January 11: Chinese state media report the first known death from an illness originating in the Wuhan market.
January 15: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) holds a vote to send articles of impeachment to the Senate. Pelosi and House Democrats celebrate the “solemn” occasion with a signing ceremony, using commemorative pens. That same day, the first person with coronavirus in the United States arrives from China, where he had been in Wuhan.
January 21: The first American case of coronavirus is confirmed at a clinic in Snohomish County, Washington.
January 23: The House impeachment managers make their opening arguments for removing President Trump.
January 23: China closes off the city of Wuhan completely to slow the spread of coronavirus to the rest of China.
January 27: The White House convenes a special task force to deal with the emerging threat of coronavirus.
January 29: The president chairs a meeting of the White House coronavirus task force for the first time.
January 30: Senators begin asking two days of questions of both sides in the president’s impeachment trial.
January 30: The World Health Organization declares a global health emergency as coronavirus continues to spread.
January 31: The Senate holds a vote on whether to allow further witnesses and documents in the impeachment trial.
January 31: President Trump declares a national health emergency and imposes a ban on travel to and from China. Former Vice President Joe Biden calls Trump’s decision “hysterical xenophobia … and fear-mongering.”
February 2: The first death from coronavirus outside China is reported in the Philippines.
February 3: House impeachment managers begin closing arguments, calling Trump a threat to national security.
February 4: President Trump talks about coronavirus in his State of the Union address; Pelosi rips up every page.
February 5: The Senate votes to acquit President Trump on both articles of impeachment, 52-48 and 53-47.
February 5: House Democrats finally take up coronavirus in the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia.

It’s pretty clear from this the leaders in this country were not concerned with the coming pandemic.  They were much more concerned with impeaching a President they had hated since his election over 3 years earlier.

Trump hasn’t done everything right but he hasn’t done half the evils the left has accused him of.  The country needs to come together to fight this.  Having TDS makes it a lot harder as people tend to look for “orange man bad” in every story.

Remember the media jumping on the story of the man and women who took “chloroquine” because Trump said it would help?  Lies.  Firstly, they took a fish tank cleaner, not the drug that is typically prescribed for malaria.  Second, the woman at least was a Democrat supporter and not a rabid Trump fan like the media wanted us to believe.  Their desire was to blame Trump for the man’s death so they could discredit him more.

Every time I see a story headline about how the White House is in crisis or how Trump “boiled over” or some other epic meltdown that supposedly happened I simply look at where it came from.  If HuffPo or CNN or MSNBC it’s clear they have an agenda to make him look bad.  Other media outlets except Fox News have an agenda to not make him look good.  Fox News does ignore or twist some stories to make it seem like he’s the messiah.

The bottom line is he’s our President and he isn’t perfect but he doesn’t hate America.  He’s certainly trying to do the right thing and when you listen to the expert Drs like Fauci and Brix they say he listens to them and usually does what they suggest.  He’s not a Darth Vadar regardless of what some think.  I’m still not voting for him in 2020 though.