posted on Feb, 14 2020 @ 01:13 AM
Realistically, would the military be able to do anything to help?
Look what happened with China. They lied. When there was less than 40 deaths, the Chinese government brought in "diggers". Diggers are usually only
brought in on a pandemic when there's hundreds or thousands of deaths. Diggers are only brought in when there is a need for a mass burial.
Yet on January 24, China brought in "diggers" when they were claiming 41 or less deaths. They tried to disguise the "diggers" as part of an emergency
makeshift hospital. But diggers are only brought in for mass burials.
The Chinese New Year celebrations were January 25, which made the outbreak 10 times worse.
And yet, America is sitting ducks. For 3 weeks, Wal-Mart has been sold out of surgical masks and breathing masks. As a Wal-Mart pharmacist explained,
all shipments of masks were sent overseas. And walmart's back-order will not make it to the shelves. Also not available to the public.
So the general public is not capable of buying surgical masks or breathing masks in the stores. The only thing that the average American can buy is
hand sanitizer and Lysol. Just don't think that's enough.
So what can the military do if all stores of masks are shipped overseas to China and Southeast Asia? An outbreak can't be stopped in the general
public. Supplies are already gone before the epidemic.
All it takes is an outbreak in Mexico or Central America, then it hits the southwest and there's no stopping it.