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banyon 10:52 AM 01-23-2020


Updated info:

WORLD

There are currently 3,950,798 confirmed cases and 271,809 deaths from the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak as of May 8, 2020 15:03 GMT




U.S. Coronavirus Cases

As of May 8, 2020 at 14:58 GMT, there have been 1,295,101 confirmed cases and 77,059 deaths due to coronavirus COVID-19 in the United States.

AL-9,048 (371 deaths)
AK-374 (10 deaths)
AZ-9,945 (450 deaths, 1 recovered)
AR-3,694 (88 deaths)
CA - 62,477 (2,545 deaths, 6 recovered)
CO-18,371 (944 deaths)
CT- 31,784 (2,797 deaths)
DE-5,939 (202 deaths)
DC- 5,654 (285 deaths)
FL-38,828 (1,600 deaths)
GA - 31,679 (1,353 deaths)
HI- 629 (17 deaths)
ID-2,178 (67 deaths)
IL-70,873 (3,111 deaths, 2 recovered)
IN-22,503 (1,414 deaths)
IA-11,457 (243 deaths)
KS-6,359 (168 deaths)
KY- 6,128 (294 deaths, 2 recovered)
LA-30,652 (2,208 deaths)
ME-1,330 (62 deaths)
MD-30,485 (1,560 deaths, 4 recovered)
MA-73,721(4,552 deaths, 1 recovered)
MI-45,646 (4,343 deaths)
MN-9,365 (508 deaths, 24 recovered)
MS-8,686 (396 deaths)
MO-9,561 (454 deaths)
MT-457 (16 deaths)
NE-7,190 (90 deaths)
NV-5,766 (293 deaths)
NH-2,843 (114 deaths)
NJ- 135,106 (8,834 deaths)
NM-4,493 (172 deaths)
NY-337,421 (26,365 deaths)
NC-13,954 (529 deaths)
ND-1,371 (31 deaths)
OH-22,134 (1,274 deaths)
OK-4,330 (260 deaths, 1 recovered)
OR-2,989 (121 deaths)
PA-56,002 (3,592 deaths)
RI-10,779 (399 deaths)
SC-7,142 (316 deaths)
SD-2,905 (31 deaths, 6 recovered)
TN-14,096 (239 deaths)
TX-36,606 (1,030 deaths, 11 recovered)
UT-5,724 (61 deaths)
VT-919 (53 deaths)
VA-22,342 (812 deaths, 1 recovered)
WA-16,943 (904 deaths, 124 recovered)
WV-1,310 (51 deaths)
WI- 9,215 (374 deaths, 1 recovered)
WY-635 (7 deaths)

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn...ate/index.html

US recovered :148,291
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NinerDoug 06:33 PM 03-29-2020
Originally Posted by D2112:
Well, what did congress recommend doing to stop the virus at the end of January?
We have an executive for things like this. Quickly developing situations. Congress has 500 plus members who have a cumbersome procedure for acting. Emergency situations are the job of the executive. If he needs additional authority, he can go to Congress. I donít recall that happening around the time of the impeachment.

Not to mention, the impeachment process had been going for a while. Itís not a very good argument to say that Congress should not impeach the President because an emergency might develop during the proceedings, and the impeachment might be too much of a distraction.
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banyon 06:34 PM 03-29-2020
Originally Posted by Donger:
About 1,900 students returned to Liberty University, a private evangelical Christian university, in Lynchburg, Virginia, a spokesperson confirmed to CNN on Tuesday.

Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. and other leaders discussed whether to extend spring break and "risk students having a longer time to become exposed to the virus," the school said in a statement. It decided it was safer to bring the students back to campus.

Jerry Falwell Jr., president of Liberty University, reopened the school's campus last week. By Friday, nearly a dozen Liberty students were sick with symptoms that suggest Covid-19. https://t.co/dmgBQ27pdZ

— NYT Politics (@nytpolitics) March 29, 2020

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IowaHawkeyeChief 06:36 PM 03-29-2020
Originally Posted by eDave:
Heh. We all got personalities dood. He's the first person I'd seek out and introduce myself if I ever make it back to Arrowhead. I have no doubt we are cool.
^this^ Chiefs fans on here are Chiefs first and politics be damned when at Arrowhead, watching the game, or meeting if you are in their area of another Chiefsplanet Chiefs fan. I have meet many planeteers over the last few years, and they are all great people, regardless of politics.

It's folks like Snopes who joined the board to discuss politics and has no interest in the Chiefs that don't get it.
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2112 06:39 PM 03-29-2020
Originally Posted by NinerDoug:
We have an executive for things like this. Quickly developing situations. Congress has 500 plus members who have a cumbersome procedure for acting. Emergency situations are the job of the executive. If he needs additional authority, he can go to Congress. I donít recall that happening around the time of the impeachment.

Not to mention, the impeachment process had been going for a while. Itís not a very good argument to say that Congress should not impeach the President because an emergency might develop during the proceedings, and the impeachment might be too much of a distraction.
He put in a travel restriction in January and was called a racist by Democrats, who were obsessing over impeachment at the time. You have the mayor of New York on camera March 10th telling people thereís nothing to see here go out and have fun, and then goes to the gym on March 16th.

And yes, I get it. Congress was very very busy in January. But itís all Trumps fault.
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IowaHawkeyeChief 06:39 PM 03-29-2020
Originally Posted by banyon:
In fairness, they weren't holding traditional classes and were given a choice. Many of the students had limited options outside of campus housing. Don't know if it was the right move or not until you look at other universities who sent their students home. Kind of like the Sweden Plan for Liberty.
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patteeu 06:41 PM 03-29-2020
Originally Posted by NinerDoug:
We have an executive for things like this. Quickly developing situations. Congress has 500 plus members who have a cumbersome procedure for acting. Emergency situations are the job of the executive. If he needs additional authority, he can go to Congress. I donít recall that happening around the time of the impeachment.

Not to mention, the impeachment process had been going for a while. Itís not a very good argument to say that Congress should not impeach the President because an emergency might develop during the proceedings, and the impeachment might be too much of a distraction.
It is a good argument that you shouldn't trade in partisan impeachments because there are always serious matters to attend to.
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IowaHawkeyeChief 06:41 PM 03-29-2020
Originally Posted by RodeoPants2:


When you assholes going to let go of that lie about the travel ban?
Oh that lie that liberals like you are trying to start that says it didn't help at all? Right...


We can go through the liberal lies one by one like we did the other night...
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NinerDoug 06:42 PM 03-29-2020
Originally Posted by D2112:
He put in a travel restriction in January and was called a racist by Democrats, who were obsessing over impeachment at the time. You have the mayor of New York on camera March 10th telling people thereís nothing to see here go out and have fun, and then goes to the gym on March 16th.

And yes, I get it. Congress was very very busy in January. But itís all Trumps fault.
So itís not the job of the president to act in a national emergency?
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2112 06:43 PM 03-29-2020
Originally Posted by NinerDoug:
So itís not the job of the president to act in a national emergency?
When did this become a national emergency?
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IowaHawkeyeChief 06:44 PM 03-29-2020
Originally Posted by NinerDoug:
We have an executive for things like this. Quickly developing situations. Congress has 500 plus members who have a cumbersome procedure for acting. Emergency situations are the job of the executive. If he needs additional authority, he can go to Congress. I donít recall that happening around the time of the impeachment.

Not to mention, the impeachment process had been going for a while. Itís a very good argument to say that Congress should not have a politically partisan impeachment of the President because an emergency might develop during the proceedings, and the impeachment might be too much of a distraction.
FYP
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NinerDoug 06:45 PM 03-29-2020
Originally Posted by patteeu:
It is a good argument that you shouldn't trade in partisan impeachments because there are always serious matters to attend to.
And you can always call an impeachment partisan. Itís not like itís going to be started by the Presidentís Party.
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NinerDoug 06:47 PM 03-29-2020
Originally Posted by D2112:
When did this become a national emergency?
I donít know. Why?
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NinerDoug 06:48 PM 03-29-2020
Originally Posted by IowaHawkeyeChief:
FYP
Did you approve of Clintonís impeachment?
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IowaHawkeyeChief 06:48 PM 03-29-2020
Originally Posted by NinerDoug:
And you can always call an impeachment partisan. Itís not like itís going to be started by the Presidentís Party.
Come on Niner...you know this by far was the weakest impeachment ever undertaken by a long shot...
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2112 06:49 PM 03-29-2020
Originally Posted by NinerDoug:
I donít know. Why?
Why? To answer your question if the president is doing his job to act in a national emergency. You asked the question.
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