MSNBC’s Hayes Makes The Most Absurd Case For Trump To Resign You’ve Ever Heard

(Liberty Bell) – The left has been insisting since before President Donald Trump was even inaugurated that he should resign.

They come up with all kinds of new reasons, of course, each as ridiculous as the last.

The underlying reason is all the same, of course: it’s because they can’t stand him and they think that beating Hillary Clinton is a crime.

Sorry, Dems!

That’s how a republic works.

On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “All In,” host Chris Hayes declared that, this time around, Trump should resign because of public safety.

In fact, he claimed it is “an urgent matter of public health, of public safety, at this moment, for the president, Donald Trump, to resign.”

This statement would hold far more weight, of course, if this wasn’t the umpteenth time that someone on the left has dramatically made such a statement, which they tend to do several times a day and have done for more than three years.

“This moment, we are in the midst of one of the worst governing failures in American history. When all is said and done, it may end up being the worst since the Civil War,” Hayes began.

“There is no country on earth this far into this pandemic that has bungled it this badly. And we need leadership and a leader to get us out of this. But we do not have that leader, we have Donald Trump. And from the very first day, this has been a terrible presidency. From the first moment, the first speech, it has been terrible throughout,” he continued.

Later, he added that Trump “ignored warnings from his public health experts. That resulted in tens of thousands of preventable deaths. And we’re looking at tens of thousands more. Right now, we are seeing our chance as Americans to get back to some semblance of normalcy, the way other countries have, with work and school and even sports, we’re seeing it slip away because of Donald Trump. We are suffering through the incompetence of a man who took a huge inheritance and squandered it on stupid, glitzy investments and bankrupted his company six times because he was not up to the task. If this presidency had creditors, the virus’ resurgence this week would’ve been a default event. Only it is not his creditors who are suffering, it is us. It is the people who could have survived this virus. It is friends and loved ones in nursing homes, and the people on the front lines and the ones working in meatpacking plants and the ones serving time in prison. It is everyone who has lost a job and every small business that shut down. Things are falling apart because of him. And Republicans know it. But all they do is complain about his tone or they send some passive-aggressive tweets, while professing their loyalty.”

Hayes concluded, “The problem is not his tone. There is not going to be some course correction. Donald Trump does not learn. He is not going to get good at this. He is not going to change. He has failed, definitively. And it is an urgent matter of public health, of public safety, at this moment, for the President, Donald Trump, to resign.”


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