The President of the United States revealed he had contracted coronavirus in the early hours of Friday morning, and, after much contradictory and conflicting information, it’s clear that there’s a Covid-19 outbreak in the White House that has spread to Congress as well. The numbers are changing rapidly, but upwards of 11 high profile staff members and GOP Senators, many who were present at the Supreme Court nomination ceremony of Amy Coney Barrett, have tested positive for Covid. Basically, the halls of power in D.C are now a Covid hot spot and it’s becoming clearer that institutional laxness in safety protocols are leading to this unprecedented outbreak. If you’re watching from a distance, like the Lakers’ J.R. Smith, this mishmash of uncertainty over testing protocols, communication and lack of quarantining is leading to some obvious and frustrating questions. Namely, how is it that Congress and the White House are getting this so wrong? I’ve been tested every single day since being in the bubble! How is it Congress doesn’t have a testing protocol? Just watching #CNN — JR Smith (@TheRealJRSmith) October 5, 2020 “I’ve been tested every single day since being in the bubble! How is it Congress doesn’t have


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