FEMA Official Defends Trump’s Failed Testing Regime
WASHINGTON, D.C. – At today’s House Homeland Security hearing, Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) Administrator Peter Gaynor attempted to defend the Trump administration’s inadequate na
Gaynor’s statement comes amid nationwide problems with
The burden has fallen especially hard on comm
“Anyone who has tried to get tested for COVID-19 knows how frustrating and haphazard the process is. If FEMA Administrator Gaynor is right that U.S. has ‘enough testing platforms,’ that is an indictment of the administration and its sheer failure to mobilize those resources,” said Kyle Herrig, president of Accountable.US. “Widespread
access to testing is essential in order to reopen the country safely. Until the Trump administration recognizes its failure to disseminate testing resources properly, this probl em will continue.”
More information on the nation’s ongoing failure to equip communities with the testing they need is available on WhereAreTheTests.com.