I think the time for speculation is over. Make no mistake, Donald Trump is still infected with coronavirus and he plans to spread it. We know he is still infected because if he had tested negative by now he would have said so and he would be crowing about it all over Twitter, on Hannity and on the Rush Limbaugh Show.
We know he plans to spread it because he’s back to planning public events like his Nuremberg-variety rallies and his Mussolini-style addresses from the White House balcony. Anyone unclear on this particular modus of Trump’s operandi is advised to seek medical attention right away.
Trump is going to stand before a crowd somewhere very soon, possibly a crowd packed together into a closed indoor venue, and risk the lives of the audience by spewing SARS-Cov-2 viruses all over them for 90 minutes — all for the sake of their ego-gratifying applause — and he doesn’t give a crap if they live or die.
Trump has the virus in the first place because of his own criminal irresponsibility. His job was to keep the American people safe. Instead he endangered them recklessly. To date, as I write this, 218,648 Americans are dead, and Trump bears all of the theoretical and most of the actual responsibility for their deaths.
Now Trump’s insatiably famished ego has him relentlessly pacing the sacred halls of the People’s House like a junkie in need of a fix. He’s got to have more of his favorite drug: approbation. He needs applause the way an alcoholic needs another drink, and he doesn’t care who he kills to get it.
Donald Trump, president of the United States, is a mass murderer. He is also a rapist, a thief, a traitor, a conman and a psychopath. He is back to campaigning for a second shot at a job that any reasonable person with a conscience and his appalling record as president would have resigned from long ago.
There are a million reasons why Donald Trump is unfit to be president of the United States, this has been another one. America cannot survive another four years of Donald Trump. He must go — and only we can get rid of him. And, as ever, ladies and gentlemen, brothers and sisters, comrades and friends, stay safe.