The Blame Game – Democrats are Using the Government’s Coronavirus Response Against Trump Even Though Their Hands are Dirty 

She added, "As the president fiddles, people are dying." This was a rehearsed and crafted statement that she gave so that her lunatic Twitter friends could spread it around. 

House Speaker Democrat Nancy Pelosi seems to be wanting to start another investigation into President Trump. Why not? There’s nothing important going on right now. 

And when things get better, when Americans are going to be trying to dig their way out of debt, bankruptcy and business failures, a Trump investigation is probably exactly what everyone needs to be able to put their lives back on track. 

According to “four people familiar with the discussions” (because the leftist media never sources their stories anymore), NBC says that informal discussions have begun on the possibility of creating some sort of committee to look over Trump’s response to the pandemic. Impeachment Hoax II anyone? 

During a CNN interview with Jake Tapper, Pelosi said “I don’t know what the scientists said to him. When did this president know about this, and what did he know? That’s for an after-action review.” 

She added, “As the president fiddles, people are dying.” This was a rehearsed and crafted statement that she gave so that her lunatic Twitter friends could spread it around. 

The Dems were too busy with their fake impeachment show during the beginning of the year to pay attention to the coronavirus. They’re also busy suing Trump over everything he does. Do they care if their nonsense takes time and resources away from running the country or that the Trump administration needs to be dealing with other important issues? No, they don’t care about that. They want him gone. At any cost. 

Republican Senator Tom Cotton was on top of things early on talking with the president about the coming virus, even skipping three hours of the impeachment trial. Although the Trump administration’s response to the pandemic was not perfect early on concerning testing and supplies, at least Trump and the Republicans were paying attention. 

And if Pelosi wants investigations into delays and denials, let’s look at her visit to Chinatown on February 24th. That would be 20 days after Trump was stopping people in China from coming into the United States and weeks after Trump formed the Coronavirus Task Force. While Trump was proactive against the virus, she was saying everything was fine

During Pelosi’s visit to Chinatown, she said, “Everything is fine here…come to Chinatown. Here we are. We’re careful, safe. Come join us…the city is on top of the situation, and so it’s comfortable to be here.” 

Then we have Democrat New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio telling people in early March to go out and eat in restaurants. He said, “If you’re not sick, you should be going about your life.” 

Even after de Blasio’s Heath Commissioner warned the mayor about the virus on March 10th, urging him to take more drastic action, de Blasio still didn’t move aggressively because closing restaurants, schools and cultural centers would hurt the economy and the workers. Let’s investigate de Blasio and see how many deaths that he’s responsible for. 

And why aren’t we investigating Biden and Obama for not replenishing the medical supply reserve after the Swine Flu outbreak? 

I think we know the answer to that question. Because all of these people are Democrats – and their last names aren’t Trump, so they will never be held accountable for any of their words and actions. And they will definitely never be investigated. 

This piece was written by Liberty Paige on April 2, 2020. It originally appeared in and is used by permission.

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