Some D.C. Democrats & members of the media remain all consumed with blind partisan rage against President Trump, facts be damned. media coronavirus trump
Reality check for Joe Biden who can’t seem to remember what President Trump’s actual coronavirus response has entailed.
- Biden called for President Trump to invoke the Defense Production Act AFTER President Trump had already invoked it.
- President Trump has used the DPA to require General Motors make ventilators.
Reality check for Nancy Pelosi who alleged President Trump was fiddling and delayed his coronavirus response. Pelosi also hinted at an “after-action” investigation that can only be interpreted as another guise for Democrats to start another round of sham impeachment proceedings.
- In January, when Democrats were all consumed with their bogus impeachment, President Trump was taking aggressive action to confront coronavirus including issuing China travel restrictions and declaring a public health emergency.
- Last week, while the House was on vacation and Pelosi was in California, Pelosi delayed the passage of the CARES Act because she prioritized a federal takeover of elections, Green New Deal policies, and identity politics based corporate diversity regulations over helping the American people.
Reality check for NBC’s Chuck Todd who takes the cake with the most unhinged moment of the morning when he asked Biden if President Trump has “blood” on his hands.
NBC's Chuck Todd is COMPLETELY UNHINGED this morning.
Chuck Todd: "Do you think there is blood on the President's hands?"
Joe Biden: "I think that's a little too harsh."
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) March 29, 2020
Give me a break. It’s questions like this that show why the media is underwater by 11 points in the latest Gallup poll.
Meanwhile, poll after poll shows that the American people are fully behind President Trump. The new Washington/Post ABC poll out this morning shows the American people trust President Trump more than Joe Biden to handle the coronavirus outbreak and to handle the economy.
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