Trump vs the Terrible Reporter

By: Lloyd Marcus

During a press conference in which our problem-solver extraordinaire president sought to calm and reassure Americans suffering media-induced corona-madness, a fake news media minion could not resist exploiting the national crisis to attack Trump, bombarding him with absurd “gotcha” questions.

Rather than behaving like a typical Republican, fearfully scrambling for an answer, Trump’s response was, “I think you’re a terrible reporter.” This is why we love Donald J. Trump.

Trump went on to call out the reporter’s anti-American evil low-life intention. Bravo, Mr. President!

The “terrible reporter” was a surrogate for fake news media, Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden, and the Democratic party, who are selfishly attempting to use corona-madness to stop Trump’s reelection. They say screw the economy and emotional-well-being of the American people.

Trump is advised to abandon his instinct of immediately pushing back against media lies and bias. What part of fake news media demonizing everything out of Trump’s mouth do advisors not understand? Trump is damned-if-he-does and damned-if-he-doesn’t.

I believe Trump’s God-given gift is his instincts which have produced a remarkably swift long list of winning achievements for America.  Trump ain’t broke. There is no need to fix him. After three and a half years of enduring unprecedented illegal dark forces launched against him, Trump remains laser-focused on making and keeping America great. Amazing!

Political professionals always advise Republicans to “take the high ground.” Do not push back too hard against Democrats’ horrible policies and lies. Be extremely careful not to use words media can spin against you. Meanwhile, fake news media gives Democrats free reign to flood the airwaves with outrageous lies such as “Republicans want you to die.”  Democrats claim Republicans want to starve children and “see blacks hanging on a tree.”

Republicans’ passivity and fear provides cover for Democrats to negatively brand Republicans and infect every area of American life and culture with anti-Christian and anti-American progressive poison.

Trump is the first Republican president to courageously take a stand, boldly proclaiming that they will not get away with that crap on his watch.

Folks, there is a blessing in the Democrat and fake news medias’ all-consuming hatred for Trump. For decades, they have hidden their anti-American and anti-Christian agendas behind a mask of faux compassion for minorities, women, and the poor. Deranged hatred has caused them to rip off their mask, exposing them as the cruel, cold and calculating traitors they truly are.

By Trump calling out media lies and Democrats’ stupid failed policies, Americans are finally realizing how harmful Democrats are to America. Could this explain why 25% of attendees at Trump rallies are Democrats?

Here are a few Democrat assaults Americans are suffering because Republicans did not push back:

Rev. Jesse Duplantis said mainstream media is using the coronavirus to force Americans into worshiping their false god of fear. Rachel Maddow called for Trump to be banned from the airwaves for not embracing fake news media’s be-afraid, be-very-afraid corona-madness narrative.

My wife Mary and I shopped for groceries. In Walmart and other stores, shelves were strikingly empty. I realize this is anecdotal, but I could not help noticing a calmness in the air, shoppers were extra polite. Have we progressed beyond the initial panic which caused shoppers to fight over toilet paper? Are president Trump’s swift actions, informative press conferences and strong calm leadership working?

“Blessed are you when others (fake news media) revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you falsely on my account.” Matthew 5-11

Trump is truly enduring false accusations and unfair persecution for protecting religious liberty, innocent unborn life, everyday Americans and wisely dealing with a national crisis.

I am grateful that Trump continues to trust his God-given instincts. Roll on Mr. President. We the People are with you.

Lloyd Marcus, The Unhyphenated American
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Hey CNN/MSNBC for 15 Years, it has Been China’s SARS-CoV

By: Denise Simon | Founders Code

So, President Trump is right… how about media being real journalists for a change? Tell Hillary, CNN and the rest that Trump is hardly “racist” and “xenophobic.”

Let’s travel over to Basel, Switzerland shall we?

Primer: MDPI is the Molecular Diversity Preservation International/Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute founded in 1996 located in Basel. The organization is an open access repository of medical journals where each paper has citations from medical academics and experts. Health issues include various human health conditions such as obesity, autism, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, and many, many others.

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So, media, when it comes to China and SAR-CoV, review their summary. (BTW, it is full of citations)

1. Introduction

Fifteen years after the first highly pathogenic human coronavirus caused the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV) outbreak, another severe acute diarrhea syndrome coronavirus (SADS-CoV) devastated livestock production by causing fatal diseases in pigs. Both outbreaks began in China and were caused by coronaviruses of bat origin [1,2]. This increased the urgency to study bat coronaviruses in China to understand their potential of causing another virus outbreak.

In this review, we collected information from past epidemiology studies on bat coronaviruses in China, including the virus species identified, their host species, and their geographical distributions. We also discuss the future prospects of bat coronaviruses cross-species transmission and spread in China.

2. Why Study Bat Coronaviruses in China?

2.1. Coronavirus Taxonomy

Coronaviruses (CoVs) belong to the subfamily Orthocoronavirinae in the family Coronaviridae and the order Nidovirales. CoVs have an enveloped, crown-like viral particle from which they were named after. The CoV genome is a positive-sense, single-strand RNA (+ssRNA), 27–32 kb in size, which is the second largest of all RNA virus genomes. Typically, two thirds of the genomic RNA encodes for two large overlapping polyproteins, ORF1a and ORF1b, that are processed into the viral polymerase (RdRp) and other nonstructural proteins involved in RNA synthesis or host response modulation. The other third of the genome encodes for four structural proteins (spike (S), envelope (E), membrane (M), and nucleocapsid (N)) and other accessory proteins. While the ORF1a/ORF1b and the four structural proteins are relatively consistent, the length of the CoV genome is largely dependent on the number and size of accessory proteins [3].

Compared with other RNA viruses, the expanded genome size of CoVs is believed to be associated with increased replication fidelity, after acquiring genes encoding RNA-processing enzymes [4]. Genome expansion further facilitates the acquisition of genes encoding accessory proteins that are beneficial for CoVs to adapt to a specific host [5]. As a result, genome changes caused by recombination, gene interchange, and gene insertion or deletion are common among CoVs. The CoV subfamily is expanding rapidly, due to the application of next generation sequencing which has increased the detection and identification of new CoV species. As a result, CoV taxonomy is constantly changing. According to the latest International Committee of Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV) classification, there are four genera (α-, β-, δ-, and γ-) consisting of thirty-eight unique species in the subfamily [6]. The number of species will continue to increase, as there are still many unclassified CoVs [7,8].

CoVs cause disease in a variety of domestic and wild animals as well as in humans, where α- and β-CoVs mainly infect mammals and γ- and δ-CoVs mainly infect birds (Table 1). Two highly pathogenic β-CoVs, SARS-CoV, and MERS-CoV have caused pandemics in humans since 2002 [1,9]. Originating in China and then spreading to other parts of the world, SARS-CoV infected around 8000 individuals with an overall mortality of 10% during the 2002–2003 pandemic [1]. Since its emergence in 2012 in the Middle East, MERS-CoV spread to 27 countries, resulting in 2249 laboratory-confirmed cases of infection with an average mortality of 35.5% (until September 2018) [9]. Besides these two viruses, α-CoVs 229E and NL63 and β-CoVs OC43 and HKU1 can also cause respiratory diseases in humans [10]. Moreover, CoVs cause pandemic disease in domestic and wild animals (Table 1). SADS-CoV was recently identified as the etiological agent responsible for a large-scale outbreak of fatal disease in pigs in China that caused the death of more than 20,000 piglets [2]. Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) and transmissible gastroenteritis virus (TGEV) that belong to α-CoV and porcine δ-CoV (PDCoV) are also important emerging and re-emerging viruses in pigs that pose significant economic threat to the swine industry [11]. In addition, avian infectious bronchitis virus (IBV, γ-CoV) causes a highly contagious disease that affects poultry production worldwide [12]. Coronaviruses have also been associated with catarrhal gastroenteritis in mink (MCoV) and whale deaths (BWCoV-SW1) [13,14].

Read on here if you need to.

Wonder if candidate Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders will reveal this as truth in their ad attacks?