Trump’s COVID-19 bout wouldn’t irk Democrats if he was a BLM protester

While leftists are busy toasting to the news that President Donald Trump caught coronavirus while he was on the frontlines of the fight to find a cure, they were no doubt also waiting for their Amazon deliveries.

They couldn’t care less that 20,000 workers employed at the online retail giant have tested positive for COVID-19.

While Democrats and their feeble leader Joe Biden have been on lockdown, hiding from the virus, courageous essential workers have been ensuring that they had medicine and food. Trump’s enemies don’t have anything to gain politically from giving them a media-driven beat down.

One nurse interviewed by Washington Radar, a single mother, caught COVID-19 at work while taking every possible precaution. The mother of three had to lock herself in a bedroom for about a month with a microwave and store-bought soup packets while her oldest child attended to the younger children, including one with special needs.

You will never hear these stories of courage and heroism from ordinary people who have no choice but to keep on working in the midst of a pandemic.

On Sunday Mayor Bill de Blasio announced plans to impose another round of restrictions in 20 hot spots in Brooklyn and Queens that have been experiencing rising positivity rates. More lockdowns could very well trigger more suicides among New Yorkers from the prolonged shut-ins and the devastated economy.

Governor Andrew Cuomo said Monday nonessential businesses like restaurants and public spaces “should close,” even though he did not issue an immediate order.

Democrats can’t stand to see anyone at work or out on the streets, except their affiliated superspreader Black Lives Matter and Antifa protesters. These mass protesters have been on the move every day since May with no end in sight in groups of hundreds and thousands.

Democratic leaders and the media have said nary a word as mobs tore down monuments, assaulted and killed police officers, looted businesses across the country and destroyed billions in property.

When protesters in Washington commandeered several blocks of downtown Seattle, renaming it The Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, Mayor Jenny Durkan claimed the rebels were “lawfully gathering and expressing first amendment rights, demanding we do better as a society and provid[ing] true equity for communities of color is not terrorism — it is patriotism.”

“The Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone #CHAZ is not a lawless wasteland of anarchist insurrection — it is a peaceful expression of our community’s collective grief and their desire to build a better world,” she tweeted in June.

Durkan claimed there was nothing to see in CHAZ except a “painting of Black Lives Matter along Pine Street, food trucks, spaghetti potlucks, teach-ins, and movies.”

Governor Jay Inslee tweeted: “Peaceful protests are fundamentally American, and I am hopeful there will be a peaceful resolution.”

Another Democrat, Texas congressional candidate Kim Olson, argued during a campaign event that snipers on city buildings during a protest in Dallas justified the behavior of looters.

“What the hell you got snipers on the roof for in a peaceful march? Even if people loot, so what?” Olson said. “Burn it to the ground, you know, if that’s what it’s going to take to fix our nation. I know people don’t want me to say that, but I’m just saying.”

As supporters around the country rallied behind the president Monday he tweeted: “I will be leaving the great Walter Reed Medical Center today at 6:30 P.M. Feeling really good! Don’t be afraid of Covid. Don’t let it dominate your life. We have developed, under the Trump Administration, some really great drugs & knowledge. I feel better than I did 20 years ago!”