Rhode Island Public School Teacher Offers to Pay for Someone With Coronavirus to Cough on President Trump

We need school choice so we are not forced to allow our children to be indoctrinated with the vile hatred, bigotry and ignorance of which this teacher is such a proponent.

A Rhode Island public school teacher with a history of harassing school choice supporters has posted an offer on social media to pay for someone with COVID-19 to cough on President Donald Trump. Amy Bednarz is a 6th grade teacher at Villa Nova Middle School in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. When Bednarz is not teaching English as a Second Language to middle schoolers, or offering to hire people to kill the president with biological warfare, she can often be found threatening Keri Rodriguez, the president of the National Parents Union. Bednarz’ hostility towards Rodriguez has been so severe that she wrote a blog detailing her experiences with the teacher — which included threats against her children and repeatedly calling her on the telephone.

Rhode Island Public School Teacher Offers to Pay for Someone With Coronavirus to Cough on President Trump

Coronavirus stimulus bill teeters again, as Graham lights into Dems’ ‘nickel-and-diming while people are dying’ | Fox News

“Government isn’t the solution to the problem, government is the problem.” – President Ronald Reagan. Congress seems intent on proving the truth of that maxim.

Just hours after President Trump’s top economic adviser said Congress was close to agreeing on an unprecedented $6 trillion stimulus plan, tensions abruptly ratcheted back up again on Capitol Hill Tuesday night — with Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham taking to the Senate floor and calling for an immediate end to negotiations because he said Democrats were “nickel-and-diming at a time when people are dying — literally dying.” Graham’s late-night remarks came after tensions seemingly had cooled in Congress during the day, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average to its highest point gain in its history as leaders from both parties signaled that an agreement could be within reach. Futures were down Tuesday night. “In case you’re watching,” Graham said in reference to the president, his voice rising, “tell [Treasury Secretary] Steven Mnuchin to come back to the White House and end negotiations. I think I understand the give-and-take of life and politics, but I’ve been called by two good friends on the Democratic side in the last five or six hours wanting more money. End the negotiations.” He added: “This bill is $2 trillion. There’s a ton of money in this bill for people who need it, but what we’re doing now is, every special-interest group in town is trying to get a little bit more.”

Coronavirus stimulus bill teeters again, as Graham lights into Dems’ ‘nickel-and-diming while people are dying’ | Fox News

Day 4

It started cold this morning, but the weather got better as the day went on. We ordered lunch from Gyro World both as a treat and a break from routine. Specific patterns of behavior are essential, but when everything is constant, it can become perfunctory and lead to depression. To that end, we were able to turn off the TV for a while, go for a walk, and sit in the yard to read a book. Pleasant enough, but not something I am looking forward to doing for unending days, weeks, and possibly months ahead.

Once again, I have avoided the constant coronavirus news updates, and I don’t need to hear and see the same thing over and over and over again. I don’t even know if Congress was able to get off the dime today. Has Speaker of the House Beavis and Senate Minority Leader Butthead still keeping their slimy little fingers in the dike holding back relief badly needed by the average American.

There are two other things to make today a little different. A virtual Parish Council Meeting via teleconference this evening. And I have been asked to write the Sunday Reflection for or Parish Website and Facebook page. Maybe I will share it in this space on Sunday. I’ll see how it turns out.

Stay safe. Stay Healthy. Stay home.

Pelosi's coronavirus stimulus includes return of 'Obamaphones,' other unrelated items, GOP says | Fox Newsusting

Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer are two of the most disgusting people on the planet right now, bar none. It does not matter to them one iota the financial and personal suffering people are going through and will go through in the coming months. All that matters to them is that they destroy Donald Trump, and if you and I, as average everyday Americans, get caught in the crossfire, so be it. All that matters is their political agenda. The American people need relief now, but they simply do not give a damn about us, and they are proving it by their actions.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi introduced her own emergency coronavirus stimulus bill on Monday, leading furious Republicans to argue that much of the proposal contained a progressive wishlist seemingly unrelated to the crisis — including several provisions that amount to a resurrection of the notorious “Obamaphone” program, GOP officials said. The bill proposed by Pelosi, D-Calif., additionally seeks to eliminate debt held by the U.S. Postal Service, require same-day voter registration, pay off $10,000 in student debt per person, mandate that airlines reduce their overall carbon emissions by 50 percent by 2050, and force federal agencies to explain to Congress how they are increasing their usage of “minority banks.” And, the legislation would provide for the automatic extension of nonimmigrant visas and restrict colleges from providing information about citizenship status. “People are dying and all Nancy Pelosi and Democrats can focus on is ripping off the American taxpayer to help pay for their liberal wish list of government handouts,” National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) spokesman Michael McAdams said in a statement. “As long as the White House keeps the checkbook open, Democrats will keep taking things,” a senior Senate GOP leadership source told Fox News late Monday. The NRCC went on to accuse Pelosi of cramming the bill “full of unrelated liberal goodies, including a return of the ‘Obamaphone.'” Pelosi, the NRCC pointed out, wants $1 billion “to build on program expanded by President Obama that provides discounted phone service for low-income consumers.”

Pelosi’s coronavirus stimulus includes return of ‘Obamaphones,’ other unrelated items, GOP says | Fox News

Day 3

We are trying to stay in some kind of routine. It’s only the third day and its already a struggle not to let depression win out and just veg in front of the TV. I’ve never been homebound before. I’ve been sick, and I’ve been unemployed, but this type of imprisonment in my own home is entirely new. I just finished doing some of the chores my wife is always after me to do. I can usually escape by going to work or a meeting at church, but now I think we will wind up having the cleanest and most organized house in the history of our forty-two-year marriage. 

One of the hardest things to endure is that I cannot help by volunteering to distribute food or do shopping for those most vulnerable or just visit them because we are among that group. That’s a realization that is almost as depressing as being stuck in the house and feeling defenseless. This is the first time I have been forced to recognize that when they are talking about the elderly with underlying health problems, they are talking about me. There are some things about getting older that are pretty cool. Others just suck. 

Democracy 2020 Digest: Biden, blasting Trump, vows dueling daily briefing during coronavirus crisis | Fox News

Joe Biden continues to show why he would be a disaster for this country if he were to be elected President. He has not yet gotten the memo that this is not a partisan virus that cares who s President. It is an attack on the world, and the world must unite against it. Even Presidential candidates. That is what leaders do. 

Former Vice President Joe Biden on Friday slammed President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak, urging the Republican incumbent to “stop swerving between overpromising, buck-passing, and start delivering protection to our people.” The all-but-certain Democratic presidential nominee – in a conference call with political reporters – also said that as early as Monday he hopes to be holding near-daily briefings regarding the pandemic that’s swept across the nation, which could serve as a political counterbalance to the daily briefings the president and government officials have been giving the past week from the White House. THE LATEST FROM FOX NEWS ON THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC “I want to be in daily or least in significant contact with the American people and communicate what I would be doing, what I think we should be doing, and how we should be doing it,” Biden emphasized. “Hopefully by Monday we’re going to be in a very different place in terms of the ability to be in communications with all of you,” Biden explained. The president’s reelection team – responding to Biden – defended the president’s actions, with campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh saying that Trump “is leading an unprecedented mobilization of America against the coronavirus and all Joe Biden can offer is ineffective partisan sniping from the sidelines.”

Democracy 2020 Digest: Biden, blasting Trump, vows dueling daily briefing during coronavirus crisis | Fox News