How Severely Must Rank and File Democrats be Consumed by Hate to Reject Drugs That Can Save Their Lives?

Hatred, which could destroy so much, never failed to destroy the man who hated, and this was an immutable law. – James Baldwin

For most of us, it’s impossible to understand the degree of hatred for Donald Trump that their party’s leaders and, legacy and social media, has succeeded in ginning up in rank and file Democrats.

Democrat Party leadership, and their messaging components within legacy and social media have done a masterful job of vilifying their political opponents but, in the case of Donald Trump, have they been too successful?

Perhaps this is the outcome when a party has succeeded in fulfilling as much of its agenda as voters are willing to accept and has, therefore, outlived its usefulness but refuses to relinquish power.

It seems impossible but they have convinced rank and file Democrats to detest President Trump for leading the effort to return more of their money to them via tax cuts.

Those tax cuts triggered an economic expansion that created more job opportunities and resulted in increased revenues to fund their cherished social welfare programs.  Somehow they hate President Trump for that.  

I’d say that’s evidence enough that their hatred has no bounds but we’re just getting started.

Hatred from leftists extends to denying common sense measures like protecting our borders from drug and human traffickers, and other violent criminals.

But nothing brings the self-defeating and damaging product of their hatred into sharper focus than their willingness to let their loved ones die rather than admit President Trump might’ve been right about the ability of Hydroxychloroquine to fight the Wuhan virus.

If President Trump was the despicable political opportunist/dictator those who hate him claim he is, he’d do nothing to help fight the Wuhan virus because it is attacking and killing people in Democratic strongholds at an alarmingly higher rate than elsewhere.

It has been said that there are no atheists on their deathbeds.  May I suggest a modern day version would read… there are no Hydroxychloroquine deniers on their deathbeds, either.

Maybe, who they really hate are themselves for being so constantly wrong for so long.  George Bernard Shaw realized this when he wrote…

“Hatred is the coward’s revenge for being intimidated.”