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Realistic Pep Talk: Bill Whittle’s Radical, Unpopular Coronavirus Crisis Theory

Bill Whittle –Idealistic, realistic, informed and articulate. You need, you really, really need to give this man an hour and a half of your time today.

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  • OneGuy April 8, 2020, 12:14 PM

    I agree with Bill Whittle.

  • Fluella De Vil April 8, 2020, 12:55 PM

    Clean up on aisle 4.

  • tim April 8, 2020, 1:13 PM

    Bill Whittle speaks for me, FINALLY someone I agree with 100%.

    Thanks for sharing Gerard, very… VERY much appreciated.

  • John Venlet April 8, 2020, 1:24 PM

    As much as I admire Bill Whittle, for many of the reasons you articulate in your intro, after watching 15 minutes of that video, I shut it down, without learning a dang thing except that he admires Kinsa Smart Thermometers and the data they produce, and that he does not think President Trump is a nitwit. Whittle would better serve those who are interested in his theory by laying it out in less than 15 minutes, and providing links to support his theory for his listeners to delve into themselves. Has Whittle never heard of the book “The One Minute Manager”? If it takes an hour and a half to explain something, something is wrong with the theory beyond mere loquaciousness. How about a synopsis, Gerard.

  • James ONeil April 8, 2020, 1:37 PM

    I like Whittle but no, I don’t buy the whole cloth; What everybody’s doing is the best they can? 25-35 million bucks for the Kennedy Center? Reporting any death as winnie the flu caused if the corpse had COVID or even possibly had COVID? Why yes it appears social distancing works to reduce infection but such has, possible damaging downsides. No a respected epidemiologist can’t say a medication is effective before testing with controls, which means 6-8 months down the road at least, -but he can say he doesn’t know and welcome date provided by practitioners using same in the field. Are the NY Governor and the NYC mayor doing the best they can or are they providing inflated data to support their party’s aim and or more federal funds entering their area? DamnedifIknow.

    I’m not faulting Bill nor the posters here that agree with him 100%, I just not in that camp.

  • jwm April 8, 2020, 2:03 PM

    Bill Whittle was one of the clearest and most reasonable voices post 9/11. He continues to be so. I’m cynical enough that on most days you could sharpen a knife on my attitude. This talk has caused me to look at some things differently. It has reduced much, if not all of my cynicism for now. This was tonic.


  • bilejones April 8, 2020, 3:28 PM

    Incontrovertible proof that the Trump Regime has its priorities clear.

    Corps says Marines won’t be allowed to wear N95 or surgical masks, even if they own them


    The US Department of Defense delivers one million surgical masks to be used by the IDF

    After all, It’s not as if any American doctors need them is it?

  • Fluella De Vil April 8, 2020, 4:43 PM

    I take Mr. Whittle with a grain of salt since 2015, when I discovered in an episode of Stratosphere Lounge that he wanted to detonate a grenade between 9/11 Truthers’ legs and hoped they die in a fire. He’s certainly entitled to his opinion, but he’s not one to question a narrative. And I like Trump, that has nothing to do with it.

  • ghostsniper April 8, 2020, 5:44 PM

    Venlet’s right. I’ve watched this guy a couple times and it’s as if he never even views his vids after the fact. He wastes a lot of time and I just don’t have much time to waste any more. So thanks John for the heads up.

  • Gordon Scott April 8, 2020, 6:14 PM

    Shorter Whittle: Most people involved in this are doing the best that they can, and it appears to be working in that the chart suggests new infections are slowing greatly. Fauci is trying, Trump is trying, Cuomo is trying, even whatsisname in California is trying (and may be succeeding, but no data from the homeless cities).

    Yes, there is politics operating around the edges. The media have not only failed, they are doing their best to sabotage things. There have been a few (very few) examples of stupidity like trying to arrest paddleboarders or preachers, but really, this is not happening much. So park the cynicism, as things appear to be going okay, and we’ll get through this.

  • Gordon Scott April 8, 2020, 6:17 PM

    Oh, and if you’ve never seen or listened to Whittle’s What We Saw series on the moon landings, or his current one on the Cold War, they are well worth the time. When he’s operating on script, his presentation is tight and appealing. These days he’s doing two or three off-the-cuff videos a day and yeah, he can ramble some.

  • Jack April 9, 2020, 11:01 AM

    This vid, a documentary on the epidemiology of CV-19, an apparent creation by the ChiComs; you know the bff’s of Biden and a few other of our leftist political POS.

    I received it from a bff and because it is brand, spanking new it should be shared with Senators and Congress people who were elected and granted some level of political swat, along with the insistence that they actually sit down and watch the thing.


  • Timothy Denton April 10, 2020, 11:47 AM

    I agree with Bill Whittle, and I am glad he said this. My trust in his sound judgment and sanity, already high, is confirmed.