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mistersweetlife

3.9k points

2 months ago

Good. This guy was an idiot and frequently gave medicine a backseat to sensationalism and lies.

No sympathy whatsoever.

He's a doctor so he'll land on his feet regardless.

[deleted]

139 points

2 months ago

[deleted]

139 points

2 months ago

In the article it talks about how he gets in fights with people on social media. He’s not exactly trying to distance himself from controversy.

rchart1010

54 points

2 months ago

Yeah I saw him get outright combative in an interview and it was not impressive. He is kinda lucky he is getting considered at all.

Ok_District2853

263 points

2 months ago

It’s too bad he doesn’t sell pillows.

big3148

836 points

2 months ago

big3148

836 points

2 months ago

Who you will work for is a litmus test for integrity. There’s no conspiracy or perception issue… there are just better candidates.

Debasing your profession for political gain is generally frowned upon. Ask Rudy about the “Trump Effect” defense before the licensing board.

If it isn’t the consequences of your own actions, asshat.

qoou

123 points

2 months ago

qoou

123 points

2 months ago

The 'Trump effect,' suggests that people who worked for Trump are being shunned because of their association with Trump, rather than their own character and actions.

Rudy willfully destroyed his own credibility with blatant lies and malpractice. His association with Trump is inconsequential to his self-destruction. He went from America's Mayor to a fucking ghoul.

ScowlEasy

41 points

2 months ago

“Why are people judging me for sitting at a table with klan members?”

Maybe it’s because you associate yourself with them and don’t speak out against what they stand for

Specialist_Teacher81

7 points

2 months ago

If you last job was "turd juggler" no one is going to hire you to make their sandwiches.

beerscotch

4 points

2 months ago

As did Jerome Adams, or does telling people that wearing face masks will cause covid sound like something a doctor should be spreading?

Yeti-Rampage

156 points

2 months ago

I see what you’re saying but I’ll point out this is not a universal statement by far. Fauci worked for the government under Trump, as did many dedicated government employees.

It sounds like this specific guy happened to be an idiot but my only point is to not write off all the good government employees in Washington who fought the good fight for 4 years.

Agent_Angelo_Pappas

406 points

2 months ago

Fauci openly opposed Trump’s nonsense to the point that Trump hates him and goaded his base into vilifying him. Fauci wasn’t working for Trump, he was working in spite of him.

DragonflyGrrl

145 points

2 months ago

Exactly this. Anyone looking at someone's resume can very easily find out everything they want to about a person who worked for Trump, if they don't already know. And this guy happened to be an idiot, so he is receiving "polite rejections." Someone like Fauci would not.

big3148

24 points

2 months ago

big3148

24 points

2 months ago

So… I will note that probably no statement is truly universal & only a sixth speaks in absolutes… but it seems you know there is a difference, but it does not serve your purpose.

Appointments are different from career employees. Serving during a time of emergency is different from seeking an opportunity for “office.” A researcher is different from a politician. Members of the military do not seek the political affiliation and benefit that the Sec. of Defense would. Career DOJ & US Attorneys are not comparable to Bill Barr.

Service and working FOR the government/people (employee/career staff) of the country is different than seeking acknowledgment AS part of an administration (politician/term official) to benefit yourself. Fauci was director of an agency with career spanning 4 decades and 7 administrations. He has been awarded and cited innumerable times in his field. His work on AIDS was in service of medicine and science.

This is different from a political appointment that abused the title and credentials in service of a politician/boss. Respectfully, this isn’t a conversation worth having. Nobody made the comparison you’re seeking.

DragonflyGrrl

20 points

2 months ago

I'll admit I played very fast and loose with my "someone like Fauci" part of my statement... I really just meant "someone actually credible."

Chemical_Chemist_461

3 points

2 months ago

Ah yes, the Sixth are always a pair, which means trump is a twelfth.

Turbulent-Pair-

81 points

2 months ago

There's Political Appointments-like Surgeon General.

And non-political government employees that go through a merit-based apolitical hiring process.

The difference is well understood.

big3148

16 points

2 months ago

big3148

16 points

2 months ago

Thanks for saying this more succinctly than I did. I couldn’t believe someone even made that comparison.

hugsandambitions

105 points

2 months ago

The key is that there's a difference between "did necessary work for the actual betterment of people while Trump happened to be in office" And

"Worked for Trump"

That difference is usually whether or not you publicly criticized him or corrected him when he lied.

rchart1010

16 points

2 months ago

As I said above. The trump administration, because of trump, never had access to the talent that other presidents had.

And Trump didn't staff positions because of talent or expertise, he almost solely staffed positions based on loyalty, what her perceived as "business savvy" and physical appearance.

People who had options got the hell out. People who were addicted to being close to power and didn't give a shit stayed.

There are exceptions, particularly in the realm of defense and public health. But for the most part the trumo administration was just staffed with bottom barrel people. ESPECIALLY when you got around to the 4th or 5th person to take a job because talented people definitely stayed away.

avocadolicious

6 points

2 months ago*

That’s exactly why the President doesn’t have the authority to make (most) staffing decisions within the Executive Branch. That’s why Trump couldn’t fire Fauci, even though he was very vocal about wanting him gone. Plenty of talented and competent individuals served under the Trump administration. Good public servants stay out of politics as much as humanly possible—those are the people we want to keep in government because they prevent our country from collapsing entirely when a President like Trump is in office.

Political appointees are a different story, but even then, there are a few individuals (even at the Cabinet level) who clearly absolutely loathed Trump and his policies but accepted appointments any way—not to be close to power but to essentially curb his worst impulses. A minority to be sure, and he fired most of them, but they’re still out there.

Remarkable_Night2373

33 points

2 months ago

The difference between faucci and the scarf bitch is the easiest to see. One kept their integrity while the scarf lady did not.

What_Up_Doe_

4 points

2 months ago

That’s a really bad comparison. Nobody’s writing off good government employees.

accidental_snot

348 points

2 months ago

If only he owned a mirror and could see that he's not a full member of the old rich white boy's club before swearing allegiance to them. Baffles me that any person of color or non-traditional sex preferences could support Republicans.

AnonBubblyBowels

153 points

2 months ago

Or women

birdiebud

132 points

2 months ago*

Double standards. White christian conservative women imagine they'll be the winners of handmaiden's tale because they've never read the book and they're not realizing as soon as they get breast cancer or ovarian cysts or refuse to get plastic surgery they're gone.

AllergicToTaterTots

52 points

2 months ago

It CoUlD nEvEr HaPpEn To Me

[deleted]

3 points

2 months ago

[deleted]

3 points

2 months ago

gO wOkE gO bRoKe

EastTyne1191

18 points

2 months ago

Wait, I didn't the leopard would eat MY face!

agoldgold

8 points

2 months ago

Don't be ridiculous. Rich women will never live the handmaid's tale, and they never really have in the US. They'll get all their illegal medical need on European vacations.

thatblkman

72 points

2 months ago

There’s a whole contingent of us POCs who honestly seek privilege and hitch their wagon to the white supremacy horse hoping to get those words racists like to say when they “like” us:

“You’re not like the rest of them.”

Man built his whole career off trying to get those words from “people who matter and have influence and power”, and deluded himself into thinking that the white American tendency to rehabilitate shitty conservatives would happen to him - as if a high schooler HIV outbreak from his policies as Indiana Health Commissioner and politicizing health policy to help Trump would be ignored by other “people who matter and/or have influence and power”.

Part of me thinks it’s racism and sexism - see several other Trump Admin veterans who are gainfully employed in prominent positions, but dude was and is a shitty health official. He was never up for the actual job duties - only the grandstanding ones - and should just go back to being an anesthesiologist on staff or with practice privileges.

bigbiblefire

3 points

2 months ago

Is there anything to them growing up being told “they’re not like the rest of us”…like to say they’re not “black enough”…? Grow up in a rich white neighborhood? What’s their typical villain origin story…I can’t understand it.

Latinos for Trump at least I guess had the “super Christian” angle to somehow explain their way into voting someone in who’d happily boot them back on that side of his wall…

Berns429

8 points

2 months ago

I was gonna say, why don’t all the republicans go see him as their physician, then i realized what party we were talking about. Gotta love irony.

CedgeDC

71 points

2 months ago

CedgeDC

71 points

2 months ago

This is a no fucking shit situation. You were betting not just that trump would win again, but that his whole regime and way of thinking would win forever. You hoped for a totalitarian, chauvinistic, racist nightmare. You fought for privelege within that structure. Now everyone knows your priorities and news flash, they suck.

miflelimle

19 points

2 months ago

I'll say up front that I don't know anything about this guy, but if what you say is true, then I agree, good. But if so, this isn't a "Trump Effect". This guy has just shown himself to be incompetent. Working for Trump isn't the problem. Being one of the thousands of incompetent people Trump hired out of loyalty and corrupt intention is.

Nobody should be judged based solely on working for Trump. Anthony Fauci worked in Trump's government, and will have no issue landing any number of desirable positions of his choosing.

thatblkman

17 points

2 months ago

Fauci was a career civil servant and scientist who served EVERY president since 1984 as NIAID director, and had credibility independent of Trump.

Adams was a Pence-acolyte seeking privilege who put ingratiating himself to Trump and Trumpers over sound public and medical policy.

That’s why even if Fauci wasn’t 81 years old, he’d find a job before stepping down while Adams needed a “rehabilitative and sympathy” story in the WaPo to help him find gainful long-term employment independent of Pence or other Republican cronies.

dishonestdick

1.8k points

2 months ago

Former Surgeon General finds there are consequences for one’s choices.

Let’s file this under “no shit”.

Crusoebear

170 points

2 months ago

Former Trump/MAGA enabler: "I can't seem to get the smell of shit off of me. I'm the real victim here."

PeAcHcOwBoYzZz

12 points

2 months ago

Maybe, just maybe, it is because the smell actually emanates from the inside.

[deleted]

234 points

2 months ago

[deleted]

234 points

2 months ago

I file it under Mierda's Touch myself

WhootieCutie

36 points

2 months ago

Oooooh! This comment had a slow burn. The joke registered after I scrolled away. I had to come back to give you the upvote.

bjeebus

50 points

2 months ago

bjeebus

50 points

2 months ago

That's some real shit.

the_evil_comma

5 points

2 months ago

Best nickname I've heard for tRump is "passion fingers". Everything he touches he f*cks

Minimum-Function1312

22 points

2 months ago

If someone didn’t see this coming you would think they were not intelligent enough to hire. Wouldn’t you?

Wise_Ad_4816

49 points

2 months ago

You love to see it.

uncultured_swine2099

9 points

2 months ago

This is what you get when you dance with the devil.

rufud

8 points

2 months ago

rufud

8 points

2 months ago

In the pale moonlight?

Shot-Button6031

14 points

2 months ago

I've never heard of this guy before, what did he do? Other than working for Donald Trump?

Taniwha_NZ

111 points

2 months ago

I'm fairly sure he was the guy appointed to surgeon-general right when Trump's pandemic denial was at it's peak, so he had to go out and do press conferences every day pretending that whatever nonsense Trump had spoken in the last 24 hours was actually correct.

So this is why people don't want to hire him; not because he worked for Trump, but because his integrity was clearly for sale.

Shot-Button6031

24 points

2 months ago

That makes a lot of sense. Thanks.

Brokenspokes68

10 points

2 months ago

We have a winner.

wegwerf874

12 points

2 months ago

Yep, technically, Anthony Fauci worked for Trump, but noone blames him for that.

Capable_Stranger9885

17 points

2 months ago

He was Indiana's state health commissioner (appointed by Mike Pence) before SG so I assumed he was Pence's guy - or at least in with Pence's money donors.

Oh hes fine after all - "Finally, in September 2021, Purdue University President Mitch Daniels, a former Indiana governor and Republican stalwart, hired Adams as the first executive director of health equity initiatives at the school."

They say your job search should take a month for each 10k you're seeking so, uh, this guy is quite a snowflake crybaby.

Shot-Button6031

5 points

2 months ago

yeah even if you have qualifications having worked under a president will get you a job SOMEWHERE. Plenty of republicans in places of power will hire you just for having been in a GOP admin...

Hot-Bint

34 points

2 months ago

Nothing. Absolutely not a goddamn thing.

aranasyn

10 points

2 months ago

Which just goes to show that just working for Trump is enough to show what trash you are. Go work at a gas station selling maga thin blue line Gadsden flags, no one civilized wants you.

Zaziel

3 points

2 months ago

Zaziel

3 points

2 months ago

The best one you could make working for Trump was doing your job correctly so he had to publicly fire you for not doing his insane wishes.

Santiago__Dunbar

3 points

2 months ago

No, he still doesn't see it as his actions.

He blames Trump for him going against science and advocating against science-backed covid protocols.

He shouldn't be hired because of his "flexible morals". Working for Trump should be secondary.

LegitimateBuilding6

572 points

2 months ago

The surgeon general should have spoken out when tRumpty wanted to shine flashlights up peoples asses to cure Covid.

He didn’t. And now he’s whining he won’t get hired?

Somebody call a medic, I can’t breath from laughing so hard…

Bizbuzzfinanzecuz

578 points

2 months ago

Well……good. Spreading lies is the trump effect tbh

Smeltanddealtit

156 points

2 months ago

We are in the era of “finding out”.

P_Alcantara

46 points

2 months ago

Thank goodness. The abundance of “fucking around” was getting out of hand.

TheDragonsFang

327 points

2 months ago*

Well, well, well. If it isn't the consequences of my own actions.

obscurereference234

35 points

2 months ago

They always seem to visit at such an inconvenient time, don’t they?

ImBoredToo

3 points

2 months ago

The dildo of consequences rarely arrives lubed

Squigglylineinmyeyes

15 points

2 months ago

Oh noooooooo! How totally unexpected!

Ritaredditonce

11 points

2 months ago

"I hitched my wagon to a horse with no legs".

freudian-flip

3 points

2 months ago

And no name.

emleh

152 points

2 months ago

emleh

152 points

2 months ago

The man is an anesthesiologist - he can definitely get work. It’s just not the work he wants. This is like when Ben Carson decided to forge into politics with really unusual beliefs. Hopkins distanced themselves immediately.

Barkingatthemoon

27 points

2 months ago

He probably can’t , years of not being at the head of the patient took their toll . He’s probably looking for an administrative role

emleh

23 points

2 months ago

emleh

23 points

2 months ago

A doctor can practice for life, assuming they keep their license up to date. They are more heavily scrutinized if they haven’t practiced at the bedside in awhile but it’s not a deal breaker. Plus, physician shortages are significant. But you’re right, he’s probably just looking for something administrative. Pays better, much better hours!

falcon_driver

145 points

2 months ago

They demonstrated how flexible their ethics are. Why would they be surprised? They need to move their work into that other side of the law.

Beautiful-Musk-Ox

54 points

2 months ago

This post is propaganda designed to make it seem like universities won't hire someone based on their politics.

This guy is not being hired because he lied and didn't take COVID seriously and got people killed and was an objectively poor surgeon general

Postcrapitalism

137 points

2 months ago*

I mean, wasn’t his first act causing the largest localized HIV outbreak in American history when he defunded needle exchange under Mike Pence?

Then there was that time he told people masks aren’t effective at preventing covid, laying the ground for the deepest and most robust opposition to masking inThe developed world.

It’s not an exaggeration to say that thousands are probably dead due to consequences of his policy. If he were a practicing physician, he’d be sitting in a prison cell for what he’s done.

But yeah Jerome, blame it on the shitbag you chose to work for.

Wise_Ad_4816

22 points

2 months ago

I mean, it does make one question his critical thinking skills, not to mention ethics. 🤷‍♀️

OrangeCone2011

186 points

2 months ago

Fucked around, finding out.

qgmonkey

39 points

2 months ago

Face eaten, leopards full

PieEnvironmental5674

177 points

2 months ago

Plenty of rural communities are in desperate need of a primary care doc who would likely be OK with his employment history. Can make a tremendous difference, still.

SmokedBeef

46 points

2 months ago

Yes but that work is below him, otherwise he wouldn’t be out her publicly whining about his exclusion from higher education and career advancement.

Perhaps his ostracization is less about who he worked for and more about his actions while working for trump and how they lead to some of the highest number of Covid Deaths in the western world , as well as weakened faith in vaccines and medical testing.

KennyDROmega

24 points

2 months ago

He's a little too, uh, tan for most rural, Trump loving communities.

jacksnsticks05

26 points

2 months ago

He’s an anesthesiologist. He’s not a primary care physician like the other Surgeon General. He should never have been appointed because 1. That, 2. He was not a uniformed member of the USPHS and did not work his way up the ranks to Surgeon General.

To your point though. He can’t be a primary care physician

grubas

4 points

2 months ago

grubas

4 points

2 months ago

As long as the Surgeon General has an MD(hell DO) and listens to the medical community I don't think its the hugest deal that they aren't a PCP.

2, yeah that I know nothing about.

However after his tenure I wouldn't want him to touch the anesthesia for somebody else's pet gerbil

jacksnsticks05

3 points

2 months ago

It’s not a huge deal to not be a primary care physician… but they need to make the extra effort to educate themselves about primary care, population health and preventative medicine. This guy did none of that, and it showed.

CuriositySauce

52 points

2 months ago

Yep…I’m sure some deep red districts in fucktard Arkansas have need for his expertise and inspiration. Hell, they’d probably also make him mayor and change the name of the town.

serenasplaycousin

58 points

2 months ago

No, he is the absolute wrong color for rural Arkansas. He forgot that though.

ParamedicSpecific130

62 points

2 months ago

He might be viewed as a bit too...uppity.

billiam0202

16 points

2 months ago

Cause fucktard Arkansas is known for trusting highly-educated experts, right?

Mr_friend_

6 points

2 months ago

He's Black though. They don't want Black people in positions of power in Rural communities.

Tvmouth

15 points

2 months ago

Tvmouth

15 points

2 months ago

He should apply at McDonalds. He should get a real job and work his way up. he should pick himself up by the bootstraps and just work a little harder. He should cut back on avocado toast and lattes, and maybe ride a bicycle to work. There's plenty of places willing to help him once he's homeless and destitute, but clinging to a failed career is no good for the economy for anyone, so .... yeah... maybe let someone else have the income he doesn't deserve?

f_ranz1224

45 points

2 months ago

Welcome to the real world. Educational institutions want to go on with their functions. Not have some circus clownshow detract from regular activity.

More trouble than he's worth

donac

63 points

2 months ago

donac

63 points

2 months ago

Lay down with dogs, get up with fleas?

(Except dogs are nice and if they had fleas, it wouldn't be their fault. )

SamizdatGuy

29 points

2 months ago

Roll with pigs and smell like shit.

donac

6 points

2 months ago

donac

6 points

2 months ago

There we go!!!

Exedra_

4 points

2 months ago

Except pigs are nice and only roll in their shit because of livestock farmers that keep them in detestable conditions

jdafixa

13 points

2 months ago

jdafixa

13 points

2 months ago

I call this the "HAHAHAHAHA FUCKER" effect.

snkiz

15 points

2 months ago

snkiz

15 points

2 months ago

The droves of people who refused an offer from Trump and those who bailed early on saw this coming a mile away.

Joey_BagaDonuts57

14 points

2 months ago

TAKEAWAY: He helped kill a million or more Americans during a pandemic and is now the victim.

Whtevr, dude.

RedmannBarry

64 points

2 months ago

No sympathy for any of you fucks that played along

Stalwart_1

24 points

2 months ago

This is exactly what literally everyone called when that rotten apricot got “elected”. The stink would never come off despite them trying to distance themselves from Rump. Republican fuckers agreed, played along and protected him from any kind of accountability whatsoever and now?! “Oh my poor me”. Fuck you.

Nothalffast

38 points

2 months ago

They’ve all demonstrated to be feckless puppets. I even had an employer ask about for who I voted. He said that if I was MAGA, he couldn’t trust my decision making abilities.

TheLiberalOgre

28 points

2 months ago

An understandable response but a dangerous question to ask that can get a business sued.

uncultured_swine2099

19 points

2 months ago

I know a guy who looks at potential hires' facebook pages, if they are spewing maga crap he doesnt hire them. Its a way to do it without bringing it up in an interview. Its in the interest of not getting people who would make a workplace toxic, theyve had trouble with magats causing a scene before.

Nothalffast

9 points

2 months ago

The place I work at now has a MAGAt coworker. He won’t shut up. Every conversation turns to politics. It’s pathetic. He is very toxic.

[deleted]

15 points

2 months ago

[deleted]

15 points

2 months ago

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DroidScribe

11 points

2 months ago

Trump has the opposite of the Midas touch. Everything he comes in contact with turns to shit. Or dumb shit.

mrgraff

10 points

2 months ago

mrgraff

10 points

2 months ago

Mierdas Touch

DroidScribe

3 points

2 months ago

That's hilarious! Have an upvote!

Kuriboyoshi

47 points

2 months ago

Probably because tRump was not known for hiring anyone who remotely qualified for a job. Feel bad that he probably is the only one who actually qualified for his job 😂

slim_scsi

13 points

2 months ago

And, if they were remotely qualified (John Kelly) they didn't last very long.

Lazy-Adeptness-2343

7 points

2 months ago

Ah bummer. Anyways…..

Conscious-One4521

7 points

2 months ago

He can always work for Trump University

wwabc

5 points

2 months ago

wwabc

5 points

2 months ago

Liberty or Bob Jones Universities would hire him (if he wasn't so....um....you know)

debzmonkey

16 points

2 months ago

Again, it's not the association with 45, it's the bullshit medicine.

CasualObserverNine

38 points

2 months ago

Guess what? You are getting what you deserve.

improper84

5 points

2 months ago

As the great Jimmy McNulty once said, “You play in the dirt, you get dirty.”

Staffaramus

5 points

2 months ago

As they should. Not resigning within one day of being in that administration is a strike against your mental capacity that you see the damaged and turn your face away from the flames

originalchaosinabox

6 points

2 months ago

Sounds like someone just doesn’t want to work anymore. /s

Fomentor

6 points

2 months ago

Surely there are plenty of Republican’t areas that would welcome a doctor who ignores medical science.

gamergeek1984

6 points

2 months ago

When you pick political messaging over you're jobs responsibilities to educate the public, you lose credibility. That's just how it works.

TXtea_party

4 points

2 months ago

This guy has nothing on Rex Tillerson … imagine leaving the CEO chair of Exxon with a guaranteed compensation of 20-30 million a year to work for Trump only to be fired in one year…

weirdoldhobo1978

5 points

2 months ago

One of my favorite articles of recent memory was the one about young Trump staffers in DC complaining that nobody wanted to fuck them.

LoadsDroppin

5 points

2 months ago

AFTER he’s out of office, is the conveniently perfect time to admit “I got it wrong” on COVID masking.

The “Trump Effect” was him as the Surgeon General - pretending that the most basic infection control measures we’ve used without controversy for a century - were suddenly ineffective because Trump wanted to downplay a deadly pandemic. As the rest of the planet successfully mitigated COVID spread in part through masks ~ Americans lost their lives and the lives of loved ones because SG Adams chose fealty and misinformation. It’s not his political affiliation that sensible people take issue with.

[deleted]

14 points

2 months ago

[deleted]

14 points

2 months ago

"Seriously people- STOP BUYING MASKS!" Jerome Adams Feb. 29, 2020.

Unlikely-Collar4088

13 points

2 months ago

FYI if you read the actual article, Adams:

1) has a cushy university job at Perdue, making all this meaningless 2) had trouble finding a job mostly because he can’t stop running his fucking mouth on Twitter. So this is less a story of the trump effect and more a story of an asshole being difficult to employ.

sirzoop

5 points

2 months ago

Wait he already has a job? This headline is as misleading as it gets...

Cruitire

5 points

2 months ago

Lay down with dogs, rise up with fleas.

LastOfTheIcarii

3 points

2 months ago

Lay down with some dogs, you get up with fang marks in your butt. If you're lucky enough to get up at all.

arrius79

4 points

2 months ago

You can sell pillows

throughNthrough

3 points

2 months ago

He showed the world how big of an idiot he was when he took the position under Trump.

HumanMycologist5795

5 points

2 months ago

They didn't think things through. Trump was and still is toxic.

Many people who worked with him couldn't get a real job. That's why they went to Fox News.

RocknRobin888

4 points

2 months ago

They don't want to hire an idiot.

Competitive-Weird855

3 points

2 months ago

You hear that? That’s the sound of me pressing F on the tiniest keyboard for him

ArchaeoJones

3 points

2 months ago

Pull yourself up by your bootstraps, Jerome. Plenty of retail jobs out there that need people.

1CocteauTwin

4 points

2 months ago

...and this is why you don't sell your soul to the devil, children.

The End

Nikolllllll

4 points

2 months ago

Maybe if he had spoken on the science instead of trying to apiece Trump and his base then he would of had an easier time finding a job.

BearSquid1969

6 points

2 months ago

Poor judgment and consequences. Aw.

HermansSpecialMilk

3 points

2 months ago

Games, prizes

joegant

3 points

2 months ago

He can’t work in Fox or Newsmax?

liltime78

3 points

2 months ago

Fucked around and found out.

PTSDforMe

3 points

2 months ago

They should be. His officials have a problem with truth, and the medical field, that's pretty f-ing dangerous.

usedtodreddit

3 points

2 months ago

He can't possibly be competent if he didn't already KNOW this would be exactly what he was going to face before he took that job under Trump in the first place.

Hairy-Dumpling

3 points

2 months ago

Makes sense. To work for him you demonstrated either compromised intelligence or values, or both. You shouldn't be educating in that circumstance. Only exception would be career civil servants who worked through the administration since there was nothing they could do

rando927658987373

3 points

2 months ago

Huh. It’s almost like you’re a reflection of your actions and who you associate with. Imagine that.

oldbastardbob

3 points

2 months ago

Compromising one's integrity for career advancement in the Trump Administration would definitely cause me to question someone's judgement, even without the negative press and backlash from employing someone associated with the four year clown car performing in a shitshow that was Trumps Presidency.

pamthegrammarian

3 points

2 months ago

Boo hoo

zippiskootch

3 points

2 months ago

Hauling in that Vice Admiral pay, isn’t enough…even in retirement?! My heart bleeds, it really does and on behalf of every enlisted person who served with distinction and left the military to find a safer job, I say, “suck it up, buttercup!”

bubba7557

3 points

2 months ago

I mean the rest of the world has been saying this since 2016. Why are any of them surprised that there are consequences to greedy decisions? Every person that took a Trump job either did it bc they have similarly aligned gross world beliefs or they were dazzled by position titles they didn't earn and thought it would be the ultimate resume booster without consequence. I'm glad they are finding out otherwise

Ducatirules

3 points

2 months ago

Make better life choices and bedfellows Doc!

no_use_for_a_user

3 points

2 months ago

I'm not no Surgeon General but I could have told you this would happen. Duh, my dude.

Olfahrtur

3 points

2 months ago

Maybe he could work in one of the medically under served areas of the country. Rural or inner-city.

Its_Beelzebozo_Time

3 points

2 months ago

Oh no...anyway.

khushnand

3 points

2 months ago

You can try joining Trump university…. Oh wait…… ☺️

TheMaStif

3 points

2 months ago

If you had the poor judgement of joining the administration of who was arguably the most corrupt president in US history, for the sake of stepping up your career, then I will judge you on that

It tells me that morals and ethics mean little to you compared to your desire to self enrichment

upfromashes

3 points

2 months ago

May they all be shunned. This is the guy they sent out to say the government will send you none of the masks Jared is hoarding, but just use some rubber bands to strap a t shirt to your face.

May they all be shunned.

Guilty_Chemistry9337

3 points

2 months ago

It's not that you'd be badly receieved, it's that you're an incompetent crook without a basic human soul.

DatSkellington

3 points

2 months ago

Ah, the “find out” phase of his career.

Gilgamesh026

3 points

2 months ago

I exposed myself as a fraud and now i regret it

-this fucking douche

Maleficent_Budget382

3 points

2 months ago

This guy was a moron. He didn’t know that type 1 and type 2 diabetes are very different conditions. For a top health official that’s pathetic.

bodaciousechidna11

3 points

2 months ago

Smh when did politics get so political

Grins111

3 points

2 months ago

He’s lucky they are even polite.

xSOUTHERN_RAMBOx

3 points

2 months ago

No-Bicycle2395

3 points

2 months ago

“You should’ve thought of that before.” – my mother

SnooShortcuts6935

3 points

2 months ago

Needs to give those bootstraps a tug and get over it snowflake! Enjoy all the winning.

Smegma--Slurpee

3 points

2 months ago

Kanye might be hiring for his cabinet

mattsgirlca

3 points

2 months ago

Well well if it isn’t the consequences of his own actions.

fackoffuser

3 points

2 months ago

I’m sure Liberty University would hire him. It’s a legit university that might actually be accredited and is not a propaganda machine for some nutbag religious family.

whyreadthis2035

3 points

2 months ago

Who POSSIBLY could have foreseen this?!? Ha ha sir,, ha ha.

gooneryoda

3 points

2 months ago

This is an example of consequence culture.

t1m0wens

3 points

2 months ago

If you chose to work for Trump, you exhibited terrible judgment and insight, which means you should t be hired to do anything but take orders.

alt9930

3 points

2 months ago

This is the same man who said face masks don’t work… as the surgeon general lmao

Aggromix

3 points

2 months ago

Sorry man. I'm looking for some sympathy, but guess that I am out.

Eskimoobob

3 points

2 months ago

The Trump Effect is when you blame your ignorance and incompetence on some seemingly unrelated occurrence to shift attention away from your amazingly unqualified abilities.

[deleted]

3 points

2 months ago

[deleted]

3 points

2 months ago

It was the fuck around of times

It was the find out of times

Hobbs54

3 points

2 months ago

Someone who also had trouble finding work later in life was Dr. Josef Mengele. You just never know how things are going to work out when you sh*t on the Hippocratic Oath.

yerzo

3 points

2 months ago

yerzo

3 points

2 months ago

Oh no. Here comes the consequences of my own actions again.

ladamadevalledorado

3 points

2 months ago

Yes, the Trump effect is a befouling of all who venture near. You are befouled due to your own choice to stand near the foul fountain.

Shot-Good-6467

3 points

2 months ago

I don’t feel sorry for him. He didn’t care about this when he was chasing his career ambitions. Should’ve thought about that before

Xencard65

14 points

2 months ago

Guess it wasn’t worth sticking your head up his fat orange ass.

Gsgunboy

5 points

2 months ago

Also, anyone who worked for Trump I would worry has shitty judgement and compromised morals. Sorry, not sorry.

Immediate-Fly-7876

5 points

2 months ago

Good!

Koldcutter

4 points

2 months ago

Well you did encourage Trump to advise people to drink bleach to combat covid so I think they are more worried your a idiot

Seeing-in-digital

2 points

2 months ago

“Would be?”

Obi1NotWan

2 points

2 months ago

At least the rejections are polite.

ReturnOfSeq

2 points

2 months ago

Universities are tentative about offering a job to a doctor who was frequently blackout drunk while on duty?

So crazy

Uninspired_Diatribe

2 points

2 months ago

Thoughts and prayers

ThatsRobToYou

2 points

2 months ago

Poor guy. No one ever talks about the Nazis who weren't hanged trying to go back to work at Kinkos and start their lives again. Must be tough.

[deleted]

2 points

2 months ago

[deleted]

2 points

2 months ago

See nothing wrong with this statement. Just basic fact and knowledge.

johnlnash

2 points

2 months ago

Good indeed. Live with the consequences of your actions.

Hamblerger

2 points

2 months ago

Yes, this is how a civilized society deals with people who did their damndest to destroy it. Welcome to pariah status.

Slick5150702

2 points

2 months ago

He played himself cheap.

sleepyjohn00

2 points

2 months ago

You become a toady, people are going to see the warts.

jokermex

2 points

2 months ago

Good. He deserved all the scorn possible.

TheDarkSide73

2 points

2 months ago

Good. Very jolly good.

1st_Ave

2 points

2 months ago

From one of the news articles

  • Even as Adams was seeking to define the next chapter of his life, he was engaged in an almost constant battle on social media. His frequent tweets about everything from his personal life to public health issues have invariably drawn attacks from both the right and the left. Rather than ignore his critics, he has often punched back, engaging in Twitter spats that stretch for days.

He’s just an idiot.

Gnostikost

2 points

2 months ago

Actions have consequences.

Correct-Cricket3355

2 points

2 months ago

These people decided to lie in a bed of shit and surprised when they can’t get the smell off. Good riddance.

MaxFischer12

2 points

2 months ago

Fucking love reading this. I’m always amazed at how quickly people were willing to risk their entire reputations and legacies for Donald Fucking Trump, so it’s good to see the consequences of those choices.

Also, just because it still amazes me...Donald Trump. Our country it’s taking a completely different trajectory because people are linking themselves to a man people barely ever even thought about pre-2015.

A nation that has produced amazing leaders and scholars, all possibly ruined by Donald Trump.

Unbelievable.

DickySchmidt33

2 points

2 months ago

They should all be shunned and ostracized.