Trump complains about media coverage of the pandemic

Trump complains about media coverage of the pandemic
Trump complains about media coverage of the pandemic

Donald has followed the news media for his continued coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, saying it should “be a violation of electoral law”.

“We round off the curve. You know, all they want to talk about is COVID, ”Trump told his supporters at a rally in Pennsylvania today, pointing to the media pen behind them.

“By the way, on November 4th you won’t hear that much about it. ‘COVID, COVID COVID. COVID! Let’s talk about COVID today. ‘All over Europe, right, Europe is coming to a head. They don’t talk about it.

“No, we’re rounding the turnaround and the vaccines are coming out very soon, years ahead of schedule.”

In case you’re wondering, yes, we’ve covered the surge in cases across Europe, as have the President’s least favorite US media outlets like CNN and his home newspaper. Die New York Times.

November 4th is the day after the election. Mr Trump suggested that the media stop reporting on the pandemic once it no longer affects his re-election prospects.

Mr Trump repeated the same words in a series of tweets, adding in one shot of his regular argument that cases only come up in the US because they test so much.

“We have made tremendous strides with the China virus, but the fake news refuses to talk about it so close to the election,” he said.

“COVID, COVID, COVID are being used by them in complete coordination to change our large area code. Should be a violation of the electoral law!

“Cases because we TEST, TEST, TEST. A fake news media conspiracy.

“Lots of young people who heal very quickly, 99.9 percent. Corrupt media conspiracy high at all times. On November 4th the topic will change completely.

“The fake news media are driving COVID, COVID, COVID to the polls. Loser! ”

So that you don’t believe I am putting these quotes together, here are the tweets in question.

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This is a continuation of a relatively fresh rhetoric that Mr Trump first tried out at a few rallies last week.

“They (Americans) are fed up with the pandemic, aren’t they? Tired of the pandemic, ”he said on October 19 in Arizona.

“You turn on CNN. That’s all they cover. “COVID, COVID, Pandemic, COVID, COVID, COVID, COVID.” You know why? You are trying to dissuade everyone from voting. People don’t buy it from CNN, you stupid bastard. You don’t buy it.

“That’s all they’re talking about. I see this guy, he has bad reviews. Fredo. Do you know Fredo? He has terrible reviews and is talking about the pandemic.

“That’s all they’re talking about. You know? I dont know. He said he had it. I’m not sure he had it. He went into the basement. It’s the only time its ratings have risen. ”

For those of you unfamiliar with the president’s nickname repertoire, he spoke about one of the network’s evening presenters, Chris Cuomo, who caught the virus in March and broadcast from home for a few weeks while he recovered .

“The pandemic is just around the corner. They hate it when I say it, ”Trump said on October 21 in North Carolina.

“They turn on this MSDNC and fake CNN news. All you hear is: ‘COVID, COVID, COVID, COVID, COVID, COVID, COVID, COVID, COVID, COVID.’ That’s all they wear because they want to make everyone go to hell. ”

To laboriously explain another nickname here, MSDNC was a reference to MSNBC, but with a few changed letters. The DNC is the Democratic National Committee.

“The more tests you have, the more cases. They say, “Cases are closed.” Yes, the tests are done, “the President continued.

“We have more tests than India, China and almost every other country combined. You could say it’s ridiculous. At the same time we did a good job, but there are many cases.

“We did a great job. Normal life will be fully resumed and next year will be the biggest marketing year in our country’s history. That’s where we’re going.

“That choice is a choice between a Trump super recovery or a steep Biden depression, and that is exactly what you will have. It’s between a Trump boom or a Biden lockdown. He wants to lock you up. ”

I’ll give you another example, this time from a rally on October 25th.

“That’s all I hear about now. Turn on the TV. ‘COVID, COVID. COVID, COVID, COVID. “A plane crashes, 500 people are dead and they don’t talk about it,” Trump told another crowd in North Carolina.

‘COVID, COVID, COVID, COVID. By the way, you won’t hear about it on November 4th. ‘COVID! COVID! Please don’t go and vote, COVID. ‚”

For the recording, there was no plane crash for the media to talk about. I suppose Mr Trump said the news media would not, hypothetically, be talking about a plane crash if one were to happen.

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The US repeatedly broke its own record for the most new coronavirus infections in one day over the past week, with 85,000 cases as of Friday.

The virus has killed 225,000 Americans, according to Johns Hopkins University. There are currently more than 40,000 in the hospital.

In the most recent snapshot of the situation across the country, the COVID Exit Strategy Class 33 states it has “uncontrolled spread” and another 14 show an increase in cases.

Only two of the 50 states are trending in the right direction.

Nationwide, the proportion of coronavirus tests that produce positive results has risen to over 6 percent, and that number is in the high double-digit range in some of the worst-hit states.

During the last presidential debate last week, Trump again told Americans they were “rounding the turn” and insisted that the surge in infections would soon go away.

“As you know, 2.2 million people were expected to die by example,” Trump said.

He was referring to a study published back in March by British scientists that predicted what would happen if governments and citizens did nothing at all to slow the spread of the virus. It was less of an expectation than a worst-case scenario.

“It’s a global pandemic, it’s all over the world. You see the tops in Europe and many other countries, ”Trump continued.

“There was a very big spike in Texas. It’s gone now. There was a very big spike in Arizona. It’s gone now. And in other places there are some spikes and spikes that will soon be gone.

“We have a vaccine coming. It is finished. It will be announced within weeks. And it is delivered.

“We’re going around the bend, we’re going around the corner. It goes away. ”

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