Democrats respond to Trump's Oval address with vicious partisan rancor

On Wednesday night, a solemn President Trump spoke for less than ten minutes to tell Americans what steps the federal government has taken and will take to address the spread of coronavirus around the world.  These steps include stopping all travel from Europe, payroll tax relief, small business loans, and aide for American workers who become sick or must care for someone who is sick.

Although it was not a flowery speech, Trump reminded Americans that health crises are a fact of life.  What matters is how one responds.  In the face of the panic sweeping America, Trump promised us that "[t]his is not a financial crisis.  This is just a temporary moment in time that we will overcome together as a nation and as a world."

After detailing the practical steps he will take, Trump ended by saying America has tremendous financial resilience, which makes his proposals possible, and incredible human capital.  He also urged Americans to put aside partisan differences to provide the most robust response to a temporary, albeit severe, problem.

Within minutes, Democrats and NeverTrumps ignored the president's request that the country work together on the problem.  Instead, they swung instantly into action, castigating him for doing nothing (even though he acted quickly to restrict travel from China and quarantine travelers) and dreaming of all the horrible things that should happen to Trump and America.

Here are just a few examples of the hysteria and pure hatred that Democrats and NevertTrumps expressed for Trump and America itself.

The Palmer Report vomited panic, silliness, and hatred:

 

 

Garry Kasparov, a NeverTrump, voiced an elaborate fantasy that the most successful conservative president in modern American history was motivated by the fact that he's being exposed as a "fraud":

Laurence Tribe didn't need any evidence to state that Trump's proposals, made with advice from top scientists and financial experts, were awful.

Leftist activist Amy Siskind dreamed of a stock market crash:

One of CNN's legal analysts offered this "deep" insight into Trump:

Even a former felon got into the act (no doubt thinking virtue-signaling cleans his soul):

In some ways, the most representative tweet of all came from this nobody-with-a-blue-check.  Leftists are so desperate to prevent Trump from being re-elected in November that they want him to have a Hurricane Katrina moment — that is, they want a catastrophic event that damages Americans so severely that Trump will be politically hurt:

What these people and all the others in their dismal train have forgotten completely is that, in 2009, it took 10,000 American deaths before Obama did anything about H1N1:

In 2020, with Trump, not Obama, in the White House and fewer than three dozen American deaths, this same pack of baying morons is howling that Trump is an abject failure and hoping Americans suffer so badly that they're willing to elect a communist or a senile old man.

These people are evil.  There's no other word for it.

 

 

On Wednesday night, a solemn President Trump spoke for less than ten minutes to tell Americans what steps the federal government has taken and will take to address the spread of coronavirus around the world.  These steps include stopping all travel from Europe, payroll tax relief, small business loans, and aide for American workers who become sick or must care for someone who is sick.

Although it was not a flowery speech, Trump reminded Americans that health crises are a fact of life.  What matters is how one responds.  In the face of the panic sweeping America, Trump promised us that "[t]his is not a financial crisis.  This is just a temporary moment in time that we will overcome together as a nation and as a world."

After detailing the practical steps he will take, Trump ended by saying America has tremendous financial resilience, which makes his proposals possible, and incredible human capital.  He also urged Americans to put aside partisan differences to provide the most robust response to a temporary, albeit severe, problem.

Within minutes, Democrats and NeverTrumps ignored the president's request that the country work together on the problem.  Instead, they swung instantly into action, castigating him for doing nothing (even though he acted quickly to restrict travel from China and quarantine travelers) and dreaming of all the horrible things that should happen to Trump and America.

Here are just a few examples of the hysteria and pure hatred that Democrats and NevertTrumps expressed for Trump and America itself.

The Palmer Report vomited panic, silliness, and hatred:

 

 

Garry Kasparov, a NeverTrump, voiced an elaborate fantasy that the most successful conservative president in modern American history was motivated by the fact that he's being exposed as a "fraud":

Laurence Tribe didn't need any evidence to state that Trump's proposals, made with advice from top scientists and financial experts, were awful.

Leftist activist Amy Siskind dreamed of a stock market crash:

One of CNN's legal analysts offered this "deep" insight into Trump:

Even a former felon got into the act (no doubt thinking virtue-signaling cleans his soul):

In some ways, the most representative tweet of all came from this nobody-with-a-blue-check.  Leftists are so desperate to prevent Trump from being re-elected in November that they want him to have a Hurricane Katrina moment — that is, they want a catastrophic event that damages Americans so severely that Trump will be politically hurt:

What these people and all the others in their dismal train have forgotten completely is that, in 2009, it took 10,000 American deaths before Obama did anything about H1N1:

In 2020, with Trump, not Obama, in the White House and fewer than three dozen American deaths, this same pack of baying morons is howling that Trump is an abject failure and hoping Americans suffer so badly that they're willing to elect a communist or a senile old man.

These people are evil.  There's no other word for it.