As a forty-year veteran of the North American medical device industry, watching reporters complain to President Trump at his Saturday news briefing that a random doctor in Louisville, Kentucky couldn’t obtain a mask and other such granular complaints was infuriating and nauseating. The root questions are not absurd: When will all Americans be able to be tested? When will everyone who needs a mask have one?
What is absurd is that reporters ask these questions presumably expecting that any one person can give a precise and immediate answer with certainty. The tone of that reporter as well as prior exchanges from the Corona Virus Task Force press audience seemed to suggest that if the federal government would just put more pressure on those evil, greedy, indolent, incompetent companies to work harder, then production and supply problems could be solved lickety split. Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer recently issued a vapid press release demanding “strong and immediate action” but with no specifics; only the implication that our president and his outstanding team are not already working around the clock to good effect.
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