There was no reason to have disc jockeys and tv news people social distance by miles, broadcasting from their bomb-shelters and basements. For those of us who believe this pandemic was a bunch of malarkey, these types of stories are just B***S***!
Idaho man crushed by steamroller dies of Corona Virus
In other news, Randi Kirshbaum, the Portland, ME market veteran who claims she was fired for not returning to the station after working from home for six weeks, has reportedly hired a lawyer and plans to sue Saga Communications. Saga stands by a temporary work-from-home agreement, which says the company would evaluate her remote workplace arrangement every two weeks.
This is called: JOB ABANDONMENT
Yes, Randi, YOU’RE FIRED!!!!
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We are NOT “All in this together”
Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak took a swipe at media elites who have the luxury of working from home but who are discouraging less fortunate, out-of-work Americans from leaving their homes. The long-time game show host said that “it’s okay to question” the dominant media narrative pressuring people to stay indoors.
Sajak tweeted his message, addressing those Americans who find they “can’t work, pay bills or pay their rent or mortgage” during the coronavirus crisis. [Truepundit]
TODD HERMAN (KIRO 97.3 FM) says” NO scientific reason for schools to be closed today, let alone, next year. This is 100% political: it’s about the election! Kids NOT at risk. No recorded instance of kid passing to adults. NIH study indicates asymptomatic people do not pass.
For a differing opinion, tune to MSNBC…
Before we leave the Twittersphere and return to the real world, one more from Pat Sajak, who is getting a lot of flack for his commentaries…
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