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While President Trump is getting attacked by the Democrats and the Media for his handling of the Coronavirus global pandemic.

When compared to Barack Obama’s handling of the 2009 H1N1 virus, President Donald Trump handling of the Coronavirus has been far superior.

Placed in historical context, President Donald J. Trump is doing a masterful job at combating the coronavirus pandemic while keeping as few Americans from being affected as humanly possible.

The first confirmed case of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the United States was announced on January 21, 2020.

On January 31, 2020, President Trump ordered all Americans returning home after traveling in China’s Hubei Province to submit to a 14-day quarantine.

On Feb 3, 2020, President Trump orders a travel ban to China. Democrat Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer declares oversite is needed since President Trump is overreacting.

Here is Chuck Schumer’s tweet that he later deleted to avoid the embarrassment of being laughably wrong on his Trump-Hate conclusions.

Chuck Schumer Coronavirus Trump tweet


Obama’s H1N1 Virus / Swine Flu U.S. Pandemic

Spring 2009 – The H1N1 flu pandemic in the United States commonly referred to as “swine flu”, had spread into the US from an outbreak in Mexico.

April 2009

    • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identified the first two H1N1 / Swine flu cases in California on April 17, 2009
    • On April 28, 2009, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed a 23-month-old toddler in Texas became the first official U.S. death of H1N1 / Swine flu.

May 2009

    • The H1N1 Virus had infected American citizens in all 50 states.

June 2009 – Two Months After The First U.S. H1N1 Was Confirmed 

    • There were a total number of 27,717 confirmed cases of H1N1.
    • Toward the end of June, the number of deaths related to the virus in the US surpassed those of all other countries.
    • On June 25, the CDC released information revealing that there were more than likely over one million (1,000,000) cases of the disease in the US, most of which had not been reported or diagnosed.

Comparing Obama’s handling of the H1N1 virus, to Trump’s handling of the more deadly Coronavirus, two-months after the first confirmed case.

March 2020 Nearly Two Months After The First U.S. Coronavirus Was Confirmed

    • As of March 9, 2020, there were 582 confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. (compared to Obama’s 27,717)
    • 22 Americans Had Died of Coronavirus (compared to Obama’s approx. 1,000)
    • Coronavirus has been confirmed in 34 out of the 50 U.S. states (Compared to Obama’s handling that saw H1N1 in all 50 states within the first month)

Finally,  SIX-MONTHS AFTER H1N1 had spread to all 50 States, on October 24, 2009, President Barack Obama declared a national emergency in the United States.

When President Barack Obama declared a national emergency on October 24, 2009, the CDC estimated that:

    • 4,000 Americans have died
    • 22 million Americans had been infected with the H1N1 virus.

Dec. 2009

Just 16 days later on December 10, 2009, the CDC reported:

    • 50 million Americans or 1 in 6 people had been infected with the 2009 A H1N1 Virus
    • 6,000 additional Americans Had Died, bringing the total to 10,000.
    • The H1N1 vaccine was just beginning to be widely distributed to the general public by several states.

Jan. 2010

On January 15, 2010, the CDC released new estimate figures for the H1N1 / Swine flu:

    • 55 million Americans had been infected.
    • 11,160 Americans had Died between April through mid-December, 2009.

March 2010

    • By mid-March 2010, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated:
      • 59 million Americans Contracted the H1N1 Virus.
      • 265,000 Americans Were Hospitalized
      • 12,000 Americans Had Died.

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