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No, you aren’t meant to take Trump’s
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Posted By: StormCnter, 4/26/2020 8:25:39 AM

Every time you think Donald Trump has lost his talent for making people’s heads explode, he somehow excels himself. His latest? Telling Americans that injecting disinfectant and shining UV light could cure COVID-19 patients. You’ll have seen the clip already, everybody has, but it is worth watching again: “It gets in the lungs and does a tremendous number on the lungs.”(Snip for tweet) This was a Trumpian masterpiece. I particularly enjoyed the way he turned to Dr Birx for validation, while his mouth trotted out the peculiar ideas. And I find it hilarious, even though I know we are all supposed to be horrified

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Dr. Birx is exactly right. He likes to publicly mull things around. Nothing wrong with that.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: John C 4/26/2020 8:34:03 AM (No. 391952)
As Boston radio (WRKO) host Jeff Kunher would say, we love this man in a non-sexual way. God bless President Trump.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: GreatGreyhounds 4/26/2020 8:45:27 AM (No. 391965)
And if you do take the medical advice seriously, then the rest of us consider it as ‘Thinning the Herd’
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Reply 3 - Posted by: davew 4/26/2020 8:54:33 AM (No. 391972)
Great men in history also have similar quirky traits that their supporters dismissed. Both Lincoln and Churchill had mannerisms that endeared them to some and infuriated their detractors.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: MickTurn 4/26/2020 9:05:04 AM (No. 391986)
In his sly way he was mocking the Lamestream Press and it worked masterfully. Being the hate filled Loons they are it caused them to go berserk, Well Done!
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Reply 5 - Posted by: HotRod 4/26/2020 9:09:38 AM (No. 391988)
The democrats would prefer that President Trump lie, like themselves. Then, it would be more understandable to them. They wouldn't have to use their brains!
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Reply 6 - Posted by: petrichor 4/26/2020 9:18:00 AM (No. 391996)
I believe we're talking about the Darwin effect here, although there actually is some truth to the UV and chemical injection angle it's certainly not a charge Trump should be leading.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: franq 4/26/2020 9:26:50 AM (No. 392007)
Well it drove Babylon Drudge (my name for it now) to distraction.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Maryland_Patriot 4/26/2020 9:27:19 AM (No. 392008)
As Clarice pointed out: Scott Adams, nailed the nonsensical interpretation of these remarks: 1@ScottAdamsSays There's a massive IQ test on the Internet today. If you think the president was asking Dr. Birx about injecting bleach or isopropyl alcohol into coronavirus patients -- because it sounded that way to you -- you failed the test. CNN ran an ad promoting this disingenuous poppycock: and Nancy Pelosi lied claiming that the President had said people should kill the virus by injecting Lysol. In fact, the president’s reference was to Ultraviolet catheter technology. It was recently in the news and Dr Birx was unfamiliar with it. Here’s how it works. As for other means of disinfecting Virus patients besides the ultraviolet healight others are exploring such things as controlled ethanol vapor inhalation. UV catheter tech: AP Press Release https://apnews.com/b44f4531071e6204023f7b8e16f59d4b Vimeo video showing the premise. https://vimeo.com/411630782 On top of that, there is an older tech, that works, but is forbidden by our medical masters: Ultra Violet Blood Irrradiation https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6122858/ Ready to get rid of Fauci and company yet? I sure am.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Philipsonh 4/26/2020 9:32:23 AM (No. 392016)
The real joke is that the two modalities he suggested are ALREADY in use, primarily by practitioners of alternate medicine. Anyone was wasn't a hater could find out this fact by an online search. His medical suggestions were right on point
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Reply 10 - Posted by: wilarrbie 4/26/2020 9:42:04 AM (No. 392027)
Democrats have a particular talent for smooth, well oiled words that make them especially good orators - think how well received every proclamation uttered by silver-tongued Obama, Clinton, Kennedy, ...heck every time a Dem opens their mouth the Media scribes are there to fawn over every syllable and prostrate themselves to relay to the public us how true they are. Trump is brash and flippant, and let's his verbal thought-train go off the rails as he mulls ideas around in his head. We all do that - just mostly silently. He missed the wisdom of my father, who advised "Engage your brain before you put your mouth in gear". But to interpret from what POTUS said that we should go and ingest or inject disinfectants, bleach, aquarium cleaners and UV light - well, that's a thought process failure that infests the inattentive and/or gullible Left. And journalists who know better - they push his musings as official policy because it plays so well and it gets them attention (see Jim Acosta).
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Bohallx 4/26/2020 9:50:48 AM (No. 392039)
Right after that particular press conference most of the network editors went home to a Gin and Tonic, or equivalent thereof. That would be a combination of a DISINFECTANT, called Alcohol, and PLAQUINIL mixed with seltzer water.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Quigley 4/26/2020 10:09:26 AM (No. 392065)
I listened and thought it was one of those sentences- perhaps the only one I’ve ever heard fromTrump- that end in incoherence for whatever reason, maybe half way through the speaker changes his mind about even wanting to complete the sentence. So i heard injecting, but it was wasn’t clear to me that he wanted me to inject cleaning fluid into my body, so i didn’t do it. Normally i do wahtever presidents say, so i got a breathalyzer for my asthma back in ought 8. I also placed a $500,000 bet that there are so 57 states. Fortunately the court ruled that that was not a game of skill and I didn’t have to pay. It is a stupidity test. Of course, we already knew TDS makes them stupid, but its fun to watch them go pavlovian.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Bogasso 4/26/2020 10:37:21 AM (No. 392092)
It was an awkward question, but if the President really told people to inject household cleaners in it, then Obama really told his followers to take guns when they show up at conservative events, and Bill Clinton really wanted to date a 500 year-old corpse.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: montwoodcliff 4/26/2020 10:52:04 AM (No. 392112)
The Lamestream Media hears what it wants to hear. If a Democrat says something, it's Gospel; when a Republican says anything it's parsed to the nth degree. But what was going on here was that Trump was brainstorming, a technique used in companies when they have a difficult problem to solve. The people sit around the conference table and are asked to submit an idea, no matter how crazy it might sound. Throw enough against the wall and something might stick. I have no doubt Trump used that technique in his company and it comes to him naturally. You never know what will be useful. That's what Trump was doing in that press conference and the press blew it out of proportion. Trump did say that maybe his people should look into his ideas, not follow them. That's all it was.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: bpl40 4/26/2020 10:57:10 AM (No. 392122)
Trump is to be taken seriously but not literally. The voters get it. The Fake News Media and the 'Rats unerringly do the opposite - every time. The result has been this unending series of exploding cigars.... Beep beep !!
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Reply 16 - Posted by: red1066 4/26/2020 11:34:01 AM (No. 392159)
The UV light method might not cure those with the Wuhan Flu, but it does destroy viruses and bacteria in the air. Most hospitals have several UV lights around the central sterile and decontamination areas for that reason. I've even been in a few hospitals with UV lights outside of the OR rooms. Those lights aren't there for decoration.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: chillijilli 4/26/2020 11:39:56 AM (No. 392167)
He's the President. Yes, he can mull, brainstorm, think out loud, ruminate, joke, or be sarcastic about whatever he wants. He has the perfect right to do that. The question is: Was the presser about a national emergency/crisis the appropriate venue to do that? I maintain that he was constantly taking the media/Demos' bait by answering hypotheticals. He was giving them EXACTLY what they wanted---so they could play endless out-of-context clips of him appearing unstable. I'm VERY glad that at last he has decided to scrub those briefings. The media will finally get exactly what they DESERVE---NOTHING.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: TnEm 4/26/2020 11:53:25 AM (No. 392187)
I don't even take medical advice from my doctor. She is very sweet but does not seem to keep up with the latest studies. And, the President needs to learn not to think out load.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: bighambone 4/26/2020 12:23:49 PM (No. 392225)
Bottom line, nobody, not even the great Barack Obama knows how to cure the COVID-19 virus. The truth is that it may take many years for medical researchers and scientists to come up with an effective vaccine for that virus. So the watchword will have to be stay calm and carry on. Other strains of virus, generically known as the flu, make their presence known every autumn and medical science has only developed hit or miss vaccines for the flu to this day, only being effective, in percentages, to deter certain strains of flu that those scientists think may show up during any given yearly flu season. More Obama Monday morning quarterbacking! One thing is for sure if Biden is elected and the leftist and liberal Democrats control the Congress, the overriding political recipe for healing America after the COVID-19 virus pandemic recedes will be to tax the crap out of the country that is bound to also cause the economy to permanently decline back to the Obama era level or worse. Since Biden has usually always been wrong when it comes to foreign affairs, you can look for China and the corrupt globalists with DC UniParty support to then profit greatly from the Wuhan virus pandemic. Biden might even send his highly qualified son Hunter to China as the US Ambassador to help China make more inroads into the USA, while wiping out Trump’s Make America Great Again political agenda that Biden and the leftist and liberal Democrats will claim was racist and xenophobic against China and foreign Muslims.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: FormerDem 4/26/2020 12:40:47 PM (No. 392245)
I do listen to his medical insights, I do NOT think they are dopey. I understand that he is a very well informed, very smart person chatting. Sometimes it's brilliant, sometimes it's a fail, but it is never dopey and it never merits disregard. About the disinfectants, well, everybody is using antibacterial oils in diffusers, and people do eat ajwain seeds that have euthymol which EPA recommends against COVID, so what is the big deal. If what he said was so terrible, the press wouldn't have had to caricature it to get attention (inject Clorox! drink Lysol!) They had to rewrite his words to make them sound dumb. I don't ignore anything he says and I am not going to. I know muy smart when I see it. Not going to disregard any of it.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: FormerDem 4/26/2020 12:57:00 PM (No. 392264)
and apologies for 2nd post, but when you eat or inhale those antibacterial essential oils the vapor does fan out all through the head and lungs. Ajwain seeds are edible and they are full of euthymol which is active against COVID per EPA list of useful disinfectant cleaners, and they are edible, and the oil does fan out all over and it is healing. And maybe there is a way to make that effect go to more places than the head and lungs. Or maybe not, but it is a reasonable question.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: EmilioCavaradosi 4/26/2020 1:01:15 PM (No. 392271)
People have been ingesting the disinfectant ethanol (grain alcohol) for millenia, but most (outside of Iran) know better than to ingest the related disinfectant methanol(wood alcohol)! Trump was essentially correct, but awkward in the way he expressed a valid idea.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: David Key 4/26/2020 1:05:00 PM (No. 392276)
This is pure BS. First off he never said to ingest or inject disinfectants. He said if you can kill a germ with a disinfectant why can't they come up with something like it to use on patients. Second they're right Trump runs things thru his mind and sometimes they come out in speech as a "hey what about this" moment. Some people verbalize, some people internalize. Trump's a verbalizer.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Chuzzles 4/26/2020 1:07:13 PM (No. 392277)
I would think that the UV light technology is an interesting and non harmful way to go after the virus once it has settled in the lungs. The way the Left is reacting, that tells me that there is something to it. As to the clorox injections, Geez Lefties, lighten up.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Chuzzles 4/26/2020 1:09:23 PM (No. 392281)
Something else Trump certainly exposed was how many disinfectants and preservatives are in vaccines that we regularly administer to our babies and children. Like formaldehyde and a form of mercury. So let the media and medical folks dispute that for awhile.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: EQKimball 4/26/2020 1:54:15 PM (No. 392313)
Brit Hume has observed that shutting down the ehe economy in hindsight may have been a colossal mistake. Drive around town and see a disaster in the making. Clothing stores stocked chock full with spring fashions have not taken in the revenue to purchase goods for the next season, whenever that might be. Ditto for new car lots with acres of 202O model year vehicles. The are endless gas stations with cheap gas and no lines, because relatively few people are driving. Construction and lumber supplies may be open, but there is little building taking place. Dentists and barbers have not seen a patient of customer for at least six weeks. As you drive, notice the number of people without masks walking in twos, threes and fours. Americans need to get back to work. In Los Angeles county, there is one COVID death for every 16,000 people sitting at home, 39% of those deaths being people who are now or were recently in a nursing home. If the state remains shut down, a relatively few more people may live, but the economy will be dead. In a democracy, people have a right to petition and assemble. The recent protests will grow to a crescendo. The people are speaking. Those governors who abuse their power will lose it in the next election. What is worse than dying of COVID? Dying of something else after we have first killed America.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: or gate 4/26/2020 2:21:16 PM (No. 392330)
President Trump is not their whipping boy like Bush was.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: Maryland_Patriot 4/26/2020 8:59:12 PM (No. 392601)
The video in #8 describing Healight was removed from Vimeo and Youtube (for violating "community guidelines"). Our overlords aren't happy that the truth is getting out. This is the company's web site, with the video.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Maryland_Patriot 4/26/2020 9:00:03 PM (No. 392602)
Healight link https://aytubio.com/healight/
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Reply 30 - Posted by: ColonialAmerican1623 4/27/2020 12:33:02 AM (No. 392704)
We have amazingly stupid people if they injected disinfectant. I see this man exhausted and beaten down every day. But, I think what really happened is he screwed up an article in a Jewish publication that I read too.
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In a livestreamed update on the Golden State’s response to COVID-19 this afternoon, California Governor Gavin Newsom threw down the gauntlet to sun-worshippers in his state, who he was disappointed appeared to be enjoying life over the weekend. That’s something that just can’t stand, man! Newsom began his speech with a smile, by thanking “the 40 million” Californians who “over the course of the last number of weeks have not only bent the curve….but stabilized it.” But the governor’s smile only lasted about 24 seconds, when he said this:
Disgraceful! Hack Reporter Asks President Trump
if the Man Who Lost 50,000 American Lives
Should be Re-elected?
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Posted by RUReadyY3K 4/28/2020 8:43:52 AM Post Reply

On Monday during his daily coronavirus press conference his final question was from a liberal hack who asked him if the man who lost 50,000 Americans should be re-elected. What a disgrace. The reporter is Olivia Nuzzi from New York Magazine. President Trump masterly responded that the “experts” originally estimated over 2 million deaths so he saved lives. This is going to be the new liberal media line.

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