It’s a different kind of reality TV; for a change, it’s actually real – must-see viewing for a homebound nation. With the number of coronavirus cases in the United States growing exponentially, nowhere has been harder hit than the New York metro area.”This is going to be one of those moments they’re going to write about and they’re going to talk about for generations,” said New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Without naming the president, Cuomo has begged, cajoled and goaded the federal government to take action: “What am I going to do with 400 ventilators, when I need 30,000? You pick the 26,000 people who are going to die!”And when announcing the closure of schools and businesses statewide to help contain the spread of COVID-19, he willingly took responsibility: “If someone is unhappy, somebody wants to blame someone, or complain about someone, blame me,” Cuomo said. Meanwhile, President Trump had another take on responsibility, and reality, when asked on March 13 about his administration’s weeks-long delay in conducting tests for COVID-19, as the virus spread across the country. “I don’t take responsibility at all,” the president told the nation. He also said, during a Fox News “virtual town hall” on March

Continue To Full Article