Just what we need right now — another political investigation. Or, rather, a “nonpartisan commission” as Rep. Adam Schiff would have it.
On Wednesday, the California Democrat — who spearheaded the House impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump — is looking to see “what went wrong” with regard to the United States’ response to COVID-19.
“After Pearl Harbor and 9/11, we looked at what went wrong to learn from our mistakes. Once we’ve recovered, we need a nonpartisan commission to review our response and how we can better prepare for the next pandemic,” Schiff said in a tweet. “I’m working on a bill to do that.”
The tweet included an article from Washington Post columnist David Ignatius offering the same sentiment as Schiff, with a picture of Trump speaking as the featured image.
After Pearl Harbor and 9/11, we looked at what went wrong to learn from our mistakes.
Once we've recovered, we need a nonpartisan commission to review our response and how we can better prepare for the next pandemic.
I’m working on a bill to do that.https://t.co/uqO3BwVldN
— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) April 1, 2020
Because everything else failed, they have to find some other way to create a narrative which attempts to make the president bad. When will they give up?
Well, they probably won’t.
Trump has done an immaculate job thus far. Back on January 29, when there were just a few cases, the president started the White House Coronavirus Task Force — long before it was mainstream and during the impeachment crisis.
He took unprecedented actions to stop travel to China and Europe. He teamed up with the private sector to help distribute tests and make medical supplies. He’s even combat the mainstream media’s vitriol throughout the entire process.
Schiff and Co. want to investigate because they look bad when Trump does well. And he’s doing remarkable.