End Political Transmissions

Submitted by ub on Tue, 03/24/2020 - 04:15

As the USA could possibly become a new hub of the outbreak, according to the World Health Organization, Americans need to hear from real physicians and medical experts, not spin doctors. The public should not be watching a government response to the COVID-19 pandemic through partisan eyes but with a microscope. USA taxpayers must insist on being the priority, not the major corporations which received a stimulus package and used it to buy back stocks. The average American is the one who pays taxes and they should insist on being the focus of a massive payback.

The major broadcast and cable TV network news organizations are starting to cutaway from POTUS political repetitions and endless rambling by finally taking a giant step in the right direction by dropping out from Donald Trump’s briefings. They should now hold the administration's feet to the fire and insist on providing benefits for #We The People. The coronavirus stimulus can’t be a corporate bail-out. Americans need a new plan for relief. Since worst of the pandemic is yet to come, Americans should only be listening to the medical experts.

City Images recommends that unless experts are providing valuable information they could be doing a Public Service and broadcasting for the greater good as well as exercising an even greater power to the American people if they stopped airing them altogether.

Republicans should not place corporations ahead of the immediate needs of the American people.
It appears that these so-called daily briefings are being used as electronic Cam Pain rallies to satisfy Trump's flawed GOP political party message, which under a more fair practice could have fallen under the equal time rule.

The equal-time rule specifies that USA radio and television broadcast stations must provide an equivalent opportunity to any opposing political candidates who request it. However, since 1983, political debates not hosted by the media station are considered "news events," and as a result, are not subject to the rule.

On August 22, 2011, the FCC voted to remove the rule that implemented the Fairness Doctrine, along with more than 80 other rules and regulations, from the Federal Register directing a "government-wide review of regulations already on the books" to eliminate unnecessary legislation.

His diss information rallies can be summed up in three of his quotes. "I take no responsibility at all" "We're not shipping clerks." It's a two way street, governors have to be nice and respectful" What will he say next?

Trump Can’t Even Imitate a Normal President
He couldn’t keep the impression of going for an entire press briefing. https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/03/coronavirus-trying-ma…

I’m going to keep pushing.’ Anthony Fauci tries to make the White House listen to facts of the pandemic
https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/03/i-m-going-keep-pushing-anthony-…

Testing blunders crippled US response as coronavirus spread
https://apnews.com/c335958b1f8f6a37b19b421bc7759722

In Daily Coronavirus Briefing, Trump Tries to Redefine Himself https://nyti.ms/2xgpnYT

Over the past two weeks, President Trump has turned the all-but-abandoned briefing room into the set of a largely unscripted television series that has gripped, worried and (depending on one’s political affiliation) infuriated viewers. The New Trump Show: ‘I’ve Gotten to Like This Room’
https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2020/03/25/trump-coronavirus-whi…

What you need to know today about the virus outbreak
https://apnews.com/cc47462e597073e8cca43f8409be0c6d

Meanwhile, Polls show that the partisan divide in the U.S. over concern about the coronavirus has started to close. Both Democrats and Republicans say they’re growing more concerned about an outbreak in their local areas.

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