Donald Trump issued a coronavirus challenge that has Democrats fearing the worst
Donald Trump is trying to manage the federal government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
But he is being undermined every step of the way by the Fake News Media and Democrat Party.
And now Donald Trump issued a coronavirus challenge that has Democrats fearing the worst.
A pro-Biden Super PAC “Unite the Country” is now running a television ad attacking the President for his handling of the coronavirus outbreak.
While it is ugly to try and sabotage the Commander in Chief’s response to a national emergency, this is politics.
But where the Biden Super PAC crossed the line was loading up the ad with a false claim about how President Trump supposedly called the coronavirus a “hoax.”
“Crisis comes to every presidency — we don’t blame them for that,” the ad begins. “What matters is how they handle it.”
“Donald Trump didn’t create the coronavirus, but he is the one who called it a hoax, who eliminated the pandemic response team, and who let the virus spread unchecked across America,” the Unite the Country ad falsely claimed “Crisis comes to every president – this one failed.”
The President never called the existence of coronavirus a “hoax.”
What he did say was the Fake News Media reaction and the Democrat Party hysteria was a “hoax.”
The Trump campaign immediately dispatched a letter to TV stations demanding they take down this false ad.
This presented a moment of truth for TV networks.
Major networks and cable stations refused to run Trump ads in the past because they claimed – without citing
any evidence – that the ads were supposedly “false” or “racist.”
In this case Joe Biden’s allies were caught red-handed in a blatant falsehood.
Will they apply the same standard to Democrats that they do Republicans?