Whether or not you know it, you are truly screwing this country over.
You recently signed some executive orders in the hopes of stimulating our economy and helping those who are out of work or those having become very stretched thin by the pandemic by giving them money or a deferment to pay bills/taxes. Of course, this all hinges on your being re-elected (there is always a catch with you).
Dear Mr. Frump,
I watched your response to the pandemic very closely. I watched you ignore the warnings that you were given, lied to the American people, tweeted incessantly about things that don't matter, exiled all of the experts in medicine (i.e., Dr. Fauci, the WHO, and the CDC), and fail to provide answers to the people at a time we need leadership the most.
“It was the spring of hope; it was the winter of despair”—Dickens, 1859.
As I sit watching this joke of a “First Public Hearing In Impeachment Inquiry,” I can't help but recollect that this is “the greater [evil that I voted for], just to see the hell it bring[s]”—No Malice’s vicious 2017 single “So Woke.”
I have been receiving your very personal campaign emails for several months now. I don’t know how you got my email address, I certainly never asked to be a part of this, and yet you constantly refer to me as a “loyal supporter,” a “true patriot,” and “with you from the beginning.” Recently your team sent me one asking if my email address is working since you haven’t heard back from me. So I wanted to assure you I’ve been receiving your emails and I’ve been paying attention. When I also began receiving emails from several members of your family with subject lines such as “My father is asking about you,” “Sign my father’s birthday card,” and “My father needs you,” I started to feel pretty special. I especially enjoyed the anecdote about when you and your son were chatting and you asked him how the signed photo sweepstakes was going. He had to tell you that I STILL hadn’t entered and according to him, you couldn’t believe it! Sorry I let you down. I felt pretty guilty again when I read an email in which you said you’d be checking the Presidential Donor List right before you went on stage later that night and you’d be disappointed not to see my name on it. I imagine how brave you were holding back the tears in front of the whole world after desperately searching the list for my name. I had no idea I meant so much to you, Don.
Dear Mr. President:
People tell me you are not much of a reader but at the risk of you turning a deaf ear, I wish to suggest a reading list you may enjoy and find valuable in making decisions for the American public. As your busy schedule leaves little free time, I assure you these stories are concise and accessible in multiple forms.
A letter written by Trump to the Director General of the World Health Organization [WHO] appears to throw ‘serious shade’ at the actions of WHO with regard to the most recent coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic turmoil that has caused hundreds of thousands of people to get sick and thousands of those sick to die.
Dear President Trump,
As a young leader in my community, I know what it feels like to have people that look to you for guidance. Let me tell you, I know it can be a stressful thing. Any time someone is in a position to make decisions for a group, there are tons of external and internal pressures that can weigh on that person. I can only imagine the pressures of being the President of the United States, but thankfully I do not have that responsibility.