During an interview with far-left MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace on Thursday, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer once again promoted the debunked claim that President Trump called the coronavirus a “hoax.”
The comments from the minority leader were sparked when Wallace commented on a story from the New York Times “about a former top vaccine doctor [Rick Bright] who was ousted from his position” and questioned if there is “a more robust oversight role for science right now in the executive branch that” Schumer would “advocate.”
“There has to be,” Schumer said. “This is science, and because so many in the administration haven’t listened to science is one of the reasons we’re in trouble here. And it says another thing, Nicole.”
“Everyone has seen how Donald Trump has behaved during coronavirus, so much of a concern about himself rather than helping people, pushing it under the rug, calling it a hoax, saying it will go away, delaying the activities we need.”
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Schumer has proven himself to be a total disaster since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis in America.
Earlier in the month, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Schumer issued a joint statement where they blamed Republicans for stalling coronavirus relief measures right after the two Democrats halted the passage of the coronavirus stimulus relief package.
“We have real problems facing this country, and it’s time for the Republicans to quit the political posturing by proposing bills they know will not pass either chamber and get serious and work with us towards a solution,” Pelosi and Schumer said.
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