Fox's Pete Hegseth did his best to lay the blame for creating uncertainty for businesses on governors and the need for lockdowns across the country, rather than Dear Leader for allowing the coronavirus pandemic to get out of control in the first place.
While reporting on the latest jobs numbers, and trying to paint 10.2% unemployment as good news, the hosts of Fox & Friends blame governors and the need for coronavirus lockdowns for uncertainty for businesses, not the fact that the pandemic was allowed to rage out of control in the first place.
The former Florida Congressman dispensed with the niceties to call out the leaders who deny science at the expense of tens of thousands of lives lost to COVID-19.
The places where people are wearing masks are doing better.
Donald Trump ordered governors to crack down on peaceful protesters, calling for them to be thrown in jail for years after violently squashing their protests.
Trump "evolved" on the coronavirus testing -- at first saying, "If you want to test you'll get a test!" — to, "It's up to the states to handle all the testing."
If Donald Trump thinks he'd enjoy Captain Bligh's position, and ultimate final fortunes, he's even dumber than he looks.
Rudy Giuliani: Governors And Mayors Should ‘Take The Blame’ And Show Fealty To Trump For COVID-19 Assistance
Rudy Giuliani tells Fox's Laura Ingraham this on how governors and mayors should grovel to get their supplies for the pandemic: “A little advice for the governors and the mayors, having been in that position in three extraordinarily difficult situations, I’d say one equal to this. Take the blame when you have to. You know, if you play with your boss, sometimes it’s better if you don’t win the golf game. He’s the boss, he’s got all the resources. I don’t say that he’s gonna be affected in giving out resources one way or another, but it’s just human nature that if you act like a responsible guy, and he’s got real confidence that you’re doing what you’re doing, he’s gonna give you everything you want.”
Twitter refuses to allow Rudy Giuliani to spread lies about an untested coronavirus treatment, or slander governors critical of Trump.
The battle for net neutrality is not over.
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