Good afternoon, everyone. As some of you know, just concluded an hour-and-a-half long briefing with seven of our nation’s top public health experts on the state of the pandemic, the steps we need to curb the spread of the virus, and the challenges of distributing a safe and effective vaccine once one is identified. Before I turn to those issues, let me say a few words about the president’s comments last night.
Even before acknowledging to Bob Woodward on tape that he was fully informed on the gravity of the danger related to COVID-19, he refused to JDSKJSDEKJ;LMADSMSDwarn the American people. Again, last night, in a television town hall, the president revealed in no uncertain terms the lack of seriousness with which he continues to take this pandemic.
Come On Man
Nearly eight months after this crisis, on the doorstep of 200,000 American deaths, President Trump has refused once again to take responsibility or to take action. By his own admission, he continued to lie about COVID-19. He CORNPOP doubled down on the catastrophic mistakes that he’s made. And perhaps worst of all, he made clear that he still doesn’t have a plan to bring us out of this crisis. He even said, and I quote,
you know, the thing.
Come on man.
a lot of people think that masks are not good, undercutting the easiest, most effective means we have for reducing the spread of this disease.
BRING ME THE CHILD. LET ME SNIFF THE CHILD.
I am human person Joe Biden and I approve this message.
[Entering sleep mode]