‘Drunken Political Frat Parties’: Trump Acts Like Covid-19 Doesn’t Exist At Rallies | All In | MSNBC

‘Drunken Political Frat Parties’: Trump Acts Like Covid-19 Doesn’t Exist At Rallies | All In | MSNBC 1

 

“This is a moment where we need profound compassion and profound sobriety. Instead these guys are holding drunken political frat parties,” Obama alum Patrick Gaspard says of Trump’s super spreader rallies. Aired on 10/28/2020.
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‘Drunken Political Frat Parties’: Trump Acts Like Covid-19 Doesn’t Exist At Rallies | All In | MSNBC

67 Comments on "‘Drunken Political Frat Parties’: Trump Acts Like Covid-19 Doesn’t Exist At Rallies | All In | MSNBC"

  1. Donald Trump is killing our country

  2. Two things in the world shouldn’t exist. Covid-19 and Donald J. Trump.

  3. When fascism comes to America it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying a cross.

  4. I hope Trumpers will enjoy their covid parties later on…

  5. Ya he’s pretending Covid doesn’t exist. He’s keeping all of the treatments to himself as he’s infecting Americans on purpose. Vote him out.

  6. Ann van de Kew | October 28, 2020 at 10:18 PM | Reply

    Trump is like a Russian snowflake:
    white, fragile and hopefully gone by spring.

  7. Trump told Woodward in March, was part of a strategy to deliberately minimize the danger. “I wanted to always play it down,” the president said. “I still like playing it down because I don’t want to create a panic.”
    VOTE EARLY
    #BYEDON2020

    • … He also pointed out to Woodward that it hits young people pretty hard, and then he goes out trying to get kids back in school…

    • @Looney Times he also pointed out that it “goes through air which is much harder (to control) than touch” – but he happily lets his supporters choose to not wear mask – re Trump Rally Blitz/ SCOTUS Rose Garden Super Spreader event

    • Was it March ? …..or February?

  8. “Trump is dangerous and unfit for the office.” — Four Star General James N. Mattis, US Marine Corps, Retired.

    • 100% true, General. Would’ve been helpful if you had the balls to tell the emperor he has no clothes while you were still SECDEF, though. THAT’s the level of COURAGE we needed from the “adults in the room;” NOT post-resignation parting shots that only help your book sales.

    • Sad part is that all these a Trumpers who claim to be huge supporters of our military are not listening to the generals who have come forward to warn people about Trump; instead they malign them or at best ignore them in favor of a selfish, sociopathic draft dodger.

    • @P Jones Let’s not forget Giuliani, Cruz and Graham.

    • Polls show that the average Trump supporter is not concerned about the virus which is why Trump could actually win while we are on pace to lose a million citizens to a virus he did nothing to control.

    • You’d think anyone with ten brain cells would know this.

  9. We really don’t care if trumpies get covid its the fact that they are spreading it to children/elderly thats the problem.

  10. Trump should spend a few days in a Covid ICU. I can only imagine him still calling it fake. Pure psychopath.

  11. USA, a presidentless country

  12. Marilyn Reallon | October 28, 2020 at 10:25 PM | Reply

    Trump has never been known for his smarts!

  13. Taralya Mcdonough | October 28, 2020 at 10:26 PM | Reply

    Both Trump and Rand Paul were born into privilege, neither one matured.

  14. The solution to trump is,
    VOTE BIDEN.
    Simple.

  15. Trump: ‘ Hallelujah, the virus is gone. Its just as I predicted. I was right ‘

    The lone crow cawed from his perch on the skeletal tree which grew amongst the millions of gravestones. America was now the biggest cemetery in the world.

  16. VOTE OUT THE FRAUDSTER IN CHIEF TOO BIG TO RIG TOO REAL TO STEAL !..

  17. I’ll never figure out why there’s no accountability for this Reckless Behavior! Pathetic! We need our country back people! Vote! He’s going to try to steal this election! I knew he would be bad but I had no idea it would come to this!

    • vote red Trump 2020 | October 28, 2020 at 10:53 PM | Reply

      yes joe wiĺl try after all he had a good teacher his former lover obama told him how to cheat like he did twice

  18. Christine Loveless | October 28, 2020 at 10:37 PM | Reply

    Who believes trump had the virus? I have some creek water to sell!!!

  19. There is more than enough evidence to charge Trump with criminal negligent homicide of at least 200 thousand Americans.
    In proving negligent homicide, the prosecution only needs to establish that the defendants knew the risks associated with their actions.

    1. The defendant was aware of the risks associated with the actions that led to the other person’s death. ✔

    2. The defendant acted, or failed to act appropriately in a dangerous situation, and that action or inaction caused the victim’s death. ✔

    3. There is a direct link between the defendant’s conduct and the victim’s death. ✔

    Trump has admitted to downplaying the virus from the very beginning. He has been telling lies to the American since January, and with lethal consequences.

    Trump told Woodward he’s been minimizing the threat posed by the outbreak.
    Trump: “I wanted to always play it down. I still like playing it down,” Trump said.

    Trump during February 7 phone call with Bob Woodward:
    “It goes through air, Bob. That’s always tougher than the touch. You know, the touch, you don’t have to touch things. Right? But the air, you just breathe the air and that’s how it’s passed. And so that’s a very tricky one. That’s a very delicate one. It’s also more deadly than your, you know, your even your strenuous flus. This is 5% vs 1%. You know so, this is deadly stuff.”

    Three weeks after that call, Trump told this lie to the public during a February 26 White House press conference:
    Trump: “It’s a little like the regular flu that we have flu shots for. And we’ll essentially have a flu shot for this in a fairly quick manner.”

  20. He wants people to spread the virus so they can’t vote.

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