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  1. We deserve better. Regardless of political affiliation, race, gender, socioeconomic status. We as health care providers need to speak up.
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    Who matters the money or the people? 

    Millions are dependent on unemployment.
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    President Trump National Scandal

    Romney should be speaking up every day.
  4. After weeks of being of a frontline worker and survivor of COVID-19 (I did get sick), I question the federal government ethics. Webster defines ethics as the principles of conduct governing an individual or a group. It is the most unethical and absurd time in American history. I understand it is a novel virus; however, we the people deserve better. President Donald Trump, members of his administration, and several Republicans have bolster medications and treatment regimens that have caused death and or stayed silent, which is a form of agreeing. However, there is no accountability for President Trump, his administration, and elected members of the government that have forced healthcare providers to medications and treatment or chosen to remain silent. Under President Donald J.Trump administration hospitals, nursing homes, state and federal government, and international government are competing with each other for personal protective equipment. As healthcare providers and frontline defenders, we must be honest and demand the truth. It is not okay not to have access to personal protective equipment. It is not okay that people are dying. It is not okay that we are not working together internationally to help fight this virus and find a cure. It is not okay President Trump is running the government as an episode on the apprentice. It not okay millions of Americans are unemployed. It is not okay; the economy is in a recession. I challenge myself and every person reading this to demand better from their government. Before someone criticizes what I wrote, let me make it clear, I love being an American citizen. I respect and honor the words of the constitution of the United Staes of America "We the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America." How will history define this moment when defenders to the constitution have remained silent? What is the ethos of the government under Covid-19 when over 100,000 people died in America?
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    President Trump National Scandal

    Trump has taken over and it as though every ethical Republican fell asleep or are scared to speak up.
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    Who matters the money or the people? 

    Do you realize most of the former "presidential candidates" are radio silent? If they are really here for the people and making America better they would be demanding frontline workers get proper PPE and they would endorse DPA. There should be a demand for Congress to do more for the people of this country.
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    COVID-19 and Elections?

    We, the people, must begin to discuss how elections should happen even though it is six months away we must discuss the election process and how people can vote safely. My fear is election season is the same time as the flu season. With the COVID-19 pandemic, we can not allow our civil liberties of voting to be taken away. I am not preaching opening up society as a frontline worker. I see the tragedy of people losing their lives every time I go to work. I am questioning how we can have an election and participate in the electoral process while staying safe. Let us utilize this Month of May to advocate for fair and equal elections that can take place where every single U.S CITIZEN not only has a seat at the table but have the opportunity to vote.
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    Gov. Andrew Cuomo

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo of NY will make the perfect Vice-President in the 2020 election. He has stepped up and shows America what authentic and competent leadership is about, and he continues to exude the ability to lead America. I understand Vice-President Biden wants to have a woman, but Vice-President Biden needs to change his mind. I could think of no better running mate than Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
  9. Aldous Huxley states, "Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored."Where is our moral ethos as a profession and as citizens of the United States of America? I know this is a scary time and situation. However, we have to speak up and become advocates. On December 30th, 2019, Dr. Li Weinliang, a doctor from China, sent a message warning health care officials and workers about a virus "they never saw before." He was forced to denounce the message; he later lost his life to this virus. The virus is called the coronavirus. A virus that could have been contained if President Donald Trump did not gut the federal government of the right and qualified people. These individuals could have been in place to avoid this pandemic that has the potential to kill millions of Americans. Who is tired of the false reassurance? I know I am. As a Register Nurse, we have been rated as an honest profession, and right now, the federal government has failed us because we have an incompetent President. Why was former President Obama - Biden administration able to contain Ebola while President Trump-Pence administration failed the coronavirus hence the outbreak we are seeing today?. I wrote this because I love being an American citizen. I love this country and admire what it stands for and means. However, the incompetency of this administration is one for the record.
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    Questioning Elizabeth Warren

    Factually based. Videos and articles to paint a clear picture https://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/05/article-cites-elizabeth-warren-as-first-woman-of-color-hired-by-harvard-law-school "In my three years at Stanford Law School, there were no professors who were women of color.283 Harvard Law School hired its first woman of color, Elizabeth Warren, in 1995.28 Why would it make a difference to have women of color as professors? There is no question that having women on law school faculties makes a difference and that the difference is multifaceted .... The presence of women on a faculty also insures that women's interests are protected. When women sit on committees fewer sexist comments are made and women candidates' positive attributes are probably focused upon .... But perhaps most important, the presence of more women faculty members alleviated the students' sense that the one woman in the school was unique in some manner.28 5 Accordingly, women of color could add new views and experiences which may result in a changed atmosphere and dynamic in the classroom.286 It could also result in unique scholarship". https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3415&context=flr (pg-898) "her father, my Papaw -- had high cheekbones like all of the Indians do". Senator Elizabeth Warren https://www.cbsnews.com/news/warren-explains-minority-listing-talks-of-grandfathers-high-cheekbones/ She copied a recipe from a french chef and tried to pass as a Native American meal. https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/elizabeth-warrens-family-ties To be fair Harvard University did not mention it in the Crismon. https://www.thecrimson.com/article/1995/2/15/woman-tenured-at-law-school-puniversity/ “What do we do with this? ” Senator Warren When people are protesting which is part of their civil rights? https://www.mediaite.com/opinion/elizabeth-warrens-speech-on-black-women-didnt-include-the-black-woman-who-integrated-her-segregated-high-school/
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    Questioning Elizabeth Warren

    Please clarify what you mean by "persistent" claims.
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    Questioning Elizabeth Warren

    I am not sure what is funny about her lying and stating she was a minority? It is condescending to laugh. Since many minorities face discrimination because of their race, gender, religion, sexual orientation.
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    Who matters the money or the people? 

    "The hedge fund that Steyer started and ran until at least 2013, Farallon Capital Management, was busy finalizing a transaction." "Steyer was a partner in, Hellman & Friedman LLC, helped to set up an insurance company on another popular tax haven island, Bermuda. However, the Bermuda tax haven was not brought up in the protests." "Mr. Steyer sold his ownership stake in Farallon in late 2012, but he has not cut ties with it entirely. He remains a passive investor, his aides said, though they declined to describe the size of his investment." https://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/05/us/politics/prominent-environmentalist-helped-fund-coal-projects.html?_r=0 Please read: https://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/mike-ciandella/2014/10/29/media-disguise-liberal-billionaire-steyer-climate-change-crusader?gclid=CjwKCAiA7t3yBRADEiwA4GFlIxS5lQeDYEMHUnMEPsA2J1KFYpOa8w3r1GEAi6ZzWOTutc0Q0GnzeBoCfBcQAvD_BwE
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    Who matters the money or the people? 

    Billionaire Tom Steyer claims to not be aware of the conditions the research was out there and he chose to ignore the facts: Who takes precedence money or the people? https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2000/05/steel-town-lockdown/
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