(Tea Party PAC) – Rachel Maddow, who is a member of the media complex that has long been feigning oppression for being labeled the “enemy of the people” by the president for their lies and slander, doesn’t want her colleagues in the media to keep people informed during one of our greatest crises.
The MSNBC opinion host has urged TV networks not to air the daily press briefings behind held by the president on the coronavirus pandemic.
Why, exactly? Well, Maddow is infuriated that the President is optimistic that the United States is likely to win the war against the virus, as we have overcome the swine flu, the bird flu, SARS, the Hong Kong flu, the Russian flu, and the Spanish flu.
As BizPac Review notes, “Keep in mind that the President started doing daily coronavirus press briefings because the media insisted that daily updates were needed.”
They’re never happy.
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Rachel declared on Friday: “President Trump today was just flat-out wrong in public about this malaria drug that has gotten stuck in his mind! Quite some distance from the facts.”
Maddow is in hysterics because Trump expressed hope at news of a French doctor’s study showing a 100% cure rate using a malaria drug to treat the coronavirus.
Trump said that he is feeling optimistic about this drug. However, he noted that scientists need to continue to run tests to affirm the effectiveness of the drug for combating COVID-19.
I’m sorry, why is this a bad thing?
The president loves saying things like, you know, ‘There’s a drug we’ve got and it’s very effective. It’s approved already! Everybody’s gonna get it.’
He loves saying things like that because that would be a lovely thing to be able to tell people. Unless of course that’s not true, in which case telling people a fairytale like that is cruel and harmful and needlessly diverting and wildly irresponsible from anyone in any leadership role.”
Maddow continued: “It’s actually wildly irresponsible if somebody said that to you from a bar stool. But to get that from somebody at the presidential podium? Nevertheless, he keeps doing it!”
She rambled on:
I feel like we should innoculate ourselves against the harmful impact of these ongoing false promises and false statements by the president by recognizing that when he is talking about the coronavirus epidemic, more often than not, he is lying.
Even when he’s talking about what he has done or what he will do, he is consistently lying and giving you happy talk that is stuff that the federal government isn’t actually doing. And it’s making people around the country count on the fact that the federal government is doing that stuff when they’re not.”
The sooner we come to terms with that, I think the better for all of us. If it were up to me, and it’s not, I would stop putting those briefings on live TV. Not out of spite but because it’s misinformation.
If the president does end up saying anything true, you can run it as tape but if he keeps lying like this every day on stuff this important, all of us should stop broadcasting it. Honestly, it’s gonna cost lives.”
The president is doing is job by reassuring panicked Americans that we can get through this crisis. We are Americans. We took on the most powerful nation in the history of the world and won and we’ve since saved the world twice and recovered from a bloody and violent civil war.
243 years of beating out the enemy. We can do anything.
BizPac Review concludes:
Reminder: Maddow is best known for rabidly pushing the failed Russia-collusion hoax.
Maddow also totally humiliated herself when she gleefully bragged that she had gotten her hands on two pages of President Trump’s 2005 tax returns.
She breathlessly teased her big “scoop,” promising to prove that Trump was a tax evader who wasn’t as rich as he claimed. Unfortunately for Maddow, Trump’s 2005 tax returns showed the opposite: The billionaire paid $38 million in taxes on income of $153 million.
Trump’s tax returns contradicted left-wing accusations that he paid no income taxes at all, as Hillary Clinton and left-wing media repeatedly claimed.
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) October 4, 2019
It is because of these and other lies that The View’s left-wing hosts suggested that Rachel Maddow is part of the reason why the public does not trust the media.