Navarro Discusses Angered POTUS Saying: “I Don’t Want to Talk To China Right Now”…

White House trade and manufacturing policy advisor Peter Navarro appears on Fox News to discuss the administration’s outlook toward China and the intense focus to bring critical manufacturing back to the U.S.

Earlier in the day a visibly angered President Trump told Maria Bartiromo he “doesn’t want to talk to China right now”, and Navarro highlights exactly why.   All administration policy and economic influence is targeted to remove Chinese manufacturing from the U.S. supply chain.  President Trump officials openly discussing an intentional U.S. effort to decouple from China is a significant shift…. WATCH:

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140 Responses to Navarro Discusses Angered POTUS Saying: “I Don’t Want to Talk To China Right Now”…

  1. old sneakers says:

    Communist China is clearly our mortal enemy, but if we go to war with them, we will end up rebuilding that shiiithole country. Just cut them off every way possible, make them dead to the US of A, thats a pain worse than death, for them.

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    • mike says:

      Substantial conventional warfare is likely to injure both pretty badly.
      Maybe muslim civs would be the beneficiaries, not the West or most non moz Asians.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      The Communist China Party already declared a “People’s War” on us, last year, on three of four fronts, and from appearances the CCP is ramping up the fourth front now.
      And yet no one in our corrupt press will report this.
      But we heard it.

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    • Sharpshorts says:

      “…if we go to war with them…”

      We ARE at war with our ” great friend Xi ” in China. The CCP declared war against the west beginning in the 1970s…Nixon and Kissinger opened the dragon’s door.
      Our “allies” have all but surrendered to the CCP.

      PDT is the first president that has understood the scope of the danger that China’s tyranny presents to the world. They are not anyone’s “friend” nor have they been since WW II. The allies used China to help against the Japanese Emperor back then, much as we accepted Stalin’s Soviets to help us against Hitler’s Germany.

      The west has tried using China since the 70’s…and Putin’s Russia may yet try to “befriend” China, thinking they can control China’s ambitions…The world remains a very dangerous place and it seems likely to become even more dangerous.

      This is just my opinion of course…
      Maybe we will ‘all just get along’ and sing Kum ba yah around the campfire
      just like the good old days…

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    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      We need to brain drain them too. Get all Chinese student visas canceled and send them home.
      Matter of national security.

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    • not2worryluv says:

      Let them experience “Death By A Thousand Cuts”

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    • not2worryluv says:

      Let them experience “Death By A Thousand Cuts”

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    • dachuckster says:

      We tried that with Japan and we ended up at war with them anyway after Pearl Harbor. Do you think the CCP will just sit back and let us turn them back into another 3rd world sh*thole?

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    • I do not agree. When Imperial Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, we lost between 2000–3000 people. This willful attack by CCP China with Covid19 has killed 80,000 Americans. Previous attacks by Chinese manufactured street drugs Flacca and Fentanyl have killed 100,000+ people. Mostly youth. This attack began in 2015, it has not ceased. No we must destroy the CCP CHINA REGIME, just as we destroyed Imperial Japan….We must destroy The CCP Regime, eliminate all it’s elites…kill them. Destroy the CCP CHINA REGIME MILITARY and destroy their Nukes and Other weapons of mass destruction such as Bioweapons. We must eliminate this threat….they have landed a deadly blow on us….We must defend ourselves and defeat them…in order for our Country to survive…yes, it is that serious.

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      • dachuckster says:

        I do not disagree with you.

        I just don’t see the US as a nation, people, whatever being ready for the conflict.

        We already have a significant number of bureaucrats, professional politicians and business leaders ready to sell the entire nation down the drain for personal gain. It will take something like 10X of this virus in combination with a military attack from the PRC to get this nation off it’s lazy butt.

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  2. nimrodman says:

    Hey, we’ve already GOT a trade agreement, it was signed in January (?)
    Let’s just live with that one for awhile, see how it goes

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    • Chris says:

      It’s thinking like this that has caused the trade issues with China. In reality, there is no trade agreement that will ever foster good relations. The best relationship we can have with China is no relationship at all.

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      • nimrodman says:

        Well, I guess I’ve got to spell it out then

        I was supporting President Trump’s position that he has no impetus to talk to China right now about “re-opening trade talks”

        …. because PresTrump’s team just reached a conclusion on trade talks a couple months ago

        Follow?

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        • Mary Van Deusen says:

          You’re missing the part of the conversation about the out clause put in by China at the last minute that negated the agreement in the case of a naturally occurring pandemic. Trump has continuously said that he’ll wait and see what China does about the agreement. I take that to mean whether China utilizes that out clause to not go through with the agreement. Because Trump has changed the way he’s discussing China trade, I’ve assumed that he now knows that they WILL take the out clause option.

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          • Tornarosa says:

            Astute observation Mary, but I don’t think they can use “naturally occurring pandemic”, this was lab-created. They should have worded it “accidentally occurring pandemdemic,” but that would have probably sounded like they were planning this all along as another prong of their ongoing asymmetric war program.

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            • Mary Van Deusen says:

              I think your statement is a bit too flat. There are arguments that it’s lab created. There are arguments that it’s naturally created, brought into the lab, investigated, and accidentally escaped. One rumor that I haven’t seen repeated was that lab personnel supplemented their meager income by selling lab animals to the wet market. YUCK! But whether it was in the lab for any reason (and on that I do agree that it originated there, though I sincerely doubt manufactured), that WOULD obviate the clause. Which is why China is absolutely frantic to make the argument that it originated in the wet market. Unless it could be proven, unlikely if China has been efficient in destroying evidence, it becomes an argument which they will use to bring the out option into force. With not enough proof, it’s unlikely a court case would focus on lab vs nature. So Trump would be stuck with a non-compliant China and not enough proof to force the issue in an international court. Which leaves Plan B, which seems to be what he is currently considering.

              By the way, there is absolutely no one I can see better than Best President Ever! to have to deal with the situation. I cry for what that poor man must go through, but am so deeply grateful that he’s taken on a burden which I trust him to handle better than any other living person.

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          • nimrodman says:

            Thanks, Mary, you’re right – I had missed that development

            Last I heard from PresTrump he was satisfied that the agreement was complete and was waiting to see if China would hold to it by purchasing the farm products they’d agree to

            The new development you’ve described changes the situation drastically – thanks for tipping me off to it

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            • Jan Pauliny-Toth says:

              They have no choice, really. Soy is either from the US, or Brasil. So if they buy Brasilian, the previous purchasers of that soy need must come hat in hand to the US.

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      • mostlyogauge says:

        if it wasn’t for bad luck, I’d have no luck at all.

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  3. HeLLINaHandbasket says:

    In addition to China is assh*le – our own people who set-up shop in China, don’t want to leave their profits behind to come home to an America First agenda = they is assh*le.

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    • HeLLINaHandbasket says:

      … and by the way – can I say how much I despise FoxNews right now?
      This biznatch cuts off Navarro’s important dialog, to comment about AF1 landing.
      My God, the sheer incompetence and unwillingness to FOCUS, is stunning!

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      • Chieftain says:

        Requirements to be a network talking head:
        (1) Willingness to live in The Big Wuhan (NYC) or Swamp (D.C.)
        (2) Youth, or if male a transferable audience from another network
        (3) A full head of hair and a willingness to pay more attention to its appearance than any news story
        (4) Good looks and especially for women cannot be overweight
        (5) Connections e.g. to a politically significant Democrat e.g. Chris Cuomo or Chelsea Clinton, George Stephanopolous, or rich elitist family e.g. Gloria Vanderbilt’s son Anderson Cooper, or nepotism e.g. Mike Wallace’s son Chris Wallace
        (6) a willingness to put the broadcast first before any family event, death, birth, or other consideration
        (7) at certain networks a perceived willingness to extend sexual favors
        (8) Not a requirement per se, but desirable to be gay, minority, female (if young and attractive)

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      • vinjejohn says:

        It was worse than that. She cut him short, initially, to bring in the Bright testimony. He promptly went to town on Bright, giving him a new orifice BTW, and she cuts him off to pivot to China. He noses in on that with no equivocation or nuance, and she cuts in with the AF1 landing, as you pointed out. It got so hot in here, I won’t need the furnace to come on all next winter. Sheesh.

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      • Tornarosa says:

        That frosted me too H in a HB. I had to switch to the WH camera for Pres Trump’s pep talk to the PPE workers in Allentown. The FOX crew were so amateurish. Audio sounded like they had a camera-mounted shotgun mike 50 feet away.

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    • Rj says:

      That’s why people need to STOP buying anything made in China and research everything you buy.

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      • 4gypsybreeze says:

        RJ—Easier said than done! I am on a roll today about this! Bought a wallet. Columbia outdoor gear. Based in Portland Oregon. On their website page—At Columbia, we’re as passionate about the outdoors as you are. And while our gear is available around the world, we’re proud to be based in the Pacific Northwest where the lush forests……..

        Yeah…right….I got the wallet. On the tin it arrives in….stamped Made in China. Inside the wallet the tag is Made in China…! And unless you want to wander around the rest of their website….you wouldn’t know—total globalist outfit! Wallet will be gifted…I am NOT using it!

        So saw another one I liked–OK…it is Vera Bradley. Had a purse by her in early 2000. Lasted forever. Based out of Ft. Wayne Indiana.
        I looked it up—Holy Mackeral–talk about a total sell-out! Do a wiki on Vera Bradley. In 2007 she closed up the Sewing operations…moved to China!

        And from what I gather she actually sent a letter to Lighthizer saying reducing production from approx. 95% China to 50%. in the works. And then advised when tariffs in effect that she still wasn’t going to move back to the U.S. and would go to Myanmar, Cambodia and Vietnam! Kicker—because there was a lack of sewing companies in the U.S. And…guess she kind of forgets that she closed down/reduced workforce in the U.S.—-Superior Sample, KAM Manufacturing and Phoenix Sewing…!

        What a witch! I have a few of her items…marked U.S.A. Once they are ready for the trash….I will no longer buy any more of her products.

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        • 4gypsybreeze says:

          It is people like her that should NOT be given any incentive to move back to the U.S.
          Greed. Pure greed. She didn’t care about the people that she had put out of work.

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        • mostlyogauge says:

          I am right there with you. I am scrutinizing everything. I don’t know what part of the country you’re in, but you could try local farmer’s markets, flea markets, and other local stores. I live in TN. There are many small mom and pop’s that make wallets, belts, tools, etc. Made right here out of USA grown cow leather.

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          • 4gypsybreeze says:

            I am in AZ! I got my first Vera so many years ago….at a local flea market…on the East Coast. And that was really before her purses became–all the rage–argh. And before she sold the U.S. out

            We have a lot of leather shops here….just they had not really opened up when I ordered the wallet.

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      • WRB says:

        That’s why people need to STOP buying anything made in China

        Or anywhere else, for that matter. You know the US is in trouble when you can’t buy a wooden spoon or a pad of paper made here.

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  4. Johnny Boost says:

    We can’t pivot away from China until we open up the country. Why the delay on this front?

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    • amjean says:

      dem govs

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    • GB Bari says:

      Because the uber rich multinational corporations through the US Chamber of Commerce have bought off far too many influential members of Congress (both parties) so there is significant personal financial incentive among those members of Congress to obstruct this effort.

      Some state legislators are also bought off so that they obstruct domestic mfg in their states by using environmental concerns as excuses. They do this despite their own constituents being on the losing end of their actions.

      The Congress members have many subtle ways to obstruct the return of mfg to America.

      But corruption is behind it all.

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    • bruzedorange says:

      We want new manufacturing jobs awaiting workers from the service jobs which will have been lost to the Wuhan shutdown.

      An incredible achievement of turning disaster into opportunity, if they can pull it off.

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    • Pale rider says:

      My question also, Johnny. Too many ‘drums’ beating in the background (and foreground) that sound ominous.
      This ‘vaccine’ issue is not good. Anytime you hear democrats in lockstep with republicans on anything, it’s bad. Fear is a very brutal master and this country is lead by extreme unrealistic fear right now, just count the masks.

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  5. sterling1776 says:

    If they’re pushed too far would they invade Taiwan? What would we and the world do? I want decoupling, but we need to consider what happens next. What’s the deterrence?

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    • GH says:

      China has been told what happens next should they invade Taiwan

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    • emet says:

      Taiwan is hugely invested in China. In fact, Taiwan helped build the Chinese economy into what it is today. When it comes to making money, both sides set everything else aside.
      Its a complex topic, often argued about, but after WW2 the KMT (Chiang Kai Shek) took the vast wealth they and their cronies stole and fled to Taiwan. A lot of this money was siphoned from US aid to help China fight the Japanese. Plus the US kept giving Taiwan aid, enriching select people.
      Then the Cultural Revolution in China winds up, and Chiang died so he was not going to “recover the mainland”, and the elite in Taiwan were flush with cash, and actually wanted their old lives back the way they were, in China. They viewed Taiwan as a backwater, inhabited by bumpkins and aboriginal headhunters.
      So, China needed investment, had cheap labor and no environmental controls; wealthy people in Taiwan had money to invest. Which brings us to today.
      Taiwan helped create the Golem, but they need the US to control it.

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  6. plane of the ecliptic says:

    “Remove Chinese manufacturing from the US supply chain”. Lord, I have been waiting for this a long, long time.

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    • waterthelibertytree01 says:

      30 F’in years too late!!!

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    • WVPatriot says:

      It was disturbing that kissinger was pushing to open America/china trade during the Nixon/Ford terms — 1968-1976. It has taken decades for us to learn the globalist — NWO — agenda (total) to turn the U.S.A. into a third world $h!t-whole.

      https://rense.com/general11/ksss.htm

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      • emet says:

        The fact that a Chinese spy (mole in the CIA) knew our every thought and plan did not help.
        See “Larry Wu Tai Chien“.

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    • sickconservative says:

      Ross Perot would be proud.

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      • Janeka says:

        He sure would., I also think he would be happy it wasn’t him that had to bathe in the swampy sewer of Washington DC.. His vision was the same as PDJT including the alligator claw pointer and the giant sucking sound from south of the border.. I’m not sure he thought Canada would eventually take advantage of the Chinese connection as they have.. The Republican Party elitist learned nothing from his candidacy.. maybe that’s not true, they did deeply entrench/enrich themselves in other peoples money.. God Rest his Soul..

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  7. albertus magnus says:

    Best President Ever!

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  8. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “the intense focus to bring critical manufacturing back to the U.S.”

    The sooner the better. It should have never been allowed to leave in the first place, but those that did allow it will be answering to a higher authority some day.

    1 Timothy 6:10 KJV
    For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.

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    • 4gypsybreeze says:

      Deplorable Infidel. Do a Wiki search on Vera Bradley. Look at what she did to people in Indiana. Got my blood boiling. And I really-really like the wallet she has now. Too bad she is a sell-out

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  9. fred5678 says:

    Unleashing the CCP virus om the world, and lying about it, has sealed the fate of China’s economic expansion. Dead as a doornail.

    Who the hell in their right mind would want to invest ANYTHING in, or buy ANYTHIING form, CHYNA now???

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    • FrankieZee says:

      Who? Why all the D RATS would. They love them some Wonton Soup with Bat Wings.

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    • mike says:

      China gets kicked out of Western civ but it remains to be seen how their push to Africa does.

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      • Remington says:

        Should work out very well. They no longer will have access to the largest market in the worldd, but we’ll their…trinkets….to third world Africa. In exchange for resources?

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        • Jan Pauliny-Toth says:

          Theit actual, as opposed the America’s alleged racism, is pissing off African states…cue deliberate defaults in one, two…

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  10. Elric VIII says:

    As well as disengaging from China, we need to get out of all of the globalist “World” and “International” organizations (WTO, WHO, etc.). And it would probably be in our best interests to get out of the U.N. and get the U.N. out of the U.S.

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  11. budklatsch says:

    Jobs, jobs, jobs! MAGA. Hold on everyone, your jobs and more are coming!

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  12. budklatsch says:

    Jobs, jobs, jobs! MAGA. Hold on everyone, your jobs and more are coming!

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  13. billybob says:

    I never fail to be impressed with Peter Navarro. President Trump couldn’t ask for a better defender and salesman for his trade policy’s .

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  14. plane of the ecliptic says:

    Good riddance. Their top exports to the world are death, destruction, and misery. The Virus, Fentanyl, Carfentanil, machetes to the Hutus in the 90s, and more. You cannot give your dog a biscuit treat without fear of it being poison from China.

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  15. Patience says:

    cheyena die nasty

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  16. AceODale says:

    One serious issue with disengaging with China involves their aggressive entries into Central and South American markets and governments. Just as we are working to remove neighboring Asian countries from China’s orbit, they’ve been working a decade and more to remove regional countries from us.

    So I’ve been delighted to see the results our President has in Mexico and Brazil.

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      Yes… and those Companies who are now buying into President Trump’s Made In America agenda, cannot just ‘drop everything’ and start up here again… it does take some time, and I imagine more than a few are ‘testing the wind’ regarding the election in Nov.

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  17. Bone Fish says:

    Abandon all concern about a second wave because each and every one of us will either acquire herd immunity or die from this CCP disease. Same goes for all present and future diseases that crop up via natural selection or introduced by our betters to profit from.

    Healthy people and people who want to remain healthy must exercise their God given right to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness in America. Everyone else, please stay home and mind your own business. Otherwise, the CCP way of life will quickly replace the American ideal way of life.

    Print to handout only if you’re healthy and want to remain healthy, and want work for a living …

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    • CountryDoc says:

      There is the debate about what the government can/shold require us to do. Should cooks and food service people be required by law to wash hands, meet germ standards?

      How will you protect the elderly frail people in your life?

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      • slowcobra says:

        I always look for your input, countrydoc.

        I am trying to figure out why we can’t go back to how it was, with maybe some modifications, because virus mutate so quickly that this hysteria-19 one is already gone.

        That’s why the vaccine would be useless.

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      • Bone Fish says:

        Acquire herd immunity or die CountryDoc, same as it ever was.

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        • CountryDoc says:

          Can you support your conclusions? Not all viruses give lifelong immunity. What makes you think death is the only alternative to acquiring herd immunity? I don’t know you or on what basis you speak.

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          • sturmudgeon says:

            Well, the people have never needed ‘the government’ to tell them what to do… and those that do need that ‘guidance’ are too weak to ‘live free’; which is what this particular Country is all about.

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            • CountryDoc says:

              Where do you draw the line. Do you have the right to drive as fast as you want to? Or put any car on the road you want to? Or wire your house any way you want to?

              Either we live by a law in this country or we don’t. If we don’t, then ditch it all, and we are back to the caveman days, wild west, or inner city ghetto, or Mafia Rule. If we are, then there is a line between reasonable and unreasonable laws.

              There are many unreasonable things happening. Unless We the People, get smart enough to vote and influence our government wisely, we are doomed. Rebelling against the government will destroy the government and we will be left with some other form of law to live by between where we are and the law of the jungle.

              POTUS is trying to shine sunlight, wake us up, and get us into action. If we don’t get with the program and reclaim government directed by reason, we will degenerate into something else.

              My point is the responsibility that comes with the rights protected by your government, dictate that you make every reasonable effort to follow the law. You can questions every law there is as “infringing on your freedoms and rights”. But there are many infringements you gladly accept and would not want others to have the freedoms to do what they want.

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          • zorrorides says:

            Doc! Let me help you count the ways. Of course I might never encounter the virus. Is that mathematically possible? Or you might avoid death and just continue having birthday parties. Or maybe you’re saying a person can just have an illness that passes in a few days. That could happen. Or like George Washington, our officers might make us drink treebark tea every few months. Others could drink tonic water and take vitamins and supplements listed on a poster they saw in a storefront window.

            Others might take medical tests and use the medicine prescribed as preventative and curative. The last choice is from an old carpenter buddy of mine. He’d tell everyone, “Hey if you think a cold or flu is coming on ya, just stick one of these double-dipped fence nails in your mouth and keep it there during the workday. Dull the point first, boxhead. I gayrontee, after the day’s over you’ll say. ‘Hey why do I have this damn nail in my mouth? I aint sick!'”

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            • CountryDoc says:

              General Washington made his orders for treebark based on the best science of the day, and had the authority to demand obedience under threat of punishment.

              Today science is better, but still inexact, and we have to make the best decisions we can. We need to form a government and society that gives us good advice. People who manipulate data, pretend to be helping us, but really are trying to take our freedoms away and violate the constitution, if caught, should be hanged.

              How do we treat/eliminate the cancer in our government without killing the patient? That is the question.

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          • chiefworm says:

            G’morning Doc. The only thing I can add to this particular conversation is “mutations”. Generally three things happen when viruses vs. Humans. We get it and our systems defends against it without us knowing about it (asymptomatic). Or, we get the virus and our body works hard to defend against it and win (sick). Lastly, we get the virus and our body is unable to defend against it and we succumb (death). Each time is a chance for the virus to mutate. The mutation will either be more virulent or less. We either have a healthy population that has a stronger immune system to fight this kind of virus or we die out as a species. Survival of the fittest. Sunlight is the greatest disinfectant so why do our quote unquote betters want us to stay inside? I trust “politicians” and “doctors” seeking celebrity as much as I would an FIB agent wanting to talk to me. The U.S. Constitution was drafted to confine the government, not the people…(steps off soapbox).

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            • CountryDoc says:

              Remember the virus is replicating INSIDE the host, and thats where the mutations occur, and can occur many times in one infection. There is a known mathematical rate at which mutations occur, and this knowledge has been used to track transmission pathways through populations and the world.

              Also the degree of expression or reaction of the gene pools of both the virus and the human host may vary depending on many other factors .

              So what you say is true in general, but not so simple and reliable that we can all just confidently get together and get it over with and let the chips fall where they may.

              How we react in our body, how we act in our individual behavior, and how we act as a population all make a difference.

              It looks like this virus is behaving more tamely than models (good or not) predicted. This has not always been the case. It is a Novel virus which means first pass can be devastating. But our responses, technology, virology, and, I believe some Providence (which included the wisdom of God’s design of our bodies and this word) — have made this different than it could have been

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      • 4gypsybreeze says:

        I would say yes they would have to wash their hands. That is just basic hygiene.

        How will I protect myself as an older person—the best I can. I am going through that now getting set up for joint replacement. One of the “recommendations” a week before surgery is post op…after all the lab work, etc…with my doctor. At that time I will be given a COVID test. Recommendations is that I quarantine until surgery, taking temp 2x a day. Contacting Dr. if it goes to 101. And I am just wondering if when they are getting ready to wheel me into the operating room if they will take another COVID test.. Snicker…. Recommendation is also that if I have to interact for any reason with anyone before surgery…to have gloves and masks on.

        Personal responsibility. It’s mine. Unless less for some emergency like the place floods, gas leak, electricity outage….I am staying put. Told everyone….week before surgery I am on Vacation….unavailable…! Period.

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      • sturmudgeon says:

        Doc… In the same manner we have in the past, with other diseases… this one may be severe, but the “factual” stats are still coming in to us, and so far, they tell us this b.s.

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    • slowcobra says:

      Thanks bonefish!

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  18. Johnny Dollar says:

    China put us in the hurt locker. That’s for sure.

    And, by the looks of it, we’ll be in that hurt locker for a long time to come.

    They need to pay a price for what they’ve done. A heavy price.

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  19. Diana Allocco says:

    One of the most important things Navarro said was toward the end – that the Trump team is changing the U.S. from a service economy to a manufacturing economy. That kind of transformational reform of the entire U.S. economic structure – completely reversing the establishment worldview, Dem and GOP – has, yes, been the Trump operating mission from the get-go, BUT IT IS NOW GREATLY ACCELERATING under this shutdown. Navarro briefly noted that we are going to be losing service jobs in the pivot toward manufacturing jobs. His statement went by very quickly, but it’s revolutionary. In other words, ****TRUMP isn’t letting a crisis go to waste.**** Those lost service jobs are going to replaced by the new Trump manufacturing-based economic model.

    Don’t mean to shout, but this is huge. And wonderful.

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    • chooseamerica says:

      Diana, great catch!

      Years ago, Rush made the statement that government creates nothing without using taxpayer dollars and that manufacturing is the true driver of jobs.

      With a curious mind, I took the creation of a sofa which would eventually end up in someone’s home.

      Some of the jobs created were people to plant, tend and grow the trees used in the frame. Another to saw down, mill and kiln dry the wood. Another job for someone to order the wood and another to transport it to the factory.

      With the upholstery fabric, someone to design the pattern, another to create dyes for fabric, someone to order the yarns needed, another to weave the yarns. A factory job for someone to order and receive the fabric.

      In each step of manufacturing, there is a sales representative who must travel to sell their part of the sofa to a buyer thus creating business for the auto or airline industry. Then, you have hotels stayed in to do this job keeping all their employees hired. Same with restaurants.

      My exercise finally ended with 2200 jobs utilized by the manufacture of a sofa and the list would have been endless had I continued.

      Understanding this concept is really enlightening. You see that anything people use in our society has been manufactured by someone and then sold to others.

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  20. Bone Fish says:

    Why is Navarro pushing Remdesivir with the horribly compromised Fauci after the hydroxychloroquine, zinc & z-pac protocol has already been proven to lick the CCP disease with an over 90% success ratio?

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    • CountryDoc says:

      Are you sure about that, Bone Fish?

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      • GB Bari says:

        He is correct. I also was listening very intently to see if Navarro mentioned how the President brought HCQ to the forefront of everyone’s consciousness, especially after mentioning Remdesivir. I was disappointed that Navarro didn’t, although Faulkner was likely distracting him by her constant attempts to interrupt him in his earpiece.

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      • CountryDoc says:

        Has HQ zinc and zpak been proven to have 90% success rate? Thats what I’m questioning. Last I checked, that is not known. The studies showing that degree of success were flawed.

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        • sturmudgeon says:

          Doc.. what is with you today?? Everything I have read about the HQ zinc and zpak has been EXTREMELY POSITIVE.. Are you watching CNN?

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          • CountryDoc says:

            Thanks. I’ll check again. As I wrote, I said in my gut — I better check again with the best info I can find. So hard to find Truth these days, and especially frustrating when others expect you to have answers and good advice.

            Would welcome help from others who are sure about what we really know and what we don’t know.

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          • CountryDoc says:

            Here is a list of all the clinical trials (not just HCQ) ongoing now.

            https://www.covid-trials.org/

            https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.04.14.20065276v2.full.pdf+html

            UpToDate (most widely used peer reviewed source of clinical information, updated daily:

            Limited role for COVID-19 specific therapy — A number of therapies are being evaluated for treatment of COVID-19, but none have proven efficacy. Some of these, such as hydroxychloroquine, are available for other indications but remain investigational for COVID-19. Medications for COVID-19 specific therapy should not be prescribed in the ambulatory setting outside of a clinical trial [43]; data are extremely limited, and there are concerns for potential toxicity in an unmonitored setting [44].

            A catalog of clinical trials can be found at covid-trials.org; the list of trials can be filtered by setting (eg, outpatient versus inpatient).

            Therapies under evaluation for treatment COVID-19 are discussed in detail elsewhere. (See “Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19): Management in hospitalized adults”, section on ‘COVID-19-specific therapy’.)

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    • GrandpaM says:

      Dude, listened to the whole thing, never heard Navarro mention even one time remdesevir.

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      • Bone Fish says:

        From the 2:40 mark, GrandpaM

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      • cjzak says:

        He sure did when he was talking about the response from the WH after January 30. Mentioned it as a therapeutic.

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        • zorrorides says:

          Oh noes! Oh noes!
          Sure the cases are dropping down now
          The curve is getting thin
          Oh folks it’s a No to go downtown and
          We can’t just give ’em the medicine

          Oh noes!
          I ain’t felt this bad since a quarter to ten
          I wish they give us a preventative
          Oh noes
          I goes down right like quinine and gin
          But the bad virus it come round again
          They can’t just give us the medicine

          Oh noes
          Epidemic it just start up again
          You got to listen to me
          You got to trust yer government friend
          We can’t just give ’em the medicine
          We can’t just give ’em the medicine

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  21. Gary Lacey says:

    Well there goes GHWB #41″New World Order”….you can almost hear the flushing sound of a tiolet.

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    • G.W. says:

      When #41 announced the “NWO” Ross Perot anounced a great sucking sound as our economy left this continent. As a former plumber, I like the sound of a flushing toilet taking the NWO down where it belongs better.

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  22. pyrthroes says:

    Economic de-coupling from China does not imply condoning Hsi’s “new imperialist” Belt-and-Road initiatives, nor preclude active U.S. engagement with Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, many another threatened Southeast Asian polity from Hong Kong and Singapore to Vietnam.

    For the record, the luminous David P. Goldman (“Spengler”) recently asserted that historical dynamics favor China’s militant klepto-State over America’s increasingly dysfunctional, sclerotic, hag-ridden Red vs. Blue moieties reflecting our once can-do culture’s lumpen-feminization over three 24-year generations from 1945.

    In conventional course, such long-term societal imbalances likely would prove fatal. But from c. AD 2030 on, as self-aware AI allied with hyperlinked, transhuman symbionts ascend off-Earth in face of a looming 102-kiloyear Pleistocene Ice Age begun 670 years ago, innovative free-market risk/reward will drive more qualitative changes through 2125 than in the precious four centuries. Rooted in delusion, against that transformation Peking’s brutal and feckless Men of Han will prove their own worst enemy.

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  23. decisiontime16 says:

    Another knock in the head of globalism…

    WTO D-G resigns amid appeals dispute with U.S.
    · MAY 14, 2020

    “World Trade Organisation (WTO) Director-General Roberto Azevedo said on Thursday that he would step down from his position effective Aug. 31 after seven years at the helm of the global trade body.

    U.S. President Donald Trump has regularly criticised the world trade body, calling it “broken” and “unfair.”

    With protectionism gaining steam globally, the WTO’s influence is diminishing as trade negotiations start to take shape in nations’ capitals instead of Geneva, where the body is based.

    https://newsherald.com.ng/2020/05/14/wto-d-g-resigns-amid-appeals-dispute-with-u-s/

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  24. 4EDouglas says:

    China can’t grow its own food.Its Economy is on the ropes-and not just due to the virus-though that helped to bring them down. They have a huge military-that has to eat. We and others feed them.and the populace-they cook their books and believe them. They cannot mount an amphibious assault on Taiwan easily, china wins but Taiwan operates on a”Pufferfish” Philosophy
    “You may swallow us, but it will hurt going down.” They have no real Carrier force,The Airforce-with a few exceptions is dated and not nearly as good a ours. Japan Airframes aren’t bad, but the tengines are Russian tech and not he latest and most stealthy.. Japan is rearming and has their “Destroyers” that are aircraft carriers-China’s got a ways to go Trump knows this and the time is now to knock the ins out from under the house of cards..

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    • Mo says:

      Bankruptcy takes a little while. Hopefully they are peacefully bankrupted by the end of President Trump’s second term. There is no quick answer.

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  25. cjzak says:

    I’m a big fan of this guy. Another straight shooter and America booster all the way. Love his explanation that we will be transitioning into a more manufacturing economy in the future. Good. That’s where are roots are anyway. People who lose jobs in the service sector will be able to work in the manufacturing sector. Works for me.

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  26. 4220ma says:

    I think Trump knows a lot more about the CCP and their connection to the virus than he can let us know. If we knew what he knows I thing we would be at war and that would be ugly. I am totally glad that we are shifting back to a manufacturing based economy.

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  27. MIKE says:

    I loved Pete pushing the fact that Trump IS the jobs President. He’s also the freedom president, if all three branches of our 98% amoral government would get the hell out of his way.

    On a sad note, I think my roughly 10 year crush on Harris, is over. She was bad. Real bad.

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    • 4gypsybreeze says:

      Mike–I have always like Harris too. Just wonder……what in the world happened to her–she has just changed so much–and not for the better.

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      • MIKE says:

        Glad I’m not the only only one who noticed. I think she lives in DC, there is rabid TDS among all in this area- coupled with increased pressure from the board at fox, you know, Bill Sammon and Ryan, and of course having to maintain a certain appearance to be an anchor or host. I added that last thing because she looks kind of anorexic now, but it was the untimely interruptions, that made me notice. Navarro deals with that stuff pretty well.

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  28. bmwjac says:

    China can go to Hell with Bill Gates .
    I do not believe this was an accident they are Evil . We just start building and buying from Made in the USA
    I never liked any of there products .
    We don’t need them he has destroyed the Catholic Church with the help of Pope Frances and I am Catholic but Satan entered the Vatican communist think alike . They have no value for people .. God said China will fall . So I am going to get my popcorn and watch the People over throw these Evil spirits.

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  29. bmwjac says:

    China can go to Hell with Bill Gates .
    I do not believe this was an accident they are Evil . We just start building and buying from Made in the USA
    I never liked any of there products .
    We don’t need them he has destroyed the Catholic Church with the help of Pope Frances and I am Catholic but Satan entered the Vatican communist think alike . They have no value for people .. God said China will fall . So I am going to get my popcorn and watch the People over throw these Evil spirits.

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  30. bmwjac says:

    China can go to Hell with Bill Gates .
    I do not believe this was an accident they are Evil . We just start building and buying from Made in the USA
    I never liked any of there products .
    We don’t need them he has destroyed the Catholic Church with the help of Pope Frances and I am Catholic but Satan entered the Vatican communist think alike . They have no value for people .. God said China will fall . So I am going to get my popcorn and watch the People over throw these Evil spirits.

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  31. bmwjac says:

    China can go to Hell with Bill Gates .
    I do not believe this was an accident they are Evil . We just start building and buying from Made in the USA
    I never liked any of there products .
    We don’t need them he has destroyed the Catholic Church with the help of Pope Frances and I am Catholic but Satan entered the Vatican communist think alike . They have no value for people .. God said China will fall . So I am going to get my popcorn and watch the People over throw these Evil spirits.

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  32. Caius Lowell says:

    But if DJT angers the CCP, won’t that also anger the DNC?

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    • bmwjac says:

      They have stolen so much from us . China sent over poison toothpaste , baby formula was killing babys .
      Bottom line they need us more then we need them. God is going to deal with those corrupt chinese government . Watch and see .
      Please pray for the World we need to all work together for good.
      .

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  33. The Devilbat says:

    We are already at war with China or more precisely, China is already at war with us. Back in 1999 two high ranking members of the CCP, Qiao Liang and Wang Xiangsui wrote a book entitled, “Unrestricted Warfare.”

    The book explains how any and all means were to be used against the United States. Everything from stealing technology to biological warfare was to be used. The title of the book was quite precise. The war would be UNRESTRICTED and there would be no rules whatsoever.

    The book was translated into English and it would appear to have been censored as copies of it are as rare as either hens teeth or intelligent democrats. I recently found a link to download a free PDF copy. I am a bit scared to simply put the URL here as the PDF of the entire book will appear on this page. I will therefore give it my best shot to spell out the URL in a way that conceals it.

    Go to: double-you double-you double-you dot c4i dot org/unrestricted dot pee dee eff

    READ THIS BOOK AND SEE EXACTLY WHAT CHINA HAS BEEN DOING.

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  34. Tornarosa says:

    China is a political Tar Baby. Wrestling is not a winning strategy. Communism can’t survive unless fed by capitalist countries. Ask Armand Hammer

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  35. jmclever says:

    What i saw on POTUS Trump face was not anger but exasperation at having tried and tried to work with President Xi and repeatedly getting stabbed in the back. Apparently Xi, thinks our lion doesnt realize there is a dragon behind the panda face.

    Time for POTUS to go full Captain Kirk on China. Clip is from “Star Trek: Search for Spock” where Kirk says he has had enough of the Klingons

    https://m.youtube.com/watchv=5b1a-hqvgni

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  36. Jeffrey Coley says:

    I do appreciate President Trump’s consistency. No matter what the issue … the answer is always the same. “Screw China.”

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  37. Whether the release of the China Virus was deliberate or a mistake, it doesn’t much matter anymore .. the damage is done. The Chinese Communist Party has made a galactically stupid miscalculation. POTUS is using Navarro to send his message: There will be consequences.
    ————–
    Apr. 25 – Navarro: ‘This Is a War — “This is a war. It’s a war that China started by spawning the virus, by hiding the virus, by hoarding personal protective equipment during the time it hid the virus. And now it’s ironic, in my view, disgusting that they’re profiteering from that. So, this is — that’s the big picture as I see it.”

    https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2020/04/25/navarro-this-is-a-war-its-a-war-that-china-started-by-spawning-the-virus/

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  38. minnesotamike55 says:

    It’s really very simple. The American people, well, half the American people, are already trying to find where any purchased item is manufactured, and choosing not to buy China, except soy sauce of course! The President will talk about this but until preparations are made he can’t initiate the “Buy American” or anywhere but China quite yet.
    If I had my way, labeling for the country of manufacture will be required and more prominent in the future.

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