Tugger wrote:LittleFokker wrote:You know what would be the real October surprise? If it turns out the White House was being honest about all of these positive tests.
This administration has demonstrated they are willing to lie about anything and everything, including matters concerning the President's health, I wouldn't put it past them to fake all these people having COVID as a desperate attempt to attract sympathy and distract from all of the scandalous news of the last few weeks.
I don't have any proof that this is a hoax, but I do know they are depraved enough to try and wouldn't be the least bit shocked if it was a stunt.
Hell, if the press secretary said Trump died from the virus, I would want to be able to touch the cold body along with DNA confirmation that it really is Trump. The boys who cried wolf have lost all credibility with information.
The scale of the conspiracy, involving 10's to hundreds of people, that would be needed has me not really considering that to be possible. But that's me.
10's to hundreds of people on the same team, that's not that hard.
In an earlier post that got deleted, I wrote that I think that it's too convenient for Trump to be diagnosed when his reelection bid is falling apart based on the poor debate performance and his mismanagement of Covid.
It's also very convenient that he wasn't tested ahead of the debate because he was late.
As I said, I'll believe it if he dies of Covid.
Otherwise, this could all be a ploy to try to turn the election around.
If he comes on the stage in a week looking like Covid was not worse than a flu and shouting it over the roofs, claiming that it's ridiculous to change our way of lives for this little ailment, hailing Remdesivir and Regeneron as definite cures, 100% this was all fake. Remdisivir by itself should humble him, these antivirals turn your stomach completely upside down and then some.
If he comes on the stage in a few weeks looking humble, announcing that it was pretty bad and that he is going to take more measures to curb the spread and begging everyone to wear masks, in a U-turn similar to good ol' Boris Johnson's (whom became a lot wiser after catching Covid), it is probably real.
This virus has the power to humble and inject realism to its victims, even the ones with big mouths.
Former Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi left hospital on Monday 11 days after being admitted with coronavirus, an experience he described as perhaps "the most difficult" in his life.
https://www.thelocal.it/20200914/once-a ... -treatment