The world is under attack, and some within the Democratic Party would rather spend their time dividing the nation rather than healing it.
This is all a part of this childish, pedantic “resistance” thing that they’ve been toying with for so long. Every day their actions cheapen the movement, or whatever it is, by hurling 4th grade insults and ad nauseam gibberish in the general direction of the Oval Office.
Even in this time of great peril for our nation, the radical left is attempting to sabotage the world’s view of the American President by blaming Trump himself for the deaths caused by a once-in-a-century illness.
[House Rep. Alexandria] Ocasio-Cortez took questions from social media users on Wednesday and used the opportunity to criticize the Trump administration’s response to the pandemic. The outbreak in the United States, she seems to believe, would not be as severe if Trump and Republicans took it seriously and listened to scientists.
“Someone said, ‘Do you think if we took precautions earlier than we did our numbers would be lower than it is now?’ Yes,” Ocasio-Cortez answered.
I think that if Trump took this seriously, if Republicans took it seriously, I think that if if we decided to listen to scientists early more than we listen to, you know, people who care more about profit than human lives, we would have taken precautions much earlier and we would have saved lives. We either would have gone into lockdown earlier in some circumstances or we would have started producing these damn ventilators way earlier than we are now. We would have invoked the Defense Production Act, but because Trump didn’t do that early enough, now we’re scrambling. And everything that is happening is happening late. And every decision that we make late means that people are dying unnecessarily.
The more we learn about the coronavirus here in the United States, the more apparent it becomes that China has grossly misrepresented the danger that the illness posed to the world, thus making it difficult for nations such as Italy, Spain, and the US to respond adequately and appropriately.
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