Four years of White House lies ending soon.
An impeached US President is being slowly tossed out of office by the US electorate as hard working poll workers count in-person ballots and then the mailed ballots. Huge damage has been done to America’s reputation.
Three weeks into 2021 the nightmare should end and new ones begin. Meanwhile, Trump will not go peaceably and some hectic times lie ahead from this hour forward.
by Micheal John
“Stop the voting” and “stop the counting”, is what the Trump family and Rudy Giuliani are growling to disenfranchise voters during an extremely close Presidential race involving more votes ever cast in America for a presidential election.
Trump is suing all over the country to disenfranchise voters who marked an ‘X’ for former Vice-President Joe Biden.
America is living in a TV drama world full of gangsterism.
While poll workers count ballots, and Trump’s illegal militia load bullets into automatic weapon magazines, there should be acknowledgement that this counting time ought to be a calming time.
Ideally, Trump should be escorted away in handcuffs.
Trump taught the world that America is not acting in good faith, with the world.
The concept once sworn to be America seems a fraud. The 9 August 2018, bombed school bus in Yemen; 3 January’s mass murder in Baghdad, a clear war crime; children stolen from their families and molested according to the ACLU; and a signature that is worth nothing as in the case of the JCPOA and the Paris Climate Accord.
That Donald Trump has lost re-election in the “USA Election 2020” there is no doubt. The Biden/Harris ticket has won more than 50% of the US vote and that is usually quite decisive. Moreover, Biden won more votes than any presidential candidate in American history.
In a democracy, poll workers must not be terrified while doing their vote counting as Trump tries to undermine the vote count.
Below charts show findings of two newspapers’ fact checkers regarding the number of “false or misleading” or “false” claims by U.S. President Donald Trump.
Four years of Trump & Pence in office highlighted American malfeasance around the world and gave rise to the global perception that America is not what it says it is, in fact, America is a collective: bully, liar, thief and murderer.
- “In 993 days, President Trump has made 13,435 false or misleading claims“. The Washington Post. Archived from the original on October 24, 2019. Fact Checker (December 10, 2019).
- “President Trump has made 15,413 false or misleading claims over 1,055 days“. The Washington Post. Archived from the original on December 17, 2019. Fact Checker (January 19, 2020).
- “In 1,095 days, President Trump has made 16,241 false or misleading claims“. The Washington Post. Archived from the original on January 20, 2019. Fact Checker (April 3, 2020).
- “In 1,170 days, President Trump has made 18,000 false or misleading claims“. The Washington Post. Archived from the original on April 15, 2020. Fact Checker (May 29, 2020).
- “In 1,226 days, President Trump has made 19,127 false or misleading claims“. The Washington Post. Archived from the original on June 4, 2020. Fact Checker (July 9, 2020).
- “In 1,267 days, President Trump has made 20,055 false or misleading claims“. The Washington Post. Archived from the original on July 13, 2020. Fact Checker (August 27, 2020).
- “In 1,316 days, President Trump has made 22,247 false or misleading claims“.
- The Washington Post. Archived from the original on October 21, 2020. — Toronto Star and CNN (lower chart)
- “Donald Trump has now said more than 5,000 false things as president“. Toronto Star. Archived from the original on October 3, 2019. Dale, Daniel (January 6, 2020).
- “Internal chart of Trump’s false claims per day from July 8 (2019)“. CNN. Archived from the original on January 6, 2020. (image of chart). Dale, Daniel (March 9, 2020).
- “Trump is averaging about 59 false claims per week since … July 8, 2019.“. CNN. Archived from the original on March 9, 2020. (direct image of chart)
- Related articles: Glenn Kessler, Salvador Rizzo and Meg Kelly (October 14, 2019).
- “President Trump has made 13,435 false or misleading claims over 993 days“. The Washington Post. Archived from the original on November 1, 2019. Glenn Kessler, Salvador Rizzo and Meg Kelly, (December 16, 2019).
- “President Trump has made 15,413 false or misleading claims over 1,055 days“. The Washington Post. Archived from the original on December 17, 2019. Tubb, Ed (June 5, 2019).
- “Washington bureau chief Daniel Dale does his last Trump fact check for the Toronto Star“. Toronto Star. Archived from the original on June 9, 2019. — apparently the reason I could not find an updated version of the Toronto Star fact check chart: fact-checker Daniel Dale moved to CNN: (2019).
- “Daniel Dale / Reporter (profile)“. CNN. Archived from the original on September 2, 2019. Kessler, Glenn; Rizzo, Salvador; Kelly, Meg (January 20, 2020).
- “President Trump made 16,241 false or misleading claims in his first three years“. The Washington Post. Kessler, Glen; Rizzo, Salvador; Kelly, Meg (April 14, 2020).
- “President Trump made 18,000 false or misleading claims in 1,170 days“. The Washington Post. Archived from the original on April 15, 2020. Kessler, Glen; Rizzo, Salvador; Kelly, Meg (June 2, 2020).
- “The central feature of Trump’s presidency: False claims and disinformation“. The Washington Post. Archived from the original on June 4, 2020. Kessler, Glenn; Rizzo, Salvador; Kelly, Meg (July 13, 2020).
- “President Trump has made more than 20,000 false or misleading claims“. The Washington Post. Archived from the original on July 13, 2020. Blake, Meredith, (October 30, 2020).
- “Trump makes so many false claims, CNN fact-checker Daniel Dale has lost count“. The Los Angeles Times.
Solving the problems created by Election 2020
With Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in the White House, the nation faces the brutal fact that over 68 million American voters preferred a misogynistic, fraudulent liar whose government initiated a policy for stealing children from migrant mothers’ arms and cheated bus companies of their payment for driving supporters from election rallies back to their cars.
Worse, Trump caused the additional COVID-19 infections of what are likely millions from all the rallies where he promoted the public disgrace of people wearing masks.
Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani screaming, “fraud” and “stop the voting” [sic] have further lowered their esteem. They knew they would lose and planned to try and steal the election.
No matter what happens next, Donald Trump and Michael Pence have lost the election and are now subject to various criminal charges.
Americans should have faith in the voting process and have the constitutional right to have their lawfully cast ballots counted. That simple proposition is a cornerstone of American democracy.
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) November 5, 2020
January 18, 2022
U.S.A. (pop. 332,433,842)
- CoV19 Reported Cases: 67,454,108
- Current Reported Deaths:(CFR: 1.30%): 869,895 Estimated actual: 958,252
- Cured: 43,165,667
- Beta experimental: All time reported + unreported asymptomatic people maybe not sick, not immune, but possibly infectious and including the many people who have had several mild or asymptomatic infections: 342,232,990.92
- 102.95% of the USA may have been infected or even reinfected including reported + estimated unreported mild and estimated asymptomatic (342,232,990.92) persons, some of whom may not have been ill in their first course of the disease, but could have spread the disease.
- 1.30% is USA current Case Fatality Rate (CFR) &
- 0.28% is estimated inferred average Infection Fatality Rate (IFR)
- 958,252 estimated total COVID-19 deaths including unreported likely-cause excess deaths. According to projections of IHME, IHME calculation of excess deaths is higher than what CSPaC is estimating.
- CoV19 Cases: 263,956,410
- Deaths: 4,712,152 | 1.68%
- Cured: 229,579,950
- Reported + estimated all unreported 1,700,135,957
Note: Total statistics for the United States do not include these offshore territories. The US Military is included as if it is an offshore territory, not reported as continental USA data but as USA overall totals and included in world totals. FPMag evaluates these separately for many reasons.
|Continental US||66,712,084||869,895 | 1.30%||42,594,374|
|+US Military||461,294||649 | 0.1%||404,300|
|+Guam||22,479||274 | 1.2%||19,271|
|+Puerto Rico||241,335||3,393 | 1.41%||188,970|
|+US Virgin Islands||13,110||90 | 0.7%||11,060|
|+Northern Mariana Islands||3,802||20 | 0.5%||3,317|
|+American Samoa||4||0 | %||4|
The American Epicenter including ALL Territories has 44.11 % of global 'active' cases (23,414,120 USA (incl territories) / 53,082,854 Global), people infected with COVID-19 now.
Abundant proof that vaccines are working, an observation derived from unrelated data analysis.
As the epicenter we look at continental USA together with US territories and without. The declining CFR in the continental United States is believed to be due to vaccination rates and is abundant proof that the vaccines are working.
In order to avoid letting countries that refuse to report the sum of case recoveries, thus skewing global calculations, Ecuador, France, Netherlands, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain and Sweden 'recoveries' are estimated based on the current reported global recoveries as a percentage of all cases. (([reported recoveries]) divide (331,410,518 [Global Reported Sum of All Cases] less 13,925,518 [France Sum of Cases] less 625,059 [Ecuador Sum of Cases] less 8,424,503 [Spain Sum of Cases] less 3,611,351 [Netherlands Sum of Cases] less 1,560,363 [Sweden Sum of Cases] less 2,606,126 [Peru Sum of Cases])) = 83% a coefficient which is then adjusted according to the number of cases in the past 30 days and the new coefficient is applied to the sum of each of these nation's cumulative cases to estimate the missing recoveries data. In the case of France some additional hospital-sourced recovery data is factored.
|All USA||Sum of Cases||Deaths||Recovered||Active|
See also IHME Estimates for America.
Source: Civil Society Partners for COVID-19 Solidarity https://nwob.org/ncov/ Civil Society Partners for Solidarity Against COVID-19
The gruesome legacy of Donald Trump’s Presidency: a million excess deaths by April 2021.