Our novice senator needs a lesson in first responder process. The house is on fire and she has run off to find who brought the matches. There will be plenty of time to do this hunt of witches. Now is the time to focus on what the whole of Tennessee needs from the good senator.
That being hospitals, care facilities and health departments having the tools and supplies they need to deal with the crisis at hand.
It's funny if not for the tragedy of how politics works. I’m going to get a check or two at some point thanks to our Congress. At the same time, my community has no logical idea when testing for COVID-19 will reach the national four million per week someone promised three weeks ago or when the 17 drive through testing centers promised in seven days around the state 11 days ago by the governor will have our share arrive.
So how can I use this money safely? Is this the cake promised in 18th century France?
Please, senator, stop distracting yourself, get to the work your constituents need. If I spoke wrong here, forgive me> The only press release I get is what the local papers post, that of your distractions.