Michael Moore Comments On Donald Trump Calling The Coronavirus Fear A Democrat Hoax.
To Clam Fears About The Coronavirus, Mick Mulvaney Says ‘We Know How To Handle This.’
Listen Mick; If your boss President Donald Trump, didn’t lie about almost every issue if not all, then people probably wouldn’t doubt and speculate about this dangerous virus called the Coronavirus. Instead of blaming Democrats and the media you should tell the truth. If you don’t know then say you don’t know enough about it, but don’t make up facts and figures in order to make your administration look competent. Donald Trump in addition to lying, places people in positions where they are in charge of situations they know nothing about, except that they are good yes men and yes women who are afraid to disagree with him for fear of being ousted and criticized by him. They have no courage. No wonder though, because he spends part of his time firing competent people who contradicts his numerous lies. So, go ahead Mick. Hold on to your job.
Also Mick, if your boss, Donald Trump had not proposed cutting the budget of the CDC for the 2021 fiscal year, then people would take his efforts to control the spread of the Coronavirus more seriously.
As he has done various times before, President Trump once again contradicts what his heads of the government agencies have said about subjects they have more qualifications to answer more than he does. In this case, it is about the spread of the Coronavirus. He also blames the media for the bad news.
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