December 31: China reports the discovery of the coronavirus to the World Health Organization.
JANUARY 2: SENATE MAJORITY LEADER CHUCK SCHUMER ANNOUNCES ‘DEVASTATING BLOW’ WITH NEWLY RELEASE EMAILS RELEVANT TO IMPEACHMENT
JANUARY 5: WHO PRESS RELEASE ON CORONAVIRUS:
Based on information provided by national authorities, WHO’s recommendations on public health measures and surveillance of influenza and severe acute respiratory infections still apply.
WHO does not recommend any specific measures for travellers. In case of symptoms suggestive of respiratory illness either during or after travel, travellers are encouraged to seek medical attention and share travel history with their healthcare provider.
WHO advises against the application of any travel or trade restrictions on China based on the current information available on this event.
January 6: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a travel notice for Wuhan, China due to the spreading coronavirus.
January 7: The CDC established a coronavirus incident management system to better share and respond to information about the virus.
JANUARY 9: PELOSI MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT STATING SHE’LL TRANSMIT ARTICLES TO SENATE SOON WHILE PINNING BLAME ON REPUBLICANS
JANUARY 10: WHO PRESS RELEASE ON CORONAVIRUS:
While the cause of the pneumonia seems to be a novel coronavirus, transmission potential and modes of transmission remain unclear. Therefore, it would be prudent to reduce the general risk of acute respiratory infections while travelling in or from affected areas (currently Wuhan City) by:
– avoiding close contact with people suffering from acute respiratory infections;
– frequent hand-washing, especially after direct contact with ill people or their environment;
– avoiding close contact with live or dead farm or wild animals;
– travellers with symptoms of acute respiratory infection should practice cough etiquette (maintain distance, cover coughs and sneezes with disposable tissues or clothing, and wash hands).
International traffic: no restrictions recommended
WHO does not recommend any specific health measures for travellers. It is generally considered that entry screening offers little benefit, while requiring considerable resources. In case of symptoms suggestive to respiratory illness before, during or after travel, the travellers are encouraged to seek medical attention and share travel history with their health care provider. WHO advises against the application of any travel or trade restrictions on China based on the information currently available on this event.
JANUARY 10: PELOSI MAKES STATEMENT ON TRANSMITTING ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT TO SENATE
January 11: The CDC issued a Level I travel health notice for Wuhan, China.
Note 3/11: Just as impeachment is formalized with the announcement of impeachment managers, the WHO issues a statement communicating that it has no concerns about human-to-human transmission, which is peculiar given its robust understanding of the very nature of coronavirus strains.
JANUARY 14: WHO DECLARES NO HUMAN-TO-HUMAN TRANSMISSION CONCERNS
Preliminary investigations conducted by the Chinese authorities have found no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of the novel #coronavirus (2019-nCoV) identified in #Wuhan, #China
JANUARY 14: PELOSI ANNOUNCEMENT ON IMPEACHMENT MANAGERS AND TIMELINE
JANUARY 15: HOUSE VOTES ON IMPEACHMENT MANAGERS
JANUARY 15: PELOSI HOLDS RARE IMPEACHMENT ENGROSSMENT CEREMONY
JANUARY 15: ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT FORMALLY TRANSMITTED TO SENATE
JANUARY 16: ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT FORMALLY RECEIVED IN SENATE
January 17: The CDC began implementing public health entry screening at the 3 U.S. airports that received the most travelers from Wuhan – San Francisco, New York JFK, and Los Angeles.
Note 4/11: This juncture is critical. Once again and on precisely merging vectors we have President Trump’s Articles of Impeachment being formally received in the Senate; with votes on trial rules occurring the next day, converging on the same day that COVID-19 emerges in the US for the fist time.
JANUARY 20: FIRST CONFIRMED US CASE OF CORONAVIRUS IN WA STATE
January 20: Dr. Fauci announces the National Institutes of Health is already working on the development of a vaccine for the coronavirus.
January 21: The CDC activated its emergency operations center to provide ongoing support to the coronavirus response.
JANUARY 21: SENATE VOTES ON TRIAL RULES
JANUARY 22: SENATE TRIAL / PROSECUTION OPENING ARGUMENTS
January 23: The CDC sought a “special emergency authorization” from the FDA to allow states to use its newly developed coronavirus test.
Note 5/11: As the Senate trial is opening with the prosecution’s opening arguments, the WHO is still reluctant to revise its initial risk assessment, thus keeping recommendations less stringent.
JANUARY 23: WHO STATES IT’S ‘TOO EARLY’ TO DECLARE GLOBAL HEALTH EMERGENCY
JANUARY 23: SENATE TRIAL / PROSECUTION OPENING ARGUMENTS
JANUARY 24: WHO PRESS RELEASE ON CORONAVIRUS:
This is an update to the WHO advice in relation to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus nCoV, published by WHO on 10 January 2020. Since that date, travel-related cases linked to Wuhan City have been reported in several countries. For details about the current outbreak in China and the exported cases, please refer to the Diseases Outbreak News and the situation reports published by WHO.
So far, the main clinical signs and symptoms reported in this outbreak include fever, difficulty in breathing, and chest radiographs showing bilateral lung infiltrates. As of 24 January 2020, human-to-human transmission has been confirmed largely in Wuhan city, but also some other places in China and internationally. Not enough is known about the epidemiology of 2019-nCoV to draw definitive conclusions about the full clinical features of disease, the intensity of the human-to-human transmission, and the original source of the outbreak.
The current outbreak originated in Wuhan city, which is a major domestic and international transport hub. Given the large population movements, expected to significantly increase during the Chinese New Year in the last week of January, and the observed human to human transmission, it is not unexpected that new confirmed cases will continue to appear in other areas and countries.
With the information currently available for the novel coronavirus, WHO advises that measures to limit the risk of exportation or importation of the disease should be implemented, without unnecessary restrictions of international traffic.
WHO advises against the application of any restrictions of international traffic based on the information currently available on this event.
JANUARY 24: SENATE TRIAL / PROSECUTION OPENING ARGUMENTS
JANUARY 25: SENATE TRIAL / DEFENSE OPENING ARGUMENTS
JANUARY 26: SENATE TRIAL / DEFENSE OPENING ARGUMENTS
January 27: The CDC issued a level III travel health notice urging Americans to avoid all nonessential travel to China due to the coronavirus.
JANUARY 27: SENATE TRIAL / DEFENSE OPENING ARGUMENTS
JANUARY 27: WHO REVISES TRAVEL RECOMMENDATIONS
Note 6/11: As mentioned above, as the President’s counsel closes its opening arguments in authoritatively convincing fashion that the case against the President is an abvious fraudulent fabrication, the WHO curiously decides to claim an error in their data causing them to revise its COVID-19 risk assessment in more stringent fashion. It’s reasonable to assume this stance relative to our hypothesis: everyone sees the handwriting on the wall and there is no chance the impeachment will bear fruit. THIS TRIGGERS A TRANSITION (aforementioned “transitional events”) to the next step in the construct. In the case here, that next step is ensuring that COVID-19 becomes what it need to be – a global pandemic. Notice how the WHO has still yet to curb travel?
JANUARY 28: SENATE TRIAL / DEFENSE OPENING ARGUMENTS CONCLUDE
JANUARY 28: WHO CITES ERROR REVISES RISK ASSESSMENT OF COVID-19 IN PREVIOUS SITUATION REPORTS
1An error in the wording of the situation reports dated 23, 24 and 25 January was corrected on 26 January. Those reports did not correctly reflect the WHO risk assessment. The risk assessment used to inform our actions, our advice to countries, and to brief Emergency Committee members, evaluates the risk as follows: very high in China, high in the region and high globally. (The situation reports on the above dates incorrectly reported it as moderate at the global level. They have been corrected.)Data as reported by 28 January 2020*The situation report includes information reported to WHO Geneva by 10 AM
January 29: The White House announced the formation of the Coronavirus Task Force to help monitor and contain the spread of the virus and provide updates to the President.
Note 7/11: In close proximity to the aforementioned revision in data – the revision that parallels the notion that now everyone in the free world knows the President is innocent due to the timing of his counsel’s arguments coinciding with the weekend – the WHO then further revises its position on COVID-19 and in wholesale fashion to declares it a PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY. Again, it’s the timing of the Bill Gates/China controlled WHO that strikes here.
JANUARY 30: WHO ALTERS STANCE AND RECLASSIFIES COVID-19
The Director-General declared that the outbreak of 2019-nCoV constitutes a PHEIC and accepted the Committee’s advice and issued this advice as Temporary Recommendations under the IHR.
January 31: The Trump Administration:
– Declared the coronavirus a public health emergency.
– Announced Chinese travel restrictions.
– Suspended entry into the United States for foreign nationals who pose a risk of transmitting the coronavirus.
January 31: The Department of Homeland Security took critical steps to funnel all flights from China into just 7 domestic U.S. airports.
Note 8/11: As impeachment continues to unravel and with the onus to call witnesses transferred to the Senate, the Democrats continue their obfuscation efforts by dragging the John Bolton testimony into the mix. Again, this is nothing more than another failed maneuver from start to finish.
JANUARY 31: SCHEDULED TRIAL DEBATE AND JOHN BOLTON WITNESS TESTIMONY CONSIDERATION
February 3: The CDC had a team ready to travel to China to obtain critical information on the novel coronavirus, but were in the U.S. awaiting permission to enter by the Chinese government.
February 4: President Trump vowed in his State of the Union Address to “take all necessary steps” to protect Americans from the coronavirus.
Note 9/11: This is an obvious marker as it brings impeachment to a close but more importantly, it officially galvanizes COVID-19 as the next transitional event in this ongoing treasonous and seditious coup d’etat to remove President Trump.
FEBRUARY 5: SENATE VOTES TO ACQUIT PRESIDENT TRUMP
February 6: The CDC began shipping CDC-Developed test kits for the 2019 Novel Coronavirus to U.S. and international labs.
February 9: The White House Coronavirus Task Force briefed governors from across the nation at the National Governors’ Association Meeting in Washington.
FEBRUARY 11: WHO REVISES TRAVEL RECOMMENDATIONS
February 11: The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) expanded a partnership with Janssen Research & Development to “expedite the development” of a coronavirus vaccine.
February 12: The U.S. shipped test kits for the 2019 novel coronavirus to approximately 30 countries who lacked the necessary reagents and other materials.
February 12: The CDC was prepared to travel to China but had yet to receive permission from the Chinese government.
February 14: The CDC began working with five labs to conduct “community-based influenza surveillance” to study and detect the spread of coronavirus.
February 18: HHS announced it would engage with Sanofi Pasteur in an effort to quickly develop a coronavirus vaccine and to develop treatment for coronavirus infections.
February 24: The Trump Administration sent a letter to Congress requesting at least $2.5 billion to help combat the spread of the coronavirus.
February 26: President Trump discussed coronavirus containment efforts with Indian PM Modi and updated the press on his Administration’s containment efforts in the U.S. during his state visit to India.
FEBRUARY 27: Chinese Consul-General Huang Ping visited Comcast’s headquarters in New York
FEBRUARY 28: NBC LEADS-OUT ON FALSE COVID-19 “HOAX” STORY
February 29: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) allowed certified labs to develop and begin testing coronavirus testing kits while reviewing pending applications.
FEBRUARY 29: WHO REVISES TRAVEL RECOMMENDATIONS
February 29: The Trump Administration:
– Announced a level 4 travel advisory to areas of Italy and South Korea.
– Barred all travel to Iran.
– Barred the entry of foreign citizens who visited Iran in the last 14 days.
March 3: The CDC lifted federal restrictions on coronavirus testing to allow any American to be tested for coronavirus, “subject to doctor’s orders.”
March 3: The White House announced President Trump donated his fourth quarter salary to fight the coronavirus.
March 4: The Trump Administration announced the purchase of approximately 500 million N95 respirators over the next 18 months to respond to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
March 4: Secretary Azar announced that HHS was transferring $35 million to the CDC to help state and local communities that have been impacted most by the coronavirus.
March 6: President Trump signed an $8.3 billion bill to fight the coronavirus outbreak.
The bill provides $7.76 billion to federal, state, & local agencies to combat the coronavirus and authorizes an additional $500 million in waivers for Medicare telehealth restrictions.
March 9: President Trump called on Congress to pass a payroll tax cut over coronavirus.
March 10: President Trump and VP Pence met with top health insurance companies and secured a commitment to waive co-pays for coronavirus testing.
Note 10/11: At this juncture and assuming that COVID-19 is the political construct I’ve suggested it is, it’s certainly galvanized by this date as we all found ourselves questioning the what the future holds with a global pandemic casting its shadow over us.
MARCH 11: WHO DECLARES COVID A GLOBAL PANDEMIC
WHO Director-General in his regular media briefing today stated that WHO has been assessing this outbreak around the clock and we are deeply concerned both by the alarming levels of spread and severity, and by the alarming levels of inaction. WHO thereforehave made the assessment that COVID-19 can be characterized as a pandemic.For detailed information, please see here.
Note 11/11: THE REMAINDER OF TRUMP’S TIMELINE REMAINS IF FULL. THERE ARE NO FURTHER OVERLAYS OR NOTATION BOXES, SO YOU ARE WELCOME TO SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE TIMELINE FOR CLOSING REMARKS.
March 11: President Trump:
– Announced travel restrictions on foreigners who had visited Europe in the last 14 days.
– Directed the Small Business Administration to issue low-interest loans to affected small businesses and called on congress to increase this fund by $50 billion.
– Directed the Treasury Department to defer tax payments for affected individuals & businesses, & provide $200 billion in “additional liquidity.”
– Met with American bankers at the White House to discuss coronavirus.
March 13: President Trump declared a national emergency in order to access $42 billion in existing funds to combat the coronavirus.
March 13: President Trump announced:
– Public-private partnerships to open up drive-through testing collection sites.
– A pause on interest payments on federal student loans.
– An order to the Department of Energy to purchase oil for the strategic petroleum reserve.
March 13: The Food & Drug Administration:
– Granted Roche AG an emergency approval for automated coronavirus testing kits.
– Issued an emergency approval to Thermo Fisher for a coronavirus test within 24 hours of receiving the request.
March 13: HHS announced funding for the development of two new rapid diagnostic tests, which would be able to detect coronavirus in approximately 1 hour.
March 14: The Coronavirus Relief Bill passed the House of Representatives.
March 14: The Trump Administration announced the European travel ban will extend to the UK and Ireland.
March 15: President Trump held a phone call with over two dozen grocery store executives to discuss on-going demand for food and other supplies.
March 15: HHS announced it is projected to have 1.9 million COVID-19 tests available in 2,000 labs this week.
March 15: Google announced a partnership with the Trump Administration to develop a website dedicated to coronavirus education, prevention, & local resources.
March 15: All 50 states were contacted through FEMA to coordinate “federally-supported, state-led efforts” to end coronavirus.
March 16: President Trump:
– Held a tele-conference with governors to discuss coronavirus preparedness and response.
– Participated in a call with G7 leaders who committed to increasing coordination in response to the coronavirus and restoring global economic confidence.
– Announced that the first potential vaccine for coronavirus has entered a phase one trial in a record amount of time.
– Announced “15 days to slow the spread” coronavirus guidance.
March 16: The FDA announced it was empowering states to authorize tests developed and used by labs in their states.
March 16: Asst. Secretary for Health confirmed the availability of 1 million coronavirus tests, and projected 2 million tests available the next week and 5 million the following.
March 17: President Trump announced:
– CMS will expand telehealth benefits for Medicare beneficiaries.
– Relevant Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act penalties will not be enforced.
– The Army Corps of Engineers is on ”standby” to assist federal & state governments.
March 17: President Trump spoke to fast food executives from Wendy’s, McDonald’s and Burger King to discuss drive-thru services recommended by CDC
March 17: President Trump met with tourism industry representatives along with industrial supply, retail, and wholesale representatives.
March 17: Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin met with lawmakers to discuss stimulus measures to relieve the economic burden of coronavirus on certain industries, businesses, and American workers.
March 17: Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced a partnership between USDA, Baylor University, McLane Global, and Pepsi Co. to provide one million meals per weak to rural children in response to widespread school closures.
March 17: The Treasury Department:
– Contributed $10bil through the economic stabilization fund to the Federal Reserve’s commercial paper funding facility.
– Deferred $300 billion in tax payments for 90 days without penalty, up to $1mil for individuals & $10mil for business.
March 17: The Department of Defense announced it will make available to HHS up to five million respirator masks and 2,000 ventilators.
March 18: President Trump announced:
– Temporary closure of the U.S.-Canada border to non-essential traffic.
– Plans to invoke the Defense Production Act in order to increase the number of necessary supplies needed to combat coronavirus.
– FEMA has been activated in every region at its highest level of response.
– The U.S. Navy will deploy USNS Comfort and USNS Mercy hospital ships.
– All foreclosures and evictions will be suspended for a period of time.
March 18: Secretary of Defense Mark Esper confirmed:
– 1 million masks are now immediately available.
– The Army Corps of Engineers is in NY consulting on how to best assist state officials.
March 18: HHS temporarily suspended a regulation that prevents doctors from practicing across state lines.
March 18: President Trump spoke to:
– Doctors, physicians, and nurses on the front lines containing the spread of coronavirus.
– 130 CEOs of the Business Roundtable to discuss on-going public-private partnerships in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
March 19: President Trump announced:
– Very encouraging progress shown by anti-malaria drug Hydroxychloroquine for fighting coronavirus.
– Carnival Cruise Lines will make ships available for use as hospitals in impacted areas to use for non-coronavirus patients.
March 19: Vice President Pence announced tens of thousands of ventilators have been identified that can be converted to treat patients.
March 19: The State Department issued a global level 4 health advisory, telling Americans to avoid all international travel due to coronavirus.
March 19: President Trump directed FEMA to take the lead on the Federal Government’s coronavirus response & visited FEMA HQ with Vice President Pence for a video call with Governors.
March 20: The U.S. and Mexico agree to mutually restrict nonessential cross-border traffic.
March 20: Secretary Mnuchin announced at the direction of President Trump that tax day will be moved from April 15 to July 15 for all taxpayers and businesses.
March 20: President Trump:
– Spoke with Sen. Schumer about coronavirus response & stimulus measures
– Held a call with over 12,000 small business owners to discuss relief efforts
– Announced the CDC will invoke Title 42 to provide border patrol with tools to secure the borders
March 20: The Department of Education announced it will:
– Not enforce standardized testing requirements for the remainder of the school year
– Allow federal student loan borrowers to stop payments without penalty for 60 days
March 20: Secretary Azar announced:
– FEMA is coordinating and assisting coronavirus testing at labs across the country
– The CDC is suspending all illegal entries to the country based on the public health threat, via Section 362 of the Public Health & Security Act
March 20: Secretary Azar sent a letter to all 50 Governors that the federal government is buying and making available 200,000 testing swabs
March 21: Vice President Pence announced to date over 195,000 Americans tested for coronavirus and have received their results
March 21: The Trump Administration announced HHS placed an order for hundreds of millions of N95 masks through FEMA
March 21: The FDA announced it had given emergency approval to a new coronavirus test that delivers results in hours, with an intended rollout of March 30
March 21: Adm. Giroir confirmed 10 million testing kits had been put into the commercial market from March 2 through March 14
March 22: President Trump approved major disaster declarations for:
– Washington State
March 22: President Trump announced:
– Governors will remain in command of National Guard forces & the federal govt will fund 100% of operations cost
– He directed the federal govt to provide 4 large federal medical stations with 2,000 beds for CA & 1,000 beds for NY & WA.
March 22: President Trump confirmed his administration was working with Peru & Honduras to return Americans stranded in both countries as a result of travel restrictions.
March 22: Vice President Pence announced:
– The testing backlog will be resolved by midweek/
– To date, over 254,000 Americans have been tested for coronavirus and received their results.
March 22: President Trump announced that the USNS Mercy will be deployed to Los Angeles.
March 22: FEMA issued guidance for tribal governments to seek federal assistance under the President’s emergency declaration.
March 23: President Trump signed an executive order invoking section 4512 of the Defense Production Act to prohibit the hoarding of vital medical supplies.
March 23: VP Pence announced:
– 313,000 Americans were tested for the coronavirus & received results.
– FEMA established a supply chain stabilization task force so Americans get supplies they need.
– HHS will have commercial labs prioritize testing for hospitalized patients.
March 23: The White House Office of Science & Technology Policy announced a public-private consortium to:
– Advance coronavirus research.
– Provide access to computing technology and resources for researchers.
March 23: Attorney General Barr announced:
– The Justice Department held a National Task Force meeting on hoarding and price gouging.
– Each of the 93 U.S. Attorney General offices is designating a lead prosectuor to prevent hoarding.
March 23: President Trump announced HHS is working to designate essential medical supplies as “scarce” to prohibit hoarding of these items.
March 23: The Treasury Department announced it is working with the Federal Reserve to lend up to $300 billion to businesses and local governments.
March 24: President Trump announced the Army Corps of Engineers & the National Guard are constructing four hospitals and four medical centers in New York.
March 24: President Trump approved a major disaster declaration for the state of Iowa related to the coronavirus outbreak.
March 24: Vice President Pence:
– Confirmed FEMA sent New York 2,000 ventilators.
– Announced individuals who have recently been in New York should self-quarantine for 14 days.
March 24: Dr. Deborah Birx announced the U.S. has conducted more coronavirus tests in the last week than South Korea has over the prior eight weeks.
March 24: The U.S. Army issued orders for three army hospitals to deploy their health care professionals to New York and Washington state, at the direction of Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy
TIMELINE / END
Let’s revisit our hypothesis in general form as we consider the entangled timelines above. Why did Nancy Pelosi rush impeachment only to slam on the brakes and delay the entire process by over a month? Why did she ignore her investigatory onus and, wittingly at best and intentionally at worst, transmit to the Senate Articles of Impeachment representing an incomplete case? Why did the WHO slow play precautionary measures for COVID-19? Why does the WHO’s position continue to proportionately change as the impeachment effort unravels over time? Why did the WHO revise it’s data unfavorably on the same day that the President rested his opening arguments in convincing fashion? Why did the WHO revise its initial report to situate it BEFORE the impeachment process began; not AFTER?
As it relates to all of those questions, there is only answer I can think of that satisfactorily answers all of those questions and it’s based on the notion that the impeachment of Donald J. Trump existed primarily as the diversion and cover for COVID-19 as a political construct.
Our next exercise? Let’s see if Q left anything for us. Tipping my hand – the answer is most certainly yes. Stay tuned. (That article is now right HERE.)
*28 Mar 20 Revision: It should be noted and hat tip to Shazlandia for sending the original information leading to the SOURCE, that on 11 Jan 17 Dr. Fauci made a public statement at a Georgetown University conference that may or may not be revealing due to its proximity to the 13 Jan 17 Obama/Trump transition meeting. From the article,
During a forum on pandemic preparedness at Georgetown University, Fauci said the Trump administration will not only be challenged by ongoing global health threats such as influenza and HIV, but also a surprise disease outbreak.HEALIO
In it the article, Fauci was quoted,
The history of the last 32 years that I have been the director of the NIAID will tell the next administration that there is no doubt they will be faced with the challenges their predecessors were faced with.DR. ANTHONY FAUCI
Again, it’s the TIMING here as this pubic statement conveniently precedes the pandemic scenario insertion date by exactly two days.