COVID “Exercise” Planned 2017

PUBLISHED: 4:08 PM 8 Apr 2021
UPDATED: 2:54 PM 10 Apr 2021

Flynn Touts SPARS 25-28 Video Showing Pandemic “Exercise” Completed In 2017

This COVID pandemic was planned right after President Trump was elected.

Planned as soon as Trump took office. (Source: YouTube Screenshot)

Almost immediately after President Trump took office, John Hopkins “completed” a planned pandemic “exercise,” which was nearly exactly duplicated in 2019 with COVID. The following videos outline the sinister plot that General Flynn has encouraged us to all watch:

BREAKING: General Flynn Calls For Investigation Into SPARS 2025-2028 (banthis.tv)

Emergency Saturday Broadcast! World Shocked By SPARS 2025-2028 Document (banthis.tv)

The Center for Health Security explained:

Completed Projects
SPARS Pandemic Scenario

The Center’s SPARS Pandemic exercise narrative comprises a futuristic scenario that illustrates communication dilemmas concerning medical countermeasures (MCMs) that could plausibly emerge in the not-so-distant future. Its purpose is to prompt users, both individually and in discussion with others, to imagine the dynamic and oftentimes conflicted circumstances in which communication around emergency MCM development, distribution, and uptake takes place. While engaged with a rigorous simulated health emergency, scenario readers have the opportunity to mentally “rehearse” responses while also weighing the implications of their actions. At the same time, readers have a chance to consider what potential measures implemented in today’s environment might avert comparable communication dilemmas or classes of dilemmas in the future.

The self-guided exercise scenario for public health communicators and risk communication researchers covers a raft of themes and associated dilemmas in risk communications, rumor control, interagency message coordination and consistency, issue management, proactive and reactive media relations, cultural competency, and ethical concerns. To ensure that the scenario accounts for rapid technological innovation and exceeds the expectations of participants, the Center’s project team gleaned information from subject matter experts, historical accounts of past medical countermeasure crises, contemporary media reports, and scholarly literature in sociology, emergency preparedness, health education, and risk and crisis communication.

The scenario is hypothetical; the infectious pathogen, medical countermeasures, characters, news media excerpts, social media posts, and government agency responses are entirely fictional.

Project team lead: Monica Schoch-Spana, PhD

Project team: Matthew Shearer, MPH; Emily Brunson, PhD, associate professor of anthropology at Texas State University; Sanjana Ravi, MPH; Tara Kirk Sell, PhD, MA; Gigi Kwik Gronvall, PhD; Hannah Chandler, former research assistant at the Center

Date completed: October 2017