Washington Times Opinion Editor Charles Hurt Claims Trump “Fixed” the Covid-19 Pandemic

Journalist Charles Hurt, who is currently the opinion editor of the conservative outlet The Washington Times, claimed President Donald Trump “fixed” the Covid-19 pandemic.

“The president realized that the only way through this crisis was to figure out how to fix it,” he said during an appearance on “Fox and Friends.” “And it turns out he did fix it and all of the situation we have now where you have the drug companies slow-walking the drugs and the FDA slow-walking the approval drug, the real reason Trump didn’t win in a landslide is because the whole thing, whether it’s the insanely negative media, Democrats making up lies about him, or the mail-in voting done under the cover of Covid, all of that, when President Trump says the election was rigged, I don’t blame him for saying that.” read more

Kilmeade: Twitter and Facebook Are “Stopping the Message of the White House and the Current President from Getting Out”

“Fox and Friends” host Brian Kilmeade accused Twitter and Facebook of conspiring to ensure President Donald Trump’s messaging doesn’t reach its audience.

“Aren’t they accomplishing their goal?” Kilmeade asked in an interview with White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, adding that both companies are “stopping the message of the White House and the current president from getting out.” read more

Opinion: Lindsey Graham Exemplifies Racist Incoherence Complaining About Monument Removal

Many Americans have been compelled by the recent mass protests to seek a fuller understanding of United States history and particularly the African American experience in that history, up to and including ongoing racism, discrimination, and violence against people of color. Black bookstores in particular are being flooded with orders for literary works that portray African American experiences, historical studies that chronicle U.S. history from an African American experience, and books that offer sociological analyses of race and racism in the U.S.  Even Amazon Prime created a category featuring films and television shows about African American life, culture, and history. read more