They’re all there, just sitting around, not as many as I’d like—and believe me, soon what we have will be much, much more—but if we could just take a few of these—not the big ones, but some of the smaller ones, I call them the strategic ones, maybe some of the ones that are old, they’re maybe not as strong as they used to be, probably the upkeep wasn’t so good under my predecessor, but—and I’m not a doctor—but what if we could put them to a very beautiful and very strategic use?
I once mentioned that maybe it does go away with heat and light. And people didn’t like that statement very much. The—the fake news didn’t like it at all. And I just threw it out as a suggestion, but it seems like that’s the case, because when it’s on a surface that would last for a long time, when that surface is outside, it goes away very quickly. It dies very quickly with the sun. And that’s good to know. Because I want us to reopen, and to get America back to business, but I want to do it in a smart way. And here we take what we already have in terms of heat and light—you take one of these strategic ones, and make it go off in a hospital, maybe it’s not in the lobby, I want to do it in a smart way, maybe just in the basement or off to one side. And I’m saying hospital, but this could be much bigger, maybe even in some of the cities this could help. These cities, some of them, are in big trouble—you see the beauty that is being taken out of our cities, towns and parks, with our great American people being forced inside. So maybe now, in the streets—all these empty streets, you can go a little bigger there, you take one of these big beautiful devices and you just use it as a way of taking care of it all at once. It doesn’t have to be a strategic one, we might be talking about something much, much bigger. That’s something we can look into, and maybe it works and maybe it doesn’t. But also, we have technologies, they can be detonated up there in the sky, may you get one or two big ones, you shoot them right at each other, and they produce this big beautiful cloud, it’s just like a big can, a great, great can of disinfectant—that’s the kind of can the liberals are saying we can’t use for hairspray anymore, even though it worked so well—and it’s spraying down from the sky, and suddenly everywhere the virus was, it’s a surface where there’s no more virus. Imagine a can like that, imagine it’s a can of hairspray as big as the sky, and it disinfects everything. And this is something you could do very easily in one or two cities, but I think could do it everywhere, because things are going very well with our military. We’ve spent $2.5 trillion since I’ve been President, and rebuilt our military. When I came in, we were low on ammunition and, as you know, we had jets that didn’t work too well. We had a lot of—a lot of old planes, and we have now, beautiful new planes, or certainly we have a lot of them coming, but we have a lot of them right now in stock, and with the arsenal, when we’re talking about these devices themselves, we have so many, and many, many more on the way, we could send them up into each other up in the air all over and that is an advantage that very, very few countries have.
What a moment. And we could have some sort of, we could make it a day to celebrate our great first responders and our great country, have everyone come out on the streets, looking up at such a beautiful sight that is coming down at them. This whole concept of the light, the way it kills it in one minute, that’s pretty powerful. I’m not a doctor, but it’s a powerful idea. And we’d come together as one nation with this very special salute to America, our history, our people, and the heroes who proudly defend our flag—the brave men and women of the United States Military. And even Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who wasn’t really a doctor either—and this is something the fake news media never mentions, I say at all of these things, I’m not a doctor, but did he ever say it?—but he wanted to make freedom ring for everyone, and this is what he meant, a day like this for everyone, and a parade like they have in France or China but much, much bigger.
The military, they could be out there helping everyone out of their homes, and you’d have tanks and uniforms and every street lined with people and our wonderful troops and our police and national guard. Our wonderful military and first responders making sure that the sick people were out there for it, out on the streets, and they’d be helping, helping everyone out of their homes. So—so now they open, they open their mouths and their eyes, and they take in the light from what’s happening above them. I think it’s a great thing to look at, something beautiful like that. The mouth and eyes, they might not be enough, not necessarily for everyone, some people have big ones and some are a little smaller. And with testing and with not all of the states and local governments having the testing where it needs to be, what you want is for everyone to get the treatment, everyone in the country all at once, then seal off our beautiful clean country when all the virus is gone, shut it down totally, a total, total shutdown—the borders and the wall and the airports and everything—for as long as you need to. That’s what I was trying to do with China and Mexico, and you had the Democrats screaming about it, but now they know. And so what we want is maximum exposure to the light and heat that is so wonderful and clean.
We might say to people to take off what they have on, and stand there just without anything on at all when they been launched and they’re all about to hit each other up in the sky, and then you take a knife or you take a shears or some sort of ax, and you could use that to open things up, or the wonderful heroes of our military could help, they could open up a space in a body, in the body of each American, and let the light in. Just like that, the light comes in. Maybe it happens like that. We let them know how to open these big beautiful holes into themselves and others where the light could come in to all the great American people all at once, all of them on the street with a big spectacular parade going by, the biggest crowd anyone has ever had, all across the nation, every street packed and standing room only, and yet it won’t matter how deep the crowd, how many there are, our wonderful crowd with its record-breaking turnout all across the nation will be able to see all the way to the street and our tremendous men and women in uniform, they’ll see it all, if you get them lined up the right way, if they just peek around or look through things the right way, they can see right through the new openings in the bodies of everyone in front of them, and it’s a parade, and who doesn’t love that? And what comes next, this will be truly spectacular, all at once there’s a noise, a flash, you’ll see our wonderful citizens look up overhead at the work of our American military heroes flying by, all that light and beauty pouring down onto them and all the other bodies below, into the holes they’ve opened up, that have been opened up, inside themselves and everyone else, a crowd the likes of which this world has never witnessed, a whole nation standing out in a storm of cleansing light, so that not even the fake news media will be able to say it’s not true, that it wasn’t the biggest event that ever happened, and it is true: everything that was inside is outside now, it’s on the surface, the streets are just running with it, with everything inside us. And where does it go? It goes—maybe down a gutter, maybe somewhere else—to disappear. One day, like a miracle, it disappears.
And we’re open for business.