News: FYI: We have three websites in our inventory: onnidan.com - news, recaps, blogs, black college sports page | onnidan1.com - this forum | onnidan2.com - composite hbcu football schedule
This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.
Topics - cee dog
A leaked unreleased White House coronavirus task force report showing cases spiking in areas across the country has undercut President Donald Trump's claim that cases are declining across the nation.
"You know, the numbers are coming down very rapidly all throughout the country, by the way," Trump declared at a Monday news conference. "There may be one exception, but all throughout the country, the numbers are coming down rapidly."
This is, of course, not true. Though cases are decreasing in 14 states, they are rising in nine states, according to The New York Times. A lack of widespread testing in 27 other states, plus Washington and Puerto Rico, suggests that cases in those areas are being undercounted.
But a leaked coronavirus task force report obtained by NBC News shows that some parts of the country — rural counties in Tennessee and Kansas — have seen cases balloon by more than 1,000% in a matter of one week. Other counties in Missouri, Nebraska, Minnesota and Wisconsin saw increases of more than 400%.
Dr. John Ross, a professor at Harvard Medical School, pointed out that all but one of the top 10 counties that saw the largest increases voted for President Donald Trump in 2016
Unreleased White House report shows coronavirus rates spiking in heartland communities (by @jonallendc, @PhilMcCausland, and @cfarivar)https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/white-house/unreleased-white-house-report-shows-coronavirus-rates-spiking-heartland-communities-n1204751 …
View image on Twitter
6:59 PM - May 11, 2020
Twitter Ads info and privacy
148 people are talking about this
The top 10 cities in the report, which was produced on May 7, saw cases increases by more than 72% over seven days. Some areas, like St. Louis and Central City, Ky., saw cases skyrocket by 650% over that span. St. Cloud, Minn., saw cases increase by more than 400%. Other cities like Gainesville, Ga., Racine, Wisc., and Nashville saw increases of more than 100% over a single week.
A separate graph listing "locations to watch" include Kansas City, Mo., and Charlotte, which saw increases of more than 200% over the previous week.
The report found that statewide cases in Minnesota increased by nearly 100% over a single week while New Mexico, Tennessee, Wisconsin and the nation's capital saw increases of more than 40%.
Despite the alarming increases, Trump has continued to publicly and falsely claim that cases are falling nearly everywhere.
"Coronavirus numbers are looking MUCH better, going down almost everywhere," he tweeted Tuesday.
Medical professionals criticized Trump's attempts to spin rising death counts.
"Anybody that claims we're on a downward trajectory nationally is out of touch with reality," Dr. Irwin Redlener, the director of the Columbia University National Center for Disaster Preparedness, told NBC News, adding that even the rising numbers do not tell the full story. "There isn't a single state in the union that has sufficient testing."
Though states like New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts, which were hit hard early, have seen numbers decline, the nation has a rising curve when New York's massive totals are excluded.
"It's not appropriate to say the U.S. is consistently on a downward trend at all," Redlener said. "In some places, it might be the direct opposite of that."
Trump has also complained to advisers about the way that deaths are counted, arguing that the "real numbers are actually lower," Axios reported last week.
But medical experts, including those on Trump's own task force, say the opposite is true.
"Most of us feel that the number of deaths are likely higher than" the 80,000 that is currently reported, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, testified to a Senate committee on Tuesday. "The number is likely higher. I don't know exactly what percent higher, but almost certainly, it's higher."
Fauci also pushed back on Trump's optimism and pressure on states to reopen businesses during the hearing.
« on: May 11, 2020, 08:55:22 AM »
So who are these people who can't wait to die eating at restaurants? I keep reading on how excited folks are to go eat this high sodium, high msg food and sit in restaurants.
« on: May 04, 2020, 10:48:55 AM »
Another lie exposed.
I live in reality. No way this wouldn't have come out during the 2008 election. Better yet 2012 election. White America would have done everything possible to stop a black man from becoming president. The racist turned over every stone and chased every story they could find on Obama to stop him. This would've tanked his campaign.
« on: April 19, 2020, 11:02:52 PM »
Since Donald Trump is so tough he should lead by example and hold a rally this week. It would prove that he is correct the virus is a hoax. Lead by example Mr. President and show us instead of talking. We can't wait for your great leadership!
Hey Oldsport, Trump is done.
« on: April 12, 2020, 12:23:28 PM »
Folks are getting it in at the house.
« on: April 11, 2020, 11:23:36 PM »
Look all y'all that didn't vote or voted for Trump because you wanted something different got it. Deal with it. Stop buying up everything in the store. Stop wearing your mask and mask and gloves and wave your MAGA flag. Remember God sent you Trump.
« on: April 09, 2020, 12:27:53 PM »
So now the feds are going to drop another 2.3 trillion on too of the 2 trillion dollars passed a few weeks ago. Plus orange juice hair wants to do a infrastructure bill. Where is the money going to come from?
Cubic zirconia and Flannel shirt are ignorant.