CNN Finally Agrees with Donald Trump on Something

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 30, 2020

There’s a first time for everything and the first time for CNN agreeing with Donald Trump is Donald Trump saying we’re going to have to stay locked in our houses long past April.

Okay, I think actually the first time they agreed with him was on bombing Syria, but that really just offers more perspective as to just how bad for America this Coronavirus mass hysteria actually is.

Hysterical doom-kook Stephen Collinson writes for CNN:

Even President Donald Trump, a serial spinner of his own political realities, accepted science’s dire truth in ditching an Easter target to open up the US economy with the coronavirus pandemic set to take a savage turn.

Trump’s extension of social distancing guidelines until April 30 is a highly significant move that means American life will remain shut down for at least a month, and probably longer.

Despite cascading humanitarian and political impacts of that decision, the devastating toll of the virus left Trump little choice — even though some conservative backers have been urging him to ease lockdowns.

A President, who a month ago was predicting a miracle that would just make the virus go away, was presented with cataclysmic figures that 2.2 million Americans could die if he indulged his itch to start reopening the economy in the coming week.

“Nothing would be worse than declaring victory before the victory is won,” Trump, who last week repeatedly suggested that win was near, said Sunday, extending restrictions due to expire on Monday for another month at least.

Trump’s decision to listen to his advisers will relieve public health officials and emergency physicians countrywide and shows that he is, in extremis, willing to listen to science — in a way that would be a given for most presidents but has not been so for a commander-in-chief who has so often blurred truth.

Trump predicted the death rate in the US — which doubled from Thursday to Sunday — could peak within two weeks but the nation could get “to the bottom of the hill” by June 1.

Even that figure seems characteristically optimistic. “We should be so lucky,” Rhode Island emergency physician Megan Ranney told CNN, pointing out that only even if social distancing were adopted nationwide now, two weeks was probably not sufficient for all of the most critical cases to emerge.

He had been desperate to start some county-by-county opening of the economy in the days to come. But the President’s decision — potentially a turning point in the nation’s fight against the pandemic — appears to have followed concerted lobbying by two top public health officials, Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Deborah Birx.

Trump predicted his decision would save hundreds of thousands of lives, in an apparent moving of the political goalposts to account for the fast worsening US pandemic.

“2.2 million people would have died if we didn’t do what we are doing,” the President said.

“If we can hold that number down … to 100,000, it’s a horrible number, maybe even less … we all, all together have done a very good job,” Trump said.

The new April 30 date marks yet another reversal of position on the pandemic by the President, who last week made clear he did not pick the Easter date, April 12, based on data but because it was a “beautiful timeline.” Shrugging off his row back, Trump claimed Sunday that Easter had only been an “aspirational date.”

Almost no one, who closely followed the science, modeling and data — including governors, health experts and commentators thought Trump’s original timeline was smart.

It’s so childish the way these people write. Literally like satire. You read it and it’s just almost literally unbelievable that this is supposed to be a professional news outlet, spewing this level of vitriol. You read this stuff, or watch it, and it’s like something out of the The Simpsons.

“Bad, bad, bad man does many bad, bad, bad, things. He does them so much because he is very, very bad. But even bad man knows that locking everyone in their houses and collapsing the economy because of the flu is good. It is the most good thing, so even bad, bad, bad man knows it’s good.”

None of these pieces of shit will ever explain why people who have virtually no risk from the disease are being locked up in their houses.

The only people at risk are:

  • Old people
  • Fat people
  • People with cancer or some other serious medical condition

Everyone else, according to the same people locking us up, can get the disease and have very little problem.

They will say that these people can still be carriers, but so what? If everyone who is at risk is locked up, who do the carriers pose a risk to?

I guess the theory is that a young healthy guy might have a fat slob girlfriend he lives with. Many such cases. Or a young healthy guy might live with his boomer parents because his boomer parents collapsed the economy and destroyed marriage so he’ll have to live in their basement alone forever. Many such cases of that as well.

But at what point does personal responsibility enter into any of this?


Is this a country run by women?