Paul Stanley, who is the co-founder of KISS, took to his official Twitter account to criticize the president, Donald Trump, due to the recent statement about coronavirus.
As you might remember, Trump announced that he has tested positive for the coronavirus with First Lady Melania Trump on October 2. Since then, he has been undergoing treatment.
Yesterday, Trump made another statement on Twitter again and said that he will be leaving the medical center because he feels really good now. Furthermore, Trump mentioned that citizens should not be afraid of the virus and don’t let it determine their lives.
After reading this statement, Paul Stanley got pissed off and explained why people should be careful about the virus. He pointed out that nobody could be treated as Trump, and there is a high possibility of dying due to the coronavirus.
Here is the statement from Donald Trump:
“I will be leaving the great Walter Reed Medical Center today at 6:30 P.M. Feeling really good! Don’t be afraid of COVID. Don’t let it dominate your life.
We have developed, under the Trump Administration, some really great drugs & knowledge. I feel better than I did 20 years ago!”
Here is what Paul Stanley said:
“Nobody should forget that the president has received medical care that most never will and been given treatment including monoclonal antibodies that are unavailable to the general public.
COVID kills. 209,000 are dead. Social distance and wear a mask.
ALSO… NOBODY should kid themselves. The president INSISTED on leaving the hospital BUT he’s NOT going home. He is going to the White House where he has a top medical team ON-SITE! YOU DON’T. He’s on an IV and continues to get experimental drugs. Social distance. WEAR YOUR MASK.”
You can check out the tweets below.
NOBODY should forget that the president has received medical care that most never will and been given treatment including monoclonal antibodies that are unavailable to the general public. COVID KILLS. 209,000 are dead. Social distance and WEAR A MASK. https://t.co/eWQLqmSRrv
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) October 5, 2020