The following is excerpted from a February 25th article from NBC-TV San Francisco:

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi toured San Francisco’s Chinatown Monday to send a message. She said there’s no reason tourists or locals should be staying away from the area because of coronavirus concerns.

“That’s what we’re trying to do today is to say everything is fine here,” Pelosi said. “Come because precautions have been taken. The city is on top of the situation.”

As Pelosi walked from the Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory to lunch at a dim sum restaurant, she hugged friends and waved to onlookers. She downplayed the racism issue, saying she understands people are concerned about China – the epicenter of the novel coronavirus.

“But that shouldn’t be carried over to Chinatown in San Francisco,” she said. “I hope that it’s not that. But all I can say is, ‘I’m here.’ We feel safe and sound, so many of us coming here.”


-Isn’t that nancy pelosi telling us she understands people are concerned about China, but “all I can say is, ‘I’m here.’ We feel safe and sound, so many of us coming here.”?

-And isn’t that nancy pelosi specifically making reference to the virus coming from China – i.e. what she is calling Trump a racist and xenophobe for doing?

-And isn’t that nancy pelosi telling everyone to come on down, don’t worry about being in close quarters – exactly what she attacks Trump for having done at that time  (i.e before it became clear we needed to practice social distancing)?

One other “isn’t that” for you:

-Isn’t that mainstream media, which have as much access to this information as I do (NBC WROTE it, for God sake), looking the other way and burying pelosi’s complete hypocrisy?

And these are the people who become indignant when you call them biased?  Holy excrement.

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  • Some good news, it may be the last we see involving the economy for some time.
    The U.S. GDP grew at an annual rate of 2.1% in the fourth quarter of 2019, according to the third estimate from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, showing the strength of the economy before the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S.
    The estimate in Thursday’s report is based on more complete source data than what was available in the prior report. According to the BEA, the results match the prior quarter’s pace.

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