Trump Shuts Down Reporter Complaining About His Use of the Phrase “Chinese Virus” [WATCH]

Mary R

Public Service Announcement: Calling a virus by the geographical location from which it originated is not racist, insensitive, or bad form. Get over yourself if you think otherwise.

Trump is holding daily press conferences to keep the American people updated on the constantly changing state of America in the coronavirus hysteria.

I think it is a great idea to have these daily press conferences so that the American people can see that Trump is doing everything in his power to help them.

He puts a lot of the answering of detailed medical and infrastructure questions on the experts he has added to his team to cut down on the spread of misinformation. Misinformation is, of course, his biggest obstacle.

You would think it is tackling the spread of the virus, but liberals hate him more than they love America. Taking Trump down doesn’t stop just because we are amid a pandemic.

The mainstream media show their real faces amid a crisis. They have repeatedly spread partial or false information to spin the narrative that Trump is not capable of handling the virus.

Even with liberal Governors from states like California and New York are praising Trump’s efforts to aid their heavily impacted residents, the MSM can’t help but push their orange-man bad always and in all way’s narrative.

Instead of asking President Trump questions that actually pertain to our nation’s infrastructure, they ask gotcha questions this:

Reporter: “China and others have criticized you for using the phrase: “Chinese-virus”. How do you feel about that? Do you guys continue to use that phrase?”

The MSM likes to paint all Republicans as racists. They jumped on the opportunity when Republicans started calling the virus, Wuhan-virus or Chinese-virus.

They want us to believe that labeling a virus by the geographical region from which the infection originated is racist.

The virus originated from Wuhan, China, and I will call it the Wuhan-flu if I want without worrying that I am being racist.