Securely Employed CNN Host Criticizes Americans Who Hope For End To Economic Shutdown

S.E. Cupp used to be a conservative.

In recent years however, her views have changed greatly. It seems as though working for CNN has had a significant impact on her politics.

She recently criticized people on Twitter for wanting the pandemic shutdowns to end.

Townhall reports:

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Gainfully Employed CNN Host Slams Americans Hoping to End Lockdowns

Host of CNN’s “S.E. Cupp Unfiltered” got an earful from Americans on Tuesday after she tweeted that people who are not medical doctors should not suggest lifting economy-crushing lockdowns originally designed to mitigate the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus.

“Anyone who’s not a doctor saying we have to just accept SOME deaths to reopen the country needs to take their family to a crowded place and serve food to anyone who needs it.”

Cupp was responding to comments made by former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie that strongly suggested reopening the United States economy as quickly as possible, even though some people would still succumb to the deadly Wuhan coronavirus.

Cupp’s remarks, in contrast to Christie’s, suggested that only a prediction of zero deaths from the COVID-19 infection would be an acceptable benchmark to reopen the economy. As of this week, over 30 million Americans have filed for unemployment while trillions of dollars of taxpayer money has been pumped into fledgling businesses, under-earning and laid-off workers, and government agencies.

See her tweet below:

People pushed back on Cupp’s tweet.

What does Cupp have to worry about? She’s still getting paid.

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