Democrats Lawyers N95 Masks, Never Forget — A month ago when the seriousness of the Wuhan Bat-eater Flu was being realized, the Trump Administration sought to give liability protection to makers of the N95 masks to allow them to be used by health care providers.
The masks were being made for construction workers but it was quickly realized that they would give substantial protection to nurses, doctors and ambulance crews, and considering the shortage it should have been a no-brainer.
Congress refused to grant this indemnification on March 5. Why? Because the Democrat Party is a wholly owned subsidiary of the corrupt and greedy trial lawyers. OK, that’s a little unfair. The corrupt and greedy educational unions has a share too as does the abortion industry, big pharma and many other bad things.
It was the lawyer contingent though, that threw a monkey wrench in this.
Well by March 18, the magnitude of the crisis had become glaringly apparent. Democrat governors were screaming at the their representatives in Washington for relief. And it was granted.
Wonder how many healthcare workers would have been spared sickness and death if Nancy Pelosi and her corrupt minions were not running things in the House.
The Pennsyvlania House, June 2, passed, 196-0, House Bill 2049, that would apply Good Samaritan civil immunity to school bus drivers who administer epinephrine autoinjectors, also known as epi-pens, to students.
Although law now allows school bus drivers to administer epi-pens , there is a general reluctance to do so as school bus drivers assume the legal ramifications if things go awry, said State Rep. Jim Cox (R-129).
This legislation would grant civil immunity for those operating in good faith, adhering to district policy and who are appropriately trained, said Cox..
Republican politicians throughout the nation are puzzled and angry at the lack of love coming from their constituents. So they don’t have to use their not-so-hard earned money to buy a clue, here is a gift of one.
House Bill 2246 is winding its way through Harrisburg and the Republican-controlled Pennsylvania Senate appears to be putting it on a fast-track for passage.
What the bill does is to allow trial lawyers to use non-verifiable evidence to seek pain and suffering damages for those injured in car accidents.