After kickstarting his “The History Tour” by speaking at FBC Dallas during a Sunday worship service, Donald Trump and co-host Bill O’Reilly. Additionally he had a Fox News interview that aired Sunday that where he defends not firing Anthony Fauci out of fear for how the Democrats would have reacted. He also simped for Xi in that interview. It’s first event where Bill O’Reilly seeks to unpack the history of the Trump Presidency went poorly for Trump. He received boos after revealing he got a booster.
In addition to defending Fauci, via defending his decision not to fire him, Trump erroneously claims that the vaccine has saved tens of millions of lives. America reports more deaths with a vaccine available than in 2021 than when there was no vaccine available in 2020. And excess death is up by a lot.
Simply put the failure of the vaccines to work against variants paired with their unacceptable health risk mean that Trump should not be touting their success. At the same time when many of his supporters may face job loss over mandates stemming from a product the Trump administration funded, Trump is partially to blame because of these easily foreseeable slippery slope of mandates.
Donald Trump is politically tone-deaf on this issue, and this could sink his 2024 chances. The boos he received at his own event with an audience that otherwise loves the guy send a huge message. The relatively sparse crowd at the event also sends a message. On social media the clip of him and O’Reilly bragging about their boosters is getting panned.
Branch Covidianism is the greatest threat to Trump 2024 and it’s Trump’s own doing.