On 31 January, as President Trump is not shy about reminding Americans at his daily briefings, the President banned U.S. travel with China.
The Chronology of the Coronavirus
- The Center for Disease Control (CDC) was assuring Americans that the risk to America was low.
- The World Health Organization (WHO) was covering for China.
- Democrats were trying to impeach the president.
- Biden was attacking the decision as xenophobic.
Think about this, writes Cleta Mitchell in The Federalist:
- 28 January: the WHO praised China for its “speed and openness” in dealing with the virus.
- 28 January: President Trump expanded U.S. airport screenings to identify travelers showing symptoms and instituted mandatory quarantines.
- 30 January: the WHO declared a global health emergency of international concern.
It is impossible to overestimate the number of American lives saved by Trump’s momentous decision on 31 January to close travel between the U.S. and China, Ms. Mitchell reminds readers.
And no media or Pelosi false narratives or phony Biden campaign ad can change the truth about the real chronology of the coronavirus.
13 March: President Trump Declares a National Emergency
If Nancy Pelosi believes the president should have done something at the beginning, when exactly does she think was the ‘beginning’?
Was it during the impeachment proceedings that Pelosi instigated?
Shouldn’t Pelosi and her fellow Democrats bear responsibility for what is their narrative of Trump’s failure to focus on the coronavirus back in January?