COVID Reporting: TGP Suggests MSM “Overstating” Covid Mortality

Masks became the symbol of a divided country.  Yet, at the very same time, members and former members of mainstream media, leftist government officials, and even every-day democrats became obsessed with showing how seriously they take COVID-19 and exhibiting hatred for Americans wishing for independence and free will.  The irony: almost everyone had moments, some more than others, where the guidelines, mask orders, or any other “Public Health Suggestion” were completely ignored.  The reporting on COVID-19 by mainstream media caused a divide to the likes of which far surpass anything President Trump supposedly had a hand in.  Racism?  Illegal Immigration?  Rich get richer, poor get poorer?  Even if these were substantiated claims, there is no comparison to the divisiveness that even found itself splitting families apart.

    We Said

  1. The Mortality Reporting in the MSM Related to the Coronavirus Is Overstated and Needs to be Audited – Death Rates Are Going Down Not Up
  2. Another Leftist Hypocrite: St. Louis County Executive Sam Page Orders Strict Mask Mandates for All Local Citizens Then Is Caught Out in Public Without a Mask

    They Said

  1. Ebola was "scary," HIV was "insidiously" spread, but Covid-19 is Fauci's "worst nightmare" ("Coronavirus is “my worst nightmare,” worse in ways than Ebola or HIV, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said Tuesday.")
  2. Top health officials have changed their minds about face mask guidance -- but for good reason ("First, health officials said we shouldn't wear face masks. Then, they said we should. Now, many are saying we must wear masks if we want to protect the economy, reopen more schools and save tens of thousands of lives. "If we all wore face coverings for the next four, six, eight, 12 weeks across the nation, this virus transmission would stop," said Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.")
  3. How do I politely ask someone to wear a mask? ("Experts say you should make the request discreetly because shaming the person could put them on the defensive. Public health experts say masks are key to reducing the spread of COVID-19. But asking a stranger to put one on could still result in a volatile situation, since they may not be easily persuaded. Rather than risk a confrontation, experts say it might be best to steer clear of people without masks in public if you can. And if you’re in a store or restaurant, it’s best to have a manager or someone in charge ask the person, said Diane Gottsman, an etiquette expert. If you do find yourself interacting with someone who is not wearing a mask, Gottsman suggests saying something like, 'For your safety and mine, I would feel much more comfortable if we were both wearing masks.'" )


  1. Is a Mask That Covers the Mouth and Nose Free from Undesirable Side Effects in Everyday Use and Free of Potential Hazards? ("...we were able to demonstrate a statistically significant correlation in the quantitative analysis between the negative side effects of blood-oxygen depletion and fatigue in mask wearers... ..Masks expand the natural dead space (nose, throat, trachea, bronchi) outwards and beyond the mouth and nose. An experimental increase in the dead space volume during breathing increases carbon dioxide (CO2) retention at rest and under exertion and correspondingly the carbon dioxide partial pressure pCO2 in the blood (p < 0.05)... ...Moreover, recent studies on SARS-CoV-2 show both a significantly lower infectivity [175] and a significantly lower case mortality than previously assumed, as it could be calculated that the median corrected infection fatality rate (IFR) was 0.10% in locations with a lower than average global COVID-19 population mortality rate [176]. In early October 2020, the WHO also publicly announced that projections show COVID-19 to be fatal for approximately 0.14% of those who become ill—compared to 0.10% for endemic influenza—again a figure far lower than expected [177].")