I kind of got a cure for this. I only drink one drink a day, it just happens to be a bottle. Of good old Belvedere. You know, you just drink one of these a day — you know, sippy-sippy on a little McDonald's Diet Coke, you know, wash it down pretty good. Never have a hangover. And that's the way you kill this coronavirus, I believe.
The World Health Organization: "Consuming alcohol will not destroy the virus, and its consumption is likely to increase the health risks if a person becomes infected with the virus."A big thank you to @PGA_JohnDaly who has always been one of our biggest fans. John thank you for the friendship. Everyone at @TrumpGolf truly loves you! #StaySafe #AmericaTogether pic.twitter.com/coWifMSa3W— Trump Golf (@TrumpGolf) April 9, 202
In 2017, Daly played golf with Trump and visited the White House.
Idaho Representative Heather Scott compared Governor Brad Little to Adolf Hitler last Thursday, saying the stay-at-home orders imposed during the coronavirus pandemic are "no different" than the Nazis putting Jews on trains to extermination camps.
[W]hen you have government telling you that your business is essential or non-essential, yours is non-essential and someone else's is essential, we have a problem there. I mean, that's no different than Nazi Germany where you had government telling people either you were an essential worker or a non-essential worker, and the non-essential workers got put on a train. ... You can't take away people's lives and property without compensation, and that's exactly what he would be doing. I mean, they are already calling him Little Hitler — Gov. Little Hitler.***
***Here's what the politics debate looks like in Trump World these days. https://t.co/yh2fW0aRmH pic.twitter.com/D6i5j08wNm— Laura McGann (@lkmcgann) April 20, 2020
***The guy who lied us into the Iraq War buying an off-brand PS4 controller and yelling about how it’s China’s fault is a pretty good summary of how we got here https://t.co/UNEmsgMbLI— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) April 20, 2020
***It beggars belief that we’ve become numb to this mob boss rhetoric from the president https://t.co/OnHz7uzSr8— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) April 20, 2020
***This video of a nurse who is on the frontlines of this pandemic being told to “go to China” has gotta be the most insane thing I’ve seen on Twitter dot com in the 11 years I’ve been on this platform. And I used to report ISIS accounts for a living.pic.twitter.com/5E4Hi6P7DR— Mari Manoogian 🧼🤚🏽 (@MariManoogian) April 20, 2020
Trump keeps noting in this clip that he limited travel from China before there had been any COVID-19 deaths in America, but the fact that we’ve had 41,000+ deaths since that move only shows how incomplete and ineffective that one action was. https://t.co/TaQpRYTHmg— Kevin M. Kruse (@KevinMKruse) April 20, 2020
It’s literally the only thing he can point to until mid-March. Embarrassing.— Spice T (@LegallySpicey) April 20, 2020
He did not ban "China" from coming in. He banned people from Wuhan, and then, only Chinese citizens, not Americans who had been exposed. There was no testing at airports, and there still isn't.— Billie Jo Gentry (@equiss_folly) April 20, 2020
Travel ban. pic.twitter.com/nXkGyD36zN— Sean OFarrell (@skofarrell) April 20, 2020
And truly didn't do....— JCStew (@JCStew1313) April 20, 2020
If you are Air China, is there any reason to fly repeatedly at the end of March from Beijing to LAX, if the plane is empty?
No, planes were not empty. There was no BAN. pic.twitter.com/dyxWz01AB2
***There’s a murderer in the house.— Laura Hagan (@hagan_laura) April 20, 2020
“Nope. I locked the door.”
He got in the window.
“Not my fault. I locked the door.”
Can you help stop the murderer?
“I already locked the door. What more do you want?”
But he got in anyway.
“I locked the door early! Praise my foresight!”
Two months ago, on February 20, neither US nor South Korea had yet recorded a death from the virus.— James Fallows (@JamesFallows) April 20, 2020
On March 20, South Korea had 100 total covid deaths, and US had 150.
Today, April 20, South Korea has had a total of 236 deaths. The US has passed 40,000https://t.co/eyqsFAWTyN pic.twitter.com/upiLJK6EI5
We have a larger population also. You are comparing apples to oranges.— Daniel Harrison (@DanielH62768534) April 20, 2020
US has about 6 times as many people.— James Fallows (@JamesFallows) April 20, 2020
It has about 160 times as many deaths.
That’s not a fair comparison. South Korea is a first-world country— thehuntinghome (@thehuntinghome) April 20, 2020
More than 96 per cent of US Covid deaths to date were unnecessary. Had we responded like South Korea, we would have a total of 1,495 deaths instead of 40,683. A disgraceful performance by the Trump administration.— woken giant (@wokengiant) April 20, 2020
New paper: "Viewership of Hannity relative to Tucker Carlson Tonight is strongly associated with a greater number of COVID-19 cases and deaths in the early stages of the pandemic." https://t.co/vShA56cD9T— Christopher Ingraham (@_cingraham) April 20, 2020
Imagine what the difference is between Hannity and an non-Fox news show.