A devastating illness is now crippling America’s economy. That illness, of course, is Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS).
The good news is that we’ve finally located Patient Zero! It’s always important to figure out who the original disease vector was, so we can trace the ways in which a terrible mental illness like TDS has spread throughout a population.
The bad news… Patient Zero for TDS is the doctor on the news every day with President Trump right now, briefing the nation on the Chinese virus outbreak that is being used as a cheap excuse to wreck America’s economy: Dr. Anthony Fauci.
If you’ve missed the news, the average age of Italians dying from the Chinese coronavirus remains steady at 81. Hey, has anyone else noticed that the doctor in charge of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases is an 80-year-old Italian? Is it possible that the person urging President Trump to put all 50 states on a 6-month economic lockdown might have some sort of… personal, vested interest in how this virus is dealt with?
Just kidding! Doctors are no doubt just as objective, fair and neutral as mainstream media reporters. It’s not like Dr. Anthony Fauci would sabotage America just because he personally happens to be in the extreme risk group for catching the Chinese virus!
Someone had the bright idea this past week to search through the Hillary Clinton archives published by WikiLeaks. It turns out that Dr. Anthony Fauci was sending fan letters to his favorite politician back when she was Barack Obama’s Secretary of State.
And these do not read like letters from an esteemed doctor at the National Institutes of Health writing to the then-Secretary of State about matters of importance to the world of medicine. They read more like something that was written by Pepe Le Pew, the horny French skunk that was always chasing unfortunate female cats around in the old Warner Bros. cartoons.
On June 1, 2012, Hillary Clinton gave a speech at the World Health Organization in Oslo, Norway. The topic of the speech was what an incredible job China had done in upgrading and expanding its health care system (that speech aged really well). The day after Hillary gave that speech, here’s the email that Dr. Anthony Fauci sent to Clinton’s assistant/attorney Cheryl Mills:
“Wow! Very rarely does a speech bring me to tears, but this one did it. Talk about telling it like it is. This was a bases-loaded home run. Please tell the Secretary that I love her more than ever… you guys too, of course.
Um… he cried at her globalist speech in which she praised China’s health care system? O… kay…
On January 23, 2013, Hillary Clinton testified before the House and Senate. You probably remember those hearings, in which she tried to justify the deaths of four Americans in Libya, where she was selling arms to ISIS fighters to be transported to Syria (in a deal quite possibly negotiated by James Comey, who would become Obama’s FBI Director a few months later). It was in one of those hearings that Hillary famously pounded the table and screeched, “At this point, what difference does it make?!”
That same day, Dr. Anthony Fauci sent this email to Cheryl Mills with the subject line: “From your doctor admirer:”
“Anyone who had any doubts about the Secretary’s stamina and capability following her illness had those doubts washed away by today’s performance before the Senate and the House. She faced extremely difficult circumstances at the Hearings and still she hit it right out of the park. Please tell her that we all love her and are very proud to know her.
Does his wife know he’s been sending Hillary Clinton letters like that? “I love her more than ever!” I wonder who Dr. Anthony Fauci voted for in 2016?
If you’ve been scratching your head during press conferences for the past week and wondering why the doctor guy on TV with President Trump’s team keeps suggesting nutty things, like shutting down our entire economy or that comparing Chinese virus statistics to car crashes or the seasonal flu is a “false comparison,” I think we know why now.
I also think that America should get a second opinion before following any of Fauci’s advice, which is clearly designed to sabotage Trump’s reelection chances.