A miracle just happened in California. Following an announcement from Attorney General Bill Barr that President Trump signed an executive order to crack down on people hoarding medical supplies.
Amazon and eBay have taken action to eliminate price gouging and hoarding of medical supplied as well. There's basically nowhere to sell them now if you've got them.
Barr said that if you're hoarding supplies, they've going to be coming after you.
AG Barr said, " “We have started to see some evidence of potential hoarding and price gouging. So, earlier today the president signed a second executive order providing the authority to address…hoarding that threatens the supply of those necessary health and medical resources. If you have a big supply of toilet paper in your house, this is not something you have to worry about. But if you are sitting on a warehouse with masks, surgical masks, you will be hearing a knock on your door."
Attorney General Barr: "If you have a big supply of toilet paper in your house, this is not something you have to worry about. But if you are sitting on a warehouse with masks, surgical masks, you will be hearing a knock on your door."
— CSPAN (@cspan) March 23, 2020
You'll never guess what happened within just a few days after Barr made this announcement. 39 Million N95 face masks magically turned up after they were discovered by a healthcare union in California.
According to NBC Bay Area,
Service Employees International Union United Healthcare Workers West announced Thursday that it located 39 million N95 masks and will make them available to state and local governments and health care systems that are fighting the novel coronavirus outbreak.
The union found a distributor with the masks, which are cleared for surgical use, after pleas from health care workers as new coronavirus cases surge across the state and the country as a whole.
Union officials said they also found a supplier that can produce some 20 million protective masks per week and another that can supply millions of protective face shields.
Wow, this seems like big news from the folks in big labor. pic.twitter.com/DOGwOF08HM
— Noam Scheiber (@noamscheiber) March 26, 2020
If you ask me, there is only a couple possibilities as to what this was about:
Either the healthcare union intentionally hoarded the masks and kept it private or they were irresponsible with their inventory and had no idea that they had 39 million more masks.
Or maybe, they just wanted to try and make President Trump look bad.
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