el dezenfektanı, Consider the stories they're downplaying in favor of a protracted government hearing whose ending we already know, Carlson added before turning to the coronavirus outbreak in China. WATCH: DERSHOWITZ CALLS OUT HOUSE DEMS, LAYS OUT CONSTITUTIONAL CASE AGAINST IMPEACHMENT The host then brought up rising suicide rates in America, noting that a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report says the suicide rate increased 40 percent between 2000 and 2017, with miners and construction workers listed as having a significantly higher risk of suicide.
el dezenfektanı - Why are they dying? Carlson asked. The host brought up the arrest of Charles Lieber, the chair of Harvard University's chemistry department, on charges that he lied about taking part in a recruitment program run by the Chinese government and concealed research payments be received from Beijing. who allegedly took payments from China. What do all these stories have in common? Well, each one points out the selfish incompetence of the people in charge, Carlson said. And maybe that's why the media don't want to talk about them, because their job is to protect the people in charge.
el dezenfektanı, Carlson also brought up Bernie Sanders' surging presidential campaign, something he says Washington has not been paying attention to because of their impeachment obsession. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Bernie's rise has been happening for months now. But like every major new development in the world, it's been slow to dawn on official Washington, which has been wholly engaged in the emotionally satisfying ritual of hating Donald Trump, Carlson said. But please, let's stop talking about depressing topics like Chinese spying, global pandemics and the imminent rise of socialism in our country. Let's get back to something we can handle, something small and fun, like John Bolton's catty new book
el dezenfektanı - CDC expands passenger screening to 20 airports in the U.S. in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Nearly 240 Americans were evacuated from the Chinese city of Wuhan early Wednesday morning, and are now on their way back to the United States where they'll be screened by health officials for any signs of the coronavirus. A State Department official confirmed the plane's travel plans with The Associated Press and said the aircraft had been chartered by the American government to fly out diplomats from the U.S. Consulate in Wuhan, where the coronavirus outbreak started. Other U.S. citizens will also be on board.
el dezenfektanı - The passengers will reportedly be screened for the virus when the plane makes a refueling stop in Anchorage, Alaska, and those who are medically cleared will be allowed to continue on to the continental U.S. The plane's ultimate destination is Ontario, California, according to the U.S. Embassy in China. Hospitals will be on alert and are prepared to treat, or quarantine, any potential patients. HOW DANGEROUS IS THE CORONAVIRUS? The coronavirus, or 2019-nCoV, began at an animal and seafood market in Wuhan and has spread to several other countries. The illness is said to be transferable between humans and has killed over 130 people thus far while sickening almost 6,000 in mainland China.