Trump Questioned a Reporter’s Ties to the Chinese Government – and He’s Definitely Onto Something

During Monday evening’s White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing, President Donald Trump questioned a reporter about whether or not she works for a Chinese-run television network. The questioning was prompted when the reporter asked about the Chinese government and companies, like Huawei and Alibaba, donating medical supplies and personal protective equipment to the United States.…

Did Pelosi ‘Zone Out’ During Trump’s State of the Union Address Where He Spoke About the Wuhan Coronavirus?

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been playing politics with this Wuhan coronavirus outbreak since mid-March. She took the week off, then flew back to torpedo an economic relief package that was a bipartisan effort in order to put forward her own nonsense bill that did little to nothing to help American businesses or workers. The…

Chinese Doctor Who Raised Alarm About Wuhan Coronavirus Has Disappeared

China lied and people died. It was a fact then, and now the U.S. intelligence community says that the authoritarian regime cooked the books in terms of reporting the number of cases and related deaths from the Wuhan coronavirus. Yeah, no one’s shocked by these findings. The utter incompetence at containment measures is one for the textbooks.…

U.S. Intelligence Concludes China Concealed Extent of Coronavirus Outbreak

The U.S. Intelligence Community has concluded that China concealed the extent of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak in the country, Bloomberg News reported on Wednesday. A classified report submitted to the White House states that China intentionally lowered its reported number of coronavirus cases, according to three officials familiar with the matter. The officials did not indicate if the…

Damning: New Evidence Suggests the Chinese Government Is Hugely Underreporting Coronavirus Death Toll

A few points, right off the top: First, the US response to coronavirus has been poor in some aspects, better in others, and is complicated by an uneven patchwork of state and local policies. Some of the failures can be laid at the feet of the federal government — including within both the Trump administration and previous…

Americans face nearly unprecedented travel restrictions inside US as states rush to stem coronavirus tide

As more and more Americans fall ill with the coronavirus and President Trump warns it will peak sometime in April, states nationwide are moving quickly to implement travel restrictions on people coming in from other parts of the country, regulating the interstate travel of Americans to an extent not seen in modern American history. Rhode Island was one…

It’s Obvious Why Liberal Networks Don’t Want to Carry The Trump Wuhan Coronavirus Pressers

They are the enemies of the people. They’re cry-babies. They’re corrupt. They’re biased. You all know this. They whined that there was no daily White House press briefing. Now, we have President Trump, Vice President Pence, and their team fighting the Wuhan coronavirus giving daily updates and now they’re complaining. There is a possibility that…

Game Over, Democrats: McConnell was the Grim Reaper to Pelosi’s Wuhan Pork Bill

It’s over. The game is over. And President Trump, the Republican Party, the country, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has won. Democrats have caved over their antics that blocked a Wuhan Coronavirus relief package aimed at helping American businesses and workers. The $2 trillion package was primed and ready to go on Sunday, with…

White House, Senate strike deal on historic $2T coronavirus relief bill; Pelosi offers tepid endorsement

White House and Senate leaders reached a historic deal shortly after midnight Wednesday on a massive $2 trillion coronavirus relief package for workers and businesses, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi offered something of a tepid endorsement of the agreement after previously pushing for her own legislation. The bipartisan breakthrough in the Senate capped days of heated negotiations that had nearly been…

What’s in Democrats’ coronavirus bill? Arts funding, union help and more

As Senate Republicans were reeling late Monday following two unsuccessful procedural votes on their version of a coronavirus response bill, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., released her chamber’s version of legislation to fight the disease and its economic effects — and it includes a raft of provisions with questionable relevance to the pandemic that has killed more than 17,000 worldwide and…

All Hell Broke Loose: Why Schumer Blocked Collins From Speaking on Wuhan Coronavirus Bailout Bill Today

Folks, this was done to tank the markets. This was done to resist President Trump. This was done to screw over the American worker. The Senate has a $1.6 trillion Wuhan coronavirus bailout package that Democrats co-wrote. They filibustered it on Sunday night. We all know why they’re doing this. This isn’t a secret. The…

Trump Shreds Liberal Reporter Who Claims His Administration Was Unprepared for the Wuhan Virus

Amid growing concern over the spread of the Wuhan virus, liberal reporters are asking the president politically-charged questions that provide zero useful information to a public grappling to understand the effects of the deadly virus that originated in China. “You did say two days ago though you did have a sense that this was a…

Trump releases guidelines to slow coronavirus spread in ’15 days,’ but warns crisis could stretch to summer

President Trump announced on Monday a set of guidelines that he said Americans should follow to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus — despite admitting that the pandemic could stretch into July or August. Speaking during a briefing of the coronavirus task force, Trump outlined a plan to slow the spread of COVID-19 in 15 days. “With…

REPORT: Clinical Trial for Potential COVID-19 Vaccine to Begin Monday

The Associated Press is reporting that the first dose of a potential vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus will be administered in a clinical trial that begins on Monday. There is currently no vaccine to protect against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Earlier reporting suggested that clinical trials for potential COVID-19 vaccines would not begin until April,…

WATCH: Dr. Fauci Puts the Media Back In Its Place Over a Hypothetical Question

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, made the media rounds on Sunday morning. He continually hammered the same point: people need to practice social distancing and stay home if at all possible. Doing so would help curve the number of infected people the United States is bound…

China hints at denying Americans life-saving coronavirus drugs

Now that the number of new people infected with the coronavirus in China is slowing down, the country’s Communist Party is ratcheting up threats against the West, with a particularly nasty warning about access to life-saving drugs aimed at the United States. In an article in Xinhua, the state-run media agency that’s largely considered the mouthpiece of the party, Beijing bragged about its…

U.S. Launches Retaliatory Strikes After Two U.S. Soldiers Are Killed in Rocket Attack

In response to a rocket attack that killed two U.S. soldiers and one British soldier in Iraq on Wednesday, the U.S. has launched a number of retaliatory strikes against multiple targets in the region. Pentagon officials stated earlier on Thursday that the U.S. and its allies were weighing options on how to respond to the…

Important: How Coronavirus is About to Get Much Worse in the US, and Why You Still Shouldn’t Panic

I’ll begin with a word on last night’s address by the president.  In some respects, it was strong; it emphasized the seriousness of the crisis, repeated crucially important recommendations for best hygiene practices, and reassured anxious Americans that the federal government will act to mitigate the (negative, likely temporary) economic impact.  But it also failed in several…

Biden, on video, lashes out at Detroit autoworker in profanity-laced gun dispute

Former Vice President Joe Biden got into a heated and profanity-laced argument with an autoworker Tuesday while touring a factory in Detroit, after the individual accused the Democratic presidential candidate of trying to take away his Second Amendment rights. “You’re full of sh– … I support the Second Amendment,” Biden shot back, stressing he’s not going to take guns…