Hands Washing Hands
Neil Diamond changes lyrics to “Sweet Caroline” in coronavirus PSA
My Corona Home – (“Kokomo” Parody Song)
The Broadway Coronavirus Medley
Cute Boomer couple sings Homeward Bound parody ooooh oooh oooooh but it is on terrible terrible facebook which I refuse to link to.
Stimulus Bill Allows Federal Reserve to Conduct Meetings in Secret; Gives Fed $454 Billion Slush Fund for Wall Street Bailouts
The U.S. Senate voted 96-0 late yesterday on a massive bailout of Wall Street banks versus a short-term survival plan for American workers thrown out of their jobs – and potentially their homes. The text of the final bill was breathtaking in the breadth of new powers it bestowed on the Federal Reserve, including the Fed’s ability to conduct secret meetings with no minutes provided to the American people. The House of Representatives has yet to vote on the bill.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and New York State Senator and Minority Leader Chuck Schumer trotted out to the Senate floor after midnight last night to announce that they had reached a deal on the government stimulus package – the text of which the American public has not seen and only snippets of which have been seen by the members of Congress. Neither the Senate nor the House of Representatives have yet to vote on the bill.
Three days ago, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Donald Trump was visited by the ghost of George Washington.
“George,” Trump asked, “how can I fix this? How do I make America great again?”
“Never tell a lie.”
“I don’t lie. Go away.”
Two days ago, he was visited by the ghost of Thomas Jefferson.
“Hey, Tom, how do I fix this? How can I make America great again?”
“Listen to the people.”
“I know what I’m doing. I listen to the best people. The best ones.”
Last night, while down at Mar-a-Lago, he was visited by the ghost of Abraham Lincoln.
“Hey, Abe, how do I fix this? How can I make America great again?”
“Go see a play.”