If you only listened to Democrat politicians and read the mainstream media and Twitter, you'd think that the nation was soundly against Trump's handling of the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic.
It is a vicious little bubble of malignant personalities and broken souls whose sole job is to damage Trump at all costs, even if it harms the nation and working people. We've covered these disgusting extortionists and liars many times in the past weeks:
Former assistant secretary of Human and Health Services (HHS) Chris Meekins told James Rosen, a Sinclair investigative reporter, that the CDC lied to President Trump and HHS Secretary Alex Azar about its ability to produce a Wuhan coronavirus test.
Trump and his administration have received a lot of criticism over tests. Now it looks like the anger should go to the CDC.
During the press briefing Monday afternoon, President Donald Trump, Vice President Michael Pence, and the Coronavirus Task Force focused on sharing a new set of guidelines that Americans should follow to prevent the further spread of the Wuhan Coronavirus.
Because the briefing yesterday happened on the Ides of March, when President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and the rest of the Coronavirus Task Force stepped out into the podium, I remembered the ancient games of Rome.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz has announced that he plans to self-quarantine after discovering he interacted with an attendee at last month’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) who tested positive for the coronavirus.
Some people on the left have been pushing the false claim that Trump called the Coronavirus a hoax. MSNBC's Joy Reid just took that concept to a new level by suggesting the children of Trump supporters are a threat to other people's kids.
White House coronavirus task force expert Dr. Anthony Fauci announced that a coronavirus vaccine would be ready for testing on humans in “a month or so." However, it will take at least a year for it to be safe and prepared for the general public.
As a reminder to those who may be new to Legal Insurrection, I have a degree in biochemistry and experience in dealing with releases of potentially infectious materials. I am the author of a book on bloodborne pathogen safety.
The media seems intent on proving over and over again that they cannot be trusted. Having botched their sky-is-falling Russia, Ukraine, and the infamous "two scoops" scandal, they are now all-in proclaiming—completely incorrectly—that President Trump called the coronavirus a hoax.
He did not. In fact, their response to what Trump actually said demonstrates perfectly the point he was making.