White House Coronavirus Task Force Briefing – 3:30pm ET Livestream…

Unfortunately, with President Trump effectively communicating the latest information on the federal efforts to mitigate COVID-19, more corporate U.S. resistance media have decided not to carry the live broadcasts from the White House task force briefings.

Today at 3:30pm ET the White House will hold a briefing for the public and media on the latest mitigation efforts against the coronavirus. [Livestream Links Below]

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582 Responses to White House Coronavirus Task Force Briefing – 3:30pm ET Livestream…

  1. fred5678 says:

    NYC and maybe elsewhere 80% to 90% of those on ventilators die.

    Prevention and/or early treatment with HCQ will keep people OUT of ventilators.

    Guess what reporters focus on all the time?

    Reporters also want 100% lock-down in WY and MT where neighboring ranchers and farmers are already the minimum 6 miles (sic) apart.

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    • FrankieZee says:

      I thought I read somewhere that they had to put you in an induced coma to go on the ventilator. I am glad Trump brought that up about the last choice is a ventilator.

      Liked by 10 people

      • booger71 says:

        You are correct about medically induced coma

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        • Your Tour Guide says:

          You do NOT have to be in a medically induced
          coma to be on a ventilator. You generally are
          sedated, because it’s a situation that makes
          many people panic. If the panic is real bad, then
          you are given propofol as a drip. The stuff that
          killed Michael Jackson. His was not handled

          If you are in a severe situation, THEN you can
          be paralyzed by IV medicine and IV sedation.
          Corona Virus patients in Adult Respiratory
          Distress Syndrome would require steps such
          as that. ARDS is some seriously scary stuff.


    • repsort says:

      Yep. Vents are NOT a panacea.. By the time you need a vent, you’re odds are great that you’re gonna die.
      The drug cocktail should be used the moment anyone tests positive.
      Gov. Cuomo wants you NYC peeps dead.

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      • Dottie Derewicz says:

        Certainly not necessarily true..My husband was sedated more times than I can even recall..He was put in a medically induced coma at least twice..So it is not cut and dry for sure..The care you get is..crucial..If you have bad health care..you might not do well..But to say the odds are against you coming out of that is not..true.I have been there..lived it..breathed it….so I am talking from experience.

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    • tacocat43 says:

      My cousin from SF criticized “Southern states” for not yet surrendering to lock down recommendations. I explained some of these very rural areas have NO cases at all. The major cities in the South have been locked down for weeks. If you scan the net you will see propaganda such as “GOP led states not n compliance with lock down” and other such nonsense.

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      • fred5678 says:

        A good friend, a physician, lives in WY — no deaths in state.
        I live in western slope of CO — also empty area — NOT like Denver.

        National lock-down ?? Reporters have GOT to get out of their DC bubble!!

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        • Your Tour Guide says:

          One size does not fit all. Compare the persons per square
          mile with the upper peninsula of Michigan vs the lower
          portion of the state. There’s NOBODY in the U.P. , and
          many other rural areas of the U.S.

          That said, it’s weird the amount of reports that we are
          getting about cases in relatively unpopulated areas
          of Southern Georgia. Albany has many, but it is not
          a major population area, especially surrounding.

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          • Miya says:

            Lots of Chinese investment in Georgia. Also Chinese companies in Kershaw and Charleston Counties in SC, two of the hardest hit areas of the state.

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      • nimrodman says:

        My cousin from SF criticized “Southern states” yada yada …”

        Your cousin reads Leftist propaganda
        It’s a narrative push by the Left against those hick southerners

        Read all about it here:

        Nolte: New York Times Demonizes the South with Misleading Coronavirus Map

        Almost everyone in my county has to drive more than two miles for groceries, to see a doctor, and to pick up medicine… But the last I read, there are only seven cases here.

        So let me assure you, most of us are driving more than two miles just to purchase food staples and medicine.

        What’s more, unlike people in urban areas, who use mass transportation (cabs, subways, buses), which is a Petri dish for this virus, we drive alone or only with family members in our own vehicles. This is much, Much, MUCH safer than crowded subways and buses …

        Here’s another thing the bubbled idiots as the Times can’t grasp… Two miles is not very far. Oh, it probably is when you’re an elitist living and working in Manhattan, but … my grocery store is more than two miles away, because out here in the Real World, that’s what we call a Quick Pop Into Town.

        But what in the world does the New York Times think it’s doing blood-libeling the South when the worst outbreaks so far, and the worst outbreaks by far, are occurring within spitting distance of the Times’ own newsroom: New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. As of April 2, there are 242,000 reported Wuhan virus cases in the U.S., and more than half come from those three states.

        What’s more, the worst outbreaks are — so far — happening almost exclusively in urban areas: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Detroit, New York, Chicago, New Orleans, Seattle, etc.

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        • Mad Mike says:

          Preach! The wife and I were discussing this last night. Life in the cities isn’t like life in the country (thank God).

          Folks talk a lot of trash about the South… but it seems like more and more of them want to head this way.

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    • Magabear says:

      Reporters (aka demonrat party members) want a full scale Great Depression so PDJT will lose in November. TDS is 100x worse than a virus

      Liked by 3 people

      • free2313 says:

        Well everyone know, that is not going to happen, PDJT will have his four more years and America will be glad, happy and blessed for that!


      • Lester Smith says:

        Guess what us regular folks are sick of the dems and msm bull shit. Trump is working his azz off the man must have a higher calling. He is a herculean man who has the intelligence, strength and wisdom to guide us threw these times. We the people who clearly see the true face of evil and sure as hell isn’t Trumps.

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    • Mist'ears Mom says:

      Those 80-90% that die have most likely been infected with ventilator induced bacteria they get while in the hospital.
      Ventilators, intubation or any foreign object introduced to an already compromised system is at huge risk of ‘other’ infections/complications.
      Hospitals are inherently notorious for killing thousands of people. The coronavirus-not so much.


      • ms doodlebug says:

        I was hospitalized ‘a lot’ for a few years. I experienced a lot and I saw a lot. Once, the IV tubing they use pulled loose and was lying on the floor. A nurse started to re-attach it. I was conscious and told her no way would I allow that. She advised my doctor that I was refusing treatment. When he came in to scold me, I pointed to the puddle on the floor and told him I was refusing the ‘tubing’ that she picked up off the floor. A different nurse immediately replaced it under ‘his’ watchful eyes.

        Something that simple could be deadly. We have to pay attention when we or our loved ones are in the hospital. It’s not as safe as we want to believe.

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  2. trapper says:

    In my opinion it is becoming increasingly clear that scientist Fauci is running an elaborate mitigation experiment to see how much he can bend the curve through the shut down and distancing and how long it takes, and doesn’t want any interference by the introduction of a new hydroxychloroquine variable because it would likely crash both the new cases curve and the fatality curves to zero, ruining his experiment.

    Why not a single question about the current status of the HCQ tests in NY? Not one.

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    • Magabear says:

      Good point. People like Fauci exist in theoretical worlds where their models are only viewed in scientific journals. He’s in the real world now and is either tone deaf to the consequences of his nuclear winter rx approach or knows exactly what he’s doing in support of the people who want PDJT defeated.

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    • skeinster says:

      Very interesting take, Trapper. I regret that I could see that happening.
      Financial collapse would be just a side effect…


    • Somebody says:

      I know, the FDA guy mentioned it, but no status. He just said how many doses to NY, how many in stock pile, etc. Are they giving it to patients in NY? They’ve had it for a couple of weeks, where are the stats on that?


    • Jim in TN says:

      I believe so too. But it is bigger than just the USA. Just about every western nation is conducting the same experiment. And we are all failing.

      On the other hand, some countries are doing much better and we aren’t learning from them. We continue with our idiocy.

      And that 2.2 million US, 0.5 million UK prediction was a fraud, unsupported by any existing data, that was used to force many leaders to follow this experiment. Note it gets sort of retracted once we are on the experiment.

      And, this is not how we reacted in 2009. And nobody explains why we react differently this time.

      We are running into major groupthink. They all got brainwashed. Somehow they all decided not to keep up preparedness. And they all decided they had a better way. They don’t, but can’t admit it.

      And I can’t find evidence of this change in written policy and procedures. But 2009 was much different than 2020. A big change has happened.

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    • bkrg2 says:

      thank you x 1000
      i have been scouring the internet for past 2 hours trying to find any info regarind the results of the 1,100 “trials” in New York. Can’t find anything.

      I figure it must be working since none of the idiots in the press asked about how the trial was going…


  3. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • L4grasshopper says:


      “State police spokesman Ryan Tarkowski said Friday the woman initially was pulled over because of a vehicle code violation.”

      The 19 year old was stopped for some other violation. The cop decided on his own to also nick her for being out and about without a “good reason”. Must have ask her why she was out. Stupid girl should have said “going to the grocery store”.

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    • trst10 says:

      From the article:
      “At this time, law enforcement is focused on ensuring that residents are aware of the order and informing the public of social distance practices,” he said. “While the order is mandatory, voluntary compliance is preferred.”

      Am I missing something here? Either A) she broke a law and that’s the most captain obvious statement ever made; or more likely B) they really have no authority to give these citations and he made up a horseshit statement to scare people into voluntary compliance.


    • Vince says:

      Everyone should be going for a drive right now. She should have said, “I am doing my part to keep the petroleum infrastructure going in this time of reduced demand.”

      Liked by 2 people

    • Shelley Childs says:

      Someone on the article commented that going for a drive is what the Governor himself has stated as a suggested way of getting out of the house, yet being able to stay far from contact with other individuals. If that’s the case then it’ll probably be dismissed.


  5. tacocat43 says:

    The last female reporter is right. I have first-hand experience with the PPP loan system not working flawlessly. If your bank isn’t participating, good luck finding another bank to take you. And she was about to say imposing restrictions- Bank of America denied a friend’s loan request that had dome business with them for 21 years because they have paid off all their business mortgages (Still have business accounts) and didn’t have enough “points”. Our own (business) bank was not ready until lunchtime today. I told my friend to call her Congressman, and what do you know- B of A called her back today and said they were loosening some of the “restrictions”. These are imposed by that bank not by the SBA &a loan/grant.

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    • technoaesthete says:

      She might have had a point, but the way she asked the question hit a nerve with PDJT. Can’t they ask their questions in a more respectful, less condescending manner? They might get a better answer if they do.


      • GB Bari says:

        They’re far too young, arrogant and ignorant to know standards of courtesy, much less any standards of journalism.


    • GB Bari says:

      Does the SBA Loan/Grant language in the CARES Act stipulate that an applicants credit score or credit history with the bank must not be considered? That the applicant must be granted the loan regardless of credit score / history?

      I understand the frustration if an applicant has decent credit, regardless of outstanding indebtedness, but is still denied the loan. And I mean their credit score up to the beginning of this episode, before there was any curtailment of business activity.


    • gda53 says:

      One swallow does not a summer make.

      If a million people get thru with the PPP, you can be sure we will hear about the 100 who didn’t, not the 999,900 who did.


  6. patti says:

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  7. rah says:

    I’ve read the NYT is calling for military airlift to take patients to places where they can better be handled. Yea! Screw the crews, we wanna export the misery in Hell’s Kitchen to other places.

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  8. j'accuse says:

    These reporters don’t seem capable of doing the minimal investigation such as talking to the SBA, and getting hold of bank reps about the loan process, etc. Or maybe they don’t bother because their editors don’t want to stumble upon a positive story that shows the administration is actually doing its job as promised.

    The editors or producers who are old enough to know better have clearly failed to mentor these young reporters. That’s a shame because these reporters will never get the learning years back. If I didn’t have older, experienced people mentoring me early in my profession I wouldn’t have developed the skills that served me well later on.

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    • Mist'ears Mom says:

      The PPA-administration has been changing the application process continually up until late last night.
      The banks can’t get their computer systems uploaded and are unable to process loans.
      This whole loan process the PPA is a nightmare waiting to happen with first come first serve and barely any questions asked to verify whether these loans are actually needed by the applicants.


  9. JAS says:

    I saw this coming early on (I’m an analyst) and self separated (we have offices at home) starting the first week of March. Talk about being cooped up! I missed the bet spring weather in a decade, best fishing time of the year, my shooting sports, my favorite restaurants, and on and on.

    My youngest daughter got furloughed a week ago so we are not footing her bill.

    But, If MY President wants me to do this, I will comply….

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    • FofBW says:

      Semper Fi!!


    • Truthfilter says:

      What’s stopping you from shooting/fishing? I live in southeast Louisiana and we’ve been under lockdown for 2 weeks. I’ve gone out in the boat twice. The fish are biting. Lots of boats running the canals and lakes. Thank goodness the authorities here aren’t doing anything to stop it because there would be a war.

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      • Chip Doctor says:

        My marina in Fort Myers sent an email today saying they consider themselves an essential business. 😊


      • JAS says:

        Most marinas here are in Parks and the parks are all closed because they also have beaches. 😦

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      • JAS says:

        I shoot a lot of pistol and rifle. Indoor range to 100 yards with membership at Shoot Straight – super people mostly all ex-military. I buy all the staff pizza for lunch on all holidays :). Indoor ranges were closed 3-weeks ago.


  10. gabytango says:

    This is what happened to us: I’ve posted a couple times about it and here is the update. My two super fit, healthy daughters, one in NYC and one in Atlanta both came down with this demonic virus. They had all the symptoms. In NYC, when she called the hospital, they told my daughter that due to her age, 28, she would not be admitted.

    The daughter in Atlanta, 26, she had to go twice to the ER (best hospital, Buckhead) and both times, each doctor told her they were sure she had Covid. The first time, the doctor told her “there was no treatment to give because there are no guidelines from the CDC.” The second time, this past week, was after the FDA approved HCQ and the doctor said “there is no medicine to give, no treatment.” He did giver an IV of Saline due to her almost-fainting episodes. Both told her, “go home, isolate and hydrate.”

    For the daughter in NYC, it was 4 weeks ago, and out of desperation, as parents, we quickly sprung into action with medications we had here at home and before the Zpack had even been mentioned. We sent the following: 500mgZPack/Zinc Picolinate/Quercetin (HCQ substitute)/Albuterol Inhaler/EmergenC/ and we told her to drink tons of hot tea with Manuka honey and Chicken Soup. She also did the steaming for the chest/lungs with orange or lemon peels (opens up sinuses).

    Four weeks later, she is recovered, although sometimes still in need of the Albuterol Inhaler (she has never used one before!).

    Daughter in Atlanta had a more severe case and again, we FedEx’d the same medications listed above. She did all the same things as her sister. She is in the 11th day (she went twice to the ER). We do feel the medications have finally kicked in and she has “turned the corner,” but it will take a while. Last night she still had cramping in her chest, lung pain and is still running the low-grade temperature with another almost-fainting episode.

    This was no joke what they went through. It came upon them like gangbusters, but we do think the ZPACK did help tremendously, along with the recommended Zinc, Quertecin, Albuterol Inhaler, etc.

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    • gabytango says:

      Oh, and another update about the friend who owns the pharmacy who said all the hydroxychloroquie had been confiscated….they were finally allowed to receive shipment of Chloroquine yesterday, but the hydroxychloroquine has not arrived.

      Liked by 4 people

      • lolli says:

        Thank you for the update.
        I have heard similar stories from people I know who have/had it.
        It comes on so fast.
        Look forward to hearing of their complete recovery.


      • Mist'ears Mom says:

        That’s funny-my dermatologist is scheduling concierge care with the drug being delivered directly to your house with whatever else you think you might need.


    • Lynn Meredith says:

      Chloroquine is a zinc ionophore, transporting zinc into cells and thereby preventing viruses from replicating. Quercetin and EGCg also are zinc ionophores.
      See: https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/jf5014633#
      Good for you sending Quercetin to your daughters! We may not be able to get chloroquine but we can still help our loved ones and ourselves.


    • Mist'ears Mom says:

      And where were they tested to confirm they had it? If your daughter was so “sick’ wit this “deadly” disease why wouldn’t they admit her?
      That-actually all of it sounds very fishy to me. No treatment-then why are all the “cases” in the hospital?
      Either we are being lied to about the seriousness of the “disease” or we are being lied to about what it really is and who is getting it.
      Now doctors are telling people they have based on symptoms from a telephone call?


  11. FofBW says:

    Those of us who were in combat know that war is dirty, nasty and unforgiving.

    Watching out for each other and love of our country kept us going.

    This war may not be a shooting war, but the effects are the same.

    Make America Holy Again!

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    • Dekester says:

      Non American PDJT supporters are with you.

      IMO the divide created by PDJT and the deplorables will likely widen..those with TDS are unlikely to come around.

      PDJTs influences are far reaching and deep.

      God bless PDJT

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  12. Ausonius says:

    So…I missed today’s edition of Eat the Press and have skimmed through the comments.

    Can someone provide a dispassionate assessment? Will this torture be called off before the end of the month? Are cases easing? Will states on an irrational lockdown (i.e. the bottom 40) be ordered to lift all restrictions on Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness, Hopiness, and Hash Browns?

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    • Debra says:

      This week is the tell-all. We are hunkering down for the worst week of deaths, according to the ‘models’.

      My overall feeling is if the deaths are not absolute spot on the projection models, PDJT is going to start pounding the therapeutic drug route, begin easing restrictions, and tell the doctors that they are still in charge of monitoring the numbers and reconfiguring the models, as they have been doing all along . . .

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      Staying homes does cause us to lose track of the days. You will have another opportunity to see Eat The Press tomorrow.

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    • fractionalexponent says:

      Trump emphasized advantages of hydroxychloroquine & Zpac several times. Fox chyron states 29 million doses in U.S. stockpile.

      No one else mentioned it.

      Tucker & Ingraham keep bringing it up.

      I have two daughters, nurses, in the trenches in NYC who can’t figure out what the hold up is.

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  13. rah says:

    A couple years ago I was sent into Long Island City, NY. A Chinese food warehouse almost right on the river in Queens where I picked up frozen Chinese food. I think the foreman was the only guy in that rat hole that spoke any English.

    Earlier this year I delivered a load of Nestles product to Big Geyser, at their facility in Maspeth, NY in Queens. Real nice guy that was the guard there helped me out. I asked him if he had ever considered leaving the bee hive. He said he had gotten out at one time but money and family drew him back in. The warehouse workers I dealt with were nice and efficient also.

    Those places are right at ground zero now. I wonder how many of those I saw or met at those two places are no longer with us?

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    • GB Bari says:

      That thinking will stress anyone out.. Just a suggestion, if you cannot contact any of them, at least keep them collectively in your prayers. We can all do,that.

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  14. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  15. CNN_sucks says:

    OANN posted a website about empty hospitals video. Empty parking lots and ER.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Saw it.
      Belies the gloom and doom talk and the horror stories, doesn’t it?

      Sure there are isolated stories and areas with a lot of flu and people already in lousy health who are vulnerable to any respiratory illness.

      But not the entire nation. IMHO, President Trump is aware and is trying to ease us off the collective “government ventilator.”

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  16. rustybritches says:

    I wrote to the President this morning, and told him that with the country dumping milk by the tons and now no butter coming to market because of lack of drivers and also the farmers are saying they don’t have enough people to pick blueberries so this country might be going threw a big mess if this keeps up in regard to food being able to get to us, We cant get the supplies we do need let alone those things that are essential to live. and I asked him to please mandate every person who is currently in the hospital now to be given the malaria drug and then start all the rest of us on it as soon as most of them are out of the hospital they are making tons of the meds now and should be seeing more and more people taking them I can only pray that he got that little message and will now see that the experts are wrong about how well we will recover with out going back to work soon Not in a month but now..

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  17. rah says:

    Here in central Indiana: Went out to get a few things for the ex-fiancé and I. Some stuff still in very short supply. Looked three places for bleach. No luck. I found my chicken pot pies I like but only in a 4 pack. The Italian meatballs she wanted for our dinner tonight were no problem. I looked for the Nature Valley stuff I like for the truck and had no luck.

    Now plexiglass barriers up at some of the check outs. More face masks in evidence. Plenty of people out and about but doing well keeping their social distance.

    My 1/2 gallon of Jack is about done but I anticipate no problem finding that. Consumption down next week anyway since I’ll be driving.

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  18. yadent says:

    From an immigrant from Argentina, in an ‘high risk’ group

    Give me liberty or give me death – Patrick Henry

    I would rather die from a natural virus, than the worst virus in history: THE POLITICAL VIRUS,

    This virus destroys your free will, it scares humans of life itself,

    It takes most of the human production without producing anything itself,

    It lies, cheats, and steals without any regard for decency and justice,

    It’s hunger for more and more power cannot be satisfied until it chokes its host to actual death or servitude.

    It makes its own laws to protect itself, both legally and financially’

    It finds the humans with the least resistance, and converts them to join his viral club.

    Political parties mean nothing, the virus enjoys and uses them to split the public into ridiculous camps discussing ridiculous subjects.

    This virus is embedded in our educational system, where any dissent against “virus approved” opinions are terminated.

    The virus controls through fear for the masses, and exorbitant pensions, and salaries, for the carriers.

    And finally, this virus is attacking and trying to destroy the greatest declaration in the history of humanity, against it. In case you haven’t figured out, it’s the undivided “Declaration of Independence”, and the “Constitution of the United States”.

    Wake up Americans, don’t let this scam fool you. Our forefathers warned us:

    “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.” – Benjamin Franklin

    — Norb Svanascini

    The Market Ticker 4/4/2020


  19. Alex50 says:

    I applaud the brave medical workers who are putting themselves at risk in hospitals taking in Covid-19 patients. But realistically what are most hospitals, especially those in NYC, doing to treat symptomatic patients? When you think about it, not much really. They give patients medicine to lower fever and suppress the cough until it worsens then provide oxygen and if a patient’s condition continues to deteriorate, ventilation. Technically they are just hoping the patients immune system saves them. In effect, most hospitals are almost powerless against this virus. I was elated to hear our great president cut through the BS and implore practitioners to try Hydroxychloroquine during today’s presser. Leaders lead.


    • ezgoer says:

      The more president Trump implores hospitals to give Covid-19 patients hydroxychloroquine the more the blue states will resist out of pure political spite. It’s a disgrace that infected people are being denied a drug that has shown great success in France and other places and in some NYC hospitals according to doctors trying it.

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  20. bullnuke says:

    Just curious…why hasn’t there been any polls lately concerning the public’s opinion on the economy being shutdown? Not into polls but would be an interesting number to looks at.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Those polls have been CONSPICUOUSLY ABSENT.

      The DementoMedia probably knows what the results would be and want no part of that. The Dementocrats almost assuredly want the damage to the country to worsen.

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  21. trapper says:

    FEMA placed an order with 3M for 180 million N95 face masks. Under the DPA that steps in front of everyone else. Let’s see how this plays out, but Trump’s short comments about it were ominous. “We’ll see what happens” or something to that effect. In the past, when he is guarded about something, the next day we blow up an airport or take out an Iranian general or a North Korean mountain mysteriously blows up. So, military takeover team assembling in Minnesota? Stay tuned.
    3M management is not going to be happy.

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    • Hans says:

      No all the stock holders are really going to be pissed… that and the board of directors.. think he will soon be out of a job…. stock will probably loose 50 %…


  22. MicD says:

    Super Human


  23. Tom says:

    Brothers and sisters, as we head into Holy Week, may the love and grace of our Lord be upon you and with you, and may He lead you in new ways to share it with those who most need it. Peace and blessings to all.

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  24. TheWanderingStar says:

    These pressers have got to be an ass whipping. For our President I think he’s energized by the back and forth and he enjoys the limelight. The “good doctors” on the other hand have gotten their fill of it and the President just keeps pushing them out there in front of the cameras day after day after day. That’s probably why Fauci the Gnome skipped out on some of them. He’s worn out. It appears to be wearing on Birx too and even Pence looks as if he has grown weary as well. Before too long these folks are going are to be begging PDJT to end it. Not to mention that the press stinks and the TV camera lights are hot! See y’all tomorrow.

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    • trapper says:

      PDJT is making them own their recommendations publicly and daily. This is Fauci’s shut down. Birx crunches the numbers, but Fauci owns the whole damn mess. Make him choke on his own backtracking.

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  25. musicdoc2020 says:

    Right at the 2:00:00 mark in current video. Question about Joe Biden’s latest tweet. Trump: “Joe Biden didn’t write that. He’s probably not even watching right now, and if he is he has no idea what’s going on.” Brutal. And wickedly funny.

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  28. DesertRain says:

    How will herd immunity develop if humans are hermetically sealed in their homes?

    Don’t we need the virus to spread at a reasonable pace among the young and healthy?

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  29. sunnyflower5 says:

    Paging Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx .
    Paging Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx ……

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  30. Richie5Angels says:

    Word is getting out now…..

    “FDA won’t allow asymptomatic testing for COVID-19, preferring instead to allow perfectly healthy – and immune Americans to sit at home while the economy rots into the earth. That’s insane. How will people who are immune due to prior exposure get back to work? How will people who have been in lock-down but who have no symptoms know they can go back to work? This lock-down won’t last. We need to be like Korea”



  31. sickconservative says:

    Really the more you read the more the skeptical you become at this point.
    Somethings going to blow at this point. Have family and friends in NJ that are panicking while few from other area’s are panicked at this point.
    Play it safe at this point but don’t see the hysteria for most of the country so far.


  32. Liberty Forge says:

    I am just now getting to listening to this broadcast.

    There is a sea-change. Whoa. Just listen.

    Compare this broadcast to just the one before.

    I am still trying to digest, but again — whoa.

    President Trump is not taking crap from anyone. Dr. Fauci is peddling as fast as he can, and even Dr. Brix is downplaying.

    Some Thing Has Changed.

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  33. arete55 says:

    Have there been any expressions of encouragement (and collegial understanding) coming from our living, former, Presidents in support of Trump’s efforts to save “millions” of American lives?

    …..or, have they been strategically mute due to their collective ambitions to see him overwhelmed
    by the magnitude of the crisis and their incessant globalization initiative?

    Just Asking

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    • Liberty Forge says:

      arete55 — Whoa. That is a most excellent question. Truly.

      We have heard absolutely nothing from former President Bush. Zip.

      ObamaMama has only reminded us about Climate Change, and that it is really important to get out to vote.

      Amazing really. Think about it.

      Former living Presidents are basically silent on the “crisis” our current President is facing.


    • Rileytrips says:

      I would have thought Jimmy Carter- a supposed good, Christian gentleman ( although not too bright) would have had something positive or supportive to say.
      The rest of the living ex’s – Clinton, Bush II, Obama – absolutely not. Each of them pushed NAFTA and enabled the outsourcing of all our Manufacturing to China – heck they probably all profited greatly from that over the years. They also left the country’s pandemic response and preparedness in a terrible state. They are complicit and partly responsible for this mess.


      • MaineCoon says:

        They are also quietly sitting on the sidelines, saying nothing, offering no encouragement or advise, because they are very confident President Trump will surely fail this time.


        • CountryClassVulgarian says:

          I remember one of the media hacks asked President Trump if he’d called any of the former Presidents for “advice”. That question was meant for him to say yes, he is open to talking to them. Then the headlines would be “Trump Admits He Needs Help From Former Presidents”. But once again, President saw it coming and knocked it down. He responded that he has an excellent team and no he does not need to call them.


  34. dimbulbz says:

    Saw a great bumper sticker today… “Make America China’s Bitch again… Vote Democratic”

    I had tears in my eyes…

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  35. CNN_sucks says:

    We are still waiting for that difficult 2 weeks. Praying that PDJT put a stop on all the insanity.


  36. Peter says:

    Fascinating today what the Head of the FDA had to say.

    My previous comment on the previous CTH Fauci article suggested that the Physician’s were being left out of the response and PDJT should add a general physician to the task force.

    TODAY in the presser the FDA head specifically mentioned discussing Hydroxycloroquine with patient’s Physicians. This was a big shift from their previous commentary on Hcq+Az.

    I have been watching all the task force briefings and that was the first time I have heard the Physician’s perspective mentioned.

    The ground is obviously shifting quickly on HCQ.

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  37. Mist'ears Mom says:

    Why is the President still telling us that the worse is yet to come and there will be many deaths in the next week?
    There is no proof that will happen. Its supposition, why can’t he say we are watching this and will report on the situation accordingly instead of furthering the fear mongering…
    Its disappointing. I love our President but I am feeling let down as it seems the only thing of concern is the fixation on an unknown “massive” amount of people dying…
    People are dying but not of this manufactured ‘coronavirus’.


  38. Brian says:

    Perhaps someone can help me find the number of hospitalized NY Covid patients that are in ICU. When I do a search all I get is the sky is falling porn. I just want to compare this number with ventilators delivered. Might be interesting.


  39. CountryClassVulgarian says:

    I am glad President Trump talked about ventilators today. If you did not know any better and heard the drive bys and fredo-2 talk about them you’d think they save lives. When in reality by the time an infected person gets sick enough to need one that’s the end. The insistence on having/needing more ventilators is essentially condemning people to die. Our President knows that.

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