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Posted By: Pluperfect, 3/22/2020 4:45:31 AM

As the nation confronted the new coronavirus, the mainstream media quickly settled upon its all-too-predictable talking points. This is “Trump’s Katrina,” we were told, a crisis the president cannot “spin” away, and which almost certainly spells his electoral doom. Say what you will, but the media herd has a coordinated response for every occurrence: Blame President Donald Trump. Democrats should, however, beware of attempts to politicize COVID-19 or to score cheap political points against the president. It is true that the crisis, steadily building in China, should have triggered more rapid planning in America — even while congressional Democrats continued to occupy all of Washington with their ideologically driven impeachment effort.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Jimmiet 3/22/2020 7:06:30 AM (No. 353867)
President Reagan was right government doesn't solve the problem it is the problem. President Trump has successfully averted the bureaucratic bs and this is why the hate him.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: ARKfamily 3/22/2020 7:17:06 AM (No. 353875)
From the article: "It is true that the crisis, steadily building in China, should have triggered more rapid planning in America —" Given we have had so many presidents kicking the can down the road, now the author is critical because Donald Trump doesn't have a crystal ball. Kind of funny how Rachel Maddow doesn't want the briefings by President aired. Why is that, Rachel Maddow? I bet you I can come very close to that answer.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: ARKfamily 3/22/2020 7:19:27 AM (No. 353878)
Augustus Howard: Donald Trump acted promptly when informed. I can't say that for Dianne Feinstein, Richard Burr, James Inhofe or Kelly Loepfler. Did they approach the President first or go straight to their stocks?
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Rinktum 3/22/2020 8:22:04 AM (No. 353903)
The President and his team are doing an excellent job. He knew that bringing in the private sector was key and that is why we are seeing real progress. He knows the private sector can solve problems quickly while government is an unwieldy slow moving behemoth. One of the reasons he has been successful so far is because he has removed government regulations and rules and gotten government out of the way. The democrats always want more government control which only exacerbates any problem. What we are seeing played out before us is two diametrically different political philosophies and it is clear what is working. The democrats have no solutions other than more government and we see that less government works better and is more efficient. I do not want to even imagine the country going through this crisis under democrat control. It would truly be a nightmare.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: MattMusson 3/22/2020 8:24:40 AM (No. 353905)
Watch closely. The Corona Virus is going to shatter the United China. Within 3 years of Chernobyl, the Soviet Union fractured. China will splinter.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: BaldGuy 3/22/2020 8:54:20 AM (No. 353934)
#4...can you just imagine President hillary? she would have the National Guard going door to door for firearms, extra food and toilet paper! And if you were sick, off to the eradication camps for you!
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Reply 7 - Posted by: starboard 3/22/2020 9:30:57 AM (No. 353975)
President Trump is experienced at construction of skyscrapers and resort, etc. He understands the intricacies involved in an enormous task. He's patient and hands-on ( aka hard working) and get the results he perceives. What he's not is half-baked let's put a band aid on it type. He was left with an old jalopy that didn't work when needed. That's been corrected and we are moving along swiftly. The haters and critics who have zero experience about anything should watch and learn a thing or two from our highly skilled President.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 3/22/2020 9:31:28 AM (No. 353977)
FTA - "...Trump’s politics provide real answers not only for the present crisis but also for the prevention and mitigation of future pandemics. Strong borders, national sovereignty and thriving domestic industry are not incidental to a peaceful, prosperous and safe country. They are cornerstones of it. On these matters, the president has been right all along. And that’s a fact that no one can spin away." Well said. While the crisis has exposed some weaknesses (for example, the off-shoring of critical pharmaceutical manufacturing to China), these can and will be fixed.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: MDConservative 3/22/2020 9:41:42 AM (No. 353985)
If one believes this is all a Dem plot then understand that it takes away three of PDT's re-election boasts...a booming economy, employment and the growing balance in your 401(k)/IRA. Anyone with meaningful retirement or investment accounts has lost thousands as the market plunged to pre-2016 levels, and may go further. We have closed down businesses, many of which will never reopen, broken by this shutdown. We have hobbled passenger transportation, hospitality, and leisure industries. Closed schools. Laid off low wage workers who have no side gigs to fall back on as that alternative is destroyed, too. Add your own to the list. Wait until the state and local governments start whining about the losses of tax revenues from sales taxes, casinos, lotto tix and so on. And Uncle Sugar will rush right in with the national credit card to cover all that and more. Wait for the horror stories to leak out. The stories of COVID misery...like those murders at the Superdome and dikes blown up to flood black sections of New Orleans after Katrina. They're coming. Never let hysteria go to waste.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: rusino 3/22/2020 9:56:17 AM (No. 353999)
The President of the United States of America Donald J. TRUMP 2020 MAGA 🇺🇸 Should be judged by his Actions not his of the cuff comments! He is the most effective President we have had since Ronald Reagan!
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Reply 11 - Posted by: HotRod 3/22/2020 9:57:18 AM (No. 354002)
Maybe we could have had an earlier response, except for a few things: 1. The Chines were covering up. 2. The democrats insisted on continuing with their impeachment fiasco. 3. The media poo-poo'd President Trump's early actions, such as the travel ban, which diminished the public's perception of the seriousness.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Historybuff 3/22/2020 10:14:05 AM (No. 354027)
Last night, watching NBC Nightly News, Anchor Jose Diaz Balart introduced us to a person who has had the virus - his brother Mario D-B, a Republican(!) congress man from Florida. Last Saturday, he came down with CV19. This Sat., he looked a little the worse for wear, like someone who has just about gotten over a bad cold. Mario had a fever, muscle aches, and 7 days later is on the mend, well enough to be on TV. Questions not asked: How long were you on a ventilator? (apparently not for a second) How is this different from the flu? Seven days? Were you hospitalized for any of those days? How High was your fever? What did you take to reduce that fever? I wonder what a never used surplus ventilator will cost this time next year.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: dman 3/22/2020 11:19:29 AM (No. 354110)
Not just his policies, but his example: 1. Keep an optimistic, hopeful, can-do attitude, trusting in God's help. 2. Be straightforward and transparent, Tell it like it is., regardless who might be "offended". 4. Keep your head about you - don't overreact. Panic is what the enemy wants. 5. Now find out what you can do, get to work, and get it done. Remember that the definition of treason is providing aid and comfort to the enemy. In case of COVID-19: over-reacting, panic, hoarding, gouging, and tanking the economy does just that. Calls to self-quarantine can be overdone. I am personally sequestering at home [even though have no symptoms - I don't want to be a silent carrier to others], but will venture out when necessary to purchase supplies [only as needed], and the like - and promptly return home. Be safe, minimize physical contact [but maintain social contact via internet], bui don't shut down the nation beyond what is actually called for. Follow, but don't exceed the CDC guidelines, and don't be holier than thou or God. Render unto Caesar, do your job, humble yourself and pray, trust in God for the result.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: planetgeo 3/22/2020 11:20:52 AM (No. 354113)
The desperate Dems have gone straight from shamcollusion to shampeachment and now to shampedemic in nothing flat. And President Trump keeps knocking each shamtastic attempt down. Greatest. President. Ever. Next "lockdown" order should include a whole bunch of the coup-coup plotters.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 3/22/2020 11:45:12 AM (No. 354152)
Largely agree. Trump was right closing the borders and restricting travel from overseas. He was also right in getting out the information regarding stopping the spread of corona virus. He did act in a timely matter. The only way things could have been done quicker is if China had been more forthright. As for the business shutdowns, much of that was done by governors. Also it was a self-fulfilling prophecy when people stayed home. The media has taken a huge hit. They are unwatchable whenever they are talking about Trump. They are downright obnoxious in their behavior whenever there is a press conference with Trump. They really did cause a panic. We really need to move pass this, but its an election year. The media and the Dems won't let go of this. There are others that want this to be the new normal since its a bonanza for big-government.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Chuzzles 3/22/2020 12:17:41 PM (No. 354200)
Yes he will, as long as he can dump Fauci the Hildabeest fan. Who also by the way, is the roadblock standing in the way of possible cures for this virus. All because of the term 'anecdotal'. So what if the FDA hasn't tested yet. If it is actually working in all parts of the world struck by this virus, I don't care if it is anecdotal, it is WORKING. That is what people are going to see, Trump allowing Fauci to stand in the way of cures. Then he is going to be in a hard place as he explains why he allowed it.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: RedWhite&Blue2 3/22/2020 1:51:33 PM (No. 354306)
I will happily vote Trump in November 2020 I would happily vote Trump in 2024 And 2028! Never let a radical lefty gain another vote anywhere in America—-EVER! Veterans for truth Veterans for Trump 2020...and beyond!
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Reply 18 - Posted by: aripeny 3/22/2020 3:53:15 PM (No. 354416)
In President Trump, we have the right man at the right time to lead this country.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Mike22 3/22/2020 4:16:16 PM (No. 354441)
Their use of the description of anecdotal is curious. Anecdotal normally applies to usually verbal accounts of one-off successes - "Joe took snake oil and was cured instantly". The results reported by medical professionals around the world are not anecdotal. They are of limited sample size and not as strictly controlled as would be desired but the level of results reported make the outcomes reported significant. If you take 18 people who are seriously ill and give nine the drug and they all improve in hours and are well in days while all but two of the control group continue to be seriously ill that is not anecdotal and it is significant. So is administering the drug to your patients who you believe are terminal and having them up in minutes and healing and virus free in days as has been reported by medical professionals.
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