Even if America gets hit with a second wave of covid-19, as expected, President Trump stunned liberals by announcing that he won’t close the country down again. “We are going to put out the fires,” the president insists. “We’re not going to close the country.”
Second wave won’t wipe us out like the first
Unlike the wipe-out we got hit with in the first wave, when the second outbreak hits, President Donald Trump declared we’ll do a little surfing and ride it out. The president was touring a Ford factory in Michigan which converted over to producing ventilators.
We’ll care for the sick patients while those who are well can continue leading their lives. The Kung Flu will be with us forever so it’s time to start treating it realistically. After all, the cure can’t be worse than the disease.
“We can put out the fires. Whether it is an ember or a flame, we are going to put it out,” Trump declares. “But we are not closing our country.”
We did the right thing
During the first wave, President Trump agrees that we did the right thing by taking every precaution to slow the spread. “We did the right thing, but now it is time to open it up.” We have a lot more information now than we did in the beginning, but it came in too late to do good when it was most needed because the Chinese sat on crucial data. The World Health Organization let them get away with it.
Now that we know the virus isn’t going to make the rounds once and go away, we have to face the fact that “A never-ending lockdown would invite a public health calamity.” We can’t protect the population without proper infrastructure. “To protect the health of our people, we must have a functioning economy.”
President Trump was also quick to criticize “some Democrat governors.” They aren’t moving nearly fast enough to get up and running again. Unfortunately, the president notes, Democrat governors “think it’s great politics to keep it closed, but what are they doing, they’re hurting themselves.” According to President Trump, That’s not good. “You’ll break the country.”