Will the never-ending bemoaning over Donald Trump defeating Hillary Clinton in the 2016 General Election ever stop? Probably not.
Liberals are still in shock that President Trump handedly defeated Hillary that it has led to a widespread diagnosis of Trump Derangement Syndrome in these distraught liberals. Nowhere is that diagnosis worse than in Hollywood.
And this Hollywood actress absurdly claimed the global effect of the new coronavirus wouldn’t have happened if Hillary Clinton was President of the United States.
Just remember, although the threat of this COVID-19 spreading further is a serious global issue, it’s the mainstream media that is weaponizing the narrative about the stock market declining and instilling widespread fear.
Hollywood celebrities are also responsible for perpetuating that fear because they’re still distressed because the industry’s precious Hillary Clinton was defeated by President Trump.
They want him out of office so bad that they will say just about anything to achieve that unattainable goal, including the use of ad-hominem attacks, bullying his supporters through shame, and claiming asinine absurdities and whataboutisms with desperation.
You may not remember Bernhard because it’s been so long since she was remotely relevant but she had roles in Martin Scorsese’s “The King of Comedy” and “Hudson Hawk.” However, she’s largely known for her standup comedy routines and starring in “Roseanne,” ironically enough.
Hillary Clinton tweeted this last week:
I know this is all hard for you, @realdonaldtrump, so let me spell it out:
– Free testing
– Fee waivers
– Emergency sick leave
– Giving a damn
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 12, 2020
Clearly that was a direct attack against President Trump’s handling of COVID-19 spreading like wildfire across the globe. It’s rich that Hillary thinks she knows what it’s like to sit in the chair in the Oval Office, but the reality is she doesn’t and she’ll never know.
Bernhard responded Hillary’s tweet; “listen my wonderful lady we blew it this country hangs its head in shame you are our rightful President and none of this chaos would be happening under your watch, thank you for standing up, still.”
President Trump declared a National Emergency early last week, which allowed for an $8.3 billion emergency funding package for struggling Americans to combat this unpreventable hardship.
He promised to provide Americans with the resources needed to outlast the length of the pandemic saying, “No resources will be spared. Nothing whatsoever.”
The White House advised all Americans to avoid groups of more than ten people and urged elderly people to stay at home altogether. These new guidelines designed by the Trump administration are to combat the spread of the outbreak.
Trump added during the press conference about the potential length of this unavoidable catastrophe, “I’ve asked that question many, many times. We’ll see what happens, but they think August, could be July, could be longer than that.”
But to asininely assert that Hillary Clinton could have magically eradicated this worldwide disease is a level of delusion that’s palpable. Nobody could’ve prevented the inevitable, not even Trump.
As Trump said recently, we will “turn the corner” on this virus. It’s only a matter of when it will happen.