Marc Thiessen begins his recent OpEd piece, “Harris casting doubt on a pre-election vaccine is shameful”, claims “Democrats have accused President Donald Trump of endangering the public health …” and that “Trump will deservedly get credit” for such a timely vaccine.  If Trump’s recommendations to not wear masks, medicate with Hydroxychloroquine and bleach weren’t proof enough of his critics’ claims, Bob Woodward in his new book, “Rage” drives the nail solidly into the president's credibility coffin. 

In his own words, Trump admitted he knew of the danger of COVID-19 in late January and early February and its airborne means of spreading made it five times more dangerous than the Flu; while concurrently and consistent lying to the public about its threats to Americans.  Since the summer he has touted a vaccine before the November election, when all medical experts and health professionals state that such a timetable is highly improbable. 

Tragically and unforgivably, Trump’s words and actions have had nothing to do with “playing it down, because I don’t want to create a panic.”, but have been solely motivated by his insatiably lust to be re-elected,  In the process, the president may have cost more lives than have been lost in all the wars since 1945.  But then, he has called those patriotic fallen Americans “suckers” and “losers”.