Obama GOLFED During H1N1 Emergency

Imagine if President Donald Trump golfed at any point in the last couple of weeks. The media would have fricasseed him.

Instead of golfing, President Trump rose to the occasion. And his decisive actions saved lives.

Moreover, he calmed the nation despite the attempts by Leftists to panic us. Trump acted so presidential that former detractors praised him. People like Dana Bash of CNN called the president’s response, “remarkable”. Governors Gavin Newsome and Andrew Cuomo praised President Trump in ways nobody thought possible.

Still, other Leftists tried to undermine the president and his administration. Because for them, the stakes are so high, that losing the next election isn’t an option. The public health and well-being be damned.

Leftists hoped for more people to die. Many blamed the president for a disease that originated in China. When President Trump called the disease the “Chinese Virus”, promptly and predictably Leftists called him racist.

Unfortunately for the Left, all their efforts to blame Trump will fail. Trump will stay the course, as he has since he announced his run for the presidency. His steadfast attitude of MAGA shows in all his policy moves. And Americans know who put people over politics.

So President Trump and other Republicans will be rewarded on November 3, 2020 at the polls. And there is nothing the Left can do about it.

Americans no longer believe the press. They witness daily the duplicitous nature of the lying skanks who make up the media.

PJ Media made this point recently, comparing the H1N1 Virus with that of the Chinese Wuhan Virus:

In retrospect, it seems the media was determined to prevent widespread panic, even as the H1N1 virus spread, and Obama faced criticism for failing to take common-sense measures to slow down the spread. When the pandemic was over, in the United States alone there were over 60 million cases of H1N1, 274,304 hospitalizations, and 12,469 deaths due to H1N1. Not once during the pandemic did Obama impose any travel bans. Schools didn’t shut down en masse, your favorite sports leagues didn’t cancel their seasons, concerts weren’t postponed, bars and restaurants weren’t shut down. In retrospect, the Obama administration didn’t take the threat seriously enough to make the tough decisions to reduce the rate of infection, and the media didn’t make it their cause to undermine him and create panic. In fact, they did the exact opposite. Here’s what the New York Times reported at the time:

Mr. Obama added, “We want to ensure that in the worst-case scenario, we can manage the situation appropriately.”

The president’s comments came at the end of a weeklong balancing act in which his public words and actions were carefully measured to summon a sense of urgency without setting off a panic. It was no coincidence, his aides said, that he played golf the day his administration declared a national emergency. And there were behind-the-scenes worries about whether he would be ridiculed for using a presidential news conference to urge people to wash their hands.

Can you imagine if President Trump played golf right after declaring a national emergency? Do you think if he had, the New York Times would have credited him with trying not to set off a panic? Obviously they wouldn’t. But Obama could do no wrong, even though at the end of the pandemic there were over 12,000 dead.

As of this writing, death by Chinese Wuhan virus has grown to a whopping 205.

Hardly a pandemic. And not even worthy of coverage when compared to H1N1.

The article continues,

But Barack Obama went golfing to show we shouldn’t panic over a pandemic that caused an average of 1,000 deaths a month and was praised for it. President Trump declared a national emergency two days after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a global pandemic. He was subsequently mocked by many for his announcement because he had previously urged the public not to panic.

Obama didn’t declare H1N1 a national emergency until four months after WHO declared it a pandemic. A thousand Americans had died by that point. But, according to the New York Times, all was well because Obama could still play golf.

To reiterate: President Trump declared an emergency two days after the WHO; Obama declared an emergency four months after the WHO.

But who got the pass? Easy answer. And we know why.

Until the media changes their evil ways, not many Americans will trust them.




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