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07:32 min | 2 years ago

"red dawn abc news" Discussed on KOMO

"Both the Obama and Bush administrations were frantically emailing each other back and forth about how concerned they truly were about this virus. Call the email chain Red Dawn ABC News chief investigative reporter Josh Margolin was one of the first to tell their story, and we talked about it this week explained to us Red Dawn. Can you get the timeline for us what we're looking at? When These experts were saying, Whoa! We got something going on here. We all know that the story of the pandemic begins back December. At least there. There's an idea that it goes on even goes back even farther than that, But starting in December The Chinese government begins to acknowledge that there is some sort of a problem that there's some sort of Ah viral condition that's that's hard to explain, is not easily cured and is sweeping through. Wuhan in China. The CDC gets its first notifications that confirmed the suspicion and make American officials worried. That first comes in on December 31st As the month of January develops Siri's of email chains begin the e mailers call themselves Red Dawn at it's a tongue in cheek reference to a 1984 you know, Cold War era movie about Patrick Swayze is leading a group of High school kids and 20 somethings Toa protect the Heartland from Soviet invaders. The red Dawn. Email. O's are bunch of current and former Government. Officials. National security experts. National security officials, public health officials infectious disease experts, the small little group Love experts that know about pandemics. It takes on a very, very serious tone because as January develops and comes into February The information they're seeing out of China is concerning to them. They're very concerned by the number of cases that even the Chinese air willing to confirm and they're particularly concerns. About the extreme measures the Chinese are taking to lock down, move on, and they realize that if the Chinese are willing to go to such extreme Steps of shutting down a major commerce and the group on the Red Dawn email chain comes to the conclusion quickly that the problem must be worse. Then is being publicly advertised. And if it's worse, what does that mean? Has there been exponential spread of the virus is their human to human transmission, because you know up to that point The Chinese were insistent that there was no human to human transmission, which is a critical thing as we've come to learn these last few months that The virus can be potent and deadly. But if it's not easily spread person to person, then it poses much less of a problem. The concern here is that you could have a disease that's lethal the way the Corona virus has proven to be, but also can be spread easily. That sets these red dawn email chains on fire because the experts are saying People who run public health for the federal government are not properly alarmed. To the full extent of the crisis that could well be about to hit. When do the public officials find out about this? When did they tell them about this? And what do they do? Also, the red dawn email is actually these are people who have worked in government along with some of the very people who are running the response right now, People at Health and Human Services Department doctor found cheese office Dr Redfield CDC. Ah, lot of people in the government are actually included on these email chains. In fact, there's one particular email chain that we dissected pretty closely where The people in the assistant secretary of Health office where they actually are running the response where they were looking at some of the statistics and numbers crunching that was being done by these Reds on experts. And those people in government are saying holy cow! If this is what the numbers really are, then were absolutely not ready for this. They're concern is that you know, they know a lot about a specific thing and the specific thing they know about it infectious diseases, and they were concerned that the people of government were not properly. Addressing what they perceived to be a colossal crisis heading down the pike. And so they've got. They are informed of all of this things. Let's say the administration is informed of all of this and and says, Look, we've got a serious problem going on right now, and we need to address it. So again the title of the show. How did we get here to where we are now? We knew about it in December January covering this story, as well as covering past crises and and catastrophes and other problems, you know I go back to covering 9 11 I've covered Katrina. I've covered other types, things, obviously Superstorm, Sandy You know the rule that the emergency management officials always talk about is that There are always going to be mistakes in any sort of response to any sort of disaster. You're never going to be able to account for anything. Everything. You're never going to have a 100% right? But this problem associated with Corona virus that we had talked about it in such great length in the show this week and the results of our investigation. Show to us is that the normal mistakes happened then would have happened. Take potentially. But there was all sorts of other things that could have been avoided. The government should have and could have acted so much more quickly the government should have and could have looked at the pandemic playbook. That was there in the National Security Council, the National Security Council, the White House could have taken a more aggressive Overly energetic approach to this and say, Look, we have we have known that pandemics are a possibility for so long. We need to act now because if If we wait, we will not be able to make up for lost time. So that's the problem. You know, the first rule of thie emergency planners always talk about is you can't be weld into a sense of just because it hasn't before. It's not gonna happen now. You know, they're always looking at worst case scenarios and and the point of power investigation was not toe point the finger just for the sake of saying this guy's wrong that woman is bad. That was not the point of all the experts are saying that there still is an opportunity to Corp to course correct. You know, we've had such death. Such devastation. Mistakes have been made Tohave been missteps. But every life that you can save going forward ought to be safe. That's what the experts are saying. We think there's a second wave. We're still in this first way We've been told over and over again, Josh. Thank you so much for your great reporting. Appreciate it. Thanks for having me. Coming.

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"red dawn abc news" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"red dawn abc news" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Is China wasn't being transparent about anything that was happening inside that country. The frustration is that he wanted to get his team there. And to go to one and find out what was going on. But the Chinese were not allowing that as far back as January, some of the nation's foremost disease trackers and former national security officials in both the Obama and Bush administrations were frantically emailing each other back and forth, but how concerned they truly were about this virus. They called the email chain Red Dawn ABC News chief investigative reporter Josh Margolin was one of the first to tell their story, and we talked about it this week explained to us Red Dawn. Can you get the timeline for us what we're looking at? When these experts were saying, Whoa, we got something going on here. We all know that the story of the pandemic begins back December. At least there. There's an idea that it goes on even goes back even farther than that. But starting in December, the Chinese government Begins to acknowledge that there is some sort of a problem that there's some sort of Ah viral condition that's that's hard to explain, is not easily cured and is sweeping through. Wuhan in China. The CDC gets its first notifications that confirm the suspicion and make American officials worried. That first comes in on December 30 1st as the month of January develops a Siri's of email chains begin the e mailers call themselves Red Dawn at it's a tongue in cheek reference to a 1984 you know, Cold War era movie about Patrick Swayze is leading a group of High school kids and 20 somethings Toa protect the Heartland from Soviet invaders. The red Dawn. Email. O's are bunch of current and former government officials. National security experts, national security officials, public health officials, infectious disease experts, the small little group Of experts that know about pandemics. It takes on a very, very serious tone because as January develops and comes into February, the information they're seeing out of China is concerning to them. They're very concerned by the number of cases that even the Chinese air willing to confirm and they're particularly concerns about the extreme measures. The Chinese are taking to lock down Muan and they realize that if the Chinese are willing to go to such extreme Steps of shutting down a major commerce centre. The group on the Red Dawn email chain comes to the conclusion quickly that the problem must be worse, then is being publicly advertised. And if it's worse, what does that mean? Has there been exponential spread of the virus? Is there human to human transmission? Because you know up to that point The Chinese were insistent that there was no you into human transmission, which is a critical thing as we've come to learn these last few months that The virus can be potent and deadly. But if it's not easily spread person to person, then it poses much less of a problem. The concern here is that you could have a disease that's lethal the way the Corona virus has proven to be, but also can be spread easily that sets these red dawn email chains. On fire because the experts are saying the people who run public health for the federal government are not properly alarmed to the full extent of the crisis that could well be about to hit. When do the public officials find out about this? When did they tell them about this? And what do they do? Also the red dawn E mailers. Actually, these are people who have worked in government along with some of the very people who are running the response right now. People at Health and Human Services Department doctor found cheese office Dr Redfield CDC. Ah, lot of people in the government are actually included on these email chains. In fact, there's one particular email chain that we dissect. Did pretty closely where the people in the assistant secretary of health office where they actually are running the response, where they were looking at some of the statistics and numbers crunching that was being done by these reds on experts and those people in governments are saying Holy cow if this is what the number is really our than were absolutely not ready for this. They're concern is that you know, they know. A lot about a specific thing, And the specific thing they know about is infectious diseases, and they were concerned that the people of government were not properly addressing what they perceive to be a colossal crisis heading down the pike. And so they've got that they are informed of all of this things. Let's say the administration is informed of all of this and and says, Look, we've got a serious problem going on right now, and we need to address it. So again the title of the show. How did we get here to where we are now? We knew about it in December, January covering this story, as well as covering past crises and and catastrophes and other problems, you know, I go back to covering 9 11 I've covered Katrina. I've covered other types. Things. Obviously Superstorm, Sandy, you know the rule that the emergency management Officials always talk about is that they're always going to be mistakes in any sort of response to any sort of disaster. You're never going to be able to account for anything. Everything. You're never going to have a 100% right? But this problem associated with Corona buyers that we dock talked about in in such great length in the show this week, and the results of our investigation show to us. Is that the normal mistakes happened then would have happened to potentially. But there was all sorts of other things that could have been avoided. The government should have and could have acted so much more quickly The government should have and could have looked at the pandemic playbook that was there. In the National Security Council, the National Security Council, the White House could have taken a more aggressive Overly energetic approach to this and saying, Look, we have we have known that pandemics are a possibility for so long..

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"red dawn abc news" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"red dawn abc news" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"NEWS senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega documents when President Trump's team first learned about the virus surfacing in Wuhan, China, Really we go way back to get inside of the head off this administration at the time when this virus first broke, and and you'll remember this was a president. This wasn't the administration. In the middle of an impeachment trial. The virus there working hard looks like by April. You know, In theory, when it gets a little warmer, miraculously goes away. Hope that's true, and you'll remember back then these video clips of the president, downplaying repeatedly downplaying what we were hearing coming out of China. I spoke with President XI and they're working very, very hard on. I think it's gonna all work out. Find rough stuff. I tell you rougher ups up, but I think it's gonna work out. Bob was trying to get information in real time exactly what was going on over there. The reality is China wasn't being transparent about anything that was happening inside that country. The frustration is that he wanted to get his team there. And to go to one and find out what was going on. But the Chinese were not allowing that as far back as January, some of the nation's foremost disease trackers and former national security officials in both the Obama and Bush administrations were frantically emailing each other back and forth, but how concerned they truly were about this virus. Call the email chain Red Dawn ABC News chief investigative reporter Josh Margolin was one of the first to tell their story, and we talked about it this week explained to us.

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"red dawn abc news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"red dawn abc news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega documents when President Trump's team first learned about the virus surfacing in Wuhan, China, Really we go way back to get inside of the head off this administration at the time when this virus first broke, and and you'll remember this was a president. This wasn't the administration. In the middle of an impeachment trial. The virus they're working hard. Looks like by April. You know, In theory, when it gets a little warmer, miraculously goes away. Hope that's true. And you'll remember back then these video clips of the president, downplaying repeatedly downplaying what we were hearing coming out of China. I spoke with President XI and they're working very, very hard on. I think it's gonna all work out. Find rough stuff. I tell you rough, rough stuff, but I think it's gonna work out. Bob was trying to get information in real time exactly what was going on over there. The reality is China wasn't being transparent about anything that was happening inside that country. The frustration is that he wanted to get his team there. And to go to one and find out what was going on. But the Chinese were not allowing that as far back as January, some of the nation's foremost disease trackers and former national security officials in both the Obama and Bush administrations were frantically emailing each other back and forth, but how concerned they truly were about this virus. They called the email chain Red Dawn ABC News chief investigative reporter Josh Margolin was one of the first to tell their story, and we talked about it this week explained to us Red Dawn. Can you get the timeline for us what we're looking at? When these experts were saying, Whoa, we got something going on here. We all know that the story.

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"red dawn abc news" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"red dawn abc news" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The reality is China wasn't being transparent about anything that was happening inside that country. The frustration is that he wanted to get his team there. And to go to one and find out what was going on. But the Chinese were not allowing that as far back as January, some of the nation's foremost disease trackers and former national security officials in both the Obama and Bush administrations were frantically emailing each other back and forth about how concerned they truly were about this virus. They called the email chain Red Dawn ABC News chief investigative reporter Josh Margolin was one of the first to tell their story, and we talked about it this week explained to us Red Dawn. Can you get the timeline for us what we're looking at? When these experts were saying, Whoa, we got something going on here. We all know that the story of the pandemic begins back December. At least there. There's an idea that it goes on even goes back even farther than that. But starting in December, the Chinese government Begins to acknowledge that there is some sort of a problem that there's some sort of Ah viral condition that's that's hard to explain, is not easily cured and is sweeping through. Wuhan in China. The CDC gets its first notifications that confirmed the suspicion and make American officials worried. That first comes in on December 31st As the month of January develops Siri's of email chains begin the e mailers Call themselves Red Dawn. It's a tongue in cheek reference to a 1984 you know, Cold War era movie about Patrick Swayze ING leading a group of High school kids and 20 somethings Toa protect the Heartland's from Soviet invaders. The red dawn. Email. Those are bunch of current and former Government. Officials. National security experts. National security officials, public health officials infectious disease experts, the small little group Of experts that know about pandemics. It takes on a very, very serious tone because as January develops and comes into February The information they're seeing out of China is concerning to them. They're very concerned by the number of cases that even the Chinese are willing to confirm and they're particularly concerns about the extreme measures the Chinese are taking. So lock down, move on, and they realize that if the Chinese are willing to go to such extreme steps of shutting down a major commerce centre The group on the Red Dawn email chain comes to the conclusion quickly that the problem must be worse than is being publicly advertised. And if it's worse, what does that mean? Has there been exponential spread of the virus? Is there human to human transmission? Because you know up to that point The Chinese were insistent that there was no human to human transmission, which is a critical thing as we've come to learn these last few months that The virus can be potent and deadly. But if it's not easily spread person to person, then it poses much less of a problem. The concern here is that you could have a disease that's lethal the way the Corona virus has proven to be, but also can be spread easily. That sets these red dawn email chains on fire because the experts are saying People who run Public health for the federal government are not properly alarmed. To the full extent of the crisis that could well be about to hit. When do the public officials find out about this? When did they tell them about this? And what do they do? Also the Reds on e mailers. Actually, these are people who have worked in government along with some of the very people who are running the response right now, People at the Health and Human Services Department doctor found cheese office. Dr Redfield CDC. Ah, lot of people in the government are actually included on these email chains. In fact, there's one particular email chain that we dissected pretty closely where The people in the assistant secretary of Health office where they actually are running the response where they were looking at some of the statistics and numbers crunching that was being done by these red dawn. Experts. And those people in government are saying holy cow! If this is what the numbers really are, then were absolutely not ready for this. They're concern is that you know, they know a lot about a specific thing and the specific thing they know about his infectious diseases, and they were concerned that the people in government were not properly. Addressing what they perceive to be a colossal crisis heading down the pike, and so they've got their informed of all of this things. Let's say the administration is informed of all of this and says, Look, we've got a serious problem going on right now, and we need to address it. So again the title of the show. How did we get here to where we are now? We knew about it in December, January covering this story, as well as covering past crises and and catastrophes and other problems, you know, I go back to covering 9 11 I've covered Katrina. I've covered other types. Things. Obviously Superstorm, Sandy, you know the rule that the emergency management Officials always talk about is that There are always going to be mistakes in any sort of response to any sort of disaster. You're never going to be able to account for anything. Everything. You're never going to have a 100% right? But this problem associated with Corona virus that we had talked about it in such great length in the show this week and the results of our investigation. Show to us is that the normal mistakes happened then would've happened. Take potentially. But there was all sorts of other things that could have been avoided. The government should have and could have acted so much more quickly the government should have and could have looked at the pandemic playbook. That was there in the National Security Council, the National Security Council, the White House could have taken a more aggressive Overly energetic approach to this and say, Look, we have we have known that pandemics are a possibility for so long..

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"red dawn abc news" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"red dawn abc news" Discussed on KOMO

"That was happening inside that country. The frustration is that he wanted to get his team there. And to go to one and find out what was going on. But the Chinese were not allowing as far back as January, some of the nation's foremost disease trackers and former national security officials in both the Obama and Bush administrations were frantically emailing each other back and forth about how concerned they truly were about this virus. They call the email chain Red Dawn, ABC News chief investigative reporter Josh Marco and was one of the first to tell their story, and we talked about it this week explained to us Red Dawn. Can you get the timeline for us what we're looking at? When These experts were saying, Whoa! We got something going on here. We all know that the story of the pandemic begins back December. At least there. There's an idea that it goes on even goes back even farther than that, But starting in December The Chinese government begins to acknowledge that there is some sort of a problem that there's some sort of Ah viral condition that's that's hard to explain, is not easily cured and is sweeping through. Wuhan in China. The CDC gets its first notifications that confirmed the suspicion and make American officials worried. That first comes in on December 31st As the month of January develops, Siri's of email chains begin the E mailers Call themselves Red Dawn, and it's a tongue in cheek reference to a 1984 you know, Cold War era movie about Patrick Swayze is leading a group of High school kids and 20 somethings Toa protect the Heartland from Soviet invaders. The red Dawn. Email. O's are bunch of current and former Government. Officials. National security experts. National security officials, public health officials infectious disease experts, the small little group Of experts that know about pandemics. It takes on a very, very serious tone because as January develops and comes into February The information they're seeing out of China is concerning to them. They're very concerned by the number of cases that even the Chinese air willing to confirm and they're particularly concerns. About the extreme measures the Chinese are taking to lock down, move on, and they realize that if the Chinese are willing to go to such extreme Steps of shutting down a major commerce and the group on the Red Dawn email chain comes to the conclusion quickly that the problem must be worse, then is being publicly advertised. And if it's worse, what does that mean? Has there been exponential spread of the virus? Is there human to human transmission? Because you know up to that point The Chinese were insistent that there was no human to human transmission, which is a critical thing as we've come to learn these last few months that The virus can be potent and deadly. But if it's not easily spread person to person, then it poses much less of a problem. The concern here is that you could have a disease that's lethal the way the Corona virus has proven to be, but also can be spread easily. That sets these red dawn email chains on fire because the experts are saying People who run Public health for the federal government are not properly alarmed. To the full extent of the crisis that could well be about to hit. When do the public officials find out about this? When did they tell them about this? And what do they do? Also the red dawn e mailers. Actually, these are people who have worked in government along with some of the very people who are running the response right now. People at Health and human Services depart Doctor found Cheese office. Dr Redfield CDC. Ah, lot of people in the government are actually included on these email chains. In fact, there's one particular email chain that we dissected pretty closely where The people in the assistant secretary of Health office where they actually are running the response where they were looking at some of the statistics and numbers crunching that was being done by these red dawn. Experts. And those people in government are saying holy cow! If this is what the numbers really are, then were absolutely not ready for this. They're concern is that you know, they know a lot about a specific thing and the specific thing they know about it infectious diseases, and they were concerned that the people of government were not properly. Addressing what they perceived to be a colossal crisis heading down the pike. And so they've got. They are informed of all of this things. Let's say the administration is informed of all of this and and says, Look, we've got a serious problem going on right now, and we need to address it. So again the title of the show. How did we get here to where we are now? We knew about it in December January, covering this story, as well as covering past crises and And catastrophes and other problems. You know, I go back to covering 9 11 I've covered Katrina. I've covered other types. Things. Obviously Superstorm, Sandy, you know the rule that the emergency management Officials always talk about is that There are always going to be mistakes in any sort of response to any sort of disaster. You're never going to be able to account for anything. Everything. You're never going to have a 100% right? But this problem associated with Corona virus that we had talked about it in such great length in the show this week and the results of our investigation. Show to us is that the normal mistakes happened then would have happened to potentially, But there was all sorts of other things that could have been avoided The government Should have and could have acted so much more quickly The government should have and could have looked at the pandemic playbook that was there in the National Security Council, the National Security Council, the White House could have taken a more aggressive Overly Energetic approach to this and say, Look, we have we have known that pandemics are a possibility for so long. We need to act now because if If we wait, we will not be able to make up for lost time. So that's the problem. You know, the first rule of thie emergency planners always talk about is you can't be weld into a sense of just because it hasn't happened before. It's not Now, you know, they're always looking at worst case scenarios and and the point of our investigation was not toe point the finger just for the sake of saying this guy's wrong that woman is bad. That was not the point of all the experts are saying that there still is an opportunity to Corp to course correct. You know, we've had such death. Such devastation mistakes have been made. There have been missteps. But every life that you can save going forward ought to be say That's what the experts are saying. We think there's a second wave. We're still in this first way We've been told over and over again, Josh. Thank you so much for your great reporting. Appreciate it. Thanks for having.

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