It could be a totally random thing as far as viruses go, but there’s been a strange phenomenon on Capitol Hill: all those who’ve contracted the Coronavirus this week are Republicans.
I’m telling you I, for one, you know me, I have been saying ever since the nineties and the Clintons that there’s no such thing as coincidence in politics. It’s not a new philosophical belief of mine. And I don’t think there’s a whole lot of coincidence going on here.
— Rush Limbaugh, 10/5/20
Keeping up with the count as best we can….
10/1/20: Hope Hicks, One of Trump’s Closest Advisers, Tests Positive for Coronavirus
10/2/20: President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Test Positive for Covid-19
10/2/20: GOP Sen. Thom Tillis Tests Positive for Coronavirus
10/2/20: GOP Sen. Mike Lee Tests Positive for Coronavirus
10/2/20: Trump Campaign Manager Tests Positive for Covid-19
10/2/20: RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel tests positive for coronavirus
10/3/20: Ron Johnson is the Third Republican Senator to Test Positive for Coronavirus in Two Days
10/3/20: Trump Personal Assistant Tests Positive for Virus in New White House Case
10/5/20: Trump’s Press Secretary Tests Positive for Coronavirus
10/5/20: Vice Commandant of the Coast Guard, Admiral Charles Ray, tested positive for COVID-19
10/6/20: Top Trump Aide Stephen Miller Tests Positive for Covid
The three journalists were not identified but all were covering the president this weekend. One attended a White House briefing Sunday, another traveled with Trump for his Saturday trip to Pennsylvania and a third attended events with the president on both Saturday and Sunday.
— Fox News, 10/2/20
Considering how adamant the left is when it comes to contact tracing, the fact that identities of these infected journalists are being kept secret defies protocols, especially the common courtesy of informing those whom they had contact with before and since.
Then again, since when are rules for Trump-hating journalists enforced nowadays?