He gave the reasons that Trump would not be the man for this job. He was right in every respect.
The killing of Ahmaud Arbery and Trump’s unseemly haste to re-open the economy are part of the same problem. It is the same problem that motivated the BLM movement.
A concise recap of the many twists and turns of Trump’s floundering leadership in response to coronavirus.
Gist of the story – A Texas businessman with FOUR idle N95 production lines in his AMERICAN plant could not get our government to take any interest in opening them up even after the virus started spreading and the shortage of PPEs in the stockpile was obvious. Maybe this is China’s fault?
Sweden has famously tried to achieve herd immunity and to avoid economic damage by staying open for business. Not only is their death’s per million people significantly higher than other neighboring countries (and growing), their economy seems to have received no benefit from the extra cost in deaths.
Scientists from various Arizona Universities have been instructed to stop their efforts on COVID-19 and denied access to the data they have been using to predict the spread. Brilliant!
By the way, if data from New York City is omitted (because it has begun to decline there), the Covid-19 outbreak has not peaked. It is climbing steadily. In places like Arizona. Pretty clear the decision has been made to kill a lot of people to preserve Republican power. Too bad for them, it is not nice to fool with Mother Nature.
Short, but consider Mr. Trump skewered.
We live in the danger zone! Just barely.
In this scene from the movie The Big Short you will find a very clear and very interesting description of how the big bankers created the financial and economic crash of 2008.
Of course any political campaign is going to spin the truth in its favor, but the egregious deceptions in this Trump ad are so far beyond the pale that it is not funny anymore. Once again, somewhere Joe Stalin is smiling.