Clarence Feldman, The Democrats’ Long Temper Tantrum Will Reelect Trump

By Clarice Feldman

It’s quite obvious to me that the Deep State and the Democratic Party that staffs it never got over the fact that their nefarious misuse of our intelligence agencies and hoodwinking the media didn’t work any better than their constant efforts after his election to remove Donald Trump from office and continue their autocratic grifting. This week was no exception. Indeed, I have to agree with Roger L. Simon that “In the aftermath of Trump’s contracting Covid-19, they are reelecting him.”

The Debate

Any sentient viewer of this week’s debate had to be disgusted. The moderator, the questions, the format all combined to make this an upscale version of an old-time “Saturday Night Live” debate. I have believed for a long time that there should be a timekeeper and no moderator. That the debate should be on one national policy question with each candidate given 20 minutes to make his case and the remaining time left for rebuttal. Instead, Chris Wallace used his role to interrupt the president, prop up the failing Biden, and ask questions about “white supremacy” long answered — even to him in 2016 — in an effort clearly to smear Trump.

Ben Domenech correctly places the blame for this format on the out-of-date debate commission, tweeting:

The Commission on Presidential Debates is a relic. Its board contains mostly people born in the 1930s and 40s. It is the reason there are no internet based debates. Its executive director has led it since before the end of the Cold War. It must end. The Commission’s approach creates debates that are unintelligible and with moderators who cannot effectively extract the truth. They are asking 1980s questions in a 1970s format. This must end.

Even with the assistance of Wallace’s entire body on the scale, Biden failed utterly on any level of credibility. Within days after saying in the debate that he did not support the absurd Green New Deal, his staff said he did. This is par for the course of his entire political career. (From March 13 to April 3, even his strong propaganda outlet, the Washington Post, gave him 11 Pinocchios respecting his claims about the President’s handling of the COVID-19 crisis.) He has lied about virtually everything, including having attended Delaware State (a black college), to attributing the death of his first wife and daughter to a drunk driver; to his academic career. (I mention these things out of a lifetime of dissembling because they are so easily determined false that he either cannot distinguish fact from fantasy or thinks no one else can.) Among other things in the debate, he misquotes FBI Director Chris Wray as having said “Antifa is an idea, not an organization.” In fact, as a conservative trans woman who went undercover with Antifa in Portland reports, Antifa is not “an idea”, it is real and seeks to rule by terror. They operate by “affinity groups.” It is “guerrilla warfare.”

Basically they’re baiting the police into overreacting. [snip] If you just go in public and pick someone and start pushing them, if you keep pushing then, they’re going to slug you; it’s just how it’s going to work, at the individual level but also at the group level, too. [snip] what they want to do it make it difficult for people they don’t like to organize.

She explains that their tactics either force people to back down or slug them, and to them, either way is a win. (Especially so because they block from viewing any press which is not sympathetic to them. And some prosecutors are with them, if you want an explanation of why Kyle Rittenhouse who was clearly defending himself against these street thugs is being prosecuted.)

They are sophisticated operationally, coordinated but not like their predecessor the Weather Underground was. It includes hackers “who never hit the streets,” a “loose-knit network of people” in their twenties to thirties, intoxicated by the lure of violence and struggle.

COVID runs through the White House

The President, First Lady, Kellyanne Conway, campaign manager Bill Stepien,  three White House reporters, and three key Republican Senators (Ron Johnson, Mike Lee, and Thom Tillis) have all tested positive for COVID-19. So just as the slugging match about who “won” the nondebate debacle was dying down, the perfervid reporting and pontificating about how this happened and what it means took flight.

Because the  term “cases” has been so misstated by a media that loves to create panic when none is called for, it’s worth examining what this means.

So what do these headlines really mean? What exactly is a COVID “case”?

Since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, most US media outlets have been exceedingly credulous and complicit in their reporting. Journalists almost uniformly promote what we can call the “prolockdown” narrative, which is to wildly exaggerate the risks from COVID-19 to serve a political agenda. They may be motivated to hurt Trump politically, to promote a more socialist “new normal,” or simply to drive more clicks and views. Bad news sells. But the bias is clear and undeniable.

This explains why media outlets use the terms “case” and “infection” so loosely, to the point of actively misinforming the public…

Take a perfectly healthy person with no particular symptoms and swab the inside of their nose. If the culture shows the presence of staphylococcus aureus, do we insist they have a staph infection?

— A virus is not a disease. Only a very small percentage of those exposed to the virus itself — SARS-CoV-2 — show any kind of acute respiratory symptoms, or what we can call “coronavirus disease.”

The only meaningful statistics show the incidence of serious illness, hospitalizations, and deaths. The single most important statistic among these is the infection fatality rate (IFR). Data collected through July shows [4] that the IFR for those under age forty-five is actually lower than that of the common flu. The COVID-19 IFR rises for those over fifty, but it is hardly a death sentence. And the data does not segregate those with preexisting health issues caused by obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. If we could see data only for reasonably healthy people under fifty, the numbers would be even more reassuring.

Yes, the media was dishonest in covering the health issues of Franklin D. Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy, so it’s not unreasonable to be skeptical of health reports on any president, but by his appearance as he left for Walter Reed Hospital, his tweets, and the reports of his physicians and those on the spot, the President’s “case” is asymptomatic or mild, so the fact that he has tested positive “is essentially meaningless.” People in this stage are sick for a few days and then they are not.

If this were more widely known and understood, the lockdowns by Democratic governors would never be justified, and there is every reason to note the harm caused by the eight months of  lockdowns outweigh the harm from the virus. As author Jeff Deist concludes, “we have had nearly eight months of life and liberty stolen from us by politicians and their hysteria-promoting accomplices in the media. How much more will we accept?”

(As a footnote — when Obama was president 60 million Americans got the H1N1 swine flu. Did you know that? How widely was it reported? And did you know that once tests indicated how widely it was spreading that White House halted the testing?)

The hypercoverage of COVID-19 has tipped a lot of hands. Nancy Pelosi is already measuring drapes for the Oval Office she hopes will be hers, the Democrats are cheering:

According to the newly released poll, 41 percent of Democrats are “indifferent” about Trump’s positive COVID-19 diagnosis, while a staggering 40 percent responded that they were “happy” about it. Republicans, however, were mostly “sad” (55 percent) and “worried” (51 percent).

Thirty-one percent of Democrats actually claimed to be “excited” at the news.

Excited? Is Trump Derangement Syndrome in the Democratic Party so bad that many Democrats are happy and excited about his diagnosis?

Twitter was full of so many tweets wishing Trump would die that it first said they would strike them and suspend the posters, and then backtracked on the suspension threat, deciding to just strike the death-wishing tweets.

The satire site Babylon Bee notices the party that wants to run your healthcare roots for its political opponent to die. (Let that one sink in. It’s satire but true.)

MSNBC’s execrable Joy Reid suggests the President is faking it to get out of the next debate. More class is shown by North Korea’s Kim Jong-un, who, according to Reuters says he “sincerely hopes” Trump recovers soon.

Will having to be quarantined for a while in a presidential suite in Walter Reed, instead of madly racing to rallies around the country harm his re-election chances? Kurt Schlichter doesn’t think so any more than Roger L. Simon does:

He can still talk to the press if he feels like it, he’ll just have to be in a plastic bubble. But if he doesn’t want to, he doesn’t have to, and then you have a press with no one to talk to, so maybe the pressure grows on Joe to fill the void. And when Joe fills a void, it’s like when Nadler fills his trousers.[snip]Their[The Democrats] dancing around hoping that Donald Trump will die, and that his wife will die too, is repellent to normal human beings. Since normal human beings are not a key liberal demographic, they probably don’t understand what psychos they sound like. The Democrats had to put the message out to their legions to stop rioting because that was freaking out the squares, and then stop trashing Amy Coney Barrett for liking Jesus and not being a barren, whiny, feminist shrew, because that was also freaking out the squares, and now publicly cheering on the death of the president and his wife will further freak out the squares.

He will garner sympathy from normal people, his condition will now dominate the news cycle, and he will, Schlichter notes, “get the best medical care in the world; he’s going to be just fine, and after burning up a couple of weeks in the White House he’s going to close the election with a barnstorming tour across the United States the likes of which we haven’t yet seen which will highlight his potency and contrast it with Oldfinger’s decrepitude.”

It’s not going to be like Mimi slowly perishing of tuberculosis in La Boheme. More like Gandalf in Lord of the Rings who returns more powerful than ever.

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28 thoughts on “Clarence Feldman, The Democrats’ Long Temper Tantrum Will Reelect Trump”

  1. Two items:
    In the photo above the President is not wearing his germicidal ChloraPrep on his face. Its available on Amazon…..buy it and see how it looks on your face. He looks just fine without it.
    The vile MSM has screamed that the President was ”gasping” at the WH upon arrival. Remember that he had just briskly climbed two flights of stairs and he’s 74. That’s better than many people his age or less.

    I vote for Trump.

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    1. Don…No offense….but your preoccupation with Trump’s make-up is perplexing. He’s a public figure and actor, having played many roles other than the presidency. He’s used to wearing make-up. I would posit that most presidents at one time or another have worn make-up in front of the camera for one reason or another. His NOT wearing make-up would be more of an oddity.

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      1. ….ChloraPrep is not make-up. Its a Medical Skin Prep Solution used by doctors when they do a medical procedure on your face and body…usually some kind of surgery. His daily use of it is truly bizarre. He thinks it looks good….it doesn’t.
        Is it any wonder that people call him the orange man? Calling it make-up is disingenuous.

        Ref:ChloraPrep patient preoperative skin preparation is a rapid-acting, persistent and broad spectrum antiseptic for a wide range of procedures.
        The ChloraPrep formulation is the only antiseptic formulation whose persistent anti-microbial power has been confirmed in study after clinical study.
        In fact, with more than 50 studies confirming why it belongs in every OR, ChloraPrep has been studied more than any other skin antiseptic brand.

        Vote for Trump.

        https://www.bd.com/en-us/offerings/brands/chloraprep

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        1. When the Russian dossier first surfaced, he said it was ridiculous because he is “germophobic”, which may explain his use of this. Probably one of the procedures he follows to protect himself from “germs”.

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        2. It may serve several purposes. It may not be marketed as a make-up, but it seems to serves that purpose at times. That’s my opinion. It’s not disingenuous. I would say it’s fairly certain there are times he has worn it in front of the camera and instead of wearing make-up, it serves that purpose. And if it is something he needs because of procedures he has had, why is it an issue? How would you know he uses it because it makes him look better? Consider he uses it because he must and as Fetz says, he’s a germaphobe and to him it’s a necessity. And I might add as an aside, one of the reasons he has gone along with this ‘vid hoax is because he’s a germaphobe; an ‘affliction’ that would make him more susceptible and acceptable to this ploy. It’s a safe bet that was part of their strategy.
          Don, you are entitled to your opinion, as am I….it’s just that you have mentioned this Chloraprep so many times, I find it a bit strange.

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    2. Donald Trump does not use ChloraPrep. This is an insult spread by someone who fell for a lampoon and refused to admit it.

      As it says of itself, “GomerBlog is the Earth’s leading medical “news” site. Our job is to make you laugh so that you can take better care of your patients!”

      https://gomerblog.com/2017/09/donald-trumps-orange-complexion-due-to-chloraprep-from-last-plastic-surgery/

      It’s not hard to discover this. It’s the first return on the search ‘Trump and ChloraPrep’. There are no other sources.

      I’ve embarrassed Don before by exposing the satirical roots of his favorite theory, but he only seemed to double-down. Now his one-note ChloraPrep show is paying dividends as he’s got you all nodding along in avuncular agreement and speculating about Trump’s phobia of germs.

      Think about it. This rumor continues to distract because people read so poorly that they believed a SATIRE.

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      1. I should add that most know the Dems are the ones that held up several packages…not Trump. Just add that to their list of inane moves and self immolation.

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        1. I wasn’t thinking clearly when I posted that. Of course you are right Mr. Will , I am completely off base.

          This is obviously another 5d chess move. It was so clever I just couldn’t recognize it at first.

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          1. Mr. RS…I am quite sure I never said it was a 5D chess move. All I said was the Dems were the ones blocking several stimulus packages and that move in and of itself will cost them many, many votes. Am I incorrect?

          2. Now, my friend, RS…THIS may well have been one of those moves of which you spoke. Allow them to say he tested positive. Spend a few days in the hospital and return and have HIS OWN DOCTOR say there are no signs of the ‘vid FOUR DAYS LATER. Ya gotta love it!

            Hey, he just figured out how to cure the common cold in FOUR DAYS. Sounds like a Nobel Peace Prize in science from where I sit.

            https://trendingpolitics.com/breaking-white-house-doc-says-trump-has-no-symptoms-of-covid-after-returning-to-white-house/?utm_source=freedom&utm_medium=email

            Pretty interesting, eh?

          3. But if it wasn’t a trick, and Trump really took all those drugs, I frankly wonder if they didn’t affect his thinking.

            Because withholding money to the people (voters) who were counting on it (because they are broke) was stupid. You have to pull a lot of 5g moves out of your ass to make up for a blunder like that.

          4. But maybe that’s a 5g move (that I”m too stupid to recognize) because he can just reverse himself next week.

          5. RS…What you call a trick, many would call a political strategy. Trump seems to be a master of that craft. Again, you find fault with Trump because he is holding of the stimulus talks while the Dems have stymied that effort multiple times. Could it not be he is putting it aside until after he’s elected…….especially if the Republicans gain a majority in BOTH houses…..to get a better deal for We the People? Do you see that as at least feasible?
            IF he took those drugs (personally, I doubt it), they seem to be affecting him in a positive way, as far as I can tell because holding off the stimulus to get a better deal for us is brilliant.
            Who in their right mind and paying any attention to actual events NOW and in the past four years, would vote for a Democrat?

          6. I”m simply making the point that it is suicidal to publicly state that he has either deferred, or cancelled, cash payments to desperate voters in an election only three weeks away.

            Unless, of course, and as you point out, the strategy is to reverse himself next week.

            Maybe he is doing the same thing with Operation Warp Speed in that he will simply reverse himself.

            But is all the obfuscation necessary? Trump is so confusing I don’t know what to think.

            Of course, this seems to be the state of the world: everything is a lie.

          7. RS…beats me…I don’t have the inside line the way you seem to…I only present my opinion and speculation.

          8. Dear Mr. Will,

            The only information I have is publicly available. So, if you don’t have an inside track either, it should be true that I don’t know any more than you do.

            I simply try to point out to the Trump cult, or people who seem to blindly believe in Donald Trump, that there is a lot of information about Trump, all publicly available, that should disabuse them of that blind belief—- if they paid attention to it.

            This does not mean that I support any of the other ridiculous politicians in opposition to Trump. My point is that they are ALL controlled and that this entire two party political dynamic is a farce. It’s pretty much WWE.

            I will vote for Trump —- and hope that he turns it all around. But Trump’s record gives no indication that this will happen. And let the record also show that Trump is a very weak man. So I’m not holding my breath.

            In any event, thank you for your patience.

          9. RS…We will know soon enough. But anyone sane should admit a vote for Trump is a vote against communism AND a vote against a mask mandate and a continuation of and likely an intensification of this ridiculous and unlawful lock down which would be initiated if Biden were to be elected…from his own mouth. Why would a candidate with any sense extol a policy of that nature? No candidate would unless they were pushing an agenda of totalitarian control. That arrogance in itself would make any thinking individual wonder if it stems from KNOWING the election has already been stolen. I just received my mail in ballot here in north Florida and it makes clear there is a way to go to a county site and make sure your vote has been counted. I would pray other counties do the same, but I have no way of checking. So for all here, if you vote by mail, find a way to make sure your vote is counted. If I did not have that alternative, I would absolutely vote in person….and still might.

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