President Trump continues to claim he and his administration have done a spectacular job battling the “china virus” and yet when confronted by the now 160,000 deaths, 4.9 million infections during an interview with Jonathan Swan of Axios that aired on HBO President Trump was awkward and clueless.
President Donald Trump again proved he is a brutal sociopath incapable of feeling any empathy by dismissing the out of control coronavirus infection rate with a heartless response. Responding to the high infections by saying “it is what it is” in a dismissive insensitive response during a one of one interview with an interview with Jonathan Swan of Axios that aired on HBO.
In less than 48 hours after the interview, the presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s launched a new campaign video featuring Trump’s blatantly sociopathic response.
The clip released by the Biden campaign on Tuesday begins with footage of Trump making the callous sociopathic comment during an interview with Jonathan Swan of Axios that aired on HBO. It was one of several eyebrow-raising statements made by the president in the sit-down.
The Biden campaign’s 27-second spot then cuts to a montage of images of medical professionals in protective equipment and people mourning those killed by COVID-19. The virus has now claimed the lives of almost 160,000 people in the U.S.
Everyone but his sycophants are fiercely criticizing Trump’s handling of the pandemic. Since news of the pandemic was first released, President Trump and his Administration have downplayed the severity and the life-threatening threat it represents and, after six months, has no national plan and woefully inadequate testing needed personal protection equipment (PPE)and medical staffing. We have heard the speaking point from the president that the coronavirus "Is Under Control" too many times to fathom an accurate count. Even though 21 states are classified as RED ZONES of danger, Trump is pushing to prematurely pushed reopen schools and businesses while the outbreak still rages in 31 states.
Biden’s Tweet points out that “Thousands of Americans are dying every week. the president’s response? ‘It is what it is,’” the Biden campaign captioned its video clip now on Twitter as of Wednesday morning has the has garnered more than 1.8 million views on Twitter alone:
Biden last week revealed how his use of the social media platform would differ from Trump, should he win the 2020 election. Biden posted after Trump floated the idea of delaying the election because of unfounded concerns about mail-in voter fraud...
“You won’t have to worry about my tweets when I’m president.”