Trump's White House Continue To Infect Americans With Lies

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Published on 5 Oct 2020, 17:00
The timeline. The need for supplemental oxygen. His overall health statistics. The administration has been misleading the public for nearly a week at this point, but we only learned about the deception on Friday. And just as the virus spreads through members of the White House and the Republican Party, so too are the lies that are infecting countless Americans. Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins discusses this.

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*This transcript was generated by a third-party transcription software company, so please excuse any typos.

I'm going a hell of a weekend, right? Uh, starting on Friday with Donald Trump, uh, being airlifted to Walter Reed hospital, watching that helicopter sit outside the white house for, for nearly an hour. After it showed up to immediately take him wondering what was going on. Then the president comes out, goes to the hospital. We get kind of mixed reports. He's doing great. He's not doing so great. Oh, he's making a great recovery. Oh, the next 48 hours are vital. Oh, his O two stats are bad. They're good. Uh, he just found out about it this morning. Oh, he's known about it for 72 hours. Nobody from the white house to the doctors who came out and did their little daily press conferences. Nobody told us the absolute truth. We were getting different stories, contradicting the previous stories that we had heard, but the 72 hour thing that we found out on Saturday, that is the one that stood out the motion.

That is the one that opened a lot of people's eyes to the fact that Trump knew that he had tested positive for COVID-19 going back to Wednesday morning, the morning after the debate. And most of us didn't even know up to that point that Donald Trump had actually shown up late to the debate seemingly intentional so that he didn't have to take the COVID test. You can't convince me that that wasn't intentional. And then suddenly Wednesday morning is his first bull. You don't show up late for a test on Tuesday evening, take the test on Monday or Wednesday morning, the next morning and find out you're positive. The, the, the, the, the lock of that, no, the universe is not working in his favor in that way. Bull. We have been lied to by this administration, by the doctors, by everyone all weekend long, and apparently all the way back to last week as well.

We have been being lied to by this administration kind of growing list here of all the things that we know we've, we've been lied to about, uh, lied about the timeline. They lied about him needing oxygen. They lied about his OTU stats, a witch we're really actually pretty bad over the weekend. Uh, they've had lies of omission. And that actually goes back to the needing oxygen thing by originally not telling us. And then finally telling us lies of omission are a big, big deal. Especially in this particular circumstance, uh, sending out the pictures, you know, the lies of them sending out the pictures of him, allegedly working, like sitting at the table. When it turns out he's just writing his name, like practicing his signature on a blank piece of paper, using a Sharpie. Like when you zoom in on that, that's all it is.

It's a blank piece of copy paper with his signature on it. And they expect us to just buy into this without zooming in on our phones and saying, Oh, wait, that's not an actual work document. You're just practicing writing your name. Oh, wow. Yeah, my son's in kindergarten.
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