CNN’s Jim Acosta bitterly complained last night that President Trump referring to Covid-19 as a “foreign virus” was an act of “xenophobia.”
Because according to some, people’s feelings being hurt is still an infinitely bigger threat than a deadly pandemic.
“The president referred to the coronavirus as a “foreign virus,'” Acosta said following Trump’s Oval Office address to the nation Wednesday night. “It’s going to come across to a lot of Americans as smacking of xenophobia to use that kind of term in this speech.”
Acosta also whined that Stephen Miller, a hardliner against mass immigration, probably had a hand in writing Trump’s speech.