From the Congressman embroiled in a legal battle against his cow avatar on twitter, comes new levels of “udder” and dangerous stupidity leaking from his mouth on television.
Last night, Devin Nunes appeared on the Laura Ingraham show on Fox News and urged students to return to school and workers to go back to their jobs as early as next week, directly contradicting advice of leading health experts and President Trump’s own guidance during his
press conference bizarre reality show earlier Tuesday afternoon. Nunes appeared to downplay the risks associated with COVID-19 at the same time more than 200,000 Americans have been infected with the virus and more than 4,000 have died. President Trump on Tuesday predicted approximately 100,000 to 250,000 Americans will die from the COVID-19 which President Trump claims should be viewed as a “huge win” since that would be less deaths than the potential of 2 million American deaths that would result if we “just let the virus ride it out like a cowboy” as Trump suggested imaginary people initially advised him was a viable option.
In the interview with Ingraham, Nunes called social distancing efforts and other steps taken to protect against COVID-19 as “way overkill,” because what else would you expect such a COWardly man to say.
Nunes was roundly criticized on Twitter for his bizarre and dangerous interview with Ingraham.
Nunes’ statements kowtows to the chorus of conspiracy theorists who have been given a platform on Fox News to downplay the risks of COVID-19 as means of doubling and tripling down on gaslighting the American public with dangerous consequences.
More Americans die as Fox and CowBoy continue to lie.