Jensen must have lots of food at home. Hope he isn’t hoarding it
Otherwise why would he want President Donald Trump to consider a shutdown of all businesses nationwide—including grocery stores and fast food outlets?
“There are grocery stores that are open, fast food places,” Jensen continued. “Why even take a little chance? Just shut it all down.”
“We’ll answer that question later,” Trump responded. “All I can say is that right now, things are looking really good and opening up with a bang will be a great thing.“
White House correspondents who cover the president’s Coronavirus Task Force are supposed to report back to the people on the latest status of the COVID-19 coronavirus, not use the opportunity to tell the president what to do.
If the president took Jensen’s suggestion to heart and shut down all businesses nationwide, including grocery stores and fast food outlets, people would go hungry.
Owen’s snarky suggestions to the president
You would think that working for Catholic television network EWTN that Jensen would know all about sharing loaves and fishes.
When Jensen is not making snarky suggestions to the president, he tweets out messages that are well, downright pious.
He wants folks to pray for transit workers, people not riding escalators and riding Metro.
Doesn’t he pray for them to have food?
Many of the tweets are about him, and he always removes his glasses first:
Jensen must have lots of food at home. Hope he isn’t hoarding it.