EXCLUSIVE: Evidence Shows Director General of World Health Organization Severely Overstated the Fatality Rate of the Coronavirus Leading to the Greatest Panic in World History

The Ethiopian politician and Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, claimed in a press conference in early March that the fatality rate for the coronavirus was many multiples that of the fatality rate of the common flu. This egregiously false premise has led to the greatest panic in world history.

The Director General of the WHO spoke on March 3, 2020 and shared this related to the coronavirus:

While many people globally have built up immunity to seasonal flu strains, COVID-19 is a new virus to which no one has immunity. That means more people are susceptible to infection, and some will suffer severe disease.

Globally, about 3.4% of reported COVID-19 cases have died. By comparison, seasonal flu generally kills far fewer than 1% of those infected.

This statement led to the greatest panic in world history as the media all over the world shared and repeated that the coronavirus was many, many times more deadly than the common flu.

The problem is the statement is false. It was not accurate!

We reported yesterday, that the coronavirus fatality rate reported by the media was completely inaccurate and the actual rate is les than the flu – media lying again. The false reporting of the coronavirus fatality rate of 3.4% in the media started with the statements made by the WHO in early March.

Here’s a summary of the analysis proving the Director General’s statement was very misleading and materially false:

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1. Estimates have been made about the fatality rate of the coronavirus.

Often times estimates have to be made because data is just not yet available. These estimates usually involve obtaining information that is available and making estimates on what is not. We cannot tell the future but we can make educated guesses based on information available. This is what has been done with the coronavirus because this type of virus has apparently never been seen before.

2. Sometimes estimates are reasonable and sometimes they are wrong, way off.

The point is that whenever estimates are made of large unknown values they are always wrong because no one can tell the future. Sometimes estimates end up close and sometimes they are not and sometimes they are way off.

3. The current estimate for the coronavirus fatality rate is about 3.4%.

The estimates used most often is from the WHO based on the Director General’s comments. The WHO estimates the mortality rate of the coronavirus to be around 3.4%:

The World Health Organization (WHO) has estimated the mortality rate from Covid-19 is about 3.4%. That is higher than seasonal flu and is cause for concern – but even if it is correct, more than 96% of people who become infected with the coronavirus will recover.

4. The same rate for the flu is 10% (but the media tells you it’s .1%).

As The Gateway Pundit reported earlier, according to CDC numbers, in the US in the 2019-2020 flu season, there were 222,000 confirmed cases of the flu from testing and an estimated 36 million flu cases in the United States. There were 22,000 confirmed deaths from the flu.

Note that the number of deaths and confirmed cases (through testing) of the flu in the US are based on actual data. The number of individuals who contracted the flu is an estimate. There is no way to know who had the flu in the US because many cases are not severe and people do not have a test done to confirm they had the flu. They believe their symptoms are minor and go on with their normal lives thinking they had a cold or something similar. Because of this, the CDC estimates and they estimated 36 million people had the flu in this past flu season.

The rate of the number of individuals who died from the flu to the number of individuals who were estimated to have had the flu is .1% (22,000 / 36 million). This is an estimate and the amount used above by the Director General of the WHO.

However, the rate of individuals who died from the flu to the number of individuals who were confirmed to have had the flu is around 10% (22,000/ 222,000). This is based on actual data similar to the rate for the coronavirus above.

5. Actual results for the coronavirus are lower than the flu.

Based on the above numbers, the actual fatality rate for those who were confirmed to have had the coronavirus is 3.4%.
The actual rates for those who were confirmed to have had the flu are around 10%.

The actual data shows that the fatality rate for those who had the flu (10%) is 6% higher than for those with the coronavirus (3.8%).

6. Current estimates between the flu and the coronavirus are not comparing ‘apples to apples’.

The fatality rate that is commonly referred to in the media for the coronavirus is 3.4% from the WHO. This number is based on confirmed cases of people with the coronavirus.

The flu fatality rate provided by the CDC of .1% includes an estimate of individuals who had the flu (36,000,000). This rate includes an estimate of all people with the flu, most who were not tested for the flu.

The fatality rate for the coronavirus does not include those who had the coronavirus but were not confirmed. This is why the flu fatality rate is .1% and the coronavirus fatality rate is 3.4%!

The two rates are like comparing apples to oranges. By doing so the coronavirus fatality rate is way overstated when compared to the flu and the WHO and the media has created a worldwide crisis and panic by reporting these rates simultaneously!

The coronavirus is not more fatal than the flu based on current data. It is much less fatal than the flu based on current data.

7. Those most at risk from the coronavirus are the elderly and sick (similar to the flu).

Similar to the flu, those most at risk of dying from the coronavirus are the elderly and the sick. The average age for those who died from the coronavirus in Italy is 81 years old. This is consistent around the world. There have been no known fatalities for any children 10 and under.

The sick are also at a higher risk similar to the flu. Current data shows that if you have no pre-existing conditions, your fatality rate if you contract the coronavirus is .9% (and what proportion of these cases are the elderly).

In summary, President Trump was right when he said the WHO’s coronavirus fatality rate was much too high. Evidence proves the coronavirus is not as deadly as what was reported by the WHO and repeated in the media.

In fact, current data shows it is not as deadly as the flu. The elderly and the sick should be protected. Everyone else has very little to worry about. Again, don’t believe what the media is telling you. They are lying again.

BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: The Fatality Rate Reported for the Coronavirus Is Way Too High. The Current Actual Rate Is Even Lower Than the Common Flu. The Media Is Lying Again!

The currents estimates for the fatality rates on the coronavirus just don’t add up. These estimates based on current data are way off and should be investigated further. Current data shows that this virus is much less deadly that even the common flu.

Summary of points below:

  1. We were right about the 2016 primaries, the 2016 election and the Mueller Hoax, and we’re right about this
  2. Estimates have been made about the fatality rate of the coronavirus
  3. Sometimes estimates are reasonable and sometimes they are wrong, way wrong
  4. The current estimate for the coronavirus fatality rate is around 3.4%
  5. The estimated flu fatality rate is .1%
  6. Actual results for the coronavirus are much lower than the common flu
  7. Current estimates are wrong, way wrong
  8. Those most at risk from the coronavirus are the elderly and the sick

1. We were right about the 2016 primaries, the 2016 Presidential election and the Mueller hoax and we are right about this.

On April 2, 2016, we made a prediction that Senator Ted Cruz would be eliminated from the 2016 Republican nomination for President on April 26, 2016, because at that time Senator Cruz would need more delegates than would be available to win the nomination. We were right and we even estimated the number of delegates candidate Trump would obtain at that time to within one (i.e. 953 to 954). Our prediction was posted as the headline at the Drudge Report.

On November 4, 2016, a few days before the election, we predicted candidate Trump would win the election. While the Mainstream Media was basing their analysis on faulty polling, we based our analysis on rally attendance, social media engagement and other statistics. As a result we were one of a few entities to predict a Trump Win.

For more than two years we claimed the Russia collusion narrative was a complete sham and daily pointed out new evidence supporting our position. We were absolutely right and have already been vilified. The Mainstream media was not only wrong but they were actively engaged in this attempted coup to remove President Trump from power. We now know that there was no Russia collusion with the Trump campaign and the FBI knew it in January 2017.

Now we face the coronavirus crisis and we can see similarities between this and the Mueller hoax and other lies perpetrated by the media. The most obvious evidence is the manner in which the MSM is again all in on the narrative that President Trump is in the wrong or somehow the cause of this crisis. The data however shows the opposite and it is the media again who are wrong and dishonest in their reporting.

2. Estimates have been made about the fatality rate of the coronavirus.

Often times estimates have to be made because data is just not yet available. These estimates usually involve obtaining information that is available and making estimates on what is not. We cannot tell the future but we can make educated guesses based on information available. This is what has been done with the coronavirus because this type of virus has apparently never been seen before.

3. Sometimes estimates are reasonable and sometimes they are wrong, way wrong.

Whenever estimates are made they are always wrong because no one can tell the future. Sometimes estimates end up close and sometimes they are not and sometimes they are way off.

4. The current estimate for the coronavirus fatality rate is about 3.4%.

The estimates for the fatality rate for the coronavirus are shocking. The CDC released one report in February stating the rate varies between 12% and 1%:

Our estimates of the risk for death in Wuhan reached values as high as 12% in the epicenter of the epidemic and ≈1% in other, more mildly affected areas.

A report by the World Health Organization (WHO) and China estimates the mortality rate to be around 3.8% based on actual results:

As of 20 February, 2114 of the 55,924 laboratory confirmed cases have died (crude fatality ratio [CFR2] 3.8%) (note: at least some of whom were identified using a case definition that included pulmonary disease). The overall CFR varies by location and intensity of transmission (i.e. 5.8% in Wuhan vs. 0.7% in other areas in China).

Other reports are that the WHO estimates the mortality rate to be around 3.4%:

The World Health Organization (WHO) has estimated the mortality rate from Covid-19 is about 3.4%. That is higher than seasonal flu and is cause for concern – but even if it is correct, more than 96% of people who become infected with the coronavirus will recover.

As of today, the actual fatality rate for those who were confirmed to have had the coronavirus is 3.84%. This is the number of fatalities from the virus divided by the number of individuals who were confirmed with the virus.

5. The estimated flu mortality rate is .1%.

As The Gateway Pundit reported earlier, according to CDC numbers, in the US in the 2019-2020 flu season, there were 222,000 confirmed cases of the flu from testing and an estimated 36 million flu cases in the United States. There were 22,000 confirmed deaths from the flu.

Note that the number of deaths and confirmed cases of the flu in the US are based on actual data. The number of individuals who contracted the flu is an estimate. There is no way to know who had the flu in the US because many people do not have a test done to confirm they had the flu. They believe their symptoms are minor and go on with their normal lives thinking they have a cold or something similar. Because of this, the CDC must estimate and they estimated 36 million people had the flu in this past flu season.

The rate of the number of individuals who died from the flu to the number of individuals who had the flu is therefore .1% (22,000 / 36 million). This is an estimate.

The rate of individuals who died from the flu to the number of individuals who were confirmed to have had the flu is around 10% (22,000/ 222,000). This is based on actual data.

6. Actual results for the coronavirus are much lower than the common flu.

Based on the above, the actual fatality rates for those who were confirmed to have had the coronavirus are around 3.4%. The actual rates for those who were confirmed to have had the flu are around 10%.

The actual data shows that the fatality rate for those who had the flu (10%) is 6% higher than for those with the coronavirus (3.8%).

7. Current estimates are wrong, way wrong.

The fatality rate that is commonly referred to in the media for the coronavirus is 3.4% from the WHO. This number is based on actual cases of those who are confirmed with the virus.

The flu fatality rate provided by the CDC includes an estimate of individuals who had the flu but were not confirmed while the fatality rate for the coronavirus does not include those who had the coronavirus but were not confirmed. This is why the flu fatality rate is .1% and the coronavirus fatality rate is 3.4%!

The two rates are like comparing apples to oranges. By doing so the coronavirus fatality rate is way overstated when compared to the flu and the media has created a worldwide crisis and panic by doing so!

The coronavirus is not more fatal than the flu based on current data. It is much less fatal than the flu based on current data.

8. Those most at risk from the coronavirus are the elderly and sick.

Similar to the flu, those most at risk of dying from the coronavirus are the elderly and the sick. The average age for those who died from the coronavirus in Italy is 81 years old. This is consistent around the world. There have been no known fatalities for any children 10 and under.

The sick are also at a higher risk similar to the flu. Current data shows that if you have no pre-existing conditions, your fatality rate if you contract the coronavirus is .9% (and what proportion of these cases are the elderly).

In summary, the coronavirus is not as deadly as is being portrayed in the lying liberal media. In fact it is not as deadly as the flu. The elderly and the sick should be protected. Everyone else has very little to worry about. Again, don’t believe what the media is telling you. They are lying again.

Thanks to the Mainstream Media’s Hyperbolic Reporting of the Coronavirus, the World has Gone Mad

The coronavirus scare is now worldwide and like other liberal scare tactics this is becoming a bit of a joke.

The virus started in Wuhan, China but some people think it is wrong to call it the Wuhan coronavirus. Maybe like the Spanish flu which started in China, we should call this the Spanish coronavirus:

No one knows anyone who caught the virus but everyone is scared to death of catching it:

The markets are way down as a result of the media’s fixation on the virus:

The Democrats, their MSM and the Deep State appear to all be hoping the markets drop further because of the coronavirus. CNN was pushing for the market to go down further on Friday morning, the day of the largest daily rally in US history:

It’s no longer appropriate to cough in public or at home:

People are resorting to all sorts for rituals to ward off the disease:

Some believe that meditation is the cure:

https://twitter.com/HappyNoodleUSA/status/1238920574572920833

The situation in the US is like the one experienced in Hong Kong a month prior. In Hong Kong there was a run on toilet paper (TP) when word came out that a large manufacturer of it in China was temporarily shutting down due to the virus. All of Hong Kong stocked up on the stuff. Within a few weeks after individuals from the US sent TP to Hong Kong, the crisis was over.

Now the US is doing the same thing. Except in the US it makes no sense. There is no word of a US TP manufacturer shutting down. People appear to be stocking up on the stuff because they saw people do it in Hong Kong. Now people in Hong Kong are repackaging the TP received from the States and shipping it back because they have enough for a year:

The only segment of the economy doing well since the coronavirus is grocers:

Democrats hope this thing lasts till the election so their handpicked candidate Joe Biden doesn’t have to present in front of real people any more. They also hope they can figure out how to keep him from wandering off during live videos when not presenting to live audiences:

Bernie Sanders is rightly complaining that the virus hurts his campaign because he can’t do rallies. Trump is unable to do rallies as well. Democrats hope this thing lasts till the election. Biden has no rallies:

The world has gone mad over the coronavirus!

“I Could Give a Sh##!” – UFC President Dana White When Asked If Afraid About Losing Viewers For Speaking At Trump Rallies

The UFC’s Dana White was invited to speak at President Trump’s rally in Colorado last week. He is a good friend of President Trump and a loyal fan.

White was asked to say a few words at the rally and he did great:

When asked about if he was worried about losing viewers over his friendship with President Trump, White replied:

I could give a sh**!

White also spoke at the 2016 Republican Convention about his relationship with then candidate Trump:

Real men like Trump – Soy boys drink liberal soy milk.

LIVE FROM HONG KONG: To Date in 2020, Influenza (the Flu) Accounts for More Than 50 Times the Number of Deaths as the Coronavirus in Hong Kong!

Live from Hong Kong

More than a month after Hong Kong reacted to the coronavirus, the overall damage of the virus is not nearly as severe as originally feared, and compared to the common flu, it is minuscule.

As reported yesterday:

News of the coronavirus reached Hong Kong and the world in early January. Hong Kong citizens were curious at first and then almost hyper-reactive. The Wuhan coronavirus was a big unknown and still is. Hong Kong did very little at first other than observe the actions of the Chinese government in Hubei in response to the newly discovered coronavirus.

By the end of January right before the Chinese New Year, the government of China took the unprecedented move and shut everything down in Hubei Province in China. Road blocks were erected and people were forced to stay home in Hubei Province. After the Monday and Tuesday holidays, all businesses were shut down in Hong Kong and throughout China.

Schools were closed until the end of February in Hong Kong and the following week businesses opened but with the option to work from home. Most companies followed the Hong Kong government’s practices with civil servants and kept their employees home. This has continued throughout the month of February and schools in Hong Kong next announced they would be closed till mid-March and then until April 20th.

Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated areas on earth with a population of around 8 million. As of this morning there are 94 coronavirus cases confirmed and two deaths in Hong Kong. The percent of confirmed cases to total population is minuscule at 0.001%. Deaths as a percent of the population are basically nil at 2 deaths in 8 million.

China has a population of around 1.4 billion. The number of coronavirus confirmed cases stands at 79,251 with around 2,700 confirmed deaths. The percent of confirmed cases to the population is also minuscule at 0.0056%. Deaths as a percent of the population are basically nil. These numbers are based on reported cases which may or may not be accurate.

The US has reported 64 confirmed cases to date of the coronavirus and no fatalities. With 350 million Americans the number of confirmed cases is also at amounts almost nil with no deaths.

Since the beginning of the year the flu in Hong Kong has been much more consequential than the coronavirus:

The Centre for Health Protection announced today that the winter flu season has ended. During this period, 113 adults died of influenza and no deaths from children were recorded. The Centre reminds the public that although the winter flu peak period has ended, citizens should continue to maintain personal and environmental hygiene to prevent respiratory diseases.

We know that the flu kills thousands in the US each year:

So far, the new coronavirus, dubbed COVID-19, has led to more than 75,000 illnesses and 2,000 deaths, primarily in mainland China. But that’s nothing compared with the flu, also called influenza. In the U.S. alone, the flu has already caused an estimated 26 million illnesses, 250,000 hospitalizations and 14,000 deaths this season, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Of course, the MSM will continue to parrot Democrat talking points that the coronavirus is the worst crisis since World War II. The data simply doesn’t show this and to date the common flu is much, much more deadly.

LIVE FROM HONG KONG: After Two Months the Number of Confirmed Cases of the Coronavirus in Hong Kong and China Are Less than 0.006% of the Population – Death Counts Are Nil

Live from Hong Kong

The Hong Kong government and corporations reacted late to the coronavirus but when they did act, the actions were borderline extreme. More than a month later there are still questions with overall results are not nearly as severe as feared.

Word of the coronavirus reached Hong Kong and the world in early January. Hong Kong citizens were curious at first and then almost hyper-reactive. The Wuhan coronavirus was a big unknown and still is.

A Hong Kong Perspective

I happened to be in Hubei Province in China as the word of the virus spread. We made it back to Shenzhen’s massive new and beautiful airport on the 5th and already travel was slowing down. For the next few weeks as we all tried to understand the severity of the virus, I mingled with individuals in Hong Kong via mass transit and at various locations like stores and restaurants. Then came the Chinese New Year in late January and the government of China unprecedentedly shut everything down in Hubei Province in China. Road blocks were erected and people we forced to stay home in Hubei Province. After the Monday and Tuesday holidays, all businesses were shut down in Hong Kong and throughout China at the end of January.

Schools were closed until the end of February in Hong Kong and the following week businesses opened but with the option to work from home, if able. Most companies followed the Hong Kong government’s practices with civil servants and kept their employees home, if able. This has continued throughout the month of February and schools in Hong Kong next announced they would be closed till mid-March and then until April 20th.

The local shops are in poor shape with those that depend on walk-in traffic hurt the most. The only industry that has done ok during the protests, which ended right before the coronavirus outbreak, are grocery stores. To add some perspective, the massive and beautiful Hong Kong airport has seen traffic down from 200,000 passengers on a typical day down to 7,000.

Overall, the people in Hong Kong and China are compliant with government recommendations wearing masks and working from home but after more than a month, most people are beginning to suffer from cabin fever. Also, fewer people, especially Westerners are wearing masks as they can be uncomfortable.

So where are we at today? Companies are slowly getting back to work as the government encourages civil servants to make it back to work. The average company has seen around 20% of their employees in the office in February and this is hoped to increase to 50% within the next few weeks. The economy took a hit.

China’s economy was already slowing and it took a very big hit from the coronavirus. This was not what the regime needed. President Trump’s tariff’s encouraged manufacturers in China to move outside of China and into SE Asia or back to the US. This was the beginning of the economic downturn before the coronavirus. (To get a perspective of how the economy in China is doing, imagine all the major airports throughout China seeing less than 5% of their normal traffic.)

What does this mean for Hong Kong and China?

Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated areas on earth with a population of around 8 million. As of this morning there have been 93 coronavirus cases confirmed (the same as Singapore) and two deaths. The percent of confirmed cases to total population is minuscule at 0.0012%. Deaths as a percent of the population are basically nil

China has a population of around 1.4 billion. The number of coronavirus confirmed cases stands at 78,824 with around 2,700 confirmed deaths. The percent of confirmed cases to the population is also minuscule at 0.0056%. Deaths as a percent of the population are basically nil. These numbers are based on reported cases which may or may not be accurate.

It’s unknown if the actions taken in China and Hong Kong have prevented any deaths but it is suspected that they have. We don’t know if those who died would have died anyways do to old age or other complications. The data is not available.

The economy has certainly been hurt but China’s economy was on the downturn anyways. We still don’t know a lot about the coronavirus with opinions running wild. The word passed around in China is that the US may have started the coronavirus and has the cure that it will then sell to China.

What is the coronavirus and why so scary?

The original scare with the coronavirus was that it was very contagious and deadly but is that really true? We know that the flu is much more deadly:

So far, the new coronavirus, dubbed COVID-19, has led to more than 75,000 illnesses and 2,000 deaths, primarily in mainland China. But that’s nothing compared with the flu, also called influenza. In the U.S. alone, the flu has already caused an estimated 26 million illnesses, 250,000 hospitalizations and 14,000 deaths this season, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

That said, scientists have studied seasonal flu for decades. So, despite the danger of it, we know a lot about flu viruses and what to expect each season. In contrast, very little is known about COVID-19 because it’s so new. This means COVID-19 is something of a wild card in terms of how far it will spread and how many deaths it will cause.

The death rate for the coronavirus appears to be higher than that of the flu:

In the study published Feb. 18 in the China CDC Weekly, researchers found a death rate from COVID-19 to be around 2.3% in mainland China. That’s much higher than the death rate linked to flu, which is typically around 0.1% in the U.S., according to The New York Times.

Even so, the death rate for COVID-19 varied by location and an individual’s age, among other factors. For instance, in Hubei Province, the epicenter of the outbreak, the death rate reached 2.9%; in other provinces of China, that rate was just 0.4%. In addition, older adults have been hit the hardest. The death rate soars to 14.8% in those 80 and older; among those ages 70 to 79, the COVID-19 death rate in China seems to be about 8%; it’s 3.6% for those ages 60 to 69; 1.3% for 50 to 59; 0.4% for the age group 40 to 49; and just 0.2% for people ages 10 to 39. Nobody 9 and under has died of this coronavirus to date.

Clearly not everyone is getting sick from the coronavirus which may be due to actions by China and Hong Kong but may not as well. It does appear that disinfectant sprays work to clean up the virus. But overall, even a far left reporter for NBC warns not to panic:

To date we really don’t know how this started. There are thoughts that this might slow down over the summer as viruses usually do, but we really don’t know.

Actions by politicians to close schools or businesses or government offices appear to be overreactions to date and actions to save face rather than really impact the spread of the virus.

What does this mean for the US?

The US has reported 60 confirmed cases to date and no fatalities. With 350 million Americans the number of confirmed cases is also at amounts almost nil with no deaths. Overall, the risk in the US of dying due to the coronavirus is basically nil. You could get sick but you have a 99 in 100 chance of surviving even if you do get sick for most the population.

China’s economic woes are not as connected to the US as is being shared. China’s trade with the US of $500 billion is only 2% of the total US GDP of $21 trillion. China can go through an economic collapse and it won’t stop the US and in fact it might help. With a Chinese downturn the US will be the place to invest which will lead to more capital and more growth. The US is bringing back manufacturing from overseas and SE Asia is now replacing China as a trade partner. This is what President Trump wanted, more trade with free nations and less with dictatorial nations.

Economically the markets took a huge hit these past four days with the DOW down more than 3,000 points from 29,000 to less than 26,000. This is clearly an overreaction.

Of course, the MSM will continue to parrot Democrat talking points that the sky is falling but to date, the sky is nothing but blue skies ahead.

Just Like Her Corrupt Brother, Disgraced Former DAG Rod Rosenstein, the CDC’s Dr. Nancy Messonnier, Drops a Bomb on President Trump While On International Trip

The brother of the CDC’s Dr. Nancy Messonnier, is the corrupt disgraced former DAG Rod Rosenstein. Following in his footsteps, Dr. Messonnier dropped a bomb on President Trump while he was in India yesterday.

Yesterday, the CDC unexpectedly announced startling news about the coronavirus in the US. This rattled the markets and led to another downturn of hundreds of points in the DOW for the second straight day:

As we’ve seen from recent countries with community spread, when it has hit those countries, it has moved quite rapidly. We want to make sure the American public is prepared,” said Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the CDC’s national center for immunization and respiratory diseases. “As more and more countries experience community spread, successful containment at our borders becomes harder and harder.”

Dr. Nancy continued:

Ultimately, we expect we will see spread in this country. It’s not so much a question of if this will happen anymore, but rather a question of exactly when this will happen and how many people in this country will have severe illness,” Messonnier said Tuesday.

The Dr. continued:

I understand this whole situation may seem overwhelming and that disruption to everyday life may be severe, but these are things people need to start thinking about now,” said Messonnier, who told her own family to begin preparing for community spread and the resulting “significant disruption” of their lives.

Right now CDC is operationalizing all of its pandemic preparedness and response plans, working on multiple fronts including specific measures to prepare communities to respond to local transmission of the virus that causes COVID-19,” Messonnier said. “Now is the time for businesses, hospitals, communities, schools, and everyday people to begin preparing as well.”

Dr. Messonnier’s comments came as the President and the First Lady were traveling to India. The trip was going very well as expected, but this news was a startling rebuke of the President’s efforts to date to curtail the virus. This was earily similar to past Presidential trips when former and corrupt DAG Rod Rosenstein and the corrupt and criminal Mueller gang would drop shocking news as the President was overseas.

In July 2018, for example, corrupt Rosenstein, announced the indictments of 12 Russians right before the President was departing on a trip to meet Russian President Putin. Rosenstein reported on these Russians who will never come to the US for prosecution and who likely have nothing to do with anything related to the crimes.

Rosenstein’s Deep State friends, the Democrat Party, regularly schedule hateful events when the President is overseas:

Even Republican Senators slammed President President Trump when he was at the historic Normandy remembrance ceremony.

As far as the coronavirus goes, the US has identified 57 individuals with the virus and no deaths.

Now we know why the CDC was fearmongering – Dr. Nancy’s brother is Rod Rosenstein. What a sick family and horrible people.

Mueller and Comey Went After Blago and Trump – Trump Stopped Them – Blago Has the Goods on Obama and the Deep State

Guest post by Marty Watters

Never mind the Russians. Former FBI directors Robert Mueller and James Comey and their Deep State masters are the real threat to our republic.

Aided by a complicit media and feckless representatives in Washington DC, Mueller and Comey have so far gotten away with interfering in at least two presidential elections and they may be at it again in 2020.

Their playbook was simple.

In 2008 FBI Director Mueller was so successful at getting a corrupt progressive nobody, U.S. Senator Barrack Hussein Obama, into the White House that his successor, Comey, thought he could use the exact same playbook to do the same for Hillary Clinton in 2016.

The playbook was actually used first in the Valerie Plame scandal known as Plamegate.

The first step involves protecting the Deep State candidate by projecting their crimes onto a chosen patsy.

2008 election: Obama had a history of receiving bribes and favors from convicted felon Tony Rezko: Rezko’s partner, Saddam Hussein bagman Nadhmi Auchi: and former Chicago cop Daniel T Frawley, who claimed in an email to have passed $400k in cash bribes through Rezko to Obama.

In order to divert attention from Obama’s criminal dealings with Rezko and Auchi, FBI Director Mueller opened an investigation into Rezko’s dealings with Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich and simultaneously swept Obama’s crimes under the rug. The five year “investigation” of Blago came to an abrupt end when the Justice Department leaked information to the Chicago Tribune in order to avoid having to arrest Obama’s presidential election campaign co-chairman, Jesse Jackson Jr., for trying to buy Obama’s senate seat.

Blago was arrested, Jackson was not.

Blago faced criminal prosecution while Obama moved on to become President.

2016 election: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made a lucrative deal for the Clinton Foundation by illegally selling the Russians control of twenty percent of U.S. Uranium production through Uranium One. This was concealed by Secretary Clinton’s conducting business on a private server and destroying the records when the deal was discovered.

In order to divert attention from Clinton’s criminal dealings with Russia, FBI Director Comey cleared Clinton of her crimes involving the illegal server she set up and the destruction of the records kept on that server. Then Comey helped promote the phony Steele dossier, that Clinton paid for and used to paint Trump as a Russian operative.

Presumably Clinton would have moved on to become President in 2016 and Trump would have been facing criminal prosecution.

However, as Comey learned the hard way:

  • Trump is infinitely smarter than Mueller and Comey ever expected
  • Trump was a far superior presidential candidate than GOP sell-out Senator John McCain
  • Unlike Obama in 2008, it was already widely known that Clinton was a hardcore criminal.

Which brings us to Trump’s commutation of Blago’s sentence, and why this is so important.

Now that Blago is out of prison, he is free to talk about the crimes Obama committed in Illinois, how Muller covered them up, and how it all relates to Comey’s seditious acts that followed.

So when you hear Blago say, “The same characters that did it to me are involved in doing it to Trump,” what he is really saying is the people who interfered in the 2016 election are the same people who interfered in the 2008 election.

And they’re not Russian!

It’s like Blago said when he was trying to sell Obama’s senate seat, “I’ve got this thing and it’s f—–g “Golden”.

Only this time Blago will be selling the truth about Mueller and Comey.

No wonder the DC swamp and the MSM is freaking out over Blago’s release from prison.

EXCLUSIVE: Italian Prime Ministers Renzi and Conte Appear to Have Different Stories Regarding Italy’s Actions in Russian Collusion Hoax – Renzi Acknowledges Russia Collusion While Conte Denies It?

Italian Prime Ministers Renzi and Conte have given different stories in response to Italian actions related to the Russian Collusion Hoax. The one thing everyone agrees on is the Deep State FBI participated in the Russia collusion sham in Italy.

Yesterday, the Italian press reported on Italian actions surrounding the Russia collusion sham. Per a translated copy of the report:

Rome is confirmed as the crossroads of Russiagate, at least as a logistical base for meetings and intrigues, while the alarm for Moscow’s electoral interference explodes ahead of the American presidential elections in November. In fact, in the Italian capital, on 3 October 2016, a secret and crucial meeting took place between FBI investigators and their British informant Chris Steele, author of the famous report on the dangerous relations between Trump and the Kremlin.

Steele is a former MI6 secret service agent in London, where he directed the department that dealt with Russia. Then he founded his own investigative agency, Orbis, and in this capacity in 2010 he met Michael Gaeta, FBI agent who managed the investigation into the corruption of FIFA. The two had worked together on this case and had remained in contact, even when Gaeta had been transferred to Rome.

The report continued:

…Once the “Crossfire Hurricane” investigation was launched, the FBI had reopened the canal with Steele through Gaeta. So on October 3, 2016 Michael had invited Chris to Rome, offering him $ 15,000 to exchange information with three agents involved in the investigation into Trump, namely the “Case Agent 2”, the “Supervisor Intel Analyst”, and the “Acting Section Chief. “

And it is reported that per the Obama Administration’s Ben Rhodes:

…Mifsud collaborated with Link Campus, Gaeta was the contact between FBI and Rome, and on October 18 Premier Renzi had gone to the White House, where according to Obama’s adviser Ben Rhodes had denounced Russian interference in our elections, asking for help to stop them.

Surprisingly, Ben Rhodes’ report that former Prime Minister Renzi traveled to the US to discuss Russia collusion appears to differ with the account that current Prime Minister Conte shared earlier this year.

Renzi’s actions as reported by Rhodes raised some eyebrows in Italy:

Italian Prime Minister Conte in a closed door meeting with Italian Officials in October 2019 denied any Italian connections with Joseph Mifsud as well as the FBI before the 2016 election. He also noted that the Italians provided AG Barr and his Investigator Durham with information but not documents last year.

Italian Prime Minister Conte denied any Italian wrongdoing in the 2016 election referred to as Spygate. Frederico Punzi at the Atlantico reported (pieces of article translated from Italian) of Conte’s responses in a press conference after his hearing:

The secret hearing lasted more than two and a half hours and took place in an extremely tense atmosphere, especially in the second part, after the report on statutory services and the premier’s brief introduction on the most hot topic…

The [Italian media] suspicion advanced is that the Prime Minister has traded the cooperation that secretly accorded to the US delegation with support from President Trump at a decisive moment for his reappointment at Palazzo Chigi after the opening of the crisis of [Italian] government…

Also at a press conference, at the end of the hearing, the Premier confirmed that the meetings [with Barr and Durham] were actually held on 15 August and 27 September, but explained that the American request for “a preliminary exchange of information” did not arrive in August during the government crisis, but “dates back to June.”…

The Prime Minister Conte basically confirmed what had already been leaked in recent days – namely that these were the issues that the Americans were interested in, that there was only an exchange of information between allies , not of documents and other material, and that in any case our services are completely foreign and know nothing about Mifsud…

We made it clear to the Americans that “we are strangers” and “we had no information”…

We reported in May 2019 that several top Italian spies fired at that time were no doubt related to the Russia collusion witch hunt.

It now looks like Italy’s Prime Ministers should get their stories straight. Either they worked with the Obama Administration on Russia collusion activities or they did not, but not both.

EXCLUSIVE: Former DNI ‘Deep State Dan’ Coates Created Election Security Position – Same Position that Last Week Lied and Claimed Russia Helping Trump

Former Director of National Intelligence created a special position before leaving office in July 2019. Coats, who was a card carrying member of the Deep State, was a critic of the President and did a horrible job of seeking the truth during the sham and criminal Mueller Investigation.

CBS reported in July about Coats leaving office [emphasis added]:

In his resignation letter, dated July 28, Coats, 76, thanked the president for the opportunity to serve as DNI, which he called a “distinct privilege.”

“I have overseen the selection of new, extremely capable leaders across the IC, and within the ODNI, have transformed its focus, structure, and integration efforts to ensure you have the best, most timely, and unbiased intelligence possible,” Coats wrote. “As we have previously discussed, I believe it is time for me to move on to the next chapter of my life. Therefore, I hereby submit to you my resignation effective August 15, 2019.”

Earlier this month Coats announced the creation of a new senior-level position to coordinate election security efforts across the intelligence community. Known as the election threats executive, the new position is responsible for coordinating “all election security activities, initiatives, and programs.”

The president’s tweet ended months of speculation that Mr. Coats would either soon depart or be ousted from his role. Though he was among the longest-serving national security officials in the president’s cabinet, Coats’ public statements on behalf of the intelligence community occasionally ran contrary to Mr. Trump’s preferred policy outcomes, stoking the president’s ire.

At the annual Worldwide Threats hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee in January, Coats said North Korea would “seek to retain” its nuclear program, though the president had months ago declared it “no longer” posed a nuclear threat. He said Iran was continuing to abide by the terms of the nuclear deal from which president Trump had withdrawn the U.S. in 2018. Coats also said ISIS’ pervasive ideology meant it would continue to pose a threat, though the president had recently declared the terror group “defeated” and ordered the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria.

After the January hearing, President Trump tweeted that “The Intelligence People” were “wrong” and should “go back to school.”

Coats created the Election Security position shortly before he stepped down from his position as DNI. He did this as the Ukrainian scandal started in the House. He also created a memo that was referred to in the IC IG report that was forwarded to Acting DNI Maguire that the Intel community will not release:

The creation of the Election Security position occurred the day after President Trump called the Ukraine:

The person appointed to the Election Security position is Shelby Pierson. She was formally Senior Intelligence Officer for Denial and Deception:

Shelby Pierson is the individual this past week who claimed erroneously that Russia was helping Trump to win the 2020 election. Stltoday reported:

The US intelligence community’s top election security official appears to have overstated the intelligence community’s formal assessment of Russian interference in the 2020 election, omitting important nuance during a briefing with lawmakers earlier this month, three national security officials told CNN.

The official, Shelby Pierson, told lawmakers on the House Intelligence Committee that Russia is interfering in the 2020 election with the goal of helping President Donald Trump get reelected.

The US intelligence community has assessed that Russia is interfering in the 2020 election and has separately assessed that Russia views Trump as a leader they can work with. But the US does not have evidence that Russia’s interference this cycle is aimed at reelecting Trump, the officials said.