This top Democrat’s lie about Trump killing Americans will leave you speechless

Democrats can’t even put politics aside during global pandemic.

Americans are appalled on a daily basis the way Democrats celebrate bad news to score political points at President Trump’s expense.

And now this top Democrat’s lie about Trump killing Americans will leave you speechless.

Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker is one of the loudest and most visible critics of Donald Trump’s coronavirus response.

CNN gladly books Pritzker on a weekly basis because Pritzker will feed the fake news and it’s liberal audience with anti-Trump catnip that can dominate news cycles.

Sunday was no different.

In an interview on fake news CNN’s State of the Union Governor Pritzker falsely blamed the administration for people dying in the coronavirus outbreak.

“Individual states can’t possibly do what the federal government can do. We don’t have a Defense Production Act. There’s no way that we could stockpile in anticipation of a pandemic that no one anticipated,” Pritzker ranted.

“And yet the federal government is responsible for doing precisely that. And we now know that intelligence sources and all the best advice that was given was given in January and early February to the president and the White House, and they seem not to have acted at all upon it. If they had started in February building ventilators, getting ready for this pandemic, we would not have the problems that we have today, and frankly, very many fewer people would die.”

The United States operates under the principle of federalism.

States also had the responsibility to prepare for a pandemic and every single Democrat Governor whining about the President never lifted a finger to get their state ready for a worst case scenario.

States are the first line of defense in any emergency.

The federal government is a backup designed to provide relief to hotspots.

And Democrat Governors are trying to deflect blame for their own failure to prepare.

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