Our Lord Overseer Doctor
Has a Treatment Plan

In my twilight years, I have been to and am still seeing several medical doctors. Additionally, Ginger isn’t even four years old but has spent many visits with her veterinarians. As a consequence, my dog and I have spent a lot of time with doctors who diagnosis medical problems and give us a treatment plan.

I have confidence in our doctors. When I go to my cardiologist or I take Ginger to her veterinarians, the doctors have spent years in universities as well as years treating their patients. If I have a heart issue or Ginger has an intestinal issue, I wouldn’t like to get a treatment plan from a doctor who says, “My two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart.”

However, President Trump, Our Lord Overseer Doctor (OLOD), appointed his lapdog, the vice overseer, to head the COVID-19 taskforce. Then OLOD decided almost immediately to run the taskforce himself. They would meet daily in Washington to discuss their findings regarding the coronavirus with the news media. This is a photo of an early press briefing.

This was the press briefing on March 15, 2020.

When asked about wearing a mask, OLOD declined to do so. “I don't know, somehow sitting in the Oval Office behind that beautiful Resolute Desk — the great Resolute Desk — I think wearing a face mask as I greet presidents, prime ministers, dictators, kings, queens, I don't know. Somehow, I don't see it….”

Weeks went by with OLOD running the medical briefing, which was a blend of medical information and disinformation. OLOD would allow the doctors five minutes during these political pep rallies to provide medical information.

The doctors are wearing masks but not OLO.

Then the taskforce briefings stopped for a while until they resumed the last time on July 21, 2020. Apparently, OLOD thinks that he can do a better job of explaining this pandemic than the doctors who have spent their entire lives working on viruses.

Now, OLOD sees value in a mask.

A week ago, OLOD changed his treatment plan. “I have no problem with the masks. I view it this way: Anything that potentially can help, and that certainly can potentially help, is a good thing. I have no problem. I carry it, I wear it...and I'll continue.” Trump would wear one especially while visiting patients in a hospital.

Listen to OLOD as he expresses his a eureka moment. It is his version of “Houston, we’ve had a problem.” He realized that we’ve had a problem with COVID-19. The problem began six months ago after the first American died of the virus. At the time of his briefing on July 21, nearly 150,000 Americans died due to the coronavirus. “Houston, we still have a serious pandemic.”

Therefore, OLOD decided, “We are in the process of developing a strategy that’s going to be very, very powerful. We’ve developed them as we go along.” He has determined that we need a strategy to address this pandemic. Hmmm.

We have approximately 25% of the confirmed coronavirus patients and about 25% of deaths in the entire world. America has the dishonor of being number one in both confirmed cases and deaths. Fear not, we are developing a powerful strategy to combat it. Two months ago, the University of Washington predicted in mid-May that COVID-19 could claim between 350,000 and 1.2 million Americans by the end of the year.

While Trump is developing a treatment plan “as we go along,” it should have been done over a half year ago but wasn’t. Perhaps, we should have relied upon doctors and medical experts to develop a treatment plan. If that had happened, there would have been far fewer than four million confirmed cases and less than 150,000 would have died.

Maybe, as they come up with very, very powerful strategy, they could run some clinical trials to determine the efficacy of injecting disinfectants in those with the coronavirus. If that fails, they could try hydroxychloroquine. It helps OLOD.

This is Trump’s medical briefing on July 21, 2020.