The Coronavirus and the November Election


What does it all mean for Trump’s chances to win again?

Early in the new year, President Trump seemed in good shape to be reelected. The economy was booming, with record-setting stock-market highs and unemployment lows. The over three years of various inquisitions into “scandals” like the Russian collusion or Ukrainian quid pro quo had culminated in no evidence of any crimes, and in a failed impeachment conviction.

MIT scientist warns Trump of Dr. Fauci’s reliance on flawed ‘out-dated’ virus-fighting model – Leo Hohmann

“Dr. Fauci’s policy, at best, is based on a 1950s outdated ‘one-size-fits-all,’ non-personalized approach to medicine and public health; and at worst, is derived from a ‘fake science’ understanding of the immune system … .”

The below article is a reblog from The New American. It points out the fallacies inherent in the government response to the coronavirus at the federal, state and local levels and provides specific information on how to protect yourself. I urge all to heed these wise recommendations from a world renown expert in systems biology from MIT.

The End Is Not Yet – Terry James

Now, it is declared by many that the time of reckoning has come. The coronavirus crisis means the end of all things in terms of economic well-being. Economic/monetary matters have defied the fiscal laws of gravity—as we’ve pointed out—the way Wile E. Coyote defies gravity in the cartoon world. Now we have entered a time that will, many believe, lead to times worse than conditions created by the stock-market crash of 1929.