what I said but you get the gist, but that they not interfere with bringing our manufacturing of products back to the USA for national security.

    Liked by 23 people

    • Linda K. says:

      What did he say to all that?

      Liked by 2 people

    • X XYZ says:

      “This is Ryan.”
      Um… Was it Paul Ryan?

      Liked by 8 people

      • Mo says:

        Exactly the person i saw in my mind when i read someones comment above “who’s gonna replace Tom Donnahu”. Paul Ryan sneeky smarmy evil little bastid.

        Liked by 2 people

    • peace says:

      I did something possibly useless today, but President Trump inspired me to do it. As a proud GM car owner, I emailed mary.barra@gm.com and let her know that I read her biography online and noticed that her actions regarding ventilators certainly don’t reflect the pretty picture of her online profile. I told her (and I’m sure she’ll be upset) that she ought to be ashamed of herself for failing to keep her promises and NOT stepping up to the plate to help her fellow American citizens in a time of crisis. Shame on her!! I just may buy a Ford next time around.

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      • X XYZ says:

        Did you read what her salary, bonuses and perks add up to ? If you discover her net worth and those annual items are, please post them here.

        I doubt that she’ll be upset – and she certainly will not shamed by you, nor by anyone. Powerful people in high positions don’t have any shame.

        Maybe you might receive a nice boilerplate letter from GM in response to your e-mail? They usually do that, to subdue disgruntled owners of their products.

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    • WSB says:

      Perfect!

      I hope he knows all local and state CoC dues goes to China!

      Liked by 1 person

  12. RJ says:

    Gretchen “Half” Whitmer LOL

    Liked by 27 people

  13. Harvey Lipschitz says:

    I ain’t no ways tired of winning Mr. President,
    I wish he nest board meeting for GM went live. They may oppose their CEO and her sassy attitude and stunt.

    Liked by 4 people

  14. pristach says:

    Zoellick is on the board of directors of Twitter. See how it’s not all Dems aligned. It’s the GOP too, or what remains of them. Globalists the like.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. Stillwater says:

    I remember the messaging POTUS gave the Chinese during trade negotiations.
    Sometimes Trump would have Navarro at the table or in the news when he wanted to make the point, sometimes he would keep Navarro in the background.

    Giving Navarro this power sends a strong message both home and abroad. I’ve been waiting for him to be given more power for a while. Well deserved.

    Liked by 21 people

    • Jan says:

      I say this a lot. Pres. Trump put together the best trade team ever. They all have the ability to negotiate, they know the outcomes they want, trade rules, etc. Each of them are unique & super art

      Navarro is an excellent pick. He’s the antithesis to the swamp.

      Liked by 11 people

      • Missy says:

        It always amazes me how patient he is with everybody’s rudeness to him… Dobbs (hugely rude, always telling Navarro to go more quickly, then talking over him and cutting him off), Asman (tonight), and those other MSM. He is always polite and patient. So glad to see him vindicated in this.

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  16. Uncle Max says:

    They never thought Trump would shut down flights from China. They never thought he’d react to their death-models. That’s why the CDC was caught flat-footed. Trump acted and they were just politicking. He called the scientists bluff.

    He’s done everything they’ve demanded he do… taking their warnings at face value; implementing the more dire and dramatic shutdown of a economy ever. Nothing has gone according to plan for the media, the left, the NeverTrumpers or the Democrats. Good times.
    And this appointment is a VERY welcome message from the top… he’s cognizant of the position he’s been placed in and is gonna likely do some stuff.

    Liked by 28 people

    • islandpalmtrees says:

      Please don’t forget about those factories moving back to america from China. Need to get those pharmaceuticals protected.

      Liked by 13 people

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “the scientists”

      There are scientists and there are welfare queens in white lab coats. I think the federal government is infested chock full of the latter. All looking for some government “grant” (handout) to “study” some preposterous idea.

      Millions of dollars wasted on “research”. An example I just heard today was a study to find out what happens when you give ethyl alcohol to primates. There has been an annual list of wasteful spending by the federal government for a decade or two now. The name of the lawmaker(s) or organization escapes me.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Ninja7 says:

        Deplorable _Infidel, You are absolutely correct, Unfortunately.
        I am going to repurpose the welfare queens in white coats, 🤔🤔

        Liked by 2 people

      • Mo says:

        It makes them slur when they talk.

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      • WSB says:

        How long have these two drugs been known to treat corona?

        Why do I think there are more that our President will expose?

        I mean, can you imagine taking a $5 pill to avoid colds and man-killing Chinese bio-weapon viruses each September, rather than having an expensive $35 flu shot?

        Some people may have been keeping this quiet. For a very long time.

        Liked by 3 people

        • cattastrophe says:

          Can’t say you speculation is wrong but to many scientist, medical specialist and other in the field ignore this and vitamins and any other thing that isn’t a developed drug for vaccines. I think for most it’s a way of thinking not a deliberate effort to keep less expensive means unavailable.

          I am not one of those people who think polio should have been left to natural selection though. Vaccination has it’s place we just need to get total control over it so people can trust it again.

          Liked by 2 people

          • WSB says:

            I completely understand your point, but this drug WAS created for Malaria, so covid viruses would also be part of an exploration group, no?

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      • Patrick Healy says:

        Well Depolrable the single greatest example of “experts” giving “scientific” advice which has been proven to be 100% wrong is the global warming cult.
        Then they need more taxpayers money for “further studies”
        This is an international issue – most of it started here in Britain.
        Keep strong – keep safe and God Bless.

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  17. sDee says:

    Is there another dimension to this?
    Zephyrbreeze posted this link on another thread…………….

    The Fed’s Cure Risks Being Worse Than the Disease

    In other words, the federal government is nationalizing large swaths of the financial markets.

    This scheme essentially merges the Fed and Treasury into one organization. So, meet your new Fed chairman, Donald J. Trump.

    In effect, the Fed is giving the Treasury access to its printing press.

    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/feds-cure-risks-being-worse-110052807.html

    Liked by 6 people

    • TreeClimber says:

      Wasn’t it always supposed to be the federal government that had the power to issue currency?

      Liked by 5 people

      • GrandpaM says:

        You are right, TC. If I remember correctly the Congress is supposed to be in charge of the monetary policy of the US. Of course, the lazy parasites passed the buck to a private entity.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Ninja7 says:

        TreeClimber, Believe that the last time a Central Bank came into being was under Wilson in 1913 IIRC.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Kennedy tried issuing US currency and best I recall it didn’t work out too well for him. It was recalled by the Treasury shortly after his death. Pull any bill out of your wallet and read the top. We call it money but it is just an IOU (unsecured note) payable to the FED, a private corporation.

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        • I’ve been trying to understand how the fed works, how it could print money, and this makes it nice and clear. How it could it be a private organization that prints money. It is An Early example of congress evading responsibility and accountability.

          It really makes cents! (pun intended 🙂

          “Pull any bill out of your wallet and read the top. We call it money but it is just an IOU (unsecured note) payable to the FED, a private corporation.”

          Every article that mentions the Fed needs to include your great simple explanation.

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          • The feral reserve prints fiat money, loans it to the “government” with ridiculous rates and taxpayers pay that interest. That’s why they always assign a dollar amount to each individual taxpayer claiming they owe “$7,890.00” to balance the books blah blah blah.

            What is taken in by the extortion service doesn’t even cover the debt. It was created to keep us paying them while they stole through inflation as well and so we didn’t have the kind of money to fight back etc.

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      • Of course it was, and as I have been saying for all of my adult life KILL THE FED. It is the number one killer of America as founded and destroyed our liberty.

        That’s why President Trump has done this, as was his goal from the beginning. Remember, he’s not just a builder, he’s an awesome renovator too!

        He is returning us to our roots and will do so with metals backing of our currency once he lets the fed fail here while holding all the debt, including all the bonds they just took onto their “books”. As if those are real, when it comes to fiat money and 1s and 0s.

        This 6 trillion or whatever it turns out to be is a drop in the bucket compared to what the Fed has STOLEN from us since it promised us it would be the one thing that could stabilize forever the American economy. SPIT!

        Liked by 5 people

        • WSB says:

          Why do I think President Trump stole the Coronacollusion from his enemies?

          Liked by 2 people

        • Mist'ears Mom says:

          Andrew Jackson, Lincoln & Kennedy all tried to end the Fed. POTUS loves Andrew Jackson.
          From Bloomberg:
          “In just these past few weeks, the Fed has cut rates by 150 basis points to near zero…that wasn’t enough to calm markets, though-so the central bank also announced a $1 trillion a day in repurchase agreements and unlimited quantitative easing, which includes a hard-to-understand $625 billion of bond buying a week going forward.
          But it’s the alphabet soup of new programs that deserve special consideration as they could have ‘profound long-term consequences for the functioning of the fed…”
          What does this mean? In essence, “the Treasury, not the Fed is buying all these securities” and backstopping of loans…
          The Fed hired Blackrock, Inc to purchase these securities and handle the admin of the SPV’s on behalf of the owner, the Treasury.”

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  18. islandpalmtrees says:

    Dr Navarro appointment – Oh, that’s going to chaff. I wonder, if it’s going to leave marks?

    Liked by 7 people

  19. JohnCasper says:

    “Manufacturing Security is National Security”

    Well, that sure beats saying staying in Afcrapistan for another 18 1/2 years is National Security. Or spending tens of trillions on nonexistent global warming is nation security. About the only thing more important to National Security than Manufacturing Security is Voting Security so the DemoFascist party doesn’t steal the next election.

    Liked by 17 people

  20. A2 says:

    Stealth attack 👍. One major thing Mr Navarro understands is that the CCP lies. Start from there and keep calm and carry on.

    Liked by 8 people

  21. jus wundrin says:

    What is really going on in China? Massive funeral pyres where their gubment is just hanging on a thread? They kicked the friendly US MSM out, so me thinks there is something bad.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Wendy says:

      I follow a couple of Korean you tubers in China. CCP isn’t as united as it seems. There has been infighting for power among three powerful factions. Xi and his faction made lots of powerful enemy within China when they started to get rid of oppositions in the fight against so called corruption. There’s even a rumor that this virus was purposely released to weaken the Xi’s power.

      Liked by 4 people

    • A2 says:

      If you think the border states to NY are tough, take a PRC looksee

      Liked by 3 people

  22. mugdiller says:

    Navarro got cut off by CNN telepromter reader this week – that goes to the top of the resume.

    Liked by 6 people

  23. Jlwary says:

    Call me crazy, but I just sent an email to FEMA asking of they could look into the lack of PPE in MA. It just doesn’t make sense. Does what Governor Baker says here make sense?

    https://whdh.com/news/gov-baker-frustrated-as-call-for-ppe-strengthens-supply-dwindles/

    Wouldn’t FEMA be able to help in this regard?

    Maybe I could email Navarro? 😁

    Liked by 2 people

  24. cheryl says:

    Sounds like Cuomo lied about about prisoners making hand sanitizers. Maybe this new guy can investigate.
    “…. they are doing nothing more than taking existing hand sanitizer and rebottling it into packaging labeled NYS Clean.”

    https://clashdaily.com/2020/03/uh-oh-cuomo-prison-workers-say-that-they-are-not-making-hand-sanitizer-touted-by-the-governor/

    Liked by 5 people

    • JohnCasper says:

      That’s kind of like taking tap water and putting it in bottles labeled “Spring Water”

      Liked by 6 people

      • peace says:

        yes, like Dasani water from Georgia

        Liked by 3 people

        • TreeClimber says:

          Really? Dasani does that? I can’t say I’m surprised, I hate Dasani. It always leaves me thirstier than when I started drinking it.

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          • The magnesium sulfate that is added is a drying agent, bet you need another bottle. The potassium chloride and the salt do not sound like thirst quenchers either.

            Liked by 1 person

            • TreeClimber says:

              I find I like the Great Value and Sam’s Choice waters best, and one that my husband used to get when he worked for Google that’s not available to the general public.

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          • Mist'ears Mom says:

            Get a reverse osmosis system to stop buying bottled water, or get an inexpensive ozone machine that will purify any water and has a million other good uses.
            IMO plastic is the scourge to our planet we should not be wasting $$ to buy plastic bottles of water…

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    • X XYZ says:

      And somebody’s brother in law is manufacturing the bottles. Another cousin is printing the labels. The contracts are laundered through several different laws firms, too. Strictly legit. It’s ‘all in the family’.

      Liked by 2 people

    • scrap1ron says:

      Some of that existing hand sanitizer is from a stockpile the State had since the 2009 Swine Flu episode. The NYS Dept. of Corrections used to give it to us, along with packages of alcohol wipes, for officers and staff who had to deal with the inmates. I still have a small bottle and some wipes in my old work duffel bag. What Guv Andy seems to forget is that since HE started a group punishment crack down on all Corrections Officers after the 2015 escape from Clinton Correctional Facility, and refused to accept any responsibility for HIS policies that contributed to that incident; the vast majority of officers hate his guts. His leadership skills are less than zero. Pay back is a b*tch, Andy.

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  25. Ray Runge says:

    A moment of Winning for the Trump Administration and the USA.

    Navarro is both clear eyed in strategic vision and abundantly talented to deal with the ear bud press morons. Yippy aye yo .kai yea.

    Liked by 6 people

  26. Sharon says:

    I really like having Navarro with a bazillion times more power than Tom Donahue.

    Very nice.

    Liked by 13 people

  27. Crying for respirators that rarely change the outcome but do help make people comfortable,

    I have a PERFECT job opportunity as upward mobility for CoC President Tom Donohue ….
    appointed by POTUS Trump as the CZAR to be in charge of …….
    The New American Iron Lung Company ….
    and their company motto can be ….

    Why panic and struggle to breathe?
    Resting comfortably in the user friendly
    Cadillac of Iron Lungs,
    The New American Iron Lung ….
    You too can die quietly,
    and take your last breath long after you are gone.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gplA6pq9cOs The Last Polio Survivors

    https://gizmodo.com/the-last-of-the-iron-lungs-1819079169

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  28. Stephen F. Paul says:

    Democrats are not going to be happy when this is over ,right now they think they are smart and they’re going to try and hang all kinds of crazy stuff on trump . like making negative adds that make it look like he didn’t respond that well to this crisis. plus they are trying to take advantage of the crisis. But when it’s over and trump gets reelected in the fall it’s going to be a whole new ball game!
    We’ll see who the Chinese Cheer leaders are then. DiFi’s Chinese Spys will have to go on unemployment. This is going to guarantee a lot of jobs coming back to the USA for national security reasons. And you can bet trump will make sure there is a plan in place in case something big hits us again. He’s not going to take the money and go buy solar panels like some clowns did.

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  29. Fools Gold says:

    Hey SUNDANCE I nominate you to be the Zar for approving the Feds 4T distribution to these wonderful corporate giants. I’m sure a few here would be happy to work under you and advise….Lord help us but I’d prefer to hear it before the fact than after. Just saying…

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  30. mtk says:

    How simple can it be!!!

    The USofA(at writ large) must come to terms with the need to produce its own strategic needs. It is that simple.
    Otherwise, and not withstanding arguments to the contrary, “How can we(as a Nation) assert our independence as a First Tier world power, with all that entails in freedom of action.

    I say we can not!

    More specifically, if the Global agenda of interconnected economies are the right path forward, then the global economies of scale(inate resources vs inate capacity) must endeavor to address the top tiered macro questions that arise.
    It’s a concurrence of policy and special interests we as a Nation have not faced before.

    At the current policy level and it is my position that vested interests see this as the challenge and recognize it as athem to their short sighted interests of immediate gain.

    Namely, the inate capacity of our Nation to meet its needs is being quashed to satisfy some efficiency model of scale as meaured by net capital outcomes. In other words it may be cheaper produce off shore in the short term, yet in the long term the intangible costs far surmount the advantages.

    Basically, when boiled down to “wall street” vs “main street” economics, the divergences that crop up, identify a pressing need that our Nation’s inert capacity to produce its own societial needs is woefully operating at under capacity.

    MAGA is THE correction policy that is not beholden to the globalism belief that affording short term measures to bottom line outcomes serve our National Interests in the long term.
    Interests that are measured by a globalist world view that wealth creation and dispersion, serve a global agenda theory of mitigating CONFLICT (with the Altantic Charter being the grandaddy of this societal theory)

    That is all fine and dandy, until you realize Global Conflict has not subsided, which was the measurable intial aim of globalism tendancies.
    Now I am of the opinion that the Net result of this marco enconomic policy has not been in vain, it is just that some how that grand aim has been perverted to serve the very interests that were sought to be down played in the first place.
    It is very Intesting, that the perverting alignments are the very same interests that have problems with MAGA economics.

    This is way above any 101 economic study, more like economics 501 plus PhD dissertation level of understanding.

    What I am saying, is that much of our National Economic Posture is governed by an unquestioned logicalogical and Idealistic belief that the World at large is better served by eviscerating our own interests towards global self intersts.

    Again that is fine and dandy in theory, as long as outcomes can be measured long the lines that it is working. The crux of the matter that is it is not, and the challenges to this world order that it is not, serve to under score the many voices rallying against the MAGA realignment. They are all have vested interests and careers built on seeing this status quo preserved.

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  31. I don’t know if they always do, but both of these men wore prominent American flag lapel pins through this interview.

    Feels good to think those in charge are actually pro-American rather than the opposite.

    Liked by 6 people

  32. Sherri Young says:

    China has Venezuela in a debt trap. There is a credit facility of some kind in the 10-figure region by which Venezuela (Maduro) pledged oil for cash they needed to try to bring back some oil production and transportation infrastructure. Placing a price on Maduro’s head and on other members of his cabal could turn off that tap to China. The timing for the unsealing of the Maduro cabal indictment certainly is interesting since it should add to the pressure against China.

    Venezuela needs a debt reset. It will be a fine day when Maduro is gone and the people of Venezuela get to quit being China’s debt slaves. I’d love to see Navarro have input into our dealings with Venezuela since that piece should fit well with what he will be doing about / with China.

    Liked by 3 people

  33. noswamp says:

    Once Maduro is gone so is the debt trap. Trump will see to it.

    Liked by 3 people

  34. Sammy Hains says:

    But can Navarro order Tom Donohue’s arrest and indefinite detention in the name of National Security?

    I think that’s the question on everyone’s mind tonight.

    Liked by 2 people

  35. Rynn69 says:

    Thank you, Dear Lord. We are eternally grateful, Dear Lord. Continue to hear our prayers, Dear Lord. Infuse in these mighty men of valor (our President and his America First team within and without the government) supernatural strength and victory in defeating and destroying the enemy and evil within and without our government. In Jesus Name We Pray. Amen.

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  36. Colleen conrad says:

    Why don’t you just leave your cell phone home. Problem solved

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  37. This makes me smile bigly!!!
    Play stupid games win stupid prizes. After General Motors was bailed out of absolute failure as a company, this is how they repay the American taxpayers now in need !
    What a great display of patriotism General Motors…. we won’t forget your greed and willingness to help voluntarily the country that built you!
    My grandfather is turning over in his grave… because he would never buy anything but American made cars! If he were still alive, he’d never buy another GM product again!

    Liked by 1 person

  38. pochas94 says:

    I hope Trump’s brain trust is working on how to help Xi get rid of the Communists.

    Like

  39. abel says:

    this is a great move and Navarro is an extremely capable man. We need trump to appoint more Navarro’s.

    Like

  40. SEDeuceTER says:

    Turns out the White Hats know how to never let a crisis go to waste too….

    Like

  41. Perot Conservative says:

    Why is Elmhurst hospital in Brooklyn overwhelmed?

    Will the media report the four close proximity hospitals which closed? Two were Catholic. Unpaid medical bills.

    What did three Democrat Governors do to fix it?

    And what percentage of unpaid bills came from illegal immigrants?

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      And how did a ventilator go from $10,000, to $25,000, to $40,000?

      Some may be natural supply / demand price increases.

      Is China using extortion? American greed?

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