14 absolutely horrible things that were said about Trump after his diagnosis Dateway

There was a time when a moment like this would have brought the whole nation together in unity.

Decades ago, news that the President of the United States had been the victim of a deadly virus and had been rushed to hospital would have been taken with seriousness.

But in 2020, much of the population responded to the news that President Trump had been infected with the coronavirus with jokes, sarcasm and death wishes.

In fact, there were so many death wishes for Trump on Facebook and Twitter that major news outlets across the United States were reporting on it.

We’ve never seen anything like it before, and that says a lot about the direction we are taking as a nation.

Alex Jones and special guests explain how the Deep State plans to remove President Trump from power ahead of the election under the guise of a 25th Amendment medical emergency.

And it just weren’t random internet trolls reacting that way. Well-known activists, celebrities, and campaign officials have all decided now is a good time to say some absolutely horrible things about Trump. Here are 14 examples …

# 1 Former Clinton Campaign Spokesman Zara Rahim: “Hope He Dies.”

# 1 Former Warren Max Berger campaign staff: “Trump did that to himself. He has inflicted this same calamity on millions of others.

# 1 Michael Moore: “This poor virus was sucked into his body and is now trapped there. How can he escape? He wants to use it as an accessory. “Do you see this Chinese flu?” I BEAT IT! Just like I’ll beat Biden! They are both a hoax! My thoughts and prayers are also with Covid-19. ”

# 1 Kathy griffin: “I would prefer you to be medically treated in one of your ICE detention centers, but okay.”

# 1 Kathy Griffin (again): “OK good. I will pray for him and his wife on one condition. NO mild symptoms. And they each go on a ventilator, for at least 5 days. This is my best and my final.

# 1 Michael Ian Black: “Pray for Trump’s speedy recovery so he can go to jail.”

# 1 Bradley Whitford: “The President’s arrogant, cynical and irresponsible denial of the deadly disease he is currently suffering from is the most devastating in human history.

# 1 Chris Rock: “My heart goes to COVID”

# 1 Mia farrow: “Can he invent this because he is facing loss and it is a way to bail out while saving face”

# 1 Joy reid: “Here’s how destroyed Trump’s credibility is at this point: I have a cell phone full of texts from people who don’t know whether to believe Trump actually has covid.”

# 1 Matt Negrin: “I’m not saying I think Trump is lying. I’m not saying I think he’s not lying. I’m just saying he lies about everything all the time, especially the coronavirus, and it probably makes sense to say ‘Trump says he tested positive’ instead of taking this liar at his word like that ‘

# 1 Linda sarsour: “Looks like someone doesn’t want to go back to the debate stage.”

# 1 Sarah Aswell: “I think he will survive. As a drunk driver always seems to be the only one to survive a collision with a bus of church children.

# 1 David Simon: “Honestly, when a man lies so much, am I wrong to imagine another wolf cry for an October surprise? Whether Trump will claim a positive test, come forward as asymptomatic, or claim to be cured with bleach, then dismiss COVID again as a Democratic hoax? I’m wrong, right?

Of course, not everyone on the left responded with such vitriol.

Rainn Wilson showed everyone how it should be done when he posted this

I wish the President and the 1st Family the best and a speedy recovery!

Good for Rainn, but it shows how far we’ve fallen as a nation.

At this point, Dwight’s Office have become the voice of reason in our society.

Think about it for a moment.

It has become extremely clear that our nation is so divided that none of our current politicians will ever be able to get us together again.

Trump won’t be able to do it, Joe Biden won’t be able to do it, and Kamala Harris won’t be able to do it if she takes over from Biden one day.

No matter who resides in the White House, that individual is going to be deeply hated by a very large percentage of the population. If the level of hatred in our country continues to rise, it will eventually get to the point where our nation is essentially ungovernable by anyone.

For years I have written articles about how we desperately need to find a way to love each other, but these articles usually pass like a lead balloon. The mainstream media has been teaching us to hate each other for so long, and at this point most Americans have decided it’s okay to hate those on the other side.

But a divided house surely with a downfall, and there is no future for a deeply fractured nation that is divided into factions that viciously hate each other.

One of the main reasons the United States had been so successful for so long was that almost the entire population was united by a common set of values. This is clearly no longer the case, and it is difficult to imagine seeing such a unit again.

At this point, we are already seeing violence in the streets every night, and many believe that we have now entered a period of permanent civil unrest.

For any society that wants to function well, civility is not optional. And so the fact that civility has almost entirely disappeared in Washington DC is extremely alarming.

If our leaders cannot even treat each other with dignity and respect, what hope is there for the rest of the nation?

The enormous outpouring of hatred for Trump that we have witnessed over the past few days makes it clear that there will be no cure for America anytime soon.

Instead, these upcoming elections threaten to deepen our divisions no matter who ends up winning.

I wish it hadn’t been that way, but it is, and so we have to grapple with the reality that we will be living in a very broken nation for the foreseeable future.

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