20200413: Back to Work – MAGA ON! Kickin’ CoVid and Dems to the Curb!

That’s right – America is getting ready to go back to work! The State of Texas will be first out of the gate!! The peanut gallery is grumbling. This thread will still serve as all things related to CCP Flu, and the WH Daily Preser, but we’re beginning to focus more on GOOD NEWS, looking for green sprouts in our economy, evidence of “smashing the curve”, better results and wider distribution of therapeutics, and bigger than anticipated herd immunity.

Yes, our beloved State of Texas is taking the lead. Texans don’t sit around and stay quiet too well. The plan to re-open Texas can be found at the link below.

We’ll get through this together. 

A tidal wave of Twitter comments followed Governor Abbott’s decision to re-open the state of Texas. Most who are criticizing probably have not read the plan. Left is in sheer panic at the possibility it might be a success. Meanwhile, other comments indicate people are pressuring their governors to get on board.

Here is Governor Abbott’s hour long presser from Friday. It was done before the plan to reopen was announced, but more detail here for those interested.

For our newcomers: The Q Tree community has been diligent in covering the threat of Coronavirus, COVID19, Wuhan FLU. We started accumulating information about this virus in mid-late January, in what became almost weekly threads. We’ve been weeks, if not months, ahead of MSM outlets to vet rumors and other medical papers, etc.

Primary Update Links:

In our past weekly threads, we assembled information on the following:

  • Primary update links. The dashboard from Johns Hopkins which counts “official” cases all over the world, the CDC, and WHO, and includes the links for our past threads.
  • Hard Data Medical Information- Explanation about testing, reliance on China for drugs, analysis of NE Journal of Medicine results and other published papers.
  • Vaccine and therapeutics (new/old drugs to alleviate symptoms) news and updates
  • Trump Administration response (the timeline and links to various agencies)
  • China Responses, timelines, research, attempt to cover actions, or secrecy in results discovered.
  • An aggregate of info/responses from other countries, listed by country.
  • Economic impact from around the world. A change in economic activity will indicate a “return to normal”.
  • Speculation/debunking on how the virus started
  • Media Bias, political response, and debunking section, like the article from AP News, overt bias from Politico, inflammatory headlines, etc.
  • Other medical info to boost immune system, herbal remedies, ways to keep your house clean and NOT spread the virus to others. Excellent information to incorporate into daily lifestyle.
  • Hard links for OTHER valuable sources/blogs and a brief sentence or two about what they provide
  • Other news items

Our weekly updates. timelines, collection of valuable information, can be found here:

Please try to keep your sense of humor during this National Emergency, and remember, patience is a virtue.

Love to all!

563 thoughts on “20200413: Back to Work – MAGA ON! Kickin’ CoVid and Dems to the Curb!

  1. The question to Fauci about ‘what mistakes were made’ was not answered against Trump as the reporter probably hoped. Fauci fell on his sword and owned the mistake – saying the virus was more transmissable than they first thought. Fauci said they didn’t get good information at first (from China).

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            1. Imagine the left disparaging a fighting man in a wheelchair day after day.

              Every attempted cut would bounce back upon them, and they’d kill themselves and their party doing it.

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    1. #CCP #GATES puppet FauXi thinks it’s great to be on #TEAM #DEATH

      Do you remember the weird thing he did when Trump call the State Dept. the Deep State?
      First he smirked, then covered it up then did something with his hand around his face.

      I think he’s been played into being the dupe for the resistance crew.

      They have a special “secret” salute that looks like you are wiping the sweat off your forehead and then your hand sliides down the side of your face in a clandestine salute.

      The head of the White House press corps gave that salute to him recently and it was caught by the Qanons.

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    1. It’s all over Shi Zenghli’s research. She had the capability to splice the virus. And there were no bats at the Seafood Market.

      Here are her papers.
      November 9th, 2015: Shi Zengli and her team published in Nature Medicine, “A SARS-like cluster of circulating bat coronaviruses shows potential for human emergence” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4797993/ In the paper, they discusses the creation of a synthetic virus, with the potential for a self-replicating chimeric virus, using the SARS virus as a backbone, but replacing the S Protein with one from the bat viruses she discovered and discussed in her paper in 2013 – the one which can infect humans and enable the virus to jump species. Shi Zhengli successfully spliced the SARS virus, infected mice, which experienced severe lung damage, with no known cure. She planned to experiment on primates next, because their lung tissue more closely approximated human lung tissue……… with a synthetic virus!

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        1. Who in the hell approves the creation of a synthetic virus which is SARS as a backbone with an HIV envelope to compromise immunity, and delivered as a respiratory virus?
          What the living hell were they thinking?

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    2. November 12, 2015: Shi’s work generated controversy. Simon Wain-Hobson a virologist of the Pasteur Institute in France published in Nature “Engineered bat virus stirs debate over risky research” https://www.nature.com/news/engineered-bat-virus-stirs-debate-over-risky-research-1.18787 Editors’ note, March 2020: “We are aware that this story is being used as the basis for unverified theories that the novel coronavirus causing COVID-19 was engineered. There is no evidence that this is true; scientists believe that an animal is the most likely source of the coronavirus.” Did the Chinese Propaganda Minister have lunch at Nature? Notice there is no flat denial, merely… “we don’t have proof… yet”.

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      1. This is what I’ve been trying to tell people. The entire INFRASTRUCTURE of American science was utterly compromised. Only people who would say CRAP like what that turd is saying got into positions of responsibility. Everybody else was moved aside.

        Someday, hopefully, I can tell you all more exactly what went on. But the bottom line is that the ENTIRE THING – public, private, and in-between (.gov, .com, .org, .edu) was compromised by CHINA. I only had visibility on parts of it, but it was enough to shock the hell out of me. Very few were capable of seeing it.

        I believe that they have SCIENCE OF SUBVERSION that dwarfs our regular science. They knew how to make our science pump out NONSENSE that would serve their purposes.

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        1. You mean faux science that demands the US spend untold $Billions$ in “green” science and tech that doesn’t demand the same of them, all while they catch up militarily to the USA?

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            1. It’s not just that they subverted our science.

              Not just publishing fake science.

              It is that they weaponized our science against us!!!!!!!!!!!

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              1. Absolutely. And they are doing it right now.

                That Harvard prof – director of the department – sold out to Thousand Talents of Silver? TIP OF THE ICEBERG.

                You know my discussion with Gail about that article from C&E News (official internal mag of the American Chemical Society) that was putting down hydroxychloroquine?

                I picked up a copy of the mag today. UN-believable.

                Every article is pukingly ChiCom-symp, but the main one on infectious disease is beyond belief. It’s an interview with the director of Beijing’s Global Health Drug Discovery Institute.

                And they’re also selling a SIDE OF PANGOLIN SCALES with the BAT SOUP in another article.

                They’re also promoting the ChiCom-compromised Zoom app for use by scientists! 😀

                CAN’T MAKE THIS UP!!!

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    3. Here’s what Simon Wain-Hobson pointed out which has the world so concerned: “… researchers created a novel virus which ‘grows remarkably well’ in human cells. “If the virus escaped, nobody could predict the trajectory.”, he said.”

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    4. From Microbiologist, Dr Judy Mikovits, “That’s exactly what’s happening now. ….. additional studies show the virus exhibits a recombination or cutting and pasting of two different viruses…… Her work (Shi Zhengli) proves or strongly supports the hypothesis that it could not possibly have been generated in a natural solenotic transmission but HAD TO COME from a hospital setting/the laboratory setting, almost certainly the Bio-safety Level 4 Wuhan Research Facility. ”

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    5. Dr Nancy Mikovits explained it is important to sequence a new virus to figure out where it came from and it looks like this virus has gene sequences spliced “from other human and other species, including the envelope gp41 from HIV”.

      What is gp41? It’s the protein from HIV which acts as the “key” to infecting human bodies and results in a total collapse of the immune system. If the Indian researchers were proven correct, it would mean the S Protein for the CoV-19 virus incorporated the sequence of the HIV “key” protein. It would explain the cytokine storm and the worn out T-cells in infected patients.

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    6. January 2, 2020: Wuhan Institute of Virology, the P4 Lab. A letter from the Director to all internal staff. Subject line: “Notice regarding the strict prohibition of disclosure of any information related to the Wuhan unknown pneumonia.” and “cannot be published on self media, social media, nor disclosed to any media (including state media) or collaborative organizations….”

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    7. Here is another useful one from director of doc who was treating the first Wuhan patients.

      January 24, 2019: Article in Lancet, titled, “Clinical Features of Patients Infected with the Novel Coronavirus from Wuhan, China”. https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(20)30183-5/fulltext The report clearly challenges the conclusion as to source of the virus. The first author of the paper is Prof Chaolin Huang, MD, who was Deputy Director at Jin Yin-tan hospital, the first designated hospital for treatment of unknown Wuhan pneumonia.

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  2. POTUS is in charge of Public Safety.

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    1. I think Hamilton’s jaw would drop if he knew about a world where new diseases were created and released by a global anti-freedom alliance against individual nations, including the one he created!

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  4. According to the Worldometers site, there was a very distinct drop in both new cases and in daily deaths yesterday and today. Both lower than the projections. Maybe because of Easter not as much testing done? I don’t know, but I hope it’s a trend and we’re really on the downside.

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  5. Working on confirming this.

    Quest Diagnostics is furloughing employees, cutting pay, dismissing temporary workers, freezing hiring, cutting OT (Reuters)

    Despite performing 40% of US COVID-19 tests, social distancing is destroying Quest’s bread and butter: the other typical tests that Americans normally get.

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        1. Hospitals are letting contractors go, issuing pay cuts and lay offs aren’t far off.

          the spread is almost too slow…but they are preparing and preparing. As we open back up there will be growth in new cases again.

          Buying time to prepare by slowing the growth/flattening the curve and now Smart Mitigation by a wise reopening to have 2nd wave, maybe/probably bigger than the 1st wave – but we/gov/hospitals/testing systems/nursing homes, etc. will hopefully be prepared.

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          1. I don’t think we can or should accept a bigger second wave. The secret is knowing certain things about the disease that we know now, and CHANGING the guidelines to match the new knowledge. We should strive to actually REDUCE cases in going back to work. I think it’s possible, and this is a challenge to Fauci and Birx.

            The Taiwan results about almost exclusive household spread are key, and show a place that we can adjust. It’s likely that WORKPLACE SPREAD among close colleagues is similar to household spread, and together these are really big. Close contact. This is why social distancing (SD) overkill worked so well.

            Thus, combined with the message from the COVID doctor who posted video about how to never get it, we can say that “face-to-hand-to-surface-to-hand-to-face” in a high-contact area is the biggest route of transmission from one individual to the next.

            Thus, we (1) keep as many people teleworking as possible, (2) train workers to never touch face, always wash hands, (3) maintain high-distance and high-degree social distancing interaction for “inter-group” visits, but essentially allow SMALL GROUPS to go back to normal. What this means is ALLOW PLATOONS of workers to interact normally, but maintain SD as before between platoon members and those of other platoons.

            Next, we need to have data on immunity. As a side project, we need to understand RELAPSE and whether relapsed people are strongly, slightly, or negligibly infectious. Based on my own case, I suspect it’s negligible, kinda like malaria.

            But if we do have data on who has antibodies and who doesn’t, we can make smarter decisions about who can move around more freely. They have to be careful – they can still transfer virus mechanically – they just can’t become SHEDDERS. Having a good number in a platoon gives high herd immunity to that platoon mathematically.

            We also need to listen to the EXPERIENCES and TIPS gained from re-opened work groups. They will have understanding of any cases that they do have, and we can learn WHAT WENT WRONG and then HOW TO FIX IT. We will figure that out – not the AGENDA MEDIA.

            Also the role of preventatives. Tonic water and zinc? Chloroquine? Modern antimalarials? Vitamin C?
            Zinc? We can reduce the strain on hydroxychloroquine with other agents. Issuing these to non-immune people, especially the AT RISK, would be helpful.

            Knowing the status of people also enables us to have known volunteers for vaccine testing.

            I see this as a challenge. Fauci and Birx overdid SD and we killed it – now let’s go for a tougher goal – relaxation WITH stronger and more precise mitigation.


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            1. Taiwan also had up close and personal experience with SARS to inform their response. A culture where bowing is the proper greeting and covering your face with a mask durng an outbreak are two key take-aways.

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  6. The IHME state level hospitalization predictions are also garbage. At this point, there is simply no reasonable justification for IHME’s continued refusal to backtest its models. Here’s Florida, for example.

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  7. IHME’s horrificallly wrong modeling of Wuhan coronavirus-related hospitalization in Tennessee, however, is in a class all by itself. IHME claimed that nearly 12,000 Tennesseeans would be hospitalized as of yesterday. The actual number? A total of 567 people. Only off by 2,000%.

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    1. Its actually more inaccurate than explained above.

      The 567 is the cumulative # of cases who were hospitalized. Of those 567 that were hospitalized, some of passed & some have recovered and been discharged. They are not all still in the hospital.

      However, there are may be some who were diagnosed and entered the hospital at a later time and may not be counted.

      I have been less than impressed with TN’s handling of the situation, from their communications to the public to their dashboard.

      “Information about hospitalization status is gathered at the time of diagnosis, therefore this information may be incomplete. This number indicates the number of patients that were ever hospitalized during their illness, it does not indicate the number of patients currently hospitalized.”

      Of the states I check on a regular basis, NC, VA & CA give # of hospitalization cases and # of ICU cases


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          1. Oh, please feel free to do that.
            By all means!

            It’s something that needs to be brought up right now.

            I don’t think that PDJT has issued any EO’s that would cancel this one.

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