Daily Archives: April 15, 2020

Yesterday’s Task Force Briefing

April 14th Briefing Video: [1:07:01]

The numbers continue to improve. Fifteen percent of all U.S. counties have no cases at all; many others have low levels. My area (two counties, I live on the border) has only 134 cases. Tompkins is at .06%; Cortland is at .01%.

We’re doing so well, other nations are looking to us for help. The nations that listened to the World Health Organization’s PC response to travel bans are suffering very high levels of infection.

Trump announced he is halting funding of the World Health Organization while a review is conducted to assess WHO’s role in mismanaging the Coronavirus outbreak.

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Spygate Update

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Excerpts from “The 13 revelations showing the FBI never really had a Russia collusion case to begin with” By John Solomon – April 13, 2020.

Last week, Attorney General William Barr declared there was never really a basis to probe Donald Trump’s campaign for alleged collusion with Russia. Continue reading

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Bits & Bytes

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HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE: Medical professionals battling the pandemic are increasingly reporting benefits from the drug, saying they’re prescribing it for themselves, for patients, and for frontline personnel.

In one of their more egregious pandemic reporting, the media persistently pooh-poohed the drug, simply because Trump was praising its potential.

Meanwhile, South Dakota’s Republican governor, Kristi Noem, has launched a state-wide trial to formally test the drug’s effectiveness against COVID-19. Noem said that she has been in cooperation with the federal government in preparation for the trial.

“I made direct requests to President Trump and Vice President Pence to supply us with enough hydroxychloroquine so that it could be made available for every hospitalized person the state may have, as well as those for health care workers on the frontlines and those in the most vulnerable populations.”

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