What Are the Libs Up to Now?
Keep that liberal political correctness going at all costs…
So typical, so sad but it’s no surprise that the New York Times removes the word ‘Wuhan’ from its’s coronavirus tracking map.
As the President continues the normal manner of naming diseases from their place of origins (Spanish flu, MERS – Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, etc, etc) the liberal media does their best to always take the opposite side of the President or intentionally mislead readers with a liberal slant.
Far-left editors over at Wikipedia are desperately trying to change the name of the 1918 Spanish influenza article to remove the word ‘Spanish’ despite it being commonly known as that for over a hundred years.
By removing the word ‘Spanish’, editors obviously hope they can convince the public that naming viral outbreaks after the region in which they originated is not normal, even though it has been virtually since records began.
Lives be damned, keep liberal political correctness alive at all costs…even human lives.
The Trump Agenda
President Trump has been attacked by the liberal media for his statement about the anti-malaria drug hydroxchlorine used together with the antibiotic azithromycin and their possible success against the coronavirus.
The media has come up with all types of ridiculous claims. One such claim was that 2 grams of the anti-malaria drug could kill you.
Well….2 grams of many drugs would put you in the ground. Oh, let’s not forget all the lives saved by the same anti-malaria drug.
Either way the bottom line is that President Trump didn’t just pull this out of the air. He’s surrounded by experts in all areas while fighting this crisis and they are the ones reporting the early success of the 2 drugs.
How about we throw in a high profile case. Actor Daniel Dae Kim, of Lost and Hawaii Five-O took to Instagram stating he thought the combination was crucial to his recover.
Hmm, sure sounds like the experts and the President may be onto something…
Read more about his case below.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said Sunday House Democrats plan to write their own coronavirus stimulus bill, which could throw sand in the congressional gears on a rescue package.
Pelosi carried no sense of urgency with her as she made her remarks. So, we just wait hanging in the winds then?
Remember, she’s a political pro and because she knows President Trump is adamant about creating solutions and enacting them YESTERDAY, she’s going to drag the feet of Congress just enough to get her petty concessions.
Why? So she can claim a win with her party and her constituents.
She tried once already but the parts of the bill attributed to here were s blatant a 5th grade Civics student would have made a face.
Unfortunately for all of us she’s going to use this moment as the one and only real time she has a little leverage. It won’t last, we will demand our representatives act and the 5 absent Republican Senators will claw their way back to the floor in order to vote for the American people if necessary.
Emerging from a meeting of the four top congressional leaders, Pelosi told reporters she hoped the separate House bill would be compatible with what the Senate is doing.
She said talks between the two parties were continuing. Senate Republicans were hoping to craft a plan with enough Democratic support that it could pass swiftly through both chambers.
Yeah, so there are 5 Republican Senators self-quarantining with one, Rand Paul testing positive for coronavirus and the Senate Dems have used this as leverage against the Senate Republicans….NO WAIT, IT’S LEVERAGE AGAINST THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.
Hmm, That Makes Your Think
With stores running out of toilet paper the big question for many seems to be, how long will my stash of toilet paper last?
Well, one website claims to have the equation all worked out for you.
A new website called “How much toilet paper?” claims it can roll out an answer for you.
Simply set the top bar to how many rolls you currently have, then set the second bar to how many average bathroom visits you make per day – and the website’s calculator does the rest.
The site also includes a plea that people refrain from buying up all the toilet paper they can find at their local grocery store, as many of those stores struggle to keep up with the demand from panicky customers.