Tara Dowdell discusses reality biting Trump in the backside due to the reality of the suffering and unemployment in the Black community in the wake of the pandemic, and the fact that President Obama set him straight while campaigning this week.
Despite the fact that COVID-19 hasn't yet magically disappeared, Trump is behaving as if it has, and insists the states behave that way, too. And families will starve.
Republicans have so little self-awareness.
Republican strategist Alice Stewart, who has worked for some of the most vile people in politics, accuses Democrats of "playing Santa Claus" and unemployed people of being lazy and wanting to stay home on their couches.
Larry Kudlow explained Trump's proposal for enhanced unemployment about as well as expected from someone who appeared not fully sober.
Larry Kudlow just wants everyone to go back to work and stop “nitpicking” about health and safety in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, dammit!
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 Ohio senator absolutely ripped Republicans for refusing to come to the financial aid of Americans and local governments being crushed by the pandemic, made worse by Trump and GOP policy.
Kevin Hassett lied and said people receiving the $600/week unemployment benefit are less willing to work. That is not true, and Poppy Harlow called him out.
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