Buck Sexton, the host of “The Buck Sexton Show,” said the coronavirus and the public’s mass hysteria that has been brought on by the press can be summed up in an op-ed released Tuesday that argued that the virus makes us all potential serial killers.
Michael J. Stern, the columnist for the Detroit Free Press, wrote that while cases are increasing across the country, “COVID-19 has turned every man, woman and child into a potential serial killer.”
He wrote that he has been fortunate, but “not a day goes by that I don’t wonder whether my streak of good luck is about to end, because the person in front of me in the grocery line is wearing a mask below his nose—expelling a cloud of radioactive COVID dust that I cannot escape, short of dropping $50 on the conveyor belt and trying to outrun the security guard.”
Sexton said the media has been fueling the public’s fear of the coronavirus that “really goes down into the depths of a form of mass hysteria and mental illness.”
The election has proved President Trump correct on a lot of issues when it comes to the disease. During the campaign, he said that a vaccine was on the horizon, and that turned out to be true. (Several, in fact.) And he pushed for public calm and a return to some kind of normalcy, which included sending children back to school.
But Joe Biden, Democrats and their allies in the mainstream media used all this against the president and tried to make the president appear reckless in the face of an national emergency. Teachers unions tried to portray walking into a classroom as certain death.
But Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country’s top disease expert, finally announced that children should be able to return to their classrooms.
“Close the bars and keep the schools open,” Fauci told ABC News.
Sexton said they tried to portray Trump as an “evil buffoon who wanted to inject bleach into veins.”
Sexton said the fact that students across the country suffered mental health problems due to these school closures did not matter to Democrats in the fall because they had one objective in mind: get the “petrified weirdo hiding in the basement” elected. They wanted to keep the schools closed and blame Trump for forcing them to make that decision.