Heather Cox Richardson explains Trump’s responsibility for Covid-19 deaths in America

Heather Cox Richards writes: Today, the White House warned Americans to expect 100,000 to 240,000 deaths over the course of the pandemic; more—as many as 2.2 million-- if Americans do not strictly self-isolate. This best case scenario is close to the numbers of US Army soldiers-- 235,000—who died in battle in World War Two. Trump is trying to spin this appalling disaster as a victory. He has declared that if we are able to keep the deaths in the lower range “we all together have done a very good job.” The president and his team are eager to absolve him…

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Political Note #279 Steve Bullock US Senate Montana

Check out the website: https://lenspoliticalnotes.com  Look at the recent Daily Bits on the website.  Let them die, says Dan Patrick; Dump Trump from TV, he doesn’t matter anymore Political Note #279   Steve Bullock US Senate Montana 2020                            General Election Choose the candidate.  Which presidential candidate denounced a corrupt system dependent on the corrupt distribution of campaign money?  How about Steve Bullock https://stevebullock.com? As Montana’s Attorney General, Steve Bullock attempted to prevent the use of Citizen’s United against Montana’s 1912 law prohibiting corporate contributions to candidates and political parties. …

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 Political Note #278   Sima Ladjervadian  TX CD 02

Sima Ladjervardian's Houston has room for people whose family origins vary – not only those of her Iranian beginnings and the Latinos you would expect in Texas, but also, like the the Texas Executive  Progressive Council, which she co-founded those whose background is East Asia, South Asia, the Middle East, the Pacific Islands, even Europe. 

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Political Note #277  Sri Preston Kulkari TX CD 22

Check out the website: https://lenspoliticalnotes.com  Look at the recent Daily Bits on the website. Joe, Bernie, and Israel, From my writing class Political Note #277   Sri Preston Kulkari TX CD 22 2020                          General Election (This note is business as usual.  While the country attempts to prepare for a dangerous disease, we also need to prepare for the election in November. This Note is part of the preparation for the election.). Texas’s 22nd Congressional District looks odd. It’s not unusual for a congressional district to look odd. But, it does look odd. On the left, a profile of a face. A…

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