Trump’s flunkies really believe everyone is as corrupt as they are

The blivet setting ethical standards for the GOP

President Donald Trump believes that the coronavirus death toll is being exaggerated, Axios reported Wednesday…The news site further quoted two anonymous senior administration officials as speculating that hospitals might be misdiagnosing patients with the novel coronavirus to get extra money from Medicare.

Medicare is offering a 20% bonus for coronavirus patients because hospitals have had to pause a lot of their routine care and procedures that bring in revenue…

Experts say that if anything the coronavirus death toll is being underreported because many people are dying without being tested, and some states are not counting “probable” coronavirus deaths in their totals. Coroners have even been asking for test kits to get more accurate coronavirus numbers on the dead.

But, then, no one in the Trump Mafia is “expert” in anything other than stealing from the public till.

2 thoughts on “Trump’s flunkies really believe everyone is as corrupt as they are

  1. Judas Goat says:

    💀 “As deaths mount, Trump tries to convince Americans it’s safe to inch back to normal”
    💀 “One-Third of All U.S.Coronavirus Deaths Are Nursing Home Residents or Workers” The death toll is the U.S. is now over 78,000. more than 2,500 new cases in Florida since reopening Monday
    💀 “Three members of the White House coronavirus task force, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, placed themselves in quarantine after contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, another stark reminder that not even one of the nation’s most secure buildings is immune from the virus.”
    💀 “China has issued a lengthy rebuttal of what it said were 24 “preposterous allegations” by some leading U.S. politicians over its handling of the new coronavirus outbreak.” “…A 30-page, 11,000-word article posted on the foreign ministry website on Saturday night repeated and expanded on the refutations made during the press briefings, and began by invoking Abraham Lincoln, the 19th century U.S. president. “As Lincoln said, you can fool some of the people all the time and fool all the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time,” it said in the prologue.
    💀 “In the early days of the pandemic, the U.S. government turned down an offer to manufacture millions of N95 masks in America

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