Donald Trump wants Americans to send their children back to school. He has tried to discredit any government scientist who has disagreed openly with the president’s magical kingdom description of the country. He tells people they are warriors, but asking the country to sacrifice their children is too much.
It apparently it never occurred to him that his followers would have a problem drinking the Kool-Aid, yet the number of bleach and disinfectant poisonings did go up after Trump suggested on air that the government scientists look into injecting these toxins into the human body.
Now, POTUS will be heading out to Wisconsin and has already begun urging “let the State Open.” He will not be wearing a mask, because he does not like the way he looks in one. The trouble for Wisconsin is that masks do not protect him. They protect others from him, which makes a lot of sense given that several members of the White House administrations have tested positive for the virus.
The commander-in-chief tweeted “people want to get on with their lives.” In reality, he wants to get on with his presidential campaign:
‘The Great State of Wisconsin, home to Tom Tiffany’s big Congressional Victory on Tuesday, was just given another win. Its Democrat Governor was forced by the courts to let the State Open. The people want to get on with their lives. The place is bustling!’
Then, the president started his attack on a talented American scientist who risked everything to sound the whistleblower warning peal to the citizens of this great country:
‘I don’t know the so-called Whistleblower Rick Bright, never met him or even heard of him, but to me he is a disgruntled employee, not liked or respected by people I spoke to and who, with his attitude, should no longer be working for our government!’
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