I'll never understand the liberal bias among Bostonians, but whatever.There are reports Trump has been having trouble breathing. Trump has certainly been given the PCR test and gotten the results back. Several White House reporters have tested positive now. The Notre Dame president and Senators Lee and Tillis tested positive. All three were at ACB's nomination ceremony.
Trump probably has what most experience with C19 -- sniffles. He's not in a nursing home, so it's doubtful anyone dies from his diagnosis, as well. If it weren't for reports of a mild fever and fatigue, I'd assume a false positive seen in ~50% of those diagnosed with the rapid test.
The liberal media wishing for his death all over twitter is telling, though. The tolerant left - who demand we recognize their pronouns, bathroom preferences, and immunity from any consequences related to their violence - is about as rich as it gets, though.
Edit - Kelly Conway has tested positive. She was also at the nomination ceremony.
Yep. Cant believe its still so minimized. Sure, most people are fine, thankfully. But so far in 6 months more US citizens have died from coronavirus than:
- 8 average years of influenza.
- 66 nine elevens
Most people are fine. A lot are not. How much money did we spend avenging 9/11? What fraction of that coat could we have spent to avoid this economic collapse while saving way more lives if our priorities were just slightly more humanitarian rather than blood thirsty?
I doubt 100k American citizens have died from COVID in total. Hospitals were financially incentivized to code patients C19 positive on admission and during treatment, and politically, a handful of Democratic governors shoved C19 patients into nursing homes.
If you were tasked with caring for the sick, where is the very place you would put them?
Ok good you doubt it. I guess i値l have to weigh that against the cdc, nih, who, 50 different state department of health, just about every academic institution in the US, Europe, and Asia, as well as the daily briefings from my own health commissioner, our department of health reports, our home academic center with our weekly meetings (im a doctor, outpatient, so not in the thick of it but collecting and sending plenty of tests), but you doubt it. Thank goodness! I値l rest easier tonight.
Yes, I'd absolutely question reports from all government agencies. A brief Google search of Fauci will tell you that he has patents all "coronavirus" related, and after several years of shady research, our gov't passively suggested he stop messing around. They didn't mean it, of course, until a few years later -- Fauci's group responded by outsourcing the research to none other than... Wuhan.
I'm a doc in a swing state that was hit very hard. We were provided daily updates, have a crazy Governor, and have a strong liberal bias in this area. And I noticed the data were always off... patients were classified as C19 if they had symptoms despite many testing negative, and others not tested at all, in the presence of far more significant medical conditions. It's a sham to win an election, like half of the events we've seen this year.
I'm genuinely interested -- how do you think the virus reached the general population?