Democrats have deliberately used the Coronavirus pandemic to gain political power for themselves.
Of course, the most blatant example is the Biden team; following the retrospective lead of Hillary Clinton (“This would be a terrible crisis to waste as the old saying goes,”) Biden and others set out an Orwellian strategy almost immediately after the virus was detected; scare the hell out of older citizens and press them relentlessly to vote early through suspect mailed-out ballots. They blamed Trump for the virus and falsely claimed that he had mishandled the pandemic.
Others shamelessly jumped on the bandwagon:
GOV. JAY INSLEE (D-WA): We should not be intimidated when people say, oh, you can’t use this COVID crisis to peddle a solution to climate change. No, we have to recognize the necessity of this moment.
SEN. BERNIE SANDERS (I-VT): If there is any silver lining in the midst of this terrible, terrible and unprecedented moment in American history in terms of the economy, in terms of the pandemic, it is that maybe we start rethinking some fundamental tenets about the way our government and society works.
Donald Trump’s handling of the spread of the virus and leading the effort to obtain a vaccine have been nearly perfect; the vaccines are on the way with a projected efficiency rate nearing one hundred percent. Biden doesn’t sincerely care because he is the President-Elect, and his earlier sinister agendas have now been rendered moot.
The concern now is the probability that the two democrats in the Georgia runoff will employ similar false narratives. The two Democrats have already used the virus for their political gain by stressing death totals.