According to Trump, the only real Americans live in red states.
Ashley Parker explains that this is the main reason for his tepid, much too late, reluctant admission that masks can help stop the spread of COVID-19. It's in the red states now.
The Washington Post's Ashley Parker explains how Trump's people finally got him to take some interest in the spread of the coronavirus.
Laura Ingraham conflates the stock market with the state of the overall economy, and includes Alabama in a list of red states she says are "seeing light at the end of the tunnel" despite the fact that they're running out of ICU beds.
The Heritage Foundation and other conservative groups warn, with little evidence, that voting by mail fosters fraud. But some Republican secretaries of state reject those concerns and see no alternative to absentee voting if the pandemic persists.
Former RNC chair Michael Steele warned about Republican attempts to dodge responsibility when red states get hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
Evangelical churches with a right-wing, Christian-nationalist political bent really want nothing more than to resist government orders to cease holding services during the novel coronavirus pandemic. The main drawback is that there’s the possibility of killing off their congregations.
Toddler-In-Chief plays favorites with critical COVID-19 medical necessities.
The conservative felon and fake historian joined Laura Ingraham in laughing about people dying from this pandemic.
No, it's not just your imagination, as CNN's John Avlon explains.
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