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Chronology: Trump Was On Top Of Coronavirus While Biden Mocked: No media or Nancy Pelosi false narratives or phony Joe Biden campaign ad can change the truth about the real chronology of the coronavirus.

The FDA Graveyard: Absurd Bureaucratic strictures are hindering the efforts to fight Covid-19
Americans are dying daily because of FDA regulations that have repeatedly delayed testing for the Covid-19 virus and impeded the manufacture and deployment of masks and other protective equipment.

Pelosi Says Congress Will NOT Reopen In April, Warns Trump Not To Restart Economy: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi told Politico Friday that she is considering keeping the House of Representatives out of session longer than the April 20th return-from-recess date, and may not bring Congress back until well into May — and she’s warned President Donald Trump to keep the country under lockdown even longer.

Not everyone is getting a $1,200 coronavirus stimulus check: Not everyone qualifies for one of the payments, which will be distributed under a new federal law that aims to give Americans a quick cash infusion and help the economy recover from the devastation wreaked by the coronavirus pandemic.

Virus-Panicked Liberal Gun Buyers Are Getting Angry When They Discover Their Own Gun Control Laws: My friend’s father owns a gun range near me and she said he’s seen a huge amount of liberals coming in to purchase weapons in recent weeks. How does he know they’re liberals? “They’re shocked to discover they can’t just walk out of the store with a gun.”

Texas to Ease Copronavirus Lockdown: Republican governor of Texas Greg Abbott said he plans to allow businesses to reopen with an executive order that would lift the coronavirus lockdown in a "safe" way. Abbott said Texas, which would be the world's 11th largest economy it were an independent country, could find a balance between personal safety and economic security.

Don’t Let Liberals Federalize Elections: You have no constitutional “right” to vote by mail. You have no constitutional “right” to vote six days after an election is over. Nor do you have any “right” to censor information related to an election. Not even during a pandemic.

As Trump Battles Coronavirus, Democrats Plot More Partisan Probes: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has spent the last three-plus years investigating President Trump, and each time she’s come up empty. But she’s going to give it another go, this time as Americans are locked down while the coronavirus sweeps across the nation.


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