Great Wisdom, Thank you Donald Trump


My learned friend , please stick to Mashamba shenanigans. Issues za America are more complicated for you .

Nothing new.

Huyo jamaa si learned. I have never seen a stupid kalenjin man like him. His medulla Oblongata revolves around Ruto

At least hajaongea maneno ya ole mashamba

Deep state wata make sure coronavirus panic tanks the economy mpaka a lose elections.


You should take this fucker with some seriousness. He started predicting that Ruto will run his campaign like Trump early last year and that is exactly what is happening.

Ruto is transforming himself into some fake Kenyan version of Trump hunted by the deep state. Halafu haka kajamaa @sani kakaanza kujifanya Trump supporter immediately after. We are talking early last year.

You will notice Ruto is also saying that the media is fake.

Ngoja uskie the same Ruto akisema he will make Kenya great again.

And when I say that the owners of this website are being paid by tanga tanga folks think I’m crazy.

I can see these things.

@Purple tell them. Wewe sio kamtu hivi hivi. You said that your father was a big shot back in the day, did you not?

Hehe Patty, you imagine a lot of things…

U don’t know Donald

It wouldnt surprise me. Someone supports Trump on one side. And Ruto on the other. It doesnt add up.

A dangerous pathogen is spreading across the globe. Financial markets are having a nervous breakdown. Oil prices have collapsed. Americans are hoarding hand sanitizer and surgical masks. Air travel is down. Conferences are being canceled. Merely shaking a stranger’s hand suddenly seems like a risk. And the president of the United States, in response, is spending hours a day glorifying himself on Twitter.
Trump’s solipsistic response to the coronavirus crisis offers overwhelming proof, if any more were needed, that it was a catastrophic mistake to give an egomaniacal reality-television star such power and responsibility. We are all paying the price.


How worried should you be about the coronavirus? Should you work at home, assuming that’s possible? Should you postpone or cancel that upcoming trip? Is it paranoia to think about stockpiling staples in anticipation of a possible lockdown, like those we’ve seen in parts of China and Italy? Is your hard-hit 401(k) likely to recover anytime soon? Is this just a transient crisis, or could it be the new normal? No one can give definitive answers. But even a minimally competent president could calm anxieties by explaining what we know and what we don’t know about the virus. A decent president would be less concerned about the media coverage he or she was receiving and more focused on getting reliable information to a nation desperately seeking answers.

Trump is neither competent nor decent. He has consistently played down the epidemic, trying to convince Americans that the whole thing is no big deal. True, this is not Ebola or the bubonic plague we’re talking about. But epidemiologists at the World Health Organization and our own Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have made clear that the coronavirus is a very big deal, especially for the elderly or those with preexisting health conditions, and should be taken seriously.
On Monday, Trump irresponsibly tweeted: “So last year 37,000 Americans died from the common Flu. It averages between 27,000 and 70,000 per year. Nothing is shut down, life & the economy go on. At this moment there are 546 confirmed cases of CoronaVirus, with 22 deaths. Think about that!”

Okay, I’m thinking. Trump’s numbers are a little off, but they’re in the ballpark. Last flu season between 37.4 million and 42.9 million Americans got the flu and between 36,400 and 61,200 died from it, according to the CDC — meaning the death rate was about one for every 1,000 cases. But what Trump fails to note is that the WHO estimates the death rate from the coronavirus at roughly one for every 30 cases, suggesting this new disease is about 34 times deadlier than the flu. And the reason the number of confirmed cases here is so low is not necessarily that coronavirus is less prevalent, but that the United States has done less testing since the epidemic began than some other nations, such as South Korea, do in a single day.

Trump has also claimed that a vaccine will be ready soon. Health officials have made clear that even in the best-case scenario, it will take a year to 18 months to get a vaccine ready for use.
Trump’s reaction to the virus has not been to think about what impact it might have on the nation but to obsess about what impact it might have on Trump — specifically, on his bid for reelection. He claims that Democrats and the media are conspiring to hype the threat. It’s all “Fake News,” he tweets.
Yet both the CDC and the State Department have warned all Americans not to travel on cruise ships, and the CDC also advises the elderly to avoid long plane trips. Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said Sunday that “social distancing” may become necessary. “I think you need to seriously look at anything that’s a large gathering,” he said.

The one thing Trump knows how to do in politics is drive wedges. He may well succeed in convincing his loyal followers that the coronavirus is some kind of hoax. We can only hope that none of those true believers end up paying with their lives.

Twitter: @Eugene_Robinson