Fauci whacks McKinley, Trump not kidding on testing, and more
Our local representative, David McKinley, tries to blame Fauci on masks and Fauci has none of it
BREAKING NEWS: Dr. Fauci puts the smack down at @EnergyCommerce hearing when @RepMcKinley tries to blame Dr. Fauci as to why masks were not recommend earlier.
“Oh, so we’re going to play that game, let me explain to you what happened....” . . .
Trump/McKinley Paycheck Protection Program edition
On Tuesday, our local congressman, David McKinley, retweeted the following from the GOP and the White House:
The #PaycheckProtectionProgram is helping small businesses across the country, especially the smallest and hardest hit.
In fact, 1 million out of the first 1.6 million #PPPLoans went to businesses with 10 employees or less. . . .
Despite more news and greater coverage, our local congressman and local “newspapers” continue to ignore the story
Just out, from the San Francisco Chronicle:
Exclusive: Coronavirus cleanup crews on infected Navy ship using T-shirts for masks
Yesterday, in The Hill:
More than 200 sailors aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt test positive for coronavirus
Yesterday, in Politico:
House panel to . . .
The Wheeling Intelligencer and our local representative, David McKinley, have had nothing to say about the Captain Brett Crozier story
I have a hunch that my blog-readers are aware of how Commander Brett Crozier was relieved of his duties for publicly calling attention to an outbreak of coronavirus aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt. In very recent developments, it was announced yesterday that Crozier has tested positive for the coronavirus. This morning, Reuters reported . . .
Representative McKinley and now Senator Capito are concerned about the future of minor league baseball. What about Bob Nutting and the Wheeling Intelligencer?
From The Hill:
Congress and MLB are barreling toward a showdown over the league’s plans to eliminate 42 minor league franchises across the country ahead of the 2021 season.
The league insists the plan is needed to improve the finances of minor league baseball and conditions for developing players. But MLB is facing . . .
A look at franking and earmarks
Franking is the “privilege of sending mail without payment of postage” that allows members of congress to send mail about government business without paying for it.
West Virginia AG Patrick Morrisey adds his name to the long list of term limit hypocrites
Here is Patrick Morrisey’s position on term limits in January of 2015 as reported by the Huntington Herald-Dispatch:
Morrisey defeated five-term incumbent Darrell McGraw in 2012 to become the first Republican attorney general in West Virginia since 1933. Vowing not to serve any more than two terms, Morrisey said he thinks it . . .