The virus that's caused a global pandemic and upended daily life in the United States has killed nearly 60 thousand Americans and unemployed millions more.
To curb the spread of the highly contagious pathogen, governors across the country have heeded the advice of health experts and ordered their constituents to stay at home while non-essential businesses shutter.
As a result, the spread of the virus has slowed and the predicted death toll has significantly decreased.
But with President Donald Trump's reelection largely hinging on the continuation of the Obama-era economy, his supporters are leaping to see businesses reopen—no matter the human toll. Far-Right pundit Dennis Prager is one of those people.
His eagerness to paint the lockdowns as a form of treachery are facing backlash online.
In a recent tweet from Prager's video channel PragerU, he describes the virus as "the greatest mistake in the history of humanity."
Prager University may masquerade as an educational institution, but apparently it doesn't have that great a grasp at just how expansive the history of humanity is. Given the breadth of our history and subsequently our flawed judgments, "the greatest mistake in the history of humanity" seemed wildly hyperbolic.
The account later attempted to clarify that Prager didn't include deliberate evil among the history of mistakes made by humanity.
But it was too late.
The attempt at clarification didn't help.
We'll stick to the advice of experts.
The book The Cult of Trump: A Leading Cult Expert Explains How the President Uses Mind Control is available here.
"One of America's leading experts in cults and mind-control provides an eye-opening analysis of Trump and the indoctrination tactics he uses to build a fanatical devotion in his supporters."
"Over the past two years, Trump's behavior has become both more disturbing and yet increasingly familiar. He relies on phrases like, 'fake news,' 'build the wall,' and continues to spread the divisive mentality of us-vs.-them."
"He lies constantly, has no conscience, never admits when he is wrong, and projects all of his shortcomings on to others. He has become more authoritarian, more outrageous, and yet many of his followers remain blindly devoted."
"His need to squash alternate information and his insistence of constant ego stroking are all characteristics of other famous leaders—cult leaders."