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Trump ‘patriots’ ready to die for freedom scream at county commissioners because they don’t want to wear face masks

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Supporters of President Donald Trump in Palm Beach County, Florida this week screamed at county commissioners who voted unanimously to require that residents wear face masks when out in public.

As The Daily Beast reports, the public hearing on Palm Beach County’s new mask policy drew scores of angry self-described “patriots” who accused the commissioners of taking part in a conspiracy involving Bill Gates to enact a tyrannical government in the United States.

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“Every single one of you has a smirk behind that little mask, but every single one of you are going to get punished by God,” thundered one angry woman. “You cannot escape God. You cannot escape God. I’m going to say that again. You cannot escape God.”

Another woman wearing a camouflage “Trump 2020” hat told the commissioners that they were failing in their jobs by mandating masks while looters were purportedly ready to roll into Palm Beach County.

“Well, guess what, the riots are spreading, too!” she fumed. “And what the hell are we going to do about that? We’re going to arrest patriots for not wearing a mask? That’s what you want?”

The woman concluded by shouting, “And I say Trump 2020!”

And another man accused the commissioners who voted for the mask mandate of also working to defund the local police department.

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“But what’s going to happen when you get the call… ‘Oh, we got to defund the police, we got to get rid of them,'” he fumed. “Who’s going to arrest the people for [not] wearing stupid masks?… What are you going to do? How are you going to put the people down?”

Watch a full stream of the meeting below.

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Medical expert doubts Trump’s claim every American will have a COVID vaccine by April: ‘I don’t see how that’s possible’

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Speaking on CNN this Friday, professor of tropical medicine, Dr. Peter Hotez, pushed back on President Trump's claim that every American will have access to a coronavirus vaccine by April.

According to Hotez, there's "just too many unknowns right now" for Trump or any other administration official "to make such a statement.

Even if the vaccines currently in development work, "we don't have the details on the distribution," he added.

"There's going to be a lot of unknown questions," he continued. "We have to really take it in stages."

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Shocking emails document Trump administration’s scheme to muzzle the CDC — and misinform Americans

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Emails obtained by The New York Times detail how Trump administration political appointees sought to silence the Centers for Disease Control during the coronavirus pandemic.

"On June 30, as the coronavirus was cresting toward its summer peak, Dr. Paul Alexander, a new science adviser at the Department of Health and Human Services, composed a scathing two-page critique of an interview given by a revered scientist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention," the newspaper reported. "Dr. Anne Schuchat, a 32-year veteran of the C.D.C. and its principal deputy director, had appealed to Americans to wear masks and warned, 'We have way too much virus across the country.' But Dr. Alexander, a part-time assistant professor of health research methods, appeared sure he understood the coronavirus better."

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‘That is not true’: MSNBC cuts away from Trump’s press briefing after he claims Biden is anti-vaccine

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During a press briefing at the White House this Friday, President Trump touted the coronavirus vaccine currently in development, preemptively calling it “successful” and saying that it will save “millions of lives.”

While making his comments, Trump took a dig at Joe Biden, claiming he espouses "anti-vaccine theories" and he's "putting a lot of lives at risk" for "political reasons."

Trump's words prompted MSNBC's Ayman Mohyeldin to cut away from the briefing and issue a fact check.

"Obviously there's no evidence of that -- that is not true," Mohyeldin said.

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