A reasonable request

The Smartest Man in the World has a simple request for President Trump:

I’m sorry, but I’ve gotta say it.

Dear President Trump: With all due respect, stop claiming credit for poisoning the human race. You’re smarter than that.

Forget what Gates told you, what Fauci told you, what that fashionably complexioned little cipher from the WHO told you. In fact, even if Javanka told you to fiercely claim credit for this fiasco, have them escorted from the room by Secret Service agents. (Yes, family is important, but we’re talking about the survival of humanity here.)

I vouched for your IQ the first time you ran; I said that you intellectually outclassed the typical Harvard professor. Granted, the typical Harvard professor is a drooling libtard who also believes in getting “vaccinated” with Covid/HIV spike proteins, but you need to outclass them, and claiming credit for the whole fiasco hardly does the trick.

Please reconsider your self-portrayal as “Mr. Operation Warp Speed”. By doing away with long-term safety tests for these genetic toxins, the government has horribly endangered the health and welfare of every man, woman, and child in America. Thank you for your service, and thanks for your attention.

Sincerely, Chris Langan

He’s not wrong. President Trump is still the greatest US President since Andrew Jackson, no question, but of all his failures, it’s probably his endorsement and encouragement of the not-vaxx that is going to be the most lasting stain on his record, regardless of what eventually comes out about the current political situation and the election fraud.

And I only say “probably” because a) we don’t know exactly how bad it is going to be in the long term and b) we don’t know what else is going to come out. As bad as his failure to rein in Big Tech was, Operation Warp Speed was observably worse.