Can you say scam without using the words $8 trillion

PL: Scott Jensen is both a physician and a Minnesota state senator. Yesterday he was interviewed by a local television station and dropped a bombshell: he, and presumably all other Minnesota doctors, got a seven-page letter from the Minnesota Department of Health that gave guidance on how to classify COVID-19 deaths. The letter said that if a patient died of, e.g., pneumonia, and was believed to have been exposed to COVID-19, the death certificate should say that COVID-19 was the cause of death even though the patient was never tested, or never tested positive

Here’s a hint: when the scam contains $8 trillion, feel free to guess it’s a scam.

5 Responses to “Can you say scam without using the words $8 trillion”

  1. feeblemind Says:

    I think it is in the interests of our ruling masters to juice the numbers killed by the Coronavirus. Having a minuscule body count may cause the little people to wonder if the economic shutdown was worth the cost?

    $8 trillion . . . yeah . . .

  2. D Says:

    Dr.Birx openly said during the task force press conference, without a blink, that this is how they are counting deaths. I’m pretty sure I heard it correctly.

  3. D Says:

    She also gushed about how much the American people can accomplish by changing their behavior. But it seems we still need more time in the re-education camp.

  4. feeblemind Says:

    Fed Unveils New Bailout Program, Will Provide Up To $2.3 Trillion In Loans To “Support Economy”

    “In our report from last night that JPM has halted all non-government guaranteed small business loans on what we surmised was fears of a default tsunami set to hit America’s companies, we asked “just how bad is it going to get” and implicitly, if not commercial banks, then who will fund America’s “main street” businesses?

    We got the answer this morning when the Federal Reserve announced its latest series of sweeping, unprecedented action to backstop the credit pillars supporting the entire economy and provide as much as $2.3 trillion in additional loans during the coronavirus pandemic, including starting programs to aid small and mid-sized businesses as well as state and local governments: “The funding will assist households and employers of all sizes and bolster the ability of state and local governments to deliver critical services during the coronavirus pandemic.”

    . . . “Our country’s highest priority must be to address this public health crisis, providing care for the ill and limiting the further spread of the virus,” said Chair Jerome Powell. “The Fed’s role is to provide as much relief and stability as we can during this period of constrained economic activity, and our actions today will help ensure that the eventual recovery is as vigorous as possible.”

    And to pursue that “recovery” – if primarily in the capital markets – Powell is launching a helicopter credit drop the likes of which have never been seen before. ”

  5. feeblemind Says:

    A Shocking 17 Million Americans Have Filed For Unemployment In Past 3 Weeks

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