Joe Biden may be 119 days from being elected president, but that isn’t stopping him from trying to help the nation right now.
Texas officials have tried to block ineffective masks from making their way to hospitals with screenings and by rejecting anything labeled as non-medical, yet at the same time, the mysterious brokers sourcing millions of masks were working hard to evade those safeguards.
Sadly, the wearing of masks has been politicized by the right. Even so, there's a grassroots movement out there trying to get homemade masks to everyone who needs one.
Trump acts like a jerk to a nurse at the White House for National Nurses' Day by contradicting her on shortages of PPE during the coronavirus pandemic.
A rash of accidents seems to have befallen Russian doctors who make their complaints public.
Mike Pence wants an apology from the reporter who dared to tell the truth about the memo that said masks were required for his trip to the Mayo Clinic on Tuesday.
In what they called a “live-in” at the factory, the undertaking was just one example of the endless ways that Americans in every industry have uniquely contributed to fighting coronavirus.
We appear to have arrived at the point where state governors are being forced not just to recreate what the federal government was expected to do in previous national crises but to do so behind Trump's incompetent and corrupt back. In secret. To avoid having him damage the efforts.
Trump trade adviser Peter Navarro complains to Fox's Maria Bartiromo about China cornering the market on PPE and profiteering off of it, while ignoring his administration sending millions of masks to China in January and February while ignoring the threat of the pandemic in the United States.
The Governor could not find his ears to put on a mask correctly.
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