November 18, 2020

Even Steve Doocy understands why governors are trying hard to crack down on coronavirus: Cases are spiking and it's the week before Thanksgiving. He calls it a "super contagious" disease and reminds everyone it's the week before Thanksgiving, and asks Trump press secretary Kayleigh McEnany what she thinks.

She calls some of the guidelines "Orwellian" and says it's not the American way. After all, all we have to do is give Americans the information and trust them to make the best decisions for their family.

Huh. So Kayleigh, if that's true, how do you think things got to this point?

Editor's Note (John Amato): It's like the Trump administration wants as many Americans as possible to get infected with COVID before they trash the Oval office on their way out.

As governors are trying to keep their constituents safe while containing the spread of the coronavirus as much as possible, McEnany vomits all over their safety recommendations like a Seb Gorka podcast.

I can't wait for the day when I don't have to report on the insane ramblings of a Trump White House press secretary.

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