Trump Derangement vs. Trump Enablement
As the world continues its draconian slide through the plandemic psyop, our country has divided itself firmly into two misguided camps. As has been the case since the election of Donald Trump, that division is centered around his impossibly cartoonish personality.
Those who suffer from the very real Trump Derangement Syndrome disorder have taken the side of the virus, clinging to it like desperate leeches. They are emotionally invested in the virus, and in the medical and scientific “experts” who promote its dangers, and advocate more authoritarian means to combat it.
Meanwhile, the Trump faithful who remain loyal to him in spite of all the evidence that he is in fact just another neocon Republican, have contracted their own disorder, Trump Enablement Syndrome. This group, while largely demanding that the country open up again, bends with every Trumpian flip-flop. They cheer when Trump quips that we can “beat” the virus without a vaccine, and turn a deaf ear when he announces the military will be administering it.
Only in the conspiracy world I inhabit can one find independent alternative views. Every politician in both “competing” parties is waiting breathlessly for a vaccine to defeat this horrific plague. They conveniently forget that the flu has not been eradicated by a vaccine. They are also shockingly ignorant of the well documented negative effects from vaccines. Instead, they are listening to the Godfather of this plandemic, noted nondoctor and nonscientist, eugenicist Bill Gates.
Gates and his equally unqualified wife Melinda have really been increasing the pro- vaccine rhetoric lately. They advocate continuing this disastrous lock down until everyone has been safely vaccinated. Along with the Beetlejuice-looking Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, whose arrogant pronouncements seem like self-satire, the transsexual Secretary of Health in Pennsylvania, Los Angeles’s “health” director, who looks like she belongs on the set of The Walking Dead, and the obese health ministers of Belgium, Alberta, and Quebec, it’s difficult to take their advice seriously. Or to keep a straight face.
Article from LewRockwell