Who would have thought that the evil little AIDS-hoax creep would turn on Trump the first chance he got?
Trump certainly couldn’t have been expected to be able to predict such a thing.
No one could have predicted it.
President Trump publicly signaled his frustration on Sunday with Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, the federal government’s top infectious disease expert, after the doctor said more lives could have been saved from the coronavirus if the country had been shut down earlier.
Mr. Trump reposted a Twitter message that said “Time to #FireFauci” as he rejected criticism of his slow initial response to the pandemic that has now killed more than 22,000 people in the United States. The president privately has been irritated at times with Dr. Fauci, but the Twitter post was the most explicit he has been in letting that show publicly.
Fauci is now saying that had Trump listened to the medical experts earlier he could've saved more lives.
Fauci was telling people on February 29th that there was nothing to worry about and it posed no threat to the US public at large.
Time to #FireFauci…
— DeAnna Lorraine ?? (@DeAnna4Congress) April 12, 2020
The message Mr. Trump retweeted came from a former Republican congressional candidate. “Fauci is now saying that had Trump listened to the medical experts earlier he could’ve saved more lives,” said the tweet by DeAnna Lorraine, who got less than 2 percent of the vote in an open primary against Speaker Nancy Pelosi last month. “Fauci was telling people on February 29th that there was nothing to worry about and it posed no threat to the US at large. Time to #Fire Fauci.”
In reposting the message, Mr. Trump added: “Sorry Fake News, it’s all on tape. I banned China long before people spoke up.”
That is absolutely true. It is on tape.
This clip is from January 21, ten days before Trump announced he was the border with China:
The New York Times is just reporting completely fake news.
The tweet came amid a flurry of messages blasted out by the president on Sunday defending his handling of the coronavirus, which has come under sharp criticism, and pointing the finger instead at China, the World Health Organization, President Barack Obama, the nation’s governors, Congress, Democrats generally and the news media.
Mr. Trump did not “ban China,” but he did block foreign nationals who had been in China in the past 14 days from coming into the United States starting on Feb. 2.
Oh, he didn’t really “ban China,” NYT?
Thanks for clearing that up for me. Like the rest of your readers, I’m a stupid little child who needs to have the meaning of words explained to me or I get really confused.
This is all so absolutely insane.
The media was openly calling Donald Trump a racist for banning China in the first place. Now they’re saying he should have done it sooner. It is so tiresome, the way every single thing these people say has to be the exact opposite of whatever Trump does. It leads to complete and total incoherence and a kind of mental illness.
Do the people who read the New York Times and believe in it feel strange emotions about having been calling Trump an evil racist two months ago for this and now saying he’s evil for not doing it sooner?
Fauci going around promoting this hoax, when he himself was out there telling people to stop worrying about it, is beyond the pale.
But I want to know this: why was he telling people not to worry about it, when we could have put preventative measures in place earlier? Nothing changed between when he said “don’t worry” and then told everyone we had to shut down the entire country over it. Literally, nothing changed. We knew what the virus was, and we knew that it was going to make it to America.
So why did he change his message?
There are a number of possibilities, but the most obvious is that he and more importantly the people he represents wanted to allow the virus to come to America and begin to spread before they started the hysteria so that they could implement this massive lockdown.
There are other possibilities, but that is certainly the simplest and the most obvious explanation.
Oh and By the Way…
How many lives could have been saved, Fauci?
There are 23,000 dead.
That 23,055 includes God only knows how many people who died of other causes, given that the CDC has told hospitals to label basically every death that happens a coronavirus death.
And even considering that, it is still just over a quarter of the 80,000 people who died from the flu in 2017-18.
It is completely obvious that all of these people who died would have died from a different strand of the flu this year if they had not died of (or been recorded as dying of) the coronavirus strand of the flu.
Saint Nipples is even admitting now that the worst of it is over.
Currently, every death from any form of the flu is obviously being labeled a Coronavirus death, based on the above linked new CDC standards. But before they started doing that, 24,000 people had died of non-COVID-19 flu. So we’re going to end up with an official death number probably around 60,000, the real number probably being 40,000.
They will come out later with some stupid fake number that is much higher in order to justify all of this, but you are all here to witness what has happened.