Trump Officially Cancels the 2020 Republican National Convention Because There’s a Virus Killing Everyone

The bodies are piling up in the streets to the point where it causes traffic jams, and the sky is blacked out by the smoke from the burning corpses as men in hazmat suits continue to throw bodies into the flames 24 hours a day.

I was just out driving this evening, and I couldn’t see the road because of the smoke from the local corpse-burning pit. As soon as I knew it, I’d crashed into a ten-foot tall corpse stack, causing it to topple over. A stray dog was crushed under the weight of the corpses. I heard his pitiful yelp, but I just kept on driving. I used to be a sweet boy. I’m a hard man now.

This is everyday life in the time of the coronavirus pandemic, which has already killed 70 trillion quadrillion precious Americans. Experts believe that before the pandemic is over, 50 million gazillion bajillion people will have lost their darling lives to this evil virus.

“Sixty trillion people are dying every half second in America,” the revered and honest Dr. Anthony Fauci recently told CNN.

“Their eyes are bugging out of their skulls, and they have diarrhea like a hurricane in a whirlwind. When they cough, it feels like there’s a death metal band thrashing guitars in their throats. They pray for hell, because anything will be better than Covid-19, which is the most deadly virus that has ever existed in the entire universe,” the exalted and honored doctor of truth and accuracy added.

Given all of this, it makes perfect sense that President Trump would cancel the Republican National Convention.

USA Today:

President Donald Trump announced Thursday he is canceling the Jacksonville portion of the Republican National Convention that had been planned next month because of the coronavirus pandemic, a major setback in his effort to energize his struggling bid for reelection.

“The timing for this event is not right,” Trump told reporters at the White House during his latest briefing on the virus. “There’s nothing more important in our country than keeping our people safe.”

Trump said that he would deliver remarks to formally accept his party’s nomination for president but offered no detail on where or when that will happen. The abrupt decision was not only a significant blow to his campaign but also raised questions about the president’s narrative that the country is ready to reopen for business.  

It does raise questions about that.

It’s almost an admission of defeat.

Trump said convention delegates will still gather in North Carolina, where the official business of the convention was set to take place, and formally nominate him for reelection. Trump said he would announce additional plans in coming days.

“I’ll still do a convention speech in a different form, but we won’t do a big, crowded convention,” Trump said. “I care deeply about the people of Florida and everywhere else, frankly, in this country and even in the world who would be coming into the state. And I don’t want to do anything to upset it.”

The explosion of coronavirus cases in Florida – the state has reported sharp increases in COVID-19 deaths – and the later-than-usual selection of Jacksonville had cast doubt on the party’s ability to convene the major event there to rally supporters. USA TODAY reported this month that convention organizers were looking to limit the event.

Even if Trump has to lose the election because he’s endorsing this hoax, he has to do it, because bajillions and bajillions of people are dying from Covid-19 every second.

Blink your eyes twice, then wiggle your ears.

Ninty zillion people just died.

Now, go bake a loaf of bread.

Fifty trillion zillion died in the time it took you to bake that loaf of bread.

America doesn’t have time for conventions – we need to be focused on new technologies to burn all of these corpses, or soon, we won’t even be able to walk around. We need some kind of quantum incinerator that uses nuclear lasers.

I live on the third floor of my apartment building, and I can’t look out the window because the corpses piled up against the building are blocking it out.