Dr. Birx’s Connections with the Clinton Foundation and Obama Unfortunately Indicate Conflicted Loyalties
Is Dr. Deborah Birx, the doctor with the scarf, a voice of reason or another Deep State doctor pushing economic disaster and suffering?
Her past unfortunately provides the answer.
Dr. Deborah Birx comes across as the calming voice of reason while encouraging Americans to default on their life savings. She encourages Americans to stay at home and away from the coronavirus that is killing 80 year olds with pre-existing medical conditions. The fact that fatalities from the virus are almost non-existent in the working class has no bearing on Dr. Birx’s recommendations.
In spite of the fact that the death rates from the coronavirus to date are a fraction of the numbers from this year’s flu season, Dr. Birx suggests we all stay home and shut down the economy together.
Dr. Birx previously said all of the flu models predicted somewhere between 1.6 and 2.2 million deaths if the government did not mitigate. But we all know that these are large and excessive numbers difficult to validate. Dr Birx said some models predicted half of the United States would be infected.
Of course these predictions are based on wild exaggerations. In the next two months as the coronavirus numbers are tallied at a much lesser mortality rate Americans will not be so happy about losing their jobs and their life savings due to the dire predictions of the lady with the scarf, Dr. Birx. (Dr. Birx mentioned the Christopher Murray study. You can read it here.)
Dr. Birx is still promoting between 100,000 and 200,000 deaths in the US from the coronavirus:
The White House coronavirus response coordinator said Monday that she is “very worried about every city in the United States” and projects 100,000 to 200,000 American deaths as a best case scenario.
Of course the doctor knows that these predictions cause panic throughout the US and the world. Unfortunately the data comes nowhere to supporting these predictions. With the elderly and sick being the primary targets for the disease, this is difficult to believe. Individuals under the age of 70 without other medical conditions are at a very low rate of dying from the disease.
What the media is not telling us is that Dr. Birx has a storied past closely aligned to the Clintons and Obama.
Dr. Birx’s husband is former Bill Clinton advance man Paige Reffe. This relationship with Democrats and the Clinton’s is something that the good doctor is unable to separate from.
In an article in the Washington Post magazine, Dr. Birx is noted as being the perfect fit for Obama’s Head of PEPFAR (The President’s Emergency Plan for Aids Relief):