美国新冠疫情日记06/17 Our Votes Decide The Nation’s Future
Our Votes Decide The Nation’s Future
Vice President Mike Pence has tried to declare that the coronavirus is over amid other actions including President Trump’s push to reopen the country by hosting a big rally this weekend in Oklahoma. Despite the White House’s attempt to declare the pandemic is over, 28 states still are experiencing significant increases in new cases of the virus. Harvard professor Dr Ashish Jha said we may be done with the pandemic, but the pandemic is not done with us.
In Washington, the White House has already filed a lawsuit to stop a book published by former National Security Advisor John Bolton. In the meantime, the District of Columbia is trying to become the fifty-first state so that they can get equal treatment as a state.
In Sugar Land, Texas, one Republican candidate has openly attacked China as our enemy and has created a big political blowback blast in the local Asian community. In Fort Bend county, a judge there is of Asian descent.
According to a recent survey, eighty percent of people in the U.S. are feeling that the nation is in turmoil. People in this nation are suffering not only because of the coronavirus pandemic, but also because of the ongoing political unrest. People have lost their jobs, students have to stay home -- all these family and social issues are making people very unhappy.
We are urging all our voters to think twice when election time comes. Your vote is so important to make the right decisions for our own future as well as for the future of our nation.