White House Coronavirus Task Force Briefing – 7:00pm 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 7:00pm 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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642 Responses to White House Coronavirus Task Force Briefing – 7:00pm ET Livestream….

  1. Troublemaker10 says:

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  2. Garavaglia says:

    Loved the way he handled that snarky question from john Robert’s wife.

    Liked by 7 people

  3. roy1982blog says:

    What is their OBSESSION with masks. Not one of them wears one. I think at this point they want to put so much pressure on him to wear one because the second they can get a photo of the POTUS wearing a mask, it will be a great victory in the propaganda war. For some reason this seems to be a goal. No newscaster wears one, no reporter, no politicians have been seen with one. It obviously isn’t a health concern, it’s a propaganda concern.

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    • upstate909 says:

      Sometimes I think it is one more step toward islam conformity, and they are extremely adamant about that point. Sometimes I think it is an easier way for the Antifa folk to look normal amongst society. Maybe it is just a symbolism for suppression of speech. Who knows.

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      • steph_gray says:

        Also “solidarity” with Communist China. Masks are common there, along with many other aberrant consequences of evil Communist dystopian mindset.

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    • nimrodman says:

      very astute, Roy

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    • Birx gave the guidlines to mitigation as stay 6′ apart, wash hands, dont touch your face till you wash your hands. No mention of masks.

      Fauci even stated mitigation is all about no contact with others meaning 6′ apart, no crowds. Again no metion of masks.

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      • Medicine Man says:

        As a health care professional, I wear a mask out in public. It’s all about not to touching my face with my hands..that’s the primary transmission we have found because I stay 6 feet away from people.

        I also purell every time I have to touch something like a shopping cart. Plus I wash my hands when I get home.

        A few common sense things like this and I won’t get the virus.

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        • Yes it is all about common sense and the guidelines. I pointed out what the task team medical experts said as masks were still considered recommended but optional.

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        • amjean says:

          ….just like when one has the regular flu…..do not contaminate other people.

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        • MfM says:

          If I felt I got the disease, I wouldn’t be wearing a mask in public, I wouldn’t be in public.

          If I was wearing a mask in public, I’d be constantly touching my face.

          When I rarely go grocery shopping, I’m wearing gloves. I put them on as I walk in and take one off to deal with payment. They remind me not to touch my face.

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        • rebelinme2 says:

          As a retired health care professional… I wish they started right off giving workers in these coronavirus treatment areas the full face masks formally used to protect from spitters instead of simple mouth cover. Those paper masks don’t cover the eyes and most of the face very well and the face shields can be washed with disinfectant. In elderly care homes that have been hit hard, I suspect people think if they have gloves on it’s enough even if they roam room to room with the same gloves. I was taught to wash hands before and after wearing gloves as well. And, I am mortified that during the midst of flu season people had to be schooled on washing their hands. I read that last year over 80,000 died from flu and that didn’t generate enough concern to social distance and push hand washing? I hope that after this, people en masse will adopt the habit of handwashing as a way of life like we health care professionals do. Have a good day, and stay safe. God be with you.

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      • PJ Butler says:

        I wear a mask; especially when going to Walmart. Don’t touch a cart without wiping it down.
        There’s an expression for us old people “no fool like an old fool”. I got one for you all “Being young and dumb” will kill us all. It’s smart to be pro-active. I’m no old fool. Get with the program.

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    • Bubby says:

      It certainly is a demonstration of how easily it is to scare people into giving up some of their freedom for a false sense of physical security. What next Chairman Mao suits and hats?

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    • ms doodlebug says:

      They can’t even give us accurate statistics. I don’t know how I feel about people being classified as a ‘herd’ but they have stated they do not know if there is a ‘herd effect or immunity’ where we have been exposed to the virus and developed an immunity to it. That’s part of their ‘antibody test’ conversation. So…how can they come up with predictions or statistics (guesses) about how many cases and deaths there will be nationwide when they don’t know how many have been exposed to it?

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    • GGHD says:

      [Copied from another Website, Powerline April 5, 2020.] = DATA SUGGEST MASKS MATTER, TESTS DON’T
      “Analysis of testing’s impact on death rates and Asia’s experience with face masks yields surprising results. Masks may be more important than testing to control COVID-19’s spread.”

      “We have posted several contributions by our friend Brian Sullivan. Brian is a serial entrepreneur who founded and now runs a cutting-edge cancer research company. He is an exceptionally able man in several respects; among other things, he understands mathematics. Unlike, apparently, every journalist in the United States. Brian has been analyzing international data on COVID-19 and has come to some striking conclusions.” …

      “If test and death rates are correlated, then it is hard to explain why countries with the two highest death rates, Italy and Spain, have per capita testing levels 30 times higher than the country with the lowest death rate, Japan. According to Worldometer, Italy and Spain have performed nearly 11,000 tests per million people while Japan has only performed 310 tests per million.” …

      Second, it highlights the speciousness of using testing as a metric to judge the Trump administration’s response to the Wuhan virus outbreak. The data strongly suggest the slow test rollout of testing in the US will have had no effect on the spread of the virus. Math-challenged critics find it convenient to use test numbers as a cudgel against Trump, but test numbers are meaningless as a predictor of epidemic outcome.”…

      “The only metric that matters is the number of deaths.”

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      • rebelinme2 says:

        “The only metric that matters is the number of deaths.”And they only matter if the death was really due to the virus and not when they die of other things and get lumped into the coronavirus deaths anyway. I fear that if someone died in car crash and they tested the remains and found exposure, they would be lumped into the virus death count. In Maine, the influenza count now includes anyone who died with pneumonia…

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    • J says:

      Their obsession with masks lies in the realm of human psychology. The more people seen wearing a mask, the further the spread of fear, paranoia and hysteria.

      As in “OMG everyone is wearing a mask!! This must be worse than what the facts and critical thinking are telling me! I must get a mask!! We are all going to DIE!!!”

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      • steph_gray says:

        I think I posted yesterday here on another thread that driving back from the grocery store in my cul-de-sac (wide thoroughfares, easy walking, no problem to give people three times the 6 foot berth if desired), I saw a woman out walking wearing a mask. There was NOBODY ELSE walking at the time (cloudy, a little late – not to mention she was missing all the fresh air).

        Also, I’m re-listening to the President’s briefing from yesterday evening while typing this. He just heard him say “I would wear a mask if I thought it was important.”

        That’s freedom in a nutshell. He knows that it is not important to wear one in the briefing room where all the people standing next to him, including himself, are frequently tested.

        That woman, on the other hand, is 100% likely, given that this is blue MA, to be a mentally ill TDS sufferer who probably believes with all her being that the virus could jump off a fast moving truck from the nearby highway and leap into her body. Oh, and that it would be “Trump’s fault” when it happened.

        But she’s free to do what she thinks is important too.

        At this moment she owes her freedom to be an idiot more to the continued success of this President, who is fighting for her to keep it, than to any other human being on the planet.

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  4. Troublemaker10 says:

    It’s another “sources say” article, but sounds likely to me. Fauci/Brix not interested in using hydroxychloroquine until clinic trials are done…and Navarro (with Trump) pushing its use based on doctors reporting and global studies.

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    • John says:

      Seems to be working in South Korea,France and Australia.

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    • Rileytrips says:

      Just illustrates to us all that:
      1. President Trump and VP Pence really care about the American citizens – our health and our livelihood. They don’t want ANY American to die from this or have to be hospitalized.
      2. Fauci and Brix — and most everyone else in DC — just want to MANAGE the crisis and are more interested in their false data sets and research projects. They don’t see Americans, they don’t see people. They have no empathy.

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      • randyinrocklin says:

        We’re just another “statistic” in their minds.

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      • CountryClassVulgarian says:

        This is what Statists do they simply “manage crises”.. They have no new ideas, They can’t think beyond data, models, peer reviews and processes that worked a million years ago. They do not know how to move obstacles because THEY are and have always been the obstacles that stop innovation and modernization. They are worse than dinosaurs they are fossils and sadly they don’t even know it.

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        • amjean says:

          The issue with data and their “models” is that I believe there is a tendency to attempt
          to manipulate them in order to achieve a desired result. One has only to look at climate change and Obamacare for examples.

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          • Toenail says:

            Great post that hits a very important point. Liberals enter any situation and try to manipulate the outcome to fit their desired outcome.

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    • Paul Vincent Zecchino says:

      Notice that none of them are practicing this obnoxious, socialist engineering scam known as ‘social distancing’, nor are any of them wearing masks and gloves.

      Doesn’t that tell us this is all an overblown Globalist psyop?

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      • Magabear says:

        Very good point.

        Here’s an idea. If the media wants PDJT to wear a mask, he could instead install a big sheet of plastic in front of the presstitutes to keep them from infecting him. They are parasites afterall. 😁

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    • fragemall says:

      Go for broke, Mr President. Trust your instinct and do not wait! Go against the fake news and biased doctors and we deplorables will have your back!

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    • Charlie Currie says:

      Just saw on Instapundit that Italy has gone all Opra – you get hydroxychloroquine, you get hydroxychloroquine, you get hydroxychloroquine, you get hydroxychloroquine, everyone gets hydroxychloroquine!

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    • CountryClassVulgarian says:

      Drs Gloom and Doom have nothing to worry about. Our President knows full well that when this is all over HE will blamed for mass deaths because HE did not push for the use of the hydroxychloroquine cocktail.
      It was only a week ago that they were all blaming him for “not acting in time ” for “not taking the virus seriously” for “calling this a hoax”. They will turn the conversation on a dime the second its suits them to start blaming the high death toll on the President not allowing the use of hydroxychloroquine. They will retcon all their comments and ridiculous questions and pretend the President never talked about it.
      They will claim the good doctors were “pushing for quick clinical trials” and completely ignore the fact the “experts” are arguing that it should not be used until there ARE trials – six, eight months, a year. whatever.
      President Trump know this. This is why he is not going to to stop talking about it.

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      • steph_gray says:

        Hmm, “retconn” – Bongino’s terminology is spreading. ☺️ Great word for what the yellowstream does routinely.

        But I disagree that the gaslighting in this case will work. The whole country is home on the sofa watching the briefings. They know who mentioned HCQ first.

        And I started redpilling every moonbat in my circle with two facts weeks ago, learned from CTH, that had not yet been mentioned. One was the success of HCQ. The other was the emerging reality that the China virus came out of a lab and not a wet market.

        There’s nothing like exhibiting early knowledge about facts to help pry moonbats out of their adherence to their lying media.

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    • Medicine Man says:

      Everyone is using it (in hospitals) in Michigan from my sources for the sickest patients.
      I‘M sure others are across the country. It’s irrelevant what the other two feel/say. At the moment, from my sources, the supply is somewhat limited.

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      • dallasdan says:

        The hydroxychloroquine cocktail naysayers are about to be buried by the positive data they dislike the most.

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      • Beverly says:

        In New York City, doctors and nurses are taking Plaquenil prophylactically, so there’s that. I got my GP to prescribe it for me: I have been tested positive for the Kung Flu and have been very ill, quarantined at home. CVS drugstore in Manhattan refused to fill it, claiming the doc hadn’t told them I was a covid 19 patient; he said he DID tell them that; but they pleaded “nationwide shortage” and blew us off.

        So we tried Walgreens, and thank God, were able to get it filled. They didn’t have a problem or claim it was out of stock (also, I’d faxed my hospital report to the GP so maybe he sent a copy on to Walgreens? anyway, I’m SO happy I have my meds now). I’m over 60 and have chronic rhinitis, so any lung ailments are liable to turn into pneumonia.

        Thank God the President told us about this precious medicine. Plaquenil + azithromycin + zinc: if you can’t get zinc, eat beef: it’s LOADED with zinc.

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      • PJ Butler says:

        Doctors in Australia are giving health workers BCG, a tuberculosis treatment drug. Cheap and been around for over a 100 years.

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        • rebelinme2 says:

          There’s that latent TB population in the background again. I am glad they are giving people TB treatment in Australia, I think it is a good idea. It will protect latent TB people and also the public by treating those people.

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  5. When’s the corner saloon gonna reopen?

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  6. Paul Vincent Zecchino says:

    He can hold all the news conferences he wants. He can talk tough all he wants. Until he acts to dump these two hack bureaucrats, and reopens the country, it’s all BS, nothing but happy talk.

    And the end of it will be economic collapse, home imprisonment, famine, disease, and genocide.

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  7. CM-TX says:

    Enough! Next Presser bring in this guy… he can teach PDJT how to throw some punches.

    I’ll also pay to watch him first smash Fraudci into the ground… won’t take much– he’s halfway there already! 😂

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  8. vikingmom says:

    Didn’t see the whole presser… Was there ANY discussion on the IHME website not being updated since April 1st or any questions for Dr. Birx as to whether they are even considered credible anymore when their data was so far off the reality on the ground? She was the one who called them the “Gold Standard” for their data a week ago!

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  9. Troublemaker10 says:

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  10. Clearly Fauci got his ass kicked for stubbornly resisting even TRYING hydro therapy at a doctor’s direction . And deservedly so . I think VSGTRUMP sees it will “ do no harm “ ( Medical oath) and may very well help ( evidence is there) . Fauci really has no legitimate argument against Trying therapy on a large scale (it has FDA approval – thankfully Dr Hahn not a career deep stater , came from real practice / private medicine) . What is he afraid of , that it might work ? He now looks more and more like a petty careerist fascist bureaucrat with his “mitigation until vaccine or until my precious models say it’s safe”. Birx looked chastened tool

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  11. lackawaxen123 says:

    when is Fauci going to drag out his models that show the death count from an economic downturn ? the CDC and NIH have studied this for decades with real data …

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  12. Peter says:

    So the week in summary:
    He has listen to the experts and made them divulge their modeling. (He also pointedly said it’s not my model ) from the Washington University.

    The experts stated 2.2-2.6M would have died if they did nothing.

    Fauci/Birx it can be kept down to 100,000 to 200,000 if there is 90% compliance with the social distancing/mitigation for the next 30 days. The benchmark is laid down.

    PDJT then gets Hann (FDA) to talk about what we have known all along that Physicians and their patients should decide about HCQ+Az treatment option. (Yesterday)

    Today announces movements of HCQ is being supervised by military for the national stockpile direct to pharmacies. Blocks Fauci on a HCQ question to put the media into one last tirade.

    Mean time the pneumonia and influenza deaths across the country are way below trend of last couple of years. (Either due to social distancing has worked for that as well or deaths were reported as covid19 instead)

    Cuomo’s slide on hospitalization showed 500 admissions and 1700 discharges ie -1200 which must surely force his hand on the HCQ +Az.

    My guess is PDJT knows that is coming and has locked in all the data points for HCQ+Az to keep the death toll down to 20,000 to 25,000. Which is still horrific and our thoughts and prayers are will all affected.

    It’s been a master class in giving hope, managing risk, listening to the experts and holding them accountable, while also listening more widely to the Physicians who are also hero’s on the front line, taking the hits from a hostile media and being 2 steps ahead of everyone.

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    • jimrockfish says:

      CDC currently lists 24k-63k flu deaths for this season. All without a peep from anybody.

      No shredding of the Constitution. No destroying the greatest economy in our history. No closing businesses. No ordering us to stay home. Etc. Etc.

      While I agree the deaths are tragic for both illnesses, it’s time to get a grip and get back to work.

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    • JoeB says:

      Best comment I have read in months.

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    • dallasdan says:

      “Blocks Fauci on a HCQ question to put the media into one last tirade.”

      This was the highlight of the briefing, IMO.

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    • steph_gray says:

      Peter, can’t do Likes so 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻.

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  13. Troublemaker10 says:

    That’s one sick mind.

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  14. lolli says:

    Article from citizenfreepress 👀

    Interesting article about an argument between Navarro and Fauci.
    Over hydroxychloraquine.

    True or not, don’t know. But, it sounds very plausible.

    https://www.citizenfreepress.com/breaking/inside-scoop-peter-navarro-explodes-at-fauci-in-heated-showdown-over-hydroxychloroquine/

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  15. Beau Geste says:

    new paper from Australia (not from our own CDC…)

    Title:
    “The FDA-approved Drug Ivermectin inhibits the replication of SARS-CoV-2 in vitro”, Antiviral Research, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.antiviral.2020.104787.
    Summary. Although several clinical trials are now underway to test possible therapies, the worldwide response to the COVID-19 outbreak has been largely limited to monitoring/containment. We report here that Ivermectin, an FDA-approved anti-parasitic previously shown to have broad-19 spectrum anti-viral activity in vitro, is an inhibitor of the causative virus (SARS-CoV-2), with a single addition to Vero-hSLAM cells 2 hours post infection with SARS-CoV-2 able to effect ~5000-fold reduction in viral RNA at 48 h. Ivermectin therefore warrants further investigation for possible benefits in humans.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      A few other ivermectin papers (nobel prize for its discovery…)

      Ivermectin: enigmatic multifaceted ‘wonder’ drug continues to surprise and exceed expectations J Antibiot (Tokyo). 2017 May;70(5):495-505. doi: 10.1038/ja.2017.11.
      Abstract
      Over the past decade, the global scientific community have begun to recognize the unmatched value of an extraordinary drug, ivermectin, that originates from a single microbe unearthed from soil in Japan. Work on ivermectin has seen its discoverer, Satoshi ?mura, of Tokyo’s prestigious Kitasato Institute, receive the 2014 Gairdner Global Health Award and the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, which he shared with a collaborating partner in the discovery and development of the drug, William Campbell of Merck & Co. Incorporated. Today, ivermectin is continuing to surprise and excite scientists, offering more and more promise to help improve global public health by treating a diverse range of diseases, with its unexpected potential as an antibacterial, antiviral and anti-cancer agent being particularly extraordinary.

      Ivermectin Inhibits Bovine Herpesvirus 1 DNA Polymerase Nuclear Import and Interferes with Viral Replication.Microorganisms. 2020 Mar 13;8(3). pii: E409. doi: 10.3390/microorganisms8030409
      The broad spectrum antiviral ivermectin targets the host nuclear transport importin ?/?1 heterodimer. Antiviral Res. 2020 Mar 2:104760. doi: 10.1016/j.antiviral.2020.104760. [Epub ahead of print]

      Ivermectin inhibits DNA polymerase UL42 of pseudorabies virus entrance into the nucleus and proliferation of the virus in vitro and vivo.Lv C et al. Antiviral Res. (2018)
      Antivirus effectiveness of ivermectin on dengue virus type 2 in Aedes albopictus.Xu TL et al. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. (2018)

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      • Beau Geste says:

        Will the CDC, + nevada, michigan and other dem governors block ivermectin if it is useful, to keep their citizens dying on ventilators?
        Confiscate all supplies?
        see drug treatment as a threat to high-profit vaccines?

        Based on CDC behavior with HCQ, Ivermectin must be WAY too inexpensive for the US CDC and FDA, so it would never be recommended, even if it is effective at moderating the Chinese Virus. According to Wikipedia, the wholesale cost in the developing world for Ivermectin is about US$0.12 for a course of treatment. 12 Cents !!! It is on the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines, the safest and most effective medicines needed in a health system. So, why is this work not done in the US by the CDC? Are we stupid? Shouldn’t the CDC jump on cheap drug approaches like a squirrel onto the last peanut on earth? (scott adams phrase) How could the CDC NOT approve cheap, safe drugs for use in the US, to slow the Chinese virus, despite the CDC being determined only to develop an expensive vaccine no matter what?

        If PDJT is re-elected, hopefully he can clean out the infestation in the CDC/FDA.

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      • Den says:

        Now is the time to start administering all of the existing drugs that we now know work and stop all of this academic masturbation. As Jack Nicholson said in As Good As It Gets: “I’m drowning here and you’re describing the water”.

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      • steph_gray says:

        … originates from a single microbe unearthed from soil in Japan

        Fascinating. Makes me wonder whether all those articles FaceBook puts on my page about gardening might actually have this discovery at their base.

        I have frequently seen items appear (because I do a lot of garden posts and pictures) that microbes in the soil coming in contact with your body are good for your health. Always dismissed them as the usual confirmation bias until now… But no question that the fresh air and sun and dirt have been my best therapy during the Virusapocalypse.

        Gotta tear myself away from CTH today and go thin out my overgrown irises – think I’ll skip the gloves… 😆

        Again, thanks to all the treepers who provide such excellent information on this wonderful site!

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    • rebelinme2 says:

      Yes folks, Ivermectin is used widely in agriculture and veterinary medicine, but PLEASE DON’T SELFMEDICATE WITH ANIMAL DRUGS ! Think of the guy who died because he and his wife drank fish tank cleaner because it contained the word used for the human medicine that the President talked about.

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  16. Den says:

    It’s been suggested that Trump start listening to the doctors on the front line that are actively treating this disease and permanently shelf comrade Fauci.

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  17. theasdgamer says:

    Mrs. Gamer reports that the hospital census is way down. Lots of stuff has been postponed to make room for expected cases. Not too many hospitalized cases so far here in flyover country.

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  18. rebelinme2 says:

    Well, you all can mark yesterday as the day pigs flew… my millenial liberal daughter told me she watched the Potus and it was good, and said she has watched every one of his briefings and liked them… proof there is hope yet for the hard core never trumpers to learn.

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  19. waterthelibertytree01 says:

    PT’s tweets about the light at the end of the tunnel def have something to do with this.

    Looks like someone leaked out the Fauci mess from yesterday’s internal meeting.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/health/peter-navarro-explodes-faucci-heated-showdown-over-hydroxychloroquine

    Let’s see how this plays out today and next few days. Dr DoomDeath was not on yesterday. Reason given – PPE discussion not needing him there.

    THey have him dead in the rights. It really is keep your friends close, enemies closer.

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    • waterthelibertytree01 says:

      if you don’t want to click:

      “Fauci – who’s not got his own Twitter hashtag, #FireFauci – began pushing back against Navarro, repeating his oft-repeated contention that ‘there’s only anecdotal evidence’ that the drug works against COVID-19.

      Navarro exploded – after Fauci’s mention of anecdotal evidence “just set Peter off.” The economic adviser shot back “That’s the science, not anecdote,” while pointing to the stack of folders on the desk, which included the results of studies from around the world showing its efficacy.

      Here’s what unfolded next, via Axios:

      Navarro started raising his voice, and at one point accused Fauci of objecting to Trump’s travel restrictions, saying, “You were the one who early on objected to the travel restrictions with China,” saying that travel restrictions don’t work. (Navarro was one of the earliest to push the China travel ban.)

      Fauci looked confused, according to a source in the room. After Trump imposed the travel restrictions, Fauci has publicly praised the president’s restriction on travel from China.
      Pence was trying to moderate the heated discussion. “It was pretty clear that everyone was just trying to get Peter to sit down and stop being so confrontational,” said one of the sources.
      Eventually, Kushner turned to Navarro and said, “Peter, take yes for an answer,” because most everyone agreed, by that time, it was important to surge the supply of the drug to hot zones.
      The principals agreed that the administration’s public stance should be that the decision to use the drug is between doctors and patients.
      Trump ended up announcing at his press conference that he had 29 million doses of hydroxychloroquine in the Strategic National Stockpile.
      According to a source familiar with the coronavirus task force, “There has never been a confrontation in the task force meetings like the one yesterday,” adding “People speak up and there’s robust debate, but there’s never been a confrontation. Yesterday was the first confrontation.”

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      • waterthelibertytree01 says:

        i want to back this off….sorry….this was a bit of fake news in the reporting……..Navarro clarified it this morning…..but lets still watch the unfolding

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  20. theasdgamer says:

    I have yet to see any medical personnel leading the response to coronavirus who are competent. All are academics and all lack critical thinking skills. Failure of leadership from the top. Sorry, my fellow conservatives, it’s true.

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  21. theasdgamer says:

    Didier Raoult does hydroxychloroquine studies and cherry picks the data. Don’t use his studies. Bathwater.

    Vladimir Zelenko does HCQ/zinc studies and gives general conclusions. Baby.

    It would help with persuasion of some other docs would report on Zelenko’s treatment regimen.

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  22. theasdgamer says:

    If there’s low viral load in the patient, HCQ alone may work. If there’s high viral load, the patient has to have zinc.

    You cannot diagnose high viral load without a lab test. Prudence suggests that doctors prescribe zinc along with HCQ since lab results reporting may be dilatory and time is of the essence using HCQ/zinc.

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  23. theasdgamer says:

    “Hydroxychloroquine Is Ineffective In Treatment Of Patients Hospitalized With Covid-19, According To Small Controlled Trial From Shanghai”

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/williamhaseltine/2020/03/25/hydroxychloroquine-is-ineffective-in-treatment-of-patients-hospitalized-with-covid-19-according-to-small-controlled-trial-from-shanghai/#14619b16092c

    HCQ isn’t a miracle drug by itself against covid19.

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