Reporter Calls America a S***hole for Leading the World in Wuhan Virus Cases
March. 30, 2020
Julia Ioffe, a GQ Magazine correspondent, poked fun at President Trump and described America as a “s*** hole country” after news came out that the United States contracted more cases of the Wuhan flu than any other nation.
Ioffe, who has been featured in mainstream outlets such as the Washington Post and the New York Times , alluded to a controversial comment statement President Trump made concerning illegal immigration.
Ioffe was referring to a New York Times report that America had leapfrogged China and Italy for the total number of Wuhan virus cases.
“In the United States, at least 81,321 people are known to have been infected with the coronavirus, including more than 1,000 deaths — more cases than China, Italy or any other country has seen, according to data gathered by The New York Times,” a report Ioffe shared around stated.
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Sane political observers would take the numbers coming out of Iran and China with a grain of salt.
However, Ioffe, didn’t care for that and resorted to a typical anti-Trump attack.
“Who’s the s***hole country now?” she remarked on Twitter.
So far, the mortality rate for the U.S. is around 1.5 percent, whereas the mortality rate in China is 4.0 percent and 10.2 percent for Italy.
Ioffe has a long history of making nasty remarks, which makes her the optimal candidate for employment in the Fake News media.
In 2018, while on Jake Tapper’s show on CNN, Ioffe commented that “this president [Trump] has radicalized so many more people than ISIS ever did.”
President Trump responded to her statement by describing her as “some kind of a sick woman.”
In 2016, Ioffe was fired at Politico for an outrageous tweet where she suggested that President Trump and his daughter Ivanka Trump had an incestuous relationship.
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