Our Little Pandemic Expert Has Angered The Wrong Guy

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Let me see if I’ve got this straight:  a team representing a city I hate, playing a sport that I never watch, is changing their name to appease a bunch of woke assholes I hate even more than the city.

Did I miss anything?

Update:  I knew I should have waited to post this thread.  Now a crap sports magazine I never read has announced the names of the women I’ve never heard of, who are going to pose semi-nude in an issue I’ve never bothered to look at, let alone read.


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The Next Virus May Not Be So Kind

A Lot of It is Just Plain Luck

According to the CDC’s latest estimate, the coronavirus has an overall mortality rate of .4 percent for symptomatic cases (or .26 percent if you include asymptomatic cases)… __ Source

Pandemics come and pandemics go. Some are more infectious, some are more virulent, and some are both more infectious and more virulent — racking up far higher death counts than we have seen in a century or more. Our news media inflates the importance of the pandemic du jour in order to gain more readers and viewers.

The 1918 H1N1 flu pandemic, sometimes referred to as the “Spanish flu,” killed an estimated 50 million people worldwide, including an estimated 675,000 people in the United States.1,2,3,4 An unusual characteristic of this virus was the high death rate it caused among healthy adults 15 to 34 years of age.3 The pandemic lowered the average life expectancy in the United States by more than 12 years.3 A comparable death rate has not been observed during any of the known flu seasons or pandemics that have occurred… __ CDC

The recent H1N1 pandemic infected more people than coronavirus, but fortunately the most recent H1N1 viruses have not proven as lethal the 1918 H1N1 virus — not even as lethal as the accidentally escaped virus from Wuhan. The next virus from China may be more skillfully made and more cleverly deployed. China has active viral biowarfare programs along with detailed plans to cripple its global opposition. Such plans are likely to come into play, if the CCP dictatorship is ever in danger of collapsing.

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Looks Like Our Little Pandemic Expert Who Started All Of This Mask And Lockdown Shit Has Angered The Wrong Guy

I would say that there isn’t a deep enough hole for the little bastard to crawl back into either.

White House goes public with attacks on Fauci


Tensions between the White House and Anthony Fauci, the government’s top infectious diseases expert, are spilling into the open as officials openly attack the doctor for his public health advice during the coronavirus pandemic.

Fauci’s advice has often run contrary to President Trump’s views, and the attacks on Fauci have begun to look like a traditional negative political campaign against an opponent. Yet this time, the opponent is a public health expert and career civil servant working within the administration.

The cartoon, which shows Fauci declaring schools should remain closed and calling for “indefinite lockdowns,” did not accurately portray what Fauci has advised in public.

Adm. Brett Giroir, the administration’s testing czar, downplayed any riff within the White House coronavirus task force before offering some criticism of Fauci.

“I respect Dr. Fauci a lot, but Dr. Fauci is not 100 percent right and he also doesn’t necessarily, and he admits that, have the whole national interest in mind,” Giroir told “Meet the Press” on Sunday. “He looks at it from a very narrow public health point of view.”

There have been tensions between Trump and Fauci throughout the pandemic. The president has repeatedly downplayed the severity of the virus, broken with the advice of his own public health experts and painted rosy but at times misleading pictures of the U.S. response. Fauci, who has served four decades in his current post, has offered blunt talk on the dangers of the pandemic that has directly contradicted the president from time to time.

But the latest criticisms mark a shift as the White House has begun publicly undermining one of the leading public health voices in the administration at a time when multiple states are struggling to get new outbreaks under control.

White House trade adviser Peter Navarro, whom the president tapped to manage the use of the Defense Production Act, said he personally proceeds with caution before heeding Fauci’s advice.

Trump said last week that Fauci is a nice man but that he’s “made a lot of mistakes.”

Fauci is Deep State, make no mistake about it.

Do a little digging on the guy and that fact will be crystal clear very quickly.