More evidence that most coronavirus cases are now weaker than the flu
He noted that out of 2,231 tests the clinics have administered in June, although the positivity rate is at 20%, the “vast majority of the cases are mild to very mild symptoms.” He observed that most patients were in their 30s, most would not even have met the criteria for testing during the peak when kits were scarce, and that very few of them really need hospitalization. “Vast majority of the patients are better within 2-3 days of the visit and most would be described as having a cold (a mild one at that) or the symptoms related to allergies,” he said.
He further noted that half of them come in because they sneeze or cough and their employer makes them get tested.
Thus, ironically, the spike in hospitalizations now is because of the pervious lockdown, which they are now pushing again. As Dr. Robert Hancock of Texas College of Emergency Physicians said, “We saw just a rash of people that came in for relatively treatable conditions that had just waited to the point that it deteriorated. That’s kind of added to the ICU stress on top of just having the COVID-19 patients.”
Thus, what we are seeing in Texas and elsewhere is actually a fulfillment of what we all hoped for – a flattened curve of mild cases and hospitals that are able to handle severe cases, but ultimately few deaths. “Overall, based upon what we are seeing at our facilities, the above information is really more of a positive story,” wrote the emergency clinic executive to Berenson. “You have more people who are testing positive with minimal symptoms. This means that the fatality rate is less than commonly reported.”
This is perhaps why hospital officials in Texas, whose profession has typically led the charge in panic peddling since March, are actually warning the public that they are being misled with illusory data.
Houston Methodist CEO Marc Boom complained that the data is “being misinterpreted” “and, quite frankly, we’re concerned that there is a level of alarm in the community that is unwarranted right now.”
Mao’s March On Jacksonville: The Marxists Are Coming For The RNC
In point of fact, that is not how this is supposed to work. We are supposed to be warned in advance and told what is about to happen and who is planning it. That’s the entire point of maintaining our giant intelligence apparatus.
So, let’s try that. Let’s take a look into the future.
A group calling itself the Coalition to March on the RNC Jax has filed for permission to stage a giant protest timed to coincide with the upcoming Republican National Convention (RNC) in Jacksonville, Florida. This coalition is what is known in intelligence circles as a “front organization,” in this case – a paper-thin one. Similar such fronts with virtually identical names have been used multiple times before, including in connection with a March on the RNC in 2016.
The purpose of this front is to give the false impression that what is about to happen in Jacksonville is an event organized by local citizens and “concerned parties.” It is to make it appear that what is happening is spontaneous. It is to hide the truth that a single entity behind the scenes is pulling the strings.
In order to identify what entity that might be, let’s take a look at the key individuals involved with the planned march in Jacksonville and with previous similar events:
Sampson is affiliated with the Jacksonville Community Action and has been involved with efforts to tear down statues and monuments in recent weeks. More importantly, Sampson is a member of the Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO) and a frequent writer for the FRSO’s online publication “Fight Back”.
Also a member of the FRSO. His home was searched in 2010 by the FBI in connection with allegations of involvement in domestic terrorism. Burke has traveled to Venezuela to meet with Communist Party officials there. He has also been alleged to have had contact with Palestinian groups.
A Wisconsin based FRSO leader.
Kelly is the editor of the FRSO’s online newspaper “Fight Back” and the leader of the FRSO in Minnesota. His home was searched in 2010 as part of the FBI investigation of the alleged involvement of the FRSO in domestic terrorism. In 2009 he wrote a paper entitled “Continuing the Revolution is Not a Dinner Party.” That paper was a justification of the actions of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) at Tiananmen Square wherein as many as 10,000 pro-democracy protesters were killed.
So, what exactly is the FRSO – the organization that appears to be the force behind the upcoming march?
The FRSO was founded in 1985 as an alliance of the remaining members of a long list of Maoist revolutionary movements including the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), the Weathermen, Revolutionary Communist Party, League of Revolutionary Struggle, Communist Party USA (Marxist-Leninist) and the Communist Workers Party. As a Maoist group, the FRSO – from the outset – focused heavily on racial and minority issues and the exploitation of racial and ethnic grievances as tools for the advancement of revolutionary change.
USMCA Officially in Effect – Statement from USTR Robert Lighthizer…
NAFTA is DEAD! …This has been one hell of a decades-long battle.
Norman Traversy stating: This document has been delivered electonically to the White house and the @WhiteHouse
has already given them a receipt of reception of said documents
help Canada please and remove this traitor Justin
Thank you Love Canada
America needs a lot more people just like them.
I think we’re gonna be very good with the coronavirus. I think that at some point that’s going to sort of just disappear, I hope.
Trump on Fox Business yesterday.
Quote:I think we’re gonna be very good with the coronavirus. I think that at some point that’s going to sort of just disappear, I hope.
Republicans who say Donald Trump should lose in November but insist they won’t vote for Joe Biden aren’t being honest, Carly Fiorina argues.
Fiorina was a Republican candidate for president just four years ago, and was briefly Ted Cruz’s prospective running mate. Trump needs to go, she says—and that means she’s voting for Biden.
Fiorina is not going to keep quiet, write in another candidate, or vote third-party. “I’ve been very clear that I can’t support Donald Trump,” she told me, in an interview that can be heard in full on the latest episode of The Ticket. “And elections are binary choices.” She struggled with the decision, and whether to go public. But she said that this struggle is one Republicans need to have—including those who have rationalized supporting Trump despite their disagreements, because of some of his policies or judicial appointments.
“As citizens, our vote is more than a check on a box. You know, it’s a statement about where we want to go, and I think what we need now actually is real leadership that can unify the country,” she said. “I am encouraged that Joe Biden is a person of humility and empathy and character. I think he’s demonstrated that through his life. And I think we need humility and empathy everywhere in public life right now. And I think character counts.”
Of course, Trump diehards will dismiss her. She has said over the years that Trump isn’t a real businessman, that he lacks character, that he is the definition of an autocrat, that impeachment was “vital.” But she’s not the stereotype of a Republican squish: Before her 2016 run, she was a Tea Party–type candidate for Senate in 2010 and the CEO of Hewlett-Packard. Four years ago, she voted for Trump—even after he’d been caught saying about her, “Look at that face! Would anyone vote for that? Can you imagine that, the face of our next president?”
Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, who said she agrees with former Defense Secretary James Mattis that Trump is a threat to the Constitution, but is “struggling” with whether to vote for him, is putting politics over principle, Fiorina told me. John Bolton, who has said he hopes for America’s sake that Trump loses but that he’ll write in a conservative Republican, looks to Fiorina like he’s “desperately trying to preserve some position in the Republican Party as a conservative Republican.” As for Cruz, who’s turned into an avid Trump defender—she said she hasn’t spoken with him in years. And Trump, she told me, can tweet whatever he wants about her.
It hasn’t been an easy journey to backing a Democrat, especially when she thinks about issues that she cares deeply about, such as limiting government spending and restricting abortion. But as she’s been working with her Unlocking Potential Foundation, which focuses on increasing diversity among corporate leadership, she’s also been watching how the coronavirus pandemic has exposed inequality in America. She needed to speak up, too. Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are right, she said: The structures of power have been bent too far toward corporate control. But if conservatives really want to do anything about it, she said, they need to start by standing up for their principles.
The former Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina tells The Ticket that she plans to vote for Joe Biden.
Gee, hope it disappears. Amazing.
Ghislaine Maxwell, longtime Jeffrey Epstein associate, arrested