Trump Says the Vile Governors Have Gone Too Far with Their Stupid Flu Hoax!

President Trump responded Sunday to irresponsible and stupid questions from Jewish journalists about protests against the insane lockdown, saying that these governors have gone too far.

“You are allowed to protest,” Trump said during a daily White House briefing on the stupid flu hoax.

“Some have gone too far, some governors have gone too far. Some of the things that happened are maybe not so appropriate,” he continued.

“And I think in the end it’s not going to matter because we’re starting to open up our states, and I think they’re going to open up very well.”

“As far as protesters, you know, I see protesters for all sorts of things,” he added. “And I’m with everybody. I’m with everybody.”

He did not comment on the fact that it is his responsibility as president to send in the military to liberate these states if their governors refuse to give them back their Constitutional rights, but they were good comments nonetheless.

On Saturday, the president had also voiced support for protesters.

“I’ve seen the people. I’ve seen interviews of the people. These are great people,” he said of the great people.

“They have got cabin fever,” Trump said. “Their life was taken away from them… These people love our country, they want to get back to work.”

This is a situation where I think we can all take the time to appreciate our work. I am still working, of course, but few of you are. And we should be reminded that work is a blessing, and the love of work is noble, and at the heart of what it means to be a man.

I’m sure some of you have terrible jobs in retail or something, but I’m sure you would also rather be at them than locked in your house. There is virtually no job that is worse than no job. If a man does not work, his soul begins to shrivel.

The disdain that liberals are showing for the protesters is shocking, and shows that liberals simply despise normal people, and have no ability and desire to understand them.

Young men have been taught to replace work with faggoty behaviors like pick-up artistry, which replaces the confidence you get from work with confidence based on women’s opinions, or being a student, which replaces the productiveness of work with meaningless busybodyism, or drinking and partying all the time, which replaces your entire life with a Jewish 1980s comedy film. This has contributed to the crisis of masculinity.

I like Philip K. Dick novels a lot, and I think I’ve read almost all of them. One of my very favorites is Galactic Pot-Healer, which features the theme of the importance of meaningful work to a man. The main character lives in a totalitarian future America, and he is put out of work and forced to sit at a desk all day doing absolutely nothing, and he considers suicide before he’s given an important mission by a space alien.

Highly recommended.