Maria Bartiromo Questions 3M CEO Mike Roman About Selling Healthcare Masks To Foreign Governments

by sundance{ } ~ Everything you would ever need to know about a slimy multinational corporate executive is laid out in this interview with 3M CEO Mike Roman… While answering questions globalist Roman tries to hide what 3M is doing by stuttering and stammering around cover words. Keep in mind, 3M is a U.S. owned company doing manufacturing business inside China. However, Beijing took control over 3M and nationalized their manufacturing facilities. But Roman doesn’t want to admit what happened. Listen carefully at 03:00: “we have produced millions of respirators and now we have arranged to import more masks from China. We have an agreement to allow us to export ten million additional masks a month out of China”…  


DHS Chief: U.S. To Build ‘400-450 Miles’ Of Southern Border Protections By End Of Year

By  Ashe Schow { } ~ The U.S. is on pace to secure an additional 400-450 miles of its Southern Border with Mexico by the end of 2020… Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf said Wednesday during a press conference with President Donald Trump.  CNS news reported on Wolf’s comments, during which he told viewers that “very few people are coming into country right now. And as we complete, again, the wall, in addition to the 27,000 Mexican soldiers, it’s a very — it’s a very tough place to come into.” Trump then asked Wolf to discuss “how tight that southern border is right now,” to which Wolf responded that the government is continuing to “build miles of the wall every day.” He went on to say: We’re up to over 150, I believe. We’re continuing to build new–new miles of wall. And a lot of folks ask about replacement wall or new miles? It’s a new capability on the Southwest border that we haven’t had before. And so, whether you talk to the agents, the Border Patrol agents, they like that capability…They like that impedance and denial that it provides them. And it provides the ability for those agents to focus elsewhere on parts of the border that are very difficult to patrol so we can use our resources in a different way. And so, we see a lot of benefits from the border wall system. And again, that includes not only the physical infrastructure but the cameras, the roads, the lightings, the fiber optic cables, and we’re looking forward and we’re still well on our track–well on our mark to meet 400, 450 miles by the end of the calendar year. Trump added that the “wall is up to about 160 miles already, and any areas where we have that wall–it’s for the most part, contiguous, we have fill-ins, but we’re up to 161 miles exactly.” He said, “any place where you have that wall, other than walking around it on the edges, it’s stopping everybody cold.”…  

President Trump Has Long Demanded Critical Manufacturing Return to the U.S. – The Coronavirus Pandemic Outlines Why

by sundance{ } ~ The lack of independent control over critical healthcare products is highlighting exactly why Donald J Trump has been demanding U.S. manufacturing firms return production to this nation for years… White House trade advisor Peter Navarro drove home the point yesterday: “One of the — one of the things that this crisis has taught us, sir, is that we are dangerously over-dependent on a global supply chain for our medicines, like penicillin; our medical supplies, like masks; and our medical equipment, like ventilators. We have — right now as we speak, over 50 countries have already imposed some forms of export restrictions in their country against the rest of the world. And what we’ve — what we’re learning from that is that no matter how many treaties you have, no matter how many alliances, no matter how many phone calls, when push comes to shove you run the risk, as a nation, of not having what you need.” “And if there’s any vindication of the President’s “Buy American, secure borders, and a strong manufacturing base” philosophy, strategy, and belief, it is this crisis — because it underscores everything that we see there…  


Trump Announces Deal In The Works To Boost Economy – Two Oil Powers To Potentially Start Cutbacks

By Jon Brenner{ } ~ The United States is in a tight spot, but we have a decisive President who is taking bold action for the American people… We’ve had a big problem on our hands with this virus, but another reason the stock market has dropped? The price war over oil. Russia and Saudi Arabia have been driving down the price of oil, which sent oil stocks plummeting. But it didn’t take Trump long to announce a potential deal in the works. From Twitter: Just spoke to my friend MBS Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, who spoke with President Putin of Russia, & I expect & hope that they will be cutting back approximately 10 Million Barrels, and maybe substantially more which, if it happens, will be GREAT for the oil & gas industry!…..Could be as high as 15 Million Barrels. Good (GREAT) news for everyone!  President Trump has been very busy, but he made time to get on the phone with other world powers and get them to cut back on their oil production. If they cut 10 to 15 million barrels like Trump thinks, the price of oil should increase and really help our economy. Other presidents probably wouldn’t have known what to do. Many would have refused to get on the phone with the Crown Prince or Putin. But Donald? He may go down in history as the best dealmaker ever—because he knows the art of the deal. He builds strong relationships with world leaders—no matter what you may have heard in the media. Does he do it for himself, for his own ego? Of course not! He’s doing it for We, the People. He’s putting America first. And just like he’s leading America out of this oil situation, he will do the same with this virus. It’s amazing to see Americans come together in unity, and Trump is being a great example of that, don’t you think?  

Alarming Numbers of Travelers Entered US as Virus Spread  

by ~ Travel data shows that 3.4 million foreign visitors arrived in the United States while the mortality of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) remained unclear… thanks in part to the deception from China’s authoritarian government. That number includes 759,493 visitors from China.“This is an astonishing number in a short period of time, illustrating how globalized our world has become. Just as people can hop continents with amazing ease, the infections they carry can too,” said Dr. Vinayak Kumar, an internal medicine resident at the Mayo Clinic and a contributor to the ABC News Medical Unit. Those travelers from China included more than 228,000 Americans returning home and hundreds of thousands of Chinese nationals arriving for business, academics, tourism or to visit family. “The numbers are clearly alarming,” Dr. Simone Wildes, an infectious disease specialist at South Shore Health, told ABC News. “It shows that globalization is here, and we have to be better prepared to deal with the impact this will have on all our lives in so many ways.” Added Wildes: “It is difficult to estimate the portion of travelers coming from China to the U.S. with COVID-19, but fair to speculate that a large number might have been infected at the time of travel.”    

‘We’re grateful’: Mike Pence to visit Walmart distribution center to see coronavirus supply chain

by Madison Dibble{ } ~ Employees at a Walmart distribution center will be visited by Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday as he thanks the company on behalf of the Trump administration… Pence will be joined by Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue as he tours the facility to see how they are working to keep supply chains for pharmaceuticals and groceries flowing during the coronavirus pandemic. The company is one of a few nationwide firms hiring thousands to keep up with demand as the rest of the economy abides by social distancing policies. “Tomorrow, I’ll be visiting the @Walmart Distribution Center with [Purdue]. From hiring thousands of new employees to working around the clock to keep the grocery & pharmaceutical aisles stocked, we’re grateful to @Walmart for helping meet the needs of the American people,” Pence tweeted.Grocery stores and pharmacies have been deemed essential in every state that has issued a stay-at-home order barring nonessential businesses from operating. Walmart and Amazon have both announced hiring sprees to add enough workers to catch up to the “unprecedented” demand the pandemic has caused.   

.This Is Not the Financial Crisis

Harold Hutchison  

Many Patriots worry (rightly, to some degree) about the $2.2 trillion relief bill passed to address some of the economic fallout from the Wuhan coronavirus. Some classify that aid package in the same vein as the bailout in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. While the big money is something to be worried about, we should keep some important distinctions in mind.

First of all, unlike the financial crisis, the pandemic came about largely through the misconduct of a factor outside the United States — the ongoing cover-up from the “People’s Republic” of China. How bad was this cover-up? If China had acted more appropriately, one study  says the severity of the COVID-19 outbreak could have been reduced by 95%.Unfortunately, because of the cover-up, we have a pandemic on our hands, and to slow its spread, we have had to largely shut down the country for at least six weeks (to April 30), possibly longer in some places. These decisions are hurting millions of Americans through no fault of their own.One can argue that we’re seeing the most massive and widespread regulatory “taking” in this country’s history, and under the Fifth Amendment, takings require “just compensation.” So, in one sense, Congress’s relief package was part of a constitutional duty to the American people.Another point to keep in mind: Since this damage was caused by Beijing, it now becomes imperative that the costs of keeping Americans afloat come out of Beijing’s hide economically and geopolitically, but at a minimum in terms of public perception.This is a crucial point. The financial crisis came about because of bad Democrat regulations followed by poor judgment on Wall Street. Thus, the Troubled Assets Relief Program was money changing hands among the very people who caused the problem in the first place. It was a moral hazard, and one from which the country is still struggling to recover.The other big difference between 2008’s financial crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic is that in this case, we’re going to be making some long-lasting and long-needed adjustments. We will be reducing our dependence on China for a lot of things, from medical equipment and pharmaceuticals to manufactured goods. More Americans will also see more clearly the utter and total lack of reputability of the Beijing regime. We will also see regulations become less burdensome. The loosening that began as an emergency measure will not be easily reversed. Unfortunately, neither will some of the tightening.The after-action will also require a plan to bolster our infrastructure — especially for medical treatment, but also for everything from the demands of more telecommuting to streaming entertainment at home. We also need to update it for the increased manufacturing that will come home and to rebuild stockpiles that were allowed to dwindle. What President Donald Trump started out of a desire to end America being screwed in trade deals is going to accelerate because restoring our manufacturing base has become a matter of life or death.No, this will not be cheap. But the fact is, unlike the financial crisis, America seems to be willing to take the steps to fix the vulnerabilities and make the necessary changes to withstand the next outbreak. This will be a good thing over the long term.  ~The Patriot Post  


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