Anti-Trump Media Use Coronavirus to Divide Nation

With the coronavirus continuing to wreak havoc across the nation, President Trump and his coronavirus task force are conducting constant briefings to inform and bring the country together.

However, critics are working overtime to divide the nation.

An MSNBC analyst posted a series of tweets believing President Trump could be held criminally responsible for the spread of the virus, commenting, “and, if the evidence dictates it, prosecuted come Jan. 2021.”

Fox News reports:

Kirschner touted his 22 years as a federal prosecutor in Washington, D.C., and the “Chief of the Homicide Section” of the U.S. Attorney’s office to make his case.

An ABC News reporter tried to lecture President Trump over his criticism of Democrats politicizing the coronavirus.

The president hit back, saying, “When they attack me or the people – these incredible people behind me, I’m not going to let them get away with it. I can’t do that.”

However, in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, President Trump is getting credit for his leadership in handling the virus from a few Democrats.

CNN’s chief political correspondent Dana Bash complimented the president on his leadership and when she was criticized, she defended herself.

CNN senior political commentator and former President Obama’s adviser David Axelrod warned his colleagues that President Trump, “has one big platform right now” and “this is a country that likes to rally behind the leader.”

Actor Matthew McConaughey made a call for unity over the coronavirus crisis on social media.

America has always come together in a time of crisis.

It happened after the Pearl Harbor attack, WWII, and the terrorist attack on 9/11. Yet with the coronavirus, there are some who continue to divide America.

Now is the time for all Americans to work together to get through this coronavirus crisis and not be divisive.