2021/02/15 20:59 US media concerned about Trump’s impeachment case exacerbating the plight of farmers and workers



However, the US media has spent a lot of time paying attention to Trump's impeachment case recently, so that it has neglected to pay attention to farmers and workers who need help.  (Associated Press)

However, the US media has spent a lot of time paying attention to Trump’s impeachment case recently, so that it has neglected to pay attention to farmers and workers who need help. (Associated Press)

2021/02/15 20:59

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report]According to US media reports, the US media has spent a lot of energy paying attention to Trump’s impeachment case recently, and has neglected farmers and workers who need help because of Wuhan pneumonia (new coronavirus disease, COVID-19) The pandemic has caused farmers and workers to fall into a lack of food.

According to CNN reports, Trump’s second impeachment case has ended. Biden’s struggle for the government resumed prioritizing the Wuhan pneumonia relief plan. Therefore, in the next few days, American reporters may be heard saying that “Wuhan pneumonia is receiving attention again” or similar remarks. In fact, there have been millions of American farmers and workers in urgent need of relief, but their livelihood issues have also been forgotten because of the media’s attention to Trump’s impeachment case.

In the U.S. news industry of all sizes, reporters are the best candidates to speak up for these farmers and workers. The second impeachment recently occupied most of the media. Therefore, after Trump’s second impeachment, some Reporters began to pay attention to issues such as American farmers, workers and Wuhan pneumonia.

For example, the New York Times reporter Jason DeParle used the story of a struggling single mother in rural Michigan, Kathryn Stewart, to show that “in an era of politically divided government, people in need are prone to deadlocks.” . One of the contents of Depar’s article is: “The government has shown in the past year how much help the Wuhan pneumonia safety net program can provide, and the state’s goodwill towards these programs. But it is still possible to increase the fear of the people. And worry, causing confusion and uncertainty.”

“The New York Times” columnist Nick Kristof wrote: “When so many Americans fail, the United States cannot succeed.” “There are people who are homeless and can only sleep in city parks.” “The reports of these reporters also revealed that Wuhan pneumonia and Trump’s impeachment case are exacerbating the plight of farmers and workers.



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