Here we go again…The Democrats are making comments about wanting to investigate President Trump’s response to the coronavirus crisis. The usual suspects, including Adam Schiff and Nancy Pelosi, are claiming they want to “look at what went wrong.”

This is just another sick attempt at trying to bring down President Trump.

Rep. Schiff tweeted out to let Americans know he’s working on a bill to investigate the response to the pandemic. If anyone believes this is anything but an attempt to damage the president, they’re delusional.

“One Bullet Barney” aka Adam Schiff tweeted:

After Pearl Harbor and 9/11, we looked at what went wrong to learn from our mistakes.

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Once we’ve recovered, we need a nonpartisan commission to review our response and how we can better prepare for the next pandemic.

I’m working on a bill to do that.

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What went wrong? The federal government was ill-prepared for the pandemic because the previous administration depleted the emergency supplies needed now. Also, the states were ill-prepared to deal with the crisis. This is not the fault of the current president, who has done everything he can to help in this crisis. Democrats are trying to run with the fake news that President Trump ‘dispanded the pandemic office’ but it has been proven numerous times that this is not true:

The fake news media keeps trying to say that President Trump acted too late. He was moving on this in January. Also, he is only as good as the experts he’s relying on to tell him the truth. Dr. Fauci commented on the timeline of President trump reaction during a press conference recently:

The Washington Free Beacon reported on March 17th: The official who once ran the White House pandemic program dismissed a false Democratic talking point that Trump eliminated the pandemic-response team and criticized reporters for parroting the claim in news stories.

“No, the White House didn’t ‘dissolve’ its pandemic response office. I was there,” wrote former National Security Council adviser Tim Morrison for the Washington Post on Monday.

CNN’s Acosta asked why the US didn’t act faster at the beginning of the spread of the coronavirus.

Dr. Fauci set Acosta straight with his answer:

President Trump isn’t a doctor so he’s relying on what the medical experts are telling him. Also, China was in cover-up mode and didn’t let on to how bad things were.

Here’s a word from another expert who was advising President Trump:

While the media tries to pin the blame for the coronavirus spread on President Trump, the experts he’s relying on even admit they had no idea this was such a contagious virus.

During the Coronavirus Task Force press conference today, the experts who were predicting a SARS-like virus said they had no idea this was a “global pandemic.” It’s very contagious…more contagious than the “experts” realized.

The prediction is dire for the number of deaths. The doctors predict 100,000 deaths from the coronavirus and that the next two weeks will be the worst.

Pandemic expert Dr. Deborah Birx says U.S. officials initially responded to the coronavirus outbreak the way that they did because they thought it was going to be “more like SARS” and not a “global pandemic” *BECAUSE* “we were missing a significant amount of the data” from China

More is coming out about China trying to cover-up (see video below) the coronavirus outbreak:

Note in the video below that the doctor said they’re using numbers from Italy and not China to estimate deaths from the virus:

Senator Marsha Blackburn: “It’s no surprise Communist China lied about the number of COVID-19 cases. The CCP is not capable of being honest. They’ve been attempting to cover up their role in spreading this deadly global pandemic from day one.”

STAT NEWS reported on January 30th about missing data from China:

The approach, the experts told STAT, is likely resulting in both an underestimate in the total number of cases and flawed assumptions about fatality rates calculated by those who ignore the repeated caution that it’s too soon to do that math.

It’s more important than ever to stay home and practice social distancing:


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