So now we understand exactly what kind of person would marry Stephen Miller.
The absolute refusal to prepare for what was coming, or to provide any sort of centralized testing and planning generated “Phase 1” of the U.S. response to the global pandemic: A level of both cases and deaths unmatched around the world. But in many ways, this initial failure is more forgivable than what came later.
The megachurch visited by Mike Pence last weekend was suffering a coronavirus outbreak among its choir and orchestra but that didn’t stop all those who were exposed from partaking in the “Freedom Sunday” celebration, mostly without masks.
Vice President Mike Pence, chairman of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, apparently saw no problem with a choir of more than 100 people singing without masks as long as he got an opportunity to appear competent.
Former Associate Director for the White House Office of Urban Affairs during the Obama administration, Alaina Beverly, whacked Pence for his too little, too late about-face on mask wearing: "It only took 126,000 individuals to be infected with the virus" and "plaguing republican states" for Pence to finally listen to health officials.
Alaina Beverly, former national deputy director for African-American outreach for the Obama campaign, shared some thoughts about Mike Pence finally recommending masks.
Despite the guest list and the hyper-partisan nature of the so-called "service" at his mega-church in Dallas, Fox's favorite wingnut Pastor Robert Jeffress insisted that the vice president's appearance this Sunday was "not political."
Dallas wingnut evangelical pastor Robert Jeffress tells the hosts of Fox & Friends that Mike Pence's visit to his church this Sunday isn't going to be "political."
Vice President Mike Pence refused to say "Black lives matter" in an interview that aired over the weekend.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis defends his administration's actions to reporters with VP Mike Pence in tow at a burger establishment in Orlando, FL (May 20, 2020)
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