“False Hope” in the days of the Coronavirus

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NBC’s @PeterAlexander accuses Trump of putting “positive spin” on #COVID19 response and giving Americans “false hope”

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Australia’s first coronavirus case was diagnosed just 51 days ago, on January 25. By last Friday, that number had increased to 197. On Saturday it grew to 220. And yesterday it leapt to 298.

Once upon a time, the Australian government was condemned as racist for placing Australian citizens returned from China in quarantine on Christmas Island.

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2 thoughts on ““False Hope” in the days of the Coronavirus”


    That’s not good for those who wanted to seize even more power – which is probably why you haven’t heard about it.

    President Trump, even surrounded by carriers of Wuhan virus, is not affected.
    He told us.
    The chief knows the secret, but his ‘advisors’ have it on hold.

    FACT- Hydroxychloroquinine has been used for malaria – which I contracted 35 years ago in South America – and has been proven effective against the Wuhan virus, which uses a similar mechanism to attack humans.

  2. Andrew Torba [Verified Account] @a
    Florida coronavirus patient lives on thanks to Trump-backed drug

    Florida coronavirus patient lives on thanks to Trump-backed drug | Trends
    A Florida man diagnosed with coronavirus claims he was saved from certain death by an anti-malarial drug touted as a possible treatment by President Trump.


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