Donald Trump finds a doctor he wants to talk to by tweeting a republican doctor who says, “Democrats are trying to blame the president for the corona virus” – after he has banned top immunologist Tony Fauci from the FIVE Sunday shows
- Trump tweeted a GOP congress candidate in Georgia who had told his response to the coronavirus crisis
- McCormack called himself a “Decorated US Marine, Emergency Medicine Doctor, Conservative, GOP, Christian.”
- “They’re trying to blame President Trump for a virus”
- Relocation comes after the government has confirmed that it required government officials to direct media appearances through the VP Pence office
- According to Rep. John Garamendi, NIH expert Anthony Fauci was told to cancel Sunday shows in a crisis
President Donald Trump retweeted a doctor who accused Democrats of blaming him for the coronavirus crisis – after his government told NIH health expert Anthony Fauci to leave the Sunday shows.
Trump tweeted a video clip from Dr. Friday. Rich McCormick, a congress candidate from Georgia who echoed his own attacks on Democrats and defended his coronovirus reaction.
“The Democrats never let a good crisis go to waste,” McCormick says in a video that appears to have been shot under wooden stairs. “They are trying to blame President Trump for a virus. Tell me what we didn’t do to contain this virus? So far. no one in the United States died of it, “he said.
President Trump has returned a doctor who ran to the congress in Georgia to talk about the corona virus, after a government lawyer said his NIH expert Dr. Anthony Fauci loved the Sunday shows
“To put this into perspective, 12,000 people die of flu every year,” he noted, on a day when global coronavirus infections passed 83,000 and a second case popped up in California.
“If you wash your hands, stay away from sick people if you protect the most vulnerable, you’ll be fine,” said McCormick, who practiced medicine in the Marines, an emergency medicine doctor at the Gwinnett Medical Center.
The government now demands that public health officials appear through vice-president Mike Pence’s offices to the media, although officials dispute the idea that it was muzzles experts.
Rep. John Garamendi from California told MSNBC that Fauci, one of the government’s top experts, had to perform on Sunday shows where he should have spoken to the public.
Fauci runs the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
“The Democrats will never let a good crisis go to waste,” Dr. McCormick in his web video
McCormick practiced medicine in the Marines
According to Rep. John Garamendi, NIH expert Anthony Fauci was told to cancel Sunday shows in a crisis
Officials must clear media appearances through the office of Vice President Mike Pence
“I can repeat what he said,” he said, “I wasn’t muzzled.” I had to go five of them on Sunday’s talk shows, “he said. the hill reported.
“The vice president’s office then took control of this situation and told me to resign, not to do those shows,” Garamendi told Fauci.
He added: “Now you can draw your own conclusions, whether he was muzzled or not, but it was clear that he was scheduled to do Sunday talk shows and that he would not continue,” added the congressman.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden told CNN: “You have to let the experts speak,” the policy criticizes.
Trump unleashed a series of attacks on Democrats on coronavirus during his campaign meeting in North Charleston.
“Now the democrats are politicizing the corona virus. They politicize it. We’ve done one of the great jobs, you see, “you see.
“They have no idea. They have no idea. They can’t even count their votes in Iowa, “he hit.
Then the president said: “One of my people came to me and said:” Mr. President they tried to beat you in Russia, Russia, Russia. That didn’t work out so well. They couldn’t do it. They tried the accusing hoax. That was on a perfect conversation. They tried everything. They tried again and again. They’ve been doing it since you got inside. It’s all running. They lost. It’s all running. Remember. And this is their new hoax. ”