[Ed. – Truly astonishing! How does she function without a brain?]
As governors of mostly red states begin to gradually reopen their economies due to the ‘flattening’ of the coronavirus ‘curve,’ cable news pundits continue to debate over whether the country ought to remain shut down ‘for our own good.’
This, as more than 30 million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits over the past six weeks after state-imposed shutdown orders required “non-essential businesses” to close.
That debate continued on “Fox News Sunday,” with liberal pundit Marie Harf, a former adviser to then-Secretary of State John Kerry, suggesting that allowing some small businesses to open was essentially meaningless.
In response to a statement from host Chris Wallace that, while 66,000 people have died from coronavirus tens of millions have lost their jobs, Harf appeared to suggest that reopening small businesses wasn’t going to produce much in terms of bolstering the economy.