I am weary of the total lies spread by that mental midget Donald the Orange about how this country was caught flat footed by the spread of this virus…..
If he would learn to read then he would have been able to handle this disease in an effective way instead of the slap shot crap we have had from the president.
I give my readers all the tools they need to make rational decisions….and yet few take them…..
Here are the two “playbooks” that were available to the idiot in the White House.
(I include them but I know that very few will take the time to read them and will continue to believe the manure spread by that person pretending to be the leader of the free world….and if so they are contributing to the deaths from this virus)
First the Pandemic Influenza Implementation Plan issued by Homeland Security in 2006.
The Trump administration, state officials and even individual hospital workers are now racing against each other to get the necessary masks, gloves and other safety equipment to fight coronavirus — a scramble that hospitals and doctors say has come too late and left them at risk. But according to a previously unrevealed White House playbook, the government should’ve begun a federal-wide effort to procure that personal protective equipment at least two months ago.
“Is there sufficient personal protective equipment for healthcare workers who are providing medical care?” the playbook instructs its readers, as one early decision that officials should address when facing a potential pandemic. “If YES: What are the triggers to signal exhaustion of supplies? Are additional supplies available? If NO: Should the Strategic National Stockpile release PPE to states?”
Secondly, the playbook from the National Security Council……The Playbook For Early Response To High-Consequence Emerging Infectious Disease Threats…….
Did you read the title and the important part “early response”?
President Donald Trump and members of his coronavirus task force are pushing officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to change how the agency works with states to count coronavirus-related deaths. And they’re pushing for revisions that could lead to far fewer deaths being counted than originally reported, according to five administration officials working on the government’s response to the pandemic.
Though he has previously publicly attested to the accuracy of the COVID-19 death count, the president in recent weeks has privately raised suspicion about the number of fatalities in the United States, which recently eclipsed 80,000 recorded deaths. In talks with top officials, Trump has suggested that those numbers could have been incorrectly tallied or even inflated by current methodology, two individuals with knowledge of those private comments said.