Speaking to Fox News last night, former US President Donald Trump urged his supporters to have a covid vaccine. Trump said the jabs are “safe” and “something that works.”
He went on to say that he would recommend vaccination to “a lot of people that don’t want to get it,” acknowledging that “a lot of those people voted for me.” He assured his followers that the vaccines are “great” and “safe.”
Republicans are hesitant about receiving a vaccine, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Centre for Public Affairs Research.
It found that 42% of Republicans say they probably or definitely will not have the jab, compared with 17% of Democrats. Republicans are right to be hesitant about having a vaccine of course.
In office, Donald Trump was no more or less of a puppet than his predecessors. I told Richie Allen Show listeners back in 2016, that Trump was a fraud and would renege on every single populist campaign promise. I was right.
It all sounded great. He told us that Crooked Hillary would go to jail. He said he’d drain the swamp. Interventionist policies would end, he said. There was the nonsense about the wall. It was bullshit, all of it. But I don’t blame his supporters for falling for it then.
The alternative was unthinkable. The other option was crime family matriarch Hillary Clinton, a murderess and worse besides. The prospect of Hillary facing justice was very appealing.
Trump said he’d appoint a special prosecutor to investigate her. It never happened. The day after he was elected he said the Clinton’s were “special people” and that he didn’t want to “hurt them.”
Trump said he’d repeal Obamacare. It never happened. Trump said he’d change the vaccination schedule for children. It never happened. His supporters were very excited when they heard Trump had given an audience to Andrew Wakefield. Nothing came of it. More vaccines were added to the schedule for children on Donald’s watch.
Trump said he’d get rid of Common Core. It never happened. Trump said he’d “drain the swamp.” He filled it. Goldman Sachs never had it so good during Trump’s term.
He said he’d rid the country of undocumented immigrants. Again, it never happened. Trump declared that manufacturing would make a comeback if he was in office. It never happened.
Trump said US intervention overseas would end when he was in the White House. More lies. In 2019 alone, Trump dropped nearly 7,500 bombs on Afghanistan. Obama supported the Saudi’s genocide in Yemen. That support increased under Trump.
I’ve not even touched Trump’s bending the knee to Israel. I could write 2,000 words on Trump’s sexual proclivities and his relationships with The Clinton’s and Jeffrey Epstein. Maybe another day.
I don’t blame Trump supporters for believing the populist bullshit he spouted in the 2016 Presidential campaign. Like I said, the alternative was unthinkable.
I do blame them for lacking the courage and the humility to acknowledge that they were duped. When confronted with some or all of the above facts, Trump fans cite Trump Derangement Syndrome. How ironic.
Trump, Obama, Clinton, Bush and his Daddy were funded by and controlled by the same people. Trump in office was no better or worse than those who came before him.
The only deranged people here are those who still hang on his every word and scream that he was robbed back in November. Was he robbed? I can’t say. But does it even matter? Of course not. If he was defrauded out of the election, it was by the same people who put him in the White House in the first place.
The Great Reset and Agenda 2030 are real. The planet is being turned into a technocratic prison. What did Donald Trump do to stop that during his term in office? Nothing. It gathered pace on Trump’s watch as it did on his predecessor’s. It’ll speed up again during Biden’s time in office. And the beat goes on.