For the most part, President Trump’s base is not “down” with the laundry list of COVID rules and regulations.
As someone who had COVID, I do understand the seriousness of the virus – I was really, really sick – but with that said, I also understand that most people – 99.7% will be live to tell the tale.
You have a .0003% chance of dying from COVID. I mean, those are some darn good odds.
Even so, the media would have you believe that if you catch COVID you’re a goner.
With that said, Trump supporters are reasonable people, and we like to follow reasonable rules…the problem right now is that things are not so “reasonable” are they?
BLM protests are great and acceptable, but church is not?
We can all go to the grocery store all day long, but we can’t go to vote?
One minute we’re told masks don’t work, the next minute they’re the only thing that will save us…and on and on.
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So, you can understand why Trump supporters are suspicious of the so-called experts and the motives of those on the left.
President Trump seems to understand that, so he’s added some much-needed diversity to his COVID team.
POTUS just added an “anti-Fauci” Doctor from Standford to his COVID team.
His name is Dr. Scott Atlas and this is a “game-changer.”
You can watch the video below:
President Trump announces Dr. Scott Atlas is now working with the coronavirus task force.
Dr. Scott Atlas has routinely appeared on #KUSINews to speak on our coronvirus response, most recently telling Americans not to panic as cases rise.
— KUSI News (@KUSINews) August 10, 2020
There is nothing wrong with having a lot of different voices and opinions.
As a matter of fact, it would have probably been a good idea to do this a while back, but better late than never.
This piece was written by Missy Crane on August 11, 2020. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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