President Trump Invokes Defense Production Act Taking Control of 3M Production…

I’m not a big fan of government nationalizing private industry; but sheesh, if these multinationals won’t put America First during a crisis, then it becomes needed. It didn’t take long for 3M to chase profits over patriotism, and end up in hot water:

…”The Secretary, through the Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (Administrator), shall use any and all authority available under the Act to acquire, from any appropriate subsidiary or affiliate of 3M Company, the number of N-95 respirators that the Administrator determines to be appropriate.”…

[White House] SUBJECT: Order Under the Defense Production Act Regarding 3M Company

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including the Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended (50 U.S.C. 4501 et seq.) (the “Act”), it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Policy. On March 13, 2020, I declared a national emergency recognizing the threat that the novel (new) coronavirus known as SARS-CoV-2 poses to our healthcare systems. In recognizing the public health risk, I noted that on March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization announced that the outbreak of COVID-19 (the disease caused by SARS-CoV-2) can be characterized as a pandemic.

I also noted that while the Federal Government, along with State and local governments, have taken preventive and proactive measures to slow the spread of the virus and to treat those affected, the spread of COVID-19 within our Nation’s communities threatens to strain our Nation’s healthcare systems.

I further noted that, to ensure that our healthcare systems are able to surge capacity and capability to respond to the spread of COVID-19, it is critical that all health and medical resources needed to respond to the spread of COVID-19 are properly distributed to the Nation’s healthcare systems and others that need them most at this time. Accordingly, I found that health and medical resources needed to respond to the spread of COVID-19, including personal protective equipment and ventilators, meet the criteria specified in section 101(b) of the Act (50 U.S.C. 4511(b)).

Sec. 2. Presidential Direction to the Secretary of Homeland Security (Secretary). The Secretary, through the Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (Administrator), shall use any and all authority available under the Act to acquire, from any appropriate subsidiary or affiliate of 3M Company, the number of N-95 respirators that the Administrator determines to be appropriate.

Sec. 3. General Provisions. (a) Nothing in this memorandum shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

(i) the authority granted by law to an executive department or agency, or the head thereof; or

(ii) the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.

(b) This memorandum shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.

(c) This memorandum is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.

DONALD J. TRUMP

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213 Responses to President Trump Invokes Defense Production Act Taking Control of 3M Production…

  1. Zydeco says:

    Great, decisive action but Democommunists to spin story into “excess of capitalism”, “greedy capitalist s”, etc.

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    • QuiAudetVincit says:

      The headlines should be “greedy globalist multinational reverted to nationalist production” but they won’t be

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      • BocephusRex says:

        And a “F-U DONAHUE” footnote

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      • Glass Onion says:

        AS POTUS said today, things are backwards now. Or words to that effect, and what you point out is another example. The progs should be on this like a duck on a biscuit.

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      • Orville R. Bacher says:

        President Trump has to use the Defense Production Act as the catalyst to bring 100% of critical industries back.
        For crying out loud, you can’t even buy American made hand tools or fasteners (screws, bolts, nails etc). Once great American-made brands are all made in China.
        “Free Trade” was always the head-fake for the U.S. Chamber of Chinese Commerce to sell out American factories, jobs, and families.
        Now look what this has wrought.

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  2. SD2020 says:

    well that was quick, the pres dont mess about! Just saw this on Tucker about 3M selling masks for cash to foreign countrys and SHAZAM a bolt of lightning from 1600 penn ave.

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  3. thedoc00 says:

    Want see something fascinating. Type 3M Corporation into any search engine. Big Tech was actually covering for their own on the “news front”. The search request cam up with allot news stories about 3m working so hard to meet demand that they were overwhelmed and could not meet demand in the US.

    Gee. guess what all the hyped stories were at that same time across the media boards …NO masks, too much demand.

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  4. booger71 says:

    I am more afraid that the Democrats, if they ever get the presidency again, they will use a national emergency to take over gun manufacturers.. saying a Republican did it first

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    • JohnCasper says:

      And that will only be one part of their first ten item plan.

      Liked by 4 people

      • TheWanderingStar says:

        The next part of their plan then should be to purchase a lot of PPE of the bullet proof variety.

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        • This We Defend says:

          When they’re ready, I think I can get ’em a line on a dealer holding a warehouse full of never issued Soviet BA that ol’ Saddam had purchased for his Republican Guard. We got to ‘field trial’ several batches of them, at varying distances, in 1st Gulf War. Can attest to their superior protective abilities…honest Abe!
          TWD

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    • MTeresa says:

      It will be Civil War………….part two.

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      • Zydeco says:

        There will not be civil war. Not even a dozen persons showed up in Washington, DC to support POTUS during impeachment and even less are expected for this suspension of rights and Impeachment 2.0.

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        • frankmystery says:

          Nobody can, we all need to work nonstop to keep the hamster wheel turning. It’s a genius system the elite have created over 2000 years. Nearly all civic unrest or protests are bought. It’s been a long time since we’ve seen an organic one. People are comfy, idiocracy comes to mind, sadly, when I think of modern society.

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          • Granite says:

            We need to petition to get back to work for all healthy people.

            The vulnerable can shelter in place. Healthy people had a cfr of .9% in China. They had a negligible effect on the hospitals as it’s rare that healthy people need ICU.

            No reason to allow any further collapse of the economy.

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          • Orville R. Bacher says:

            @frank
            Beg to differ. The system was “genius” when the perception was “we are all in it together”. Now the system is very fragile, when we see our supposed elite strip us of our jobs, families and self-respect.
            You may or may not ever see blood in the streets, but if our Globalists, disguised as Americans, don’t get back to America first, then the consequences (use your imagination) are (ahem) unimaginable.

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            • frankmystery says:

              Half the country will disagree, that’s inevitable, but it’s still working regardless. People are doing the shaming to each other to keep people in line. The division is extreme. People are too comfy to offer any major retaliation, sad truth, it’ll need to get ALOT WORSE to even offer a glimpse of hope to get a proper moment started. The best method we can do in there meantime is relentlessly put the truth out there. If we can wake up liberals and conservatives then we might have a chance. As long as left is vs right, rather then we the people vs corrupt government, they win.

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        • jumpinjarhead says:

          I agree—those who talk, rarely act in my experience with participation in armed conflict.

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          because it didnt work…

          talk with reality involved and not defeatist… you can win ( you are winning), and you know if they removed him there would be massive disruption.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Just one more reason to destroy the Dem Party- as if we need one more.

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    • trnathens says:

      He already took care of that by setting a precedent when he declared that gun stores and ranges are “essential businesses”, NATIONALLY.

      Liked by 5 people

      • jumpinjarhead says:

        Sadly, only “guidelines” that any dimocrat governor or mayor can ignore as they are in fact now doing in various areas across the US.

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        • trnathens says:

          Then it’s Governor’s taking those rights away, Democrat governor’s. Again, exposing THEMSELVES for voters to see.

          At THIS POINT, if we the voters are dumb enough to elect someone we THINK might take guns, then that’s on us, not on PDJT.

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          • Pale rider says:

            You wave your gun rights for medical pot, hmmm.

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          • jumpinjarhead says:

            As to your last paragraph, there are those many Americans in the great “middle,” while I cannot say with certainty what % are “dumb,” I do think a very high % are “ignorant,” and of those, many willfully so, preferring instead to while away their time indulging their myriad more important passions, from sports to “fake reality” shows about tigers and the like. As such, I think they are ignorant, and possibly dumb, enough to vote for whoever catches their attention, such as it is, regardless of what that politician may do to their Constitutional freedoms.

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            • trnathens says:

              And that’s why a Democratic Republic requires work to participate and keep going. Empires fall because people get lazy, complacent, ignorant, and apathetic. They cede more and more power and control to the government, and absolute power corrupts absolutely, so the “Republic” cannot withstand a death by a thousand cuts, which is the result of all the corruption.

              Hopefully PDJT acted in time to stop the blood-letting, and wake-up those who are willfully blind.

              It’s not an excuse to say we’re too busy working to know what’s going on. What’s the point of working hard if at the end of the day the Republic is worse off than when we started?

              WORK HARD ON THE REPUBLIC, and our businesses will take care of us.

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              • jumpinjarhead says:

                All that was of course the conditional aspect embedded in our government and economy by our prescient Founders. Many of them referred to this foundational and absolutely vital participatory element as being “virtuous” citizens. Importantly, this term also assumed that this “virtue” was the natural result of the citizenry’s continued belief in, and adherence to, Judeo-Christian moral and spiritual values, both as individuals and corporately.

                It is this aspect of our nation that has literally fallen apart before our eyes, with ever-worsening “new normals,” each of which casts off another moral and spiritual restraint on our base human nature that our Founders knew so well from both the Bible and the hard experience of history and feared so much as the cancer that could destroy their new creation of the Constitutional Republic.

                As they feared, we as a people have incrementally stripped away the hedge of morality and faith that both protected us and provided the “virtuous” human foundation upon which all other aspects of our society and its government depended.

                This sad state of affairs accelerated in the 1960s-70s as more and more Americans became “enlightened” by casting off the “old restrictions” of Judeo-Christian values of certain absolutes derived from God that got in the way of their selfishness and hedonism and embracing the teleological notion of “situational ethics” or “secular humanism” whereby such awakened Americans could effectively justify anything they chose and thus cast off those pesky absolutes like the sanctity of life, the sanctity of marriage, heterosexuality, respect for others’ lives and property, honesty and the like.

                Regrettably but not surprisingly given their importance as pointed out repeatedly by our Founders, far too many otherwise thoughtful (relatively speaking of course in our devolved “culture”) Americans, including a great many who regard themselves as patriotic conservatives, have conveniently divorced this vital requirement of “virtuosity” from the rest of our “system” of a Constitutional Republic quite contrary to the admonitions of our doting Founders.

                In this way, Americans are thus “free” to wallow in their ever-increasing immorality and lack of civic responsibility in how they actually live their lives while simultaneously wringing their hands over the state of the nation politically and economically.

                Until these perhaps well-intended but morally and spiritually blind Americans realize that the systemic things they are so exercised about in our government and society simply cannot be “fixed” as long as they continue to act as though their lack of personal moral and spiritual “virtue” is somehow wholly unrelated to those societal and political ills about which they are so concerned.

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        • trnathens says:

          Plus, there’s the Supremacy Clause, that supersedes state laws, rules, and interpretations that conflict with Federal law or guidelines. Or something like that 🙂

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          • jumpinjarhead says:

            Regrettably, that clause applies to actual federal laws rather than such things as these DHS guidelines that by their own terms are “merely” advisory in nature.

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            • trnathens says:

              That’s up to the DOJ, on whether they are willing to go to court when a Democrat governor ignores the guideline.

              We have to start thinking like Democrats in terms of using the courts to OUR advantage.

              This is first year law stuff, maybe Advanced Con Law, but nothing too difficult to get a ruling on our favor.

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            • trnathens says:

              That’s up to the DOJ, on whether they are willing to go to court when a Democrat governor ignores the guideline.

              We have to start thinking like Democrats in terms of using the courts to OUR advantage.

              This is first year law stuff, maybe Advanced Con Law, but nothing too difficult to get a ruling on our favor.

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              • jumpinjarhead says:

                As I said, (and—sotto voce—actually having a law degree) I do not think the courts will be very helpful on that point.

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                • trnathens says:

                  Depends on the vehemence of the parties in the suit. Are you telling me they “discovered” penumbras on their own? Nope, the Left kept pushing and pushing and pushing and looking for arguments to make in their favor. Maybe they wore the courts down. Maybe the courts were inclined to take their position. Regardless, they wouldn’t have gotten the outcome they wanted if they never filed suit to pursue it in the first place.

                  I have a law degree, too. Though I had to look up “sotto voce” 😉

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                • jumpinjarhead says:

                  We will see I suppose. I sympathize with you—I certainly wasn’t bragging about my educational path that took a sad turn when I did the law degree. As they say, I have never been the same.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Seems to me, some of these State govenor overreaches, cross a line of the Ultimate Supremacy; the Constitution.

              Barring Churches from having worship service, and barring gun stores as non-essential come to mind.

              Overall, I look at it as a positive, as it is a further example of Democrats and,Rinos showing their true nature.

              And an education for the many voters who, based on turnout, don’t bother to vote, if POTUS isn’t on the ballot.

              The greatest amount of governing, that intimately effects peoples daily lives, generally is at the local level.

              Its your local govrrnment that detirmines if cars can park in front of your house, for instance.

              As we saw in Michigan, whether your water has lead in it, etc.

              It is,WE, the People who have collectively failed our Founding Fathers, and ultimately it is WE, who must either right the ship, or go down with it.

              We’ll see what happens,…

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              • jumpinjarhead says:

                Too true—especially your last paragraph.

                This is the key language in the DHS Guidelines that renders them pretty useless if dimocrat governors and mayors want to ignore them:


                This list is advisory in nature. It is not, nor should it be considered, a federal directive or standard. Additionally, this advisory list is not intended to be the exclusive list of critical infrastructure sectors, workers, and functions that should continue during the COVID-19 response across all jurisdictions. Individual jurisdictions should add or subtract essential workforce categories based on their own requirements and discretion.”

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                • Dutchman says:

                  It seems like they would have to put that in there.
                  There are essential and non-essential work that is in one statevor region, not in another?
                  And, the reason governance closest to the people is generally best is because it is most responsive.

                  If enough locals complain to mayor and city council, about a new traffic ordinance, it will probably be rescinded.

                  Same applies here.

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                • jumpinjarhead says:

                  I don’t disagree with that proviso being in the guidelines but was rather replying to other posters who are exercised about governors and mayors not obeying them and arguing that the feds should “enforce” them to require compliance nationwide.

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      • trnathens says:

        Notice his designation hasn’t been challenged (yet?). If it isn’t, then it stands as the new de facto position held by the United States government, as a whole. Or, it gets challenged, and the Supreme Court affirms his decision, thereby setting in stone the idea that guns can never be touched by the government, ever.

        That’s why it won’t be challenged.

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    • frankmystery says:

      To be fair we’re screwed six ways over once a Democrat gets in there no matter what. Assuming reelection for Trump we have 5 years to punish and jail the corrupt severely enough to save this country or risk a progressive boomerang so severe it’s beyond comprehension.

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      • jumpinjarhead says:

        I think it more likely that the scenario in your first sentence will occur than the one in the 2d, as to which I admit I am growing increasingly jaded.

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      • trnathens says:

        Sorry this is long. It’s worth it, though 🙂

        If he’s able to accomplish his stated economic goals, then it won’t matter if a Democrat gets elected, because the United States economy will be permanently on top of the world economy. We will be the center of the hub, and Europe will be one spoke, China another, South America, USMCA, the coming trade deal with Great Britain that Sundance has described beautifully as a tariff-free superhighway between GB and USA, with Europe subservient to us.

        It won’t matter because we’ll be able to afford all of their little pet projects, and more; it’ll just be a matter of whether we want the cultural change g National Debt won’t be an issue, I don’t know HOW, but it won’t be);

        AND,

        The economy will be so good, for everyone, that they would never want to, or be allowed to change it. The tax revenue generated will pay for whatever they want, so the American electorate will never go for, or be persuaded by socialist tendencies (The tax revenue will allow them a lot of their cradle-to-grave dreams, without having to give up property rights, gun rights, speech rights, etc. We’re to smart for them to take us in that direction, now).

        Once Americans taste the kind of permanent prosperity PDJT has in mind, it won’t matter their political affiliation or affinity, they won’t be dumb enough to change it, and no other elected official would allow them to.

        Doubt me if you want, but PDJT is going to take Reagan’s Shining City, and make it out of gold! He has spoken plainly, and openly, for years before running for President about what should be done, and how stupid these deals have been. He knows what they’ve been up to. HE SAW IT FIRST HAND as a hugely successful multinational Corporation himself.

        Everything he is doing is by design, and all of these road blocks (Press, Democrats, bio-warfare), all of them are trying to keep him from accomplishing his goals, because they know if he does…they’re done. Completely and forever. THAT is their fear. THAT is what motivates them to keep trying to get rid of him. Because he’s already stated that he’s trying to get rid of them.

        Did you think they were just going to sit idly by, while he drained the swamp? He put them on notice. He WANTED them to fight, to expose THEMSELVES. And lo and behold, what has happened? They’ve exposed themselves. And the more they do, the more popular he gets, which means he’s creating the circumstances for his success, which is what a true leader does. A true leader doesn’t bemoan the battle field he’s given, he quickly figures out the best strategy, and fights, then makes adjustments, and fights smarter, not harder.

        Good always triumphs. Love always overcomes evil.

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      • Shyster says:

        Not so fast my friend if our VSGPDJT is re-elected, we will get another Supreme Court pick that will save the country for 40 years no matter who is elected.

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        • frankmystery says:

          Fair point but I wouldn’t want to bet our future on one or two people. If people don’t get jailed or severely punished for the many obvious crimes then we’ve failed to deter it in the future. The rule of law (and faith in it) must be restored for western civilization to succeed.

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          • trnathens says:

            Totally agree

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            • Dutchman says:

              Sorry, but the threat of jail time has very little deterence effect. I say this as a former criminal, who associated with criminals.
              With maybe 1% that were rare exceptions, criminals don’t think about “but what are the consequences, if I get caught?”

              They simply DON’T think that way. Thats what makes them criminals, more than anything else.

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    • Vince says:

      That’s why we have to do our shopping early.

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    • lumoc1 says:

      What do you suggest that the action of the President should have been in this case to prevent the future use? and would your suggestion have speeded up or delayed the access to masks for people in need?

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    • fangdog says:

      It will be life times before there is another Democrat President. In fact there has been political parties come and go throughout the history of America.

      We very well may be witnessing the demise of the present Democrat Party which today is more a Communist Party. Ask yourself if the Democrats had full complete control with what they wanted, what and how would it differ from a communist-style dictatorial government?

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      • Dutchman says:

        fangdog,
        I believe you are correct. I have been thinking for some time, that its hard to say who will be more shocked at the results of the 2020 election landslide, us or them.

        PDJT thinks so, too. Today he said, paraphrasing; Look, Nanzi, no more investigations. Every time you pull one of these stupid stunts, my poll #’s go up, but I don’t NEED yet another boost!

        So, knock off the crap, and at least TRY to work for the best interests of the country, during this emergency!

        The Dems HAVE revealed themselves as CONmunists, unapoligetically so.
        They got no policy initiatives that make sense, banning disposable straws and grocery bags being just the latest to blow up in their faces.

        They got no Candidate. They are,showing themselves incapable of Governing.

        They are a dead political party walking, and I don’t see any way they can walk back from their current position.

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  5. romy911 says:

    3M working so hard to destroy President Trump and America.

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  6. Rileytrips says:

    3M’s main N95 mask manufacturing plant is located in Wuhan, China.
    They are an American company, but I don’t think they make any masks in the continental USA.

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  7. JohnCasper says:

    “I’m not a big fan of government nationalizing private industry; but sheesh, if these multinationals won’t put America First during a crisis, then it becomes needed. “

    We had best hope no democrat, nor RINO, ever becomes President ever again as he/she will declare “Climate Change” a crisis. Actually, democrats have already done that, so they will be all ready to go.

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    • Instead of hoping no democrat ever becomes president again we might work towards that goal.

      Best not leave things to chance.

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      • Dutchman says:

        As posted above, IMHO the Democrat party is dead, just don’t know it yet, so still walking around. The wake will be,Nov 2020.

        Granted, even when you cut a rattlers head off, need to handle with care,and bury it, cause it can still bite.

        What we need to focus on, is the other 1/2 of the Conmunist cabal in the,Swamp, the other face of the Uniparty, the CCP quislings, aka the Republicon/Decepticons.

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    • joebkonobi says:

      . . . and retake over the health care system. Climate emergency + Medicare for all = socialism = shredding of the Constitution. Buyer Beware!

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      • trnathens says:

        Only if we ALLOW that to happen. WE THE PEOPLE have had our eyes opened. If someone like that is ever elected in the future, then shame on us, because it’ll be OUR fault for allowing it to happen.

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        • trnathens,
          “WE THE PEOPLE have had our eyes opened.” – are you really sure about this?

          I have been trying so hard to “convert” my two very good acquaintances, who are President Trump haters, to see the light of the day. So far, they have not budged and they are trying equally hard to get me to see their point of view. And these are fairly intelligent people.

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          • Dutchman says:

            newamericandeplorable;
            At this point, IMHO someone who is still TDS, cannot be persuaded to see the light by logic or words, only by THE WORD.

            Just as psychologists, pharmacologists and medical Dr.’s have been unable to develop a cure for addiction, because it is a malady of the spirit or soul, and only a program that starts by agknowledging a higher power, and includes forgiving your transgressors, and asking forgiveness for those you have wronged is successful, only GOD and PRAYER can save them.

            I suggest PRAYING for your leftist aquaintances, and that we all pray for those so afflicted, as part of praying for our country.

            The power of prayer is awsome; Grandmas prayer, read by many here nightly, is that the,Dem candidates stumble, grumble mumble, etc.

            Is that not a miraculously ACCURATE description of the Dem candidates, at this point?

            The POWER of PRAYER is the only thing that can bring them to see the light, at this point!

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          • trnathens says:

            I agree with Dutch below. You’re right, though, newamericandeplorable. Not everyone will have their eyes opened. But we don’t need everyone to have their eyes opened.

            If PDJT gets 25% of the Black vote, 30-40 % of the Latino vote, and maintains the 3-10% advantage he had in the Rust Belt states, then he wins in a landslide. Maybe bigger than Reagan-Mondale.

            25-35% of TDS sufferers are incurable. We don’t need them all. Just those willing to listen.

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  8. California Joe says:

    THERAPEUTIC….meaning having a beneficial effect. Sounds exactly like Dr. Brix was sabotaging President Trump along with her Leftist computer model from IHME which is 100% funded by The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Throw in the fact that 80% of the deaths reported to the CDC are people over 80 years old with a terminal illness already like lung cancer, liver cancer, pancreatic cancer, heart failure and COPD. Why doesn’t Fauci and Brix tell President Trump that most of the deaths being reported are people already at death’s door step!

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    • JohnCasper says:

      ” Why doesn’t Fauci and Brix tell President Trump that most of the deaths being reported are people already at death’s door step!”

      Because they are even more self-centered than 3M.

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      They don’t need to. PT knows. He has got these people by the nads. They are getting ready to be set on fire. I cannot wait.

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      • jumpinjarhead says:

        And what is the inside knowledge upon which you are basing such a rosey assertion?

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        • trnathens says:

          Probably nothing more than a hunch, based on past experience watching PDJT operate, and knowing that he LOVES to give people rope, just hand over fist, so they can get the noose fitting just right, before he drops the hammer and the floor falls out.

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    • thetrain2016 says:

      So, it’s OK to let 100.000, 500,000, 1,000.000 or more old folks die.

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      • Rhoda R says:

        Oh stop with that nonsense! No one is ‘letting’ anyone die. Old folks die. Young folks die. Sometimes it is due to chronic illnesses. I have COPD and heart disease – I KNOW I’m at risk for any infectious disease. Please note the ‘ANY’ part of that previous statement. No one gets out of this life alive. We all die. Let me repeat this for you: WE ALL DIE. Some sooner, some later. Death isn’t optional. Look at the death stats for the seasonal flu – who do you thinks makes up most of those states. All this pious mouthings about “Letting the old folks die” is banal, passe and frankly boring.

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        • thetrain2016 says:

          I’m aware of that. But the Chinese Virus accelerates the demise of old folks. We don’t know how much, but it does. You can have a good, productive life at age 70 that suddenly ends because of the Chinese Virus. Is that OK?

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          • WhiteBoard says:

            you may be okay. focus on people whom have been through this and not the experts…. (unless they are running trials now with patients).

            everyone dies if we dont think clearly on this balance between short pause and economy reset.

            fear aids the faill.

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    • dallasdan says:

      She and Fauci will be damned by their data if the virus is effectively controlled sooner rather than later. If so, they will echo the leftists’ claim of victory due to draconian measures, and no one will be able to prove them wrong.

      IMO, the President knows this, and he is doing what he must until the charade is exposed, should it play out that way.

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        Trump fullly assigned them responsibility for the models today in his presser.

        to me that was a clear indicator they are going to be highlighted in a FALL.

        someone should highlight that potion of his presser -its a CLEAR TAIL of whats to come after PDJT has weathered this assault.

        his strategy is always business – assign responsibility.

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  9. trnathens says:

    I don’t want this to be misconstrued, but PDJT is always “producing”.

    His personal visit to the Naval Hospital Ship “Comfort” was very presidential. A Commander in Chief dispatching a huge, amazing piece of machinery designed only to help save people.

    AND, he gets awesome photos like the one above, because the visual is SO much more important (A picture is worth a thousand words)

    In other words, he knows how to create the visuals (pictures, video) that will evoke an emotional response, where a description with words alone would not.

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    • That is a very interesting point trnathens.

      We have quite a few photos of Pres Trump looking good and like he is in charge and doing something, working to solve this crisis.

      While most of the photos of Pelosi and the Dems are of them standing indoors at a podium flailing their arms around and talking and talking and talking.

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      • trnathens says:

        And it’s all from a position of Love: for our country, his fellow man/woman, and Freedom.

        The other side MUST demonize him, because that’s their only shot. And they’re falling.

        He IS leading, by rolling with the ever changing circumstances, and finding ways to create the circumstances for his success.

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  10. SharonKinDC says:

    3M and/or their distributors really, really f-ed up. Bigly. Saw the Tucker piece. Distributor told the FL FEMA guy they were sorry to bump his order but foreigners were paying cash. Love to know about the forensic audits which will likely ensue. Morons.

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    • Wendy says:

      PT gave 3M a chance but they blew it. Now they have to follow the order.

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    • Harvey Lipschitz says:

      Poor buyer from Florida doesn’t have cash cash under the table. Cash that is not mentioned on the invoice.

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    • jpbag says:

      To be fair—as a 3M share holder; 3M’s main mask factory is in China. The Chinese government seized control of the 3M Chinese factory several weeks ago. US corporations, like 3M, were encouraged to move factories to China to increase profit margins. 3M is not unique in the pursuit of profits over US national security. The factory was built with the full knowledge and support of the US government authorities.

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      • jpbag says:

        3M has legal agreements with distributors and probably welcomes POTUS’s authority to over ride the contracts to deliver masks manufactured in the USA to health workers in the USA.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        Nice try. 3M has allot of US locations that either produce masks or could easily be converted to produce masks. They failed to do so to help the US.

        Try looking up 3M on any search engine before you make these kinds of statements.

        If you brag about being a shareholder, you are not a very well informed one.

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      • Rami says:

        Also, remember Obama care medical device tax made it even more seductive to move operations off shore to avoid that tax.

        Liked by 1 person

      • A2 says:

        They didn’t ‘seize’ the facility, didn’t have to. They just placed their product under export restrictions.

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      • spoogels says:

        ^^^ This

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  11. L4grasshopper says:

    Boom!

    Saw this story on Tucker when he interviewed a Florida official who learned about why 3M wouldn’t/couldn’t supply masks.

    More of this, please, Mr. President.

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  12. Alli says:

    Could someone explain the difference, if there is one between a globalist capitalist and an American capitalist? I believe wholeheartedly in capitalism but wth?

    Liked by 1 person

    • TreeClimber says:

      Globalist corporations become monopolies, which on one hand are the pinnacle of capitalism and on the other hand, are utterly antithetical to capitalism. These monopolies are antithetical.

      Liked by 1 person

    • frankmystery says:

      I don’t think there’s an easy answer because it’s so muddled with what has happened with all the wall st and lobbyist intervention. Globalist capitalism only worked in the first place because politicians along with wall st/lobbyists changed everything to suit thier needs at the expense of main street. Then they spent the last 4 decades adding layers of red tape to further widen the gap and increase thier abilities.

      If every country was capitalist im not sure this would have ever worked but since China is ok with thier citizenry being paid dirt it works.

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    • Ninja7 says:

      Alli, As Sundance has written many times on Globalist or monopolies of commodities, lemons, Apple’s corn steel etc. These are international companies whose loyalty is not to the nation they are from but the corporation.

      American Capitalist is more of the “Main Street”, whereas Globalist Capitalism is more Wall Street.

      Not as good as Sundance in explaining things, sorry 🤔🤗

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      • Dutchman says:

        Ninja7
        Thats actually damn good, for saying it in a nutshell! Kudos!

        These are corporations that even move their headquarters, depending on where they get the best tax break.

        Actually, they are CONmunists stripped of all the phoney ideology b.s. which is only to fool the masses anyway.

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      neither the focus is on relearning the PROPER word we beleive… free market not capitalism

      language wins wars when the ammo is low. convincing the trenches to doubt they can hold out much longer.

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    • bruzedorange says:

      If you re-frame your question along the lines of “free market vs. controlled market” I think it becomes much clearer.

      Succinct video explanation: https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/08/15/nails-it-economic-analyst-el-erian-the-era-of-de-globalization-is-here/

      The real, in-depth explanation: https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/11/16/the-modern-myth-of-global-markets/

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  13. Blind no Longer says:

    3M…What a giant POS!!!!! Way to answer the call of your fellow citizens in need. There is a special place in hell for people who make these kinds of decisions!!!

    I have never advocated for the government to take over a private company before…but this time I’ll make an exception!!!

    Stick it to em President Trump!! Make it really hurt.

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    • jpbag says:

      3M has legal contractual relationships with distributors, these cannot be breached without government authority under the Defense Production Act. 3M as a corporate entity probably welcomes the necessary legal authority to breach existing contracts. I don’t know how much manufacturing capacity for masks exists in the USA, but 3M has a policy of manufacturing in the country where the products are used in so far as possible. The largest 3M Chinese factory production was seized by the Chinese government under similar authority as the Defense Production Act in the USA. The Chinese factory is the largest mask producer for 3M, but it does not typically export to the US or at least that is what I understand from company policy.

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  14. JohnCasper says:

    War does not always give over democratic communities to military government, but it must invariably and immeasurably increase the powers of civil government; it must almost compulsorily concentrate the direction of all men and the management of all things in the hands of the administration. If it does not lead to despotism by sudden violence, it prepares men for it more gently by their habits . All those who seek to destroy the liberties of a democratic nation ought to know that war is the surest and the shortest means to accomplish it. This is the first axiom of the science.
    .- Alexis de Tocqueville

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    • jumpinjarhead says:

      With all due respect to M. de Tocqueville, if past is prologue, it seems more likely the (domestic) enemies of the Republic will continue their already tested and successful strategy of “incremental nudging” to achieve their desired end state.

      As Cuomo let slip yesterday, the continual creation of “new normals” that establish new baselines or frames of reference that the vast majority of Americans have readily accepted over the last 30 years or so during which this strategy has been used.

      Inexorably, these new normals have nudged Americans further and further away from the foundational elements of the nation: Judeo-Christian ethical, moral and spiritual principles, reliance on the Constitution as the ultimate arbiter in our political and legal system, a capitalist economy, a strong work ethic that disdains government “assistance, a belief in American exceptionalism, that Americans have a right to freedom of opportunity but not a guarantee of success, that our rights under the Bill of Rights are “natural” and only memorialized rather than created by the Constitution, that limited government is preferable to an ever-expanding one, that all human life is worthy of protection and that we are a nation of laws that apply equally to all.

      Indeed, due largely to the success of the progressivist hijacking of our schools and colleges and their conversion into leftist indoctrination centers, the younger generations for example now appear to love the idea of a socialist/communist America, see nothing whatsoever “wrong” with all manner of sexual hijinks and perversions, homosexual “marriage” and adoption of children, think conventional marriage is irrelevant, see no issue whatever in abortion, including late term, know more about the errors made during our history than the successes and achievements and ridicule the idea of American exceptionalism.

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  15. bacillus says:

    Scalping. Sell product to overseas middle man with cash for 5X. Middle man sells back to USA at 10X. Everybody happy, except POTUS. BOOM!

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  16. Sammy135 says:

    What is not being said is that 3M has factories all over the world, those factory say one in Germany priority first goes to the German market, the South Korea first priority market…. What 3M is doing is puting foreign countries are priority of masks made in America instead America population.

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    • evergreen says:

      Maybe so. Trump told them they would be subject to seizure if they did not deliver to the US. Their choice was to comply or comply.

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  17. theduchessofkitty says:

    3M: “Who are you?”
    President Donald Trump: “YOUR WORST NIGHTMARE!”

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  18. mr.piddles says:

    Oh, but 3M is all-in now.

    U.S.A.! U.S.A.! U.S.A.!

    Pfft.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Dutchman says:

      Well, there itvis, from the horses mouth, or actually the other end.
      3M apperently has a plant making the coveted masks in South Dakota.

      So, a lot of the attempts above to explain or excuse 3M’s actions seem to be null and void, yes?

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  19. Wendy says:

    Preview tomorrow’s briefing
    Expect another EO banning on exports of certain essential items. Can’t wait.

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  20. auntiefran413 says:

    N

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  21. DeWalt says:

    Hey Biden, Now this is a Big F’ing Deal.

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    • Zorro says:

      Sleepy Joe to announce in next online show that if he was president he would invoke the DPA, send Corn POP to talk to Threem, and stop this malarkey!

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  22. BigTalkers says:

    This should make the Dems (Cuomo, Bernie, Pelosi, et al) ecstatic. They’ve been egging the POTUS on to force a company do something since he invoked the Natl Production Act.

    (Incidentally, our “pro-American” House Dems actually attempted (and failed, despite their unanimous vote) to override his veto of their resolution to disallow his declaration of this Natl Emergency. Of course, this action was not reported by their BSM.)

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  23. auntiefran413 says:

    No more Post-Its of Scotch tape in this house!

    Liked by 1 person

    • mr.piddles says:

      TBH, the cheapo Staples(R) Brand stickies are just as good. I mean, it’s a tiny piece of paper with some sticky stuff on one edge. How hard can that be?

      Liked by 2 people

  24. JoeT55 says:

    The prior 3M CEO resigned from the president’s Manufacturing Council because it is “no longer an effective vehicle” to advance the goals of “sustainability, diversity and inclusion.” (mid August 2017)

    Sooooo glad the company has the right priorities.

    Liked by 2 people

    • dow40kby2024 says:

      I remember that. He just quit…… like a lot of them did at that time but they sure liked watching their stock prices rise for the last three plus years. Very shameful. Karma for MMM.

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  25. cherokeepeople says:

    i was gonna say the 3m n95 mask plant is in south dakota but that pic mr piddles posted says that.anyway i have to wonder if klobacher isn’t involved in 3m.this could explain.

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    • dow40kby2024 says:

      Mrs. Klobuchar was too busy 2, 3, 4 weeks ago campaigning for herself and Quid Pro Joe. Mrs Klobuchar probably had one of her assistants make a call to one of CEO Mike Roman’s assistants to find out if 3M was trying to produce more masks for China and Europe.

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  26. otd says:

    Folks we must keep bombarding the White House email and calls to have President Trump get rid of that whack job dr. fouci!

    With his wild phony predictions he is causing America extreme harm.

    Please.

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  27. disgustedwithjulison says:

    All things being said about the sales/distribution side of 3M…people should know that they didn’t manufacture masks in the USA. That Pence visited the Twin Cities about three weeks ago with the request for them to retool and manufacture here. The employees of 3M have been burning midnight oil to get things up and running here in Minnesota. A big hurdle is, even if they get the factory retooled…the supply chain for fabrics, elastics, etc. all comes from China.

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  28. islandpalmtrees says:

    Their is no telling how many 3M type companies we have. The President needs to send America back to work, now.

    And, to release the medication that is known to work on this flu virus.

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  29. trapper says:

    I just posted this on the other thread, but it is relevant here as well.

    These N95 masks are dirt cheap, or were before this. They are just paper masks with a metal tab across the nose and a rubber band that goes behind your head. They used to come in multi packs for a few dollars. You could buy them in home supply and hardware stores (Home Depot, Lowes, Ace, True Value) as sanding masks. If you looked closely at them they were marked “N95.” There is NOTHING special about them other than the particle size they filter, spec’d as N95.

    3M should be able to stamp these out like corn flakes. Run those lines 24/7.

    FEMA could easily mail a few to each taxpayer’s home address for free. For all the other crap I get from the government in the mail, just mail me a few masks instead. I’ll pass out the extras to my neighbors. We only need them for a while when we go out, so we non-medical folks can reuse them over and over and over.

    This isn’t rocket science.

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  30. paulashley says:

    This will not end well. When the dust settles and were all living in the ashes, I am afraid Trump will have unwittingly ushered in socialism. Or worse.

    Liked by 1 person

    • thetrain2016 says:

      Who wants these steps make permanent? Are you OK with hoarders taking advantage of desperate people? Is stopping them a road to socialism? Explain please.

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      • paulashley says:

        Are you okay with a socialist nation? That’s what will come out of this lunacy. Trump may be managing a process, but that process is in service of something that is not worth doing, i.e. destroying a society for.the sake of a minority of deaths, most of which would occured anyway. The process is the procession of the naked emperor. It’s arranging deck chairs on the Titanic. Everyone is in so deep, they can’t see the forest for the trees. Sadly, this includes Trump.

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  31. dow40kby2024 says:

    CEO Mike Roman might last another day or two??

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  32. RedBallExpress says:

    3M treats their workers and community very well. The people that work there are 1st class. I know many 3M management types and researchers. Maybe they goofed. Trump fixed it.

    On a side note about 5-10 years ago 3M bought and closed a company named “AO Safety” that made N-95 masks called “Pleats Plus”. They were far, far superior to anything on the market today. The pleated bellows type material looked homemade but they had about 10 times the surface area and breathing was easy unlike all others. In filthy conditions like inside a grain bin they would last twenty times longer than any other mask. There was no leaking around the nose and your breath would not fog your goggles. I really miss them on the farm!

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  33. bessie2003 says:

    It’s getting hard to contrast this action with the one in Los Angeles where the Mayor is openly calling on people to report their neighbors for violating restriction of movement, i.e. going outside too much. The lines are beginning to blur. I give this another two weeks at most before people all over say to heck with it and just get back to living their lives as best they can.

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  34. Johnny Dollar says:

    “I give this another two weeks at most before people all over say to heck with it and just get back to living their lives as best they can.”

    Judging by the slow increase in the number of cars/trucks I see on the road, I think this already beginning to happen. Slowly, but happening.

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  35. chojun says:

    Wartime POTUS

    President Trump’s actions are a demonstration of why the Federalists lost the debate after the founding of our Nation. Extraordinary times demand extraordinary leaders. A President, accountable to the people, must have access to powers to lead us to a prosperous future.

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  36. James S Beshada says:

    The 3M CEO needs to do 30 days of community service in a NYC Hospital COVID-19 Ward and do it WITHOUT a mask.

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  37. J Gottfred says:

    The Yahoos that run #M need to be taken out and shot. Summarily Shot! This is from the 3M Officers webpage. What a bunch of jerks

    From John P. Banovetz
    Senior Vice President, Innovation and Stewardship and 3M Chief Technology Officer
    “Leadership is about serving more than yourself. It’s about creating an environment that unlocks the full potential of teams and individuals and, as a result, achieves even higher performance and more engaged employees.”

    From Julie L. Bushman
    Executive Vice President, International Operations
    “Successful leadership is creating a trust-based environment, where employees and colleagues collaborate, share openly and promote positive change.”

    From Ivan K. Fong
    Senior Vice President, 3M General Counsel and Secretary
    “A key element of leadership is strong engagement with the team. Communicating a clear vision and compelling purpose enables a leader to empower the team and build effective teamwork, trust and alignment. Integrity, transparency and diverse viewpoints then help ensure creativity and innovation.”

    From Eric D. Hammes
    3M Executive Vice President, Enterprise Operations

    “I believe a few basic leadership principles are critical for success in career and life. Know your strengths, while humbly acknowledging your weaknesses. Understand the environment you are competing in. Work hard, strive to win, but always with a meaningful purpose. Be strong in your faith, and trust your place in a greater plan.”

    And then there is this Yahoo, mega globalist. Stephen M. Shafer
    Senior Vice President, Strategy & Business Development
    Stephen previously served as vice president of 3M Greater China Area and managing director of 3M China, responsible for the leadership and management of the company’s largest overseas market, which includes mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Before moving to China, he was vice president of Business Transformation, responsible for enabling 3M to better serve its customers through a new global Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. Stephen was also a strategic marketing director of 3M’s safety and security businesses and global business director for 3M’s industrial tapes and adhesives business. Stephen joined 3M in 2010.
    and his quote: “Important in life is finding a purpose for your journey to help provide direction and then following your own curiosity to learn and grow as you travel. Important in leadership is helping others to do the same. Great institutions like 3M foster an environment to do both”

    Arrogance beyond belief. I am so glad Trump DPA them!

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Mr. Shafer certainly seems to have risen to his level of incompetence. Still, his “quote” shows he has mastered aspirational gobbledygook

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  38. Rhoda R says:

    Okay, was this any kind of 3M policy or are we talking some lower level types taking advantage of a chaotic situation?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Dutchman says:

      Sorry Rhoda,
      But at this point, if 3M leadership isn’t aware that A) there is phenominal worldwide demand for these masks, and B) their company MAKES these masks then they are stupid.
      Thete is no way this corruption can be fawned off on underlings. IMHO

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    • sDee says:

      Direct from the top. Yet another “hurt America first” CEO exposed. Probably has cocktails with Mary Barra.

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  39. woodstuff says:

    In May of last year, I ordered a box of 10ea 3M N-95 masks for my sanding jobs. They are really good but cost about $2 each. Today they can’t be had at any price. This money grab by 3M closes the door for any purchases from them. They have some other things that they can …put where.. oh nevermind.

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  40. shortcoach says:

    Kinda wish I owned 3M stock – SO I COULD SELL IT! [Just a suggestion: Might soon be pretty cheap – if you own any, maybe dump it quick. (: -) ]

    Liked by 1 person

  41. stephen p says:

    From the 3m website

    https://news.3m.com/blog/3m-stories/3m-responds-2019-novel-coronavirus

    3M new release (April 1 2020)Putting healthcare workers first during the coronavirus outbreak

    “…beginning in January we ramped up to maximum production of N95 respirators, doubling our global output to a rate of 1.1 billion per year, or 100 million per month. This includes 35 million per month in the United States, and over just the last seven days we have delivered 10 million N95 respirators to healthcare facilities in states across the country,” (Mike Roman, 3M chairman and chief executive officer quote.)

    Read the whole thing – maybe it is an April Fools joke!

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  42. Gary Lacey says:

    If you conduct business in America’s sandbox, you have an obligation to keep America’s sandbox safe and clean!

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  43. spoogels says:

    The CDC Doctors Screwed Up Bigly! USNS Comfort in NY Harbor Sits Idle with 3 Patients — USNS Mercy in LA has Only 15 Patients

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/04/broken-models-cdc-doctors-screwed-bigly-usns-comfort-ny-harbor-sits-idle-3-patients-usns-mercy-la-15-patients/

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    • Dutchman says:

      spoolgels,
      Firstly, might I suggest you find a better place to invest your time, sttention and clics, as IMHO Gp is a LOUSY source of fake news, or clicbait if you prefer.

      Those ships are NOT going to be for COVID CHI-NA virus patients, but for the other kind of patients seen in the local hispitals.

      Its possible that rather than transferring patients from hospitals to ship, they are just “diverting” any NEW patients to the ships.

      Also could be the landlocked hospitals are loathe to give over patients they have an investment in.

      Or, it COULD be the estimates were way off, and the ship in NYC, and the,Hospital built in Javits center are going to go unused, in which case Cuomo is gonna look pretty stupid,…

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  44. spoogels says:

    Reporter Asks For Public’s Help To Dig Up Dirt On MyPillow After Pro-Trump CEO Says the Company Will Make Face Masks

    https://gellerreport.com/2020/04/reporter-asks-for-publics-help-to-dig-up-dirt-on-mypillow-after-pro-trump-ceo-says-the-company-will-make-face-masks.html/

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  45. rjones99 says:

    I dont think a major US company could be run by a dumber moron than that dope in charge of 3m. That CEO is a complete freaking idiot, utterly lacking in discernment, judgement, or basic common sense. It’s sort of amazing he hasn’t previously run the company into a ditch. He is example #1 of why the CEO’s of major corporations do not deserve the level of compensation they routinely receive, especially as a consequence of stick buybacks.

    The only question still on the table is this: Are the 3m Board members equally stupid, or will they immediately fire their idiot CEO?

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    • noswamp says:

      Your comments rjones99 are sharp, but unfortunately true.

      Shame on 3M!!!!!! AND THEIR BOARD.

      If the board does not get rid of Roman, then make THEM criminally liable for the fraud/lies perpetrated on the American people. (Plane was in the air full of masks ready to land in FLorida according to a distributor). Really?

      This is going to down in the textbooks of MBA schools as a company deceiving the USA to its detriment. Maybe it will not even be around anymore. Close it and open it the next day under the name 3M USA.

      Terrible decisions by 3M. I hope they fail, and that all the fine distributors and employees are saved.

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  46. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    3M distributors are sitting on empty warehouses, having sold their masks to repeesentatives of foreign countries who “show up with cash.” 3M has not instructed their distributors to do otherwise (and perhaps normally cannot do so contractually, who knows). But they have not even tried…

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  47. sDee says:

    “I’m not a big fan of government nationalizing private industry; but sheesh”

    Me neither. I hate this, but this is war and the enemy is embedded deep within. The globalists have left us with a hollowed out shell of a what was once a free market capital-based system and constitutional republic.

    After decades of “globalization”, the CEO’s and BoDs have been quietly filled with men and women whose loyalties lie with the globalism, not America. Free market competition based on price, quality, innovation and time to market, has been replaced with central bank control of capital, markets, tariffs, and Chinese manufacturing.

    These “multinational” CEO’s and BOD’s are inextricably part of a global monopolistic “coop-etion”. Time to call them out, remove their monopolistic protections and to replace them.

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  48. thesavvyinvester says:

    Bingo & the heck with the stimulus $, send me Hyrdo-C, Zpac’s, & Zinc, enough for my whole family 4 2 months.

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  49. Bob Parker says:

    I think that I figured out what 3M now stands for:

    Makes Masks with illegal Mark-up prices.

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