The first case of COVID-19 in America was reported 279 days ago on 1/21/2020.
Yesterday, on one day, October 27, 2020, the country reported 73,240 new confirmed Covid-19 cases and 985 Covid-19 deaths.
On October 27, 2020...
During those 279 days ...8.8 million Covid-19 cases and counting...227,000 Covid-19 deaths and counting. 279 days of an Idiot president sacrificing Americans for his re-election chances. Leadership you say?
Then, on October 28, 2020...
America is averaging 70,000 Coronavirus cases A DAY, which is a higher daily average than this summer when the pandemic was at its peak(?) in America!
In the meantime, dummy-in-chief continues to say, "We are making a turn. Coronavirus is going away." And there are those who will believe him at their and their family's physical peril. donald trump=Lying Deadly Lack of Leadership.
And then, on October 29, 2020...
America hit a record 88,000 new Coronavirus cases today, the most cases ever in the history of the pandemic. Unfortunately, Coronavirus deaths follow shortly after the cases. Bottom line, through his ineptness, through his callousness, through his ignorance, through his malfeasance, and through his nonfeasance, donald trump is an accessory to murder.
Republicants are a hypocritical mess. Prior to the pandemic and the cratering of America's leadership-challenged and integrity-challenged and America's accessory-to-deaths president, Republicants were singing the praises of said nitwit president. They talked how they would "work to continue president trump programs and the trump economy."
Now that they have internalized how people are turning out to vote for Joe Biden and against the incompetent one--2 for 1--Republicants are changing their "campaign tunes" and are now talking about how much they want to "cross the aisle" and work with Democrats For The People. ITS TOO LATE.
A hypocritical Republicant is nothing but a hypocritical Republicant, and THEY do not change. Like Rachel Maddow says, "Watch what they do, NOT what they say."
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Rodney. L. Hurst, Sr.