Pony Soldier wrote:
homeagain wrote: www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-03-...-with-just-two-grams
CHINESE had already attempted the king's recommended advice.....and then issued a DIRE
WARNING about the drug use for corona....Dr. F is CORRECT, there must be proven path
BEFORE using this for a different strain of virus....HOW IT REACTS IS NOT WELL KNOW.(for
this specfic virus),the king does NOT know of what he speaks....he has a good feeling about it
and has been proven right lots of times.....says he.
Let's see SCIENCE vs. super ego....I pick science for 2,000 dollars,Alex...(.it's a gameshow)
Bloomberg is the very last source I would trust. They announced they would only write articles trashing the president and nothing negative about any democrat. They are even considered news any more, just a joke.
So, when they offer you the vaccine, will you refuse it because it came out under “the King’s” administration? I’m getting bit tired of the toxicity and hatefulness coming from the left. Politicizing a national crisis is a move that makes pond scum look pretty good.
Anthony Fauci, who to many watching the now-regular White House press briefings on the pandemic has become the scientific voice of reason about how to respond to the new coronavirus, runs from place to place in normal times and works long hours. Now, the director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has even less time to sleep and travels at warp speed, typically racing daily from his office north of Washington, D.C., to his home in the capital, and then to the White House to gather with the Coronavirus Task Force in the Situation Room. He then usually flanks President Donald Trump addressing the media—and when he isn’t there, concerned tweets begin immediately. Shortly before he planned to head to the White House for a task force meeting today, he phoned ScienceInsider for a speedy chat. This interview has been edited for brevity and clarity.
Pony Soldier wrote: I actually have a lot of respect for Fauci. He’s very politically inclined and sent letters to Clinton in 2016 that were... well... gushing. In spite of that, he seems to be sticking to facts for the most part. I do have to wonder why, after every briefing where he speaks, the stock market dives.
FredHayek wrote: For some reason, I don't see Dr. Fauci surviving this pandemic. He is in a high risk group and he is pushing himself hard and probably not getting enough rest. I think he probably made the decision to risk his life to help contain the spread.
Just caught some of the numbers coming out of NYC. So concerned for my niece who lives there. So hard to avoid contact, even when you try to do your best, you are going to see twenty times the amount of people I see in a day, if not one hundred times.