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rsbs
Veteran Advisor

Twitter double standards

https://news.yahoo.com/did-trump-call-coronavirus-hoax-164225457.html

Harris, Biden, etc, and most of the clowns here.... a shoe that fits em.

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jennys_mn
Veteran Advisor

More BS

I was watching this incident unfold.  Trump did say it - maybe not directly, but in his double speak technic that he uses to speak to the base, he does say it.  He says it in a way that refers back to the virus, though not saying that was what he was referring to.  But THAT is what he was really trying to say.  That the virus WAS a hoax.  

The above post is just more BS right wing propaganda here for you to read.  Posters like this really need to be removed from every internet site in the country.  It’s this kind of BS, that is ripping America apart.

Jen

bruce MN
Advisor

You’ve gone a long ways...

...around the bend in the past few months, but pretending not to know what is actually said in that article and, worse, expecting any other human being biting on you posing it as you seem to be. 

You were better at this when you simply thought your various taxes were too high and that anyone else who was allowed to breathe God’s free air who wasn’t working directly for your purposes was over paid and unnecessary. 

Canuck_2
Senior Contributor

Re: More BS

One of his former 'soldiers', Now in jail, said your dear leader says things in ways that you know what he means but he is careful not to say the exact words himself so he can claim he did not 'say' but that does not mean he did not get the message across.

Yes he stated things in a way to leave people thinking he had said it was a hoax.

rsbs
Veteran Advisor

Fact checking for Canuck

going to pass on the Americans...they have access to google and can find their own links, but I realize that Canada is kind of like a third world nation and may lack access.

World Health Organization

The WHO Was Warned In December About The Coronavirus, Taiwan Says. The Organization Ignored The Warning.

By  Ashe SchowDailyWire.com
A woman wears a mask outside St Enoch subway station on March 21, 2020 in Glasgow, Scotland. Coronavirus (COVID-19) has spread to at least 182 countries, claiming over 10,000 lives and infecting more than 250,000 people.
Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

Health officials in Taiwan say they warned the World Health Organization in December 2019 that the coronavirus could be passed via human-to-human contact, but the organization ignored its warnings, possibly due to its relationship with China, where the virus originated.

 

The Financial Times reported Friday that Taiwan made the claim, insisting the WHO didn’t communicate the possible ease of transmission early enough. Taiwan, the Times noted, “is excluded from the WHO because China, which claims it as part of its territory, demands that third countries and international bodies to not treat it in any way that resembles how independent states are treated.”

The Taiwanese health officials said doctors in the country learned that medical staff on mainland China were getting ill, suggesting human-to-human contact was possible. Officials in Taipei said they reported the information at the end of December 2019. Taiwanese government officials who spoke to the Times said their warnings were not shared by the WHO.

“While the [International Health Regulations’] internal website provides a platform for all countries to share information on the epidemic and their response, none of the information shared by our country’s [Centers for Disease Control] is being put up there,” Taiwan Vice President Chen Chien-jen told the Times. “The WHO could not obtain first-hand information to study and judge whether there was human-to-human transmission of Covid-19. This led it to announce human-to-human transmission with a delay, and an opportunity to raise the alert level both in China and the wider world was lost.”

Chen is an epidemiologist and was Taiwan’s health minister during the SARS outbreak, the Times reported.

In response, the WHO told the Times that it had to “hold frank and open discussions on sometimes sensitive issues” and “respect the confidentiality of such communications.”

The Times reported that the Who “has had to strike a delicate balance with China throughout the outbreak, with some accusing the organization of being too pliant while medical experts said it had coped admirably.”

The Daily Caller reported that weeks after Taiwan warned them, the WHO on January 14 said the coronavirus wasn’t transferred from human-to-human contact, parroting China’s claims at the time. Reuters reported that the WHO downplayed the potential transmission, saying for the first time on that day there may have been human-to-human transmission. On January 15, the head of China’s CDC emergency center claimed the risk of human-to-human transmission was “low.”

Bruce Aylward, a Canadian epidemiologist who led the WHO’s visit to Wuhan, where the virus originated, told the Times that the process was “fantastic” but admitted there was a “huge back and forth” between the organization and Chinese officials about what to include in the report. Specifically, Aylward told the Times that Chinese officials didn’t want to refer to the pathogen as “dangerous” and didn’t want to mention references to a “second wave.” They did, however, allow the report to discuss “a surge.”

Aylward told the outlet that he found the best way to get China to cooperate with WHO was to suggest that not doing so might lead to another Wuhan.

“They don’t want another Wuhan” he said, saying the phrasing was a “trigger point for them.”

Related: Here’s A Timeline Of The Coronavirus Outbreak And China’s Coverup

rsbs
Veteran Advisor

Re: Fact checking for Canuck

there are also a few articles that deal with the head of the WHO and his ties to China, and the speculation that there may have been deliberate concealing of the risks, to save China's reputation....those are readily available here in America, too...do you need a link to those?

And for the other clowns, if even the liberal Snoops guy and his pornstar gf say that Trump never called corona a hoax, but was referring to the liberals saying he did as the actual hoax...what more can I do?

Like the one doofus that quotes Paul Simon should here...." a man hears what he wants to hear, and disregards the rest."

I rest my case....not sure I have enough sturdy 2X4's.

jennys_mn
Veteran Advisor

Re: Fact checking for Canuck

I heard enough when Trump said, “I accept no responsibility “.

That says EVERYTHING about what this administration is about - blame, blame, blame - and accept nothing that doesn’t paint a rosy picture of your PINO. 

This is the man you elected to be our leader.  You were told - and you knew - he was a con man.  And now you get to share the same bed as him.  America has his number - he and many Republicans will lose this fall.

Jen

BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: Fact checking for Canuck

And China has no responsibility??????

jennys_mn
Veteran Advisor

Re: Fact checking for Canuck

China has nothing to do with the response of our government here, BA - nice twitch.

In the end, no matter who or what was to blame, its Trump himself that will be the one falling on the sword.  The buck does stop with him and his administration - that really is the bottom line.  Trump will fall - and no amount of memes or spin, is going to stop that from happening.

Jen

BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: Fact checking for Canuck

So if Hillary or Joe Biden was president, you can look me in the eye and say "There would be less deaths and less Coronavirus cases in the US"?   You don`t know that and if you say you do, you`re guessing.