Kevin Miller begins the program by updating the latest the coronavirus in Idaho.  Eagle Mayor Jason Pierce joins Kevin Miller discussing how his city is handling the crisis.  Kevin Miller takes calls from listeners concerned about their future.  Kevin Miller is joined by Canyon County Commissioner Leslie Van Beek.   Kevin Miller changes topics and takes calls.  A man who licked unsold items in a Missouri Walmart as part of a coronavirus prank video has been charged as a terrorist.Cody Lee Pfister, 26, was charged Tuesday with making a terrorist threat in connection with the March 11th incident, according to the Warren County Prosecuting Attorney's Office. Among the items Pfister can be seen licking in the video are several sticks of deodorant, during which he asks, "Who's afraid of the coronavirus?"By committing the act, Pfister "knowingly caused a false belief or fear that a condition involving danger to life existed," according to court documents. Prosecutors also say he acted "with reckless disregard of the risk causing the evacuation, quarantine or closure of any portion" of the Walmart.  Kevin Miller asks the following questions:  Is it fair to charge Pfister as a terrorist? Do you know anyone who would have found his video funny?  Kevin Miller continues to take calls from listener commenting on how the media is criticizing President Trump's handling of the coronavirus.

 

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