Meanwhile, reports are coming in that the Trump Administration is attempting to reopen the US economy again, either in part, or entirely…
(by Half Dollar) America in 2020 sure feels like Oceania in 1984.
It truly is a sad state of affairs when Americans wonder what they are and are not allowed to do while the government does what it wants.
The collapse is nearly complete, and the stragglers are nearly totally mopped up as half of the stragglers in this nation were sold down the river by Obama, and the remaining stragglers representing the other half of the nation are being sold down the river by Trump.
Instead of having a President who resembles Candidate Trump, or at least one-tenth of one-percent of Candidate Trump, we have a Cheerleader in Chief.
Indeed, President Trump said “I’m a cheerleader for this country” during his Tuesday press briefing.
The question is, however, how much is he hiding by playing “cheerleader”?
Because the plans to reopen the nation, on the government’s terms of course, continue.
The White House is developing plans to get the U.S. economy back in action that depend on testing far more Americans for the coronavirus than has been possible to date, according to people familiar with the matter.
The effort would likely begin in smaller cities and towns in states that haven’t yet been heavily hit by the virus. Cities such as New York, Detroit, New Orleans and other places the president has described as “hot spots” would remain shuttered.
The planning is in its early stages. But with encouraging signs that the outbreak has plateaued in New York after an aggressive but economically costly social-distancing campaign, President Donald Trump and his top economic advisers are once again boldly talking about returning Americans to work.
“We’re looking at the concept where we open sections of the country and we’re also looking at the concept where you open up everything,” Trump told Sean Hannity of Fox News on Tuesday night.
Translation: Stand fast America.
The government will tell you want you’re allowed to do next.
And that will take place at 5:00 p.m. EST this evening:
Of course, the heavy on filler, light on details Coronavirus Task Force press briefings notoriously begin late.