As usual, the left finds something to blame when they don’t get what they want.
A New York Times Opinion writer recently wrote a piece in which she claims that the reputation for the Walter Reed Hospital is now in “tatters” after the President was released from treatment.
Republican Senator Ted Cruz took immediate issue with that, believing that the columnist would have rather the President died in the hospital.
NYT, attacking Walter Reed because the President didn’t die.
Your hate has destroyed you. pic.twitter.com/yuvn2xM9mn
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) October 6, 2020
Now, to be fair, there is no context as to what Dowd wrote. She could mean exactly what Cruz stated, that she had hoped that the hospital would have allowed President Trump to die. Or, she could have been upset that they allowed him out of the hospital as soon as they did. Regardless of her true meaning, her words are certainly suspect.
Others who read the article were also concerned about Dowd’s comments regarding the situation.
Gerry Callahan tweeted:
Nothing ruins the reputation of a hospital like discharging a healthy patient. They may never recover https://t.co/Jrg4LlmhUD
— Gerry Callahan (@GerryCallahan) October 6, 2020
Mollie Hemingway, senior editor at The Federalist and a Fox News contributor, tweeted:
Imagine thinking a wonderful hospital lost its reputation because you and your peers lost their ever living minds and have a 4-year long temper tantrum. https://t.co/f7EHuID9dt
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) October 6, 2020
Liberals have all taken to whatever manner they can to report on the President being released from the hospital, after testing negative for the virus, and alluding that he is somehow endangering more lives in the process. They also have attacked him for removing his mask, while outside and socially distanced from people, while trying to calm the nerves of the American people.
The President, speaking from a place of experience since he did battle the COVID-19 virus, tried to express what he went through in a way to calm the masses.
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