KOMMOSENTSJANE – Soooo Did Coronavirus Come From A LAB?

April 22, 2020

Whose spoofing who?  The CDC seems to be “slow on the draw.”  Redford needs to explain on what basis is he making these assumptions – “CDC director warns second wave of coronavirus is likely to be even more devastating?”  There original numbers were out of date.

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The latest episode of the “Verdict with Ted Cruz” podcast is out and you don’t want to miss this breaking news.

Ted confirmed that $76,000 U.S. tax dollars in 2019 went to one of the Chinese virology labs in Wuhan at the center of the coronavirus outbreak. The tax dollars were specifically used to study bat-coronavirus infections and predict which of the viruses posed the greatest threat to humanity.

(Do we now know – THE REST OF THE STORY?  Did they find out by testing on the world – THE THREAT POSED TO HUMANITY?)

Ted is now calling for the U.S. government to halt U.S. funding from going to these Chinese virology labs.


Read the following at your on risk:

The Washington Post

CDC director warns second wave of coronavirus is likely to be even more devastating

Lena H. Sun

CDC director warns second wave of coronavirus is likely to be even more devastating

Even as states move ahead with plans to reopen their economies, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned Tuesday that a second wave of the novel coronavirus will be far more dire because it is likely to coincide with the start of flu season.

Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, testifies about coronavirus preparedness and response to the House Government Oversight and Reform Committee on Capitol Hill.

“There’s a possibility that the assault of the virus on our nation next winter will actually be even more difficult than the one we just went through,” CDC Director Robert Redfield said in an interview with The Washington Post. “And when I’ve said this to others, they kind of put their head back, they don’t understand what I mean.”

“We’re going to have the flu epidemic and the coronavirus epidemic at the same time,” he said.

Having two simultaneous respiratory outbreaks would put unimaginable strain on the health-care system, he said. The first wave of covid-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, has already killed more than 42,000 people across the country. It has overwhelmed hospitals and revealed gaping shortages in test kits, ventilators and protective equipment for health-care workers.

In a wide-ranging interview, Redfield said federal and state officials need to use the coming months to prepare for what lies ahead. As stay-at-home orders are lifted, officials need to stress the continued importance of social distancing, he said. They also need to massively scale up their ability to identify the infected through testing and find everyone they interact with through contact tracing. Doing so prevents new cases from becoming larger outbreaks.

Asked about protests against stay-at-home orders and calls on states to be “liberated” from restrictions, Redfield said: “It’s not helpful.” The president himself has tweeted encouragements of such protests, urging followers to “LIBERATE MINNESOTA!” and “LIBERATE MICHIGAN!”

Redfield said that he, along with other members of the White House coronavirus task force, have emphasized the importance of social distancing “and the enormous impact that it’s had on this outbreak in our nation.”

(WE GET IT, WE GET IT.  It’s happening, if you don’t have a mask on – YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO ENTER A PUBLIC FACILITY.)

As part of the White House guidelines released last week for a gradual reopening of the country, testing by CDC teams is already underway in nursing homes in four states for asymptomatic cases. The four states are Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota and Tennessee.

(Why didn’t the CDC enter the nursing homes earlier  and save them – not after the people have died and see how badly they were treated?)

The CDC has also drafted detailed guidance for state and local governments on how they can ease mitigation efforts, moving from drastic restrictions such as stay-at-home orders in a phased way to support a safe reopening. Redfield said that guidance will be “in the public domain shortly.”

The CDC has about 500 staff in the states working on a variety of public health issues, and most will pivot to the covid-19 response, Redfield said. The CDC also plans to hire at least another 650 people as experts to “substantially augment” public health personnel in the states and assist with contact tracing, among other tasks, he said.

But he acknowledged a much larger workforce is needed. Redfield said the agency is talking with state officials about the possibility of using Census Bureau workers and Peace Corps and AmeriCorps volunteers to build “an alternative workforce.”



The numbers told a shocking story: irrespective of whether the country quarantined like Israel, or went about business as usual like Sweden, coronavirus peaked and subsided in the exact same way. In the exact, same, way. His graphs show that all countries experienced seemingly identical coronavirus infection patterns, with the number of infected peaking in the sixth week and rapidly subsiding by the eighth week.


About kommonsentsjane

Enjoys sports and all kinds of music, especially dance music. Playing the keyboard and piano are favorites. Family and friends are very important.
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