Good Tuesday morning.
Here is what’s on the president’s agenda today:
- The president participates in a Fox News Virtual Town Hall from the White House
Democrats shoehorn progressive garbage into bailout bill
After working together on another phase of a bailout for American businesses forcibly shuttered, the Democrats decided to trash their previous bi-partisan work and offer an obscene alternative littered with unrelated, liberal fantasy legislation. The new House bill considered by the Senate would:
eliminate debt held by the U.S. Postal Service, require same-day voter registration, pay off $10,000 in student debt per person, mandate that airlines reduce their overall carbon emissions by 50 percent by 2050, and force federal agencies to explain to Congress how they are increasing their usage of “minority banks.”
And, the legislation would provide for the automatic extension of nonimmigrant visas and restrict colleges from providing information about citizenship status. It would also allocate $35 million to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
LOLGF. Seriously. It’s ridiculous. Now the Senate is “working on” some sort of agreement but let me state right here and right now, there best not be any of this trash in whatever gets passed. The Senate and Trump should hold tight and Trump should come out and say he’s not signing anything that includes issues unrelated to the China Flu that the Democrats’ are shoving into it.
The Democrats are trying to shift the blame and are claiming they object to the GOP shortcomings but everything was fine and agreed upon until Rand got the WuFlu and had to quarantine and Senators Lee and Romney also went into quarantine which took way the GOPs vote majority in the Senate.
The Senate fight over the bill got nasty yesterday on the Senate floor which is unusual as the Senate isn’t as partisan as the House. Supposedly, the Senate will continue working on a deal but they must not be allowed to “restructure things to fit” the Democrats’ vision.
Corporate media cuts away from CHINA VIRUS briefing: CNN and MSNBC cut away from the task force briefing because…well you figure it out. Trump and Pence were there but so were were experts and task force members. Don’t they want to hear from those folks, after all, we keep hearing how important the experts are. I bet the task force briefings are boosting Trump’s approval numbers.
Never forget who the opposition is: Nancy Pelosi’s daughter tweeted out yesterday “Rand Paul’s neighbor was right,” referring to Paul’s deranged lefty neighbor who assaulted him and broke some of his ribs resulting in permanent damage.
Sleepy Joe Biden makes an appearance: He should lay low, what a disaster! Biden did a live stream that lasted a mere 15 minutes even though he is supposed to be doing some kind of shadow briefing to Trump’s daily taskforce presser. There was some kind of teleprompter malfunction during the Biden performance.
“And, in addition to that, in addition to that we have to make sure that we, we are in a position that we are, well met me go the second thing, I’ve spoken enough on that,” Biden said before going on to speak about the aggressive action he would like Trump to take under the Defense Production Act.
Fox News hosting virtual coronavirus town hall with President Trump, White House task force
LOL. Monmouth poll gives media lower job approval than Trump amid coronavirus crisis
White House press corps member has ‘suspected case’ of coronavirus, WHCA announces
California governor says state needs 50,000 more hospital beds
Trump’s fault—>Arizona man dies after taking chloroquine for coronavirus
FDA commissioner says anti-malarial drugs touted by Trump ‘might have some benefit,’ but more data needed
Tipping goes virtual as coronavirus decimates U.S. restaurant jobs
U.S. prison union official urges halt to inmate transfers due to coronavirus spread
U.S. clinical trials of possible coronavirus treatments to start in NY on Tuesday – Trump
Oregon police say man stole thousands of N95 masks
New Jersey attorney general says those who break ‘stay at home’ order could face jail time, fines up to $1,000
Trump signs executive order to prevent price gouging, hoarding of medical supplies
Twitter Says Chinese Spox’s Coronavirus Disinformation, Conspiracy Theories Don’t Violate Platform Policies
How a private security firm helped 144 stranded North Americans leave Honduras on a jet
House panel warns coronavirus could destroy Postal Service by June
Defense Secretary Esper is looking to dispatch a field hospital to NYC
Rand Paul, first senator with coronavirus, attended fundraiser with 3 others who tested positive
Billionaire Dan Gilbert gives free rent to small-business restaurants, retailers during coronavirus
Supreme Court affirms strict standard to prove race discrimination in contracting
IOC member says 2020 Tokyo Olympics will be postponed because of coronavirus pandemic
Where’s Fauci? Doctor’s absence is noticed at White House coronavirus briefing
Veteran-owned distillery making hand sanitizer during coronavirus pandemic: ‘We view this as our civic duty’
Jonathan Swan: Chinese envoy to US ‘disowned’ and ‘distanced himself’ from coronavirus conspiracy theory
South African President announces three-week lockdown over coronavirus
Florida governor mandates self-quarantine for travelers coming from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut
Trump predicts ‘this is going to be bad’ but vows to reopen America
Critical inhaler medication shortage looms as coronavirus cases soar
House Judiciary Committee postpones hearing with Barr amid coronavirus outbreak
Woody Allen’s Memoir Released By New Publisher After Backlash
Acting Director Of National Intelligence Taps First-Ever Woman To Lead National Counterterrorism Center
Court grapples with White House’s right to suspend press passes
Shareholder suit accuses Sen. Richard Burr of securities fraud
Ex-Bloomberg staffer sues campaign for allegedly refusing to pay overtime
Travelers get a break: Real ID deadline being pushed back due to the coronavirus
Instacart plans to hire 300,000 more workers as demand surges for grocery deliveries
PG&E to plead guilty to 85 counts in 2018 Camp Fire and pay victims $13.5 billion, court filings show
That’s all I’ve got, now go socially distance yourself from society!