Trump’s Handling of COVID Worse Than You Thought

Someone ought to go to jail

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1. Early COVID

Last week the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis issued a report, along with a release of some emails and interviews.

First things first: This report is not what America needs. The report is overly partisan and at times reads like a combination of score-settling against the Trump administration and justification of the Biden administration.

What we need is a comprehensive, non-partisan excavation of the American government’s response to COVID. Something along the lines of the 9/11 Commission. Because what we saw in 2020 and 2021 amounts to the greatest failure of the federal government in our lifetimes. The people responsible for this failure must be held accountable, on the record. And we must not be repeat this failure in the future.

All of that said, the factual material in this short report is . . . I don’t even know the right word for it.

Here are some highlights, in timeline form.


February 25, 2020: No Americans have died of COVID yet.

From the report:

[T]he Trump White House blocked CDC’s requests to conduct public briefings for more than three months following a February 25, 2020, CDC briefing in which then-CDC National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases Director Nancy Messonnier accurately warned the public about the risks posed by the coronavirus. Dr. Messonnier confirmed that this briefing “angered” then-President Trump.


February 29, 2020: The first American dies of COVID.

Total U.S. dead: 1

On February 29, advisers to the president send a memo warning about what is about to happen. From the report:

[A] ‘“first wave” of infections in the United States was imminent and that the federal government needed to “be honest about the situation and show it is undertaking major decisive actions” to combat the coronavirus. A memo to then-President Trump dated one day later warned that the country was facing “a very serious public health emergency” and recommended “Industrial Mobilization of Supply Chains,” while emphasizing that the Administration’s “movement is NOT fast enough.”

In response, the president and his surrogates attempted to publicly deny that there was any problem at all. For instance, here is Trump on March 10: “It will go away. Just stay calm. It will go away.”  Read more…

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  1. timeline”
    Jan1 Covid 19 starts to kill in Wuhan
    Jan3 Trump and Israel assasinate Iranian general Solemeini
    Jan8 Iran retaliates, flattens two US airbases in Iraq with ICBMs
    February 19 First case of Covid 19 in Iraq, 81 countries get their first case from Iranian travelers.
    Note that NO DEATHS in USA from covid 19 until February 29 so attacking Iran in retaliation for the ICBM attacks with bioweapon deemed “blamelees and safe” So on Feb 19, the concoction China was dosed with seemed to be working as planned in killing only Chinese,
    So the deployment of the much more deadly “ethnic targeting” designer genetically engineered bioweapon into Iran should have same result- kiling only Persians or Arabs. So they did it. And it blamed on China of course.
    But it didnt turn out like that and being labpratory manufactured, it mutates like crazy and still does two years later.

    • Sorry first case Feb 19 in IRAN, not Iraq as is written.
      Also, Iran declares that a bioweapon attack has occired targeting their government in particular, as a dozen government officials die in a few days.
      Note that China also declared themselves under a bioweapon attack too, back in first of January.
      Maybe both Iran and China correct about this eh?

  2. This whole world-shaking Covid ordeal is to big and too comprehensive of a operation not to have been planned and orchestrated at a level far above the part that Trump was installed in the Oval office to play. 🧐🤔🤠

    • Hi Tommy It “fits” since the intelligence report section not made public, is that it is a “designer” type of genetically engineered SARS virus latching onto a common cold/flu virus and “dont worry” it will only infect the Chinese population since designed to do only just that. So this why they did not “deem it of interest” since only a soft kill weapon, just made to start a really bad “flu” epidemic in China and nowhere else, and purpose was to knock its economy down when everyone will have to go into quarantine to combat it.
      So Trump Pompeo Mad Dog whats his name gave the OK and when you look at it like just described all makes sense the lack of concern and flippant attitudes. All those “in the know” of the Wuhan deployment to blame too, which is most of US government.
      US inherently racist population SO HAPPY o see the cimmuniw5 Chinese going into panic welding doors shut locking in the infected and entire hospitals wiped out doctors nurses and patients…and its all because they eat bat soup and other horrible things plus poor hygiene remember that was the narrative put out and those responsible all still cling to it, to avoid the blame and being roasting in hell for it.

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