In August, while Dr. Anthony Fauci was literally unconscious during surgery, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suddenly reversed itself and published revised testing guidelines that suggested people who weren’t showing symptoms of COVID-19 didn’t need to be tested.
Joe Biden may be 119 days from being elected president, but that isn’t stopping him from trying to help the nation right now.
In the first weeks of the COVID-19 epidemic in the United States, a shocking breakdown in quality control at the CDC’s central laboratory in Atlanta led to cross-contamination of test materials that made the first round of tests shipped out around the country worthless.
“The most deceptive, lying president in history finally told the truth. Somehow, it was more shocking than all his deceptions,” one ad says.
CNN's Brianna Keilar takes Trump campaign official Tim Murtaugh to task for his lame defense of Trump's statement during his Tulsa rally that he asked his people to "slow down testing" of coronavirus to keep the numbers down.
"Is that funny to you, Tim?" she asked.
Trump refused to answer a direct question from a local television station about whether he authorized the slowdown of COVID-19 testing.
Trump's trade adviser, Peter Navarro, wants everyone to believe that Trump was just making some lighthearted joke when he told the crowd at his MAGA rally in Tulsa that he wanted his administration to "slow the testing down" to suppress the number of coronavirus cases.
Gupta called Trump's remarks "a travesty" and "criminal."
Utah Sen. Mitt Romney (R) began his questioning of public health experts by noting that the Trump administration’s testing plan is “nothing to celebrate.”
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