Don Lemon Calls Out Trump On His Envy For Obama
On his show CNN Tonight, Don Lemon sent a scathing message to President Donald Trump. Recently President Trump has blamed the Obama administration for the reason his administration has had to play catch-up when it comes to the Covid response.
Looking directly into camera Lemon asked the President: “Is it because he’s smarter than you? Better educated? Made it on his own? Didn’t need Daddy’s help? Wife is more accomplished? Better looking? Is it that he’s a Black man and is more accomplished? Became President?”
Many Black people on Twitter joked about Don Lemon’s evolution:
The evolution of Don Lemon is honestly so beautiful! I remember when this man was getting DRAGGED everyday regarding his coverage of Trayvon and to see his reporting now and the consideration he gives to race related issues. *chefs kiss* Love the growth.
— #DefendDACA (@AstoldbyZoe) May 4, 2020
In 10 more years we need a special on the evolution of Don Lemon. I mean it has been a sight to behold!
— Felecia Commodore (@FeleciaElana) May 4, 2020
Ladies and gentlemen of the black community I give you: Don Lemon the Redemption Arc https://t.co/zHxPLIuPpP
— The Fresh Prince of Hage Village (@_YoungSimba97) May 5, 2020
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E.R. Doctor Commits Suicide. “She tried to do her job, and it killed her!”
Who’s the rock for the rock? That’s a question I asked on my radio show last week. Those who are strong for us also need help and no one needs it more than our health care workers.
Over the last 6 weeks, hospitals and healthcare workers have been overwhelmed with death. And although they are trained to deal with illness and losing patients, there’s nothing that could have prepared Dr. Lorna M. Breen for the devastation that would come with the coronavirus.
Dr. Breen was an emergency room doctor at a Manhattan hospital that treated many coronavirus patients. She died by suicide on Sunday, her father and the police said.
She died in Charlottesville, Va., where she was staying with family, her father said in an interview. Tyler Hawn, a spokesman for the Charlottesville Police Department, said in an email that officers on Sunday responded to a call seeking medical assistance.
“The victim was taken to U.V.A. Hospital for treatment, but later succumbed to self-inflicted injuries,” Mr. Hawn said. “She tried to do her job, and it killed her,” he said. Dr. Breen’s father said his daughter had contracted the coronavirus but had gone back to work after a little over a week. The hospital sent her home again, and that’s when her family got involved and decided to bring her to Charlottesville.
Dr. Breen, who was 49, did not have a history of mental illness, her father said. But he did say she appeared to be detached, in his words. “She was truly in the trenches of the front line,” he said.
He also wanted everyone to know she loved her job and was committed to helping people. “Make sure she’s praised as a hero, because she was. She’s a casualty just as much as anyone else who has died.” He said.
This story is a warning to all of us to make sure we care for those who care for all of us. Yes, they are doctors and nurses who deal with illness and death as an occupation, but they’re human. And to add to their trauma the coronavirus put healthcare workers in an even more difficult situation than usual.
Nurses and doctors are used to being able to comfort their patients in their time of need. The coronavirus made it impossible to have skin to skin contact or for the patient’s families to be present during their transition.
Families and health care professionals need closure too and not being able to touch and comfort so many dying people can cause unimaginable pain, guilt, and anxiety.
Even the strongest and most experienced doctors can slip into a deep depression and worse. Let’s make sure we look out for them the way they’ve looked out for us.
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