While Trump Attacks Obama Who Hasn’t Been President For Three Years, And Pushes For Reopening The Country, His Own Administration Is Reporting That There Are Now Spikes Of Coronavirus In The Country

By Theodore Shoebat

Recently, Fauci told the New York Times in an email that “If we skip over the checkpoints in the guidelines to: ‘Open America Again,’ then we risk the danger of multiple outbreaks throughout the country.” He added a dire warning I doubt conservatives will take seriously: “This will not only result in needless suffering and death, but would actually set us back on our quest to return to normal”.

Trump has gone on to accuse Democrat states of slowing down reopening to deliberately hurt him his political campaign, all the while he is deliberately ignoring health experts who are warning how reopening will spark spikes of coronavirus spread. In the midst of the worst pandemic to hit the US since the influenza crises of 1918, Trump is busy attacking Obama who hasn’t been president in THREE YEARS and who Trump is accusing of having conducted a conspiracy to destroy the Trump administration. And this is the guy who conservatives have lauded and praised as one who cares about Americans, when the reality is that in the middle of a pandemic that has wiped out tens of thousands of Americans, he wants you to focus on Obama. As Trump pushes for reopening while chiding states for being hesitant about reopening, experts within the White House are already talking about a spike in coronavirus in parts of the country, according to a report from NBC Bay Area:

Coronavirus infection rates are spiking to new highs in several metropolitan areas and smaller communities across the country, according to undisclosed data the White House’s pandemic task force is using to track rates of infection, which was obtained by NBC News.

The data contained in a May 7 coronavirus task force report are at odds with President Donald Trump’s Monday declaration that “all throughout the country, the numbers are coming down rapidly.”

The top 10 areas saw surges of 72.4 percent or greater over a seven-day period compared to the prior week, according to a set of tables produced for the task force by its Data and Analytics unit. They include Nashville, Tennessee; Des Moines, Iowa; Amarillo, Texas; and — atop the list with a 650 percent increase — Central City, Kentucky.