US governors told in February that pandemic would get “much worse,” but did not alert public – World Socialist Web Site

Everyone knew, and nobody told us? It seems that the duty of government is to inform us, if not warn us, of what was coming.
Why did we not hear of this earlier?
Lack of a response, perhaps, but still, Director Redfield is supposed to live by a code of ethics that holds him to a higher standard. That is, higher than Governors, we hope.
It seems that everyone conspired to keep the public in the dark about the coming pandemic. That decision was wrong, and it cost lives.

WSWS –

In a secret meeting, 25 US governors were told: “The coronavirus outbreak is going to get much, much worse before it gets better.”

Source: US governors told in February that pandemic would get “much worse,” but did not alert public – World Socialist Web Site

Trump Dismisses 'New York Times' Report That He Paid Little In Federal Income Taxes

Trump Dismisses 'New York Times' Report That He Paid Little In Federal Income Taxes

President Trump takes a question during a news conference at the White House on Sunday, where he dismissed reporting from the "New York Times" that he has paid little or no federal income taxes in recent years as "fake news."President Trump paid $750 in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017, according to the Times, which also says he’s fighting an IRS audit that could cost him over $100 million.

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Trump Dismisses 'New York Times' Report That He Paid Little In Federal Income Taxes

'Summon Your Conscience': Biden Implores GOP Senators To Wait On SCOTUS Nomination

'Summon Your Conscience': Biden Implores GOP Senators To Wait On SCOTUS Nomination

Joe Biden called on his former Republican colleagues in the Senate to wait to cast their votes for President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee until after the general election.

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'Summon Your Conscience': Biden Implores GOP Senators To Wait On SCOTUS Nomination