With Coronavirus, America has a serious crisis unfolding daily.
The Trump administration is working hard to stem the spread of the disease, while trying to keep the economy moving.
These are major issues that will impact millions of Americans.
What are journalists in the White House press pool asking Trump? They want to know why he keeps calling it the China virus, because they think this is racist, which it isn’t.
News Busters reports:
ABC, PBS Team Up to Call Trump ‘Racist’ During COVID-19 Presser
During Wednesday’s coronavirus press conference at the White House, ABC’s Cecilia Vega and PBS’s Yamiche Alcindor worked together to claim that President Trump’s use of the term “Chinese virus” was “racist” and “puts Asian Americans at risk.” Alcindor even touted rumors of an unknown administration official using an offensive term to describe the disease.
“Why do you keep calling this the Chinese virus? There are reports of dozens of incidents of bias against Chinese Americans in this country….Why do you keep using this?,” Vega asked accusingly as the President took questions in the 12:00 p.m. ET hour. After Trump explained, “Because it comes from China,” Vega declared: “A lot of people say it’s racist.”
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These so-called journalists are wasting the American people’s time in a national emergency.
They are not serious people and Trump should expel them from the press pool.
Megyn Kelly recently made an excellent point about this:
I am so sick of seeking the news on Coronavirus and constantly getting bombarded w/how it’s all Trump’s fault or what Trump is calling the damn virus. Can we focus on what needs to be done right now and play the blame/political game later? Good Lord.
— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) March 18, 2020
America needs a real media in this trying time.
People who prove they are not up to the task should be ignored.
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