Biological Weapon Attack Conspiracy Against Republicans Emerges


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COVID-19 suddenly seems partisan as several reds contracted the virus beginning Friday when President Trump announced he and wife Melania Trump are also affected.

Conspiracies have since evolved from massive Republican supporters seeing the timing as suspicious. They noted that other high officials have suddenly contracted the coronavirus.

Given that the reported millions of deaths from the COVID-19 are largely inaccurate, President Trump is expected to recover fast, yet might hurt his presidential campaign during the recovery period.

The election is fast approaching with just a month away. Chris Wallace from FOX News commented on Friday, “how the virus is being handled, and how President Trump has dealt with it, and how Biden handled it, that puts it right to the top of the political agenda again making it a significant issue in this campaign.” Wallace also moderated the first presidential debate last September 29. 

Note, no Democrats even when they have been holding massive rallies.

The next two debates might also be systemized differently, if not canceled, due to President Trump’s condition. The leftists who have been advising Biden to avoid the debates might finally have the reason to scrap it altogether, blaming the coronavirus.

Conspirators are having their field day following the news on other officials suddenly affected by COVID-19. Trump’s adviser Hope Hicks, Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah), Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) had all contracted COVID-19.

Note, no Democrats even when they have been holding massive rallies.

It could be pretty odd with all the intense precautions in the White House. 

Conspirators also note the impending confirmation hearings of Amy Coney Barrett as a SCOTUS Justice as one that would also be greatly affected.

In fact, two Democrat senators have already expressed to move the confirmation hearings to a later date.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said, “There is bipartisan agreement that a virtual confirmation hearing for a lifetime appointment to the federal bench is not an acceptable substitute.” 

“It’s critical that Chairman Graham put the health of senators, the nominee, and staff first—and ensure a full and fair hearing that is not rushed, not truncated, and not virtual,” the two senators added.

Such is a lame excuse since congressional committees have switched to virtual hearings since the pandemic started.

FOX News host Tucker Carlson even briefly expressed his two cents on the matter during his interview with the president’s son.

“The timing of all this is very…very…and I’m sure, nothing to it, but it’s pretty weird,” Carlson said, to which Don Jr. responded, “its definitely close proximity” although refused to “get conspiratorial.”

“I’m not, I’m not a conspiracy guy on this, I was just noting it’s…it’s a little strange,” Carlson continued.

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