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Congressman Outs Cooper Lies About Birx Call; Media Looks the Other Way

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    The Roy Cooper regime through its DHHS Secretary has lied about a recent telephone call from Dr. Birx. Birx expressed concern about NC's virus numbers, but Cooper's DHHS Secretary claimed she did so due to concern about the reopening of the state, which was a lie. The real problem was the Cooper regime's incompetence in organizing virus testing which made dealing with virus hotspots too slow.

    Dr. Birx had talked to Congressman Murphy on the telephone and volunteered that the reopening was NOT the problem in NC. To set the record straight, Murphy called a press conference in Raleigh to get the word out on what Birx actually said, but the state's shamefully partisan major media boycotted that press conference.

    Murphy did go on the Henry Hinton radio show recently to tell about the Birx call and express disgust with the extreme partisan bias of North Carolina's TV stations and newspapers.

    Cooper is playing politics with his lockdown while his overall virus response has been lousy.
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