New York Times: Trump Will Have Coronavirus Forever and Ever and Ever (And Ever and Ever and Ever)

The media is apparently attempting to claim that Donald Trump will be infected with the coronavirus forever.

Your favorite Jewish gargoyle Maggie Haberman writes for the New York Times:

President Trump’s doctor said in a memo released Saturday night that he was “no longer considered a transmission risk to others,” as the president prepared to resume campaign activities this week.

The memo from Dr. Sean P. Conley, the White House physician, said he was releasing information with Mr. Trump’s permission. But the amount of information he provided was limited, in keeping with restrictive presentations to the public that Dr. Conley has made throughout Mr. Trump’s battle with symptoms of the coronavirus since officials made his diagnosis public early on Oct. 2. Dr. Conley last released an update on the president’s condition on Thursday.

Experts have repeatedly called into question the true severity of Mr. Trump’s illness. According to guidelines released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, people with severe Covid-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, may need to isolate for up to 20 days. And the president’s health could still deteriorate in the next few days.

“I don’t think he’s out of the woods for certain,” said Dr. Krutika Kuppalli, an infectious disease physician based in South Carolina. Men of Mr. Trump’s age, 74, and weight are at higher risk for severe cases of Covid-19. His recent course of steroids, which suppress certain parts of the immune system, could also make him vulnerable to other infections, Dr. Kuppalli added. “I would still be careful with someone like him.”

The start date of Mr. Trump’s symptoms has also remained unclear. By Dr. Conley’s assessment, Mr. Trump would have needed to show signs of his illness on Wednesday, Sept. 30, for Saturday to qualify as 10 days after the onset of symptoms. Most people stop being infectious by the 10th day after they start feeling ill, according to the C.D.C.

Several experts expressed skepticism at the wording describing Mr. Trump’s diagnostic tests, which did not explicitly categorize the president as “negative” for the coronavirus.

The subgenomic mRNA mentioned by Dr. Conley is a part of the virus that can be detected by laboratory techniques, and that suggests the presence of actively replicating virus, said Susan Butler-Wu, a clinical microbiologist at the University of Southern California.

There is also no test that can definitively show if a person at the end of a coronavirus infection is still contagious and poses a risk to others, said Melissa Miller, a clinical microbiologist at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine.

This gibberish from the New York Times is obviously related to Nancy Pelosi’s kook attempt to have Trump removed from office because he’s infected with the virus.

She’s claiming that he can’t uphold the duties of his office because he got this mild flu. She’s still claiming this even though he’s going around obviously fine.

This is Dr. Krutika Kuppalli:

I’m just so very exhausted by this.

If all of the people from India want to come to live in my country, okay. But they should have to give up their own country so we can live there.

If they specifically want this land for some reason, then let’s just do a 1-to-1 trade: they can all move here, and White Americans can move there.

Somehow, I don’t think they’ll take that deal. Somehow, it seems that this isn’t about wanting to live on the magic soil of America. Somehow, it appears that these people feel that they have a right to be very close to white people, while also denigrating and hating us, and attacking our President.

Or attacking our past presidents, while sycophantically sucking up to our current president in a disgusting, obsequious way.

Frankly, Dinesh D’Souza attacking Andrew Jackson makes me more sick than some stinky slut saying Trump is going to have coronavirus forever.