I really don’t care when Mr. Trump lies to us about the crowd size at his inauguration. He can keep feeding us his b.s. about the Russians not having helped him get the job and how Putin is really a nice guy for all I care.
And all those thousands of everyday lies he tells seemingly oblivious to what he’s doing? Nope. I can live with that too.
But when he starts making things up to look good as America starts to deal with the coronavirus pandemic that is gaining ground on us, that’s where I draw the line.
This fool is saying crazy, paranoid stuff that can set off panic buying, push the stock market over the edge and cause his “base” cadre of Trumpsters, God bless them, to spread his insanity the way FOX has instructed them.
But wait! There’s more. As part of his war on science, he’s been steadily slicing and dicing experienced senior scientists who are needed now more than ever. Like most things, there is very little that can be done short of voting him out of office in a few months.
But in the meantime, you know how he’s fond of playing nickname tag with anyone he doesn’t like? I believe Mr. Trump has stepped in it enough to suggest “coronavirus” is on a par with President Bush’s “Katrina” sad performance — only worse, much worse. That is something citizens need to know about lest they blindly leave him in the White House for another four years. But he really does need a nickname just to give him a taste of it.
It is well-documented that our big, brave invincible leader is a horrible “germophobe.”
He needs a mob-sounding handle that will serve him now and easily well into whatever prison term he eventually gets.
So I’m now going to refer to him as “Donald the Germ.” #DonaldTheGerm