At the Washington Post, Boot lays out the same case we heard for eight years during the Obama Administration. That is, everything is Trump's fault. In Obama's case, everything for the full eight years of the Obama presidency was Bush's fault. Now, everything for the foreseeable future will be Trump's fault.
It's' mostly about the Covid pandemic and policies surrounding it. The premise is based on the clear and obvious fact that the Covid vaccines are entirely efficacious and without blemish. They work. They simply work. Any problems must be the result of anything else. Therefore, because all Covid deaths were Trump's fault, it stands to reason anything wrong is still Trump's fault. It could be nothing other than that.
It's beyond parody and a signpost toward the totalitarianism we're all seeing. The piece by Boot is, of course, most concerned with supporting the Mandates. The Mandates are the key. Naturally it has poop to do with Covid or life or death. It has to do with the Mandates. That's why that big, bold news that a couple companies have found a possible Covid treatment have gone the way of 8-track tapes. My guess is that you can't mandate treatments. You can mandate vaccines.
And that's what this is about. I don't know if Boot believes this partisan bilge or not, but it isn't important. He's at The Washington Post. What do we expect? The problem is, many partisan hacks and fools will believe it, and will go a long way toward showing why our days as a free nation of life, liberty and equality are numbered.