Trump Derangement Syndrome is a deadly disease, my friends.
It may cause spontaneous fits of rage, a desire to call everything fascist, and the urge to not investigate the world's largest police state over a deadly virus if Trump said you should:
"Some things may be true even if Donald Trump said them."
Karl mentions that Trump was saying a bunch of wild things at the time, presumably like how we should inject bleach into our veins.
You know, except Trump never said that. It was Jon Karl who first suggested it:
Clowns, every one of them! Absolute clowns!
This is not a statement made by an objective journalist who wants to investigate the facts to better the lives of millions by holding those in power accountable.
This is a statement said by a man who blindly hates a political leader so much that it has taken an entire freaking year to pull off the blinders and investigate a viral outbreak that shut down the planet.