Trudeau’s Corona Response – De-Blasio Gym
Trudeau warns against ‘knee-jerk’ reactions to coronavirus as Canada issues travel advisory
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says knee-jerk reactions to the novel coronavirus will not keep people safe, as he defended Canada’s decision not to close its borders to foreign nationals coming from regions where the outbreak is spreading.
Journalist Bob Fife Criticizes Trudeau Government’s Handling Of Coronavirus Impact
Highly-respected journalist Robert Fife, who broke the news story on the Trudeau PMO pressuring Jody Wilson-Raybould on SNC-Lavalin, has criticized the response of the Trudeau government to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak.
In a series of clips, Fife contrasts the response in Canada and the US, noting that the government here appears to be “slow” in reaction to the virus and the potential impacts.
Mayor Bill de Blasio defends gym trip because he needs to stay healthy to make the decisions for everyone else
We almost thought this video wasn’t real, and then we almost didn’t believe the headline as we were typing it. If you want to know what has New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio concerned Monday night, it’s that President Trump called COVID-19 in a tweet the Chinese virus:
If you’re looking for someone to pin this crisis on, try the guy who made up a phony Google website or promised testing kits that he STILL hasn’t delivered.
Our Asian-American communities — people YOU serve — are already suffering. They don’t need you fueling more bigotry. https://t.co/jjcO7treC2
— Mayor Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) March 17, 2020
Social media feeds thank Covid-19 truckers
We’ve said it before: If you got it, a truck brought it.
Social media feeds have been filled with memes and messages in recent days, thanking the truck drivers who keep freight moving. Here are a few examples that have crossed our own social media feeds.
Help slow the curve. Our truckers are doing their jobs, do yours & stay at home! Say thanks to our drivers! 🚛🚚 pic.twitter.com/ttNVoMKobn
— CTA (@CanTruck) March 23, 2020
The APTA would like to express gratitude to all the people that work in the trucking industry & their families for their continued dedication & support during this time of need. Thank you for your service! If you bought it, a truck brought it! pic.twitter.com/0owd7iVHyR
— APTA_Trucking (@APTA_Trucking) March 18, 2020