As the number of coronavirus deaths in the United States shot past 350,000 on Sunday, Donald Trump stopped lying about election fraud and started lying about the number of Americans who have died solely due to deliberate and criminal inaction.
Trump falsely claimed the death toll was "far exaggerated" before whining that he wasn't getting enough credit for all the amazing things he has done regarding the virus.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and Surgeon General Jerome Adams both contradicted Trump's deranged view of reality.
Trump then turned his rage-tweeting towards Fauci, complaining that Fauci
is revered by the LameStream Media as such a great professional, having done, they say, such an incredible job, yet he works for me and the Trump Administration, and I am in no way given any credit for my work.
Jesus! Have you ever heard or seen such a fucking thin-skinned, easily-triggered, whiny, desperate, needy, cry-baby, snowflake? ... Well, fuck his feelings.
Surgeon General Jerome Adams said the coming weeks will be "pretty scary" as cases and death continue to climb and hospitals in many US cities are at full capacity, while Trump's plan for vaccinations has been a disaster, with limited supplies and delays in delivery slowing everything down. Twenty million people were supposed to be vaccinated by now, but the actual number is roughly four million.
At the current rate, it will take 10 years – until 2031 – for every American to receive the vaccine.