President Donald Trump is sick and tired of the Democrats and their shenanigans. The president trashed Nancy Pelosi’s “coronavirus witch hunt” on Thursday as he is faced with the Speaker pushing for another huge stimulus package that would include two billion dollars to help her “steal the election.” But that’s not all the president is considering as the country faces economic ruin. Don’t miss this.
President Donald Trump ripped House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday for creating a new select investigative committee to look into his handling of the coronavirus.
“This is not the time for politics. Endless, partisan investigations, here we go again,” Trump said at the White House press briefing.
Democrats announced Thursday that they would create a new select committee to investigate President Trump’s response efforts and his $2 trillion economic relief package.
“Where there’s money, there’s also frequently mischief,” Pelosi said while announcing the creation of the committee.
The president expressed disgust that Pelosi launched another “witch hunt” investigation during a crisis in the country.
“It’s witch hunt after witch hunt after witch hunt. And in the end, it’s people doing the witch hunt who are losing,” he said, calling the new committee a “big waste of vital resources, time, and attention.”
The House Speaker was also pushing for another huge trillion-dollar stimulus package where she intends to allocate two billion dollars toward making “voting by mail” the norm in every state. As we previously reported, “voting by mail” is just another scam.
Voting by mail is also called “ballot harvesting.”
“Ballot harvesting” was legalized in California in 2016 and first used in the 2018 midterm elections. It allows anyone to drop off someone else’s mail-in ballot at a polling station. There is no process for vetting or verifying those delivering the ballots — no background checks or identification requirements. Democrats dropped hundreds of thousands of ballots off at polling stations in 2018, helping Democrats as they flipped seven Republican seats.
However, the bigger problem facing Americans is the economic shutdown and what Dr. Anthony Fauci said at Wednesday’s presser.
During the coronavirus briefing on Wednesday, April 1, Dr. Fauci stated — and no media challenged him — that CDC guidelines for “stay-at-home” directives would remain in place until all new cases ceased, and deaths were no longer happening.
“This could take years,” Conservative Treehouse reports.
In fact, Fauci claimed “until there was a vaccine” we would likely be under some sort of “social-distancing” order. The vaccine for COVID-19 isn’t expected until next year. But there is something really off with the CDC data Dr. Fauci is using, which we now know is based on faulty data.
The CDC used the IMHE model to base their numbers on. The model was way off in its predictions.
The IMHE study predicted over 121,000 Americans would be hospitalized by Wednesday over the Coronavirus. The actual number was 31,142.
In New York, the IMHE model predicted that as of yesterday, 50,962 people would have been hospitalized due to the Coronavirus. The actual number was 18,368.
Federalist reporter Sean Davis posted on Thursday: “The IMHE model for the Wuhan coronavirus that the White House is relying on is garbage. It is using NY/NJ data and applying it to the rest of the U.S. It predicted that over 121,000 Americans would be hospitalized yesterday over the coronavirus. The actual number? 31,142.”
“Let’s look at some state data. The IMHE model predicted that 1,716 people in Texas would have been hospitalized yesterday due to the Wuhan coronavirus. The actual number of hospitalized Texans? 196 people,” he adds.
In Tennessee, the IMHE model predicted that 2,214 people in Tennessee would have been hospitalized by yesterday due to the Wuhan coronavirus. The actual number? 200. pic.twitter.com/r1kP5u4TeH
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) April 2, 2020
“In Georgia, the IMHE model predicted that as of yesterday, 2,777 people would have been hospitalized due to the Wuhan coronavirus. The actual number of people hospitalized in Georgia? 952,” Davis posted.
“In Virginia, the IMHE model predicted that 607 Virginians would have been hospitalized as of yesterday due to the Wuhan coronavirus. The actual number? 305,” he added.
In Virginia, the IMHE model predicted that 607 Virginians would have been hospitalized as of yesterday due to the Wuhan coronavirus. The actual number? 305. pic.twitter.com/9iN1TrUSPk
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) April 2, 2020
Sean Davis goes on to give additional stats: “In Tennessee, the IMHE model predicted that 2,214 people in Tennessee would have been hospitalized by yesterday due to the Wuhan coronavirus. The actual number? 200.”
Davis got all the data straight from the CDC’s own website including the tracking of the number of hospitalizations.
Conservative reporters are also questioning why Dr. Fauci did not implement an economic shutdown under Barack Obama’s administration when he was handling the N1H1 pandemic? Yes, he was in charge of that pandemic, too.
“Compare and contrast Dr. Fauci under President Obama in September 2009 after 3,000 to 4,000 H1N1 deaths in the USA -vs- Dr. Fauci under President Trump in March 2020 after 200 to 300 COVID-19 deaths,” CTH adds.
“Now, to better absorb the information…. According to the CDC final estimate of 2009 U.S. H1N1 cases (published in 2011): from April 12, 2009, to April 10, 2010, approximately 60.8 million U.S. cases, 274,304 U.S. hospitalizations, and 12,469 U.S. deaths occurred due to H1N1. That’s the empirical data,” CTH reports.
Is there a political component to Fauci’s guidelines? Well, we hope not. We do know he is a huge fanboy of Hillary Clinton based on emails he sent that were found by WikiLeaks.
Back when Hillary Clinton was before Congress over the Benghazi killings, Fauci wrote in an email to Hillary’s aide Cheryl Mills: “Wow! Very rarely does a speech bring me to tears, but this one did it. Please tell the Secretary that I love her more than ever you guys too, of course.”
In another email, Fauci wrote: “Anyone who had any doubts about the Secretary’s stamina and capability following her illness had those doubts washed away by today’s performance before the Senate and the House. She faced extremely difficult circumstances at the Hearings and still she hit it right out of the park. Please tell her that we all love her and are very proud to know her.”
Would a person of reasonable disposition send such a letter or email to anyone in their professional network? Would you ever consider writing a letter to your employer, or the family of your employer, declaring your undying love and devotion toward them?
Something isn’t adding up. However, we are only passing along the information. It’s up to every American to make up their own minds. The unemployment rate is skyrocketing, and the economic report for March says we lost over 700,000 jobs.
Sweden has no lockdown order, and with a population of 10 million, they report 282 deaths. There has to be a better way to handle this crisis. We don’t have to lift the lockdown for hotspots like New York, but it’s time we save ourselves from the very real economic apocalypse that is already coming.