Dan Crenshaw Injects Facts Into the Debate After Hillary Clinton Attempts a Wuhan Virus Timeline Dunk on Trump

Hillary Clinton smiles as she is introduced at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., Friday, May 25, 2018. Harvard University’s Radcliffe Institute honored Clinton with the 2018 Radcliffe Medal. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

The Washington Post has received a lot of ooohs and aaahs and back pats from journalists as well as Democrats (but I repeat myself) for publishing a report on Monday that those praising them believe is the most definitive timeline of the Trump administration’s handling of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak.

The report is deceptive on a number of fronts, which we’ll get to in a minute, but that didn’t stop failed 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton from weighing in with her .02. Never one to let a crisis go to waste when it involves dunking on Trump, Clinton took to the Twitter machine yesterday to echo the article’s claims, and to urge people to vote Trump out in November:

Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX), who has been on the warpath against the media/left’s phony timeline narratives over the last several weeks, saw Clinton’s tweet and injected some inconvenient truths into the debate.

Among other things, Crenshaw noted that the it was the Washington Post’s downplaying of the Wuhan coronavirus until it became convenient to blame Trump that was the real issue:

Crenshaw wasn’t the only one:

There’s still a lot we’re learning about who knew/did what and when regarding the early days of the U.S.’s knowledge of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak (no thanks to China and their World Health Organization mouthpieces).

But quite frankly I don’t trust a single thing the national press reports about the timeline, especially considering they’re so busy lying about their own timeline of downplaying the threat from the Wuhan coronavirus.

Sister Toldjah
Based in North Carolina, Sister Toldjah is a former liberal and a 16+ year writer with an emphasis on media bias, social issues, and the culture wars.
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