Throughout the entire period of the Covid-1 pandemic epidemic, little attention has been paid to Trump’s contribution to the destruction of American life for his political ambitions থেকে from the media, from Democrats, and from the general public. Sadly, although he is no longer in a place where he should never have been allowed to visit, much less occupied, his influence is still wreaking havoc on American life.
Despite several media types blaming Covid’s destruction on America for Trump’s criminal negligence, little attention has been paid to Trump’s continued decline in the White House epidemic.
Now there is evidence that once the epidemic began to destroy the nation, he “The contribution of Americans to the adoption of a belief that neutralizes the rules of social distance. ”
In other words, Trump is not the only culprit Deliberately criminally neglected to help the plague across America, he encouraged the evil deeds of his acolytes that spread the virus throughout the population. Worse, he did it intentionally as part of his campaign strategy to stay in the Oval Office.
As reported in PsyPost:
“Who have supported President Donald Trump’s denial of the severity of the Covid-1 pandemic epidemic made him more likely to argue for deviating behavior in relation to social distance in the early stages of the coronavirus outbreak. The study is published in the scientific journal Misguided behavior. ”
Trump’s lie that the focus was on whether there was little danger for Americans from a horrific global epidemic was actually influenced by an ignorant and brutal narcissist; In particular, whether his fans will accept his lies and disobey the urgent call of medical science to accept and practice mitigation efforts to save human lives. As the author of the study, Francis T. Cullen, Emeritus, a leading researcher in criminal justice at the University of Cincinnati, noted:
“It is possible that the apparent influence of Donald Trump has been obscured and explained by issues like low self-determination, political parties and the like. [religious] Beliefs, and demographic characteristics.
In the end, the question we face is: Does Donald Trump’s denial of the dangers of the epidemic contribute to Americans’ acceptance of a belief that neutralizes and allows, if not encouraged, non-compliance with these rules?
The results of the study brought a curse accusation against Trump, as well as Americans expressing a willingness to accept the words of a failed businessman and becoming a reality television actor on the well-established recommendations of lifelong medical scientists.
Professor Cullen’s findings are consistent with another study conducted by his researchers which revealed that Trump’s support was involved in his followers deliberately disobeying social distance guidelines. And yet in a different study, researchers discovered:
“Americans who used Trump to get information about Covid-1 are less likely to see the coronavirus as a serious health problem, and less likely to see public health advice as effective or easy to follow.
Apparently those Americans were so ridiculously stupid that they were confused about how to follow general mitigation tips such as wearing a mask, washing your hands, not touching your face, and staying six feet apart. And it’s worth noting that a year later in the second wave of the more contagious COVID-19 variant they still resist that simple suggestion. Some Republican governors even prohibit public entities, public schools, and private businesses from implementing these mitigation efforts.
It certainly didn’t help to look at the religiously stupid, Trump was instrumental in spreading an incredibly deadly religious message “to pack up churches” before Easter; Then take a bleach enema or an ultraviolet light-emitting suppository. The suggestion is that very few of Trump’s followers have uttered their biblical god, or the words of a real medical scientist.
The real atrocity is that what Trump did to “mitigate” the effects of the virus was motivated by political skill, not ignorance.
A full two months before the virus landed on American soil, he was warned by his own national intelligence and security personnel that Kovid-1 posed a serious threat to the nation, but he was not interested.
He admitted to a nationally recognized journalist that he knew in January that the virus was airborne, but “eliminated” the threat as if it were not a threat to national health.
He even went so far as to tell his fans that the severity of the virus was nothing more than a “fraud used by Democrats to prevent his re-election.” A claim that about 20 percent of Americans, mostly his fans, were in great danger for themselves, their families and their communities.
Professor Collins summarizes how destructive Trump’s actions were in helping to spread the virus:
“He was a source of disloyalty, and converted many leaders in the Republican Party (especially governors) to portray the vaccine as a threat to independence. As Denier-in-Chief, it is reasonable to assume that many of his more loyal followers have made choices that have harmed their health and even their lives.
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