The Orange Man is a Dangerous Man, by Eric Peters

The vaccines Donald Trump pushed and continues to tout kill people, maybe more than illegal drugs. From Eric Peters at ericpetersautos.com:

Ironic doesn’t quite cover this business of Donald Trump menacing what he styles “drug dealers” with the death penalty, if he is ever in a position to impose it. This from the man who pushes drugs – the so-called “vaccines” – on people in a way that no drug dealer ever has.

The difference between dealing – and pushing – being decisive as regards the question of morality. And thus, the moral legitimacy of punishment.

Why should anyone who merely deals drugs be punished? A dealer offers what people are free to not buy. He does not force anyone to buy his drugs. Nor is anyone punished for not using them.

Contrast the dealer with the pusher.

Government being the ultimate pusher. It was Donald Trump’s government that pushed the drugs styled “vaccines,” all-but-actually-forcing millions of people to take them. Forced all of us (who pay taxes, anyhow) to pay the manufacturers of them, something no one who deals pot or any other arbitrarily illegal drug has ever been in a position to do.

Technically, people weren’t forced to take these drugs styled “vaccines.” They were free to lose their jobs – and along with them, their ability to pay their bills. Some faced loss of career – as in the case of people in the military.

It was Trump who pushed the dangerous drugs styled “vaccines” through the approval process, by all-but-eliminating the requirements previously in place that had to be met prior to obtaining approval. The result of that “warp speeding” has been the fast-tracking of thousands – possibly tens, even hundreds of thousands – into an early grave.

People who take drugs often suffer this fate. But those who took them freely have the cold comfort of knowing they have only themselves to blame. No one is forced to take Fentanyl, for instance. There are no pushers of this drug. There are merely dealers.

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One response to “The Orange Man is a Dangerous Man, by Eric Peters

  1. maybe not an orange man but an orang(e)-utan

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