DNC Speaker Tries To Blame Trump For Viruses Spreading In Ridiculous Tweet

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The Democratic National Convention brought the left’s entire anti-Trump platform to light.

There were no real benefits presented for the average working-class American, but there was a lot of blaming the current administration for things way outside of their control.

One woman, with no apparent background in politics, delivers an emotional rant trying to shift votes to the murky liberal waters by ignoring facts and logic – as is often the tactic of choice.

Kristin Urquiza tragically lost her father to COVID-19, and the grief has led her to direct her anger towards a likely scapegoat- President Donald Trump.

During the speech to thousands of drones drooling to sink their teeth in our President at any cost, Urquiza says her dad was “a healthy 65-year-old” before his three-week long battle with COVID-19, after which he passed.

After capturing the attention of her intended audience, Urquiza then went on to twist words to present ideas and not facts that drove her point home, saying:

He had faith in Donald Trump. He voted for him, listened to him, believed him and his mouthpieces when they said that coronavirus was under control and going to disappear; that it was okay to end social distancing rules before it was safe; and that if you had no underlying health conditions, you’d probably be fine.”

The 65-year old father was thought to have contracted the virus at a karaoke night in his home of Arizona once the stay-at-home order was lifted.

State rules were followed and Urquiza’s father still contracted the coronavirus.

Not because of something Trump did or didn’t do, not because of any one person’s cruel actions, but because viruses infect people and are highly resilient.

Even Dr. Fauci admitted, according to CNBC, that the coronavirus isn’t going to disappear, but is going to have less effect after herd immunity…like most other viruses, such as influenza, we encounter.

However, despite a basic knowledge of how viruses function and the odds of battling one, Urquiza still blamed Trump personally for her father’s illness.

Murderer isn’t the only fictitious label Urquiza slaps on our president.

She also has tweeted about how Trump doesn’t care about immigrants, and that he labels all Mexicans rapists and murderers.

Well, that’s just not true, he has correctly labeled true criminals “rapists and murderers”, which has been a prevailing problem among illegal immigrants in this country which is why we have the legal immigration process.

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There have been countless cases where undocumented immigrants have committed heinous crimes such as when one murdered his wife with a chainsaw, as Mommy Underground has previously reported.

In her father’s obituary she wrote:

His death is due to the carelessness of the politicians who continue to jeopardize the health of brown bodies through a clear lack of leadership, refusal to acknowledge the severity of this crisis, and inability and unwillingness to give clear and decisive direction on how to minimize the risk.”

President Trump was swift and decisive at the start of the pandemic, shutting down incoming flights from certain countries he felt posed a threat, and he received Democratic backlash over it.

The left continuously praise the WHO, despite their constant misinformation about the coronavirus, as Mommy Underground has previously reported, and then blames Trump when he uses their data to make decisions.

Trump will continue to be a scapegoat for the left, whether it is logical and factual or not, because they have limited true points to win the American public over with.

Our president didn’t cause Hurricane Florence, as the Washington Post tries to assert, nor was he responsible for Hawaii’s nuclear bomb scare, as Jamie Lee Curtis tried to say in a tweet.

He is responsible, however, for increasing jobs, protecting this nation first, and providing a no-nonsense approach to each confrontation he is dealt with- and 2020 had plenty of them.

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