• December 2, 2020

To Whom It May Concern: Repairing the World After Coronavirus Is Not a “Rush Job”

 To Whom It May Concern: Repairing the World After Coronavirus Is Not a “Rush Job”


During a Coronavirus discussion on FOX News Tuesday (March 23), President Trump says he wants to open the government soon.

So Easter is his target date for re-opening the government. Sounds like a quick timeline. Possibly, too quick?

“I give it two weeks,” Trump said. “I guess by Monday or Tuesday, it’s about two weeks. We will assess at that time and give it more time if we need a little more time. We have to open this country up.”

Better safe than sorry.

But, we know that already.

I wouldn’t be surprised if a poll would reveal that majority of Americans prefer safety from COVID-19. You know, instead of being sorry. Getting employees back to work is just a benefit for the business owners. It places the employees in immense danger. Not to mention, it makes it easier for employees (young or old) to spread any virus they may contract.

I’m battling with the thoughts of whether Trump is trying to be optimistic for the country, or whether he’s mad. His vision for “packed” Easter church services not only feels impossible; It also doesn’t feel like something I want in this climate.

“So, I think Easter Sunday, and you’ll have packed churches all over our country. I think it would be a beautiful time. And it’s just about the timeline that I think is right,” he said.

Wishing you good health. It’s confusing trying to keep up with the “it’s serious but not that serious” dance.

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