White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows: ‘We Are Not Going to Control the Pandemic’

Health experts have been warning since the start of the coronavirus pandemic that cases would surge in the fall and winter and true to predictions the United States has hit the highest 7-day average of cases since the pandemic began.

This is bad news for Donald Trump who has been downplaying the virus for months, and who in the closing days of the campaign has been falsely reassuring his crowds that we are rounding the corner.

Trump’s campaign strategy has been to ignore the pandemic and to try to make the genial and trustworthy Joe Biden the focus by depicting him as a corrupt and demented lifelong politician.

The electorate, with the exception of Trump’s cultlike followers, isn’t buying his ridiculous assertion that Biden is a corrupt politician and the reality of 222,000 deaths blows away the lie that we are rounding the corner.

The comments by White House chief of staff Mark Meadows that the US can’t control the fast-worsening pandemic is overshadowing Trump’s desperate last-ditch bid to save his reelection bid.

The trajectory of the presidential campaign and the pandemic isn’t changing, and Biden will win in a landslide, and we won’t round the corner on the pandemic until Biden is in office.

HUD Administrator Lynne Patton Biggest Uncle Tom of Trump Administration

Uncle Tom

Lynne Patton, a regional administrator at the Department of Housing and Urban Development was an unknown before her appearance before the House Oversight Committee, now she is universally reviled as a useful idiot and token black friend of the racist-in-chief.

Michael Cohen, Trump`s former personal lawyer, and fixer testified before the aforementioned committee that his former boss was a racist.

Cohen`s opinion carries a lot of weight because he was a Trump insider for over a decade.

To counter that claim, Rep. Mark Meadows, the chair of the far-right Freedom Caucus, and someone who himself has been accused of being a racist, invited Patton to Capitol Hill to serve as his prop.

When Meadows mentioned her name at the hearing, Patton who was standing right behind him, stood up so everyone could see her black ass, and didn`t utter a single word. I`m sure I wasn`t the only one who was reminded of a slave at an auction block.

“She says that as a daughter of a man born in Birmingham, Ala., that there is no way that she would work for an individual who was racist,” Meadows said. “How do you reconcile the two of those?”

As if having a black acquaintance or a black employee is proof that Trump isn`t a racist. Patton should be ashamed for allowing herself to be used in such a cynical fashion, and for letting a white man speak on her behalf.

Cohen exposed the stupidity of Meadows` stunt by responding: “Ask Miss Patton how many people who are black are executives at the Trump Organization. And the answer is zero.”

Lynn Patton will go down in infamy as the biggest Uncle Tom of the Trump administration.