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Don's call to disregard human life for his political gain isn't playing well in red America.

Red state governors buck Trump and stick with social distancing

Republican governors are following the advice of public health experts and embracing coronavirus lockdowns and business closings despite President Donald Trump's push to reopen parts of the country by Easter.

Trump's press to scrap social distancing in all but the most virus-ravaged areas — and statements implying the fight to contain the disease have turned a corner — have rankled some GOP governors consumed with efforts to contain transmission and ease the burden on stressed local health systems.
 
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Why Trump won’t have the final say on whether people go back to work

President Trump is increasingly making clear he wants to do what public health officials and a number of governors and mayors say is a bad idea: let people go back to work and gather in large crowds in the next few weeks.
Public health officials warn that the coronavirus is still rampaging — the World Health Organization says the United States could be its next epicenter — and that to relax social distancing now will overwhelm hospitals even more than they already are with the sick and dying.
Trump says he’s worried that the economic toll and its effects will be more devastating than the disease: “We can’t let the cure be worse than the disease.”

Trump is the most powerful figure in the U.S. coronavirus response, and a large swath of the country supports him and will stand by him no matter what (this is what makes what he says so dangerous). And his voice certainly will play a role in how seriously all Americans treat social distancing, since it’s difficult.
 

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Don's call to disregard human life for his political gain isn't playing well in red America.

Red state governors buck Trump and stick with social distancing

Republican governors are following the advice of public health experts and embracing coronavirus lockdowns and business closings despite President Donald Trump's push to reopen parts of the country by Easter.

Trump's press to scrap social distancing in all but the most virus-ravaged areas — and statements implying the fight to contain the disease have turned a corner — have rankled some GOP governors consumed with efforts to contain transmission and ease the burden on stressed local health systems.
Yikes, bergy, PLEASE restrain your hideous TDS! Your posts make you look like a FOOL....
 
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The more you feign outrage towards Trump the higher his polling numbers go, soy boy.
The thread is about red state governors rejecting Don's plea to kill more of their citizens. If someone is outraged it's them.

"Your senile old fool will be crushed in the election."

I do not discount that possibility. You fools show no signs of realizing you've been conned by an immoral, dishonest, incompetent flim flam artist.
 
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Don's call to disregard human life for his political gain isn't playing well in red America.

Red state governors buck Trump and stick with social distancing

Republican governors are following the advice of public health experts and embracing coronavirus lockdowns and business closings despite President Donald Trump's push to reopen parts of the country by Easter.

Trump's press to scrap social distancing in all but the most virus-ravaged areas — and statements implying the fight to contain the disease have turned a corner — have rankled some GOP governors consumed with efforts to contain transmission and ease the burden on stressed local health systems.
Yikes, bergy, PLEASE restrain your hideous TDS! Your posts make you look like a FOOL....
"You can’t put a timeframe on saving people’s lives. We’re going to make decisions based on the scientists and the facts," Maryland's Larry Hogan, chairman of the National Governors Association, said on Wednesday.


Hogan's frustration burst into the open Tuesday, when he blasted Trump during a CNN interview for sending "pretty confusing" messages on the virus that don't sync up with the experience on the ground.
“Most people think we’re weeks away from the peak, if not months. That’s the advice we’re getting from the smart folks at Johns Hopkins, the National Institutes of Health, the University of Maryland, places like that,” Hogan said.
 

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Don's call to disregard human life for his political gain isn't playing well in red America.

Red state governors buck Trump and stick with social distancing

Republican governors are following the advice of public health experts and embracing coronavirus lockdowns and business closings despite President Donald Trump's push to reopen parts of the country by Easter.

Trump's press to scrap social distancing in all but the most virus-ravaged areas — and statements implying the fight to contain the disease have turned a corner — have rankled some GOP governors consumed with efforts to contain transmission and ease the burden on stressed local health systems.
Yikes, bergy, PLEASE restrain your hideous TDS! Your posts make you look like a FOOL....
"You can’t put a timeframe on saving people’s lives. We’re going to make decisions based on the scientists and the facts," Maryland's Larry Hogan, chairman of the National Governors Association, said on Wednesday.


Hogan's frustration burst into the open Tuesday, when he blasted Trump during a CNN interview for sending "pretty confusing" messages on the virus that don't sync up with the experience on the ground.
“Most people think we’re weeks away from the peak, if not months. That’s the advice we’re getting from the smart folks at Johns Hopkins, the National Institutes of Health, the University of Maryland, places like that,” Hogan said.
He-he, you ARE a loon!
 

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Why Trump won’t have the final say on whether people go back to work

President Trump is increasingly making clear he wants to do what public health officials and a number of governors and mayors say is a bad idea: let people go back to work and gather in large crowds in the next few weeks.
Public health officials warn that the coronavirus is still rampaging — the World Health Organization says the United States could be its next epicenter — and that to relax social distancing now will overwhelm hospitals even more than they already are with the sick and dying.
Trump says he’s worried that the economic toll and its effects will be more devastating than the disease: “We can’t let the cure be worse than the disease.”

Trump is the most powerful figure in the U.S. coronavirus response, and a large swath of the country supports him and will stand by him no matter what (this is what makes what he says so dangerous). And his voice certainly will play a role in how seriously all Americans treat social distancing, since it’s difficult.
he had no say or control when they started shutting down either.
 

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Don's call to disregard human life for his political gain isn't playing well in red America.

Red state governors buck Trump and stick with social distancing

Republican governors are following the advice of public health experts and embracing coronavirus lockdowns and business closings despite President Donald Trump's push to reopen parts of the country by Easter.

Trump's press to scrap social distancing in all but the most virus-ravaged areas — and statements implying the fight to contain the disease have turned a corner — have rankled some GOP governors consumed with efforts to contain transmission and ease the burden on stressed local health systems.
Reported for stupidity.

Just because I can. :laughing0301:
 

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Why Trump won’t have the final say on whether people go back to work

President Trump is increasingly making clear he wants to do what public health officials and a number of governors and mayors say is a bad idea: let people go back to work and gather in large crowds in the next few weeks.
Public health officials warn that the coronavirus is still rampaging — the World Health Organization says the United States could be its next epicenter — and that to relax social distancing now will overwhelm hospitals even more than they already are with the sick and dying.
Trump says he’s worried that the economic toll and its effects will be more devastating than the disease: “We can’t let the cure be worse than the disease.”

Trump is the most powerful figure in the U.S. coronavirus response, and a large swath of the country supports him and will stand by him no matter what (this is what makes what he says so dangerous). And his voice certainly will play a role in how seriously all Americans treat social distancing, since it’s difficult.

How many Coroanavirus Trump pissy pants threads is this for you? About 50?
 

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Don's call to disregard human life for his political gain isn't playing well in red America.

Red state governors buck Trump and stick with social distancing

Republican governors are following the advice of public health experts and embracing coronavirus lockdowns and business closings despite President Donald Trump's push to reopen parts of the country by Easter.

Trump's press to scrap social distancing in all but the most virus-ravaged areas — and statements implying the fight to contain the disease have turned a corner — have rankled some GOP governors consumed with efforts to contain transmission and ease the burden on stressed local health systems.
Why Trump won’t have the final say on whether people go back to work

President Trump is increasingly making clear he wants to do what public health officials and a number of governors and mayors say is a bad idea: let people go back to work and gather in large crowds in the next few weeks.
Public health officials warn that the coronavirus is still rampaging — the World Health Organization says the United States could be its next epicenter — and that to relax social distancing now will overwhelm hospitals even more than they already are with the sick and dying.
Trump says he’s worried that the economic toll and its effects will be more devastating than the disease: “We can’t let the cure be worse than the disease.”

Trump is the most powerful figure in the U.S. coronavirus response, and a large swath of the country supports him and will stand by him no matter what (this is what makes what he says so dangerous). And his voice certainly will play a role in how seriously all Americans treat social distancing, since it’s difficult.

Let’s be honest, this is just another not so clever angle to say “Orange Man Bad”...right?
The TDS Mafia has officially lost all their shit...hahaha
 

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The more you feign outrage towards Trump the higher his polling numbers go, soy boy.

Your senile old fool will be crushed in the election.
Biden may be senile, but you can count on dead people voting for him. <rolleyes>
 
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The more you feign outrage towards Trump the higher his polling numbers go, soy boy.
The thread is about red state governors rejecting Don's plea to kill more of their citizens. If someone is outraged it's them.

"Your senile old fool will be crushed in the election."

I do not discount that possibility. You fools show no signs of realizing you've been conned by an immoral, dishonest, incompetent flim flam artist.
This thread is about you insane vermin and your stupid ass opinions.
 

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Don's call to disregard human life for his political gain isn't playing well in red America.

Red state governors buck Trump and stick with social distancing

Republican governors are following the advice of public health experts and embracing coronavirus lockdowns and business closings despite President Donald Trump's push to reopen parts of the country by Easter.

Trump's press to scrap social distancing in all but the most virus-ravaged areas — and statements implying the fight to contain the disease have turned a corner — have rankled some GOP governors consumed with efforts to contain transmission and ease the burden on stressed local health systems.
Yikes, bergy, PLEASE restrain your hideous TDS! Your posts make you look like a FOOL....
"You can’t put a timeframe on saving people’s lives. We’re going to make decisions based on the scientists and the facts," Maryland's Larry Hogan, chairman of the National Governors Association, said on Wednesday.


Hogan's frustration burst into the open Tuesday, when he blasted Trump during a CNN interview for sending "pretty confusing" messages on the virus that don't sync up with the experience on the ground.
“Most people think we’re weeks away from the peak, if not months. That’s the advice we’re getting from the smart folks at Johns Hopkins, the National Institutes of Health, the University of Maryland, places like that,” Hogan said.
Note that Trump is not confused about helping Americans, but Hogan certainly is.
 

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Don's call to disregard human life for his political gain isn't playing well in red America.

Red state governors buck Trump and stick with social distancing

Republican governors are following the advice of public health experts and embracing coronavirus lockdowns and business closings despite President Donald Trump's push to reopen parts of the country by Easter.

Trump's press to scrap social distancing in all but the most virus-ravaged areas — and statements implying the fight to contain the disease have turned a corner — have rankled some GOP governors consumed with efforts to contain transmission and ease the burden on stressed local health systems.
States doing what they should.

That should really piss off you left wingers.

You are all about fucking over the states and taking their autonomy away. Always have been.

You losers are hypocrites.

Notice the Mayor of Denver seemed to do it differently.

And Trump is not scrapping social distancing. He's just pointing out that killing the economy is pretty extreme and there might be ain inbetween way to do it.

But you know better...you are a left winger.
 

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Don's call to disregard human life for his political gain isn't playing well in red America.

Red state governors buck Trump and stick with social distancing

Republican governors are following the advice of public health experts and embracing coronavirus lockdowns and business closings despite President Donald Trump's push to reopen parts of the country by Easter.

Trump's press to scrap social distancing in all but the most virus-ravaged areas — and statements implying the fight to contain the disease have turned a corner — have rankled some GOP governors consumed with efforts to contain transmission and ease the burden on stressed local health systems.
Yikes, bergy, PLEASE restrain your hideous TDS! Your posts make you look like a FOOL....
"You can’t put a timeframe on saving people’s lives. We’re going to make decisions based on the scientists and the facts," Maryland's Larry Hogan, chairman of the National Governors Association, said on Wednesday.


Hogan's frustration burst into the open Tuesday, when he blasted Trump during a CNN interview for sending "pretty confusing" messages on the virus that don't sync up with the experience on the ground.
“Most people think we’re weeks away from the peak, if not months. That’s the advice we’re getting from the smart folks at Johns Hopkins, the National Institutes of Health, the University of Maryland, places like that,” Hogan said.
What experience on the ground. Several states have yet ot have a death.

WTF is he saying ?
 

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Anything is better than Democrats who want to put us in another depression.
The more you feign outrage towards Trump the higher his polling numbers go, soy boy.
The thread is about red state governors rejecting Don's plea to kill more of their citizens. If someone is outraged it's them.

"Your senile old fool will be crushed in the election."

I do not discount that possibility. You fools show no signs of realizing you've been conned by an immoral, dishonest, incompetent flim flam artist.
Well, tough for you, cause you are going to see him for the next five years.

Sooner than later, people will say enough and defy all this crap.

What then ? The national guard. That should be real interesting.
 

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The more you feign outrage towards Trump the higher his polling numbers go, soy boy.
The thread is about red state governors rejecting Don's plea to kill more of their citizens. If someone is outraged it's them.

"Your senile old fool will be crushed in the election."

I do not discount that possibility. You fools show no signs of realizing you've been conned by an immoral, dishonest, incompetent flim flam artist.
This thread is about you insane vermin and your stupid ass opinions.
They're confused and lost little lambs who have gone astray, bah, bah, bah....
 

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