What Are the Libs Up to Now?
Politico correspondent David Siders is starting to get very worried.
He and his liberal fanatics at politico are lamenting the fact that President Trump’s approval ratings are higher than ever, and they’re blaming the Coronavirus.
“Donald Trump’s reelection is likely to rise or fall on his handling of the pandemic. And there isn’t much Democrats can do about it,” Siders wrote.
Former Biden speechwriter Matthew Littman worries that the Coronavirus chaos is forcing voters to forget about “other issues” and only focus on having a “competent leader”, which Trump is demonstrating he is:
“No one is looking at this point for the most exciting race to take place between Biden and Trump,” said Littman. “They’re just looking for a really competent leader…It’s like being in a war. When that happens, if an asteroid hits the Earth, other issues go out the window. This is where we are as a country.”
How ironic that the liberals are so worried people will realize Trump’s strong leadership.
Guess what libs, we already knew.
The Trump Agenda
President Donald Trump on Thursday invoked the Defense Production Act against 3M to acquire more medical masks to fight the coronavirus.
The president responded to the news reported by Fox News host Tucker Carlson that 3M was sending masks to foreign countries instead of shipping them to the United States.
“We hit 3M hard today after seeing what they were doing with their Masks,” Trump wrote. “Big surprise to many in government as to what they were doing – will have a big price to pay!”
Director of the Florida Division of Emergency Management Jared Moskowitz appeared on Carlson’s show to shame the company for not saving the masks for American workers.
Ugly business you tried 3M, but it’s not going to happen on Trump’s watch!
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he was pressing ahead with the Friday launch of a $349 billion coronavirus rescue loan program for small businesses, after conceding to bank demands to fix aspects of the program that they said could cause participating lenders legal and financial risks.
He said the SBA application system would be “up and running” on Friday, and encouraged businesses to go to lenders to apply for loans, although he acknowledged not every bank would be in a position to start processing applications.
“You get the money, you’ll get it the same day, you use this to pay your workers. Please bring your workers back to work if you’ve let them go,” Mnuchin said.
Hmm, That Makes Your Think
Sorry fellow Top Gun fans…
“Paramount is pushing back the release of ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ from late June to Christmas 2020 amid the novel coronavirus pandemic,” reports The Hollywood reporter.
The sequel to the 34-year-old Reagan-era smash hit will not be hitting theaters until December 23.
But there’s a twist – “Top Gun: Maverick” became the subject of controversy last year when critics noted that the trailer showed signs the movie would be pandering to China by removing the Taiwanese and Japanese flag from Tom Cruise’s signature movie jacket.
Movie studios have gone to great lengths to appeal to Chinese audiences by presenting the country as a technologically advanced superpower.
China has invested tons of money in Hollywood.
“When the creators of ‘Pixels’ wanted to show aliens blasting a hole in the Great Wall of China, Sony executives worried that the scene might prevent the 2015 movie’s release in China, leaked studio emails show.