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Wa-Po’s Jennifer Rubin shares sick graph: ‘Here’s how many people Trump killed’

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It truly is remarkable that a columnist for the Washington Post is permitted by the newspaper to publicly accuse the President of the United States of killing Americans.

Yet, that is precisely what Jennifer Rubin did in a tweet that shared a graph from a New York Times op-ed that charted the difference in the number of deaths in the U.S. if “intervention” had been taken place a week earlier.

“Here is how many people Trump killed,” Rubin added.

The tweet and the op-ed are part of a concerted effort by liberals to establish a false narrative that President Donald Trump was slow to react to the Wuhan virus COVID-19 and that this caused a higher loss of life.

The narrative may be the only hope Democrats have to prevail in November with Joe Biden as their standard-bearer.

For some bizarre reason, the Washington Post continues to bill Jennifer Rubin as a “conservative” columnist, but she’s practically on board with Biden’s campaign team. Rubin has been advocating for the former vice president for a while now as she backed him over self-avowed socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders.

And now that Biden is the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Rubin has set her sights on tearing down Trump — which is not much of a transition, given that she is a ranking member of the Trump Derangement Syndrome cabal.

On that note, she claimed Monday in a tweet, “Trump cannot come up with an alibi for the month of Feb.”

Never mind that the Trump campaign released a detailed list showing 15 separate actions taken during the month.

The caption read: “Media keep asking what the Trump Administration was doing in February to combat the coronavirus after restricting travel from China. There’s a helpful timeline for that!

Much like we saw with the Russian collusion hoax, Trump-hating media elitists like Rubin can spew all sorts of false allegations against the president, comfortable in the knowledge that no one is going to fact-check them or call attention to their agenda-driven efforts.

On a positive note, as seen in the responses to Rubin’s attention-seeking tweet, this woman has zero credibility outside anti-Trump precincts:

Tom Tillison

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