UPDATE: FEMA confirms that New York has asked the feds for emergency mortuary assistance.— Amanda Eisenberg (@aeis17) March 25, 2020
Scoop with @woodruffbets and @dlippman https://t.co/hw12ZhxtNn
I'll quit for four months, lose my benefits and seniority, and then get my job back! For all the free gummint money! Sweet! (Yes, that is what they think of you.)Objecting to a provision in the Senate coronavirus bill providing unemployment benefits for people in financial trouble, Sen. Lindsey Graham says nurses are "going to make $24 an hour on unemployment" which he claims would incentivize "taking people out of the workforce." pic.twitter.com/xyuzcsiq8B— Oliver Willis (@owillis) March 25, 2020
Now comes the end times https://t.co/7keYau1S4a— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) March 25, 2020
As we say in Texas (and honestly, we do): "Thank Gawd for Mississippi!" It's always there to bring up the rear and make the most retrograde of states not quit hit bottom; because Mississippi will always set "bottom" just a little lower.Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves rejects a state lockdown for COVID-19, and says "Mississippi's never gonna be China."— MSNBC (@MSNBC) March 25, 2020
An epidemiological model suggests that opening the country up at Easter, as President Trump wants to, rather than two weeks later would kill an additional 450,000 Americans https://t.co/um9NI8ZzjT— Ana Swanson (@AnaSwanson) March 26, 2020
If you want to reopen the economy, you need widespread testing first
Damned liberal media!
People have died in the ER while waiting for a bed. There aren't enough ventilators. This entire hospital will soon be dedicated to the coronavirus.— The New York Times (@nytimes) March 25, 2020
New York City hospitals are at the center of the pandemic in the U.S. “It’s apocalyptic," one doctor said. https://t.co/f6kJU33yI7
I'm sure it'll all be over by Easter!
The increased wail of ambulances in our Brooklyn neighborhood is haunting over the last few days.— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) March 26, 2020
"Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago has been discussing a universal do-not-resuscitate policy for infected patients, regardless of the wishes of the patient or their family—a wrenching decision to prioritize the lives of the many over the one." https://t.co/vzTI3ApRXX— Natasha Bertrand (@NatashaBertrand) March 25, 2020
The Trump campaign just released a cease and desist letter demanding that TV stations immediately pull this ad. https://t.co/BG5NHKJBzd https://t.co/j0A4JoztFL— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) March 25, 2020
All the more reason to spread it far and wide!