Donald Trump’s decisive leadership is making all the difference.
Democrats would rather see Trump fail than America get the help it needs.
Donald Trump made a coronavirus move that’s making Nancy Pelosi see red.
The Democrats are trying to change society by exaggerating risks to the public and building up fear.
No one watching mainstream media reporting would ever think that murder and violent crime rates have actually gone down.
But that’s what the statistics show.
The data on the Chinese coronavirus can be presented in a way that’s absolutely terrifying.
If the media just presents the number of people of reported cases versus the people who have died, the statistics don’t look good.
But there’s a real problem with that reporting because many people who get the virus are never even tested.
Researchers are estimating that 20%-30% of people who get the virus are completely asymptomatic.
The people most likely to be tested are people with serious complications from the illness.
America now is number one in terms of confirmed cases but America definitely doesn’t have the most cases, they’re just doing a far better job testing.
Five other countries have a higher death rate. China and Iran’s numbers are probably far higher than their official figures.
What this means is that the death rate probably isn’t as high as it currently seems just based off of testing alone.
This is still a serious illness that calls for government action, just not the government action Nancy Pelosi is trying to take.
Nancy Pelosi is getting hammered for trying to make America into a socialist country instead of trying to deal with the current crisis.
Americans are increasingly trusting Donald Trump’s handling of the crisis that is based off facts and not using fear to try and push his own agenda.
His approval rating has never been higher.
According to The Daily Wire:
Gallup’s latest survey on Americans’ opinions of President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic contains a series of welcome numbers for the incumbent amid the election-year crisis.
Gallup’s new study finds that Trump’s approval among U.S. adults has jumped 5 points since earlier this month, surging from 44 to 49% approval. That approval rating is the best of his presidency, matching previous highs experienced in late January and early February as the Senate conducted the impeachment trial that ultimately acquitted the president of both of the Democrats’ impeachment articles.
“Independents’ and Democrats’ approval of Trump’s performance has increased slightly since earlier this month, tying as the best he has registered to date among each group,” Gallup explains. “The president’s approval rating among Republicans was already above 90%, and remains so — but is not currently his highest on record (94% in late January).”
The sudden increase among both independents and Democrats, which Gallup underscores is “highly unusual for Trump in particular,” indicates a true “rally,” the pollster explains. While Gallup somewhat downplays the development, describing the 5-point increase as a “small rally,” five points is significant in the midst of an economy-crushing crisis and in an election year that appears to be leading to a very close contest.
Donald Trump is proving himself to be a leader that Americans can count on through these hard times.
He’s doing his best in difficult circumstances to make the hard choices that bring America through this crisis and to protect American lives and livelihoods.