Centrists are so used to tepid reforms that their COVID-19 solutions literally make no sense
Hillary’s response to millions of jobless claims is “open the exchanges” like they can afford it
Biden tells a family w/ a $2000 premium corona treatment should be free
The richest person in the world, Jeff Bezos, had a meeting to discuss how to smear a warehouse worker who demanded a safe workplace for his colleagues. You can share your thoughts on it with former Obama WH spokesman and current Amazon PR hack @JayCarney:
I will say this: the moderate argument against Bernie Sanders — that people are not interested in massive, structural change but incremental change — has fallen away. Covid-19 has insured that we will experience massive, structural change whether we want it or not.
Last week, 6.6 million applied for unemployment. Millions more will lose their jobs in the coming weeks. In the midst of this horrific crisis, Congress must pass a new, unprecedented emergency bill that guarantees income and health care for all Americans. Working on details now.
It's really nuts that 10 million people filed for unemployment and there's been no widespread rent or mortgage relief. the thing is, we know how much money people have saved on average. we know these bills can't be paid. so what's the logic? if we ignore it this will go away?