Discussion in 'Blazers OT Forum' started by Fez Forthright, Mar 26, 2020 at 6:36 PM.
Repubs, please, defend this
Guh..this is gonna go well. Imma gonna change the title.
I wasn't directly calling repubs Trumptards.
For some reason they automatically assume that. I wonder why
Then who were you refering too
Edited video. Easy peasy.
26 second mark
It's a "democratic hoax."
Not the coronavirus.
If you believe that, you have comprehension issues.
His words nor the context of those words were edited. Its just a jump further into his speech.
Yes. He was clearly talking about how the Democrats were using the politicization of coronavirus in their long line of hoaxes.
Trump said the coronavirus was a democratic hoax. He said the Dems saying we need to be fucking serious about it is politizing it and that it is a hoax
No, he didn't. You have comprehension issues.
He called the coronavirus a hoax. He shamed the Dems for taking the virus seriously.
No I don't. I can read between the lines quite well
You obviously can't.
That makes no sense whatsoever.
How the hell is politicization of something a hoax?
Maybe he should invest in a dictionary and a thesaurus. It would behoove him to have a vocabulary of someone past the 6th grade.
Did President Trump Refer to the Coronavirus as a ‘Hoax’?
U.S. President Donald Trump referred to the new coronavirus as a "hoax."
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During a Feb. 28, 2020, campaign rally in South Carolina, President Donald Trump likened the Democrats' criticism of his administration's response to the new coronavirus outbreak to their efforts to impeach him, saying "this is their new hoax." During the speech he also seemed to downplay the severity of the outbreak, comparing it to the common flu.
Despite creating some confusion with his remarks, Trump did not call the coronavirus itself a hoax.
You have RDS
Reality Derangement Syndrome.
Nope. It's pretty clear he didnt call the coronavirus a hoax. But continue living in an state of delusion, where MAGS lives in your head, rent-free.
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