Coronavirus & The Killing of the U.S. Economy
“You can’t cure or end the pandemic by killing our economy,” Tom Fitton states in his recent Weekly Update segment on the Coronavirus.
When it comes to the coronavirus, the “best way to get people on their feet is to get them back to work,” Fitton states. While the “giant” stimulus package will help many with immediate cash, the economic impact of the country being shut down could leave us “facing 20-30 million unemployed,” a “very dangerous” consequence of the hysteria of many local governments across the country.
Critical of the almost nation-wide lockdown, Fitton states that “there’s got to be a way of moving forward while taking care of people’s health.” Shutting down the country cannot be the solution, and as Fitton has alluded to throughout the crisis, it will detriment the long-term public health of our communities. To date, “there’s nothing in the White House guidelines that says “shut down everything in your State”.” On the contrary, “we’ve got to care for the sick and make sure our economy is able to function.” Ultimately, we need to get America moving again, and not depend on the CDC/FDA timeline which “left to their own devices would only figure out these drugs months from now.”
What’s more, with FBI shutting down all FOIA requests, there will be “no transparency during this key part of our country’s history.” “We’ve also just learned from the State Dept. that they’ve shut down their FOIA operation indefinitely as well.” Instituting the indefinite moratorium on FOIA requests, the FBI and State Dept. are delaying Judicial Watch’s investigations into the Bidens, Spygate, and Hillary Clinton, making these agencies virtually unaccountable by any practical means.
Let us know what you think of the #coronavirus lock down, and call your Governors to get America open again!