On August 31, 2020, Lance Himes, interim director of public health for the state of Ohio, issued a state-wide order.
That’s the question on everyone’s mind. Why? Even after the CDC published their revised numbers, the first thing President Trump announced at his August 31, 2020 presser was, “I am pleased to announce that AstraZeneca vaccine has reached phase three clinical trials. So that’s joining another group of vaccines that are very close to the end and, hopefully, approval. In the United States, we’re doing things that nobody thought would have been even possible. This is a process that would have taken, in some cases, years, and we did it in a matter of months. Thanks to the efforts of Operation Warp Speed, we remain on track to deliver a vaccine very rapidly, in record time.”
Americans are already on guard for the 2020 presidential election to be one of the most heavily contested and uncertain elections in their lifetimes. We might not know the actual outcome for days, weeks, or even months potentially.
Social media continues to buzz this morning, over a clip of a presser President Trump held yesterday, August 29, 2020, at a Lake Charles, Louisiana fire-house, on his tour to survey the destruction Hurricane Laura left in its wake …
The current domestic political situation has decomposed into a national security issue. The 2020 political cycle is being utilized to mask the extremely hostile revolutionary nature of these events. Even the violence is distraction.
On November 6, 2018, Rueters reported the following:
China last month granted initial approval for 16 new trademarks for the fashion brand of U.S. President Donald Trump’s daughter and adviser Ivanka, including voting machines and nursing homes, a search of official records on Tuesday showed.
Eric Schmidt, the former head of Google and the current chair of the US Department of Defense’s Defense Innovation Advisory Board, has a hot investment tip for you. Schmidt is saying that the virus will be with us in one form or another for the rest of our lives, and investing in surveillance testing is going to be very good business.
The National Association of Software and Service Companies, a trade body of Indian firms, recently sent a concerned letter to President Donald Trump. Amid record unemployment across the country, they demanded that the flow of visa workers upon which NASSCOM depends for low-paid labor remain undisturbed. In particular, the group asked the president to stay his hand from touching H-1B and L-1 visas.