Trump Releases Epic Statement On Colin Powell’s Passing

(Republican Insider) – Colin Powell, 84, died on Monday from COVID-19 despite being fully vaccinated against the CCP virus. Unhinged liberals in the media and on Twitter quickly made it clear that they were not going to allow Powell’s death to become a symbol of vaccine skepticism despite it being clear proof that the vaccines really don’t stop the most vulnerable among us from dying from the virus.

President Trump wasted no time in releasing a statement on Powell’s passing. Tuesday he proved he is still the man we all know and love as he delivered a statement full of reality and truth regarding Powell.

“Wonderful to see Colin Powell, who made big mistakes on Iraq and famously, so-called weapons of mass destruction, be treated in death so beautifully by the Fake News Media. Hope that happens to me someday.”

“He was a classic RINO, if even that, always being the first to attack other Republicans. He made plenty of mistakes, but anyway, may he rest in peace!”

Powell suffered from multiple myeloma, a blood cancer, which severely limited his body’s ability to fight infections. It also lowers his body’s receptiveness to vaccines.

Naturally, leftists took pleasure in pointing out these facts as they angrily defended Powell’s death from COVID in the Twittersphere.

The former military general had a distinguished career despite his reputation being tarnished by questionable political maneuvers.

BizPacReview gave a summary of his career:

An officer in the U.S. Army, he did two tours in the Vietnam War, afterward serving as National Security Advisor to President Ronald Reagan at the age of 49, among other advisory roles in the 1980s. In 1989 he ascended to Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the youngest person to ever hold the position.

While serving under former President Bill Clinton, he resigned his tenure in 1993 after the disastrous Battle of Mogadishu in October of that same year, an operation which cost the lives of 19 U.S. servicemen. It is believed by many that then-Defense Secretary Leslie Aspen and President Clinton failed to act upon the urging of Powell for an increase of tanks, armored vehicles, and AC-130 Spectre gunships as air-support for the mission, preferring instead to go in light, using UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters, two of which were downed by Somali forces.

This calamitous factor is poured over in the many books on the subject and depicted in the 2001 film, “Blackhawk Down.”

Powell was also a critic of Clinton’s “Don’t ask, don’t tell” policy for the US military despite the fact that the policy actually is very sensible and keeps the focus of the military on defending the US rather than on sexual orientation and what service members decide to do in their personal lives.

Nonetheless, Powell went on to continue making poor decisions and while serving as Secretary of State under George W. Bush he strongly advocated for the 2003 invasion of Iraq, which spurred a war many believed was based on faulty intelligence.

Despite being a supposed Republican, Powell voted for Obama twice, even over his comrade-in-arms, the late Sen. John McCain. When President Trump was in office he regularly denounced Trump and went as far as to call him a threat to the US.

Naturally, Powell went on to blame Trump for the so-called “insurrection” on January 6.

Powell told CNN “I can no longer call myself a fellow Republican. I’m not a fellow of anything right now. I’m just a citizen who has voted Republican, voted Democrat throughout my entire career. And right now I’m just watching my country and not concerned with parties.”

He claimed Trump was guilty of “attempting to overturn the government,” while completely giving a pass to all the radical Marxist Black Lives Matter rioters who caused over $2 billion in damages to US cities over the course of 2020.

Powell was a RINO, indeed, and his death does, in fact, prove that the vaccines are not what they have been advertised to be. They are supposed to keep those who are vulnerable safe from dying from COVID, yet Powell checked all the boxes for someone who is vulnerable to COVID-19 and it still killed him.

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  1. Colin Powell died as the result of multiple factors that weakened him and suppressed his immune system. To suggest that he died from Covid-19 alone is the height of ignorance or is evidence of an agenda to mislead or misinform the people. If being unvaccinated is a choice rather than an obligation, why is it that we are continuing to see increases in cases of Covid among unvaccinated. The few cases of breakthrough cases among vaccinated patients does not prove anything about the vaccines because what is not reported is the real health status of the patient in question. Young people, for example, are occasionally succumb to diseases that there was no prior symptoms present. The lack of prior diagnosis doesn’t prove anything except that the disease didn’t present with any symptoms that would have led the patient or parents to seek treatment. To suggest that there is a cause and effect relationship between getting vaccinated and getting symptoms of a previously undiagnosed disease that could well be hereditary is faulty thinking. Such thinking and its promulgation is causing unnecessary deaths and also is putting a strain on our hospital systems that has also impacted the availability of needed healthcare for non Covid patients with severe illnesses. Regardless of the origin of this virus, the spread of this virus is still a public health crisis that won’t go away by wishful thinking.

  2. I lost all respect for Powell Trump did more for America than the Presidents he supports and he makes mistakes that causes Lifes he proved he is not a smart man when he vote and support Bidden who Do Do on the Pope and Piss on the Royal Family he also proved he is Black by voting for Bidden

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