Donald Trump Jr Hosts Packed Indoor Rally Because This Family Is Really, Really Dumb

Less than a week after his father was diagnosed with COVID, Donald Trump Jr. is back with a crowded indoor rally in the middle of the pandemic
Hey brothers! Is there a pandemic? Maybe for some fools, but not if you're related to the worst president ever! Because of this, Donald Trump Jr., son of recently COVID-soaked President Donald Trump, hosted a packed rally in Florida last night. Pandemic? What pandemic? It's MAGA time and when people die for the cause, so be it.
Last night, Don Jr. landed in Panama City Beach, Florida to hold a small gathering of like-minded friends to discuss politics in a masked, socially distant setting. Lol just kidding. He hosted a standing-only rally with screeching covidiots screeching and reports reportedly barely a mask in sight. Cool!
Apparently attendees and special guests failed to read last week's news that included an avalanche of positive COVID tests from a White House ceremony announcing Amy Coney Barrett's nomination to the Supreme Court. Come in very close, Jimmy. There is nothing to be seen here in terms of possibly infected respiratory droplets.
There was also a rally in Tampa. This time outdoors, but of course without a mask.
Of course, this should come as no surprise, given that the President is completely reckless and scientifically imprecise. He was hospitalized just a week ago based on his own diagnosis. He reportedly had a fever and was in need of oxygen. Reports of his health during his stay were patchy and were made public throughout the week as he angrily tweeted from the White House. And now he's planning a live investigation on Fox News tonight. Because of course it is.
In another incredibly worrying development, Trump's doctor announced yesterday that he could return to public engagements tomorrow. Hours later, Trump shared plans for a rally with Sean Hannity as soon as possible. "I think I'll try to do a rally on Saturday night if we have enough time to put it together - but we want to do a rally, probably on Saturday night in Florida," he said. "We could come back the next night and do one in Pennsylvania and it's amazing what's going on. I feel so good."
The sad part is that thousands of his supporters will be lining up so the president can cough them up without a second thought. Let's slow this down a second to absorb it properly - the president tested positive for the virus late last Thursday. That means he's only nine days away from this diagnosis to date. That makes tomorrow day 10, which just squeaks for the safe time for the quarantine after the diagnosis.
Doctors also tossed him a Pu-Pu plate of drugs, including one that is still experimental. "Since returning home, his physical exam has remained stable and has shown no evidence of disease progression," Conley said. "Overall, it responded very well to the treatment with no evidence to support the investigation of adverse therapeutic effects."
Wouldn't one think that after the President, First Lady, and a number of people in their orbit are diagnosed with the virus, they might reassess how things are done? Or at least express the slightest concern about the transmission of a virus that most Americans cannot tackle with the roster of expensive therapies that Trump himself offers? Of course not. There are lies - and breath droplets - to spit. The show must go on regardless of the human cost.
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