At a time when the future of the newly formed American Republic was uncertain, Alexander Hamilton proposed that the federal Treasury take over and pay off all the debt that the states had incurred to pay for the American Revolution.
As the next administration in the United States will summon the might of the federal Treasury take over and pay off all the debt that the states had incurred to pay for the havoc rought by the coronavirus pandemic _ _ _
The reality of the activities of the two senators from Kentucky, especially their scandalous attempt to enrich themselves by finessing a deal with a Mueller sanctioned Russian oligarch's company, steadily becomes inexorably linked to McConnell and Paul in the minds of the Kentucky electorate, and as a result the electoral prospects of his challenger, Amy McGrath, soar.
Both senators from Kentucky have been eager proponents of the 'Let's reopen movement' , not out of some patriotic notion of saving the national economy, but because their leader, Donald Trump, has already lost, at least, one half of all his accumulated wealth and will be un-recoverably financially broken, should the lockdown continue to July/August.
And, there will be no Putin, Saudi or Qatar bailout.
The sense of desperation has descended on Donald Trump and that sense of desperation permeates the entire executive branch of his administration. Donald Trump is not alone in seeing his ill-gotten fortune evaporate, Senators Burr and Feinstein both unloaded stocks after their 3rd of January 2020, National Intelligence briefing about the impending novel coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has wrought upon America an unpresented economic downturn, and while the American worker should be at the forefront of the interests of our political and administrative leaders, it is obvious that corporate America and their allied lawmakers in Washington, see the present crisis as a perhaps once-in-a-generation opportunity to relax legal protections around the workplace, or end altogether any and all legal liabilities for employers who bring back their work forces amid the coronavirus pandemic.