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Explosion of leftist hate aimed at Dr Birx after she demolishes media’s panic narrative

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Dr. Deborah L. Birx, the response coordinator for the White House Coronavirus Task Force, has proven to be a voice of reason in a time of crisis — much to the angst of the hostile, anti-Trump media.

The hair-on-fire media is pushing a panic-inducing worst-case narrative in the face of the COVID-19 outbreak, focusing on predictions of alarming increases in those who contract the Chinese virus while reporting on dwindling hospital supplies and do-not-resuscitate orders allegedly being discussed to free up more beds.

(Reports out of New York claim hospitals are being overrun with patients.)

Yet, Birx stands calmly before the American people at the nightly press briefings and reminds agenda-driven journalists of a little thing called facts, beseeching them to be more responsible in their reporting.

“There is no situation in the United States right now that warrants that kind of discussion,” she implored. “You can be thinking about it in a hospital… but to say to the American people, to make the implication that when they need a hospital bed it’s not going to be there, or when they need that ventilator it’s not going to be there, we don’t have evidence of that right now.”

The more polling shows that the American people largely approve of the job Trump is doing in handling the pandemic, the more the media politicizes events in an attempt to harm the president’s reelection chances, reaching levels of hysteria not seen since the height of the Russian collusion hoax.

With comparisons to Italy and talk of more than 2 million deaths in the U.S. being a possibility, Birx talked to the media almost like children as she explained that she is going to talk about something “that’s a little complicated.”

“The predictions of the models don’t match the reality on the ground in either China, South Korea or Italy,” she would go on to say. “We’re about 5 times the size of Italy. So, if we were Italy, and you did those divisions, Italy should have close to 400,000 deaths. They’re not close to achieving that.”

With New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio saying more than half the city’s population will contract coronavirus, Birx countered such dire predictions, stressing “there’s no … reality on the ground where we can see that 60 to 70 percent of Americans are going to get infected in the next eight to 12 weeks.”

Needless to say, as seen below, Dr. Birx is “no longer in the good graces of the media and the doomsday preachers” for telling the truth.

Here’s a sampling of some of the aforementioned “explosion of hate” seen on Twitter:

On the other hand, the truth proves to be as contagious as the Wuhan virus, it seems:

Tom Tillison


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