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‘What a clown’: MSNBC’s Morning Joe nukes Wisconsin GOP leader for touting ‘incredibly safe’ voting during pandemic
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough blasted Wisconsin Republicans for ramming through a primary election during the coronavirus pandemic as part of an ongoing voter suppression scheme.
The state's GOP House speaker, Robin Vos, appeared on video wearing full medical protective gear telling Wisconsinites that voting was perfectly safe, and the "Morning Joe" host unloaded on him.
"What a clown," Scarborough said. "That actually is the Republican speaker of the Wisconsin State Assembly in full-on protective gear. This guy who looks like he's in a hazmat suit telling Wisconsin voters that they were, quote, 'incredibly safe' to go out."
‘A stain on this country’: Rick Wilson uncorks epic rant about Trump’s selfishness during pandemic
Anti-Trump conservative Rick Wilson on Tuesday night uncorked a furious rant on Twitter about President Donald Trump's handling of the COVID-19 crisis in which he excoriated the president for his supreme selfishness during a national crisis.
He started out by shredding Trump for holding daily news briefings to keep the spotlight focused on himself as a way to distract from the rapidly mounting body count happening under his watch.
"Part of his chaotic method is to exhaust people with rage and despair and fury," Wilson wrote. "He wants them to just give up and accept his sh*t. The message is, 'I have no shame, no bottom, no limits. F*ck you.' I *wish* we were still shocked by how bad he is as a President and as a man. It's a stain on this country."
Internet overseers seek crackdown on coronavirus website scams
The agency that oversees online addresses on Tuesday called for those issuing website address to vigilantly thwart cyber scams exploiting coronavirus fears.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers took the unusual step of firing off a letter to "registrars" entrusted with the business of issuing website names around the world.
"As you're also aware, ICANN cannot, under our bylaw and practically speaking, involve itself in issues related to website content,"
ICANN chief executive Goran Marby said the global agency does not have authority to manage website content but added: "That does not mean we are unconcerned or unaware of how certain domain names are being misused in fraudulent activities during this global pandemic."