The Monday morning quarterbacks are out in full force!
It did not take long for the Monday morning quarterbacks to come out and tell us everything that everybody did wrong. In the end, it won't change any hearts because the country is polarized and that's just the way it is.
Michael Goodwin cautions everyone that playing the blame game won't cure any victim or do much of anything positive.
As Mr. Goodwin points out, there is a lot of blame to go around and the media will gets it full share:
Most of the big media outlets disgraced themselves by falling for the early lies from China and the World Health Organization about a relatively small number of deaths and the claim the virus was probably not spread by human-to-human contact.
In addition, the media mistakenly likened the coronavirus to the SARS outbreak of 2002, which also started in China and killed about 800 people worldwide. As of Saturday, the coronavirus has killed nearly 64,000 people.
And did you hear any media representatives talking about the virus during the Democrat debates? Any questions?
So I agree with the aforementioned Mr. Goodwin. Stop the blame game and do something to help the medical workers fighting this virus.