Reporter Tries to Nail Trump Over Holding Rallies in Early March, But She's Ignoring an Important Fact

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Yamiche Alcindor

PBS reporter Yamiche Alcindor seems to be trying to take on the Jim Acosta role during the White House Wuhan coronavirus briefings.

She even had the nerve to suggest that the Surgeon General, who is black, was somehow being racist for using familial terms during a virus PSA, as my colleague Sister Toldjah reported.

Alcindor tried to nail Trump during the briefing about the fact that he had held rallies in early March when there were still very few cases across the United States.

Are you tired of the hindsight game media has been playing? Especially when they themselves are guilty by the same standards as are all the Democrats. Meanwhile Trump’s response was, appropriately, faster and more involved than any Democratic response.

Trump was surprised by the question and said he was sorry that he held a rally.

But here’s the thing.

Joe Biden held eight rallies in March, six of which were after the last Trump rally. As Townhall observes, at one of them was the now-infamous Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, known now for her draconian rules in Michigan.

Of course, to be fair, Biden rallies don’t have that many people.

But this is ridiculous playing the hindsight game, especially in the context of how things evolved and how Democrats were reacting, like Bill de Blasio encouraging people to go in the subway in March and go out to the theater later in March.

Drs. Fauci and Birx said that Trump was following their recommendations when they were made.

Enough to the hindsight games. Because in this, Democrats lose.