There are very few remaining members of the “Greatest Generation” that are still alive today.
These people, the ones who were born between 1901 and 1927, were the ones who sacrificed and fought to save the world from Fascist Totalitarianism in World War Two.
They, because of their age and health, are also the people most susceptible to the spread of the Coronavirus.
Donald Trump should be mindful of that when he asks the country to reopen and ignore the dangers of the Coronavirus.
The members of the Lincoln Project feel that way as well.
In their latest digital ad called “Debt,” the group recounts the heroism and brave acts that Generation performed to create the post World War Two World.
it then shifts to Donald Trump, at the Press Briefing podium, saying:
“America will again soon be open for business. We cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself. We’re not gonna let the cure be worse than the problem.”
The picture then shifts to an elderly person, on life support (presumably from the Coronavirus,) in a hospital, with the ad narrator saying:
“Haven’t we asked enough of the greatest generation?”
Indeed we have and they should not be asked to sacrifice themselves again.