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TBR News March 22, 2020

Mar 22 2020

The Voice of the White House
Washington, D.C. March 22, 2020:“
Commentary for March 22, 2020

I have on my desk, a report from a leading American alphabet agency tasked in the field of domestic counterintelligence. It relates directly to the firestorm of invented coronavirus media hype and its total contravention by official medical records and published reports.
If I pubished this, in toto, believe it, the next day my website would vanish from the view of living men and several gentlemen with black baseball caps would be knocking on my door.
I will attempt to condense the report while keeping all its facts and conclusions completely intact.

Coronavirus
The disease was first identified in 2019 in Wuhan, Central China, and has since spread globally, resulting in the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic. Common symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Muscle pain, sputum production and sore throat are less common. Gastrointestinal symptoms such as diarrhea have also been reported While the majority of cases result in mild symptoms, [some progress to severe pneumonia and multi-organ failure ) As of 20 March 2020, the rate of deaths per number of diagnosed cases is 4.1%;-
Wikipedia

Regular seasonal influenza in the United States 2019-2020
Levels of influenza-like illness (ILI) (Standard influenza) in the United States remain elevated for the 21st consecutive week—the longest season in recent years—but the disease is on the decline, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said today in its weekly update.
Still, the agency says influenza has caused up to 57,300 deaths and sickened up to 41.3 million people, according to new estimates.
Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy March 21, 2020

Reported coronavirus death toll in U.S. tops 100
March 17, 2020
Poliotico

Total number of U.S. coronavirus (COVID-19) cases and deaths as of March 19, 2020
March 20, 2020
by John Elflein,
Statisca
As of March 19, 2020, the number of both confirmed and presumptive positive cases of the COVID-19 disease reported in the United States had reached 10,442, with 150 deaths reported among these cases

Coronavirus originated in China.
Chinese peasants live with hogs in their back yard, chickens in the kitchen and on and on.
A flu based on some animal disease is very common in China.
The current flu, Coronavirus, is a very lightweight flu, very contagious and of short duration.
An FBI report under date of March 20, 2020 states that the Chinese were very angry with Trump for upsetting their economy; issuing bombastic threats one day, being pleasant the next.
They took a common virus, no more deadly than a severe common cold, and used it as an excuse to shut down factories that were supplying America retail business with parts.
This was to send a warning to Trump to back off.
Then the Democrat leadership, frustrated because they could not impeach Trump, took the Chinese virus story and, in conjunction with an anti-Trump media, pushed the idea of a probable world-wide plague coming upon the public and having pointed editorial comments about Trump’s inability to deal with it in America.
Unfortunately for this thesis, Trump handled the issue in such a way as to encourage the public that he, and Congress, were very supportive about public economic problems and were immediately dealing with them in a manner that has convinced the bulk of the American public that both Trump, and a unified Congress, are swiftly, and positively addressing their concerns.
The cooperative media is facing problems in that they have been rapidly losing paid subscribers to free Internet news, and loss of circulation means loss of advertising dollars, the one real support of the print media.
The press, entirely on its own, is now howling like a stuck pig, claiming forthcoming economic and social disorders of the most devasting kind. This is not in support of the initial Democrat attacks on Trump but solely intended to increase readership and paid subscriptions..
Yes, people die of Coronavirus. But last year, 57,000 (!) Americans died of the standard flu and there was no mass hysteria such as the lunacy we see today.
When, and not if, the general public discovers they have been tricked, there will be serious trouble.
Elections are coming up and an enraged voting majority will easily sweep Trump into another term and, to his advantage, boycott a negative American print media that has been anti-Trump since the beginning of his present term.

2 responses so far

  1. “When, and not if, the general public discovers they have been tricked, there will be serious trouble. Elections are coming up and an enraged voting majority will easily sweep Trump into another term…”

    I find it difficult to agree with that but perhaps the question is more who did the ‘tricking’ to begin with. If the voting public’s enragement is such that they vote for 4 more years of the same, then ‘social distancing’ will be the least of our worries.

  2. The main line media is pushing a horrific view of the coronavirus. They are inventing it. Once the general public gets the idea they were tricked by a greedy media trying to get new subscribers, there will be trouble. Also, the relief bills will pass Congress with muttering and small changes because if a Democratic element blocks any of this, they will be torn to pieces in the November elections. And when things quiet down, believe it, Trump will go after the media. It would take very little to shove the NYT over the financial edge and the WP would be right behind them. The trends are towards the Internet for news, not printed papers, and this uproar will finish off the printed paper.

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