Here is Trump going to pick up Amy Barrett.
The Editor: What happened, LL ? Is this about Hillgal’s next book, Why I Deserve Air Force One ?
Scam Cat: It’s about the biggest scam in the history of the world.
After months writing about the origin, transmission, and other things concerning SARS-CoV-2—Wuhan Flu I believe it accidentally escaped from the almost class 4 lab in Wuhan. After escaping I think the Communist Chinese covered it up.
The whole shut-down-close-up world wide farce was/is a BOONDOGGLE AND SCAM.
TRUMP HAD NO CHOICE BUT TO SHUT AMERICA DOWN. The MSM, AT&T-CNN, COMCAST-NBC-MSNBC, DISNEY-ABC, AMAZON-BEZOS-WASHINGTON POST, NEW YORK TIMES-PUBLICLY TRADED AND CONTROLLED BY THE SULTZBERGER FAMILY LED THE FIGHT TO BLAME TRUMP.
IF HE HAD NOT CLOSED US DOWN HE WOULD HAVE BEEN CRUCIFIED. THE LIES AND COVER UPS WERE BAD ENOUGH AS THINGS WERE.
The same companies and the Democratic Party drove the hysteria, panic, doom, and other end-of-the-world scenarios.
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I almost forgot the CDC, and all states were not prepared. The Swine Flu, Hong Kong Flu, SARS, and MERS epidemics in our recent past should have provided models. Even cats know older people and people with other health issues are the first casualties.
Over a Hundred Billion ( $100,000,000,000 ) was spent between 2010 and 2018 on pandemic preparation, most under Obama’s rotted Democratic Party.
Explanation: What’s higher than the Himalayas? Although the Himalayan Mountains are the tallest on planet Earth, they don’t measure up to the Milky Way. Visible above the snow-capped mountains in the featured image is the arcing central band of our home galaxy. The bright spot just above the central plane is the planet Jupiter, while the brightest orange spot on the upper right is the star Antares. The astrophotographer braved below-zero temperatures at nearly 4,000-meters altitude to take the photographs that compose this image. The featured picture is a composite of eight exposures taken with same camera and from the same location over three hours, just after sunset, in 2019 April, from near Bimtang Lake in Nepal. Over much of planet Earth, the planets Mercury (faint) and Venus (bright) will be visible this week after sunset.
Tomorrow’s picture: Earth from Saturn