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CNBC’s Jim Cramer made one confession about coronavirus that frightened every American

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The rapidly spreading coronavirus is threatening the United States economy and the health and well being of the American people.

The media is fanning the flames of this panic.

And now CNBC’s Jim Cramer made one confession about coronavirus that frightened every American.

In appearance on CNBC market analyst Jim Cramer tried to put the coronavirus in perspective.

But his comments only served to make things worse.

Cramer compared the coronavirus to the measles outbreaks from his childhood.

Before the measles vaccine was available, Cramer said everyone just accepted you would catch the disease and move on.

“[W]hen we had measles and chickenpox, to really default to the personal, my mother and father said you’re going to get it and it’s going to be bad and then you’ll live, you’ll go on some people wouldn’t make it but this is measles and probably going to get it,” Cramer told the CNBC audience.

“You never thought that you wouldn’t get it. This is before the vaccine — it wasn’t whooping cough, but it was measles and chickenpox and we just said, ‘OK, let’s get through it.’ People will say, ‘No, Jim, the death rate is blah, blah, blah.’ But I’m talking about the inevitability of getting it. Seems likely.”

But Cramer did try and slow the brakes on the Fake News Media blaming Donald Trump for the outbreak by accurately noting that this has nothing to do with the President or his policies.

“I’m not by any means saying it’s the end of the world this is not zombie nation,” he advised. “I’m saying we were priced 10 days ago for things going up pretty good. So now, we can’t just price for things going up not as well, we have to price for things not going up in terms of economic activity again, I’m going to reiterate, hate him or like him, it’s not the president’s fault.”

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Donald Trump’s fate in the 2020 election could be decided on if the American people accept Cramer’s truth that Donald Trump is not at fault for the spread of the coronavirus.

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6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. Tom

    March 1, 2020 at 11:35 pm

    In the early 20th century the pandemic flu killed so many people because there were no drugs to containe it. Today we have the drugs, the paraphernalia, and soon the vaccine. Why the market has run so low is nonsensical. My advice BUY it now.

  2. moosegringo

    March 2, 2020 at 12:33 am

    The market is a buy. Always buy “when there is blood in the streets” (not literally, of course). The herd is almost always wrong.

  3. CHRIS KELLY

    March 2, 2020 at 12:35 am

    Take a look at who shorted the market. You will see who the insider crooks are.

  4. dlmstl

    March 2, 2020 at 7:29 am

    Seasoned citizens also remember polio, iron lungs and death. Concern, yes, but no panic and blame game for political purposes. And then came Dr Jonas Salk. Come November, the Dems will rue the day they chose to follow this path of faux hysteria.

  5. JoeyP

    March 2, 2020 at 5:44 pm

    This nation is prepared for this (potential) PANDEMIC. It’s like other diseases . . . If you are HEALTHY, just be prepared and MOVE ON when it’s over. There will be those who pass on from this disease (like “other deadly” diseases) but we SURVIVE. Have Faith. Team Trump and his allies 2020.

  6. Truckman

    March 9, 2020 at 1:43 am

    I remember the measles or as we called them the big red measles I had them as a kid we were just keep away in a bedroom darken until we cleared up and remember having the regular ones also were treated with common sense. That what people have got to do with this coronavirus or bad flu is use common sense to stay away from crowds within reason if you get a little sick have it checked out by Dr.and do what they tell you to do don’t worry about a mask unless you are sick to keep from spreading it you go somewhere carry and use hand sanitizer and if you are using a buggy clean it before you grab and start pushing in other words people need to protect themselves don’t wait on somebody else to do it

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This MSNBC host’s career is over after this coronavirus video went public

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The Fake News Media shifted gears to immediately pin the blame for the coronavirus outbreak on Donald Trump.

But this campaign is already blowing up in their faces.

And this MSNBC host’s career is over after this coronavirus video went public.

MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough is a former Republican and co-host of the “Morning Joe” program.

Like every other so-called “Republican” on MSNBC, Scarborough hates Donald Trump, although many suspect it is because Trump allegedly would not make Scarborough his Vice Presidential nominee in 2016.

On Wednesday, Scarborough ripped Donald Trump by claiming “everyone” knew back in January that the coronavirus was a big deal and that Donald Trump was asleep at the switch, which allowed the virus to spread unchecked across America.

“They saw this coming even several weeks ago,” Scarborough declared. “Doctors I know very well, scientists, health care professionals were saying, ‘Mr. President, 100,000, 200,000, 500,000 people could die from this virus if you don’t start moving.’ The president didn’t want to hear it. This is, after all, a president who talked about one person dying and one person from China, but we’ve got it taken care of, it will be zero.”

Scarborough continued, “And then soon after that in February, he was talking about, oh, we have 14, 15 people who were infected but we’ve done such a good job it’s going to go down to zero. Then, of course, he said the media was overblowing it, that their coverage was a hoax of the pandemic, that it was going to go away. And then he said that it would go away in April, the sun would come out, it would magically go away.”

“Now, we’ve heard . . . that nobody could have seen this coming. The fact is everybody saw this coming. Everybody saw this coming in early January,” Scarborough added.

In January, Scarborough did feature coronavirus on his program.

But it was in the context of an “expert” telling the audience that coronavirus was no different than the flu.

MSNBC was not the only fake news outlet downplaying the coronavirus.

So-called “mainstream” media outlets like the Washington Post and Vox also dismissed the threat it posed.

They are now trying to blame President Trump for dropping the ball, when back in January the President banned travel from China and established a task force to handle the virus.

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What CNN did to My Pillow’s CEO will leave you fuming with anger

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My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell is one of the few corporate executives unafraid of standing with President Donald Trump.

For that reason, the mainstream media has done everything they can to try to destroy him.

And what CNN just did to him will leave you fuming with anger.

Mike Lindell takes his role as the founder of an American company seriously.

His products are all made in America, and he is known for treating his employees with respect, unlike so many other major companies.

He is also unafraid of expressing his Christian views and support for President Donald Trump.

That is enough for the Left to despise him, and viciously attack him.

During a recent White House coronavirus task force press briefing, President Donald Trump invited Lindell to speak about what his company is doing to help with supplying doctors’ offices and hospitals with medical face masks.

He took the stand to announce his factory is now producing and shipping between 10,000 and 50,000 of those masks a day going forward to help combat the Chinese coronavirus.

This should be a celebratory moment, as it is an American company going out of their way to help American citizens during a crisis.

But the fake news mongers at CNN couldn’t care less, and immediately cut the feed to the press briefing when Lindell walked up to the podium.

After announcing his company’s steps towards helping slow the spread of the virus, he also encouraged Americans to read the Bible in these difficult times.

“God gave us grace on Nov. 8, 2016, to change the course we were on,” Lindell said. “God had been taken out of our schools and lives. A nation had turned its back on God. And I encourage you to use this time at home to get back in the word. Read our Bible and spend time with our families.”

Following the briefing, CNN’s White House correspondent Jim Acosta directly attacked Lindell, claiming that Trump bringing him up to speak was simply a “plug for his company.”

Speaking to Lou Dobbs on Fox News, Lindell laid into CNN for the way they treated him.

“I heard Jim Acosta attack me too, and he was 10 feet from me, in the Rose Garden. This is just evil, Lou. This is evil,” Lindell stated.

“This president has been the best man in charge for such a time as this; it’s just those newscasters, those journalists, we know who they are . . . CNN, what they did to me, I’m sorry, I put on a message of hope to the country that God had given us grace in November of 2016, a nation that turned its back on God, and right now we’re part of this big revival. I am appalled by the journalists that I see there. I used to think that, they are not that evil, yes, they are.” Lindell concluded.

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CNN is freaking out after Tucker Carlson played one video that could shut them down for good

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Tucker Carlson isn’t afraid to speak the truth, especially when everybody else is afraid to.

That makes him a major enemy to fake news networks like CNN.

And now CNN is freaking out after Tucker Carlson played one video that could shut them down for good.

With coronavirus forcing most of America into quarantine in their homes, anti-Trump news networks are working overtime to pump out anti-Trump propaganda.

They are constantly spreading lies to allege that Trump has allowed the virus to spread, and that every coronavirus-related death is his fault.

But in making these claims the network is outright ignoring many inconvenient truths, as Tucker Carlson pointed out on a recent airing of his Fox News show.

Carlson played a number of video clips showing officials in New York City, where the virus has hit the hardest, downplaying the virus, and even encouraging people not to practice social distancing, which Trump has championed.

In a clip from February 2, New York City Health Commissioner Dr. Oxiris Barbot touts their preparedness for the virus, and encourages people to continue their lives like normal, even attending an upcoming parade.

“The risk to New Yorkers for Coronavirus is low and our preparedness as a city is very high,” Barbot begins. “There is no reason not to take the subway, not to take the bus, not to go out to your favorite restaurant, and certainly not to miss the parade next Sunday. I’m going to be there.”

Carlson also plays a clip featuring Democrat New York state Senator John Liu stating that “there’s really no need to panic and to avoid activities that we always do as New Yorkers” and that “diseases originate from anywhere or from particular places in the world.”

Along with Liu, Carlson also plays a clip from another Democrat New York State Representative Brian Kavanaugh, who insisted “it is very important that we ensure that we don’t have misinformation and many in the media have been covering this issue as if it’s, you know, a terrible plague that people have to avoid.”

Finally, Carlson details a number of Tweets from New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio that he posted in earlier in March, encouraging New Yorkers to “go out on the town despite coronavirus.”

If CNN were an honest network, they would talk about facts like these.

But of course, they aren’t an honest network, and only care about smearing President Donald Trump, even when the claims they make aren’t actually true.

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