This week on the big show, Fingers and Tracy talk about Tiger King, Coronavirus testing breakthroughs and drug trials, Cuomo using prison labor to rebottle hand sanitizer, O’Keefe going into NYC hospitals to show the “chaos”, the childish behavior of the press at the daily WH Coronavirus briefings, and Tracy’s idea for a national movement to support those who are still working to work; the #QuaranTEAM.
From the show:
The best Tiger King memes I’ve seen
O’Keefe and his team visit 3 New York Hospitals to see if the reported Coronavirus chaos is real.
What Trump actually said about masks going missing from hospitals
Dr. Birx talking about testing results
Of the 550,000 tests, you can do the math but we’re still running somewhere about 14% overall. That means that 86% of the people with significant symptoms, because remember you had to have a fever and symptoms to get tested at this point, so still 86% are negative. These are really important facts for the American people.
It sounds like a lot of Americans are sick. But, the large majority of those who have been tested, haven’t contracted the Coronavirus.
Cuomo’s prison labor sanitizer is simply to die for!
From Vice News:
On March 9, New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced a measure to fight “egregious” price-gouging: an initiative to produce 100,000 gallons of New York State-produced hand sanitizer every week, to be distributed for free to needy institutions like schools, government agencies, prisons, and the MTA.
“We are problem solvers, state of New York, Empire State, progressive capital of the nation,” Cuomo said during a press conference, before opening a navy curtain and literally unveiling jugs of the “NYS Clean”-branded sanitizer, “made conveniently by the state of New York.”
But according to workers at Great Meadow Correctional Facility in Comstock, New York where the hand sanitizer is being “made,” as well as a spokesperson for the prison system, they are doing nothing more than taking existing hand sanitizer and rebottling it into packaging labeled NYS Clean.
And now we got to the FDA to watch first hand if the red tape has been cut!