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In March, US deaths from COVID-19 totaled less than 2% of all deaths

As Lee notes, total COVID-19 deaths could still increase significantly this season, but even then we must ask what percentage of total deaths warrants an international panic. Is it 5 percent? Ten percent? The question has never been addressed, and so far, a figure of 1 percent of total deaths in some places is being treated as a reason to forcibly shut down the global economy.

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Bern out: Sanders suspends his presidential campaign

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) suspended his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination on April 8.

“Please know that I do not make this decision lightly. In fact it’s been a very difficult and painful decision,” Sanders told supporters in a livestream from his home in Burlington.

“If I believed I had a feasible path to the nomination I would have continued this campaign.”

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Fauci now is part of the problem, not part of the solution

After the H1N1 (swine flu) epidemic hit in April 2009, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) expedited approval of vaccines. Five months later, on September 15 2009, four different vaccines were approved. Why should approval take over a year this time but only 5 months in 2009? Apparently, NIH is planning to slow walk the COVID-19 vaccines through the usual approval process, which requires three sequential phases:

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Anthony Fauci goes nuts

Anthony Fauci, the medical professional at the eye of the coronavirus storm, has just come out and said the federal government should issue a national order for all Americans to stay home, stay inside, stay put.

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What did China know and when did they know it?

As the global public health crisis continues, it is useful to reflect that its cause is the actions and policies of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Their conduct has been reprehensible. They have suppressed whistleblowers and information, destroyed lab samples and prevented the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) from gaining access when it might have blunted a global outbreak.

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These are the states hit hardest by unemployment by COVID-19

The fallout of the coronavirus pandemic took a brutal turn after a record 6.6 million Americans filed for unemployment last week. Those eye-opening numbers trump the previous record – 3.27 million jobless claims – which was filed just the week prior, according to information released by the Department of Labor.

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