Whatever the motivation, Trump is now telling us that he won't support a second shutdown no matter how bad a second wave of infections gets.
Trump in Michigan on Thursday tells reporters he won't support a nationwide shutdown if the country is hit by a second wave of coronavirus infections in the fall.
Stuart Varney told his fellow Fox host Steve Doocy that we need to "open up businesses as fast as possible to avoid economic catastrophe," the lessons from history be damned.
Fox's Stuart Varney tells Steve Doocy the United States needs to open things up right away in order to "avoid economic catastrophe" with no discussion of whether it's being done safely, or the economic damage from opening up too quickly if the virus isn't under control.
Fox "news" continues to question the guidance of the experts and what Americans should be doing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tucker Carlson: 'Bewildering' That We Are Letting Public Health Experts Make Decisions On Coronavirus Response
Tucker Carlson with yet another rant about coronavirus lockdowns damaging the economy, pretending he's not promoting sacrificing people to the Wall Street gods, and bemoaning the fact that anyone is taking advice from public health experts during a pandemic.
It was unidentified, it was flying, and it was an object. So what was it?
A California school district said this week that they had so many lockdowns last year that it seemed like the perfect time to spend $36,000 on portable plastic toilets for the classrooms.
Watch: "LOCKDOWN," is a ten minute documentary by Mutual Aid Media on the Tar Sands Blockade -- a group of activists and landowners in Texas who have built a campaign to stop the Keystone XL pipeline.
Massive manhunt underway in upstate New York today after a lone gunman opened fire at a car wash and barber shop, leaving four dead and at least two wounded.
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