The Miseducation Of Betsy DeVos

It's Your Sunday Rundown!

The Trump Administration is what happens when hubris, nepotism, corruption, incompetence and pure self-interest love each other very much and decide to make a baby. A perfect example is Secretary Of Education Betsy DeVos. We have written a lot about DeVos's hate, greed and incompetence. But if you are somehow not familiar with how bad she really is, here's some from her confirmation hearing:

Of course that wasn't the only time our secretary Of Education couldn't answer basic questions, as we also have her disastrously 2018 "60 Minutes" appearance, which was roundly mocked by late night comedians:

If you think DeVos has gotten any smarter or better at answering tough questions, you are wrong.

DeVos made appearances this weekend on CNN's "State of The Union" and "Fox News Sunday." Since DeVos gave the same canned answers in both interviews, we'll mainly focus on her infuriating appearance on CNN.

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We Got 99 Problems, And COVID-19 Is A Lot Of Them!

It's Your Sunday Show Rundown!

After "enjoying" the White House's 4th Of July celebration, featuring such stellar entertainment as this:

Or whatever THIS was:

It was time for the Trump administration to get back to the serious work of dealing with our never-ending COVID-19 pandemic.

So we begin our Sunday Show Rundown this week with FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn, making dual appearances CNN's "State Of The Union" and ABC's "This Week." Hahn faced questions about these Petri Dish Full Of Deplorables events being held with little to no social distancing or masks, which completely ignore the White House's own health guidelines. On CNN, host Dana Bash played a clip of Donald Trump saying, "Now we have tested almost 40 million people. By so doing, we show cases, 99 percent of which are totally harmless."

FDA commissioner refuses to defend Trump claim

Bash pressed Hahn about this math:

BASH: Doctor, 99 percent of coronavirus cases are -- quote -- "completely harmless." No health expert that we have found can back that up. Can you?

Of course, as a medical expert and member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, Hahn immediately corrected this and said Trump's math was just plain wrong.

HAHN: So, we know that cases are surging in the country. We have all seen the graphs associated with that. And it's just too early, and I'm not going to speculate on what the causation is there.

Just kidding! Hahn dodged that question like Neo from The Matrix.


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National Politics

Larry Kudlow Predicts Yooge Recovery And 'Solid 2021.' What Could Go Wrong?

It's Your Sunday Show Rundown!

Welcome back to your Sunday Show rundown, where we watch the Sunday shows so you never have to.

We'll begin with CNN's "State Of The Union" with Jake Tapper, who had on Trump economic adviser/used car salesman Larry Kudlow:

Kudlow brought the same bullshit he packed into less than 30 seconds in the (taxpayer-funded) campaign video above, with less smarmy energy, but Tapper really wasn't having it.

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Dr. Birx Is Concerned, Mildly Concerned

It's Your Sunday Show Rundown!

It may have been Memorial Day weekend, but that didn't stop the Sunday shows from doing their usual stupid Sunday show thing. As the country is slowly "reoopening," let's take a look at what was said while we are in what seems the calm eye of the COVID-19 storm.

We'll mainly focus on White House Coronavirus Task Force coordinator and Dolores Umbridge runner-up, Dr. Deborah Birx. Making dual appearances on "Fox News Sunday" and ABC's "This Week," Birx tried to paint a sunny outlook while ignoring the horrible coronavirus response from the White House she serves.

On Fox, Chris Wallace tried to reconcile the White House's underestimations of the COVID-19 death toll.

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