MrBone wrote on Mar 2, 2020, 09:07:
Please learn to research information before posting, Beamer.
Beamer wrote on Mar 2, 2020, 07:24:
MrBone wrote on Mar 2, 2020, 07:20:
The president never said that it was a hoax. Stop spreading lies.
So what, exactly, did he call a hoax? The concern over it?
That he wasn't handling it very well?
He has misspelled the name multiple times in tweets, which implies to me he hasn't really been reading much about it. Anyone reading about it can spell it, and you'd hope a President would have daily briefings, even if just one sentence on it. Meanwhile, new reports are that it was being spread unchecked for weeks in Washington, where we're now seeing fatalities, despite the President saying it wasn't in the US.
What, exactly, was the hoax?
Use your words - what did he call a hoax?
That link isn't clear, so I'd like you to be. It says he calls the politicizing of the coronavirus a hoax. I'd love for you to detail that out. What have democrats said that is a hoax.
As a reminder, a hoax is a deception. What was said that was deceptive?
In 2014, the GOP tried extremely hard to politicize ebola, which was a weird one. No one said anything was a hoax.
So, again, what, specifically, is the hoax? That coronavirus is a highly contagious disease with a fatality rate above 2%? That it's in the US, and appears to have been for weeks? That we already have confirmed fatalities? That we actually have a whistleblower saying the government handled this poorly at the military bases, leading to it spreading to the public near them?