So â€” you know, itâ€™s interesting: [Dr. Fauci]â€™s got a very good approval rating, and I like that. Itâ€™s good. Because remember, heâ€™s working for this administration. Heâ€™s working with us, John. We could have gotten other people. We could have gotten somebody else. It didnâ€™t have to be Dr. Fauci. Heâ€™s working with our administration. And, for the most part, weâ€™ve done pretty much what he and others â€” Dr. Birx and others, who are terrific â€” recommended.
And heâ€™s got this high approval rating, so why donâ€™t I have a high approval rating with respect â€” and the administration, with respect to the virus? We should have a very high, because what weâ€™ve done in terms of â€” weâ€™re just reading off about the masks and the gowns and the ventilators and numbers that nobody has seen, and the testing at 55 million tests; we tested more than anybody in the world. I have a graph that Iâ€™d love to show you â€” perhaps youâ€™ve seen it â€” where weâ€™re up here and the rest of the world is down at a level thatâ€™s just a tiny fraction of what weâ€™ve done, in terms of testing.
So it sort of is curious: A man works for us â€” with us, very closely, Dr. Fauci, and Dr. Birx also highly thought of. And yet, theyâ€™re highly thought of, but nobody likes me. It can only be my personality. Thatâ€™s all.
Or because you’re doing a shitty job.
I mean, can you imagine a more pathetic, whiny statement from any other preznit? Gravity crush, that is astonishing.
Meanwhile, U.S. Rep. Louis Gohmert (Asshole Party, Texas), who has spent as much time as possible marching around without a preventive face covering, was diagnosed with the COVID. And, he decided it was best to inform his staff in person.
The schadenfreude needs to not be so out of control. I HOPE HE HAS RESPIRATORY ISSUES FOR THE REST OF HIS LIFE shhhhh….