Shitbag Starnes: Media Wants Coronavirus “Hysteria”

“Do you think there’s something that they’re not telling us and — you know, for whatever reason, they don’t think that we can handle whatever information they have?

“And when you look at this 240,000, you know, possible fatalities here, I mean, that’s a big deal. That’s a big number. But at the same time, as we shared yesterday on this program, there are still hospital beds available in the hospitals here in New York City.

“Because that’s important to put this story into context. But the mainstream media doesn’t want to do that, ladies and gentlemen. They don’t want to put this story in context, because they are producing, live on television, a dystopian, apocalyptic reality TV show.

“It’s sort of like Mad Max meets Hunger Games meets Contagion. And this is their big Netflix special, and they’re producing it, and they want everybody to buy in. They want everybody to buy into the hysteria. They want everybody to buy into the fear-mongering.

“And if you stand up and ask legitimate questions, like, ‘OK, well, you say your hospital is overrun, so how many patients do you have?’ Then all of a sudden that makes you a coronavirus denier, which is what The New York Times accused me of being.” – Todd Starnes, on today’s show.