(Tea Party PAC) – Even though we are in the midst of a crisis the media can’t stop their relentless attacks on our commander-in-chief.
President Donald Trump has been leading our country so well in the midst of this crisis, that even Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), the controversy-stricken member of Congress’ progressive “Squad” who never has a kind word to say about anyone on the right, much less the Orange Man, actually praised his performance.
Something astounding is happening in our nation.
Politicians, right and left, are putting their weapons aside to battle this crisis as Americans.
There’s only one problem: the media hates this. They thrive on hate, gossip, slander, and vitriol, so they’re trying to extract any bit of negativity and fear they can out of the situation.
Now, if there’s anything that Trump has mastered since he first descended the golden elevator, it’s messing with the minds of the mainstream media.
And he’s not letting them get away with a thing.
On Friday morning during his daily coronavirus press briefing, Trump LAID INTO an uppity reporter who tried to use this time, dedicated to informing the American people of the latest news on the ongoing global pandemic and the federal government’s plans to combat it within our own borders, to shamelessly attack Trump.
NBC’s Peter Alexander grilled Trump on exactly how effective chloroquine is to treat coronavirus. On Thursday, the president had announced that there have been great successes in using the drug to treat the novel coronavirus. International studies have shown a 100% effectiveness with chloroquine and a Z-Pac mix, The Gateway Pundit notes.
Peter Alexander pressed Trump on the chloroquine drug: “What do you say to Americans who are watching you right now who are scared?”
President Trump: “I’d say you’re a terrible reporter… The American people are looking for answers and they’re looking for hope and you’re doing sensationalism…”
As of Friday morning, TGP notes:
** There are 16,067 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the US.
** There are 219 deaths blamed on the coronavirus.
** The current mortality rate from confirmed cases is 1.3%.
** There are no official numbers that include the number of citizens who had the virus but were not sick enough to seek medical attention.
** There are an estimated 22,000 flu deaths and 36 million cases in the US each year.