CNN's Jake Tapper turns to musician Dave Matthews for a medical assessment of Trump rallies in the age of Covid-19

President Trump’s rallies continued today as huge crowds gathered with the election just days away, and CNN wanted to interview an expert on viral spread. Unfortunately, one wasn’t available, so Jake Tapper talked to Dave Matthews about it instead: CNN’s @jaketapper asks Dave Matthews to sound off on Trump holding rallies "where there is no masks, no distancing" pic.twitter.com/wF7nztDXVM — Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) October 29, 2020 That just OOZES “science”! Dr. Sean Penn wasn't available? — Real American (@RealAmerican78) October 29, 2020 Up next, Blues Traveler breaks down the CARES Act https://t.co/GVa3hXQAsK — Eli Lake (@EliLake) October 29, 2020 That would not surprise us. it's a peaceful protest. so, it's all good…. — defunctus (@defunctus) October 29, 2020 One of the N's stands for News, right? Hard to remember sometimes. — David Rice (@bfmva7xsp) October 29, 2020 The adult @jaketapper asking a musician about health issues As an adult does, of course https://t.co/m6NMLalJ8q — Branson Taylor (@Btaylor74) October 29, 2020 this is hell. this is what actual hell looks like. https://t.co/PacosOwWRi — tsar becket adams (@BecketAdams) October 29, 2020 Also, watching somebody on CNN complaining about a lack of truth without any pangs of irony is something else. Oh, and one more thing: Dave Matthews of “illegally dump 800 pounds of human excrement from tour bus into the Chicago river” fame would like to speak to the American people about public health. https://t.co/qTUcThpxUd — Grant M. Gallagher 🐼 (@gallagher_grant) October 29, 2020 Y'all remember when the DMB bus was caught dumping the sewer tank into the river? https://t.co/3ebg2teamH — Stranger Has The Best Candy (@lone_rides) October 29, 2020 Good times. recent stories

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Rob Reiner says President Trump's closing campaign strategy is to kill as many people as possible

A week ago, Rob Reiner, president of the Hollywood chapter of the Resistance, cheered as Barack Obama (finally) campaigned for Joe Biden. “And in comes the closer! President Barack Obama throwing heat,” he tweeted. But as many asked, shouldn’t Biden be the closer for his own campaign? Now Reiner is exposing President Trump’s closing campaign strategy: to hold as many super-spreader rallies as he can to kill as many people as possible. We’re not certain of the wisdom of killing off your own supporters in the run-up to an election, but there you have it. Trump’s closing strategy: Blanket the country with super spreader rallies and kill as many Americans as possible. — Rob Reiner (@robreiner) October 27, 2020 We guess Trump is counting on the virus to kill people, especially Biden voters, especially quickly, seeing as it takes a while for the symptoms to manifest and Election Day is only a week away. Reiner’s followers understand his logic, though: It's so obvious — CraveBluWave (@joeybazzell) October 27, 2020 That appears to be the intention. — Meagan Meehan (@MeaganResists) October 27, 2020 That is exactly correct IMHO — susariffic (@susa50255324) October 27, 2020 So it seems. — Voteforyourlife! (@PluffMudDog) October 27, 2020 Looks like it — Joan McMullen (@mcmullje10) October 27, 2020 I really believe this. — Paranoid Freak (@ParanoidFreek) October 27, 2020 It’s working — Rick Franzblau (@rick_franzblau) October 27, 2020 Seems like it to me. — Whointhe? (@billiebdamned) October 27, 2020 I really wish this wasn't true💔 — Cyndi Borowski (You Better Vote!) (@BorowskiCyndi) October 27, 2020 Sounds legit — MsDonnellyReads (@DonnellyReads) October 27, 2020 This I believe. — Sharon S Ford (@s_ford1) October 27, 2020 Exactly what I thought — Christi🌊💟❤️4AllAnimals & Always🐝Kind (@christi6112) October 27, 2020 That is so scary to think of it that way but so so true — heytiso (@heytiso) October 27, 2020 That’s what I’m thinking. Not kidding. — Jay Dee (@oceansfourlife) October 27, 2020 I know you're somewhat kidding, but consider this: The more people are afraid of COVID, the lower the turnout and the more it helps him. Super-spreading increases fear of the virus. He absolutely is super-spreading because the effects favor him. — MemeWrangler (@BasketHerder) October 27, 2020 We don’t believe Reiner is “somewhat kidding” at all. Have you been following his account? He’s tweeted that Trump “has essentially shot and killed 100s of thousands” and he can’t wait to “arrest the killer” on Election Day. Psychopaths feed on death — Rick D Courier (@Draisnumber2R) October 27, 2020 One more week to see if I change citizenship. — oneoldvet (@bronxboy46) October 27, 2020 Can you imagine the cakewalk Trump’s reelection would be if the Chinese hadn’t sent their virus over here and the economy were up and running at full speed? Related: Gettsyburg historian Rob Reiner has some great ideas for how Donald Trump can contract COVID19 https://t.co/ndWRdSetGU — Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) August 11, 2020 recent stories

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'Indictments are sure to follow': NBC/MSNBC legal analyst is as confident as ever that Donald Trump can be charged with manslaughter

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CNN says Amy Coney Barrett's swearing-in 'another potential superspreader event,' MSNBC reminds us thousands are dying

First, we can’t confirm this screenshot, but we have no reason to believe it isn’t real. Apparently during Chris Hayes’ show, after Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed, MSNBC noted that conservatives were celebrating while thousands died of the coronavirus: Actual chyron on MSNBC right now pic.twitter.com/sx394dKPE5 — Quoth the Raven (@QTRResearch) October 27, 2020 Man eats meal as thousands go hungry in Venezuela — 52 Week Low (@fiftytwoweeklow) October 27, 2020 They actually think this helps their cause. — Mike Hunt (@akaJianYang) October 27, 2020 CNN, which only seems centrist if you compare it to MSNBC, also had a similar hot take, noting that Barrett’s swearing-in ceremony at the White House could be another super-spreader event: This CNN chyron isn't news. It's vile, poisonous propaganda. They're not a news organization. Do they have any definitive proof it'll happen? No, but they don't care. pic.twitter.com/6GGi6ZLhCT — Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) October 27, 2020 Is this real? — Hold (@Holdrobot) October 27, 2020 It’s like a cartoon now — Lindsey A Wood (@Lindseyawood) October 27, 2020 CNN would be a "potential superspreader event" if they only had enough viewers to qualify. — Heimish Conservative (@HeimishCon) October 27, 2020 @CNN can no longer be taken seriously. — Randy Bensley (@RandyBensleyPGA) October 27, 2020 So much journalisming. — CapsNut (@Caps_Nut) October 27, 2020 @CNN is a joke. — Jwash (@JawayonW) October 27, 2020 That can't be real. Is that real? It can't be. No one could be so bitter at such a momentous moment. — Stephen Smith (@_Destino84_) October 27, 2020 pic.twitter.com/AzuAZRTS6r — Reading (@Reading95515883) October 27, 2020 As soon as Trump started speaking, CNN cut it off lmao — Sebastian Lazcano (@other_sebastian) October 27, 2020 Good thing we don’t need CNN: "This is a momentous day for America, for the United States Constitution, and for the fair and impartial rule of law." pic.twitter.com/njWaXWjGhp — The White House (@WhiteHouse) October 27, 2020 I wonder if there are protests tonight will that be considered a “super spreader” event @cnn — “The Big Guy” (@RPJ1975) October 27, 2020 Can you contract COVID-19 if you’re protesting outside the Supreme Court dressed in a handmaid’s outfit? * * * Update: It’s wasn’t even just a chyron on MSNBC — it was a story: UNHINGED: MSNBC's @chrislhayes claims Judge Barrett's confirmation "led to the deaths of probably 100,000 Americans" pic.twitter.com/iyKB5OIkE3 — Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) October 27, 2020 Related: ‘It’s not news, it’s CNN’: Richard Grenell calls CNN’s COVID coverage out once and for ALL and it’s a GLORIOUS thing https://t.co/8WnZokxjK1 — Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 27, 2020 recent stories

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Washington Post editor: Claim that teachers appear disproportionally in COVID-19 obituaries was clearly 'subjective'

We all know how teachers (the unionized ones, at least) felt about going back to the classroom in the fall. In New York City, teachers marched with prop caskets in tow to protest a return to in-person schooling. Teachers in Iowa wrote their own obituaries and sent them to the governor. “I feel like a sacrificial lamb,” wrote one teacher to NBC News. More than 650 teachers called in sick in Idaho’s largest school district. So, are teachers essential workers like “some black woman” who restocks the grocery shelves for Joe Biden? Or not? Corey DeAngelis, director of school choice for the Reason Foundation, reports Monday that he finally got a response to his request for a correction in the Washington Post. No, WaPo isn’t issuing a correction for claiming that teachers are appearing in disproportionate numbers of COVID-19 obituaries. 15 days later, Washington Post just responded to my request for a correction. They do not agree that claiming teachers are disproportionately represented in COVID-19 obituaries (without any evidence) warrants a correction. — Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) October 26, 2020 It was clearly the writer’s subjective interpretation; wasn’t that obvious? The editor claims that this sentence "makes clear that this is his subjective interpretation based in his own reading of obituaries, not a representation of scientific research." Wow. pic.twitter.com/uDu7fyrcta — Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) October 26, 2020 The Washington Post editor's full response: pic.twitter.com/EI8aIHeuNp — Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) October 26, 2020 “Dana’s full sentence …” Oh man, is this Dana Milbank? Explains a lot. Interesting. Numbers themselves are now open to "subjective" interpretation. Not the analysis of numbers and the meaning that results. The numbers themselves laid bare are subjective. That's a hot take on arithmetic! — Derek James From (@derekjamesfrom) October 26, 2020 Your tweet has a disproportionate number of "j"s in it. At least that's the pattern I'm seeing. — thom (@thomroethke) October 26, 2020 Amazing – not too long ago the WaPo was a paper that even if one disagreed with the editorial page could be counted on for some real journalism..that’s done. — BMF (@Lafcurve) October 26, 2020 Could have sworn Twitter said they would label misinformation as such. 😒 — BloodSpite (@BloodSpite) October 26, 2020 Horrendous. — Calmer than you are (@1100RS) October 26, 2020 Check out this clever trick: The link in “obituaries” goes to this author’s prior article, includes obit-like accounts of 6 [cherry-picked?] Covid victims—4 are teachers. So in referencing HIS OWN article where he decided to list 4 teachers who have died recently vs 2 non-teachers, it is disproportionate. — Spen Cer (@SpenThom) October 26, 2020 The statement in the article is that teachers are showing up in obituaries disproportionately. Not that they’re dying disproportionately. So much wiggle room he’s created plus linking his own article. As @michaelmalice says, corporate press is factual but not truthful — Spen Cer (@SpenThom) October 26, 2020 They could’ve saved time and just sent you a gif. pic.twitter.com/hyx0ssgyFO — Dan Cotter (@TheDanCotter) October 26, 2020 Seriously; where in that sentence does it suggest that the numbers of teachers appearing in COVID-19 obituaries aren’t from some study but are just the writer’s “subjective interpretation”? The fact that we wrote that it’s “striking”? Really? Related: No way: Analysis shows school closings linked to teachers unions and politics, not safety https://t.co/1KnpWcdIME — Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) August 19, 2020 recent stories

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'We have a list': NYC inspectors target non-operational Orthodox Jewish schools in 'shocking and chilling' footage [video]

Operation Sniff Out the Dirty Jews is continuing apace in New York City: Inspectors writing summonses for schools that are not operational, and then are upset that they’re being recorded. Unreal. pic.twitter.com/GETyEL00SX — David Shor (@DYShor) October 26, 2020 Part 2: pic.twitter.com/7mkn5SxHd8 — David Shor (@DYShor) October 26, 2020 OUTRAGE: @nycgov targets EMPTY #Yeshivas. Inspector: Obviously there's NOBODY here… School: So why are you writing a summons? Inspector: Because we have A LIST… pic.twitter.com/ADh4IfDPBh — Rabbi Yisroel Kahan (@ykahan) October 26, 2020 In the words of the inspector: they have a list of schools to issue summonses. They made ZERO attempt to confirm if the school was closed before writing the summons. (It WAS closed) This keeps happening-it’s not an isolated incident. Orthodox Jews continue to be targeted in NY. pic.twitter.com/Mm6qgwFAhN — Councilman Deutsch (@ChaimDeutsch) October 26, 2020 Sickening. Unbelievable! NY state inspectors admit on camera that the @NYGovCuomo administration gave them a list of Jewish schools they need to give summonses to regardless of compliance with the State’s COVID-19 red zone regulations! The school is empty, they wrote a summons anyway. https://t.co/Db4Zb2eG7D — Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) October 26, 2020 “WE HAVE A LIST”A list of Jewish schools we need to go after.Shocking and chilling words. https://t.co/ivX1PR6Z0V — Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) October 26, 2020 “We have a list.” Gee that’s sounds familiar. — betty 🎃 (@livinlov) October 26, 2020 Ah. We've apparently reached the "state officials carrying around lists of Jews" part of our story. https://t.co/CktAyUXCih — Omri Ceren (@omriceren) October 26, 2020 Amazing that government officials have found the time to do this middle of a pandemic when nothing could be done mere months ago when physical attacks against Jews were daily. https://t.co/xbQEthLmiT — Bethany S. Mandel (@bethanyshondark) October 26, 2020 It really is amazing, isn’t it? It's OK only right-wing antisemitism counts. https://t.co/5lopT1tmgC — Nathan Wurtzel is a silly name, but it's mine (@NathanWurtzel) October 26, 2020 Bill de Blasio and Andrew Cuomo are just going to keep doing this and they’ll keep getting away with it because when the sh*t hits the fan, it’s always OK to blame the Jews. But like seriously…at what point do we do something about DeBlasio and Cuomo? This stuff is happening every day now. https://t.co/uXzZw8eqRY — The Partyman (@PartymanRandy) October 26, 2020 It’s happening with their blessings. Cuomo talking about Jews and COVID, quote unquote: "Maybe money works… if a yeshiva gets closed down, and they’re not going to get state funding, you will see compliance." https://t.co/bnXmghW7ze — Omri Ceren (@omriceren) October 25, 2020 The entire quote is even worse. https://t.co/xi7fGpp7Qm pic.twitter.com/nMSsLJXh6j — Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) October 25, 2020 A lot of Jewish groups which go out of their way to criticize what they say are implicit & subtle anti-Semitic tropes in normal statements by Republicans are oddly quiet about New York's leftwing governor ranting about Jews, disease, and money. https://t.co/wvLF4Z26zy — Omri Ceren (@omriceren) October 25, 2020 New York is headed down the most slippery of slippery slopes. WTF is @NYGovCuomo doing? I mean, if this isn't govt targeted bigotry and First Amendment violation…what is? https://t.co/WZPH4qmXKd — Pradheep J. Shanker (@Neoavatara) October 26, 2020 'why are you here at this empty Jewish school looking for hiders?' 'because we have a list,' says the badge. New York City 2020, ladies and gentlemen! — Seth Mandel (@SethAMandel) October 26, 2020 recent stories

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Wow: Black Lives Matter protests are OK, but watch this cop harass Jews in a private residence

It’s no secret at this point that New York has it out for the Jewish population. You can have thousands of people at a Black Lives Matter protest because “racism is a health issue,” but you can’t have a classroom of kids or an open-air playground in a Jewish community that isn’t welded shut. We back the blue, but this video from New York got our pulse racing. On the basis of an alleged parking violation (or noise complaint, we’re not certain which), police escalate things when they find 10 people in a house. Police officers enter PRIVATE HOMES to find Jewish gatherings in Monsey, New York: “We came because we had a vehicle parking complaint. Then I look up and I see you have over 10 people in a crowd!” pic.twitter.com/hXsXpuKJeG — SV News 🚨 (@SVNewsAlerts) October 23, 2020 Police in New York are now entering PRIVATE residential property to crackdown on Jewish gatherings. Listen to the officer explain it's a "problem" that he found 10 people in the house. This is truly Orwellian. Resist this tyranny.pic.twitter.com/uojq8XQsjy — Young Americans for Liberty (@YALiberty) October 23, 2020 This is one of the most disturbing things I’ve ever seen https://t.co/b8Gbf4Fkny — Bethany S. Mandel (@bethanyshondark) October 24, 2020 Worth another retweet. Horrifying. https://t.co/NHgTID6oqp — Mommy Esq (@Catatonic11) October 25, 2020 That’s not policing — MikeySansLOL (@MikeySansLOL) October 24, 2020 And so it begins… — TheMarquisMark (@TheMarquisMark) October 23, 2020 Oh my God, not ten people in a crowd!!! — JoggingWithBurritos (@JoggingBurrito) October 23, 2020 This is crossing the line.🤦🏾 — desire_xoxoxo (@Desire_xoxoxo) October 23, 2020 I'm speechless — Wendy O (Watch CoinHQ.tv) (@CryptoWendyO) October 24, 2020 Oh no! 10 people how could they… — Mark Moss (@1MarkMoss) October 24, 2020 Ohhhh I can’t wait until Cuomo and DeBlasio get theirs. Gonna be epic 🤬 — Tony 🇺🇸✨🦅 (@GymguyT) October 23, 2020 Wonder where we've seen this before. #ItsNotAboutTheVirus — JohnJam (@_JohnJam_) October 24, 2020 Totally unacceptable behavior in this country under any circumstances – PERIOD. — Michael Frost (@FrostyPastor) October 23, 2020 @NYGovCuomo @BilldeBlasio The world is watching. Our memories stretch long. Stop violating our Constitutional Rights. We came here to escape sovereignty. We are a nation of the people, not of kings. — lilolme🌸Shiloh (@lilolme51689807) October 24, 2020 This is PERSECUTION. — Lilly VonSchtp (@LilyVonSchtp) October 23, 2020 They just keep escalating and escalating the madness!! — Leslie (@lesliebartley) October 23, 2020 Where in the Constitution is this? — Kooky Canuck (@kookycanuck) October 24, 2020 With all the vile criminality witnessed and overlooked these past months, watching this is pretty tough to take. — BridgetAlgeoLetukas (@bigplay_mom) October 24, 2020 It’s a peaceful protest! — Scott Stroud (@S_Stroud8) October 24, 2020 @tolmanbrett what are their rights here? How is this even legal? — AEKouri (@AEKouri) October 24, 2020 They must have a warrant to search or seize. If there is exigent circumstances they can enter a dwelling to save a life who is in imminent danger. This doesn’t qualify as exigency. — Brett L. Tolman (@tolmanbrett) October 24, 2020 Good police officers use discretion in knowing when to enforce laws and when not to. That’s even more important when they’re asked to enforce laws handed down by dictators without the input of the legislature or the people who elect them. #antisemitism has no place here. — Michael Osterman (@mosterman) October 24, 2020 This is insane! — Mario Pires (@MarioP28304528) October 24, 2020 No. Just no. This is 100% unacceptable. 100%. — Dave Dubois 🇺🇸 (@DaveADubois) October 24, 2020 I have yet to hear of a bad outbreak of COVID in the NY Jewish community with people dying in droves. But I keep hearing and seeing mass targeting of the Jewish community and no one else. Anyone who doesn't think this is deliberate isn't paying attention. — Mysty Stewart (@PlayMsT4Me) October 24, 2020 Note: One person claimed that the officer’s badge indicated this was New Jersey, not that that makes it any better. Related: Mayor de Blasio threatens the Jewish vigilantes who took 'the law into their own hands' and opened a playground  https://t.co/wXq29FimIn — Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 16, 2020 recent stories

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'EXACTLY!' Brit Hume has noticed what the media tends to avoid in their Covid-19 coverage (guess why)

It’s no secret that a sizable segment of the media relishes in helping Democrats spread panic about the coronavirus outbreak, and Brit Hume has pointed out what tends to go unmentioned in so much coverage (guess why): Too much of Covid 19 news coverage is focused on “cases,” but provides too little information on how sick those infected are. Too little also about hospitalizations and deaths. Also too little about the ages of those testing positive. https://t.co/pcLqWuwBpA — Brit Hume (@brithume) October 24, 2020 Gee, why would the media not want to present the full picture? (Cue eye roll) This virus has become a political warfare tool by the Democrats.Enough. — Lillian H. Mueller (@lill_the_swiss) October 24, 2020 Yes! This is the problem! Media goes on with their fearmongering, and never have to talk about hospitalizations. It's always "cases". How many people are actually deathly ill from it? https://t.co/ioavVjqQiz — Heidi (@heidiponyrider) October 24, 2020 EXACTLY! https://t.co/HsEfFn5ulN — Sissy Willis (@SissyWillis) October 24, 2020 This is by design. The goal is to instill fear not to provide a realistic understanding of risk. https://t.co/ZKvHsTP94n — Matt Rinaldi (@MattRinaldiTX) October 24, 2020 And the media makes that increasingly clear each and every day. recent stories

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Hope and change: Joe Biden warns that we're headed into a 'dark winter'

Once again at Thursday night’s debate, Joe Biden laid every American coronavirus death at the feet of President Trump. However, his claim that Trump has no plan to deal with COVID-19 sort of fell flat following, well, Trump’s plan. Biden obviously isn’t the “hope” candidate that his former boss used to be, telling us that we’re all headed into a “dark winter.” Vote for Joe! It will be a dark winter! No hope! #Debates2020 pic.twitter.com/2bKjkIbMpJ — Heather Champion ™️ (@winningatmylife) October 23, 2020 A dark winter….sounds ominous. Biden: BE AFRAID!!!!! — Melissa Mackenzie (@MelissaTweets) October 23, 2020 Joe Biden is such a dip. He's promising a "Dark Winter." This man does not instill hope or courage. — Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) October 23, 2020 "We're about to go into a dark winter." Biden sure is the candidate of optimism. — I did not and will not vote for him. Calm down. (@jtLOL) October 23, 2020 Trump offering optimism and solutions to Wuhan coronavirus. Biden says it's going to be a "dark winter." — Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) October 23, 2020 I know it's a reflection of their campaign theme, too, but Trump is very hopeful and optimistic about ability of Americans to conquer Coronavirus and Biden predicts a "dark winter" of discontent and horror. — Mollie (@MZHemingway) October 23, 2020 Interesting word choice by Biden, as he emphasizes “Dark Winter.”https://t.co/Ohzhp9IHPK pic.twitter.com/smMOjncucW — Jim Geraghty (@jimgeraghty) October 23, 2020 I found it curious that Joe Biden referred to "Dark Winter." Operation Dark Winter is the code name for a senior-level bioterrorist attack simulation conducted in 2001. It was designed to carry out a mock version of a covert and widespread smallpox attack on the US. — Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) October 23, 2020 Operation Dark Winter is also the basis of the storyline in Tom Clancy's The Division. A political and military coup by the Deep State following the outbreak of a deadly pandemic that ravages the United States. — Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) October 23, 2020 He meant dark basement but got confused — L Wright (@lennywright) October 23, 2020 recent stories

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Why doesn't Twitter pop up a warning about this deceptive tweet from the Washington Post?

As Twitchy reported, Twitter said it’s introducing some “friction” into the retweeting process to help slow the spread of disinformation on the platform. When users click the Retweet button, a quote tweet box pops up, giving them a moment’s pause to decide if they really want to retweet that story or add some important context. Curiously, this was implemented after the New York Times editorial board suggested social media platforms like Twitter “introduce friction into the algorithms” to keep fake news, like an election night Trump victory, from spreading. Today, you might have noticed even more friction from Twitter; sometimes, when retweeting, you’ll see a message reading, “Want to read the article first?” and then another warning, “Headlines don’t tell the full story.” They really want to discourage people from retweeting. This should disturb every American.@Twitter has placed a headline warning label on this @WSJ article about the inspiring @kimKBaltimore. The headline? “A Black Lives Matter Republican”. Twitter is censoring black women for not being Democrats. Fix. This. Now. https://t.co/yZSWbOPvgi pic.twitter.com/bxtm0BARMA — David Steinberg (@realDSteinberg) October 21, 2020 So if headlines don’t tell the whole story, how is the Washington Post getting away with this tweet: Weird. Twitter did not do the “headlines don’t tell the full story” thing on this one, even though the WaPo headline here is truly misleading. The volunteer received the placebo. pic.twitter.com/PPz9tgE4Np — Chuck Ross (@ChuckRossDC) October 21, 2020 The volunteer was in the control group and did not take the vaccine. Not including that in the tweet is reckless clickbait and the Washington Post knows this and has left it up anyway. https://t.co/6g3kASTf6P — Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher) October 21, 2020 Honestly don't understand Twitter's rules. if they are going to police tweets for dangerous misinformation, how can they possibly allow WaPo to leave this tweet up? https://t.co/thJCA6oo8q — (((AG))) (@AGHamilton29) October 21, 2020 The volunteer was in the control group. They did not receive the vaccine. The headline gives the impression that their death was related to being part of the trial, which thus dangerous undermines faith in the vaccine. — (((AG))) (@AGHamilton29) October 21, 2020 As I keep saying – Twitter giving things official misinformation labels grants de-facto authentication to anything that *doesn't* have that label, so unless their system is always working at 100% efficiency, it's actively spreading misinformation just by existing. https://t.co/5NrHKFAN2Y — Noam Blum (@neontaster) October 21, 2020 Literally the most irresponsible way you could possibly cover this story @washingtonpost pic.twitter.com/Tbo72TkAu1 — Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) October 21, 2020 Yep. Related: Twitter ‘introducing some friction into the process’ of retweeting until ‘at least’ the end of election week https://t.co/SgLwk0VB0Q — Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 20, 2020 recent stories

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WHOOPS! Hillary Clinton's tweet about Americans 'pushed' into poverty during pandemic accidentally shoves some Dems & China off a cliff

Many Democrats who claim President Trump didn’t do nearly enough to shut the country down at the outset of the coronavirus pandemic are now trying to blame him for the huge economic fallout. Here’s Hillary Clinton’s contribution to that effort: They didn't slip. They were pushed. https://t.co/IaPPBJrxpo — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 21, 2020 Um, yeah, there are a couple things the two-time failed presidential candidate intentionally left out of that tweet in order to take a not-so-veiled swipe at Trump: By China… — Reaganette (@Ezinger44) October 21, 2020 And also… By Democrats. — Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) October 21, 2020 Democrats have some kind of gall to blame Trump for the economic hit the U.S. took. By democrat governors playing politics. — AmErican #FreeGrouchy#FreeLu#freeLizzy#FreeAmy!!!! (@Flipper628) October 21, 2020 ….by Democrats. There are ten states in America that currently have double-digit unemployment, and all of them have Democrat governors. — thebradfordfile™ (@thebradfordfile) October 21, 2020 By Democrat enforced lockdowns they insisted on. @AOC even has a tweet out there tying the lockdowns to economic ruin and improving chances of defeating @realDonaldTrump, commiting that the pain of economic dispare would be worth it. https://t.co/CafHDFU4BK — hypervista (@hypervista) October 21, 2020 Weird for Hillary to call out Cuomo, Whitmer, and Newsom like this. https://t.co/NUXgaxRpSi — Whatever (@DRussell76) October 21, 2020 Right? Nice try though, Hillary! recent stories

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D.C. cancels the 2021 Cherry Blossom Festival Parade over coronavirus fears

You can’t make this s*it up: The 2021 National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade has already been canceled due to the coronavirus, the festival announced. https://t.co/q850LdMX8o — NBCWashington (@nbcwashington) October 20, 2020 Thousands of protesters can come to D.C., but this gets canceled? This was the “women’s March” yesterday but tens of thousands of churches are still closed across America pic.twitter.com/8dP5JqWvUe — Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) October 18, 2020 Trending Watch: British MP pushes back against both critical race theory and Black Lives Matter New York Post posts photo of Joe Biden meeting with Hunter's alleged business partner from Kazakhstan Maybe you can look at the trees in a big group if you’re in costume? NEW: Washington flooded with Women's March protesters ahead of Barrett confirmation vote https://t.co/7f4ctcE0nR pic.twitter.com/DpBlqfGsbm — The Hill (@thehill) October 18, 2020 “Hilarious” isn’t really the word we’re looking for here: DC is hilarious https://t.co/XtSTdmRv5B — Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) October 21, 2020 *** Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Tags: Cherry Blossom Festivalcoronavirus recent stories US News D.C. cancels the 2021 Cherry Blossom Festival Parade over coronavirus fears US News New York Post posts photo of Joe Biden meeting with Hunter’s alleged business partner from Kazakhstan US News President Trump suggests he might post his ’60 Minutes’ interview before it airs to give a glimpse of what a biased interview is all about Show Comments Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.

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'Fire them all'! What the Fairfax Education Association in Virginia wants to do to students effectively amounts to 'hostage-taking'

We’re not being sarcastic when we ask this question: Won’t someone please think of the children? Seriously, what’s happening in Fairfax County, Virginia, is insane: The Fairfax County teacher’s union wants all public schools closed at least until August 2021. @FCPSSupt pic.twitter.com/CuLCXRCGOV — Rory Cooper (@rorycooper) October 20, 2020 The Fairfax Education Association calls itself “the voice of Fairfax County Public Schools professionals” and is affiliated with the Virginia Education Association (VEA) and National Education Association (NEA), both of which are teachers unions. Here is their tweet promoting the petition:https://t.co/mXxfCwrtgo — Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) October 20, 2020 Tell #FCPS to keep EVERYONE safe. It is time to draw the line and stay virtual. Sign the petition at:https://t.co/DYOFK9PUNW — Fairfax Edu Assoc (@FEA_Fairfax) September 30, 2020 It’s time to draw the line, all right. Because what the FEA is demanding is straight-up outrageous. Crazy — Liam Donovan (@LPDonovan) October 20, 2020 Ho-Lee *&^%$! https://t.co/b4K9w7rZ9E — Nathan Wurtzel is a silly name, but it's mine (@NathanWurtzel) October 20, 2020 Abuse https://t.co/MMpxbyq99N — Seth Mandel (@SethAMandel) October 20, 2020 Anti-science, anti-child, insane https://t.co/mWcAYh5DBD — Guy Benson (@guypbenson) October 20, 2020 As the science becomes more and more clear that schools are not vectors of spread, teacher's unions dig in. This is a scandal. https://t.co/H0ZwCONbM9 — Philip Klein (@philipaklein) October 20, 2020 Fire them all. This is hostage-taking. https://t.co/jdQFnzAZL0 — Noah Pollak (@NoahPollak) October 20, 2020 Citizens of Fairfax:This is garbage and cannot stand. https://t.co/uNaZVXfpbO — Schültzie (@muffnbear) October 20, 2020 It should not stand. Forever. Why go to work if you can get paid not to? https://t.co/FHDcrzNC1A — Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) October 20, 2020 Where does it end? Forever. Why go to work if you can get paid not to? https://t.co/FHDcrzNC1A — Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) October 20, 2020 Give them an inch, and they’ll take a million miles. Lots of good teachers out there, but I hope the lazy ones and union stooges enjoy their year off, I guess. — Nathan Wurtzel is a silly name, but it's mine (@NathanWurtzel) October 20, 2020 No, 4 half-days a week teaching remotely isn't busting it. Sorry. I'm sure it's challenging, etc. All that. But this lame effort isn't what families struggle to pay their property taxes for. — Nathan Wurtzel is a silly name, but it's mine (@NathanWurtzel) October 20, 2020 At this point, there’s only one thing that should be done: Fire them all and return the money to the parents. https://t.co/YCfGiHYahj — Karol Markowicz (@karol) October 20, 2020 Fine. But return the $20k per kid to families instead of holding them hostage. https://t.co/aFF8T21hcj — Inez Stepman ⚪️🔴⚪️ (@InezFeltscher) October 20, 2020 $20K per year per student. That's what taxpayers are paying for these Zoom calls. No schools, no funding. Return that money to the people from whom it was taken! — Donovan Robert (@DonovanDJames) October 20, 2020 No work, no pay. — Sean Agnew (@seanagnew) October 20, 2020 recent stories

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'Fire all of them': More than 650 teachers called in sick Monday in Idaho's largest public school district

Corey A. DeAngelis, director of school choice at the Reason Foundation, reports Monday that more than 500 teachers will take place in a “sick-out” Tuesday at the West Ada School District in Idaho, meaning that classes will be canceled for the second day in a row. KTVB reports: Classes were canceled on Monday after 652 teachers called in sick, leaving the district with far too few substitutes to fill in the gaps. The planned “sick-outs” came after the West Ada School Board voted to allow students to return to in-person classes on alternating days starting Monday, despite Ada County being in the “red” category. Multiple teachers at the meeting expressed concern that safety measures put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19 were inadequate or would not be followed in an in-person learning setting. The largest school district in Idaho didn't open in person today because of a teacher "sick out" The district just informed families that schools won't open tomorrow either because over 500 teachers already called in sick. — Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) October 19, 2020 This uneven power dynamic is the main problem with K-12 education We should fund students instead of institutions. — Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) October 19, 2020 If a grocery store doesn't reopen families can take their money elsewhere If a school doesn't reopen families should similarly be able to take their children's education dollars elsewhere. — Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) October 19, 2020 Every one of them should be fired. Every single one. — ThePaperclipMaximizer (@DeepInTropics) October 19, 2020 They deserve the Ronald Reagan-Air Traffic Controllers treatment — EMUProf (@EmuProf) October 19, 2020 Candidly I'm more interested in the number of pink slips that are handed out — Jimmy D (@dmajik_dfm) October 19, 2020 I would just let the teachers use up all their sick time. — Eightisenough (@bayareagirl2012) October 19, 2020 Exactly. Bring in subs who want to teach, and start charging the teachers PTO. — Bill D. Newberry (@wdnewberry) October 19, 2020 Time to fire a whole bunch of teachers. Approximately 500. — Robbie Clark (@f1xxxar) October 19, 2020 Enough is enough. How much longer are we going to accept this manufactured “crisis”?? We gave them 15 days and they took our lives. — Beatrice Cardenas (@RealBetyCardens) October 19, 2020 These teachers have been in grocery stores, Targets, Home Depots, and multiple other places outside their homes for months. This is nonsense. — NH (@TwoQuoque) October 19, 2020 Fire all of them and return the money to the parents. https://t.co/ENS6cApM5V — Karol Markowicz (@karol) October 19, 2020 Yep. Every single one. — Harold Stickeehans (@StickeeNotes) October 19, 2020 It’s bad enough they have been given this much power to negatively affect the lives of so many, but it’s even worse they seemingly have no problem using that power, perhaps even relishing in it. — Alberto de la Cruz (@albertodelacruz) October 19, 2020 I’m a teacher, and I couldn’t agree more. Fire them! Do your damn jobs! — 🇺🇸 MetsGrouch 🇺🇸 (@MetsGrouch) October 19, 2020 Why isn't this on the table? Why wouldn't parents deserve a stipend when constitutionally protected public services fail to deliver? — Kristin from Brooklyn (@kristinbrooklyn) October 19, 2020 You know what prevents this? Being a right to work state like Michigan where the unions no longer have the control they once did — mom mommy mom mom mommy (@V5mommy) October 19, 2020 I hope they can prove their illnesses. Otherwise, don't pay them and fire them for malfeasance. — David Willford (@Dave_Willford) October 19, 2020 Everyone should be talking about how much this hurts the kids – from Kindergarten on up to college-They are all missing out on learning – all learning less – some drastically less First graders got half of last year and 2 days a week of this year? How does that bode for a child — SeeJaneVote (@janiedelaney) October 19, 2020 I’m jealous of anyone who is getting 2 days a week — EMUProf (@EmuProf) October 19, 2020 Someone should tell them to listen to the data scientists. https://t.co/7Jih99m9lc — Isaiah Leslie (@Isaiah_Leslie) October 19, 2020 Walmart workers show up every day for a lot less money. — Craig Zimmerman (@craigzimmerman6) October 19, 2020 They probably all have signs in their yards and hearts in their windows praising essential workers, but when it came time for them – arguably the most essential – they instead call out sick. — T is for Tyrant (@Cap2vator) October 19, 2020 Silver lining. Home school and never send your child to gubmint indoctrination centers again. — BRMac (@BRMac6) October 19, 2020 Refund property taxes now. — ImportantOpinonsIPost (@ShitpostinMa) October 19, 2020 Teachers need to decide if they’re essential workers or not. Related: No way: Analysis shows school closings linked to teachers unions and politics, not safety https://t.co/1KnpWcdIME — Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) August 19, 2020 recent stories

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Poor guy! Andrew Cuomo says he had to shut down NY's economy after being 'ambushed' by Trump calling COVID19 'China virus' [video]

Andrew Cuomo is making the media rounds, thanks to the MSM actually thinking he’s got moral and scientific legs to stand on when it comes to the COVID19 pandemic. In addition to telling George Stephanopoulos that Americans should be skeptical of any potential COVID19 vaccine developed while Donald Trump is president, he also told MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle that Donald Trump is to blame for New York’s economy tanking: Gov. @andrewcuomo blames the term "China virus" for the restrictions he's imposed on New York that have devastated the state's economy pic.twitter.com/4iR2yBpaqk — Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) October 19, 2020 The virus originated in China but ackshually it’s the “European virus” and Donald Trump calling it the “China virus” was an ambush that directly led to Andrew Cuomo having to shut down New York’s economy (and send elderly nursing home patients to their deaths from COVID19). What in the world is this guy talking about? — Chasing Steam (@ChasingSteam) October 19, 2020 Donald Trump is simultaneously the most incompetent POTUS ever and the evilest genius the world has ever seen. Whatever dirtbags like Andrew Cuomo need him to be to suit their current narrative. What an as*hole… — SisterSara (@SisterSaraAnn) October 19, 2020 recent stories

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We the government? WaPo, Dems blast GOP governors for promoting 'personal responsibility' to combat coronavirus

While there are some measures that government entities can take to help slow the spread of a pandemic, there is a limit to what they can do. At some point, personal responsibility becomes the order of the day. As coronavirus cases rise, red-state governors resist measures to slow the spread, preach "personal responsibility" https://t.co/wyxuoYFT2U — The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 18, 2020 North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum says it’s “not a job for government”: To weather it, he said at a news conference last week, people would need to keep their distance, wear masks and avoid gatherings. But the one thing North Dakota did not need were legal limits on reckless behavior. Whether the Left likes it or not, personal responsibility is ultimately where society begins and ends. There is (thankfully) no government that can do everything. "Yet even as health authorities in small cities and rural towns plead for help in tamping down deadly outbreaks, many Republican governors are resisting new measures to stop the spread. Some are even loosening rules already on the books." https://t.co/eYUTUOn55r — Democratic Governors (@DemGovs) October 18, 2020 “We the people” can’t really work unless there is some level of trust. Instead, they preach the mantra of “personal responsibility,” insisting that government interventions such as mask mandates or business restrictions are either unnecessary or harmful, and that people should be trusted to make their own decisions about how to keep themselves — and each other — healthy. Please take care of yourself and those around you❤Thanks! https://t.co/B2iAhseyg7 — E.A.Alizadeh (@Ejazalizadeh1) October 18, 2020 Democrats have long championed the idea of collectivism when approaching issues. What’s more collective than having people take responsibility for themselves and others? It stands in sharp contrast to a few bureaucrats attempting to solve problems through more rules and regulations. *** recent stories

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Are the media/Dem 'super spreader' scolds aware of what's taking place in DC right now?

There’s a large Women’s March taking place in Washington, DC today, as well as in other U.S. cities. Here’s one video showing the size of the crowd: Thousands are now marching in DC for the #WomensMarch pic.twitter.com/btdMnFhbYo — Shelby Talcott (@ShelbyTalcott) October 17, 2020 So far the people who are fast to sound the “super spreader” alarm for any gathering not friendly to Democrats aren’t taking that approach, but we’re used to that: Super Spreader, right media? https://t.co/QxukN7tlnc — Mike LaChance (@MikeLaChance33) October 17, 2020 I thought we were supposed to be "social distancing?" — Damon A. Salvadore (@DamonSalvadore1) October 17, 2020 As the media and Democrats have made abundantly clear, the virus won’t spread if the mass activity taking place is of a sufficient level of wokeness. What are the odds that the media will call this event a 'super spreader'? https://t.co/aufumHFNbK — Amanda (@AmandaLuvsRoses) October 17, 2020 I am so glad to see @secupp @brianstelter @oliverdarcy and others at CNN blasting this COVID SPREADER in DC! I loved how they pointed out no social distancing… little masks wear etc Always great to see how BALANCED @CNN is… oh wait…. ha ha ha ha https://t.co/3E97lU1hO0 — Cable News Watch (@CableNewsWatch) October 17, 2020 Hey, @jaketapper. Can you tweet about this super spreader event too? Juts looking for some balance from you. Thanks. https://t.co/D0EgW0pdUG — Dagney (@DagneyTaggart1) October 17, 2020 Is anybody on the left going to call this a super spreader rally? https://t.co/r6YRTOTYI7 — Archer's Father (@DoctorOcelot) October 17, 2020 Covid is cancelled!!! https://t.co/H1m4d9Pln0 — G A S L I G H T gsp (@altaccount1965) October 17, 2020 Covid must have called in a lid — Houston Kris (@HoustonKrisMc) October 17, 2020 One final ironic note: Women marching to keep a woman off the Supreme Court. We're moving backwards. https://t.co/cbz5fN36Br — Jinxmim 🇺🇸 (@mimzybug) October 17, 2020 And feminist activists would probably be thrilled if Amy Coney Barrett were replaced with Merrick Garland. recent stories

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MUST READ: Stu Burguiere's 'incredibly damning thread' painstakingly details 'the most important month' of Andrew Cuomo's deadly leadership

Andrew Cuomo has been on a nonstop victory lap since the COVID19 outbreak began. And now that he’s got a new book out, he’s only managed to become even more insufferably self-righteous. But as The Blaze’s Stu Burguiere points out, Cuomo’s got absolutely nothing to be proud of. Andrew Cuomo’s new book is out, a fictional tale in which he proclaims himself master of coronavirus and viral savior of New York. But that’s not even close to true. Let's just go through Cuomo’s actions in the most important month. March. 1/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 It’s amazing how many terrible decisions one man can make in the span of a month. Game/set/match — > https://t.co/OFPU32Eqfb — Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) October 16, 2020 This thread is incredibly damning of @andrewcuomo. https://t.co/teQZepFzYZ — Ben Domenech (@bdomenech) October 16, 2020 And how: March 1: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announces New York City’s first confirmed case of COVID-19. https://t.co/C0IcJENJUm 2/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 2: Cuomo would spend this period strenuously arguing that New Yorkers were worrying too much. “In this situation, the facts defeat fear. Because the reality is reassuring. It is deep breath time.” https://t.co/rIUyIBdDpY 3/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 3: Cuomo finally takes immediate action on the crisis… the “vaping crisis.” Holds rally at capitol, trends #NoVapeNY on Twitter https://t.co/nX3Kanto2O 4/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 4: Cuomo: "We have an epidemic caused by Coronavirus but we have a pandemic that is caused by fear.” https://t.co/D0QWNtKMVz He gives a version of this line in almost every interview he does. 5/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 5: Think of the criticism lobbed at the Trump administration about "downplaying" the virus. Cuomo does this over and over and over… “Here, the facts do not merit the level of anxiety that we are seeing.” https://t.co/eQlLTdZPd3 6/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 Remember all of that criticism of republicans who were comparing Covid to the flu? Cuomo did that too. March 6: Cuomo: “We have more people in this country dying from the flu than we have dying from coronavirus.” https://t.co/ghjC3GR8uQ 7/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 7: After weeks of telling people not to worry so much, and comparing Covid to the flu, Cuomo signs E.O. declaring virus a disaster emergency in the state of New York. https://t.co/Qr2eFpHXL3 If he knew he was doing this, why would he be downplaying the situation? 8/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 8: As NY coronavirus cases hit triple digits, Cuomo again tries to convince New Yorkers not to worry: “This is not the Ebola virus, this is not the SARS virus, this is a virus we have a lot of information on…” https://t.co/qFjFomkGBF 9/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 This might be Cuomo's best moment as he finally says something that is objectively true. COVID-19 is not SARS. For example, more people would die in New York from COVID *just on April 4th*, than SARS killed in the entire run of the virus worldwide. 10/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 Also, more people also died in Cuomo's state from COVID than the entire SARS crisis worldwide on April 5th. And April 6th. And the 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, and 17th. To remind you, this person wrote a book about what a good job he did. 11/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 8: Cuomo is still telling people to go on the subway with minor modifications: “If you can move to a train car that is not as dense. If you see a packed train car, let it go by, wait for the next train. Same if you’re taking a bus.” https://t.co/9swmsSNd9e 12/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 9: The Cuomo downplay in effect again: “This is not the Ebola virus. This hysteria that you see, this fear that you see, the panic that you see is unwarranted. We have dealt with worse viruses.” https://t.co/798OQrbCOU 13/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 It's true that COVID-19 is not the Ebola virus. In fact, COVID would go on to kill more people *just in NY* in *just the first two weeks of April* than Ebola has globally, in all of human history. 14/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 9: In an unsettling episode of cringeworthy performance theater, Cuomo unveils a plan to force prison inmates to supposedly make hand sanitizer. Capitalism, not the virus, is the thinly veiled target. https://t.co/8sYVvyiob9 15/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 Did I mention this was cringeworthy? Cuomo describes the "floral scent" of his sanitizer ("lilacs, hydrangeas, tulips") and then sniffs his hands while health officials are telling everyone not to put their hands near their faces. https://t.co/kiRvXBeA9h 16/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 He then asks the person next to him to also smell his hands. During a pandemic. Gross. https://t.co/kiRvXBeA9h 17/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 11: Cuomo laughs at what he sees as a reporters funny accent, and then imitates it. He cracks himself up, while earning the headline: "Check Out Andrew Cuomo’s Horrific Irish Accent" https://t.co/ojW9o3sOSC 18/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 For 6 years, CNN had banned Chris Cuomo from interviewing his brother – for reasons obvious to anyone who has ever even heard of journalism. On March 11th, when serious examination of Andrew Cuomo's record was most important, they lifted the ban. https://t.co/ksLUBJOAXs 19/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 On March 12th, the day after the NBA pulled the plug on its season, Cuomo: “There’s not going to be any quarantine” and claims "individual mobility is what we're all about" while reassuring New Yorkers there won't be any "stay in your house rules." 20/ pic.twitter.com/g8oNt1Fe6T — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 13: MSNBC: “How would you characterize where things stand right now in New York State…? Cuomo: “I don't think it's any different here than anywhere else. The anxiety and the fear is as much of a problem as the virus.” 21/ pic.twitter.com/H3Zdo3y177 — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 16: While President Trump announces “15 Days to Slow the Spread” and NY climbs to 950 cases and 7 deaths, Cuomo goes on The Today Show https://t.co/7ogQ02kZBM 22/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 And GMA: https://t.co/YWTtNDy3lJAnd New Day: https://t.co/6LEGCaUOJ0And Morning Joe: https://t.co/wPw1n7nyZa 23/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 On March 17: New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio: “Absolutely considering” a shelter-in-place order for New York City. https://t.co/5hqvwXkyOk Cuomo says there will be no shelter-in-place order https://t.co/izJceLaVdB 24/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 18: Cuomo: “…that is not going to happen, shelter in place, for New York City.” Says AGAIN that fear is worse than the virus, and that he "shut that down, immediately" when talking about a shelter in place. 25/ pic.twitter.com/1D4tuVmv8k — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 19: The very next day Cuomo orders businesses to reduce in-office personnel by 75%. https://t.co/BqGJm6JCzB 26/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 19: Cuomo: “Are we reducing density? Yes. Do we want people to stay home? Yes. Are we going to do quarantine, are people imprisoned in their homes? No.” 27/ pic.twitter.com/kVt2XvtUnC — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 FYI, fear was still worse than the virus on March 19: “we are fighting a war on two fronts. We are fighting the virus and we are fighting fear. And they are two totally different situations that you have to deal with. In many ways, the fear is more dangerous than the virus.” 28/ pic.twitter.com/LrYcVf4FKu — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 Also on March 19, a shut down was still not happening. “I said where did you hear that? "Well, that's what they say. That is what I am hearing." And I was saying I would know, right? Because I would have to authorize those actions legally. It is not going to happen.” 29/ pic.twitter.com/l0CKxQLJR5 — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 Literally the next day Cuomo shut down New York. One day after promising is was not going to happen. “So we're going to put out an Executive Order today. New York State on pause.” 30/ pic.twitter.com/jndeB0I0vD — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 The shut down came just three days after publicly slamming Deblasio for even suggesting it. It is really, really hard to come out on the wrong side of a conflict with Bill Deblasio. Everyone hates him. But, Cuomo pulled it off multiple times during the crisis. 31/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 The shutdown also came four days after @realDonaldTrump announced 15 Days to Slow the Spread. Cuomo regularly criticizes the President for acting too slow. He was slower. 32/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 20: Cuomo announces Matilda’s Law, named after his mother. “Who are we worried about? Seniors, compromised immune system, people with underlying illnesses. Where are the places we're really worried about? Nursing homes, senior congregate facilities.” 33/ pic.twitter.com/nGuzpQIouR — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 With the situation spiraling out of control and Cuomo begging the National Guard for help as cases pass 20,000 (known), U.S. News publishes article, “How Coronavirus Made Andrew Cuomo America’s Governor”. https://t.co/dmbE0SJOTE ????? 34/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 24: Why did Cuomo’s initial health strategy fail? Let him tell you in his own words: https://t.co/q7nqhvQkjJ 35/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 24: Andrew is able to find time for some soul-searching with “journalist” brother, Chris. This is really funny because two brothers are laughing about stuff on a news network during a pandemic. Hard hitting journalism. 36/ pic.twitter.com/7ZIlaRyPgR — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 25: VICE exposes that the whole hand sanitizer stunt was a lie. Prison workers were not actually making hand sanitizer at all. https://t.co/FWfhdukjoy 37/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 25: Perhaps the worst single decision by any government entity in the entire pandemic response. Cuomo releases the now-infamous “Advisory: Hospital Discharges and Admissions to Nursing Homes” for New York. https://t.co/W9PoJ8zCIn 38/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 The advisory required nursing homes to *import* COVID-19 positive patients. “No resident shall be denied re-admission or admission to the (Nursing Home) solely based on a confirmed or suspected diagnosis of COVID-19." 39/ pic.twitter.com/jjL7AFFBkw — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 It also prohibited nursing homes for even TESTING for the virus for new or returning patients. 40/ pic.twitter.com/chyFV3aaAQ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 We will never know for sure how many lives this decision was ultimately responsible for ending. But, we do know that to this day, Cuomo continues to lie about how many people died in nursing homes, by not counting nursing home residents who die at the hospital. Awful. 41/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 Cuomo, on the same day as the nursing home order:“These are people we love. These are our grandparents. And we're going to do everything we can to protect every one of them. And I give the people of the state of New York my word that we're doing it." https://t.co/JOnxUhcXZe 42/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 March 26: Things are going so poorly in New York, Rhode Island closes its borders to New Yorkers, citing it as a “hotspot”. https://t.co/psy0MfMiRb Cuomo complains that this isn't "neighborly." He would later institute similar restrictions on southern states. 43/ pic.twitter.com/EpJtyMnmSD — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 Cuomo knew the risks of his policy with nursing home residents. How do we know this? Because the nursing homes told him. On March 29, the Society for Post-Acute & Long-Term Care Medicine released statement on Cuomo's nursing home advisory. https://t.co/AxqiVbwL0B 44/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 As they clearly and emphatically noted “…caring for COVID-19 (+) residents (is) unsafe and jeopardizes all patients in the nursing home.” 45/ pic.twitter.com/xTyYc2RgXa — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 “Nursing home capability to provide high-quality infection control may be limited due to situational factors…such as competencies of remaining available staff; (And) loss of physicians… due to illness, quarantine, or surge needs at other institutions.” 46/ pic.twitter.com/KiRXLp407z — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 “Many homes do not have private rooms.” 47/ pic.twitter.com/1DvBkf6aa8 — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 "…a new admission to a nursing home from a hospitalcan impact the health of all the other residents with dire, and indeed fatal, consequences." Cuomo did it anyway. 48/ pic.twitter.com/M5TG0EW0CN — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 While this list is incomplete, it is more than enough. Cuomo oversaw the single worst coronavirus response in the world. The worst. And today, he is celebrating himself in a book and engaging in a press tour. It is disgusting. 49/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 It's also important to remember how many real people had their lives destroyed by all of this. It's quite possible Cuomo would be getting away with this if not for the efforts of people like @JaniceDean. I hope the media will someday hold Cuomo accountable. 50/ — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 Here are links to some of the timeline shows if you'd rather youtube. The Cuomo Timeline Part 1https://t.co/v8KSzrmZvF The Cuomo Timeline Part 2https://t.co/KfwhKj2y0A The Cuomo Timeline Part 3https://t.co/ZMCrCH9Cvfhttps://t.co/lETZ27Eonz — Stu Burguiere (@StuDoesAmerica) October 15, 2020 TL:DR version? Andrew Cuomo is not a good person. He is, in fact, a very bad person. And he has blood on his hands. recent stories

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Paul Rudd should've filmed a PSA warning Andrew Cuomo about COVID-19 and nursing homes

Paul Rudd is trending right now over this dopey PSA he filmed for Gov. Andrew Cuomo scolding New York millennials for not wearing masks and spreading COVID-19: Certified young person Paul Rudd wants you to wear a mask. Listen up: pic.twitter.com/GTks5NUBmR — Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) September 14, 2020 Maybe Rudd should’ve filmed a PSA back in March warning Gov. Cuomo of the dangers of putting corona-infected patients into nursing homes? That would’ve been helpful: You are responsible for the greatest death toll in the country. — Lyndsey Fifield (@lyndseyfifield) September 14, 2020 But, instead, he’s blaming millennials who aren’t dying from the disease and are being crushed by his shutdown policies in the state: What does Paul Rudd have to say about all of the senior citizens you killed? Also f*ck you https://t.co/81ndHF0Fhe — CCP IS ASSHOE (@noahsmom7) September 15, 2020 A well-deserved spot on the list: ✍?nominated✍?for✍?the✍?List✍? pic.twitter.com/daavbVb4s4 — Siraj Hashmi (@SirajAHashmi) September 15, 2020 *** recent stories

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David Axelrod's attempt to slam Trump's handling of the coronavirus gets upended by his own Twitter timeline

It’s September 2020, and the Left is desperately clinging to an excerpt from a Bob Woodward book. Former Obama adviser David Axelrod has joined the chorus of those attempting to slam Trump for something he said earlier this year that has amazingly been kept under wraps (for months) until this past week. There is a justifiable uproar over what @realDonaldTrump did in February, when he downplayed the seriousness of a virus that he knew to be airborne and deadly.But what about what he’s doing RIGHT NOW?https://t.co/bF8YSKlCCL — David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) September 13, 2020 The problem for Axelrod is that his Twitter timeline would fail to meet his own standard. Hi David. Here's you encouraging the gathering of large crowds during a pandemic https://t.co/fuCDpAhQ8K pic.twitter.com/7tJgHMLrEh — Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) September 13, 2020 .@davidaxelrod If you know the virus is airborne and deadly, why are you encouraging people to gather in large crowds in close proximity to each other? Seems dangerous. — Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) September 13, 2020 Axelrod’s double-standard aside, Trump has explained that his intention early on was to promote a calm response to the threat. ABC's Jon Karl: "Why did you lie to the American people and why should we trust what we have to say now?" Trump: "I'm not gonna jump up and down and scream, 'PEOPLE ARE GOING TO DIE!' No, I'm not going to do that. We're going to get through this." pic.twitter.com/6Dk1u1DFjT — Kelb Hull (@CalebJHull) September 10, 2020 It’s doubtful that even the most ardent Trump supporters believe that his administration’s response to the coronavirus was flawless. There will always be plenty to second-guess when it comes to presidential administrations responding to various crises. Perhaps someday David Axelrod can share a thread about the Obama administration’s response to H1N1. *** RELATED: Donald Trump calls out Bob Woodward for keeping ‘bad or dangerous’ COVID19 comments under wraps until now recent stories

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Team Biden: Despite calling Trump a 'xenophobic fear-monger' for the China travel ban, the 'if Biden were president' administration would've stopped the virus

Dear America, Despite the fact that he ripped Trump for instituting a travel ban, held campaign rallies in March and called the president names, Joe Biden would have stopped the coronavirus in its tracks. The “if Joe Biden were president” administration would have never let this happen. Sincerely, Team Biden Pressed on why Biden did not call for a travel ban, social distancing or masks in Jan. or Feb., Symone Sanders tells @GStephanopoulos Biden wasn't “briefed by national security experts” as Trump was, but would have taken “proper precautions” as president. https://t.co/Mb6g1oQ7FV pic.twitter.com/hXBneB5Ifa — ABC News (@ABC) September 13, 2020 As for his campaign events … if only he would have had all of the information, things would have been different. Jake Sullivan says @JoeBiden was warning about the pandemic early on, but still held rallies into March because he didn't have access to all the information @realDonaldTrump had on the virus. — FoxNewsSunday (@FoxNewsSunday) September 13, 2020 Fox News' Chris Wallace to Joe Biden adviser Jake Sullivan: “why did it take Biden two months to approve the travel restrictions?” pic.twitter.com/ADcsqCFps7 — Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) September 13, 2020 On January 31st, the White House issued a “Proclamation on Suspension of Entry as Immigrants and Nonimmigrants of Persons who Pose a Risk of Transmitting 2019 Novel Coronavirus.” On March 12th, Biden issued a tweet decrying a travel ban (from any part of the world). A wall will not stop the coronavirus. Banning all travel from Europe — or any other part of the world — will not stop it. This disease could impact every nation and any person on the planet — and we need a plan to combat it. — Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) March 13, 2020 And he continued his attacks on the president. A wall won’t stop a virus.Racism won’t stop a virus. Do your job. https://t.co/Mj4Zx0ccPS — Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) March 10, 2020 Stop the xenophobic fear-mongering. Be honest. Take responsibility. Do your job. https://t.co/nQ5aLVrpyb — Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) March 18, 2020 According to his advisers, Joe Biden didn’t have enough information to take appropriate action related to the virus in March. But he apparently had enough information to call the president a xenophobic fear monger. *** recent stories

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