When President Trump referred to Hillary Clinton as a “nasty woman” during the 2016 campaign, feminists and celebrities embraced the title. Feminists and fake feminists could be seen carrying “I’m a Nasty Woman” signs. Celebrity Ashley Judd even recited a vulgar poem in front of a large group of women at the “Women’s March” following Trump’s inauguration.
In September 2017, Hurricane Katrina devastated Puerto Rico. Their governor praised Trump for his fast action in delivering assistance and aid to the devastated U.S. territory.
Puerto Rico's Governor: “The president and the administration, every time we’ve asked them to execute, they’ve executed quickly."
— toddstarnes (@toddstarnes) September 30, 2017
San Juan’s liberal mayor, Carmen Yulin Cruz, however, took a different approach than Puerto Rico’s governor, and instead blamed President Trump for the devastation they were facing in the aftermath of the hurricane.
President Trump, who is never one to shy away from calling someone out for trying to twist reality, tweeted about the San Juan mayor, saying that she was very complimentary only a few days ago, and has now been told by the Democrats that you must be nasty to Trump.
The Mayor of San Juan, who was very complimentary only a few days ago, has now been told by the Democrats that you must be nasty to Trump.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 30, 2017
Cruz famously begged for help, then proceeded to go on a media tour, hitting every left-wing network that would have her on, despite not meeting with a single federal official regarding aid, and not attending a single FEMA meeting despite numerous invitations.
After Trump repeatedly used the term to describe the hysterical mayor, she appeared in an interview with Univision’s Jorge Ramiro wearing a “Nasty” woman t-shirt.
Last week, while anxious Michiganders were losing their jobs, watching their bank accounts dry up, and their retirement savings disappear, Michigan’s new Democrat Governor Gretchen Whitmer, decided to pick a fight with President Trump during an interview on MSNBC. Whitmer attacked the federal government, accusing them of “not taking this [coronavirus pandemic] seriously.” She called President Trump’s response to the coronavirus “mind-boggling.” Later, when asked about her criticism of Trump, Governor Whitmer claimed she wasn’t looking for a fight, she was simply looking for help.
When President Trump was asked about Whitmer’s criticism of the way he’s handling the coronavirus, he referred to her as “That woman from Michigan,” adding that she isn’t’ very appreciative of everything they’re doing for her. “I want them to be appreciative,” Trump said. “I don’t want them to say things that aren’t true. I want them to be appreciative. We’ve done a great job.”
On March 25th, after the left attacked President Trump on social media for referring to the ungrateful, complaining governor of Michigan as “That Woman in Michigan,” FEMA revealed that Governor Whitmer Michigan had not yet requested a major disaster declaration for the coronavirus, that would allow FEMA to start helping her state. By that time, seven states had already been declared major disasters. Meanwhile, back in Michigan, Whitmer was still complaining about a lack of help from the federal government.
The state of Michigan now has the 3rd highest number of Wuhan coronavirus cases in the nation. With over 14K cases and over 500 deaths, Michigan’s overburdened hospitals are n dire straights.
So, how does the governor of Michigan handle such a crisis? She goes on The Daily Show, with well- known Trump-hating host Trevor Noah, sporting a “That Woman From Michigan” t-shirt, while simultaneously claiming she doesn’t have time for politics. During her interview, the Democrat governor cited poverty as one of the reasons the coronavirus spread is so much worse in the state of Michigan. Oakland County, MI, one of the three counties hardest hit by the coronavirus, was listed as the 13th wealthiest county in America in 2017.
Trevor talks with Governor Gretchen Whitmer about Michigan’s struggle to get coronavirus supplies from the federal government.
Posted by The Daily Show on Wednesday, April 1, 2020
When it comes to politics, far-left California Governor Gavin Newsome and President Trump couldn’t be more different. When it comes to handling a crisis in their state, however, unlike Michigan’s Governor Whitmer, who seems to poised for a fight with President Trump as a strategy to win back the state of Michigan, Governor Newsome has praised President Trump and his response to the coronavirus.
Great to hear! CA’s Gov Newsom about @realDonaldTrump
“Let me just be candid with you. I’d be lying to you to say that he hasn’t been responsive to our needs, he has."
"The fact is every time I've called the President he's quickly gotten on the line."pic.twitter.com/X8enylMUzO
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) April 1, 2020
Last week, Michigan Governor Whitmer was widely criticized when her office put out a statement warning doctors and pharmacists that there would be consequences for prescribing or administering hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine to patients “without further proof of efficacy for treating COVID-19 or with the intent to stockpile the drug may create a shortage for patients with lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, or other ailments for which chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine are proven treatments.” The letter clarified, “Again, these are drugs that have not been proven scientifically or medically to treat COVID-19.”
Now, after several successes in hospitals that have used the life-saving drug on COVID-19 patients, the governor of Michigan is literally begging for the drug to be sent to our state.