The senator who saw the coronavirus coming

Tom Cotton (Image: YouTube screen grab)

[Ed. – The Left will try to spin this into an ‘I told you so,’ but the day the coronavirus came to the U.S., Jan. 15, was the day when a goofily grinning Nancy Pelosi signed her impeachment articles.]

While others slept, Tom Cotton was warning anyone who would listen that the coronavirus was coming for America.

On January 22, one day before the Chinese government began a quarantine of Wuhan to contain the spread of the virus, the Arkansas senator sent a letter to Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar encouraging the Trump administration to consider banning travel between China and the United States and warning that the Communist regime could be covering up how dangerous the disease really was. That same day, he amplified his warnings on Twitter and in an appearance on the radio program of Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade.

At the time, the Senate impeachment trial was dominating the news cycle. The trial, which lasted from January 16 to February 5, had even blotted out coverage of the Democratic presidential primary in the days leading up to the Iowa caucuses.

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