CoronaVirus and the Kooch

February 24, 2020

Science denying Kiddie Tormentor Ken Cuccinelli appointed to the Trump Administration’s Corona Virus response.

Fox News Kills.

5 Responses to “CoronaVirus and the Kooch”

  1. dumboldguy Says:

    The FACTS that Maddow lays out about the “you’re fired” history of the failing Presidential Apprentice are truly scary. Running the country like a TV show is not going to get it done, and gutting the medical response to a coronavirus pandemic is beyond stupid, it’s evil.

    Mentioning the Kooch, or as we referred to him here in VA—KookyNelly or the “flaming right wing anal orifice” is just icing on the cake of stupidity that the country is being fed.

    • rhymeswithgoalie Says:

      But I thought Trump hired all the best people!

      • dumboldguy Says:

        He does! Until they disagree with his insanity-stupidity in even the smallest way—-then they become the worst and he fires them. Aren’t you glad that we have such a stable genius in charge?

  2. redskylite Says:

    It’s going to take strong leadership, who listen to medical scientists, to see the back of this one.

    Health officials: Coronavirus spread to the US ‘inevitable’

    There are 53 confirmed cases in the US, and officials are calling on Congress to urgently pass billions of dollars on the response effort.

    President Donald Trump has said the situation is “well under control”.

    More than 2,700 people have died and some 80,000 have been taken ill, mostly in China where the virus originated.

    • redskylite Says:

      Doesn’t look like the onset of spring (in the Northern Hemisphere) will save new cases occurring.

      “Harvard epidemiologist Marc Lipsitch doesn’t think any weather changes will put a big dent in how the virus spreads. COVID-19 has now been documented around the world. If the virus is anything like a typical flu virus, it may worsen in Southern Hemisphere regions as the seasons change.

      To prevent contracting an illness from any virus, the World Health Organization recommends frequently washing your hands, avoiding close contact with those showing symptoms like coughing or sneezing, and seeking treatment if sick.

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