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EPISODE 58   |   MARCH 28, 2020

A RACE AGAINST TIME

Could Washington D.C. have acted sooner to stop the coronavirus?

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EPISODE 58   |   MARCH 28, 2020

A RACE AGAINST TIME

Could Washington D.C. have acted sooner to stop the coronavirus?

In the throws of the Covid-19 crisis, Joe Biden claimed that our government should have acted earlier to stop its spread. And that got us to thinking...is that true? Could Washington D.C. have acted sooner to stop the coronavirus?

To find the answer, we’re going to track the rise of this disease in China, and what our DC leaders could have done differently at its outbreak. We also get insight from China expert & investigative reporter Jack Posobiec, and Stanford biosecurity expert Milana Boukhman Trounce. You may be surprised to learn this, but for once…Joe may have been right.

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