Cove, Dr Fauci, President Trump discussed on Ernie Brown
In 2005 led to the election of six officials in Birmingham, England, and there's a huge history of fraud in Mexico. But no, no, no, no, nothing to worry about. Nothing to see here. It's just the president being crazy on Twitter and let's let's move along. 855 400 Savage Get you onboard the program 855 400 Savage in urine onto cova. Dr Fauci Back in the news, Dr Fauci. So say we don't have to walk down again. Okay? I thought I was going to tell me to wear goggles and a fez hat and tap shoes because we're always adding something to the uniforms to avoid. The Corona virus. But now he says that we can avoid having another extended shutdown to control the virus. I like that idea of tap shoes. What if everybody was wearing tap shoes? Put a little smile on your face on? I don't think that'd be good. Americans if you just follow the basic health safety measures. You don't lock down again. So saying, Look, if you do the washing your hands and wearing the mask when you need to, and social distancing and those kind of things you don't need to lock down again. Well, good. I hope everybody's listening, but know this will be the time that they don't listen to Dr Fauci. Because You gotta listen to Neil Cash. Karrie, president of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve back he was interviewed on Cbsface the nation right? And he said the best way to control the virus in the U. S. Ah, hard lock down. Hard luck, but we did a hard lock down. Well, we did a kind of heart. We did a a soft locked out. We got a hard log down where we're supposed to be 15 days to stop the spread or slow the spread really cause you can't stop it because as soon as you open up again, it's going to start again. This what we talked about on the show. Months ago. She listen, I understand. We want to slow it down enough so that we can quote Bend the curve so that we don't overwhelm the hospitals. We've got to make sure that we have time for that. We've got to increase our testing. Great. We've done all that. Well, well, well, You need to do it again. Then. Then what? And then you started all over again, And in the meantime, more business or closing, more people have lost their jobs. The economy is in a shambles. There's more mental health issues. No way. I've got a ton of stories about the mental physical health of the unintended consequences of the lock down for Corona virus, But no, no. I mean, if we were to lock down really hard, I know he'd even suggested people will be frustrated by it. But if we were to lock down hard for a month or six weeks A month or six waits. We could get the case count down. So are testing in our contract. Tracing was actually enough to control it the way it's happening in the Northeast. Right now, they had a rocky start, but they're doing a pretty good job right now know the reason that it's slowed down in the Northeast is everybody already got sick and died. I mean, let's be on. We're talking about 567 times higher death rate per capita than anywhere else in the United States. In New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, But now we're being told it's because they did it the right way. Are you kidding? No, this is nonsense. Nonsense, And yet they keep just pumping out the nonsense. At least we have a couple of honest people. Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the CDC. You saw this right? He admitted that hospitals get reimbursed Mohr from the government. When one of their patients who dies Is listed as a covert 19 patient. So, yes, there's an incentive to say this person died from Cove in 19 even if they didn't even if that wasn't the main reason for death. I mean, I'm sure most people don't do it. But there is an incentive. One of the people that was listed. As dead from Cove in 19 had a gunshot to the head. I can't make this stuff up. There was the one in Orlando. Remember, the doctor came out and admitted that the guy was in a motorcycle accident. Like I mean, really messed up from the motorcycle accident. That's what killed him. But he also had Cove in 19. And who are we to say that Cove in 19 didn't cause them to have accidents. I can't make this stuff up. That's what they're saying. So we don't even know how honest these numbers are that that's what's getting so frustrating. I can't trust my media. I can't even trust my hospitals. I can't trust some of these doctors because they want to be on the cover of InStyle magazine and threw out the first pitch at the Nationals game instead of actually doing their job. I don't know who I can trust. And so I've got to read as much as I can and try and sift through and try and see if I can find some kind of nuggets of truth in there. And then we've got these power hungry mayors and governors. You see, the L. A mayor is ordering the department of water and power to shut off. Lights and water two houses that hose host big parties. No. I thought maybe you need to pass a law before he could do something like that, and I I don't understand how that could possibly be legal. I mean, wouldn't when there there are certain cities that you can't shut off somebody's power, even if they don't pay the bill. I mean, you've got to go there first to make sure that they don't really need the power, You know. I mean, they might have a ventilator or something. You turn that off, They die. But if they're having a party, you just go ahead and turn it off. So are we. Passing laws were just making decrees. We got a little audio this to give you just kind of a sample of what these people are doing and how far they're going. I mean, Here it is. Cut. 10 please. Thie Mayor Garcetti on what they're going to do. If you have a big party, these large parties are unsafe and can cost Angelenos their lives. That is why tonight I am authorizing the city to shut off Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Service in the egregious cases in which houses, businesses and other venues. Are hosting unpermitted large gatherings. Starting on Friday night. If the LAPD responds and verifies that a large gathering is occurring at a property and we see these.