Byron York, chief political reporter for the Washington Examiner, a conservative news website and magazine, has identified the source of the virus that causes COVID-19 rather than Democrats investigating Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election. Ask why you are not passionate about investigating. He states that the answer to that question is Donald Trump. He says the “Trump Confusion Syndrome” has driven our country from the edge.
I don’t know about the “syndrome,” but I support the idea that politics is for confused people. Just being on the board of HOA in my neighborhood made it clear to me. But back to the point of York, back to my own explanation of the lack of passion on the left. It’s not about people. It’s about power.
People die every day, more precisely about 164,000. Both the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization have global statistics on the number of people dying daily and annually, categorized by age, gender, and cause. About 60 million people die each year, and there is more passion than why they died when it comes to who wins the match on Sunday. If you forgive yourself, you can literally be swallowed by illness or death, but at some level it is actually a coincidental aspect of life itself.
Politics, on the other hand, is a game, not an accident. Something like COVID-19 or Death can be used as a marker for the game, but only if it is useful to the player. The COVID-19 marker has already been played and has played its part.
But don’t get me wrong. The left is not playing solitaire. No, this is like poker. The left just played the hand better than the right, and York probably knows that. I think what really bothers Mr. York is that his rights are losing streak and he’s losing the money he’s betting on them.
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