In one of their latest ads called “The Trump Plan,” The Lincoln Project portrays Donald Trump’s actual plan to combat the Coronavirus is Herd Immunity, a process that could potentially result in the deaths of up to three million Americans.

The ad shows how Trump confessed to what he actually believes in his Town Hall with undecided voters hosted by George Stephanopoulos of ABC News when he said:

“With time, it goes away…And you’ll develop, you’ll developed herd, like a herd mentality. It’s gonna be herd developed, and that’s gonna happen.”

The Stable Genius can not even say the term correctly.

According to the ad and Johns Hopkins, Herd Immunity would infect 70 percent of Americans and kill at least three million people.

The narrator concludes with:

“Say goodbye to your parents, your neighbors, your friends, because the Trump Plan will kill millions in the next four years. People you love. People you care about. Maybe even you.”

Donald Trump and his apostates in the White House can not be allowed to govern this country these next four years.

They have already demonstrated that their inactions are directed at hurting people in states they will not win or apathy towards demographic groups that will not vote for them.

They are guilty of crimes against humanity.

It is time for them to be voted out and prosecuted.

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