Johns Hopkins University & Medicine reported Friday 69,359 new coronavirus cases and 781 new deaths, but that didn't stop President Donald J. Trump from holding a rally in Pensacola, Fla. Nor did it stop maskless Trump supporters from attending the superspreader event.
CNN's Jim Acosta noted, "This masked Trump staffer is tossing out free hats to crowd in Pensacola. Perhaps he should be tossing out masks?"
It's not a bad question, considering there have so far been 1,141,223 deaths in the world from COVID-19.
Watch the video below.
Very few masks and zero social distancing at Trump rally in Pensacola. (So far today as of this tweet Johns Hopkins… https://t.co/T45ALhvmTz— Jim Acosta (@Jim Acosta)1603494491.0
This masked Trump staffer is tossing out free hats to crowd in Pensacola. Perhaps he should be tossing out masks? https://t.co/HRx3RCVxwM— Jim Acosta (@Jim Acosta)1603495313.0
Florida governor DeSantis throwing out free hats to mostly mask-free crowd in Pensacola. #whynotfreemasks https://t.co/4vKNgMQXw8— Jim Acosta (@Jim Acosta)1603498075.0