‘Trump’s Katrina’: MSNBC Hopes Americans Die from Coronavirus to Hurt President
MSNBC is hoping that thousands of Americans will die from the Coronavirus just to hurt Donald Trump politically.
By: Warner Todd Huston
On the network’s Friday afternoon show, Deadline White House, hosted by left-leaning Nicole Wallace, the panel were seen nearly pumping their hands in glee over the thought of dead Americans, especially if it hurts Trump.
These hate-filled, liberal loons waxed pathetic in their hope that the Coronavirus could end up being “Trump’s Katrina.”
Of course, the reference to Katrina is the widely held media lie that George W. Bush responded badly to Hurricane Katrina, exacerbated the crisis, and caused more Americans to die than otherwise would have.
The left-media claims that Katrina “showed how incompetent” Bush was. The contention is all based on lies, granted, but that is the left-media’s mantra when talking of the government’s hurricane response.
So, on Friday, Wallace and her crew of ghouls ramped up their hope that Americans would die and create “Trump’s Katrina.”
Panel guest Eddie Glaude Jr., a hardcore, left-wing Princeton University professor, kicked off the wish that they could exploit this hoped for new “Katrina.”
“I was thinking about this in terms of politics, the business community, kinda finally not sticking with Donald Trump. This may be, you know Nicolle, I should mention this with a little trepidation, but this may be Donald Trump’s Katrina,” Glaude told the panel.
Wallace gleefully jumped in to go with the concept.
“Let’s just lean into that for a minute. Katrina was the moment when all of the things that felt incredibly incompetent about the Bush presidency … were realized,” she bloviated.
Wallace then added that Bush’s response to Katrina gave his critics a “proof point” that he was “incompetent.”
“And also people died,” Wallace added. “This has the makings, structurally, for the same kind of moment for President Trump.”
Glaude also insisted that coronavirus “is an event that could take down a president.”
Just look at these inhuman ghouls:
MSNBC’s @esglaude Jr. on the Coronavirus: “This may be Donald Trump’s Katrina.”@NicolleDWallace: “Let’s just lean into that for a minute … this has the makings, structurally, of the same kind of moment” pic.twitter.com/bNjTTpbmjl
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) March 6, 2020
Again, let’s “lean into that for a moment.” Nicole Wallace and MSNBC are desperately hoping that thousands of Americans die so that they have some political weapon with which to attack Trump.
How sick is that?
About the Author: Warner Todd Huston has been writing editorials and news since 2001 but started his writing career penning articles about U.S. history back in the early 1990s. Huston has appeared on Fox News, Fox Business Network, CNN, and several local Chicago News programs to discuss the issues of the day. Additionally, he is a regular guest on radio programs from coast to coast. Huston has also been a Breitbart News contributor since 2009. Warner works out of the Chicago area, a place he calls a “target rich environment” for political news. Follow Warner Todd Huston on facebook.
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