After denying that the virus exist, calling it a hoax created by the Democrats to hurt him, even though he admitted to Bob Woodward that it was a deadly disease, mostly spread through the air, Trump and various people around him have tested positive for Covid-19, after attending an event in the Rose Garden where social distancing guidelines and wearing masks was not observed.

So much for “we are rounding the corner on this disease.” Of course, the White House has kept this turn of events secret from the people for a few days and within that time, Trump had not done anything to self-isolate, keep social distance or wear a mask.

Masks are NOT a political statement, they are barriers that keep others safe from us

It will be interesting to see how his followers, who are Corona deniers or those who are anti-mask, will spin this.

Oh, they want everyone to show empathy for Trump, now that he is sick, but why should he be shown empathy when he himself has never really shown it to others?

Let’s be honest, Trump is, among other things, a “small handed vulgarian Troll” and that has not changed. Now he is simply a “sick, small handed vulgarian Troll.”

On the plus side, we have plenty of treatments for this terrible disease and since Trump is the current the resident in the White House, he will get the best medical care possible: Remdesivir, Hydroxychloroquine, light enemas, gargling bleach, bathing in hand sanitizer, voodoo, the blood of virgins…

Enough of the sarcasm, this can have serious implications for our country and we should hope that Trump and all those around him that have fallen ill will make a complete recovery and hopefully, learn from the experience.

It is one thing to hate someones behavior, politics or actions, it is another to wish them ill, they are human beings after all.



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Born in what was then West Germany, at the beginning of the 60s, I came to the USA in 1979. I am married and have two kids. I believe in “live and let live.”