As The Gateway Pundit reported on Sunday, so far there have been 22 26 confirmed coronavirus deaths in the United States this year.  15
19 of those deaths were at the same Life Care Senior Center
 in Washington state.

UPDATE— 26 deaths now in the US and 19 from the Life Care Center of Kirkland.

President Trump this morning tweeted out the recent coronavirus numbers in the United States.

The president added this earlier in the day.

Of course, Trump was right.

There is something sinister going on with the liberal mainstream media and the stock markets.
In October 2009 Barack Obama declared the H1N1 a national emergency.

But this was not before millions of Americans were infected and 1,000 Americans had died from the viral infection.


Today there are 7 deaths outside of Washington state!

Dr. Brian C. Joondeph, MD reported at American Thinker:

How many Americans die from the flu each day? Let’s ask the CDC.

Influenza and pneumonia caused 55,672 deaths in the U.S. in 2017, or 153 persons per day. As a reminder, only 15 have died from coronavirus to date, the number dying in in any four-hour period from the flu.

Over the past decade, influenza flu has affected between 9.3 and 45 million persons each year, depending on the flu severity. Hospitalizations for the flu have ranged from 140,000 to 800,000 persons per year and deaths varied between 12,000 and 61,000 each year.

These numbers, in America only, far eclipse the number of coronavirus fatalities worldwide, about 3,600 thus far. This could and will likely change, but are the numbers worthy of the hair-on-fire reaction from cable news anchors and Democrat politicians?

Remember the coronavirus mortality rate of 3.4% pushed by the World Health Organization, the global deep state’s health mouthpiece? President Trump said that was number was too high and was excoriated by the liberal media, eagerly willing to trade a bunch of dead Americans for a Trump defeat in November.

It turns out the President was correct. Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary Admiral Brett Giroir declared, “The best estimates now of the overall mortality rate for COVID-19 is somewhere between 0.1% and 1%.”

Read the rest here.