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2020-04-24 21:46:58.513075+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

It should, at this point, be obvious to everyone that the "Commander In Chief" is a senile dotard surrounded by enabling idiots, but the various news networks keep airing his "press conferences", and yesterday's was a doozy. There are already attempts to walk it back as satire or sarcasm, but you can See the full video and transcript of Trump suggesting disinfectant might be injected as a coronavirus cure.

"So I asked Bill a question some of you are thinking of if you're into that world, which I find to be pretty interesting. So, supposing we hit the body with a tremendous, whether its ultraviolet or just very powerful light, and I think you said, that hasn't been checked but you're gonna test it. And then I said, supposing it brought the light inside the body, which you can either do either through the skin or some other way, and I think you said you're gonna test that too, sounds interesting. And I then I see the disinfectant, where it knocks it out in one minute, and is there a way you can do something like that by injection inside, or almost a cleaning. Because you see it gets in the lungs, and it does a tremendous number on the lungs. So it'd be interesting to check that. So you're going to have to use medical doctors, but it sounds interesting to me, so we'll see. But the whole concept of the light, the way it goes in one minute, that's pretty powerful."

Obviously, America, please don’t put bleach inside yourself like the president says:

... I know it seems counterintuitive, but given the choice to listen to a plastic bottle or the president of the United States, I beg you: Listen to the plastic bottle.

Now I, of course, recognized this immediately because I'd heard about the FDA warnings Danger: Don’t Drink Miracle Mineral Solution or Similar Products

The FDA warns you not to drink sodium chlorite products such as Miracle Mineral Solution. These products can make you sick.

Because I'd run across the shysters preying on members of the parents of autistics communities, and figured that he'd just run across ads preying on the vulnerable on Breitbart. But no, apparently it's even more targeted than that: Revealed: leader of group peddling bleach as coronavirus 'cure' wrote to Trump this week

Mark Grenon wrote to Trump saying chlorine dioxide ‘can rid the body of Covid-19’ days before the president promoted disinfectant as treatment

Bonus, laughing because the alternative is crying: Sarah Cooper on Twitter shows us how to medical.

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#Comment Re: Bleachgate made: 2020-04-25 16:35:58.684072+00 by: Dan Lyke

Federal Judge Halts Sale of Industrial Bleach as COVID-19 Cure From South Florida Church

According to an application for a preliminary injunction, MMS is comprised of sodium chlorite, table salt and other trace minerals. A separate "activator" is sold which the Justice Department says is hydrochloric acid. When mixed together, the activator converts the MMS solution into chlorine dioxide, an industrial bleach.

#Comment Re: Bleachgate made: 2020-04-26 16:49:17.407546+00 by: TheSHAD0W [edit history]

I'm sure you've heard of the "4D Chess" meme; that the "god emperor" is so many moves ahead of his opposition there's no way to beat him. "All hail Trump! Make America great again!"

I'm not a huge fan of Trump. There are however, IMO, indications that the bumbling, somewhat demented character he plays for the media is a distraction from his actual self, and that he and his team are not only knowledgeable but plan things in advance to continuously tweak his enemies.

Here's a recent example: https://truepundit.com/reporte...orking-for-china-faces-16k-fine/ The journalist, Ching-Yi Chang, responded to Trump that he was from Taiwan, when in fact he works for a CCP-run broadcaster. He reportedly faces a $16,000 fine for misrepresenting his employer.

Thing is, Trump specifically asked Chang, "where are you from?" Chang gave an answer that was technically correct, so really shouldn't be fined. Trump didn't ask, "who are you with?" - which is what I'd expect. This is seemingly asking an ambiguous question, deliberately fishing for an answer that could be inflamed in the media.

You might think this was just accidental, but this happens a *lot*. Many times his enemies downplay the effect or don't even hear about it, but it continually feeds the zeitgeist behind his fanbase.

Chlorine oxide and UV light inside the body are both experimental therapies for viral infections, experiments being run by real doctors. Both of these are being noted by alternative media. Mainstream media mostly ignores it, instead painting it as "bleach" or "Lysol", then raising an even bigger stink when some idiot who's a Trump supporter but also listens to the MSM takes their rants literally, or quacks try to implement those experimental therapies themselves. Trump's fans don't care about those dumbasses.

So Trump was ranting and raving, talking nonsense that somehow has some vague basis in fact. Was he just incredibly lucky? Or does he have a team following all the latest news and experimentation about the virus, who picked out some of the more outlandish possibilities and fed them to Trump's writers, who framed them in such a way the media would jump on it? Seems like a stretch, but like I said, this happens a *lot*.

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