"Many people come on this program throwing mud at the 'V-shaped' recovery forecast without realizing that it's the throwing mud part that's the consensus view", Bloomberg Television's Jonathan Ferro said, during a truly fantastic 60-second-long, mini-rant on Thursday morning.
"The consensus view is that nobody really thinks we're going to get a 'V-shaped' recovery", he added.
Ferro's monologues over the course of the crisis have been punctuated by some of the most forthright commentary of any on-air personality from any network, bar none. Consider, for example, his message from the moment the April jobs report hit:
Obviously, it's all scripted, but Ferro certainly comes across as deeply sincere, and to the extent he writes part of his own script, he's done a truly admirable job of driving home how tragic the last several weeks have been for tens of millions of newly unemployed Americans - not to mention the tens of thousands of newly deceased.
During his closing remarks on Thursday, Ferro implored those bickering inside the Beltway to ignore a st
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