Klayman: The Lobbyist Republican Establishment "Leaders" of CPAC Are a Fatal Virus to Conservatism of Their Own!?
By Alice Miranda Ollstein
March 8, 2020
Public health officials in Washington, D.C., have confirmed the city's first known case of coronavirus, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced Saturday night.
The infected man is a D.C. resident in his 50s who started exhibiting symptoms in late February. He was admitted to a D.C. hospital on March 5, Bowser said, and tested positive for coronavirus on Saturday afternoon. Because the man had no history of international travel and no close contacts with anyone known to have coronavirus, the case is considered an example of community spread.
POLITICO confirmed that the man is not the person with coronavirus who attended the Conservative Political Action Conference last week in Maryland, or either of the two attendees of AIPAC's recent Washington conference who tested positive.
Hosts Judah Friedman and Larry Klayman explore current political issues, as well as Klayman's breadth of legal work, and how the two parallel each other in today's divided political spectrum.
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