Quarantined stuntmen, bruh… pic.twitter.com/nYSOqzAzBs
— Rex Chapman?? (@RexChapman) April 22, 2020
This was like a 15 minute interview of pure craziness. My god.
Anderson Cooper: You're talking about encouraging hundreds of thousands of people to come to Las Vegas … smoking, drinking, touching slot machines, breathing circulated air, doesn't that sound like a virus petri dish?!
Las Vegas Mayor: It sounds like you're being an alarmist! pic.twitter.com/meAlEMpntl
— Lis Power (@LisPower1) April 22, 2020
Anderson Cooper to Mayor: "Okay, that makes no sense." pic.twitter.com/8DUpfvaGVJ
— Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) April 22, 2020
I have instructed the United States Navy to shoot down and destroy any and all Iranian gunboats if they harass our ships at sea.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 22, 2020
Or maybe our vessels are much taller so he means shoot down at? Or maybe he’s just a blithering idiot who thinks that war would be a nice diversion from a global pandemic.
And we’re basically a few hours off from Trump saying that he never urged anybody to take hydroxychloroquine and he closed of China before anybody. That’s a nasty question to even ask FAKENEWSFAKENEWSFAKENEWSFAKENEWS:
After initially downplaying the coronavirus pandemic, Fox News switched last month to touting the “Lazarus effect” of an unproven treatment for COVID-19. Media Matters has comprehensively documented Fox’s promotion of the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine, and our previous study showed Fox promoting it nearly 300 times in a two-week period.
However, promotion of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine on Fox has plummeted in recent days: In a five-day period from April 11 to April 15, the treatment was mentioned on the network 87 times. Over the next five days, April 16 to April 20, it was mentioned only 20 times — a 77% decrease in coverage.
As Fox seemed to suddenly lose interest in hydroxychloroquine, so did President Donald Trump. According to Politico, Trump’s “public statements regarding hydroxychloroquine have diminished significantly over the past week for reasons that remain unclear. His most recent mention of the drug at the White House’s daily coronavirus news conferences” came last Monday, April 13. He also mentioned it a day later when meeting with a group of Americans who had recovered from COVID-19.