Giordano on COVID-19 Coverage: 'CNN is Scurrilous in Their Reporting'

The Dom Giordano Program | March 24, 2020

The Dom Giordano Program
March 24, 2020 - 12:47 pm

NJ State Sen. Joe Pennacchio On Potential COVID-19 Treatment

Dom Giordano talks with New Jersey Senator Joe Pennacchio about the Camden County Republicans and the studies that show hydroxychloroquine has great promise to do away with COVID-19. Pennacchio talks about the medical professionals he had signing off on hydroxychloroquine and calls for the medical community to "catch up." Pennacchio addresses the fact that hydroxychloroquine is sold over-the-counter in foreign countries where malaria is widespread. Pennacchio addresses the fact that medications don't necessarily have to be used for what they were originally intended, pointing to examples of medications that were re-purposed over the years. Pennacchio calls for an increase in the manufacturing of these pills and explains that a distribution method must be coordinated.


SBA Administrator Jovita Carranza On Coronavirus

United States Small Business Administrator Jovita Carranza joins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss how the SBA is working to help small businesses impacted by Coronavirus. Administrator Carranza explains Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL), which can help small business owners meet necessary financial obligations that businesses or private, non-profit organizations could have met had the disaster not occurred. It provides relief from economic injury caused directly by the disaster and permits owners to maintain a reasonable working capital position during the period affected by the disaster. EIDLs do not replace lost sales or revenue.


PA Rep. Tom Murt On HB2344 And Gun Control

Pennsylvania State Representative Tom Murt (R-152) joins the Dom Giordano Program to defend a new bill proposed, titled HB2344, which would require permits to purchase ammunition. Dom, a strong supporter of the Second Amendment, was surprised to see Tom Murt's support as a co-sponsor on the bill. Murt makes it clear that in the original co-sponsor proposition, none of the "bad stuff" was included in the memo. The state representative also reassures the audience that, since the addition of such restrictive practices, he has reconsidered his support for the bill and discusses what the state legislature may do going forward that is both constitutional and conscious of the safety of Pennsylvania's citizens.