Watch the faces of those on TV complaining about our mask-free president.
I just read the opinion that Donald Trump is guilty of killing thousands because he won’t be seen wearing a mask.
He observes the most basic of the warnings we’ve been given since day one: Don’t get sneezed on by sick people.
“Wear a mask,” he said. Repeatedly. So did the doctors, Fauci and the other one, who everyone got mad about because Trump called her by her first name, because when he did that everyone forgot she was a doctor, forever.
(Why must they force us to keep calling them ‘snowflakes,’ these tough people who claim they don’t get bothered by no stinking MAGAs?)
Trump doesn’t want to wear a mask. He keeps his distance. He doesn’t get sneezed on.
But he is killing people because of his example.
He’s normalizing not wearing a mask.
Who do viewers of television news see more of — Trump, or the people who host hours of programming?
What about other public figures — will they be mentioned in the inevitable lawsuits for not being a good example for people who presumably can dress themselves and see to their medical needs?
You’ve known what to do with a mask from day one. Everyone has.