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    Crenshaw to WaPo Trump Hater: ‘Let’s Try Reporting Some Facts With the Correct Context’ On Coronavirus Response

    Crenshaw to WaPo Trump Hater: ‘Let’s Try Reporting Some Facts With the Correct Context’ On Coronavirus Response

    “Hating Trump is not an excuse for lazy argumentation and emotional reasoning.”

    Rep. Dan Crenshaw

    Severe TDS-sufferer Jennifer Rubin tried to argue that President Donald Trump’s inaction on the Wuhan coronavirus led to the death of thousands of Americans and basically destroyed the country.

    Thankfully, Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) came in with a cool head and tweeted out the much-needed facts when it comes to Trump’s response to the Wuhan coronavirus.

    I swear The Washington Post publishes pieces from Jennifer Rubin just so people can laugh at her. There is no excuse to publish pieces not laced with facts just because someone is an opinion writer or blogger.

    Here are a few of Rubin’s tweets with her article. Whenever she talks about coronavirus it seems that she leads with Trump. She has even called the coronavirus death toll the Trump death poll. Not kidding.

    First of all, the Wuhan coronavirus is a VIRUS. It does not give a crap how a government responds or who is in charge.

    You better believe I would not blame Hillary if this happened or if this happened during Obama’s administration.

    Plus all of these arguments are null and void because the virus was likely already in America since November. Remember, I swear that I had it in late December/early January.

    Anyway, Crenshaw did an excellent job dismantling Rubin’s crazy rant.

    The left all of a sudden seems to love WHO now that he cut the funding to the organization. They forget that WHO downplayed the virus in March.

    The answer is no. It’s only been what, four weeks? People already want to go to back to work.

    Yes, the precious federal government’s regulations, which have been in place for a looooong time, prevented others from getting out coronavirus tests:

    Like most TDS sufferers, Rubin wants to have her cake and eat it, too.

    WEIRD how Rubin forgets that her own paper and the other MSM downplayed the virus.

    Mic. Drop.

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    hopeful | April 17, 2020 at 9:36 pm

    Love this man. He’s a fighter. We have a few now, thank goodness.

    As for the Wuhan flu as a special killer: studied some MO stats on cases x age today. Incidence is steady rate from 30 to 65 or so. Makes sense, these people are working, likely exposed. Then 65-85 rate goes down nearly 50%. Makes sense, these people are retired, sheltering. Then 85 up huge increase in rate of cases. Why? These people not sheltering? Absurd.

    It’s obvious to me, many, probably most of the over 80 cases are *nursing home cases.* Those places have to be pits of contagion. My son tells me half of the new cases in St Charles County, MO last week were at *one* nursing home.

    Why not clean those places up and let people work if they want to? People are at risk of losing everything. It makes me really angry to think they are doing this because of some hyped up crap model from some idiot Brit, and media frenzy for bad news. I see how Trump and many governors (including MO gov, who resisted as long as he could) can’t resist the shrieking about DEATHS! So I’m not blaming.

    However, I do believe it is time for some resistance and pushback. A lot of this is plain damn tyranny. I was thrilled to see that protest in Michigan. Made my Murrican heart beat that little bit faster.


       
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      txvet2 in reply to hopeful. | April 17, 2020 at 9:41 pm

      “”most of the over 80 cases are *nursing home cases.””

      At least one of our 6 county deaths involved an individual under hospice care. Calling that a COVID death is malpractice.


         
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        lichau in reply to txvet2. | April 18, 2020 at 12:58 pm

        Here in San Diego, a few days ago, we had two deaths. One “late 90’s”. The other? 102.
        When you are 102, the cause of death is 102 years of living.

        I am 76; systems are deteriorating. Such is life.


     
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    Milhouse | April 19, 2020 at 2:05 am

    Seriously, what is wrong with her? She and I started from what I thought were the same premises. Four years ago we seemed to be on the same page. At least I thought so. But then Trump was elected, fair and square, and started doing mostly good things, and it seems like the more good he did the more her hatred blinded her to it.

    I never hated Trump. I thought he was an unfit person to be president (but so was Clinton). I thought he was a conman, and could not be trusted. I thought his policies were those of a liberal democrat (though no worse than Clinton’s). I thought he was likely to be a bad president. But I didn’t hate him. Certainly not the way I hated Clinton and 0bama.

    I kept my eyes open, and observed what he did. When he did something I didn’t like I criticized him. When he did something I did like I praised him. And when he was unfairly attacked I defended him, just as I defended those whom he had unfairly attacked. I didn’t vote for him in 2016, but if the election were held today I would vote for him this time.

    Meanwhile Rubin seems to have just turned into a hate machine. It’s as if she can’t bear to see anything good about him, so her subconscious turns it into bad and she believes that. Maybe Bandy X. Lee has a name for that.


     
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    Milhouse | April 19, 2020 at 2:16 am

    The truth is Trump’s handling of this crisis has not been perfect. But who could expect that? I don’t believe any alternative president could have handled it any better than he has. He’s done the best he can, and the best anyone could have done, given the information we had (thank you China). If he didn’t deserve reelection before (and he did), he would earn it just for this.


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