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The first known death reported by the China Department of Health as January 11, with 49 hospitalized patients and 10 recoveries.

The WHO response to the outbreak is as follows>

31 Dec 2019

Wuhan Municipal Health Commission, China, reported a cluster of cases of pneumonia in Wuhan, Hubei Province. A novel coronavirus was eventually identified.

1 January 2020

WHO had set up the IMST (Incident Management Support Team) across the three levels of the organization: headquarters, regional headquarters and country level, putting the organization on an emergency footing for dealing with the outbreak.

4 January 2020

WHO reported on social media that there was a cluster of pneumonia cases – with no deaths – in Wuhan, Hubei province.

5 January 2020

WHO published our first Disease Outbreak News on the new virus. This is a flagship technical publication to the scientific and public health community as well as global media. It contained a risk assessment and advice, and reported on what China had told the organization about the status of patients and the public health response on the cluster of pneumonia cases in Wuhan.

10 January 2020

WHO issued a comprehensive package of technical guidance online with advice to all countries on how to detect, test and manage potential cases, based on what was known about the virus at the time. This guidance was shared with WHO's regional emergency directors to share with WHO representatives in countries.

Based on experience with SARS and MERS and known modes of transmission of respiratory viruses, infection and prevention control guidance were published to protect health workers recommending droplet and contact precautions when caring for patients, and airborne precautions for aerosol generating procedures conducted by health workers.

12 January 2020

China publicly shared the genetic sequence of COVID-19.

13 January 2020

Officials confirm a case of COVID-19 in Thailand, the first recorded case outside of China.

14 January 2020

WHO's technical lead for the response noted in a press briefing there may have been limited human-to-human transmission of the coronavirus (in the 41 confirmed cases), mainly through family members, and that there was a risk of a possible wider outbreak. The lead also said that human-to-human transmission would not be surprising given our experience with SARS, MERS and other respiratory pathogens.

20-21 January 2020

WHO experts from its China and Western Pacific regional offices conducted a brief field visit to Wuhan.

22 January 2020

WHO mission to China issued a statement saying that there was evidence of human-to-human transmission in Wuhan but more investigation was needed to understand the full extent of transmission.

22- 23 January 2020

The WHO Director- General convened an Emergency Committee (EC) under the International Health Regulations (IHR 2005) to assess whether the outbreak constituted a public health emergency of international concern. The independent members from around the world could not reach a consensus based on the evidence available at the time. They asked to be reconvened within 10 days after receiving more information.

28 January 2020

A senior WHO delegation led by the Director-General travelled to Beijing to meet China’s leadership, learn more about China’s response, and to offer any technical assistance.

While in Beijing, Dr. Tedros agreed with Chinese government leaders that an international team of leading scientists would travel to China on a mission to better understand the context, the overall response, and exchange information and experience.

30 January 2020

The WHO Director-General reconvened the Emergency Committee (EC). This was earlier than the 10-day period and only two days after the first reports of limited human-to-human transmission were reported outside China. This time, the EC reached consensus and advised the Director-General that the outbreak constituted a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). The Director-General accepted the recommendation and declared the novel coronavirus outbreak (2019-nCoV) a PHEIC. This is the 6th time WHO has declared a PHEIC since the International Health Regulations (IHR) came into force in 2005.

WHO’s situation report for 30 January reported 7818 total confirmed cases worldwide, with the majority of these in China, and 82 cases reported in 18 countries outside China. WHO gave a risk assessment of very high for China, and high at the global level.

3 February 2020

WHO releases the international community's Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan to help protect states with weaker health systems.

11-12 February 2020

WHO convened a Research and Innovation Forum on COVID-19, attended by more than 400 experts and funders from around the world, which included presentations by George Gao, Director General of China CDC, and Zunyou Wu, China CDC's chief epidemiologist.

16-24 February 2020

The WHO-China Joint mission, which included experts from Canada, Germany, Japan, Nigeria, Republic of Korea, Russia, Singapore and the US (CDC, NIH) spent time in Beijing and also travelled to Wuhan and two other cities. They spoke with health officials, scientists and health workers in health facilities (maintaining physical distancing). The report of the joint mission can be found here: https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/who-china-joint-mission-on-covid-19-final-report.pdf

11 March 2020

Deeply concerned both by the alarming levels of spread and severity, and by the alarming levels of inaction, WHO made the assessment that COVID-19 can be characterized as a pandemic.

13 March 2020

COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund launched to receive donations from private individuals, corporations and institutions.

18 March 2020

WHO and partners launch the Solidarity Trial, an international clinical trial that aims to generate robust data from around the world to find the most effective treatments for COVID-19

WHat does this all mean? Read on to the next post, there is word limit on these.
 

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Trump's denial and inaction - actually calling the pandemic a hoax and blaming it on Democrats - is on Trump, alone. Nobody else is to blame from Trump's words and actions at any time at all.

You cant' yell "Conspiracy theory" just because you dont' bother to actually look up the facts, which are recorded and re-recorded through time on many different locations as being exactly what they claim to be and nothing more: What was said, who said it, and when.

But Trump spins these facts and retells them in a different way to sway and influence wrongly the minds of the lazy and the simple who just don't bother to look this stuff up - even though it is at their fingertips and found over a morning cup of joe on the net.

We have more information available now at our beck and call and whimsy than at any time previous, and still the lazy and slow-minded dont' bother to go there. Instead they choose to turn on their radios and get their news from Rush Limbaugh, a guy who has taken more drugs than any member of the rock band Rush. Rush, with all of his 12th grade education, who could not even finish a complete semester at a local Community College before dropping out because he was too lazy, too stupid, and was failing even that minor accomplishment.

So Rush and Trump stand up on Twitter and the airwaves, and before the cameras and spout whatever tickles their fancy that day and you believe them. Without checking to see if it is empty propaganda or not. Rush makes Trump so happy with his Tea Party garbage that Trump did the unspeakable and handed the twit the Presidential Medal of Freedom during the State of the Union delivery.

My God, that Reality show host we elected to the White House has turned the United States itself into a bizarre, dissociated reality television show.

And you want to talk about the reality of Satan.

Realistically, given the timeline and the profoundly daunting task given them, the Chinese and the WHO did what they were expected to do in a reasonable manner.

Trump chose to ignore the warnings and call it all a hoax generated by the Democrats.

When the severity of the reality of the pandemic was no longer something Trump could spin away to even the most simple-minded, laziest of souls in the country, he did an about face and announced that the condition of the country and the 100,000+ US lives lost to the disease are the fault of the Chinese and the WHO for not telling us what was going on.

But they did tell us.

No matter, Trump decided to reinforce the idiocy of his propaganda and outrageous lies by announcing that he was withdrawing USA funding from the WHO. That'll show 'em. Yessiree doodle bob, the best thing we can do when faced with a new pandemic is (1.) Deny deny til the day you die; (2.) Blame it on the Democrats; (3.) de-fund the World Health Organization whose existence is pretty much to help inform the world in times of pandemic, which they clearly did their job and continue to do so; (4.) Shut down the China Consulate and blame China for your troubles because the disease started with a genetic mutation of an already well-known pneumonia virus in a cave full of bats over there.

That'll fix those slanty - eyed slopes and shovel heads.

🤢
All aboard the Trump train. Next stop on the Trump Presidential Reality Show roller coaster ride of 2020 which began with his impeachment and then strange exoneration by the GOP Senate, claims of the lowest unemployment numbers in history, when in fact there were 7 other previous lows even lower than the pre-COVID-19 numbers, awarding Rush during a ceremony that he had no business attending, much less being the center of attention for...

I have stop here for a moment and...
🤢🤮🤢🤮🤢🤮🤮🤮
 

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My chosen field of study at the University of Michigan was genetics, before my brother and I teamed up to design and build fiber optic cable construction equipment and build the world's first metro area last-mile fiber optic network for Uncle Sam and WDC business in 1986. I did return to school and finished up with four BS degrees from U of M.

My wife is a PhD working as a research doc for USC. We get all the monthly science magazines you can imagine from the genetics, health and pharma industry, and we are both as up-to-the minute fresh on the latest tech, what's going on and what is being done in the fields of genetics and pharma as anyone.

Everyone in the community has been aware for years we were long overdue for a major pandemic. When this one came we were all holding our breath. When Trump reacted as he did there was a collective dropping of jaw. "WTF is this idiot doing?"

I, and many others, think this is not the big one. This is a prelim, Nature's dry run, your wake up call to what lies ahead. The first tardy bell.

The second tardy bell is coming. And when it does, and you have a leader in office who reacts like this, and a bunch of gun-totin' fidiots marching on Michigan demanding their rights to go maskless, well...

You folks who like to think Satan is real are going to be convinced he is here, in all of his fire-breathing glory, horns, claws, cloven hoofs, big giant cock, and tail with the pointy speartip thing on the end. Because if we treat the "Big One" like we did here, today, in 2020 with a lunatic Reality Show host at the helm instead of a true leader who can and will make the tough decisions - the rights ones - well... at that point all I could say then is going to be, "Welcome to Hell".

Like the spaghetti western in which Clint Eastwood has the townsfolk paint the entire town red in preparation for the imminent arrival of the murderous gang of outlaws - the next big virus.

Welcome to Hell.

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As you will remember in the film, when the bad guys arrive the cowboy calmly gets on his horse and rides out of town, leaving the fidiots to the raping, burning, murdering outlaw gang.

You got what you paid for.

Now don't be fooled again.
 

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My chosen field of study at the University of Michigan was genetics, before my brother and I teamed up to design and build fiber optic cable construction equipment and build the world's first metro area last-mile fiber optic network for Uncle Sam and WDC business in 1986. I did return to school and finished up with four BS degrees from U of M.

My wife is a PhD working as a research doc for USC. We get all the monthly science magazines you can imagine from the genetics, health and pharma industry, and we are both as up-to-the minute fresh on the latest tech, what's going on and what is being done in the fields of genetics and pharma as anyone.

Everyone in the community has been aware for years we were long overdue for a major pandemic. When this one came we were all holding our breath. When Trump reacted as he did there was a collective dropping of jaw. "WTF is this idiot doing?"

I, and many others, think this is not the big one. This is a prelim, Nature's dry run, your wake up call to what lies ahead. The first tardy bell.

The second tardy bell is coming. And when it does, and you have a leader in office who reacts like this, and a bunch of gun-totin' fidiots marching on Michigan demanding their rights to go maskless, well...

You folks who like to think Satan is real are going to be convinced he is here, in all of his fire-breathing glory, horns, claws, cloven hoofs, big giant cock, and tail with the pointy speartip thing on the end. Because if we treat the "Big One" like we did here, today, in 2020 with a lunatic Reality Show host at the helm instead of a true leader who can and will make the tough decisions - the rights ones - well... at that point all I could say then is going to be, "Welcome to Hell".

Like the spaghetti western in which Clint Eastwood has the townsfolk paint the entire town red in preparation for the imminent arrival of the murderous gang of outlaws - the next big virus.

Welcome to Hell.

View attachment 1147945

As you will remember in the film, when the bad guys arrive the cowboy calmly gets on his horse and rides out of town, leaving the fidiots to the raping, burning, murdering outlaw gang.

You got what you paid for.

Now don't be fooled again.


TRUMP 2020!!!!!!
 

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The first known death reported by the China Department of Health as January 11, with 49 hospitalized patients and 10 recoveries.

The WHO response to the outbreak is as follows>

31 Dec 2019

Wuhan Municipal Health Commission, China, reported a cluster of cases of pneumonia in Wuhan, Hubei Province. A novel coronavirus was eventually identified.

1 January 2020

WHO had set up the IMST (Incident Management Support Team) across the three levels of the organization: headquarters, regional headquarters and country level, putting the organization on an emergency footing for dealing with the outbreak.

4 January 2020

WHO reported on social media that there was a cluster of pneumonia cases – with no deaths – in Wuhan, Hubei province.

5 January 2020

WHO published our first Disease Outbreak News on the new virus. This is a flagship technical publication to the scientific and public health community as well as global media. It contained a risk assessment and advice, and reported on what China had told the organization about the status of patients and the public health response on the cluster of pneumonia cases in Wuhan.

10 January 2020

WHO issued a comprehensive package of technical guidance online with advice to all countries on how to detect, test and manage potential cases, based on what was known about the virus at the time. This guidance was shared with WHO's regional emergency directors to share with WHO representatives in countries.

Based on experience with SARS and MERS and known modes of transmission of respiratory viruses, infection and prevention control guidance were published to protect health workers recommending droplet and contact precautions when caring for patients, and airborne precautions for aerosol generating procedures conducted by health workers.

12 January 2020

China publicly shared the genetic sequence of COVID-19.

13 January 2020

Officials confirm a case of COVID-19 in Thailand, the first recorded case outside of China.

14 January 2020

WHO's technical lead for the response noted in a press briefing there may have been limited human-to-human transmission of the coronavirus (in the 41 confirmed cases), mainly through family members, and that there was a risk of a possible wider outbreak. The lead also said that human-to-human transmission would not be surprising given our experience with SARS, MERS and other respiratory pathogens.

20-21 January 2020

WHO experts from its China and Western Pacific regional offices conducted a brief field visit to Wuhan.

22 January 2020

WHO mission to China issued a statement saying that there was evidence of human-to-human transmission in Wuhan but more investigation was needed to understand the full extent of transmission.

22- 23 January 2020

The WHO Director- General convened an Emergency Committee (EC) under the International Health Regulations (IHR 2005) to assess whether the outbreak constituted a public health emergency of international concern. The independent members from around the world could not reach a consensus based on the evidence available at the time. They asked to be reconvened within 10 days after receiving more information.

28 January 2020

A senior WHO delegation led by the Director-General travelled to Beijing to meet China’s leadership, learn more about China’s response, and to offer any technical assistance.

While in Beijing, Dr. Tedros agreed with Chinese government leaders that an international team of leading scientists would travel to China on a mission to better understand the context, the overall response, and exchange information and experience.

30 January 2020

The WHO Director-General reconvened the Emergency Committee (EC). This was earlier than the 10-day period and only two days after the first reports of limited human-to-human transmission were reported outside China. This time, the EC reached consensus and advised the Director-General that the outbreak constituted a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). The Director-General accepted the recommendation and declared the novel coronavirus outbreak (2019-nCoV) a PHEIC. This is the 6th time WHO has declared a PHEIC since the International Health Regulations (IHR) came into force in 2005.

WHO’s situation report for 30 January reported 7818 total confirmed cases worldwide, with the majority of these in China, and 82 cases reported in 18 countries outside China. WHO gave a risk assessment of very high for China, and high at the global level.

3 February 2020

WHO releases the international community's Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan to help protect states with weaker health systems.

11-12 February 2020

WHO convened a Research and Innovation Forum on COVID-19, attended by more than 400 experts and funders from around the world, which included presentations by George Gao, Director General of China CDC, and Zunyou Wu, China CDC's chief epidemiologist.

16-24 February 2020

The WHO-China Joint mission, which included experts from Canada, Germany, Japan, Nigeria, Republic of Korea, Russia, Singapore and the US (CDC, NIH) spent time in Beijing and also travelled to Wuhan and two other cities. They spoke with health officials, scientists and health workers in health facilities (maintaining physical distancing). The report of the joint mission can be found here: https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/who-china-joint-mission-on-covid-19-final-report.pdf

11 March 2020

Deeply concerned both by the alarming levels of spread and severity, and by the alarming levels of inaction, WHO made the assessment that COVID-19 can be characterized as a pandemic.

13 March 2020

COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund launched to receive donations from private individuals, corporations and institutions.

18 March 2020

WHO and partners launch the Solidarity Trial, an international clinical trial that aims to generate robust data from around the world to find the most effective treatments for COVID-19

WHat does this all mean? Read on to the next post, there is word limit on these.
Isn't WHO the guy on first? (Age check)
 

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My chosen field of study at the University of Michigan was genetics, before my brother and I teamed up to design and build fiber optic cable construction equipment and build the world's first metro area last-mile fiber optic network for Uncle Sam and WDC business in 1986. I did return to school and finished up with four BS degrees from U of M.

My wife is a PhD working as a research doc for USC. We get all the monthly science magazines you can imagine from the genetics, health and pharma industry, and we are both as up-to-the minute fresh on the latest tech, what's going on and what is being done in the fields of genetics and pharma as anyone.

Everyone in the community has been aware for years we were long overdue for a major pandemic. When this one came we were all holding our breath. When Trump reacted as he did there was a collective dropping of jaw. "WTF is this idiot doing?"

I, and many others, think this is not the big one. This is a prelim, Nature's dry run, your wake up call to what lies ahead. The first tardy bell.

The second tardy bell is coming. And when it does, and you have a leader in office who reacts like this, and a bunch of gun-totin' fidiots marching on Michigan demanding their rights to go maskless, well...

You folks who like to think Satan is real are going to be convinced he is here, in all of his fire-breathing glory, horns, claws, cloven hoofs, big giant cock, and tail with the pointy speartip thing on the end. Because if we treat the "Big One" like we did here, today, in 2020 with a lunatic Reality Show host at the helm instead of a true leader who can and will make the tough decisions - the rights ones - well... at that point all I could say then is going to be, "Welcome to Hell".

Like the spaghetti western in which Clint Eastwood has the townsfolk paint the entire town red in preparation for the imminent arrival of the murderous gang of outlaws - the next big virus.

Welcome to Hell.

View attachment 1147945

As you will remember in the film, when the bad guys arrive the cowboy calmly gets on his horse and rides out of town, leaving the fidiots to the raping, burning, murdering outlaw gang.

You got what you paid for.

Now don't be fooled again.
Well indoctrinated are you not...? [The same governmental folks who said the earth was flat so many years ago?]
Same WHO that stated the virus wasn't transmitted human to human, [No Wuhan vector #1 crossover yet]
Same type of viruses tested by Fauchi with HCQ with great success in 2005 but disavows in 2020, [Works great off label]
The same Wuhan lab #4 that received 3.7 million grant from WHO in 2014 when dangerous virus studies were out lawed in the US...
The same Contaminated/ Messed up test kits supplied by WHO .... [50 to 80% false positives]
The same wacked out tabulation guidelines provided by WHO that had other deaths added to the Rona count even if the victim died healthy with four slugs to the belly.

Yea. Like your fictional movie... All for an election they lost in 2016 and the next election they will lose in 2Q2Q .

But muh mail in ballots! [A total failure so far]

Fooled again? When did you ever stop?

Trump exposed the dirt in DC.
Spermy Danials = fail
Creepy porn lawyer =fail
Pee dossier= fail
Muller = fail
Impeachment = fail
Rona release = fail

Biden, Romney, Pelosi, Kerry family ties in Ukraine gas = Major criminal convictions charged by Attorney General & Ukraine President...

Military Tribunals , Grand Jury & DOJ/FBI cases on going with no leaks to the press... [unlike the last administration hold overs]

The Democrat/ Rinos traitors are so screwed - But but but Trump"s the traitor. . . Yea. keep crying


IF THAT SON OF A BITCH GETS IN WE'RE ALL GOING TO HANG FROM NOOSES, SOMEBODY BETTER FIX THIS SHIT! Hillarys only truth.

Just like Bush "If the public ever found out what we did they'd hang us"

On the house floor "John McCain put to death"

Those white envelopes at "Poppy" Bushes funeral was top notch entertainment - You could see & taste the fear..

Yea. It's all about a stupid virus. . . [See the flu statistics yet?]
 

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The first known death reported by the China Department of Health as January 11, with 49 hospitalized patients and 10 recoveries.

The WHO response to the outbreak is as follows>

31 Dec 2019

Wuhan Municipal Health Commission, China, reported a cluster of cases of pneumonia in Wuhan, Hubei Province. A novel coronavirus was eventually identified.

1 January 2020

WHO had set up the IMST (Incident Management Support Team) across the three levels of the organization: headquarters, regional headquarters and country level, putting the organization on an emergency footing for dealing with the outbreak.

4 January 2020

WHO reported on social media that there was a cluster of pneumonia cases – with no deaths – in Wuhan, Hubei province.

5 January 2020

WHO published our first Disease Outbreak News on the new virus. This is a flagship technical publication to the scientific and public health community as well as global media. It contained a risk assessment and advice, and reported on what China had told the organization about the status of patients and the public health response on the cluster of pneumonia cases in Wuhan.

10 January 2020

WHO issued a comprehensive package of technical guidance online with advice to all countries on how to detect, test and manage potential cases, based on what was known about the virus at the time. This guidance was shared with WHO's regional emergency directors to share with WHO representatives in countries.

Based on experience with SARS and MERS and known modes of transmission of respiratory viruses, infection and prevention control guidance were published to protect health workers recommending droplet and contact precautions when caring for patients, and airborne precautions for aerosol generating procedures conducted by health workers.

12 January 2020

China publicly shared the genetic sequence of COVID-19.

13 January 2020

Officials confirm a case of COVID-19 in Thailand, the first recorded case outside of China.

14 January 2020

WHO's technical lead for the response noted in a press briefing there may have been limited human-to-human transmission of the coronavirus (in the 41 confirmed cases), mainly through family members, and that there was a risk of a possible wider outbreak. The lead also said that human-to-human transmission would not be surprising given our experience with SARS, MERS and other respiratory pathogens.

20-21 January 2020

WHO experts from its China and Western Pacific regional offices conducted a brief field visit to Wuhan.

22 January 2020

WHO mission to China issued a statement saying that there was evidence of human-to-human transmission in Wuhan but more investigation was needed to understand the full extent of transmission.

22- 23 January 2020

The WHO Director- General convened an Emergency Committee (EC) under the International Health Regulations (IHR 2005) to assess whether the outbreak constituted a public health emergency of international concern. The independent members from around the world could not reach a consensus based on the evidence available at the time. They asked to be reconvened within 10 days after receiving more information.

28 January 2020

A senior WHO delegation led by the Director-General travelled to Beijing to meet China’s leadership, learn more about China’s response, and to offer any technical assistance.

While in Beijing, Dr. Tedros agreed with Chinese government leaders that an international team of leading scientists would travel to China on a mission to better understand the context, the overall response, and exchange information and experience.

30 January 2020

The WHO Director-General reconvened the Emergency Committee (EC). This was earlier than the 10-day period and only two days after the first reports of limited human-to-human transmission were reported outside China. This time, the EC reached consensus and advised the Director-General that the outbreak constituted a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). The Director-General accepted the recommendation and declared the novel coronavirus outbreak (2019-nCoV) a PHEIC. This is the 6th time WHO has declared a PHEIC since the International Health Regulations (IHR) came into force in 2005.

WHO’s situation report for 30 January reported 7818 total confirmed cases worldwide, with the majority of these in China, and 82 cases reported in 18 countries outside China. WHO gave a risk assessment of very high for China, and high at the global level.

3 February 2020

WHO releases the international community's Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan to help protect states with weaker health systems.

11-12 February 2020

WHO convened a Research and Innovation Forum on COVID-19, attended by more than 400 experts and funders from around the world, which included presentations by George Gao, Director General of China CDC, and Zunyou Wu, China CDC's chief epidemiologist.

16-24 February 2020

The WHO-China Joint mission, which included experts from Canada, Germany, Japan, Nigeria, Republic of Korea, Russia, Singapore and the US (CDC, NIH) spent time in Beijing and also travelled to Wuhan and two other cities. They spoke with health officials, scientists and health workers in health facilities (maintaining physical distancing). The report of the joint mission can be found here: https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/who-china-joint-mission-on-covid-19-final-report.pdf

11 March 2020

Deeply concerned both by the alarming levels of spread and severity, and by the alarming levels of inaction, WHO made the assessment that COVID-19 can be characterized as a pandemic.

13 March 2020

COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund launched to receive donations from private individuals, corporations and institutions.

18 March 2020

WHO and partners launch the Solidarity Trial, an international clinical trial that aims to generate robust data from around the world to find the most effective treatments for COVID-19

WHat does this all mean? Read on to the next post, there is word limit on these.
The same Wuhan officials who broke protocol on virus out break reporting the same WHO that said it was no problems as the Democrats laser focused on impeachment & inviting everyone to "Come on down to China Town?

Yea. with so much here why aren't you working for the WHO? 🤔 or the WHAT? or the Where?

You could be Obamas wing man wing man right next to Eric . . .:LOL:
 

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Nice hearing from you! I remember talking to you at Bensen Days. I was shooting squirrels with my Glock 23...which is .40 caliber. It just punches a hole through them.
I love shooting pistols at targets , and squirrels. I dont know how familiar you are with pistols, but my .22 is a Feinwerbau ...target pistol.

Why the gun talk in a Trump thread? Obvious!!
I used to compete, revolver Taurus TA 22, customized, one of the best! We also had a .38 same specs for competition days, less money for training as for the thread on Trump, I have nothing to add . . .still have faith in the Ole US . . .love you and all this bunch of gyronuts!
 

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In a recent interview the Donald said that "The virus is under control" and "We are lowest in several categories, lower than Europe...."
In fact the US death rate normalized by population is 22(!) times higher than the European one, and this is the figure that shows how effective a government protects the citizens from the pandemic, so the question is: does the Donald think he's doing a great job, as he brags about time and again, because the death rate is only 22 times higher?
When confronted with the fact that more than a thousand Americans die each day the Donald answers "It is what it is"........

from here:
https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/do...rump-interview-covid-19-death-toll-u-n1235734
 

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North Korea ? But muh world war III 😁

Biden's Ukraine deals? Where's Hunter? Pelosi? Romney? Kerry? But muh Russia Russia Russia 🤔

Muller/ OIG Report? Hillary Clinton, Clinton Foundation, Crimes Against Children pg 294? Muh Muller Time:LOL:

Peach 45? "Come on down to China Town" But but but Orange Man Bad!:sneaky:

Rona Rona Rona? Hydroxycholorquine zinksulfate Azethromycin :rolleyes:

2Q2Q is here and the Communist Democrat Confederates still have nothing :sleep: But muh Joe, Pantifa, Black Lies Matter, Riots Lootings & B.S.

CNN? Axios? is that all you got?

2Q24 is in the bag too,

Why would a man worth billions before the Presidency be feared by Billionaires after they were put in Office? ☠
 

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North Korea, trump didn't accomplish anything but licking Un's bung-hole, nothings changed, they still have their rockets, and there nuclear bombs.
In the bag? The bag of sh!t trump got from Un's you know what?
 

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I keep waiting to see if and when all of the participants in this thread actually figure out the lunacy we've seen. What's even worse is most involved have bred and fly aircraft. I sometimes think that the insanity of the world is modeled after this forum.
 

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North Korea, trump didn't accomplish anything but licking Un's bung-hole, nothings changed, they still have their rockets, and there nuclear bombs.
In the bag? The bag of sh!t trump got from Un's you know what?
We don't hear "Death to America" now don't we? So you want WW III?
 

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I keep waiting to see if and when all of the participants in this thread actually figure out the lunacy we've seen. What's even worse is most involved have bred and fly aircraft. I sometimes think that the insanity of the world is modeled after this forum.
FBI raiding Offices connected to Biden, Romney, Pelosi, Kerry family "Business Dealings in Ukraine" Familiarity Breeds Contempt ??? :rolleyes:
 

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When I worked as a teacher I applied the five basic rules of teaching which I had learned as a platoon leader in the German army. The third one was: start as simple as possible and then explain advanced ideas, so here goes:
Suppose in medieval times you had two communities, a few miles apart. One had 3110 residents, the other one 4460. Now comes the plague and initially both commuities suffer about the same number of deaths. Half a year into the plague though of the 4460 residents (minus the casualties) only one dies but in the other community out of 3110 there are 22 victims. Back in Medieval days the answer in the 3110 citizens community would have been: let's burn some witches. Amazing as it sounds in 2020 for some folks in the US the answer is still the same: let's put Nancy Pelosi, Alexandria Occasio-Cortez and Hillary Clinton at the stake, they must be responsible for this, because it can't be our leader, he's such a genius. From this side of the big ditch that answer looks pretty queer, as in 1992 queer when I taught classes in robot programming in the UK.
 
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