There Was A Reason That Our President Was So GIDDY During the Daily Press Briefing, This Will Be Over A Lot Sooner Than Anyone Realizes, China Is Going To See Their Economy Destroyed…..

There was a giddiness to our President throughout today’s daily press briefing. He knows that the end is near.

He foreshadowed it in the tweet below earlier this morning:

Even the head of the FDA knows that what our President got passed into legislation last year (Right To Try) will have many Americans that have and will test positive for the Coronavirus sign a waiver in order to take hydroxychloroquine as well as others medications (see below) ASAP.

Tucker knew what was coming today and that is one of the reasons he ran with this story last night.

The Enemy Of The People are absolutely furious! They understand why our President is so sure and confident.

They also realize that Americans (80%) back our President’s decision to shutdown air travel from China (late January) and Europe (a week or so ago).

From the article linked above:

[…] Interestingly enough, when you break down some of President Trump’s actions individually instead of framing the question as being across the board, there’s overwhelming bipartisan support. For example, according to a new poll from Rasmussen Reports: “80% of American Adults agree with the federal government’s decision to temporarily ban travelers from China and nearly all European countries to prevent the possible spread of coronavirus. Only 12% disagree.” Broken down by party, 91% of Republicans and 78% of Democrats agreed.

Notice that today they stayed away from criticizing our President about calling the Coronavirus the Chinese Virus. Their internal polling was probably off the charts in favor of our President.

We will have a death rate from this pandemic that will be less than 500 Americans. I would not be surprised if the number is around 250.

This country will be open for business by April 15th at the latest. Americans will no longer fear the Chinese Virus knowing that if they are infected, the drugs they can use will work and have them back in business within a week.

From the article linked above:

hydroxychloroquine – now used for malaria and arthritis – could successfully treat coronavirus.

“This is a common malaria drug. It’s also a drug used for strong arthritis,” Trump said at the daily White House briefing on the pandemic. “It has been around for a long time, and it’s very powerful. But the nice part is it’s been around for a long time. If things don’t go as planned, we know it’s not going to kill anyone. This has been used in different forms and it has shown very, very encouraging early results. And we’re going to be able to make that drug available almost immediately, and that’s where the FDA has been so great.” 

[…] Trump also said Thursday that the possible use of these malaria drugs would be for therapeutic treatment of coronavirus, not a vaccine for the virus. That process of a vaccine development could take a year, the president noted, due to requirements for longer-term testing to ensure safety.

The president also said the malaria drugs would be “almost immediately” available through prescriptions and that states would be managing their distribution.

“Normally the FDA would take a long time to approve something like that,” Trump said. “We have to remove every barrier. There were a lot of barriers that were unnecessary. We think we’ll have some good answers.

FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn, a former cancer researcher, said during the same briefing that his staff of 17,000 people were working to ensure that “regulatory flexibility and guidance” ensure streamlined approval of the malaria drugs for coronavirus treatment.

“He asked us to be aggressive, to break down barriers to innovation,” Hahn said about the president. “Our folks, and they’re tremendous people, they’re working day and night to do this.” ​​

“It could be a game changer,” Trump said. “This could be a tremendous breakthrough.”

The MSM and Never Trumpers also know that our President is going to transform our country like never before. They pressed him over and over on what he is going to do with the Defense Protection Act. Our President dodged every single question because the plan is absolutely in place and he isn’t going to share it with anyone.

He actually told the MORONS in the room that he isn’t going to do much with it right now. The Dragon in China was absolutely listening in. He knows damn well what our President is going to do. We are already seeing signs of it as I write this.

From the article linked above:

Ford and General Motors are looking into making medical equipment including ventilators that could help combat the novel coronavirus outbreak.


White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow told Fox News he had spoken with executives including GM CEO Mary Barra about the issue.

What they’re saying: A GM spokesperson told the Financial Times that Barra was in talks with the Trump administration “to help find solutions” in response to the pandemic. “[W]e are already studying how we can potentially support production of medical equipment like ventilators,” the spokesperson added.

  • A Ford spokesperson said the firm “stands ready to help the administration in any way we can, including the possibility of producing ventilators and other equipment,” per Automotive News. Axios has contacted the companies for comment.
  • Meanwhile, Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted in response to a question on the matter late Wednesday, “We will make ventilators if there is a shortage.”

The Assassin is the most excited man on the planet because he is going to lead the charge in destroying the Chinese economy once and fore-all.

This is a MUST listen interview with Peter Navarro. Listen to the amount of money that is spent each year by our government on medical and pharmaceutical goods.


116 thoughts on “There Was A Reason That Our President Was So GIDDY During the Daily Press Briefing, This Will Be Over A Lot Sooner Than Anyone Realizes, China Is Going To See Their Economy Destroyed…..

  1. Lemonade out of lemons. All of is planned and executed well in advance of the need. Greatest POTUS ever. He cares about and takes care of us, We the People.

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      1. I have never seen a man run like that before, with his arms flailing wildly out to the sides, like a cartoon exaggeration of a woman.

        Of course, I’ve never seen a dude wear so much guy-liner before, either.

        Or a racoon.

        Not even Shepard Smith. 😁

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        1. Yup – at least Google’s Page and Brin appear to have been neutralized to some extent. Susan Wocommie is still up to tricks, though, and Chinaberg and Jackboot are squirming hard.

          We’ll see. I’m hopeful, but the SNAKES are still squirming!!!

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            1. Ozzy – in that same vein, I have been to Lowe’s, my local grocery, Ace Hardware, Papa Murphy’s and Costco all within the last two days. No panic buying, just picking up a few odds and ends that I needed for normal living. Papa Murphy’s said they are doing great – no problems there. Ace and Lowe’s were fully stocked and just semi-busy, but no problems there either. Costco – orderly lines going in and out – great service – limited purchases – still out of paper towels and tp but lots of bottled water if you needed that – local grocery was out of flour and sugar and paper towels and tp, but plenty of everything else – fruits, veggies, dairy, meat, etc….My oldest son is a gun rep for a large company in California. HIs area covers all of southern CA, all of Nevada and all of Arizona. He says business has never been better! People are buying anything and everything and that includes ammo!

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              1. Rodney googled the next day and it was still up. Also a lot of q stuff now available on y tube that was previously suppressed

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    1. Charging into the ambush.

      Ya wanna give me a trillion bucks of walking-around money in hopes that most of filters back to your buddies? Thanks, chumps….

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  2. I can’t tell you all how grateful I am to be able to come here everyday and get real news from real people posting informative threads with intelligent, thoughtful comments. It means more to me than you will probably ever know.

    I don’t know where my mind would be without getting accurate information. I don’t need to name names because it includes all you…everyone here. Thank you!!!


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      1. Rayzor and Harry – Same here – my kids have no idea why I am not freaking out. I keep telling them to be happy and take things as they come – this too shall pass. So grateful for everyone here and all the excellent info!

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        1. If you were aware AHEAD OF TIME, you had a chance to prep. Heck Hubby and I are eating better now then we were before we self-quarantined!

          I figure we are good for at least another month with one run for livestock feed and maybe milk…

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  3. Regarding the auto industry making respirators, etc…we had a friend who own a small manufacturing plant in Philadelphia just before WWII. They made lawn furniture, as I recall.
    When we went into the War, he was approached to reconfigure his plant to make military equipment and weapons. He made millions that he then invested into many other businesses and died a multi-millionaire.

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    1. Yup! I know a story of a Swiss-American maker of kitchen knives who hated war, but switched to fighting knives for the duration of WWII. I believe that one of his sons volunteered to fight.

      Ernest “Mooney” Warther. His limited run of military knives are like rare coins to knife collectors.

      During World War II took time off from his carving. During that time he exclusively made Commando Knives for local servicemen. He made about 1100 of these hand-forged knives, and they are credited in taking part in every major battle the United States fought except Pearl Harbor. Each was personalized with the serviceman’s name stamped into a brass plate in the cocobolo handle. Each also included a sheath of copper and stainless steel. He had obtained all the inventory from the Canton Cutlery Co. in 1940 when they closed their doors. He used the steel from this inventory for his knives. Since he didn’t have a government contract, other necessary materials were hard to obtain. The community got together and factory workers would bring scrap copper and brass to Mooney’s shop. He became known locally as the smallest defense plant in the nation. Personally he was strongly opposed to war, but felt if the boys had to fight, they should have the best fighting knife he could make. When he heard the announcement of the end of the war on the radio he pud down the commando knife he was working on and never finished it nor made another. It remains in the museum today unfinished.

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    2. Memory focusing in on what was made in the plant prior to the War….it was indeed lawn furniture but don’t equate it to today’s flimsy was the heavy wrought iron and metal grills…thus the fairly easy reconfiguration to military equipment.

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  4. This seems like the beginning of the end of dependency on China.

    Given how widespread this pandemic is, I wonder if this could be a turning point for globalism (i.e could this pandemic, ironically, lead to the death of globalism).

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    1. It’s about time that the ‘white hats’ use that “Never let a crisis go to waste” thing in our favor. The one constant seems to be that the ‘black hats’ are always the ones that create the crisis. This could be huge.

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    2. I think the NATURE of global relations will change. It HAS to change.

      The idea of one global government or organization directing the world has just been DISPROVEN BY CHINA.

      China’s control of WHO through a PUPPET who was told lies and made to lie to the world via FAKE NEWS and help them spread their biological weapon – it just disproves WHO, the UN, and whatever in the hell we thought the “new world order” was supposed to be or look like.

      Global government RUN by global criminals is UNWORTHY.

      As long as LYING FAKE SOCIALISM – a.k.a. SOCIALISM – a.k.a. FAKE POPULAR GOVERNMENT – is around, trying to take over any form of global relations, then any such system isn’t trustworthy.

      As Daughn says, the CCP is everybody’s problem now.

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        1. Q – 3893:.
          The Great Awakening is Worldwide
          9 Mar 2020 – 2:30:28 PM
          Per MSM [Fake News]:
          (person in the basement – LARP) who simply asks(ed) questions on a forum [imageboard] that generates(ed) continued [massive (thousands)] MSM attacks & WW movement [Great Awakening]?
          Logical thinking.
          Backchannels are important when the ‘news’ itself is untrustworthy [controlled].

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          1. It would be nice if Q decided to put in an appearance sometime.

            The last time Q said anything was March 9th, where he declared that “God wins!”.

            Yeah, we know God wins.

            God always wins.

            Not too worried about God pulling through.

            It’s we mere MORTALS whose future is in doubt, not God’s 😁

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            1. I imagine that the Q team is very busy right now.

              That March 9th, — “God wins!” is very very telling.

              The Chinese Communist Party BIO-WEAPON = EVIL!

              so if “God wins!” then those fighting the Chicom WIN!

              If, President Trump has PROOF that the Chicoms, in collusion with the DemonRats, released this bio-weapon in an attempt to interfere with the up coming election. Then it is GAME OVER!

              Do you think other nations will have ANY PROBLEM with tearing up any debt owed the Chicoms?

              Think of all the ‘Belt & Road’ loans, Think of the $1.17 trillion in U.S. government debt China holds.

              Reread Daughn’s China, Inc. ~ The Largest Financial Crime of the Last 25 Years, and It’s Not Over.

              And think of ALL those government and teacher and union pensions that invested in Chinese Companies at the direction of DemonRat politicians…

              As our Daughn said:

              ….Dad was old school, gotta check it out before you buy…… that’s how we were trained. Dad was doing his due diligence. Well, what the son, Carson Block, learned was extraordinary. It was a paper company, but there was water everywhere in the factory. Half the equipment was broken, and there was no way in hell they were doing 100 million USD/year. The company listed 5 million in inventory on the books, which amounted to a rotting pile of cardboard, outside in the rain….

              As of this movie in 2018, the SEC only busted 1-2 of these companies. All the Chinese CEO’s got away with the money. Only one Taiwanese CEO went to jail in the USA. The little band of misfit short sellers, had taken down about 40-50 companies. Hundreds of companies were delisted as worthless stocks. Yet, over 100 Chinese companies remain, a little bit cleaner, with a market cap of over 1.1 TRILLION dollars, no way to verify if the accounting is real, and no way to investigate or sue them for wrongdoing. Heads or tails, the Chinese win.

              The SEC, on this issue, was a farce and cannot protect USA investors. In China, it is not illegal to steal from a foreign company….

              As Q said, they will not be able to walk the streets.

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      1. “Global government RUN by global criminals is UNWORTHY.”


        And any ‘global government’ would become corrupt and run by criminals faster than it took Skynet to become self-aware.

        Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

        Global government = absolute power.

        It’s so inherently stupid, so guaranteed to be a complete and total disaster of infinite proportion, that you would have to be a brain-eating zombie to even want to try it.

        People who advocate for ‘new world order’ and ‘global government’ shouldn’t be feared, that’s the wrong response.

        They should be ridiculed and humiliated.

        That’s a million times more effective than showing fear, which only empowers ‘new world order’ types.

        But they HATE being ridiculed 😁

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  5. And once again mainstream media outlets (communist puppets) will be proven wrong AGAIN and AGAIN and AGAIN!!!

    …continuing to wake up people all over the world to their lying BS!

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    1. I was very pleased from the beginning when we got exposed people back here from overseas, so they could be treated HERE, and how high a rate of recovery we had. That was the first good news – and we weren’t dependent on CHINA LIES for that knowledge.

      Once they were back here, and in other countries outside China, we could get truth. Even the NEGATIVE results from Italy, showing all the BAD sides of the virus, are going to save MILLIONS, because we know what happens when the systems are overwhelmed.

      These medical results are AWESOME. AMERICANS are now in a very good place, thanks to the fast, strong action of our VSG.

      Now, we have to work on saving people elsewhere. Even if we don’t end up needing more ventilators here, what about Italy? What about Spain? What about BRAZIL? America may need to be an EXPORTER of these things!!!

      Chloroquine / Hydroxychloroquine can take a few days to work. We need to make sure we can help DROP THE CURVE in places that are already spiking out of control, beyond their hospital capabilities!

      Also ONE MORE THING.

      There may be old variants of these old drugs that are EVEN BETTER. They wouldn’t have been optimal for malaria, but they ARE optimal for ChiCom-19. HINT, HINT.

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    2. Plateau – is she willing to watch the daily pressers? Even if she doesn’t like Trump, the team is SO impressive and reassuring with GOOD information. Have her stop watching as soon as the jackboot media starts their questions!!

      Sundance posts the videos each day, and you can fast forward through Trump if that’s her objection to watching. I swear they are the most impressive gov’t health team ever!

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      1. Sorry for my late response but I just arrived home from a board meeting. My wife loves our President but has a tendency to be a hypochondriac at times and doesn’t have the patience. She has a social media disease called a snippet of this and dash of that.

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    1. They did make the first operational US turbojet in WWII:

      ‘Westinghouse produced the first operational American turbojet for the US Navy program in 1943. After many successes, the ill-fated J40 project, started soon after WWII, was abandoned in 1955 and led to Westinghouse exiting the aircraft engine business with closure of the Westinghouse Aviation Gas Turbine Division (Kansas City) in 1960.’

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      1. Trying to find Westinghouse and M1 Garand, but cannot find. I probably was wrong. I did find where they made Mosin-Nagant rifles during WW1 for the Russians though. Oh well, grandma gets confused – again. Lololol

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          1. A little rough on the energy factor. Rougher still in the emotional factor because I can only leave the house to go to the docs. God will see this through though.

            I don’t cry, because it drags DH down further, but he went to the store when my former PP prayer partner phoned me. I broke down for a minute.
            After I “retired” my former Rachel’s Vineyard abortion healing retreat team has been holding retreats.
            One of the exercises is touching the cloak of Christ (priest’s benediction stole). Retreatants touch and ask Jesus to be healed. My old team participated and asked for my healing. Learning that helped my cry.

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      1. I do not watch TV so I went looking.

        The loud mouth trying to lay blame on Americans for ‘hoarding’ instead of the Chinese for refusing to export masks is Andy Slavitt.

        Andrew M. “Andy” Slavitt is a former Acting Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), a position he held from March 2015 to January 2017. A leader of the team which repaired after its problematic rollout, he was nominated by Barack Obama to run CMS in July 2015.

        He was nominated but NEVER CONFIRMED.

        More about the guy. He is very much a government health care pusher and has continued to push for Obamacare.

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  6. I think President Trump was excited…

    1. About the possibility of SEVERAL EFFECTIVE THERAPEUTICS to save American lives!!!!

    2. To announce the release of an American who had been held in Lebanon. President Trump cares so much about Americans held in prisons!!!

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  7. RE: There was a giddiness to our President throughout today’s daily press briefing. He knows that the end is near.

    Said the same about VP Pence as we were watching!
    [Entertained twinkle in his eyes. They’ve GOT THIS.]

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    1. FDA commissioner Stephen Hahn told reporters scientists still have to conduct clinical trials to see if chloroquine, hydroxychloroquine, and several other anti-viral medications are effective against coronavirus. However, since chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine are already FDA approved to treat malaria & arthritis, they could be used to treat other conditions, including coronavirus, in an “off label” basis.

      DR. HAHN: So, before the President nominated me and I was confirmed as Commissioner for Food and Drugs, I was a cancer doctor. And I’ve sat across from countless number of patients and had to talk to them about their diagnosis and their treatment. And one thing that was really important is to provide hope. I have great hope for how we’re going to come out of this situation.

      What’s also important is not to provide false hope, but to provide hope. And, as a doctor, that’s the way I come to this. I’m speaking now to the American people as Commissioner of Food and Drugs, but that part of me has not left. Just look at the way the American people have responded to our calls for mitigation, for social distancing. The American people have great resiliency, and I’m so incredibly proud of how the American people have responded.

      As the President mentioned, he asked us to be aggressive, to break down barriers to innovation, and to accelerate the development of lifesaving treatments. And we’re doing that at the FDA.

      The FDA is committed to continuing to provide regulatory flexibility and guidance, but let me make one thing clear: FDA’s responsibility to the American people is to ensure that products are safe and effective and that we are continuing to do that.

      Our folks — and they’re tremendous professionals — are working day and night to do this. You just can’t even imagine how much they’re working to provide this support for the American people and I thank them.

      Since early January, long before the first domestic case, FDA began working in collaboration with CDC. I also want to note that we stood up an incident command group and had been focused on the coronavirus since the very beginning of this public health emergency. This is, in addition, an all-of-government and all-of-America approach and I’ll describe what I mean by that, in terms of the development of therapeutics.

      An important part of that work is expanding the potential therapeutic options associated with coronavirus, and we’ve learned from our colleagues across the globe about this. But I want to focus on one thing: I was a cancer researcher before all this, and one thing I know about this great country of ours is that we have unbelievable innovators. We have people who, every day, it’s their job to develop treatments for all sorts of diseases. We are incredibly blessed, as a country, to have this.

      And as is true in any illness, these great American innovators — academia, private sector — they have engaged us about the best possible treatment options. We are looking at everything that’s coming across our desks as possible treatment options for coronavirus, and we’re extremely encouraged by the interest and the promise that we’ve seen from these great American innovators.

      Now, again, we need to look at it. We need the data, we need the information to make the absolute best decisions for the American people. But I want to assure you, we have over 17,000 people at FDA who are doing this every day.

      We need — we need to make sure that these — this sea of new treatments will get the right drug to the right patient at the right dosage at the right time. As an example, we may have the right drug, but it may not be in the appropriate dosage form right now, and that may do more harm than good. Those are the things that that’s our job to look at. And that’s why it’s really important we have these dedicated professionals looking at these aspects of therapeutic development.

      At the same time, we’re also working through different mechanisms to actually get drugs into the hands of providers and patients.

      The President mentioned this, but one of the mechanisms is called compassionate use. Let me just tell you about this. If there’s an experimental drug that’s potentially available, a doctor could ask for that drug to be used in a patient. We have criteria for that and very speedy approval for that.

      The important thing about compassionate use — and that’s what the President meant, “This is even beyond Right to Try” — is that we get to collect the information about that. Because one of the things that I’ll promise the American people is we will collect the data and then make the absolute right decisions based upon those data about the safety and efficacy of the treatments.

      We are working expeditiously, and we are working to make sure that these products are as safe and effective as they possibly can be. Let me tell you about a few things that we’re currently working on. And this is a plan that was developed with many of the people at this table, our infectious disease experts on the task force.

      In the short term, we’re looking at drugs that are already approved for other indications. So they’re already approved, as the President said, for other diseases.

      As an example, many Americans have read studies and heard media reports about this drug, chloroquine, which is an anti-malarial drug. It’s already approved, as the President said, for the treatment of malaria, as well as an arthritis condition.

      That’s a drug that the President has directed us to take a closer look at, as to whether an expanded-use approach to that could be done to actually see if that benefits patients. And again, we want to do that in the setting of a clinical trial — a large, pragmatic clinical trial — to actually gather that information and answer the question that needs to be answered and — asked and answered.

      Let me give you another example: There’s a cross-agency effort about something called convalescent plasma. This is a pretty exciting area. And again, this is something that we have given assistance to other countries with as this crisis has developed. So FDA has been working for some time on this.

      If you’ve been exposed to coronavirus and you’re better and you don’t have the virus in your blood, we could collect the blood. Now, this is a possible treatment; this is not a proven treatment — just want to emphasize that. Collect the blood, concentrate that, and have the ability, once it’s pathogen-free — that is, virus-free — to be able to give that to other patients. And the immunoglobulins — the immune response — could potentially provide a benefit to patients. It’s another thing that we’re looking at.

      Over the next couple weeks, we’ll have more information on that. We’re really pushing hard to try to accelerate that. That’s in the sort of more medium- and short-term. And that’ll be a bridge to other therapies that will take us three to six months to develop.

      And this is a continuous process. There is no beginning and end to each of this. This is — you know, we’re pushing this through.

      The other great thing about the great innovators of America is some of them tell us it’s taken us years — years — to develop therapies. They’re looking at pushing that to the months period of time. And we’re trying to provide them the reg- — the regulatory flexibility, but, at same time, the scientific oversight to make sure that gets done in the best way possible for the American people.

      The President mentioned that there is a vaccine trial currently being performed. It’s a phase-one trial, so it’s the earliest study that gets done. We expect that to take 12 months to get to completion — to actually a time where we could approve a vaccine. But that’s — these are all things to bridge to the prevention part of this with a vaccine. It’s exciting work. And the President is right: This is record time for the development of a vaccine and impressive public-private partnership.

      The FDA’s efforts to facilitate the development of these products are focused on ensuring timely access, while also meeting the agency’s world-respected gold standard, relying on strong data from clinical trials to determine if an experimental or an off-the-shelf drug that’s used for something else can safely and effectively treat patients.

      We want to assure the American people that FDA is all hands on deck, as the President mentioned — these efforts — and continue to work with interested sponsors to help expedite the work. We remain steadfast in helping to foster the development of safe and effective therapies for COVID-19. Thank you.

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  8. Now President Trump’s MAKING GOVERNMENT GREAT.

    POTUS: “And we’re going to be able to make that drug available almost immediately, and that’s where the FDA has been so great.”

    Imagine the INSPIRATION across formerly-leaderless and beat-down BUREAUCRATS

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    1. Interesting the she planted one hand as she was spinning forward – either great reflexes, great athletic talent, or both… could have been MUCH worse if she hadn’t…

      I don’t think the YSM/MCM would have had the “pressence” of mind to do that… but yeah, the presstitutes are an epic fail.

      Just got over a massive TDS attack from a family member in Kalifornistan, who said that “45” should have reacted sooner, as Corona was known about in January…. hmmm… seems to me, he DID react, and the DEMONicRATS tried to counter him.

      Some people just won’t learn, care or change…

      They say blood is thicker than water, but I’m not sure if it’s thicker than TDS… sigh…

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      1. Interesting your TDS relative isn’t attacking Gavin Newsome who “just now” issued the Stay Home order other governors issued days ago. Talk about being late to the crisis.

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  9. Could be a regular planned trade, but ….. 🧐🧐🧐

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    1. AND how in H3ll does Sen. BURR have that extra $1.6Million to invest so he can sell it off when it’s convenient?
      Oh, I forgot. Sen. BURR is a prime example of the DC SWAMP/ DeepState….

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  10. Gold at 1471.30. It was well over 1600 before this crap started.
    Silver, 12.17. It was over 17 bucks
    Platinum is 591–under six hundred bucks.
    Palladium 1727. It was over 2400 bucks.
    Rhodium was in the mid 10Ks—now selling for $5000/oz. (Unfortunately, you probably need to buy 50 kilograms or about 1500 ounces to get that price.)

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    1. There you are Steve.

      I was trying to understand the metals markets and what exactly has been going on with them. This fellow made things a lot clearer for me. Not just on the silver market but all of them and why it’s been so crazy. I’m not listening to his opinion about recession as much as his info on the metals markets. He’s got the experience to see what’s happening.

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  11. SPECULATION: POTUS will SWAP FUNDS-for-SHARES to sustain Critical Industries, with “SPECIAL PROVISIONS” for Corporations to BUY BACK those SHARES

    • FUNDS conversion rates for SHARES will be based on CURRENT Share Prices

    • Companies must Repurchase Government Shares BEFORE any others

    • Companies can ”QUALIFY” to Repurchase Government Shares ONLY when they have REPATRIATED Manufacturing Capacity to the USA

    • Companies that Receive 50% CREDIT on FUNDS-for-SHARES for completing 100% REPATRIATION of Manufacturing Capacity within 12 months

    • FUNDS-for-SHARES gives President Trump a VETO over any foreign manufacturing investment until Government Shares have been repurchased

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  12. And when the dust settles, VSGPDJT is going to go after the Chinese Communist Party with an economic vengeance we cannot begin to imagine. Ultimately, he’ll make China reimburse us for every lost job, every closed business, every forgone profit that this entire country has suffered because of their actions.

    Mark my words.

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      1. Or the countless number of us who can’t visit our loved ones in nursing homes/senior care centers, or the residents of those places who can’t spend precious time with their family and friends.

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          1. If one isn’t dealing with this in their own world, it’s something you just don’t think about.

            People with dementia quickly forget loved ones if they don’t get to see or talk to them on a regular basis. I’ve watched as my mother lost the memory of her best friend she’s known her entire life, because they don’t see each other any more. She’s lost the memory of all but 6 of us in her life who she still sees.

            Lots of people are facing the fact that when the visitor ban is lifted, their loved ones won’t know who they are anymore.

            Ratfuckkers is putting it mildly.

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  13. “Chris Jansing
    An MD friend just texted me – livid- that the President suggested drugs to help are available “for immediate delivery”. In fact – the FDA chief points out – chloroquine IS approved as an anti-malarial but needs clinical trials before being used for coronavirus. NOT immediate”


    Chris Jansing? Isn’t she one of the goofs who used to be on MSLSD years ago?

    Fake News.

    Like all their other ‘sources’, she probably made this one up.

    ‘MD’ is probably short for ‘Make-believe Doctor’ 😂

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  15. I can confirm that Plaquenil / hydroxychloroquine is safe to use.
    I have been taking that drug for decades for the treatment of my rheumatoid arthritis.
    Two tabs every fricking day and I’m still alive.
    As a matter of fact, I can’t remember the last time I had the flu…seriously.
    I never have headaches, but aches abound in the joints.
    In Nov/Dec I had a touch of clogged head, runny nose……did the Dayquil / Nyquil routine for
    3-4 days and gone….like a six pack in my refrig.

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