Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here. We all know the old saying that tough times bring out both the best in people and the worst in people. And right now, the coronavirus pandemic has brought tough times to literally billions of us all around the world.For a vivid illustration of both the best and worst response to the pandemic, you have to look no further than the rash of small but disturbing protests taking place intermittently around the U.S. against shelter-in-place orders that are saving lives.We’ve witnessed the sad spectacle of irate protesters equating “liberty” with shortsighted and selfish urges to deny the harsh reality that the vast majority of Americans are doing their best to cope with the pandemic. So much for the worst in people.DONNA BRAZILE: CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE – IN A TIME OF NATIONAL CRISIS, HERE’S WHAT EACH OF US CAN DOBut we’ve also seen these protesters confronted by health care workers still in their scrubs and protective masks, silently shaming the selfishness of the demonstrators. The health care workers do this by simply being there and reminding people of the millions of Americans who are selflessly fighting on

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