30 April 2020


Arwa Mahdawi had a biting piece in The Guardian on Tuesday (link here) with a title of "Trump is unraveling – even his supporters can't ignore it now." The secondary title is "the President is leaning heavily on sarcasm to excuse a range of blunders, but US conservatives are unimpressed."

"don’t know what kind of disinfectant Donald Trump has been injecting, but the man does not appear to be well," she opens. "The President’s lethal medical musing has turned him into even more of a global laughing stock and the widespread ridicule has clearly bruised his fragile ego. While Trump has never been a paradigm of calmness or competence, he has become increasingly irate and erratic in recent days. Now even his diehard supporters seem to be cooling towards him. Is the 'very stable genius' starting to unravel?"

Mahdawi is not alone in her assessment. Other pundits have reflected much the same in recent weeks and days.

Facing the gravest crisis in decades, American needs a calm, stable leader at the tiller. Instead, we have a histrionic, unstable hysteric who flies into drama queen mode over the smallest upset.

Even his base seems to be slipping away from him, as the piece infers. Republicans in New York state are revealed to have more confidence in their Democratic governor than a President from their own party.

That has to be a stat that should worry the White House. Yet they're probably just dismissing it as "fake news."

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29 April 2020

Painful Truths

The Irish columnist Fintan O'Toole wrote a brilliant, brutal piece on Saturday in the Irish Times which offers an unvarnished view of how the rest of the world now views the United States. I can't find a link around that paper's paywall, so I'm reproducing it in its entirety here because I think it's so important to read.

Donald Trump has destroyed the country
he promised to make great again

The world has loved, hated and envied the US.
Now, for the first time, we pity it.

Over more than two centuries, the United States has stirred a very wide range of feelings in the rest of the world: love and hatred, fear and hope, envy and contempt, awe and anger. But there is one emotion that has never been directed towards the US until now: pity.

However bad things are for most other rich democracies, it is hard not to feel sorry for Americans. Most of them did not vote for Donald Trump in 2016. Yet they are locked down with a malignant narcissist who, instead of protecting his people from Covid-19, has amplified its lethality. The country Trump promised to make great again has never in its history seemed so pitiful.

Will American prestige ever recover from this shameful episode? The US went into the coronavirus crisis with immense advantages: precious weeks of warning about what was coming, the world’s best concentration of medical and scientific expertise, effectively limitless financial resources, a military complex with stunning logistical capacity and most of the world’s leading technology corporations. Yet it managed to make itself the global epicentre of the pandemic.

As the American writer George Packer puts it in the current edition of the Atlantic, “The United States reacted ... like Pakistan or Belarus – like a country with shoddy infrastructure and a dysfunctional government whose leaders were too corrupt or stupid to head off mass suffering.”

It is one thing to be powerless in the face of a natural disaster, quite another to watch vast power being squandered in real time – wilfully, malevolently, vindictively. It is one thing for governments to fail (as, in one degree or another, most governments did), quite another to watch a ruler and his supporters actively spread a deadly virus. Trump, his party, and Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News became vectors of the pestilence.

The grotesque spectacle of the president openly inciting people (some of them armed) to take to the streets to oppose the restrictions that save lives is the manifestation of a political death wish. What are supposed to be daily briefings on the crisis, demonstrative of national unity in the face of a shared challenge, have been used by Trump merely to sow confusion and division. They provide a recurring horror show in which all the neuroses that haunt the American subconscious dance naked on live TV.

If the plague is a test, its ruling political nexus ensured that the US would fail it at a terrible cost in human lives. In the process, the idea of the US as the world’s leading nation – an idea that has shaped the past century – has all but evaporated.

Other than the Trump impersonator Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil, who is now looking to the US as the exemplar of anything other than what not to do? How many people in Düsseldorf or Dublin are wishing they lived in Detroit or Dallas?

It is hard to remember now but, even in 2017, when Trump took office, the conventional wisdom in the US was that the Republican Party and the broader framework of US political institutions would prevent him from doing too much damage. This was always a delusion, but the pandemic has exposed it in the most savage ways.

Abject surrender

What used to be called mainstream conservatism has not absorbed Trump – he has absorbed it. Almost the entire right-wing half of American politics has surrendered abjectly to him. It has sacrificed on the altar of wanton stupidity the most basic ideas of responsibility, care and even safety.

Thus, even at the very end of March, 15 Republican governors had failed to order people to stay at home or to close non-essential businesses. In Alabama, for example, it was not until April 3 that governor Kay Ivey finally issued a stay-at-home order.

In Florida, the state with the highest concentration of elderly people with underlying conditions, governor Ron DeSantis, a Trump mini-me, kept the beach resorts open to students travelling from all over the US for spring break parties. Even on April 1, when he issued restrictions, DeSantis exempted religious services and “recreational activities.”

Georgia governor Brian Kemp, when he finally issued a stay-at-home order on April 1, explained: “We didn’t know that [the virus can be spread by people without symptoms] until the last 24 hours.”

This is not mere ignorance – it is deliberate and homicidal stupidity. There is, as the demonstrations this week in US cities have shown, plenty of political mileage in denying the reality of the pandemic. It is fuelled by Fox News and far-right internet sites, and it reaps for these politicians millions of dollars in donations, mostly (in an ugly irony) from older people who are most vulnerable to the coronavirus.

It draws on a concoction of conspiracy theories, hatred of science, paranoia about the “deep state” and religious providentialism (God will protect the good folks) that is now very deeply infused in the mindset of the American right.

Trump embodies and enacts this mindset, but he did not invent it. The US response to the coronavirus crisis has been paralysed by a contradiction that the Republicans have inserted into the heart of US democracy. On the one hand, they want to control all the levers of governmental power. On the other they have created a popular base by playing on the notion that government is innately evil and must not be trusted.

The contradiction was made manifest in two of Trump’s statements on the pandemic: on the one hand that he has “total authority”, and on the other that “I don’t take responsibility at all”. Caught between authoritarian and anarchic impulses, he is incapable of coherence.

Fertile ground

But this is not just Donald Trump. The crisis has shown definitively that Trump’s presidency is not an aberration. It has grown on soil long prepared to receive it. The monstrous blossoming of misrule has structure and purpose and strategy behind it.

There are very powerful interests who demand “freedom” in order to do as they like with the environment, society and the economy. They have infused a very large part of American culture with the belief that “freedom” is literally more important than life. My freedom to own assault weapons trumps your right not to get shot at school. Now, my freedom to go to the barber (“I Need a Haircut” read one banner this week in St. Paul, Minnesota) trumps your need to avoid infection.

Usually when this kind of outlandish idiocy is displaying itself, there is the comforting thought that, if things were really serious, it would all stop. People would sober up. Instead, a large part of the US has hit the bottle even harder.

And the president, his party and their media allies keep supplying the drinks. There has been no moment of truth, no shock of realisation that the antics have to end. No one of any substance on the US right has stepped in to say: get a grip, people are dying here.

That is the mark of how deep the trouble is for the US – it is not just that Trump has treated the crisis merely as a way to feed tribal hatreds but that this behaviour has become normalised. When the freak show is live on TV every evening, and the star is boasting about his ratings, it is not really a freak show any more. For a very large and solid bloc of Americans, it is reality.

And this will get worse before it gets better. Trump has at least eight more months in power. In his inaugural address in 2017, he evoked “American carnage” and promised to make it stop. But now that the real carnage has arrived, he is revelling in it. He is in his element.

As things get worse, he will pump more hatred and falsehood, more death-wish defiance of reason and decency, into the groundwater. If a new administration succeeds him in 2021, it will have to clean up the toxic dump he leaves behind. If he is re-elected, toxicity will have become the lifeblood of American politics.

Either way, it will be a long time before the rest of the world can imagine America being great again.

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28 April 2020

Ten Weeks

The Bulwark is running an excellent piece (link here) with the title of "The Ten Weeks That Lost the War: A Timeline of How Trump Lied, Bungled and Screwed America in the COVID-19 Crisis."

The piece gives context to Donald Trump's gross incompetence. It makes his inaction indefensible.

This would be excellent material to turn into a hard-biting campaign advertisement. Americans must not forget that it was Trump above all else who made this crisis so much worse than it could have been.

As of yesterday, more Americans have been killed by coronavirus in the last three months than were killed during the entire run of the Vietnam War.

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27 April 2020


Vox published a good piece yesterday (link here) with the title "Trump claims the media misrepresented his coronavirus cure comments. Video proves otherwise." The secondary title is "The president is now routinely lying about things we saw with our own eyes and that are on tape."

The bottom line is this: rather than admit he misspoke about something, he will just blatantly lie and claim he didn't say something, when video proves that he did. That's because Trump is incapable of admitting he made a mistake.

To add insult to injury, his senior staff will dance around the issue and try to fault the media for reporting about his lying.

I've been reading about Winston Churchill, a deeply flawed man who served as British Prime Minister during most of World War II. Whenever he spoke to the public about the war and what they faced, he strove to tell the truth, no matter how difficult it might be. For that, he became widely loved.

The difference, of course, was that Churchill was a true leader whereas Trump has no leadership skills whatsoever. He's just a corrupt conman with a big mouth who can't stop talking and lying about himself.

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26 April 2020

Say It Loud, Say It Clear

The Boston Globe published a brilliant oped yesterday (link here) with the blunt title of "Say it loud, say it clear: Donald Trump needs to resign over his handling of the coronavirus."

The thesis is introduced in a paragraph:

"It’s not just the catalog of screw-ups that led us to this point — the playing down of the threat, the lack of testing, the spread of misinformation and lies, and the government-wide inattention to the issue. It’s that Trump represents an ongoing danger to the health and well-being of the American people."

Trump will never follow this advice. But that doesn't mean it shouldn't be set down in print.

Indeed, the piece's author anticipates this. "I’m under no illusions that Trump is going to resign," he says. But it is necessary because "a call for resignation is a statement of principle that Trump’s actions so clearly violate the public trust that his position in office has become untenable."

The linked piece offers a damning indictment of Trump's incompetence. It's not long. Read and share with friends and acquaintances.


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25 April 2020


Sometime yesterday, an important milepost was silently passed — the 50,000th victim of coronavirus died in the United States.

And Donald Trump said utterly nothing about it. The same way he said nothing about the 40,000th victim. Or the 30,000th victim. And on and on and on.

That's because he rarely mentions death in his all-is-nearly-well daily self-congratulatory media appearances. If he mentions mortality, it's to claim, without a shred of evidence, that hundreds of thousand or millions of Americans would have died if it were not for him.

The always wise Susan Glasser wrote an excellent piece about this on Thursday (link here) in the New Yorker. Trump has endless amounts of time to talk about himself. He has almost no amount of time to talk about the dead.

Is that because he recognizes that many of those thousands died because he grossly mismanaged the response to the coronavirus threat? Or is he such a narcissist he can't even bother to notice?

One should also note that two months ago to this day there were no deaths yet from coronavirus. The first occurred on February 29. So much has changed in the last sixty days.

As well, the highest number of new cases was reported yesterday — nearly 39,000. We are nowhere near out of the woods yet.

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24 April 2020


Greg Sargent at the Washington Post published an interesting piece yesterday (link here) with the dramatic title of "Coronavirus is invading Red America, new data show. That’s ominous for Trump."

The President's support has remained steady this year in his stronghold of red states, where spread of the coronavirus has been delayed — until now. That's because the virus is now moving into whiter, more GOP-dominant areas of the country.

Those areas previously were resistant to social distancing and stay-at-home orders and supported Trump's push to reopen the country early. Now they're beginning to see firsthand how foolish that position is and that potentially will weaken their support for Trump.

The President has tried to portray reactions to coronavirus as "us versus them," where white America is being tainted by browner America. But that myth is about to exploded and that will hurt him.

"More people are going to understand that they need to be protected from this virus — that they are not shielded from it, that they are not in another part of America," notes a prominent demographer quoted in the article. "As soon as they understand this more, they’ll become more dissatisfied with Trump’s view of trying to open up America. This is ominous for him."

Then, perhaps, they finally will start to understand why Trump is not a solution to this problem but more of the cause.

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23 April 2020

The Second Wave

Donald Trump's director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention gave a candid interview to the Washington Post earlier in the week (link here). He revealed that we all may be facing a second wave of coronavirus late this year into next year, concurrent with the beginning of flu season.

"There’s a possibility that the assault of the virus on our nation next winter will actually be even more difficult than the one we just went through," he said.

And he thereby, and certainly unintentionally, supplied a powerful reason why Trump must not be reelected. The President horribly mismanaged the first wave of the pandemic. He's still blundering around now. The infection rate and death rate are far higher than they could have been.

We must not have him in the White House during a second wave. The nation must be in capable hands the next time this hits. We cannot allow America to make this same mistake twice. Trump must be fired on November 3, 2020.

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22 April 2020

The Last Straw?

Veteran journalist Walter Shapiro wrote an interesting essay for The New Republic last week (link here) with the title "Trump Can’t Lie His Way Out of This One" and the secondary title of "For the first time in his presidency, his deceit is catching up to him."

Shapiro posits that Donald Trump's lies about the coronavirus pandemic will be his undoing this year. At this point such an assumption is only speculation, but he makes an excellent case for why he may be right.

It's not a long read and should only take a few minutes. I recommend both for you and for your like-minded associates.

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21 April 2020

Terribly Flawed

Coronavirus testing in the United States still is abysmal. It's an international embarrassment, and a great deal of the blame lies with the Trump administration. For his part, Donald Trump is spending most of his energies into rolling out a blame campaign to pass the buck.

Until testing improves drastically, Americans must remain isolated and can't get back to normal. Half way through a piece in yesterday's New York Times (link here) reveals this:

"The testing program in the United States remains terribly flawed. About a month ago, the Trump administration promised 27 million tests would be available by the end of March. Late April is now approaching, and yet only about 4 million tests have been conducted."

Yet another grand promise from Trump and his people that was completely untethered from reality. Why do people keep believing the President when he's such an obvious liar?