“There is no panic in the world of conscientious, taking care of business, preparedness,” He said. “I guess the best way I can explain it is I really, really trust this president. I think he’s the greatest president in the history of America. I think he’s the greatest leader in the history of the human experience.
“I really believe in truth, logic, common sense and those really controversial things, like the Constitution and the Bill Of Rights and the Declaration Of Independence — you know, all those really controversial things. I absolutely believe… that he is the best there is right now. And I pay attention to the president.”
“I’m a critical thinker. I think the number one job of a free man, a free human being, is to be suspicious,” Ted continued. “I really believe that Americans’ number one job is to question authority, to constantly put the screws to our elected employees…
“I think we have great leadership. I think the president has clearly surrounded himself with the masters of these conditions — medical, organizational, preparedness.”
He also blasted people for panic-buying and toilet paper hoarding in case they’re quarantined for a long time amid the pandemic.
“What I see unfolding today is an inescapable manifestation of a global cultural deprivation that we’ve become spoiled rotten. The past administrations in the United States government, all these past presidents, gave the control of our life-and-death medical and antibiotic production and availability to the tyrannical, genocidal, communist Chinese.
“So now’s the time to maybe be more like Uncle Ted… Number one, earn your own way. Number two, live within your means; be frugal. Number three — here’s the big one: save for a rainy day. Hey, pandemic? Ultimate rainy day. And people who find themselves unprepared, I hope you’re learning your lesson.
“How dare an American household head — or anybody over the age of 12, for that matter — how do you not be prepared?,” he added. “How do you not have adequate food, water, medicine, guns, ammo and toilet paper? How do you not have enough for at least a couple of months? C’mon! There’s been hurricanes and floods, there’s been tornados, there’s been Y2K, there was 9/11. How many more lessons do you have to witness before you learn?”
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