President Trump’s tweet this morning might be a signal that he’s considering taking the federal government in a different direction than several Democrat governors, who’ve taken what many consider to be draconian measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus in their states.

WE CANNOT LET THE CURE BE WORSE THAN THE PROBLEM ITSELF. AT THE END OF concerned about, WE WILL MAKE A DECISION AS TO WHICH WAY WE WANT TO GO!

During President Trump’s coronavirus briefing today, Dr. Birx talked about Americans taking personal responsibility for their actions when it comes to helping to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Many saw her suggestion of taking personal responsibility, along with AG Barr’s presence at the briefing, as a sign that the task force may be moving in the direction of loosening government control over Americans and instead, relying on Americans to use common sense when it comes to protecting others.

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AG Barr appeared for the first time at this coronavirus briefing to tell Americans that the DOJ will be prosecuting those who are hoarding toilet paper and masks.

The media, who, along with their allies in the Democrat Party, have been cheering for every restriction placed on Americans while pointing out that the real heroes are Democrat governors like Michigan’s Gretchen Whitmer, who bravely locked down her state after only two positive cases of coronavirus in her state. Today, in their efforts to scare Americans into believing that President Trump is defying orders from the all-powerful Dr. Fauci (who took a much more relaxed attitude towards the H1N1 virus during Barack Obama’s presidency), the Washington Post published an article suggesting that Trump is willing to sacrifice the lives of Americans to save our economy.

The Washington Post article, riddled with anonymous sources, claims Dr. Fauci, a key member of President Trump’s coronavirus task force, told members of Trump’s administration and other Republicans that scaling back on efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus would be devastating for hospitals.

Jeffrey Stein, one of the WaPo “reporters” who wrote the article, titled, “Trump weighs restarting economy despite warnings from U.S. public health officials,” tweeted a completely inflammatory and unsubstantiated headline to go along with his article:

BREAKING: Dr. Fauci is warning Trump officials NOT to listen to growing push among WH advisers, GOP lawmakers to restart the economy

But Trump is alarmed by stock market & impact of high unemployment for 2020 election — & weighing easing restrictions

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Nowhere in the Washington Post article are they able to substantiate that Dr. Fauci actually says what Jeffrey Stein claims he says in his tweet.

(Notice the horrible photo of President Trump the Washington Post uses with their article. It’s almost like they magnified the pores on his face and added coloration to highlight the lefts’ “Orange man bad” narrative.)

Of course, every source the Washington Post uses to promote their article theory that Dr. Fauci is fighting back against President Trump, “spoke on the condition of anonymity” or are simply “people with knowledge of the matter.

Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a member of the president’s coronavirus task force, and other leading public health experts have told administration officials and Republican lawmakers that prematurely scaling back social distancing measures would hamper efforts to mitigate the virus and would devastate hospitals, according to the people with knowledge of the conversations, who, like others, spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe the private deliberations. More than 30,000 people in the United States have tested positive for the coronavirus, a number expected to significantly increase in the coming days and potentially overwhelm the nation’s health-care infrastructure.

To support their claims by anonymous sources, the Washington Post added that the idea is gaining traction with Republican lawmakers according to “two people with knowledge of the matter.”

But the push to reopen parts of the economy has gained traction among Republican lawmakers in both the Senate and the House, said two people with knowledge of the matter.

There’s been a debate about possible political motives surrounding the panic he has created; the massive economic damage he has inflicted; and the conflicting assertions of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Director Dr. Anthony Fauci.

The Washington Post article hilariously reports that Trump, the president with the lowest unemployment numbers in the past 50 years, and in cases of black Americans and women, the lowest unemployment numbers in history, is worried about unemployment in America. Of course, they add that he’s worried about how the tanking economy might affect his chances of re-election. This, is news? He would hardly be human if only nine months away from the general election, he wasn’t considering the implications of a crashing economy due to a pandemic that started in China, that he clearly had no control over.

Trump has begun canvassing his advisers, GOP senators and other allies about what his course of action should be, according to a senior administration official. He is worried about the impact of soaring unemployment numbers and severe economic contraction on his 2020 reelection bid, and fielded phone calls for much of the weekend from alarmed business leaders. He remains fixated on the plummeting stock market, is chafing at the idea of the country remaining closed until the summer and growing tired of talking only about the coronavirus, one person said.

The article claims people or groups of people have been circulating an article that downplays the seriousness of coronavirus. The Washington Post “journalist’ refers to these people as “conservatives close to Trump” and “numerous administration officials.

Conservatives close to Trump and numerous administration officials have been circulating an article by Richard A. Epstein of the Hoover Institution, titled “Coronavirus Perspective,” that plays down the extent of the spread and the threat.

This, is our media at work, folks. Like the Democrats, they never let a good crisis go to waste, and never pass up the opportunity to blame anything they can on President Trump.

 

 

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