As you may have noticed 2020 has been a wild ride. Between President Trump getting impeached by the house, the pandemic killing more than 375,000 people worldwide, a wave of killer hornets, and Australian wildfires that killed an estimated one billion animals, and now race riots, and looting in dozens of U.S. cities.
The insane part is we are not even halfway through the year, and coming up is the craziest U.S. presidential election in history, with a 72-year-old man who can barely remember where he is.
Let's take a look at a timeline of 2020 so far.
According to TheDailyWire
Jan. 2: The year got off to a fiery start, literally. Australian officials declared a state of emergency as brushfires spread across the country, eventually burning tens of millions of acres and killing an estimated one billion animals.
Jan. 7: The Chinese branch of the World Health Organization (WHO) is notified that there’s a new novel coronavirus in town — SARS-CoV-2. But WHO says don’t worry, it’s not all that bad. Seriously.
Jan. 11: Whoops. China records its first COVID-19 death. But don’t worry, WHO says, the virus is well contained, so we’re all good.
Jan. 16: The trial of Trump begins nearly a month after the House passes two articles of impeachment — abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
Jan. 20: Whoops. The first case of COVID-19 is diagnosed in Washington state. But Trump and top U.S. officials say don’t worry, it won’t spread widely. No need for masks.
In April, COVID-19 cases worldwide top 1 million. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont drops out, leaving just Joe Biden left standing. New York state becomes the U.S. leader in COVID-19 cases, a title it will never relinquish.
In May, Asian “murder” hornets hit the headlines. Government officials tighten lockdowns nationwide, and another 10 million Americans lose their jobs.
And that about sums up 2020 with more riots, looting, and madness in the up and coming months.