Is it really so difficult to have a little consideration for other people?

Is it really so difficult to have a little consideration for other people?

Today, President Trump visited a Ford factory in Michigan. You can see a long video of his visit here:

This video has everything. Sycophants, fake news, Ben Carson, Trump bored of listening to sycophants, hydroxychloroquine use, the Defacto POTUS, physical distancing, lies about the numbers of new cases, demands to open the country, demands to open the churches, complaining about Democrats, Predictions about how great the economy will be, complaints about governors, threats to withhold funding from states, stumping for Republican candidates, warnings about voter fraud, lying, pirate voting, vote harvesting, China, catastrophic flooding, FEMA, ventilators, Army Engineers, some dams that shouldn’t have broken, Rolling Stones soundtrack, masks, some bitchin’Ford Trucks, Michael Jackson, Mustangs, American flags, AN ALL ELECTRIC PROTOTYPE TRUCK!!!!!, Ford Covid-19 Equipment production, BUILT COVID TOUGH, face shields, Trump sauntering in with no mask to the melodic sounds of REM’s ‘Losing my Religion’, a HUGE stockpile of ventilators, 6000 ventilators per week, a demand to get back to the rallies, more fiscal stimulus, 200 miles of wall and a really secure southern border, 200 million vaccines to be administered by the military, grades for governors, millions and millions of lives saved, stock tips, photo opportunities, speeches by Ford executives, CRINGING, a personal endorsement by Trump for the new Ford Bronco, an inheritance of empty cupboards, Henry Ford who had “Good Bloodlines if you believe in that”, A serious wall, rambling on and on, and an epic comeback for the economy that will be even better than the last greatest economy that had ever been. Finally, Trump walks off the stage to the sound of The Rolling Stones’s “You can’t always get what you want”.

Trump even claimed that Michigan had once named him Man of the Year, but no one seems to know what he is talking about. Anderson Cooper already investigated this bizarre claim when Trump made it before.

There. I watched it for you so that you won’t have to.

He didn’t wear a mask even though it is state law to wear masks in factories. Trump claimed that he didn’t want the press to have the pleasure of seeing him wear one–although he apparently looks really good in a mask.

Trump didn’t wear a mask.

After Trump broke the law in Michigan, AG Dana Nessel agreed that Trump was no longer welcome in Michigan and that he was a petulant child. She also suggested that Ford would have consequences for allowing Trump within their facility without the benefit of a mask.

“I think that we’re going to have to have a very serious conversation with Ford in the event that they permitted the President to be in publicly enclosed places in violation of the order,” Nessel said after Trump flouted the order during the public portion of the tour. “They knew exactly what the order was and if they permitted anyone, even the President of the United States, to defy that order, I think it has serious health consequences potentially to their workers.”

AG Dana Nessel

Seemingly enraged at Trump’s purposeful defiance of the law, Nessel went on to suggest that Trump had set a bad example for the citizens of Michigan who have greatly suffered from the Covid-19 pandemic.

“I am ashamed to have him be President of the United States of America,” she said.”And I hope that the voters of Michigan will remember this when November comes, that he didn’t care enough about their safety, he didn’t care about their welfare, he didn’t respect them enough just to engage in the very simple task, the painless task, the easy task of wearing a mask when he was provided one.””And so I hope that we’ll have a new president soon enough who does respect people more than this president does,”

AG Dana Nessel

After Nessel’s rebuke of Trump’s behavior, he took to Twitter to lash back.

A few minutes later, Trump tweeted again:

Clearly, AG Dana Nessel got under Trump’s skin.

Over 53,000 people in Michigan have tested positive for Covid-19, and there have been over 5000 deaths attributed to the virus. Currently, the death rate in Michigan is 9.55%.

Do you believe that President Trump should have worn a mask to the Ford facility?

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