Today he complained that there will be prime time hearings on the Insurrection, but none on inflation, gas prices or anything the GOP sees as harmful to Biden.
We should have hearings on the Insurrection, and after that, lets have prime time hearings on gas prices, inflation etc. Lets bring Big Oil CEOs in to face Katie Porter. Lets bring the baby formula manufacturers in to ask about their contingency plans to manage shutdowns due to emergencies or, as recently occurred, FDA violations. Lets bring in big Pharma to face questions on insulin prices.
I could go on, but I say lets take McCarthy up on his suggestion. Have prime time hearings on these issues.
This was a topic of interest last night. Found an article that might answer some questions:
One whose God prioritizes privacy and individual bodily autonomy ?
It would seem that religious freedom to choose would have to be respected based on prior SCOTUS decisions
Juat gave an excellent speech and now onstage for Q&A
1) Jen Psaki is hitting her stride. Appears more comfortable. Kudos to Jen for not taking the bait. Why should Biden weigh in on Arkansas Governor race. This isnt the office of the twice impeached president..
2) Some in the media still doesnt understand the issues of importance to the country. Asking daily about Bidens opinion on the impeachment trial doesnt help a single life.
3j The media knows there will be a CDC briefing tomorrow. The questions asked today about the vaccine, given this information, makes no sense.
4) Questioners really should consider whether they are asking a question that does more than split hairs. Whether we have herd immunity early or late summer to me is splitting hairs.
5) judging by some of these questions, the media seems to assume Bidens policies are fully implemented. There is a lot to address given the mess Biden has to clean up.
6) it seems some of the media knows little about the legislative process. I believe i hear someone ask every day, how long Biden will negotiate with the GOP. If I didnt know better, I would think the world was going to end if a relief package isnt passed by Friday.
Im already hearing media debates over perceived competing interests of impeachment versus advancement of Joes agenda. Nonsense. This will continue, so dont take the bait. Leave the. impeachment issue in the background until the trial. Take a tip from Stacey Abrams, who is THE best communicator we have, currently. During the recent GA Senate election, interviewers would ask her about Trump. She declined to speak about him, and immediately pivoted to the election. Perfection.
Emotions are running hot. It was obvious in speeches yesterday and its understandable, given the horror of the January insurrection. Dems need to synchronize communication to be clear, concise and focused on the agenda that got Joe elected.
The media is asking too many questions about Trump, the loser. The media needs to look forward, or their networks need to send new journalists. Enough.
We are all familiar with super spreader events. However none of them had readily available pre-event testing that I am aware of. Yes, we know there are false negative tests. Nevertheless a few questions have crossed my mind.
1) Was everyone tested before the SCOTUS party last week? The Notre Dame president claimed he was, so I assumed all others were as well. Imagine a false negative from someone who sheds enough virus to infect that many people. Its mind-numbing.
2) What test was used? I hear it was the Abbott test. Who administered it, who ran it and did they use the proper procedure and equipment?
3) If Chris Wallace was correct and the Tump team wasnt tested before the debate, why did they do that? Were they concerned about a possible positive. It just doesnt make sense to avoid testing when you claim to test a lot.
The other possibility is that the SCOTUS party wasnt a super spreader event, and these folks were just a bunch of irresponsible people all got caught the same time. Of course, both could be true.
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