I am accused by some of “derangement” for pointing out facts regarding the Orange Man’s failures – specifically as regards his failure to acknowledge that the “vaccines” he helped to “warp speed” into the bodies of millions of Americans have not “saved millions of lives” and have, in fact, cost many their lives.
To say nothing of what it has cost America.
But this is not the man’s only failure. It is merely the end result of the ones prior. These serial failures are why I suggest the Orange Man is not to be trusted – no politician ought to be trusted – even if it may prove necessary to vote for him, again.
I would, for example, “vote” to keep the pumps on the Titanic pumping for as long as possible. I would “vote” to shoot flares into the sky and to keep the Marconi room signaling for help as long as possible. For fundamentally the same reason, I would vote for this man again, if he refuses to step aside in favor of a better man. I’d like a better man. I’d like no man, at all. I’d like for all men to be free.
But because there is a worse man – or woman – as the only actual alternative, I will vote for this man if that’s the only alternative. Just as there was no keeping-the-Titanic afloat alternative. It was: Keep her from sinking for as long as possible, so as to reduce the losses associated with her sinking.
Some will say: Better to let her sink and be done with it. But if this means more harm than good it’s bad. It is probably the same as regards the Orange Man, if that is the only actual alternative to a “sinking” (and faster).
It’s said the Orange Man was a victim of circumstances. That he didn’t know what he was up against. If so, he was the wrong man then – and now. What is needed is a man who can stand up to those arrayed against him.
Orange Man arrayed such men against himself. Men such as Dr. Fauci. And women, such as Dr. Birx. Some will say: But the Orange Man could not fire these people! Perhaps – but that’s a pathetic excuse given a modern president is a de facto dictator who can do as he likes. Witness what the Orange Man’s successor has done – and that man is said to be incipiently senile.
At any rate, the Orange Man was not obliged to stand beside the Two Doctors for months on end, lending presidential credibility to what they said. He could have let them say what they said without the benefit of the implicit approval of the president. He could have brought forward his own men – to counter what that man and woman were saying. And he could have done it with the seal of the president on the podium – and with him standing beside them.
He could have brought Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. into his administration – as he implied he would do – but that was before the Orange Man accepted a yuge donation to his 2016 presidential campaign from the very pharmaceutical cartels that subsequently benefitted from a presidential grant of “emergency use authorization” to “warp speed” their “vaccines” into the bodies of millions of Americans.
He could have not worn a “mask.” Ever. He was the president. No one had the power to force the president to “mask up.” Unless the president is a puppet.
But he did. So, was he?
He could have used his executive authority to declare the “lockdowns” unconstitutional – which they were. His defenders say: But he lacked the authority! Tell that to the man who replaced him, who is not shy about asserting presidential authority in the furtherance of . . . whatever he likes.
But Orange Man was too timid – or complicit – to defend the constitutional and human rights of Americans to not be “locked down” in their homes, “locked out” of stores and restaurants, churches and gyms. He wasn’t even willing to protect the constitutional right of Americans to vote – in person – and to deny the “right” of mass-absentee voting, absent any vetting.
He was very willing, though, to “warp speed” these dangerous drugs styled “vaccines” past all-but-the-flimsiest safety protocols so that he could take personal credit for “ending the pandemic,” which would never have started had he not serially failed to prevent it.
Those are the facts – and the truth – as the eponymous Clover used to put it. If it makes me “deranged” to point them out, so be it. I’d rather be “deranged” about the facts – and the truth – than someone who thinks its sane to pretend otherwise.
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