"To Satan" - Chelsea Clinton lashed out at Trump and Senate Republicans for profiteering through coronavirus
A global health activist and an author, Chelsea Clinton blamed President Trump and the Senate Republicans for financially profiting from the lack of response to the coronavirus outbreak. The daughter of former U.S President criticized the current president for not preparing enough for COVID-19 to strike the U.S.A.
In her twitter attacks, she attached a link to a New York Times article saying about the harm done to children by the spread of the novel virus.
"I am full of fury at @realDonaldTrump & Senate Republicans," she tweeted. "For making more vulnerable our already-vulnerable: our children, elderly, people in jail/detention, people who are homeless, people w/o insurance."
I am full of fury at @realDonaldTrump & Senate Republicans. For making more vulnerable our already-vulnerable: our children, elderly, people in jail/detention, people who are homeless, people w/o insurance. To find out tonight some profited? As my Grandma Ginger wld say-To satan. https://t.co/7DqnsLS2uD— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) March 20, 2020
According to Las Vegas Review Journal, before the market began to fall and the warnings about the effects of the virus were issued by healthcare officials, Burr and his wife sold between roughly $600,000 and $1.7 million in more than 30 separate transactions in late January and February, Senate records showed.
"To find out tonight some profited?" Clinton added. "As my Grandma Ginger would say-To satan."
Kenny-multiple things can be true. China obfuscated & was slow to respond & then responded “bigly.” In that time, our government should have prepared. To test millions. To ensure front line health workers had sufficient #PPE & train more. To purchase ventilators-We did 0 of that. https://t.co/YTlCQ7quix— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) March 20, 2020
Clinton accused and other members of Congress. She said that they sold their stock market holdings using their privileged access to information about the Chinese virus. The accusations were denied.