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  • Cowboy
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    The malaria thing is classic scam artiste shyte.



    He is clinging to ANYTHING, absolutely anything that will water down the facts right now. Talk about and take malaria pills! what have you got to lose??

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  • Waterfordlad
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    Love it!

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  • mr chips
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    I just had to post this one ...

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  • acskerries
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    Originally posted by McCloud View Post
    And still at this time Trump devotes time to his personal vendettas
    ...has to pass his 14 hours of isolation somehow, I guess....

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  • McCloud
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    And still at this time Trump devotes time to his personal vendettas

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  • tippete7trees
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    Ha ha.

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  • Piquet
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    Fauci Urges Non-Essential Worker to Go Home



    (The Borowitz Report)—Dr. Anthony Fauci has urged a non-essential employee of the White House Coronavirus Task Force to go home immediately, Fauci confirmed on Friday.

    Speaking to reporters, the esteemed virologist said that he made the decision to expel the worker for “the health and safety of others.”

    “He said that he felt fine coming to work every day,” Fauci said. “I told him, ‘You may feel fine, but by coming into work you are endangering the lives of countless others.’ ”

    Fauci said that his decision to send the non-essential worker home was based on the most recent scientific findings.

    “What we’re learning is that breathing and talking can put lives in jeopardy, and this one worker did more breathing and talking than anyone else on the team,” he said.

    The employee is expected to spend fourteen hours a day in isolation watching television, a two-hour increase from his normal routine.

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  • jagawayagain
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    Watched again last night- constant confusing of ventilator and respirator- one of which they have millions of but are worried they’ll be sold off for a better price the other there are thousands of with access blocked to some that are in private hospitals - he is utterly out of his depth and the platform buddies, with a couple of exceptions, don’t exactly outshine him... but ‘everyone’s doin a great job... great job’.

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  • Viigand
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    I’ve stopped watching them. Like everything, he’s treating it as a reality TV show and is only interested in ratings. We can only hope that people see him for the incompetent BS artist that he is and vote for Biden in November.

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  • jagawayagain
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    Watched the White House briefing last night, Trump was flaky to begin with, then went out 'for a few minutes' which he had flagged earlier, and came back in exuding control. Wonder if the meds were late arriving. Didn't realise Gerald has a leading job helping out the VP. Some more rigorous questions last night, apparently their supply chains are absolutely the best in the world but the commercial processes (suppliers auctioning off stuff to highest bidder, states vs states, exports etc) are causing a 'bit of a problem', and some states were late to start implementing his plan which was way ahead of its time and the best there's been. It's sort of fascinating, like when you are in shock and watching yourself bleed.

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  • mr chips
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    'Murica
    Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country's top medical expert on the coronavirus pandemic and a member of President Donald Trump's coronavirus task force, is facing threats to his personal safety and now requires personal security from law enforcement at all times, including at his home, a source confirms to CNN.


    A law enforcement official told CNN that the Department of Health and Human Services Inspector General, the agency's law enforcement arm, asked the US Marshals Service for assistance following threats to Fauci. The Marshals then deputized HHS officers to act as personal security for the doctor.

    The Washington Post first reported the threats to Fauci and the increased security.
    A source also confirmed to CNN last week the presence of several members of the Washington, DC, Metropolitan Police Department stationed at all times around Fauci's home in the district. The source added the stepped up visible police presence was a response to growing threats to Fauci's safety, though the source of the threats was not identified.

    During the White House coronavirus task force briefing with reporters on Wednesday, Fauci was asked whether he orWhite House coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx, who also serves on the task force, had received threats of any kind or whether they had been assigned a security detail. He said he was not able to answer.

    "Anything that has to do with security detail I would have to have you (ask your question) to the inspector general of HHS," he said, referencing the Department of Health and Human Services.
    Fauci's response was quickly interrupted by Trump, who stepped up to the podium to say the nation's most visible infectious disease expert doesn't require protection.

    "(He) doesn't need security, everybody loves them," said Trump. "Besides that, they'd be in big trouble if they ever attacked."
    However, as Fauci's profile in the pandemic crisis has grown, so has the concern for his welfare. Fauci's guidance to Trump for the country to remain as locked down as possible to help control the virus spread has not earned fans among some fervent right-wing voices.


    Fauci was among the health advisers on Trump's team encouraging a continuation of the current guidelines after the President heard from business leaders and some conservative allies that the restrictions were more damaging than the virus itself.

    In fact, Trump's decision to extend those guidelines came after Fauci and Birx gave a strong presentation with the new models that showed 100,000 to 200,000 people could die, a source familiar with the President's decision told CNN.
    "You don't make the timeline, the virus makes the timeline," Fauci told CNN last month when asked about how long the novel coronavirus could affect daily life in the US.

    "You may see in a relatively shorter period of time, when you're seeing the inkling of the flattening and coming down," he said in reference to slowing the speed of the outbreak. "But you know, you can't make an arbitrary decision until you see what you're dealing with. You need the data."

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  • tippete7trees
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    Albeit gelding Trump is 100 lengths ahead coming into the straight in the Champion Loon and Delusional handicap Derby, that demented nut Bolsonaro is putting in a decent Sprint himself and is also well placed for a good finish.

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  • Waterfordlad
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    Originally posted by acskerries View Post
    I see the Great Tango's faithful tribes are conducting a fearless (!!! ) but ferocious online campaign against "Fraud Fauci" now. As in the film Mediocracy (from memory I think that's the name but feel free to correct me), these folk must have believed the "Drink Gatorade! Gatorade is good for you!" ads
    I think it was called Idiocracy, AC, but I think I prefer your name!

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  • acskerries
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    I see the Great Tango's faithful tribes are conducting a fearless (!!! ) but ferocious online campaign against "Fraud Fauci" now. As in the film Mediocracy (from memory I think that's the name but feel free to correct me), these folk must have believed the "Drink Gatorade! Gatorade is good for you!" ads

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  • B.A.
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    oops wrong thread
    Last edited by B.A.; 29th-March-2020, 22:06.

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