“That was when they suspended the Constitution. They said it would be temporary. There wasn’t even any rioting in the streets. People stayed home at night, watching television, looking for some direction. There wasn’t even an enemy you could put your finger on.” – Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale
Billion dollar algorithms be damned, the people’s media platforms are teeming with unanswered questions, not quite choreographed but there’s a definite chorus building. Between tall crests of hysteria, reasoned banter can be heard at the depths of every trough. A palpable energy pervades the air: part disbelief, part fear. Wavelength intensifying, the questions at the bottom of every wave get more frequent, more frequent, more frequent. Where… Panic! are… Fear! all… Terror! the… Hysteria! ill?
Bleak broadcasts of military might on our highways at home rarely give way to shows of love for first responders. In Italy, in London, in America. Nothing unites people like a collective enemy—
Inundated by a billion articles, offended by a thousand nanny-state policies and economic collapses, rolling off the set of what looks from most angles like a poorly produced B-grade movie.
It’s time to pull the curtain back.
Why? To incite hatred against people in the public and private sector who foresaw this? Hardly. Or at those who could have stopped its spread? Not at all. I’ll be bitter at times but I share this story for only two reasons, the first for what we can learn from it, the second because it gives more hope than present circumstance. That an international body of some pretty brilliant minds already planned its every move, the fear and threat of the coronavirus become more manageable, more understandable.
1. USA Today previously ruled the following statement false: “Fact check: A Bill Gates-backed pandemic simulation in October did not predict COVID-19”
USA Today fact-checked it with the following sources:
“Our fact-check sources:
” • Center for Health Security, Event 201
” • Johns Hopkins University, Statement about nCoV and our pandemic exercise
” • Johns Hopkins University, Pandemic simulation exercise spotlights massive preparedness gap
” • Johns Hopkins University, What is a coronavirus?”
The very people who held the simulation.
2. Facebook partner FactCheck.org previously ruled: “New Coronavirus Wasn’t ‘Predicted’ In Simulation”
They state, “Editor’s note: FactCheck.org is one of several organizations working with Facebook to debunk misinformation shared on social media.”
FaceCheck.org verified this with the following sources:
” • The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
” • Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, Event 201 Videos
” • Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, Press Release
” • Pirbright Institute, funded by Bill Gates
” • Hamer, David. Professor of global health and medicine, Boston University.
” • McDonald, Jessica. “Social Media Posts Spread Bogus Coronavirus Conspiracy Theory.”
Four of six sources are the very people who held the simulation.
The following conflicts of interest are entirely ignored by FactCheck.org:
• 28 March 2020: “Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg are working together to fund research for COVID-19 treatments as the pandemic continues to spread”
• 10 Sept 2018: “Bill Gates says Mark Zuckerberg ‘owes me’ for warning him about Washington, D.C.”
• “Zuckerberg’s friends describe his travails as a by-product of his success. He is often compared to another Harvard dropout, Bill Gates, who has been his mentor in business and philanthropy.” – The New Yorker.
3. For the World Health Organization’s complete Advice to Public on COVID-19, click here.)
EVENT 201: FULL DRESS REHEARSAL
“Please remind audiences
THIS IS A FICTIONAL EXERCISE AND DISEASE.”
– Event 201 Media Advisory
Most people are unaware of an event that took place on 18 October 2019 in New York City. “Event 201: A Global Pandemic Exercise” despite the fact that “Event 201 simulates an outbreak of a novel zoonotic coronavirus,” which the Event 201 official scenario says was, “transmitted from bats to pigs to people that eventually becomes efficiently transmissible from person to person, leading to a severe pandemic.”
The deeper we dive, the more clarity we earn, so a full line-by-line analysis of the Scenario is in order. To understand how prescient the global pandemic planning exercise ending up becoming, we’ll compare the Scenario to the much later official pronouncements of how the actual Coronavirus unfolded — only this time, in the real world and on a global stage.
EVENT 201 SCENARIO
“Event 201 simulates an outbreak of a novel zoonotic coronavirus transmitted from bats to pigs to people…”
The novel coronavirus, aka SARS-CoV-2, is, in fact, zoonotic and by all official accounts to this day, it was transmitted from bats. “The SARS-CoV-2 virus is a betacoronavirus, like MERS-CoV and SARS-CoV. All three of these viruses have their origins in bats,” the CDC says. COVID-19 didn’t, however, transmit from bats to pigs as the script says, but to an as-yet-unknown mammal.
• “…that eventually becomes efficiently transmissible from person to person, leading to a severe pandemic.”
Sure enough, on 11 March 2020, and for the first time since 2009 — when 60.8 million people contracted H1N1 (Swine Flu) — Director General of the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. “There are now more than 118,000 cases [emphasis added] in 114 countries, and 4,291 people have lost their lives,” he said, adding, that 90% of cases were in just four (4) countries, two of which already had “significantly declining epidemics.” Eighty-one other countries had reported zero cases, while another 57 countries reported 10 cases or less.
Thus, two sentences into the Event 201 Scenario, we are almost word for word in it predicting what would occur just 30 days later, when “China’s first confirmed COVID-19 case traced back to November 17.”
It’s also worth mentioning that on the very day that Event 201 was held in New York, the Military World Games were being held in Wuhan, China: 10 days of games involving a record 9,308 military athletes from more than 100 countries. They competed in 27 separate events for 329 gold medals. Chinese military athletes took home 239 medals. Second only to the Olympic Games, this is the largest sports event in the world.
For 2019, Military World Games firsts included:
— first time the games were all held in the same city
— first time the games were staged outside of a military base
— first time TV & Virtual Reality systems were powered by 5G
The military world games concluded on 27 October. Five days later, on 1 November 2019, China launched the world’s largest 5G network. (Sixteen days after that launch, the first person in the world contracts Coronavirus in Wuhan, China — a fact that won’t be known until mid December.)
Pandemic criteria had also changed in 2009, sparking controversy. “Some have argued that not only was the definition changed, but that it was done to pave the way for declaring a pandemic,” a 2011 Bulletin of the World Health Organization says.
Though largely denied, supporting this claim of pandemic redefinition is the fact that when compared to the June 2009 Swine Flu pandemic declaration, Coronavirus cases amounted to only 12% of just the United States’ cases of H1N1 — a million US H1N1 cases as of May 2009.
• “The pathogen and the disease it causes are modeled largely on SARS, but it is more transmissible in the community setting by people with mild symptoms.
So, is this “novel zoonotic coronavirus” in fact “modeled largely on SARS”? The World Health Organization gives us our answer: “The virus that causes COVID-19 and the one that caused the outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in 2003 are related to each other genetically, but the diseases they cause are quite different.” Check. Modeled largely on.
And further, is our Scenario’s “novel zoonotic coronavirus” in fact “more transmissible in the community setting”? Again, yes, and here’s our answer direct from the WHO: “SARS was more deadly but much less infectious than COVID-19.”
The word WHO uses is “infectious,” which means, “likely to be transmitted to people, organisms, etc., through the environment.” Realize, the coronavirus is the alpha of the two — more easily transmissible than SARS? Another check. It is not however, more deadly.
• “The disease starts in pig farms in Brazil, quietly and slowly at first, but then it starts to spread more rapidly in healthcare settings. When it starts to spread efficiently from person to person in the low-income, densely packed neighborhoods of some of the megacities in South America, the epidemic explodes.”
Here we have a location deviation from the Scenario — the coronavirus started in China, not in Brazilian pig farms. Why? History chimes in. We did have an African Swine Fever outbreak in Brazil from 1978 to November 1981. The lethality rate of ASF averaged 72.64%, but in 18 of 26 outbreaks, it reached 100%.
For purposes of our Scenario, it isn’t necessary to speculate too long on or attempt to explain why the deviation in country occurred: Coronavirus started in China, not in Brazil as drilled. But it’s worth mentioning that one of the most notable aspect of the 1978 Brazilian ASF outbreak is that in four years, it spread to no other country. What happens in Brazil stays in Brazil.
Brazil has a population of 209.3 Million; China, a population of 1.386 Billion. Brazil welcomes 6.5 million tourists yearly; China, 415 million. In a loosely relatable comparative, the 2003 SARS epidemic originated in China and by the time the global outbreak was contained, SARS had spread to 26 countries, infected more than 8,000 people and killed 10% of them.
• “It is first exported by air travel to Portugal, the United States, and China and then to many other countries. Although at first some countries are able to control it, it continues to spread and be reintroduced, and eventually no country can maintain control.”
The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, was exported from China by air travel to:
— Thailand on 13 January 2020, in a woman arriving from Wuhan.
— Japan on 16 January, in a man who had also visited Wuhan.
— The United States, Nepal, France, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Vietnam and Taiwan in the days shortly after 16 January.
What happens in China doesn’t stay in China. COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic by the WHO on 11 March 2020, with a relative handful of cases in 114 countries. Certainly, grossly insufficient cases to cancel the most popular sport in the world — and in China, shut down all US small businesses, etc., etc., etc.
• “There is no possibility of a vaccine being available in the first year. There is a fictional antiviral drug that can help the sick but not significantly limit spread of the disease.
Again, true to the Event 201 Scenario, both the CDC and global media outlets are currently reporting exactly that: “It is unlikely a vaccine will be available for mass distribution within the year, even with recent advancements in medical technology.”
• “Since the whole human population is susceptible, during the initial months of the pandemic, the cumulative number of cases increases exponentially, doubling every week.
Exponential growth simply means that as you go from one day to the next, the growth or expansion involves multiplying by some constant. Well, the current growth rate of the coronavirus is exponential: The number of new cases each day is a multiple of between 1.15 to 1.25 of the number of cases the previous day.
Let me also be clear, however, and say that based on all research I have done, I believe these numbers to be grossly fabricated and unqualifiedly inadmissible in any court of law. That these numbers were already failing in the court of public opinion was the seed that spawned my interest.
• “And as the cases and deaths accumulate, the economic and societal consequences become increasingly severe.
The day the pandemic was declared, the DOW and S&P 500 had their worst day since the 1987 market crash. Five days later, on 16 March 2020, the US stock market saw its largest one-day drop ever. Back to back crashes wiped out the biggest stock market rise in history. There were then only 3,800 US cases and not a single US death.
Wall Street circuit breakers — halts on the trading floor that automatically kick in to prevent snowflakes from forming an avalanche and tanking the entire economy (Yes, the US dollar is little more than digits on a screen, and some 90% of trading is done by computers so when a “Stop Loss” is triggered, sale is automatic. Any button that would need to be pressed or box that would need to be checked in order to sell shares was taken care off when the stock was first bought). Circuit breakers tripped three times within a few days, a precedent only beaten when a handful of Saudi magicians slit the throat of the most heavily protected country in the world, with a couple of boxcutters. (Please don’t ask if there was another “Scenario” in place for that one.)
Following the coronavirus outbreak, unemployment filings jumped 33%, something not seen since 1992. Goldman Sachs’ economist estimates say more than a million people filled unemployment claims, making it the highest level ever on record.
As of Friday, 27 March, a historic $2 trillion bill was passed by the U.S. Senate. Here’s how it breakdowns — corporate heavy, and with $27 billion allotted for vaccines and stockpiles.
Whether States whose Governors passed the most citizen-crippling illegal bills, orders and laws will see the most funds is yet to be known.
Economic collapse? Check.
Alleged insider trading by US Senators? Check. (Again, please don’t ask if the same occurred immediately prior to the Saudi magician incident mentioned above.)
• “The scenario ends at the 18-month point, with 65 million deaths. The pandemic is beginning to slow due to the decreasing number of susceptible people. The pandemic will continue at some rate until there is an effective vaccine or until 80-90 % of the global population has been exposed. From that point on, it is likely to be an endemic childhood disease.”
“The new coronavirus will infect half of the global population and have a fatality rate of up to 3%, [Economist Intelligence Unit] analysts said Wednesday.” “We assume that the virus will infect around 50% of the world population; 20% of the cases will be severe, and 1-3% will result in deaths.” noted the analysts.”
Why the EIU is making predictions on global death and infection rates I can’t tell you. But with a global population of 7.8 billion, I can tell you that if we meet at the middle (1.5%) of their “1-3% of the world’s population” prediction, fifty eight and a half million people will die.
Script check: We’re off by 6.5 million deaths. But as this final clause in the Event 201 Scenario hasn’t come to pass in the real world and as the pandemic isn’t actually over yet, predictions are a moot point.
STICK TO THE SCRIPT: EVENT 201
Let’s next look at a couple of quotations from Event 201 versus Real-world roll out. I’ll let readers guess which of them are “Scenario” statements or headlines and which of them are real-world (or “live exercise“) quotes:
+ “What exactly are the risks and benefits of slowing air travel, of staying home from work, of closing schools, disrupting supply chains, interfering with our reliable channels of communication and news. Sure, some of these steps can help slow —, but only often marginally and with serious costs. When this is all over, some families, some cities, will have suffered more from our intervention.”
+ “Infected people get a respiratory illness with symptoms ranging from mild flu-like signs to severe pneumonia.”
+ “We’re at the start of what’s looking like it will be a severe pandemic and there are problems that can only be solved by global business and governments working together.”
+ “International travelers have been arriving at their destinations symptom-free, but within a matter of hours, becoming ill.”
+ “While markets are down for the year, they are still positive for the year.”
+ “I know we would all agree that if we had a vaccine in hand, it’d be a game changer. But leading vaccine experts say a vaccine in the near term is highly unlikely.”
+ “Patients are overwhelming health care facilities around the world.
+ Staples like food and medicine are being hoarded.”
+ “A few countries have actually banned all travel and inbound trade from those [infected] countries.”
+ “Letting the global economy slow to a halt puts lives at risk.”
+ “Economists fear that the pandemic could push the world into a prolonged period of significantly slower growth. Unlike recessions due to normal business cycles and market forces, a recession caused by a severe pandemic would be unprecedented in the modern age because of the huge loss of both workers and customers. The closest parallel may be the Great Depression. But the anticipated global recession due to the pandemic could be much deeper and it could take much longer to recover.”
+ “I think we should acknowledge that since the start of the pandemic, one of our members has succumbed to the disease. I note that Dr. Chique, who was a very upstanding member of this committee, sadly is not with us today because he is fighting the disease.”
+ “Alarming news emerging from social media companies today about the pandemic. Twitter and Facebook are reporting they’ve identified and deleted a disturbing number of accounts dedicated to distributing dangerous accounts about the outbreak.”
+ “Countries are reacting in different ways as how best to manage the overwhelming mis and disinformation circulating over the internet. In some cases, limited internet shut downs are being implemented to quell panic.”
Can you guess which of the above excerpts are quotations from Event 201 versus coverage on the Coronavirus’ actual global roll out?
Answer: They are, all of them, direct quotes from the strangely prescient “Event 201.” To be clear, these quotes are verbatim excerpts from the visionary but synthetic parameters against which Event 201 operated, shared with participants through well-choreographed, prerecorded fictional news anchors (CNN was “GNN” for example). Fictional. What discussions and decisions these global super heroes proposed to actually deal with the pandemic they were presented is another story.
We know as much as that they had the chance to iron out any kinks for the live show — for better or worse.
EVENT 201 PLAYERS
Finally, let’s look at the people behind the costumes in this rehearsal. Event 201 calls them “Players” The Event was hosted by the “Center for Health Security” and its actors were the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, the World Economic Forum, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and 15 leaders in global business, government and public health, including the UN, the CIA, the World Bank, UPS, Johnson & Johnson, the CDC, Chinese CDC and U.S. Medical Group.
At present, their roles in the COVID-19 novel coronavirus include:
Johns Hopkins manages and hosts a Coronavirus Resource Center, and is keeping international score on the number of confirmed cases, total deaths, and total recovered. These digits will determine when and how whole countries move forward socially and politically — though one can’t help noticing that the reaction has far outpaced the threat. (Or as Simon says, “When Fear is employed, facts are incidental.”) One gets the picture of Presidents, Prime Ministers, Governors and Mayors of large cities being held up to a body more powerful than the voices of their citizens — most of whom have been “socially distanced” (another term used in Event 201) and sent back to their rooms until the air clears.
The World Economic Forum hosts a resource center on the Coronavirus, including this article here, suggesting that following the theatrics, the percentage of U.S. adults who said they would get a vaccine that protects from coronavirus jumped 17%, from 48% to 65%
And, not that we’re surprised anymore, here’s what happened in the I’m-not-so-sure-it’s-still-fictional Event 201. Remember, this is an actress news correspondent, on “GNN” news, in a purposely faked newscast put together only for the Event 201 Scenario team’s training or discussion. Fake newscaster says: “Our US affiliate has just released polling results on public expectations for a vaccine. A majority of Americans expect a vaccine to be available in 2 months, and 65% of those polled are eager to take the vaccine, even if it’s experimental.”
Sixty-five percent. In the fake world. And the real world.
In the interest of giving both sides of this story, in addition to the “Reader’s Guide” above, in which I lay out that these ideas and assumptions have been disputed by “fact checking bodies,” (who just asked the very people who held the exercise), I am including Johns Hopkins after-the-fact press release in response to the many questions they received:
On 24 January 2020, Johns Hopkins issued this Statement about nCoV and our Pandemic Exercise: “In October 2019, the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security hosted a pandemic tabletop exercise called Event 201 with partners, the World Economic Forum and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Recently, the Center for Health Security has received questions about whether that pandemic exercise predicted the current novel coronavirus outbreak in China. To be clear, the Center for Health Security and partners did not make a prediction during our tabletop exercise. For the scenario, we modeled a fictional coronavirus pandemic, but we explicitly stated that it was not a prediction. Instead, the exercise served to highlight preparedness and response challenges that would likely arise in a very severe pandemic. We are not now predicting that the nCoV-2019 outbreak will kill 65 million people. Although our tabletop exercise included a mock novel coronavirus, the inputs we used for modeling the potential impact of that fictional virus are not similar to nCoV-2019.”
II. LIGHTS. CARNAGE. ACTORS.
II. LIGHTS. CARNAGE. ACTORS.
“This is a planned, organized partial shut down of the U.S. economy. We are throttling back output on purpose to meet health guidelines…” – James Bullard, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
“We’re in a live exercise here… to get this right.” – US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo
As a real-world version of the Coronavirus rolls out on the global stage, truths are established only by repetition. If it doesn’t fit the narrative, it doesn’t belong on set. True to the Event 201 Scenario (segment No. 4 of which was entirely dedicated to dealing with “disinformation” and “misinformation”), Facebook and Instagram heavily censor anything they don’t want in the discussion.
Kelly Brogan, a New York State-licensed psychiatrist shared a video to Facebook, Instagram, and Vimeo with her own unscripted truths: questioning whether the virus even existed, and whether it might be linked to the rollout of 5G. Before Facebook and Instagram could censor and remove it, it netted 75,000 views. There is no space in the script for licensed doctors.
Even those who have done time in the emergency rooms of hospitals, graduated prestigious medical universities like Cornell and MIT, and who have had more than 20 peer-reviewed articles published in nationally respected journals. The video remains, for the time being, on Vimeo.
PLOT TWIST: CORPUS DELICTI
PLOT TWIST: CORPUS DELICTI
Corpus delicti is a foundational legal principle that requires an extrajudicial (out-of-court) statement, admission or confession from a criminal defendant be excluded from evidence, unless the crime is separately and independently established. Before the defendant’s admission of guilt is admissible in court, sufficient evidence of the crime has to be in hand.
Corpus delicti literally means “body of the crime” in Latin. Legal scholars argue it refers not to a physical body or corpse, but to the “body” of essential facts that prove a crime has been committed, as well as the physical object against which a crime was committed — a burnt building, a corpse.
“Most scholars agree that the impetus for corpus delicti traces to several seventeenth century English cases in which defendants were executed for murders of missing “victims” who later turned out to be very much alive. Lord Hale cited two such cases in his 1678 treatise, Pleas of the Crown, in support of his pronouncement that: “I would never convict any person of murder or manslaughter, unless the fact were proven to be done, or at least the body found dead.” – In Defense of the Corpus Delicti Rule, by David A. Moran
Here’s where the entire set comes crashing down, background and all.
Our casualties are digits on a screen. No, as I’m sure is clear, I do not even vaguely mean that those who have in fact fallen victim to this virus are individually fake, inessential, or not worthy of honor and recognition. To be clear, I simply mean that there is absolutely no evidence that corroborates the death toll of this coronavirus. I’m not the first to say this, and we’ll close out this article with “Voices from the Audience”, where hundreds or thousands of people have questioned this very point of the agenda-driven narrative.
As anyone who has ever sought major multi-player statistics, especially global statistics, will know, they are always and invariably not recorded or published up to the present day.
Take for example the “FBI’s Semiannual Uniform Crime Report.” The latest available data is nine months out of date, and that data is a preliminary, non finalized report, for the January to June 2019 period. And that report covers a single country, never mind the 170 countries covered by the official Coronavirus ticker.
We have malfunctioning tests, insufficient tests, four-day delays and patient demographics where as much as 90% of those diagnosed as CV deaths had comorbidities. How are we possibly collecting statistics from them? I argue that we’re not. We’re not counting. The “evidence” of death is entirely inadmissible in the world court.
Valid evidence, if it ever existed in the quantity reported, has been systematically destroyed. Chinese authorities banned funerals for anyone infected by the coronavirus, and ordered the bodies cremated “close by and immediately.” Italy entirely banned funerals. Coronavirus patients die alone and are buried alone. All eyes now on America, hospitals are banning visits to loved ones: “Some Pregnant Women in New York City Will Have to Deliver Babies Alone,” writes the New York Times.
And so we return, full circle — Billion dollar algorithms be damned, the people’s media platforms are teeming with unanswered questions, not quite choreographed but there’s a definite chorus building. Between tall crests of hysteria, reasoned banter can be heard at the depths of every trough. A palpable energy pervades the air: part disbelief, part fear. Wavelength intensifying, the questions at the bottom of every wave get more frequent, more frequent, more frequent. Where are all the ill?
VOICES FROM THE AUDIENCE
Sure, death despises a camera. Yet according to the unassailable mass media, that is today’s show, 24/7. More than a billion articles and airings. Despite the barrage, a forcibly captive global audience is increasingly less and less convinced. Hospitals and doctors offices are empty, the public is shuddered inside against constitutions and basic human rights. With each passing day, they are waking to the fact they’ve been played. Our great nation’s lawyers will be busier than ever as more and more, the people plan an unprecedented number of class action lawsuits, peaceful protests, and dethronings with a vengeance.
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Our bread lines are longer than our hospital lines.
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China heroically built this hospital in a matter of days. It never filled.
A YouTube channel owner visits New York hospitals, finding them devoid of CV patients or activity.
Italy. Nothing but trucks, and plenty of photographers.
Italy. Nothing but trucks, and plenty of photographers.
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Does this doctor-to-patient ratio make any sense? By all means if it saves a life.
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If the virus is as real as it is claimed to be, why does every hours-long White House press conference not follow Social Distancing guidelines?
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The news says there are shortages of beds and hospital supplies during this crisis. The hospitals here in Tricity and Vista dont look busy. If anyone reading this needs medical attention but cannot get it where they are, it seems like these two hospitals are nearly empty! Maybe other people can post pictures of their local hospitals and together we can be more informed. #emptyhospital #hospitalreport #coronavirus #emptyhospitals #flattenthecurve
Does this look like my hospital as l is over run where are the sick- Sunday at 5:00 pic.twitter.com/DyO4mZqzPw— Cheryl Savage (@CherylS15973780) March 26, 2020
Revelatory. Hospitals are empty. https://t.co/I3WwAYxA9P— Anti-censor (@BasoneSarris) March 26, 2020
Hospital beds are empty here near Seattle. One hospital reported 2 patients. With 1 of the 2 on his way out. Fully recovered. This is overloaded?— QSoldier•••• (@NWPatriot47) March 26, 2020
So why the temporary field hospitals. Why boot the homeless out of Salvation Army shelter??Why why?
Who are the comfort ships for?
#qanon— CAF (@Laodeceans) March 26, 2020
I work for an HMO, I was at one of the hospitals today, it was practically empty, there have been very few “suspected” cases of COVID-19 (approx 7) since this all began, no overwhelming number of cases.
Portland, OR, photo taken March 23, 2020 Corona virus Test site. No one there but one car. I went to 2 hospital ERs & 2 Urgent Care Clinics I know well. Same look. Nurses were smiley, up-beat, happy. @realDonaldTrump @MikayesFiona @Oregon_GOP pic.twitter.com/mSFbe8FAjd— Margo Logan (@MargoLogan) March 25, 2020
In Florida they ran a huge story about hospital preparedness. Complete with extra tents set up with medical equipment stored in those. Extra beds, etc— el Jefe (@elJefeJL) March 26, 2020
Completely empty. Even the parking lot.
I appreciate the preparation but I don’t think it’s going the way the media would like
The videos I have seen from Italian hospitals are weird.— Ringdans (@ringdans) March 19, 2020
This one is from the “very heart of the Coronavirus outbreak”
Calm eyes and voices. ICU looks normal. Empty hallways. https://t.co/knztwzt8Kg pic.twitter.com/mxOtu2eCy1
@KTLA @KTLAMorningNews Does anyone know if the City of Pasadena CA is thinking of using St Luke’s Hospital 🏥 as a place to house those diagnosed with the Coronavirus? I believe this hospital 🏥 is empty, still. pic.twitter.com/aPLhUXlYw4— Bekke⚽CFC⚽ (@HulaGirlCFC) March 19, 2020
Coronavirus – i have been inside the specialist wards at the Mater Hospital In Belfast preparing for those people who will be seriosly infected.. At present the wards are empty @bbcnewsline pic.twitter.com/XhgIwdND3S— Marie-louise Connolly – Wash Your Hands (@mlchealth) March 13, 2020
I live in Los Angeles. The hospitals & doctors offices are nearly empty. There’s nothing to triage. People who need testing are getting tested. We are not running low on gloves, masks, etc.— PATRIOTICWOMAN1966 (@DeasSteele) March 24, 2020
STOP BUYING THE LIES, HYPE & HYSTERIA!
PS: The flu kills more & there’s no panic. 🤔
Isn’t it funny how doctors offices all over the place are closed, hospitals seem to be virtually empty but yet they’re supposed to be all this sickness…. what’s going on… no one seems to be sick… The media is lying… https://t.co/OgXQp6Wt6k— Jerry (@Acadiansheperd) March 25, 2020
I know it sucks 😭 my last ultrasounds I’ve had to be alone. Today my doctor’s office was empty because they’re spacing appointments apart to help with social distancing. It’s so sad! And for the hospital stay I’m only allowed 1 visitor the whole time— Julia Alexia Leng (@motherleng) March 26, 2020
Urgent Care said I should “maybe” go to the ER to get tested there. I asked if my PCP might be a better place, and they said that doctor’s offices aren’t letting people in with fevers. Trump just said “people are dying that have never died before.” Thankfully ER is empty.— Julia Campbell 🤓🔥📱 (@JuliaCSocial) March 19, 2020
The doctor office lobby is so empty 😬— Rian 🌻 (@riaannasshh) March 25, 2020
everyone was freaking me out because they were wearing hazmat suits and being super weird not to mention that the doctors office was super empty— ➰ (@_saturnn_) March 25, 2020
literally every other office in this complex is empty except for mine. even the damn doctors offices. the mostmy office has done is putting tissues outside the front door with a note asking you not to touch the handle with bare hands— Iggy, but 🐶 (@realcamdon) March 24, 2020
Never seen this doctors office so empty 🙃— jae (@_bluhunnidss) March 24, 2020
for a pandemic this doctors office lookin pretty empty— shawty (@jyoxoxo) March 23, 2020
What do 9/11 and The CoronaVirus have in common? EMPTY BUILDINGS AND NO DEATHS! I have filmed my doctors office building which has about 50 offices which they cleared all appts and just wait in FEAR. Focker is filming at hospitals now. This is how brainwashed ppl are to not see— Brian S Staveley (@BrianSStaveley) March 22, 2020
My husband was admitted for a cardiac catheterization a few days ago in a hospital in CT. The place was a ghost town-empty rooms everywhere. I was expecting hectic activity/a full parking lot/masks on every one. Not one nurse was wearing one. It could not have been more quiet.— Elaine❌ (@eastendlights2) March 26, 2020
#COVID2019 I had to go to a urgent endoscopy/colonoscopy for my wife today and some of the eerie things I saw was how empty the hospital was for that large of a facility.— Michael Wayne (@nilartguy) March 26, 2020
Yo I’m in the doctors office trying not to cough 😂😂😂 listen hurry up and take me to the back it’s fucking empty in here anyway 😩— Mari (@NiidasGrandbaby) March 20, 2020
Exactly, you don’t have to be back in an ICU room to judge the amount of traffic the hospital is getting. There is nurse upon nurse commenting on that other thread that their hospitals are practically empty. Stuff is NOT adding up.— Lori Garza (@LoriGar65414492) March 26, 2020
Posted the Saturday, (should have taken photos). Went to ER at a Las Vegas hospital. It was empty. I got a scan after 5 minutes in waiting room, went back to waiting room for 5 more minutes then given a bed. Dr and 2 nurses were not even wearing masks but receptionists were.— 😷CRYptoBABY😷 (@ant73_j) March 26, 2020
What I ask, as many others, while everybody has a smartphone this days…— kingkofy (@kingkofy2) March 26, 2020
Where are the recordings/videos with all the bodies, crowded ICU’s, crowded hospitals? At least from Italy?
Where is the actual, uncontested proof of this reality ???
Wake UP! THIS IS A HOAX!!!
The problem with @SecPompeo being too scared to even say #coronavirusus is not a hoax is not just that he lacks a spine, it also compounds the misinformation coming from the @realDonaldTrump Administration on an issue of life and death.#FridayThoughts https://t.co/SKVIm74HX5— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) February 28, 2020
My cataract surgery was cancelled. However, every time I walk by the clinics and hospital that’s nearby. They are empty! Where are all the sick people?— Matt Lonergan (@samuraiEighty) March 26, 2020
Anyone else witnessed the PLANDEMIC in real life??? Baltimore hospital workers amd deathcare industry workers report a ZERO increase in business and the ER is actually reporting a REDUCTION in patients seen. Express clinics are CLOSED… SO where are all of the sick people? pic.twitter.com/KZkhzwPp51— Lady B’more History (@MaryD58589136) March 26, 2020
Chuck… Legitimate question?— Frankporter653 (@Frankporter6531) March 26, 2020
Where are all the videos of sick ppl on ventilators or bodies piling up like cordwood?
Everybody w/ a cell phone has a movie production/distribution Co. in their pocket but I see nada.
People want attention, its human nature. Something’s fishy.
I’m in Southern Calif. My daughter works at hospital and just had her hours cut back due to no patients at hospital emergency room! This is in Anaheim! Where are the sick people? Are they all in New York? Are they in LA hospitals? They certainly are NOT in Anaheim! STOP SHUTDOWN! https://t.co/GU8XpkBYl2— PO’dDeplorable/Jax (@PDdeplorable) March 26, 2020