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“The hope is that the country will rock properly again by July.”

It was a year ago today. The Trump administration effectively announced that it had done everything it had planned to do to fight the coronavirus pandemic, declaring it essentially over, and recovery was here. By that time, more than 60,000 Americans had died from COVID-19. A year later, that number approaches 600,000 deaths.

Calling it “a great success story,” Jared Kushner told Fox News on April 29, 2020, “May will be a month of transition. Many states will begin to phase the various reopenings based on President Trump’s security guidelines outlined in April. I think much of the country will be back to normal by June, and the hope is that the country will rock properly again by July. “

Jared Kushner, this morning a year ago: “I think much of the country will be back to normal by June, and the hope is that the country will rock properly again by July.”

– Edward-Isaac Duty (@IsaacDovere) April 29, 2021

As many on social media note, he was right – with the months he just got the year wrong.

Just days after Kushner suggested the pandemic was almost over, Trump decided to dismantle the coronavirus task force. After enormous public outrage, he withdrew, saying he had no idea how “popular” it was.

Exactly three months after Kushner’s statements, the New York Times reported on July 29, 2020: “The coronavirus is on the rise again. As infections rise across the country, Americans are realizing that the epidemic is now unstoppable and that no corner of the nation will be left untouched. “

In that three-month period, coronavirus deaths more than doubled.

“As of Wednesday, the pathogen had infected at least 4.3 million Americans and killed more than 150,000 people,” the Times reported. “Many experts fear that the virus could kill 200,000 or even 300,000 people by the end of the year. Even President Trump put on a mask after months of resistance and canceled the celebrations of the Republican National Convention in Florida. “

Today, as Americans remember Kushner’s words, many mourn relatives, family members, friends, neighbors and co-workers who did not have to die and most likely would not have died if Kushner, Trump and the government had done their job.

Kushner’s prediction, “The country will really rock again by July” came back to haunt him when Americans continued to quote it angrily last year. It can become the phrase he remembers the most.

People post the stories they remember about that pivotal moment and other abuses of power by Kushner.

“(B) In July the country will rock properly again.”

My brother died of Covid-19 on July 1st.

What a bloody soulless and incompetent monster Kushner is.

– Matt Shanahan (@ mattshanahan1) April 29, 2021

A year ago today, today.

Just 10 days later, 60,000 people were dead and over 1 million infected, and Jared Kushner declared the Trump administration’s “response” to COVID-19 a “great success story” nonetheless.

A year later, 32.5 million are infected and 581,000 dead. Https://

– David Waldman-1 of Yorktown LLC ™ (@KagroX) April 19, 2021

With 60,000 dead at the time, he declared the Trump administration’s response to the pandemic a “great success story”.

A year later, ten times more people are dead.

It was at this point that they washed their hands off the pandemic and decided not to do anything more.

– David Waldman-1 of Yorktown LLC ™ (@KagroX) April 29, 2021

He made people suffer and die
Kushner’s COVID-19 plan canceled because virus hit Democrats worst: report

– Luke Zaleski (@ZaleskiLuke) April 29, 2021

A year ago today, Jared Kushner told Fox & Friends that the Trump administration was “up to the challenge” with its COVID response. “This is a great success story.”

The day before, the US had met a million confirmed COVID cases.

– Mother Jones (@MotherJones) April 29, 2021

Jared Kushner’s willful sadistic negligence towards the COVID-19 crisis in America is synonymous with genocide.

– Becky (@beckyburnsed) April 29, 2021

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