Great reader comment on Trump critics

April 25, 2020 |

From Lawrence:

Regarding the second-guessing about whether we should have shut down the whole country that will come (already has in some cases), I learned in Vietnam, and again in Iraq, second-guessing is second nature to some folks. In both wars, we would provide intelligence to commanders that an attack was planned for a certain base and a certain time period. The commanders would then undertake very visible upgrades to their defense, readily observed by the enemy, and if an attack did not come, they would deride the intelligence unit instead of saying that they had deterred the attack by their defensive upgrade efforts. I guarantee, at some point Democrats will say the shut-down was unnecessary, and Trump did it for his own self-gain, and the damage to the economy was Trump's fault.

From the Gov:

Anything they can twist to make the President's choices seem at fault, you know they will. They would never have given him credit for the fabulous economy we had pre-virus, but they’ll hang this on him for sure. It won't even have to make sense. Thanks, Lawrence, for being such an astute observer of human nature and writing in.

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  • Deborah Davis

    04/26/2020 07:02 PM

    Trump had no reason to sabotage the economy. The economy was his shining star. Unless they try to say he wished some harm on America and people.

  • Pamela Fortuna

    04/25/2020 09:21 PM

    When is this Country going to come together and quit blame throwing and saying what “Could” happen? It’s what’s happening Now that’s important!