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Trump vs. Cuomo: A Carefully Constructed Narrative Designed To Reinforce Support for COVID Vaccine

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There is an interesting thing happening amidst the election turmoil that, in my opinion, shows exactly how the elite control the narrative and guide our thinking. Many people believed that the election would mark the end of the so-called Covid 19 pandemic. This is despite Donald Trump initiating operation warp speed to develop a vaccine. The Trump administration has, no matter what people believe, given over a billion dollars to Bill Gates’ vaccine research institute, Gavi. This was after allegedly pulling funding from the World Health Organization over their misinformation campaigns concerning coronavirus. If Donald Trump was concerned that the W.H.O. was lying about the threat posed by Covid, why invest in operation warp speed at all? The coronavirus threat was never going to go away. In fact, Donald Trump promised that the vaccine would be quickly distributed by the United States military.

This leaves some people scratching their heads as to why die-hard Trump supporters would not be questioning this action.

An interesting narrative is developing which will almost guarantee conservatives who would normally oppose forced vaccinations, will willingly line up to get them in the name of supporting their favorite president.

I have watched the Trump presidency from an interesting perspective of someone who also studies Alinsky tactics, the Hegelian Dialectic, and methods of persuasion and conditioning. I have believed from the get-go that the more the left opposed Trump, the more his supporters loved him.

In one of my recent articles, I described how the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings were nothing but a show to hide the fact that Brett Kavanaugh was in fact, not the pro-life Supreme Court Justice we were all led to believe he was. Because the left was viciously attacking him, no one was paying attention to the fact that he was assuring pro-abortion senators that he would never vote against Roe v. Wade, because it was established law. The more they attacked him, the more unquestionable the support from the right became.

I think right now, Trump supporters are being “persuaded” into accepting mandatory vaccines in the event he may win the election. This is being done through the carefully constructed narrative that a known anti-Trump leftist, who is known to be a vile American hating liberal, is accusing Trump of bragging about his vaccine progress because he is upset about losing the election. What Cuomo said is that Trump is fast-tracking the vaccine to get one approved before leaving office. You know, so he can take the credit.

If you step back and look at this through the lens of the Hegelian Dialectic, or methods of persuasive communications, it becomes laughable. On one side, Cuomo is promising not to deliver the vaccine to New Yorkers because people don’t trust Trump and the other, Trump is promising to not let New York have it at all because Cuomo won’t give it to his people immediately. I mean, if you cannot see this for the melodramatic soap opera it is, I do not know what to say. I believe the intent is to get you to support the vaccine. Another example is Biden’s coronavirus advisor. He is suggesting that the rest of the world be given the vaccine before American’s. Honestly, I am ok with that but, this will likely reinforce support for Trump’s vaccine efforts.

In my opinion, and I know they are not popular sometimes, this is a classic example of an orchestrated conflict designed to influence and guide our thoughts and actions.

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David Risselada

David Risselada earned his Master's degree in professional writing from Liberty University and has a Bachelor's degree in social work. David is the author of two books. Psychopolitics in America: A Nation Under Conquest and Not on My Watch: Exposing the Marxist Agenda in Education.
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