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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.
So when do you imagine it will be safe to end the lockdown-4 weeks after the last case of coronavirus is reported? That could be over a year from now. Tell us when to end it, oh great wise one.
Underestimate the danger to your detriment and the country's! How many people have to croak for you to take this more seriously? Trump's home city and state has been hit the hardest and he can't really be bothered; insulting Gov's across the country! What an A-#ole! :meow: :talktothehand: :102:
The difference in press treatment is due solely to press bias. You can't deal with my point, so you divert with the typical idiocies.
No one plays "the victim" better than Trumpsters! It's so sad a pathetic; any negative is a conspiracy while everything good is planned and expected! "YAWN!" :talktothehand: :102::meow:
 

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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.
what senile old fool? is there an election coming up?

I forgot with all this COVID shit going on (said typical voter)
 

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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.
Give it up fool, nobody believes your rants.
 

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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.
:rofl: --- what, approaching 50-50 for the first time ever?

Know what Shrub's numbers were just after 9/11?

Over 90.

We're talkin' Shrub.

Bon voyage.
 

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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 ?
Definition of "several":

1. Hawaìi
2. Wyoming

End of "several"
 

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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 ?
Definition of "several":

1. Hawaìi
2. Wyoming

End of "several"
You are about 5 days late, dumbshit.

Try again.
 

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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 ?
Definition of "several":

1. Hawaìi
2. Wyoming

End of "several"
You are about 5 days late, dumbshit.

Try again.
Ah, you want the numbers from five days ago?

Don't have that. See, I live in the Now.
 

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Oh so long ago for me too. Feb 23 seems like an eternity:(
 

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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.
So when do you imagine it will be safe to end the lockdown-4 weeks after the last case of coronavirus is reported? That could be over a year from now. Tell us when to end it, oh great wise one.
Underestimate the danger to your detriment and the country's! How many people have to croak for you to take this more seriously? Trump's home city and state has been hit the hardest and he can't really be bothered; insulting Gov's across the country! What an A-#ole! :meow: :talktothehand: :102:
The difference in press treatment is due solely to press bias. You can't deal with my point, so you divert with the typical idiocies.
aww...
 

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Anything is better than Democrats who want to put us in another depression.
We're HURTLING towards a depression, the likes of which has never before been seen, under the reckless and feckless lack-of-leadership of the current Republican POTUS now.

What the heck are you talking about?
 
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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.
So when do you imagine it will be safe to end the lockdown-4 weeks after the last case of coronavirus is reported? That could be over a year from now. Tell us when to end it, oh great wise one.
Underestimate the danger to your detriment and the country's! How many people have to croak for you to take this more seriously? Trump's home city and state has been hit the hardest and he can't really be bothered; insulting Gov's across the country! What an A-#ole! :meow: :talktothehand: :102:
The difference in press treatment is due solely to press bias. You can't deal with my point, so you divert with the typical idiocies.
aww...
No one compared it with being in intenstive care, douche bag. You sleazy komrade was saying how awful the way the media treated Obama was. I simply pointed out that was a lie.
 
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Oh so long ago for me too. Feb 23 seems like an eternity:(
February 23rd? You lucky f*cker! I believe George Bush, Sr. was our president since MY last foray into wild and uninhibited sexual escapades. Do I miss those days? Sure. But these days I wouldn't have half the stamina to accomplish what I did. But I DO have some VERY nice memories......
 

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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.
So when do you imagine it will be safe to end the lockdown-4 weeks after the last case of coronavirus is reported? That could be over a year from now. Tell us when to end it, oh great wise one.
Underestimate the danger to your detriment and the country's! How many people have to croak for you to take this more seriously? Trump's home city and state has been hit the hardest and he can't really be bothered; insulting Gov's across the country! What an A-#ole! :meow: :talktothehand: :102:
The difference in press treatment is due solely to press bias. You can't deal with my point, so you divert with the typical idiocies.
aww...

I wonder if anyone told the artist, that's not a ventilator.

.
 

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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.
So when do you imagine it will be safe to end the lockdown-4 weeks after the last case of coronavirus is reported? That could be over a year from now. Tell us when to end it, oh great wise one.
Underestimate the danger to your detriment and the country's! How many people have to croak for you to take this more seriously? Trump's home city and state has been hit the hardest and he can't really be bothered; insulting Gov's across the country! What an A-#ole! :meow: :talktothehand: :102:
The difference in press treatment is due solely to press bias. You can't deal with my point, so you divert with the typical idiocies.
No one plays "the victim" better than Trumpsters! It's so sad a pathetic; any negative is a conspiracy while everything good is planned and expected! "YAWN!" :talktothehand: :102::meow:
Standard TDS moron talking points.
 

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World O Meters just closed out it's daily numbers.

Deaths in the U.S. down from 525 to 264. Huge break in the trend.

i hope we all pray that it continues.
 

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