Donald Trump has the doctrine of defining dissent-vaxxers

And the division over medicine reflects our opposition. In a Gallup poll held in late September, 92% of Democrats had received at least one drug injection, while only 56% of Republicans did the same.

Donald Trump thinks he knows why. Here is his comment during an “interview” with Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Thursday evening:

“During my reign, everyone needed medicine. There was no one to say oh, gee, I don’t want to take it. Now they do. And it’s because they don’t trust the Biden regime. I can’t think of another reason.

“But they say we don’t want it, we’re not going to take it. When I was there, everyone wanted it and we were really doing it. And, the troops did a good job.”

Well … so Mr. Trump is saying that 44% of the undocumented Republicans are refusing because they do not want or trust President Joe Biden?

It wouldn’t be possible – and stay with me here – to try to persevere in undermining the very real idea of ​​four years of leadership, right? If the president regularly reduced the threat posed by the virus, he ridiculed the importance of wearing a mask to stop the spread and sought to reduce the risk of experts like Dr. Anthony Fauci? And what, if this seed of denial of truth and skill has taken root, grows in all sorts of evil and evil ways?

Yes, that’s all if Republicans do not trust Biden even a drug developed under the Trump administration – a fact that the former President acts in the very public sense he does.

The Mind: We know why the antidote is so widespread among Republicans. It’s Donald Trump, with help from his friends – like Sean Hannity – at Fox News.


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