Donald Trump keeps telling us about the “fantastic” success he has scored in “managing” the nation’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Liar in Chief, of course, is lying yet again as he seeks to dupe the nation into believing his pandemic prevarication.
The United States comprises about 5 percent of the world’s population. Right? Check!
The pandemic death toll, though, puts the national failure in stark relief, as American deaths from the coronavirus comprises 30 percent of the worldwide total. You got that one? Good!
It is incumbent, then, to ask whether that is the mark of a successful response to a worldwide health crisis. I submit that it is the mark instead of a monumental failure.
Donald Trump wants you to believe he has been the man with the plan. He denies the dithering and dawdling that took place when the pandemic first took root.
Trump said the virus would disappear like a “miracle.” It didn’t.
Trump has said the virus is “under control.” It isn’t.
Trump has declared that anyone who wants a test for the virus can get one. No, we cannot.
We are now paying the terrible price for Trump’s lying, his game-playing, his blaming of others. He wants to win re-election and is going to seek to fool us one more time that he “alone” can fix what’s wrong with the nation.
No, he’s a failure.