A Response From The White House – November 2, 2020

From The White House  – November 02, 2020

PUBLISHER’S NOTES:

4 MORE YEARS!

Thousands of Health Experts Sign Declaration Calling for End to Lockdown, Warn of ‘Irreparable Damage’

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From The White House – October 09, 2020

Five Stories President Trump Doesn’t Want You to Miss

-The Daily Wire
“Thousands of medical and public health experts have signed on to a declaration calling for an end to lockdown policies in favor of a more targeted approach to combatting the coronavirus pandemic,” Tim Pearce writes. “As infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19 policies,” the declaration states.

Return Respect to Nomination Process
Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
“We should not allow the toxic politics of recent Supreme Court nominations to turn this nomination into a partisan circus. Judge Barrett and our country deserve a fair and respectful hearing,” Arkansas Lt. Governor Tim Griffin writes. “In a less polarized time, a nominee as eminently qualified as Judge Barrett would receive a nearly unanimous vote for confirmation.”

Schools Aren’t Super-Spreaders
The Atlantic
Across the United States, “fear and bad press slowed down or canceled school reopenings,” Brown University economist Emily Oster writes. “It’s now October. We are starting to get an evidence-based picture of how school reopenings and remote learning are going . . . Schools do not, in fact, appear to be a major spreader of COVID-19.”

In Afghanistan, As We Enter Our 20th Year, It’s Time to Come Home
-Fox News
“As someone who volunteered for service, fought in Afghanistan, and watched good friends give their lives for the mission there, it’s difficult to accept that 19 years hasn’t been enough. As President Donald Trump signaled on Twitter on Wednesday American involvement in the Afghan conflict should end, our service members should come back to their families, and our country should move forward,” Nate Anderson writes.

National Association of Scholars Calls for Revoking the 1619 Project Pulitzer Prize
-The Federalist
“An impressive array of academics associated with the National Association of Scholars signed a letter to the Pulitzer Prize Board calling for it to revoke the prize it ceremoniously awarded to Nikole Hannah-Jones this year for her lead essay in The New York Times’ deeply troubled and historically challenged 1619 Project,” Glenn Stanton writes. “Hannah-Jones and the Times secretly deleted the most fundamental claim of her lead essay for the project: that slavery was the central reason for our nation’s founding.”

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Trump Announces Distribution of 150m Rapid Coronavirus Tests

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From The White House – September 29, 2020
“President Trump announced on Monday that his administration will distribute 150 million Abbott coronavirus tests that produce results in just 15 minutes,” Cassidy Morrison writes for the Washington Examiner.
 
“Trump said that 50 million tests would go to the most vulnerable communities: 18 million to nursing homes, 15 million to assisted living facilities, 10 million for hospice care providers, and nearly 1 million to historically black colleges and universities and colleges in tribal nations. Another 100 million tests will be allocated to states and territories to support efforts to reopen their economies and schools.”
 
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“Judge Amy Coney Barrett, whom President Donald Trump has nominated to fill the Supreme Court vacancy created by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, is a distinguished scholar whose judicial philosophy balances a commitment to originalism with a respect for precedent,” Adam Freedman writes for City Journal.

MORE: “Democrats’ big lies about Amy Coney Barrett

“An important piece of economic news has been overshadowed recently due to the important coverage of [the] Supreme Court . . . Released two weeks ago, the Census Bureau’s report on ‘Income and Poverty in the United States’ for 2019 clearly shows that, pre-pandemic, President Trump’s economic success blew past that of any other presidency,” Andy Puzder writes in Fox Business.

“Minneapolis, Minnesota’s plan to defund and then disband their local police force has ‘collapsed’ according to a New York Times report from over the weekend. Some of the Minneapolis City Council members who pledged to abolish the city’s law enforcement—including the City Council president—now say they regret making that promise,” Emily Zanotti reports for The Daily Wire.

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Moderna, Pfizer Coronavirus Vaccines Begin Final-Stage Testing

The White House – July 28, 2020
Moderna, Pfizer Coronavirus Vaccines Begin Final-Stage Testing
“Two of the most advanced experimental coronavirus vaccines entered the pivotal phase of their studies on Monday,” Peter Loftus and Jared S. Hopkins report for The Wall Street Journal. “The start of the pivotal Moderna vaccine trial is the latest sign that the most advanced coronavirus vaccine candidates are moving into the final stages of testing, and could be ready for wider use before year’s end if results are positive.”
 
President Trump visited a biotechnology plant in North Carolina yesterday, where he praised the rapid progress toward a vaccine being made under Operation Warp Speed.
 
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WATCH“We’ve shaved years off” time it takes to develop a vaccine

“It doesn’t get more heartbreaking—soul-wrenching—than the funeral of tiny Davell Gardner, the youngest victim of New York City’s crime spike . . . And [criminals] now believe—alas, with good reason—that the [New York City] police and the rest of the law-enforcement system are helpless to stop them,” the New York Post editorial board writes.

The critics have it “100 percent wrong”—the Department of Homeland Security’s actions in Portland “should just be the first step in disrupting the organized violence aimed at intimidating public officials, injuring law enforcement officers, destroying public and private property and making our streets less safe,” James Jay Carafano writes for Fox News.

Ivanka Trump joined Interior Secretary David Bernhardt to visit “Duluth Pack, a Minnesota manufacturer that pivoted from leather and canvas products to [personal protective equipment] during the coronavirus pandemic, as part of her Pledge to America’s Workers that focuses on job training,” Evie Fordham writes for Fox Business.

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5 STORIES PRESIDENT TRUMP DOESN’T WANT YOU TO MISS

The White House – May 30th, 2020
Trump Pulls U.S. Out of World Health Organization, Slaps Penalties on China Over Hong Kong Action
The Washington Times
“President Trump announced Friday the U.S. is terminating its relationship with the World Health Organization over its handling of the coronavirus crisis,” Tom Howell Jr. and Dave Boyer report. The President also took action on China for misleading the world about the virus, as well as for its security crackdown on Hong Kong.
 
🎬 President Trump: “Cover-up of the Wuhan virus allowed the disease to spread”

Coronavirus Task Force Chief Mike Pence: You Did It, America
Washington Examiner
Early on, experts warned President Trump that without social distancing, the COVID-19 death toll could reach as high as 2.2 million. But with it, the range would drop to 100,000 to 240,000. “Today, as many states begin to ease rules near the Memorial Day holiday week turning point that [Vice President Mike Pence] predicted, the death toll, tragic as it is, stands at the lowest level on that chart,” Paul Bedard writes.
 
VP Pence: 167,000% surge in tests, 663M masks, and 110,000 ventilators ‘ready this fall’

Ivanka Trump Helps Treasury Prioritize $10B Funding for Minority-Owned Small Businesses
-Fox Business
“Ivanka Trump, senior adviser to President Trump, is working closely with the Treasury Department and Small Business Administration to help allocate $10 billion in funding for minority-owned small businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic,” Audrey Conklin writes.

Trump’s Social Media Executive Order is Justified – Protects Free Speech, Combats Censorship
-Fox News
“President Trump was right and justified Thursday to sign an executive order calling for new regulations to strip legal liability protections from social media companies that censor posts and engage in political conduct on their sites,” Jim Hanson writes.
 
🎬 FCC Commissioner: Move shines a light on companies taking political sides

It’s Time To Stop Pretending Twitter Is Neutral
The Federalist
“By stepping in to flag Trump’s tweet with a warning label and a link so users can ‘get the facts’ about mail-in ballots (which ironically links to a CNN article by Chris Cillizza), Twitter abandoned any claim it had to being a neutral facilitator,” John Daniel Davidson writes.
 
MORE: “33 Examples of Twitter’s Anti-Conservative Bias”

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