The White House Daily Coronavirus Press Briefings should be renamed “President Trump’s Daily Coronavirus Pummeling of the Fake News Media”
On Thursday, Washington Post’s White House bureau chief, Philip Rucker found himself flattened by President Trump as “total faker” after he insisted that it was “dangerous for you [Trump] to” encourage people to go outside as the temperatures warm up despite the presence coronavirus.
Rucker asked this obnoxious question/statement to a DHS presentation on how the virus could struggle when exposed to the sun with high humidity and temperatures:
Mr. President, after the presentation we just saw about the heat and humidity, is it dangerous for you to make people think they would be safe by going outside in the heat considering some of the people are dying in Florida and considering that this virus has had an outbreak in Singapore, places that all hot and are humid.
President Trump immediately knew where this was going, groaned:
“Yeah, here — here we go. Here we go. The new headline is Trump asked people to go outside. That’s dangerous. Here we go. Same old group.”
He added that he only said that he:
“HOPES people enjoy the sun and if it has an impact, that’s great.”
Yes, fake news President Trump said “HOPES,” H-O-P-E-S look it up.
Right On Cue Fake News CNN Spins The Truth:
Hey, CNN a “Suggestion” is NOT President Trump telling people to go chug bleach.
Here is President Trump’s actual quot:
“Here we go … same old group, I hope people enjoy the sun and if it has an impact that’s great.”
“There’s been a rumor that — you know, a very nice rumor — that you go outside in the sun or you have heat and it does have an effect on other viruses,”
Trump then asked Dr. Deborah Birx:
“I would like you to speak to the medical doctors to see if there’s any way that you can apply light and heat to cure, you know, if you could.
maybe you can, maybe you can’t, I’m not a doctor.”
But CNN, and the other fake news claims Trump suggested it as a cure for coronavirus.
My Lord, they’re a sick delusional bunch.