I just posted an article from CNN about Dr. Deborah Birx, one of the sycophants surrounding the Dumbshit Orange Nazi in the White House. She is also known for wearing scarves with every outfit she has. There is a reason that I cannot trust this woman.
Growing up in a small Kentucky town during the 1970s, one of my earliest childhood friends had a mother who was basically the town whore. She was what we now call a cougar. She was in her mid 40s, she put gray frositng/highlights in her light brown hair. She smoked Kent 100s and drove around in a Pontiac Bonneville. She also wore scarves all the time. My parents told me about her in the sense that she couldn’t be trusted, I found out later about the whore thing. “She wears all those garish scarves around her neck to divert attention from her eyes because if you watch her eyes, you can tell she is lying.”
My parents were absolutely correct about her. I see the same thing with Dr. Birx, another cougar who tries to mask her own insincerity with those garish scarves around her neck to divert attention away from her eyes, because looking in her eyes is a sure way to tell that she is lying.
Dr. Birx never entered mySnall world until she started appearing on TV with Dumbshit Orange Nazi every night. Now you all know the reason I can never trust even one word that comes out of her mouth.
An aggrieved Trump blames press for furor over disinfectant comments as Birx defends him
Analysis by Maeve Reston, CNN
Updated 2:42 PM ET, Sun April 26, 2020
(CNN)The furor over President Donald Trump’s toxic suggestion that the coronavirus might be treated with an injection of disinfectant mounted Sunday as the President avoided the briefing room and one of his top medical advisers insisted his remarks were misinterpreted.
After several days in which state public health officials have rushed to issue urgent warnings to Americans about the dangers of ingesting disinfectants, Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator, sidestepped the opportunity to amplify that message Sunday.
Asked by CNN’s Jake Tapper what the American people should know about disinfectants and the human body, she instead defended the President’s tendency to muse aloud about his ideas as he processes new information, and suggested that the media had missed the point of the White House presentation.
Birx noted that when Trump made the remark Thursday, he was engaged in a “dialogue” with William Bryan, the acting head of science at the Department of Homeland Security, about a study detailing the use of light and disinfectants to help kill the coronavirus on surfaces.
“I think I’ve made it clear that this was a musing, as you described,” Birx told Tapper on “State of the Union” Sunday, dodging a question about whether she’s bothered by having to spend time discussing the President’s comments, by criticizing “the news cycle.”
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This morning, several decisions were made. These choices all had to do with priorities, and what was more important than others on the list. Sometimes, these choices are very difficult and it seems like there is no good answer. Those are the toughest decisions to make.
The first decision was to purchase a good air purifier. My sinuses aren’t improving well age, and the headaches and sneezing are wearing me out. I decided to get a Dyson because every air purifier that looked like more than cheap plastic was going to cost a lot anyway. I figured that it was best to go with a brand name that is widely respected.
That decision made my next choice very easy. I had been toying with the idea of buying a new guitar. Obviously, that won’t be happening now that I already spent the money for the air purifier. I also decided that the remainder of my list was going to be put away and dealt with at another time. One major purchase is enough.
Today was a day to get motivated. I watched a short video from DDP as he talked about motivation and the desire to improve. Good advice all around with some I am looking forward to my next session tomorrow. additional videos to watch about diet and what we eat, and how our food has been genetically modified. Kinda disturbing actually.
The advice is sound and it does help with motivation. I’m looking forward to my next session tomorrow.
This weekend seems to have vanished without a trace. It seems like 5 minutes ago I wished my coworkers a good weekend at the conclusion of our Virtual Happy Hour on Friday afternoon. Since then there is as an entire night lost to insomnia, and that undoubtedly helped to screw up my weekend.
My sinuses were better last night and I managed over 8 hours of sleep. This would be ideal if I could maintain that average, but it has never been like that for me. We are looking at an air purifier to help with the allergies and sinus problems, and we might make a decision soon about that.
In the meantime, my goal for today will be to rest and prepare for the upcoming week at work. The cycle repeats.