He is Jealous of Fauci And 
T-RUMP Keeps Lying and Lying 

  • But where someone else's suffering might not be enough to move the President, a trend that makes him look bad may. In this case the political polls made it clear that he risked a humiliating loss if he didn't turn around public opinion on his pandemic response. He also, apparently, started to feel envious of Fauci who, polls show, is more trusted on COVID-19 than the President. 

  • Trump's irritation over Fauci's popularity was evident when, after the doctor threw out the first pitch at a Major League ball game, the President surprised his staff by saying he was going to do the same thing at Yankee Stadium next month. (T-RUMP later canceled.) 

  • Then, during his Tuesday afternoon coronavirus rating, the President seemed irritated by Fauci's approval ratings. "So it sort of is curious," Trump said, "a man works for us, with us, very closely, Dr. Fauci and Dr. [Deborah] Birx also, very highly thought of — and yet, they’re highly thought of, but T-RUMP said nobody likes me?

Well, this one is simple, can you blame them?  People really do care, they know you are a lying scumbag, no one likes a liar and a scumbag, you are full of hatred, your friends are all crooks, you are a cheating, lying bastard who’s day has come… and you are definitively sick and need medical grade mental health help and a padded cell. 

  • Stop for a moment and let this sink in. The President is complaining about the public respect for a public health expert who has offered steady advice to the country in its moment of great anguish. 

  • A normal leader would be grateful for a man like Fauci and follow his advice whenever possible. T-RUMP has, instead, made a habit of contradicting his adviser and now, like a child seems envious of him.

  • It is appalling that while tens of thousands of American dead didn't appear to move him, Trump only donned a mask in public after being briefed on his political peril. Nevertheless, Americans could have prayed that the politics of the latter had forced him to change tack. Better late than never. 

  • However, it turns out that the President really isn't capable of changing direction and doing the right thing to save American lives. Left to his own devices, and presumably alone with his Twitter account, he fell right back into irresponsibly touting a bogus drug treatment and pouting about a medical expert who really is a national treasure, while touting a zombies allies loving frickin moron

  • Washington (CNN)  —  Our incredibly sick and demented President Donald T-RUMP called Dr. Anthony Fauci “  little bit of an alarmist” on Sunday as the coronavirus pandemic worsens and the nation's top infectious disease expert urges elected officials to implement more health safety measures.  Hey schmuck, Donald what do you call 155,000 dead Americans, much of the blood on your hands,  you lieing bastard… And latest poll and models show 230-245,000 will die by November.

  • In an interview on “ Fox News Sunday,”  where lies are born and breast fed, T-RUMP also defended his relationship with Fauci, which has been in the spotlight in recent days after a series of comments by the President and moves by the White House raised questions about Fauci’s standing with the administration amid the crisis. 

Bullsh*T, He Has Backstabbed Fauci At Every  Turn… And Stop Sign

  • "Dr. Fauci's made some mistakes, but I have a very good -- I spoke to him yesterday at length -- I have a very good relationship with Dr. Fauci," Trump said. "He's a little bit of an alarmist -- that's OK."   T-RUMP in the interview listed several “mistakes” he said Fauci has made in recent months, including his original stance on the wearing of masks.  

T-RUMP — 155,000 Dead 240,00 Potential And You Call him An Alarmist…

  • You have to be kidding… or the dumbest schmuck on the planet, “ a good relationship”, I doubt it, unless my brain is disemboweled I would call it tedious, tenuous and not exactly tepid…  And thinking out loud I believe he thinks you are a frickin moron…( being nice today)

👺 Truth From A Most Reliable Source (CNN) 

The US has topped 4.5 million infections and 155,000 deaths since the pandemic began, and a leading expert says thousands more Americans could lose their lives in the coming months.  7/30/2020  Almost all of them.

"If you look at the deaths as they're occurring right now -- about 1,000 per day -- unless we get our arms around this and get it suppressed, we are going to have further suffering and further death," said Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert. "That's the reason why, as I've often said many, many times, there are things that we can do right now in the absence of a vaccine that can turn us around," he added.

While there’s still no guarantee the vaccines being developed will prove effective, at least one vaccine trial in the US has entered its third phase. In the meantime, health officials are urging states to implement stricter measures after weeks of surges in new cases following re-openings that mostly began in May. Nationwide, there have been more than 1,000 deaths five times in the past week. And in hospitals throughout several states, doctors report more incoming patients and maxed out ICUs. 

While President Donald Trump said Monday some governors should be quicker about reopening states, White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx said over the weekend there are states showing a concerning increase in positivity rates and new cases. Those states include Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia. Health experts, she said, recommending "100% of people" wear masks in all indoor public places and that social and indoor gatherings are limited to less than 10 people. 

Across the US, at least 27 states hit a pause or rolled back those reopening plans and imposed new restrictions. More than 40 states have some kind of mask requirement in place.  

Birx said that among the states officials are tracking, there seems to be a "household" pattern of infections that starts with young people, usually less than 30 years old. Those residents, who are usually asymptomatic, then transmit the virus to their parents who then transmit it to other, older residents, she said. 


What Does The Coronavirus Do To Your Body? 

Everything You Need To Know About The Infection Process 
 ( Edited USA Every Day and CNN For Truth )

T-Rump Lies… Who Tells The Truth
Americans are taking precautions against the novel COVID-19 that causes the disease sickening and killing thousands worldwide.  The World Health Organization ( WHO)  and US Centers for Disease Control ( CDC) and Prevention advise the public be watchful for fever, dry cough and shortness of breath, symptoms that follow contraction of the new COVID-19 known as SARS-CoV-2.  

  • From infection, it takes approximately five to 12 days for symptoms to appear. According to the CDCthe virus can spread person-to-person within 6 feet through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes.  It’s also possible for the virus to remain on a surface or object, be transferred by touch and enter the body through the mouth, nose or eyes.

  • “It’s a respiratory virus and thus it enters through the respiratory tract, we think primarily through the nose,” he said. “But it might be able to get in through the eyes and mouth because that’s how other respiratory viruses behave.”  When the virus enters the body, it begins to attack. Fever, cough and other COVID-19 symptoms and It can take two to 14 days for a person to develop symptoms after initial exposure to the virus, Hirsch said. The average is about five days.

  • Once inside the body, it begins infecting epithelial cells in the lining of the lung. A protein on the receptors of the virus can attach to a host cell's receptors and penetrate the cell. Inside the host cell, the virus begins to replicate until it kills the cell.  This first takes place in the upper respiratory tract, which includes the nose, mouth, larynx and bronchi.
    The patient begins to experience mild version of symptoms: dry cough, shortness of breath, fever and headache and muscle pain and tiredness, comparable to the flu.
    Some say some patients have reported gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea and diarrhea, however it’s relatively uncommon. 

  • Symptoms become more severe once the infection starts making its way to the lower respiratory tract.
  • More than one hundred fifty- five thousand Americans are dead ( 154,000 on the books, 1900 pending) from the virus and thousands are overflowing in the hospitals and the vulnerable in the nursing homes is a greater threat now as many in the Intensive Care Unit mostly unconscious being fed breathing by machine is basically keeping them alive.  

  • Younger people respond better to the ventilators but critical care ICU patients of age are having a rough go, they are not making it. It is estimated we will hit the 240,000 mark by November.  I think sooner as we open up the rules for political pressure by the Fuehrer we will spike again.  So say the scientists. One kid with a virus in a bus can imprint the virus in the other fifty kids

  • While the best defenses include basic precautions like hand washing, staying calm, and protecting medical workers, we face more difficulties. The disease is transmitted with relative ease (evidently between people, through the air, like influenza and unlike Ebola, SARS, and MERS), and the timing seems to be bad. Currently there are seven other virus’s like Ebola doing their piece all over the world… It sustains on metal objects longer than most thus rails, metal chairs etc are susceptible as transmitters.

  • The WHO reported last month about 80% of patients have a mild to moderate disease from infection. A case of “ Mild” COVID-19 includes a fever and cough more severe than the seasonal flu but does not require hospitalization.  Those milder cases are because the body’s immune response is able to contain the virus in the upper respiratory tract, Hirsch says. Younger patients have a more vigorous immune response compared to older patients.

  • The 13.8% of severe cases and 6.1% critical cases are due to the virus trekking down the windpipe and entering the lower respiratory tract, where it seems to prefer growing.  “The lungs are the major target,” Hirsch said.   As the virus continues to replicate and journeys further down the windpipe and into the lung, it can cause more respiratory problems like bronchitis and pneumonia.   
    Pneumonia is characterized by shortness of breath combined with a cough and affects tiny air sacs in the lungs, called alveoli, Viscidi said. The alveoli are where oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged.  When pneumonia occurs, the thin layer of alveolar cells is damaged by the virus. The body reacts by sending immune cells to the lung to fight it off. "And that results in the linings becoming thicker than normal," he said. "As they thicken more and more, they essentially choke off the little air pocket, which is what you need to get the oxygen to your blood." “So it’s basically a war between the host response and the virus,” Hirsch said. “Depending who wins this war we have either good outcomes where patients recover or bad outcomes where they don’t.”

  • Restricting oxygen to the bloodstream deprives other major organs of oxygen including the liver, kidney and brain. In a small number of severe cases that can develop into acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), which requires a patient be placed on a ventilator to supply oxygen. 
    However, if too much of the lung is damaged and not enough oxygen is supplied to the rest of the body, respiratory failure could lead to organ failure and death. 
    iscidi stresses that outcome is uncommon for the majority of patients infected with coronavirus. Those most at risk to severe developments are older than 70 and have weak immune responses. Others at risk include people with pulmonary abnormalities, chronic disease or compromised immune systems, such as cancer patients who have gone through chemotherapy treatment. 
  • Viscidi urges to public to think of the coronavirus like the flu because it goes through the same process within the body. Many people contract the flu and recover with no complications.   "People should remember that they're as healthy as they feel," he said. “And shouldn’t go around feeling as unhealthy as they fear.” 
  • For the ignoramuses that thought COVID-19 came from Mexico, you truly exemplify mental illness and should be buried underneath T-RUMPS wall for f*cked-up idiots.  ( Not a joke some schmucks thought it was revenge) 

😇  Dr. FAUCI — The One We Believe In

  • Fauci said some states “ Went too fast” in reopening, while others followed the guidelines, “  But the people in the state didn’t listen and just threw caution to the wind.”   The nation’s top infectious disease expert said simple public health measures such as closing bars, spacing out seating at restaurants, avoiding crowds and wearing masks will curb the increase in cases.  “Guarantee you’re going to see that curve come down,”.

  • “ I  think as we get into 2021, several months in, that you would have a vaccine that would be widely available to people in the United States,” Fauci told the Washington Post’s Bob Costa during a Post Live event.  That means spring 2021 at the soonest.   Fauci noted that some companies have claimed they could have a vaccine available before the end of the year. “I  m a little skeptical about that, but, you know, anything is possible,” he told the Post.

  • But Fauci says he’s confident a vaccine will be able to stop the pandemic in its tracks, once it’s widely available.  Fauci also said that as many people as possible should get vaccinated for influenza this year, since the pandemic will complicate flu season.

  • The other sobering message came from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  A new survey found that COVID-19 symptoms can linger for weeks, even among otherwise healthy young adults who don’t have severe symptoms. One in five people 18 to 34 said they had lingering symptoms, usually fatigue or a cough. The older people were, the more likely they were to have lingering symptoms.

  • Dr. Fauci’s assessment comes after the US hit a sobering 4 million cases of Covid-19 and the rising daily rate of confirmed cases and hospitalizations suggest the virus is far from under control, medical experts are urging political leaders to shut down the country and start over to contain the pandemic.

  • More than 150 prominent US medical experts, scientists, teachers, nurses and others have signed a letter to political leaders urging them to shut down the country and start over to contain the surging COVID-19 pandemic.  

  •  “ Right now we are on a path to lose more than 230,000 American lives by November 1st. Yet, in many states people can drink in bars, get a haircut, eat inside a restaurant, get a tattoo, get a massage, and do myriad other normal, pleasant, but non-essential activities,” the letter said. And get COVID-19 and die as a bonus….
    COVID-19 is set to become a leading cause of death in the US, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention mortality statisticians told CNN.

😟 Animal Infections  Fact or Fiction….Fact!

  • Research on SARS-COV-2  in animals is limited, but studies are underway to learn more about how this virus can affect different animals.   Recent research shows that ferrets, cats, and golden Syrian hamsters can be experimentally infected with the virus and can spread the infection to other animals of the same species in laboratory settings.

  • A number of studies have investigated non-human primates as models for human infection. Rhesus macaques, Cynomolgus macaques, Grivets, and common marmosets can become infected SARS-CoV-2 and become sick in a laboratory setting.   Mice, pigs, chickens, and ducks do not seem to become infected or spread the infection based on results from these studies.

  • Data from one study suggest some dogs can get infected but might not spread the virus to other dogs as easily compared to cats and ferrets, which can easily spread the virus to other animals of the same species but two cases of dogs dying from the virus.  These findings were based on a small number of animals, and do not show whether animals can spread infection to people. More studies are needed to understand if and how different animals could be affected by COVID-19.
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