Pelosi Accuses Trump of Fiddling ‘while people are dying’ Over Coronavirus

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) criticized President Trump over the way he is handling the coronavirus crisis.

During an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Pelosi accused the president of denying the deadly nature of the virus and his inability to get equipment to states that needed it.

She also questioned President Trump’s thought about easing restriction guidelines in the near future for some areas.

Pelosi added, “As the president fiddles, people are dying.”

Meanwhile on NBC’s “Face the Nation,” host Chuck Todd asked 2020 presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden if President Trump has “blood on his hands” regarding his response to the coronavirus.

Biden said he would use the Defense Production Act more than the degree to which the president is using it.

Democrats and the anti-Trump media are on the attack in a desperate effort to exploit the coronavirus crisis to undermine President Trump.

Todd asked Biden a loaded question and Pelosi accused the president of being incompetent and uncaring about Americans.

As always, Democrats and their media allies accuse President Trump of what they are actually doing.

Pelosi was the one fiddling last week when she stalled the coronavirus relief bill by trying to fill it with left-wing agenda items such as the Green New Deal.

Representative Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) criticized Pelosi.

If anyone has blood on their hands it’s Pelosi because her actions prevented a prompt vote on the bill.

That feeling about Pelosi was expressed by some on Twitter.