5.9.20 News Roundup! PDJT’s Interview, PDJT & FLOTUS Recognize 75th Anniversary End of World War II, PDJT Meets With Republican Members of Congress, Video and Transcript White House Press Secretary Press Briefing, Terrible Jobs Report, Larry Kudlow’s Interview, Illegals Aren’t Getting Into Our Country, Why Thursday’s SC Decision Is So Important, Another Win For PDJT At the SC, Richard Grenell Destroys the Swamp & MSM, Checkout the Data From Georgia Which Reopened On 4/20, Drive-in Rallies, 1.5.17 Will Haunt Them Forever, The Famous DNC Server Is In the News…..

Yesterday morning our President called-in to Fox and Friends morning broadcast for a lengthy interview. Our President discussed the efforts of the previous administration to target him and eliminate his presidency.

Here is a thread with additional shorter video clips:

Yesterday our President and FLOTUS recognized the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II by laying a wreath at our nations memorial to the fallen.

The President and FLOTUS traveled to the World War II Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to commemorate the Germany’s unconditional surrender and were joined by eight veterans of the war. The youngest 96 and the oldest 100.

I loved how our President took the time to honor the 8 WWII veterans who were there by speaking separately with each one of them. That was the best part of the ceremony for me.

[Video Below / Well Worth Watching]

Here are some pictures from the event:

Here are some shorter video clips:

You can find our President’s message on the 75th Anniversary of Victory In Europe Day in the tweet below:

Yesterday our President met with Republican Members of Congress in the State Dining Room to discuss policies to make America’s economy strong again.

Attending from the administration: Mark Meadows, Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff; Jared Kushner, Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor; Dan Scavino, Assistant to the President and Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications; Larry Kudlow, Assistant to the President and Director of the National Economic Council; Eric Ueland, Assistant to the President and Director of Legislative Affairs; Christopher Cox, Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Legislative Affairs for House; Kevin Hassett, Senior Advisor Trump Administration; Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Department of the Treasury.

Participating congressional leadership included: Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), Rep. Kelly Armstrong (R-ND), Rep. Andy Barr (R-KY), Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ), Rep. Ted Budd (R-NC), Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX), Rep. Warren Davidson (R-OH), Rep. Greg Murphy (R-NC), Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX), Rep. Mark Green (R-TN), Rep. Mike Johnson (R-LA), Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-AZ), Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA), Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA), Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY)

[Video and Transcript Below]


Here are some shorter video clips:

Yesterday White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany held a briefing with the press pool. During the press briefing Ms. McEnany highlighted the targeting of Michael Flynn.

[Video and Transcript Below]


Here are some shorter video clips:

It kills me to have to share this with you.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) total nonfarm payroll employment fell by 20.5 million in April, and the unemployment rate rose to 14.7%.

The changes in these measures reflect the effects of the COVID-19 mitigation and the economic efforts to contain it. Employment fell sharply in all major industry sectors, with particularly heavy job losses in leisure and hospitality.

In April, employment in leisure and hospitality plummeted by 7.7 million, or 47%. Almost three-quarters of the decrease occurred in food services and drinking places (-5.5 million). Employment also fell in the arts, entertainment, and recreation industry (-1.3 million) and in the accommodation industry (-839,000).

You can find the entire report in the link below:


National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow appeared on Fox Business to discuss yesterday’s report on jobs from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics.

I love the fact that our southern border is closed for the foreseeable future!

From the article linked above:

Almost all undocumented immigrants apprehended at the southwest border in April were immediately expelled to Mexico as part of the Trump administration’s increased immigration controls amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Numbers released by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) show that 90 percent of all apprehensions were treated as Title 42 cases — subject to immediate expulsion per a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention order.

In total, 15,862 people were apprehended at the southwest border in April; 14,416 were processed as Title 42 cases, while only 1,446 were processed as Title 8 — individuals who violated immigration law by entering the country between ports of entry.

[…] The numbers also show that family units and unaccompanied minors are, for the most part, not attempting to cross the border during the pandemic.

I shared this in yesterday’s news roundup because RBG destroyed the 9th Circuit in her opinion. I didn’t fully realize how important of a win this is for our President and our country. This garbage had been going on for the past 10 years.

From the article linked above:

The Supreme Court unanimously upheld a federal statute that forbids encouraging illegal aliens to remain in the U.S. unlawfully in a decision Thursday.

The Supreme Court justices voided an earlier decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which had ruled that a federal anti-harboring statute was unconstitutional on the grounds that it violated the First Amendment by restricting free speech. The ruling by the nation’s highest court Thursday upholds the law.

[…] The decision brings to a close a court battle that lasted roughly 10 years.

Another major win for our President at the Supreme Court.

From the article linked above:

The Supreme Court on Friday granted the Trump administration’s request to temporarily shield redacted grand jury materials related to special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe from the Democrat-led House.

House Democrats are fighting to gain access to the materials, arguing that it being made public will give Americans a fuller image of how the Trump administration behaved during the two-year investigation. 

I absolutely love our acting DNI because he destroys both the Deep State and the MSM.

I can’t wait for Senator Grassley to take back the chairmanship of the Senate Judiciary Committee in 2021. Senator Graham has completely failed in my opinion in the role.

You won’t hear this from the Democrats, MSM, Leftists, Never Trumpers etc. because it completely goes against their BS narrative for closing down sectors of our country. The data speaks for itself:

I LOVE that Governor DeSantis continues to get on tv to tell his story about FACTS NOT FEAR. Here is the entire interview with Laura Ingraham from Thursday night.


Florida: 21,500,000
New York: 19,500,000

Coronavirus cases:

FL: 38,828
NY: 337,421

Coronavirus deaths:

FL: 1,600
NY: 26,365

I absolutely LOVE this idea and would participate in a heartbeat.

From the article linked above:

[…] According to three people familiar with the preliminary discussions, Trump aides and operatives have spent weeks exploring alternatives to the standard Trump 2020 rally that could allow for social distancing while still allowing for a modest number of attendees. Much of the focus has been on sprawling outdoor venues, such as large fields. And one of the top ideas for this coronavirus-era workaround that is currently being floated would rely on repurposing drive-ins for a political gathering.

Under such a scenario, Trump-loving attendees would roll up in their cars and be required to mostly remain in their respective vehicles as the president addressed them in-person from the outdoor stage.

An absolutely fantastic thread by Larry Schweikart below. I agree with his prediction for November. He thinks our President will get anywhere between 320 to 340 electoral votes.

Winning every state he won in 2016 gets him to 306 electoral votes. Winning New Hampshire (4 electoral votes), Nevada (6 electoral votes) and Minnesota (10 electoral votes) gets our President to 326 electoral votes.

He will have a really good chance of winning New Mexico (5 electoral votes) and Colorado (9 electoral votes). That would bring him to 340 electoral votes.

BHO and the rest of the POS that were in that meeting on January 5, 2017 will live to regret ever having that meeting.

Once this blows up, you can kiss it all goodbye for the coup plotters! That DNC server wasn’t infiltrated by someone on the outside (Muh Russia). It was done by someone (cough… Seth Rich) on the inside!

From the article linked above:

Declassified documents released by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff show the president of CrowdStrike Services — a computer-and-network-security firm hired to investigate the hacking of Democratic National Committee servers — couldn’t say for certain that Russians downloaded Democratic Party emails.

During the interview made public Thursday, Shawn Henry explained that CrowdStrike found some evidence that information was taken from DNC servers, but it was not conclusive.

Here is an excellent thread about Shawn Henry’s testimony:

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  1. Here is an article about the great men that joined our President and FLOTUS yesterday for the 75th Anniversary. They weren’t afraid of the Coronavirus!

    From the article linked above:

    Eight World War II veterans — the youngest of them age 96 — will join President Donald Trump at a wreath-laying ceremony Friday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the end of the war in Europe. Their hopes to mark the day in Moscow were dashed because of the coronovirus pandemic.

    White House officials described the veterans as “choosing nation over self” by joining Trump at the World War II Memorial ceremony.

    “These heroes are living testaments to the American spirit of perseverance and victory, especially in the midst of dark days,” said White House spokesman Judd Deere.

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    1. God help us, the veterans who could stand, did: and saluted, as POTUS did, in the same exact crisp way they were taught to do in boot camp so many years ago, for “Taps”; and then while POTUS and FLOTUS greeted them.
      Heart-breaking that these good veterans, because of COMMUNIST CHINA’S VIRUS, were not able to shake hands with their Commander-in-Chief.

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    1. Below is the call as transcribed by Yahoo. I prefer shards of bamboo piercing my eyeballs then to ever hear this man speak.


      “The news over the last 24 hours I think has been somewhat downplayed — about the Justice Department dropping charges against Michael Flynn,” Obama said in a web talk with members of the Obama Alumni Association.
      “And the fact that there is no precedent that anybody can find for someone who has been charged with perjury just getting off scot-free. That’s the kind of stuff where you begin to get worried that basic — not just institutional norms — but our basic understanding of rule of law is at risk. And when you start moving in those directions, it can accelerate pretty quickly as we’ve seen in other places.”
      “So I am hoping that all of you feel the same sense of urgency that I do,” he said. “Whenever I campaign, I’ve always said, ‘Ah, this is the most important election.’ Especially obviously when I was on the ballot, that always feels like it’s the most important election. This one — I’m not on the ballot — but I am pretty darn invested. We got to make this happen.”

      “This election that’s coming up on every level is so important because what we’re going to be battling is not just a particular individual or a political party. What we’re fighting against is these long-term trends in which being selfish, being tribal, being divided, and seeing others as an enemy — that has become a stronger impulse in American life. And by the way, we’re seeing that internationally as well. It’s part of the reason why the response to this global crisis has been so anemic and spotty. It would have been bad even with the best of governments. It has been an absolute chaotic disaster when that mindset — of ‘what’s in it for me’ and ‘to heck with everybody else’ — when that mindset is operationalized in our government.
      “That’s why, I, by the way, am going to be spending as much time as necessary and campaigning as hard as I can for Joe Biden,” he added.

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      1. Yeah Flep over the past two decades I’ve done a pretty good job of avoiding having to hear him speak 😉

        I remember the first time I saw him on national TV back in 2004, I had the volume on the TV muted. I just saw his movements on the camera, and I realized we need to be careful, this guy is one slick operator . . . even more so than Slick Willy . . .

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      2. Ø is a campaign killer- his presence is death to any campaign. Ø lost over 1000 seats for the Democrats during his reign of lawless leftist abuse of power, partisan weaponization of government, over-regulation and economic ruin.

        Might as well have Hillrotten join them to really expose the putrid stink and corruption in the DNC.

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      3. BO (tldr): If you f-ers don’t fix this s#!t, we’re ALL gonna hang!

        somewhere in America…hrc: DU-uhhhhh.. that’s what I’ve be SAYIN’!

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    2. This “being” the the personification of the word …. P U K E …. 🤢🤬

      .. he pays taxes (LOL), he will die, … and … he will just in judgement before Jesus Christ …

      … suff the creep …

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    1. Retail stores are blaming COVID … but that’s not the reason. The model just doesn’t work, hasn’t for a long time. Working people can’t shop when they’re not working as stores are closed. They go online.

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      1. Yes Online Sales are up dramatically over In-Store purchases for obvious reasons.

        Online sales are NOT a dominant percentage of the retail pie. The problem with retail is that margins are so low that online competition threatens profits. Retail is vulnerable to even tiny shifts that reduce profit.

        Government taxes (payroll taxes) and regulations are parasitic effects on retail that have ratcheted up, especially over the past ten years. You can’t keep top notch workers if you have to do the Obamacare dance. So you roll over your experienced workforce and replace them with younger less experienced people. Don’t tell me that wasn’t by design.

        The biggest problem facing retail is that retail outlets do not exist to sell merchandise, they exist to sell credit. I can go to Kohl’s and shop and never find the BASIC products I need, but I can’t check out without getting an offer for a predatory store credit account. This is true of every retail outlet – they don’t sell a variety of products that broadly serve the public but instead focus on selling products to demographic marketing groups that they can exploit for credit and financing. JC Penney used to be CASH ONLY and did not accept credit – but when they started offering their JC Penney credit card that turned in a hurry. Remember that the highly popular Discover card originally started as a Sears in-store credit card that quickly became their most profitable decision. They’ve made slavery comfortable and as easy as slipping on plastic chains.

        Supply chain dynamics have also shaken retail of late – but the bigger picture is retail trying to use cheaper supply chains (China) to squeeze out more margin. This effectively creates a race to the bottom among retails to move to the cheapest supply chains or risk their business model. Since Chinese products are subsidized to reduce price and destroy American manufacturing, the predatory supply chain ends up biting retail.

        Amazon is also cheating b/c they are getting what amounts to taxpayer subsidies using USPS to do to-home delivery. If USPS were run as a business and not a government agency they would have changed the package rules and not gotten into contracts with Amazon that are draining USPS dry.

        Amazon keeps its costs low so it can keep its margins low. In part this is good business sense. However the reality is that they have often done so in predatory and exploitative ways. When exposed they try to run cover rather than fix their problems. They have become famous for how they abuse their workers – this is a classic case for why unions exist in the first place, and yet funny how there are subtle methods used to discourage and circumvent unions from organizing against Amazon. Dems love playing both sides of the table – unions are a way to exploit and shake down business, until unions are confronting their own precious cash cows. . .

        There is also an over-supply of retail real estate. They overbuilt retail nationally and so we have an excess of box stores. It’s a HUGE bubble and is essentially unsustainable. The down turn is breaking the back of the retail real estate market that was already breaking. That’s the REAL reason that shopping malls are going out of business. It’s not that they are dinosaurs so much as that there is so much real estate competition that has altered the old dynamic of foot-traffic based shopping. Too much emphasis on boutique shopping and “anchor” stores that don’t provide the basics anymore have imploded the market. Men do not shop at shopping malls anymore b/c it isn’t their “go to” for tools and electronics (Sears and Wards) totally replaced by Home Depot/Lowe’s and box stores like Best Buy. Even Walmart has a competitive electronics section now – fully stocked with subsidized predatory China junk, naturally.

        Demographic shifts portend more problems in the future. The baby bust resulted indirectly in the demise of Toys R Us. Payless Shoes makes a lot of money from families buying lots of shoes for children and that market is collapsing. Retail stores do not dedicate floor space for a maternity section anymore.

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        1. Wow Michael… you’re on top of things! Thanks for all that info… I had not idea… knew about Amazon, but the rest… new info…

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          1. Yes my wife and I had been joking about that 😉 Every time there is a major snowstorm we noticed the church nursery is very busy about 9 months later.

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  2. I’m really liking White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany……she’s handling the pressers nicely and has an entertaining sendoff. Needs a Bad Lip Reading, though…..

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    1. She’s extremely good at getting the message OUT to the stenographers, and then answering their questions with a smooth, well aimed ‘backatcha’ …. Kudos to her…

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  3. Awesome roundup, Flep!

    There are excellent fundamentals in here – virus, immigration, election. Not big headline-grabbers – and what’s cool is that the DNC enemedia are all on the wrong subjects, so they’re not seeing it. There is a LOT of winning in that news. THANK YOU.

    I can go back to the front lines, knowing TRUMP’S GOT THIS.

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    1. Masks, like guns, are not evil in themselves.

      A mask has long been required in a doctor’s office when a patient is sick with a cold or flu. A mask should be worn as a matter of courtesy for picking up Rx or groceries if you must do so when you are sick.

      Masks are great during pollen season to allay allergies or when doing dusty work in house and yard.

      When the virus hit – I had a sizable collection of masks from N95 to cloth for those reasons. Keep one in my purse in a zippy bag just in case….along with band-aids, eyeglass repair kit, Motrin, Alleve, Zantac, etc.

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      1. GA/FL, I hope that you take my comment in a kindly way, even though it is a bit blunt to begin with.

        You come from a family of doctors, as admitted here a few days ago.

        Many of us don’t.

        I, for one, have never once thought of wearing a mask — ever.

        Regardless, may God bless you and yours abundantly, especially your daughter during her difficult time.

        All best wishes, friend.

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        1. I have to wear them when I blow the driveway or mow during pollen season….any dusty work – have gotten miserable upper respiratory infections from breathing lots of dust.

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          1. Fair enough. I can appreciate that.

            That said, I do not trust doctors as much as you do, seeing what has happened to two of my now deceased family members in the US some time ago.

            I hope you understand.

            I have to get this off my chest, as it were, because a few days ago you said you had an overall good experience of US physicians.

            Not everyone has, even at the Q Tree.

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              1. Thank you very much. Greatly appreciated.

                The hospitals were getting dirty in the late 1970s. Dust and wrappers from clinical instruments discarded casually on the floor. I witnessed it myself.

                Doctors and nurses treating my relatives didn’t give a rat’s arze, treating my mother’s intelligent enquiries as if she were a fool. She was anything but.

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              2. I hope all that has changed – and look for President Trump to give patients even more consumer power – transparency in costs is one of his new mandates. Reduction of drug prices, more accountability in VA. He’s a very tender hearted man.

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              3. Agreed about PDJT.

                I just hope that others are tender hearted, too.

                My opinion of the US healthcare system is that there are two tiers: one for those who are connected (related to physicians) and one for those who are not.

                May God grant His infinite mercy to the latter, because it does not matter if they are middle class. If they don’t have the connections, they’re not in the club.


              4. Well, in UK, there would certainly be a class system with the Royals and nobility receiving kid glove care.

                Face it – there are uncaring, untalented, poorly trained doctors everywhere. You just got a bad group of professionals, a badly run hospital or a combination of both.

                When our daughter was in the hospital last fall, I heard about a rehab facility where the nurses gambled and partied while on duty at night….we were advised to avoid that place. I had heard of the head of nursing there (if she hasn’t been fired)

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              5. I can believe it.

                Just to clarify, I wasn’t talking about the UK — only the US.

                My relatives were in very good hospitals, by the way.

                Middle class people do seek good hospitals.

                Sorry. I’m still effing bitter about the crap care they received.


            1. Seems not. There was an 100+ case outbreak in NY state at a greenhouse industry. Poor sanitation, close work/quarters, foreign imported labor.

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    1. During the 2006 World Cup in Germany, they setup huge HD screens in several cities throughout the country for public viewing of the games. The sound system was incredible. As close to being there live as it gets!

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      1. Common sense says participants in conflict will cease during a pandemic.

        Parties with no common sense won’t.

        A UN Resolution is TOOTHLESS
        … and IDIOTIC to ponder sending UN Troops to JOIN IN a conflict
        … because participants wouldn’t stop
        … endangering the UN Troops by doing so. 🙄


    1. Wasn’t there a valet or something like that last week who tested positive?

      Reminds me of that ChiCom woman who kept trying to break into Mar-A-Lago…

      The DEMONicRATS have become the DESPERAT-CRATS…

      Maybe Piglosi’s staying away for a reason?????

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  4. This coming week is Peace Officers Memorial Week – May 10-16

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  5. Great Video by West
    LTC West expands upon his CNS News commentary in this video companion to his weekly op-ed. The additional blog commentary can be found at MRCTV.


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      1. Question : with all of this stacking up against the wretched kenyan who is now up against the wall, sinking slowly in his own malicious mire, the outcome of his own venal and malignant narcissism and utter stupidity, what, if any, bearing might this have on the horse he’s married to having a chance in hell on a Biden ticket in November ?

        wouldn’t this treason cancel “her” out ?

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          1. “she” hates America and she hates white ppl, and IIRC she’s on record as saying so.

            butt, aside from that, how can “she” be eligible to run as a VP pick on a Presidential candidate’s ticket when her (gag) husband, a former President, is (hopefully) charged with, and hopefully indicted for treason.. a soft coup plot intended to bring down the very person she’d be running against ??

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            1. I still think ‘she’ has problems of her own – there was a question of residency – but, that is a bit flimsy – nevertheless ‘she’ is as guilty as ‘her’ renegade hubby – of what I cannot find just yet – but – I am sure Q will let us know – indiscreetly – that is.

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    Franklin County May Be Ready To Join The Anti-Wolf Rebellion



    May 9, 2020

    that’s Franklin County, Pennsylvania


    “…a group of Franklin County officials, responding to an outcry of dissatisfaction from local citizens…is preparing to join other South Central PA counties in the growing rebellion against Gov Wolf’s tyrannical COVID-19 lockdown.

    …and Franklin County has a strategic location and significance, explained in the article.



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  7. President Trump meeting today – White House Cabinet Room – NSC + extra military top brass.

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  8. So long ago, I had forgotten….

    “In my lifetime, there was another deadly flu epidemic in the United States. The flu spread from Hong Kong to the United States, arriving December 1968 and peaking a year later. It ultimately killed 100,000 people in the U.S., mostly over the age of 65, and one million worldwide.

    Lifespan in the US in those days was 70 whereas it is 78 today. Population was 200 million as compared with 328 million today. It was also a healthier population with low obesity. If it would be possible to extrapolate the death data based on population and demographics, we might be looking at a quarter million deaths today from this virus. So in terms of lethality, it was as deadly and scary as COVID-19 if not more so, though we shall have to wait to see.

    “In 1968/69,” says Nathaniel L. Moir in National Interest, “the H3N2 pandemic killed more individuals in the U.S. than the combined total number of American fatalities during both the Vietnam and Korean Wars.”



      1. Sometimes, I listen to 5-10 minutes – if it is a repeat – I move on to the next – however – both of the X22 Reports are a must listen for me – there are certain interviews I avoid – those with attitudes – the ‘experts’ who make no sense – you can spot them a mile away – some Q analysts are better than others – and some find interesting angles and/or information that sets them apart – like IPOT – I can leave you hints if you would like – will see what I can do to help, Knight – you provide so much great analysis – it is the least I can do for you – 🙂

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