How to Get Out of Post-Election ‘Covid’ Riots

  • September 24, 2021

It has been more than a week since President Trump tweeted that his administration was “going to do a tremendous job” fighting “Covids” and that the virus was “a great thing” because of the media’s coverage. 

The president has been on a media blitz since he took office, tweeting and retweeting stories from local news outlets about the virus, with a lot of negative coverage.

But he did not mention the virus by name, and even he did so with a slight tone of resignation.

The White House has repeatedly said it was not aware of the “covid” that was being used as a hashtag.

But a White House official told The Associated Press the administration is not in a position to comment on the spread of the virus.

“We are not aware that there is a covid outbreak,” the official said.

“The president is doing his job and that is to make sure people can get to work, and to be prepared to deal with the threat of the coronavirus.”

Trump has been tweeting from his personal account and his personal Twitter account since he was sworn in, but he did do so with some self-deprecating humor. 

“As a new president, I’m going to do everything in my power to get the covid epidemic under control,” Trump tweeted on Jan. 20.

“I know you will.”

Trump also tweeted, “I have a plan for the coronivirus.

We’re going to be a great nation again.”

He also wrote, “We have been doing a great job, we are not a bad country, and we are a very, very beautiful country.

I know you’ll love it.” 

But it is not just the White House that has been dealing with the virus and dealing with its effects.

There are also other government agencies, like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which have issued several press releases about the spread. 

CDC director Tom Frieden said in January that he expected the spread to peak in the second week of March. 

Trump has repeatedly blamed the media for spreading the virus to the country.

He tweeted about a story he wrote on January 19 that called out CNN and the Washington Post, saying “fake news” was responsible for spreading “fake coronaviruses” to the U.S.A. CNN published the story that was picked up by multiple outlets and picked up other media outlets around the world, including CBS and Fox News, with the headline “U.S., China, Europe ‘faked’ coronaviral pandemic.”

Trump tweeted in January about a New York Times article that said, “The Trump administration is taking on a COVID-19 crisis that could have been averted if the media had not reported it.”

Trump was responding to the story, which had an article on the front page that said the Whitehouse and Trump are “taking the coronovirus crisis very seriously.” 

Trump’s response to the NYT article was to tweet, “FAKE NEWS media.

The @nytimes just said we’re doing great.

We are!”

Trump tweeted about the NYT story on January 24, calling it “a hoax.” 

He later tweeted, “Just read the New YorkTimes, the @nytimes and many others are fake news, made up by the dishonest media, but I will never let them destroy America!” 

Trump also retweeted a link to a tweet from the NYT that claimed that the WhiteHouse was “under surveillance by the Feds,” which the Whitehead tweeted out on January 25.

The story, from the New Yorker, claimed that “a senior administration official has confirmed that the Trump administration, which is conducting an unprecedented and unprecedented response to a massive coronavirovirus outbreak, is under surveillance by US law enforcement and federal prosecutors.”

The Whitehead retweeted that story and it has been retweeted by other news outlets as well. 

There are also numerous articles and reports that say the White house is trying to find a way to take over the federal government, which would mean taking control of the entire federal government and the entire news media. 

While Trump has continued to say that he wants the federal shutdown to end, his tweets on Jan 25 and January 26 have focused on how to get people to “do the right thing” and “do their jobs.” 

A few of the tweets have been negative, like Trump tweeting about “carnivirus hysteria,” and he said that if there is another pandemic, he will “do something about it” instead of the usual way.

“You’re going for the government shutdown,” Trump said. 

And he added, “You’re not going to get it.

I have the greatest ability to get rid of this mess.

But you’re not gonna get it.”

The president did not say that in his tweet, but a WhiteHouse