Bernie Says Trump’s Incompetence On Coronavirus Might Lead To Deaths Exceeding WWII Rates

On Thursday, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said that the global coronavirus death toll could exceed the deaths directly caused by World War II, or 50–56 million people. Bernie […] The post Bernie Says Trump’s Incompetence On Coronavirus Might Lead To Deaths Exceeding WWII Rates appeared first on The Political Insider.

Bernie Says Trump’s Incompetence On Coronavirus Might Lead To Deaths Exceeding WWII Rates
On Thursday, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said that the global coronavirus death toll could exceed the deaths directly caused by World War II, or 50–56 million people. Bernie Immediately Goes After Trump Trying to blame the spread of the virus on President Donald Trump, Sanders said, “We have an administration that is largely incompetent and whose incompetence and recklessness have threatened the lives of many, many people in our country.” Bernie Sanders: "We also have to face the truth and that is that the number of casualties may actually be even higher than what the armed forces experienced in World War II. In other words, we have a major, major crisis and we must act accordingly." pic.twitter.com/lHWnnST51c — Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) March 12, 2020 RELATED: AOC Insinuates Bernie Lost Michigan By Wide Margin Due to ‘Voter Suppression’ “Cases of coronavirus continues to grow exponentially here in the United States and around the world, and we have witnessed a global economic meltdown which will impact millions of workers in our own country,” Sanders said. “In the terms of potential deaths, in terms of the economic impact on our economy, the crisis we face from the coronavirus is on the scale of major war, and we must act accordingly.” ‘Number of casualties may actually be even higher than what the armed forces experienced in World War II’ “Nobody knows what the number of fatalities may end up being, or the number of people who may get ill and we all hope that that number will be as low as possible, but we also have to face the truth and that is that the number of casualties may actually be even higher than what the armed forces experienced in World War II,” he continued. Sanders went on, “If our neighbor or co-worker gets sick, we have the potential to become sick. If our neighbor loses his or her job, then our local community suffers, and we may lose our job. We’re in this together.” The number of casualties will be what? As great as we experienced in WWII? Off the deep end! Bernie Sanders warns of coronavirus ‘meltdown’ on par with World War II https://t.co/kw2EB4f3ac — Rick Collins (@flyhombre) March 13, 2020   ‘We’re all in this together’ – Are We Really Bernie? The self-described socialist also worried about medical experts’ capabilities. “If doctors and nurses and medical personnel do not have the equipment and the training and the capacity they need right now, people may unnecessarily face additional illness and even death,” Sanders said. “We’re all in this together,” Sanders said. Bernie Sanders: US Coronavirus Deaths May Be Higher Than WWII Casualties https://t.co/ASf2yzLanU — Big League Politics (@bigleaguepol) March 12, 2020 RELATED: Both Biden and Bernie Support Planned Parenthood–Does That Include Selling Parts Of Babies Born Alive? As world leaders deal with the coronavirus menace, it is probably easy to take shots at any of them. A country like Italy is being overwhelmed right now, even though it has the kind of single payer health care system Sen. Sanders wants for the U.S. If we are truly “all in this together,” perhaps Bernie Sanders should concentrate on being helpful instead of on being partisan. If Sanders cared at all about America, he would be working with Trump and not against him. Trump has done an outstanding job. Bernie's a sad, old, angry man who should have been kicked out of office years ago. @realDonaldTrump @BernieSanders https://t.co/8K1k1GWurR — Jack (@Jack56632171) March 12, 2020 The post Bernie Says Trump’s Incompetence On Coronavirus Might Lead To Deaths Exceeding WWII Rates appeared first on The Political Insider.