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Celebrity Quarantine Meltdowns

While many of you are unemployed now and don’t know how to pay your rent on May 1st, Cardi B thinks it’s unfair that she has to stay home and eat cereal instead of going out to get sushi… actually. #Cardi #Ellen #Quarantine. More from Zeducation.

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Sen. Tom Cotton, on Maria Bartarimo’s show on Fox Sunday, explained what our best intelligence knows about the origin of the COVID-19 outbreak, and then, what they did to maximize the damage to the U.S. economy.

President Trump – was asked whether he thought the Chinese deliberately let loose the SARS-COV-2 virus during his regular CoronaVirus Task Force presser 8 days ago. Sen. Cotton said, “I think Trump is being generous, but that’s his job. He’s going to have to be the one to help China admit its mistakes and back away from the coupsters, return to being an open and honest participant in the world of sovereign nations, or it’s full speed ahead to war with China – a war China could not win at this point as long as Russia sides with the West.”

Tom Cotton has been at the absolute forefront of determining the facts about China’s role in this so-called pandemic. More from Bill Still.

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Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Melissa Chen (NY Editor, Spectator USA & Managing Director of Ideas Beyond Borders) about China’s role in the World Health Organization’s response to COVID-19. Melissa discusses the failure of the CDC and the questionable guidance of the World Health Organization in handling the COVID-19 pandemic. She reveals how early warning signs from Taiwan were repeatedly ignored by WHO and how these mistakes resulted in a failure to contain the pandemic.

In addition, she discusses:

  • If Trump’s travel ban from China, which was instituted against WHO’s wishes, was a positive development in the US’s handling of the virus.
  • How regulations and bureaucratic red tape have made it difficult for her to get needed masks and PPE materials to front line healthcare workers.
  • How “price gouging” may actually be helpful since higher prices will signal to mask producers to manufacture more to keep up with the demand.
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