But it doesn't make it much easier to predict the what ifs and how it would have turned out.
No ----- sherlock. Of course we cant' say definitively how things would be different under a Hillary administration (shutter....gag).
In fact, I'm betting early guidelines would have been ignored much as pertinent guidelines are being ignored now and case numbers could have still been high. It was inevitable in my mind that people wouldn't listen until ----- flying off the fan hit them in the face.
But at the very least I think we'd have consistency in directives, directives taken from experts and delivered by experts, not the Walmart and Lab Corp CEOs.
We also would have had an administration that would have thought more about people's health and safety rather than the economy and, by extension, their reelection. Which means medical supply stockpiling, buying and production. A month's longer lead time on hospital preparation and strategizing. A month's lead time on vaccine and antiviral testing and production.
I didn't vote for Trump and I feel no obligation to defend anything he does.....things just are what they are....and I come to the conclusion that it doesn't matter how much I blame Trump.
I've learned to not do that. Rather, look forward and how I can best deal with the challenges I have ahead of me. Not whine about decisions outside my control that were in the past.
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Some of us can hold more than one thought in our head at a time.
No reason to not blame Trump for his failures, make sure those failures and advertised and meet the ensuing challenges head on.