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Michael Ramirez for February 03, 2021

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    cracker65  12 months ago

    He ain’t got nothing on Trump. 4000,000 and counting.

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    GiantShetlandPony  12 months ago

    Maybe if Trump hadn’t banned travel directly from China, but leaving the door open elsewhere. Down playing the seriousness of the illness, even though Trump knew early on how easy it was to transmit. By not shutting travel into the USA down everywhere, allowed people to come through mainly Europe from China. With most making a stop at JFK in New York, maybe, just maybe, if Trump hadn’t forced everyone trying to get back to the states to arrive in New York, then just then, perhaps New York City wouldn’t have become the hardest hit city with Covid.

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    psrayter  12 months ago

    Has any bad thing happened in the world during the past four years that wasn’t Trump’s fault? Did mandating COVID patients to go into long-term care homes have nothing to do with the deaths?

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    baroden  12 months ago

    It ALMOST pales in comparison to the 425,000 deaths Trump caused because he downplayed the whole pandemic.

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    Patjade Premium Member 12 months ago

    When you can’t defend your guy, distract and deflect.

    https://edition.cnn.com/2020/05/23/politics/cuomo-new-york-nursing-homes-coronavirus-patients/index.html

    https://www.wgrz.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/cuomo-administration-says-its-nursing-home-policy-was-based-on-federal-guidelines-covid-19-coronavirus/71-e7bd43cf-41b9-4b12-aed6-36a0947d74f1

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    guyjen2004 Premium Member 12 months ago

    He needs to be removed from office.

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    superposition  12 months ago

    Knowing what was done wrong in 2020 by Cuomo/Trump should be applied to current problems such as this …

    Kansas starts new year with country’s highest rate of new COVID death reports

    https://www.kansas.com/news/coronavirus/article248267560.html

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    OldCoal  12 months ago

    Yeah, funny that, you go into a crisis and tell all fifty states to suck it, and you get inconsistent results across state lines.

    Gee, whatta surprise! To Trumpublicans.

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    walfishj  12 months ago

    I don’t care, do you?

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 12 months ago

    I don’t think Cuomo had anything to do with the 20,000,000 missing vaccine doses either.

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    brit-ed  12 months ago

    Maybe if Trump and his minions had got behind the mask recommendations rather than calling it a hoax that was going to disappear…

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    OldCoal  12 months ago

    And here’s a bit of related and very sad news.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmMhVonvUqY&ab_channel=BBCNews

    The coronavirus has killed Capt Tom Moore.

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    Uncle Joe Premium Member 12 months ago

    Cuomo’s handling of long term care facilities wasn’t great, especially in the early part of the crisis. It’s interesting how Ramirez & others are oblivious to the fact that DeSantis & Florida did far worse, despite having much more knowledge & time to prepare. So did a lot of other states, both red & blue.

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    knutdl  12 months ago

    Just whistle while you workAnd cheerfully together we can tidy up the place

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    Arthur I Romeo Premium Member 12 months ago

    And stupid New Yorkers will elect him again.

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    ChristopherBurns  12 months ago

    Noem and DeSantis just laugh manically.

    I have a question Mr. Ramierez. Why is it only the Democratic governors that earn your ire?

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 12 months ago

    Got blame someone.. anyone but trump. That “buck stops here” never meant on his desk.. it goes directly to his slush fund.

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    DonnyTwoScoops  12 months ago

    Well, at least he never called it a hoax that one day “like a miracle” would magically disappear. But I know who did,

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    Holden Awn  12 months ago

    He actually said it best himself: Incompetent government kills.

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    librarylady59  12 months ago

    Not worth a comment unless attached to the ultimate responsibility of the past president… and I use the term loosely.

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    IvarMectinOh  12 months ago

    So funny watching all the liberals trying to dance around an issue they can’t possibly win. After the Benghazi disaster, Ramirez drew Hillary as a witch dancing on the graves of the four diplomats killed through her negligence. There are none better than Mike.

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    mc2zap  12 months ago

    WouldA CouldA ShouldA

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 12 months ago

    Ramirez gives Trump a free pass for spreading covid for a year.

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    svcman98  12 months ago

    Poor Mikey, he is reduced to picking on Democratic Governors. Such is the price of ignorance and stupidity.

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    dyerjames944  12 months ago

    I believe this puts his brother in a precarious situation. Working at a major news network. whom do you believe,Chris? The ATTORNEY GENERAL or your BROTHER? What you BELIEVE, YOU’LL REPORT!

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    Jimathai Premium Member 12 months ago

    People who insisted that it was a hoax or the common flu do not get to criticize those who have actually been fighting against this pandemic. But they are starting they campaigning against Cuomo already it appears.

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    braindead Premium Member 12 months ago

    “I don’t take responsibility for ANY of it!”

    “We want them infected!”

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    kennnyp  12 months ago

    hey mikie….shouldn’t that be your fearful leader in the pic, he only is responsible for 400,000 deaths…oh i forgot…he can’t whistle…( heck he prob can’t spell whistle…)

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 12 months ago

    Let’s talk about responsibility for a moment. Republicans refuse to take any responsibility for the murdered Capital police man that the Maga’s killed. Fox ‘news’ shorted the coverage. Nancy Pelosi paid tribute, the Maga’s wanted to murder her also, along with Mike Pence. Republicans refuse to acknowledge that Biden is the president, not an enemy. Republicans refuse to pay for the lives they destroyed with totally irresponsible covid spreading, they should be sued for crimes against humanity.

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    grumpypophobart  12 months ago

    More than 20 nursing homes are currently under investigation based on reported conduct that occurred during the first wave of the pandemic in the spring, according to the attorney general’s office.Aaah yes, private enterprise is squeaky clean. It’s all the government fault. You want your cake and eat it too. You want small government when it suits, and the ability to blame government when private enterprise falls in a heap.

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    BeniHanna6 Premium Member 12 months ago

    Even the Democrats in New York state are seriously investigating Cuomo’s screw-ups.

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    Concretionist  12 months ago

    Truly, there is plenty of blame for getting it wrong, in nearly every statehouse, and definitely at the federal level. Not to mention all the absolutely insane anti-masker “freedumb” caca (See Payne’s entry today).

    PS: A judge ruled (yesterday?) that in Oregon, prisoners must be vaccinated ahead of the elderly. Though not ahead of teachers (who are mostly already done w/ their first jab). Because allowing them to be infected when they have no way to self-isolate is “cruel and unusual punishment”. I actually agree with the point, but think they should equally share the pain of not being able to get a jab because there isn’t enough vaccine available yet.

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    momochan  12 months ago

    He will win the Nobel Prize any day now.

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    Diane Lee Premium Member 12 months ago
    It is invalid to claim that we can not blame Trump for any disease outside of the United States. He disbanded the White House team that was designed to contain the disease at it’s source. After that, the virus was totally disinterested in borders, and wandered around as aimlessly, but much more effectively than Trump does.Trump says that “No one could have seen this coming” referring to the pandemic. Well, someone did.In December 2014, Obama warned the United States:“There may and likely will come a time in which we have both an airborne disease that is deadly,”. And in order to deal with that, they sat up a White House Pandemic response team, which had clinics worldwide, including 44 people in the area of China where Covid 19 originated. The plan was for them to spot the disease and then to send enough people to track it and confine it to the area of origin. They managed the Ebola outbreak with only one American death.To help the incoming administration be better prepared to fight future pandemics, officials under President Obama prepared a 69-page playbook, written by Obama’s National Security Council, which detailed strategies for responding to a potential pandemic. Outgoing Obama administration officials briefed Trump’s top aides on the potential dangers of a pandemic.But the Trump administration ignored the playbook Instead, spending weeks downplaying the virus, which they knew about in late December, spouting rampant misinformation and contradicting their own medical and scientific advisors. They wasted nearly two months needed to bolster the federal stockpile of critically needed supplies and equipment. By then, it was too late. Trump likes to name things after himself. This one, he truly earned— The Trump Plague.
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