Donald Trump is bound and determined to sell you his brand of snake oil, no matter what. He’s made that crystal clear. Tuesday morning he prattled on, looking and sounding impaired for the second day in a row, about the wonders of hydroxychloroquine and how any attempt to discount those wonders is merely enemy action directed against He, the Almighty Trump, the Great I Am. Trump’s ego is going to get people killed and that’s a fact.

“A lot of front line workers won’t go there unless they have the hydroxy,” Trump tells us. Maybe Starbucks will start serving it as a shot that you can put in your coffee, who knows?

Look and listen carefully to him today, and also to him yesterday, when he spoke before farm workers. He’s clearly more fuzzy than usual and has reverted to slurring his words. Remember “oranges” in lieu of “origins?” Now we’ve got “vegebles” instead of “vegetables.” Well, three syllables may be his limit, who knows? He did shorten the name of his magic elixir to “hydroxy” so that may be it.

He’s not at his best in the two clips above, and then Tuesday, more of the same. He started talking about “Kelsey” Gabbard and how although he doesn’t “know her at all” he knows “she’s not a Russian agent.” Well, that’s plausible. He has other ways of finding out who is or is not a Russian agent, right from the source, without asking the politician herself.

And then there’s this stellar clip, wherein Trump says that Nancy Pelosi “is a sick woman, she’s got a lot of mental problems” and admonishes her and the “dirty cops at the top of the FBI” to “get their act together for the good of the country.” Terrific leadership displayed here. You can get the same from a six-year-old playing fort in the backyard and talking down the other kids next door, who aren’t allowed to come over and play.

Another interesting and unique afternoon commentary from Donald Trump, who now returns to the Whtie House to watch cable news and enjoy a nice hydroxy on the rocks-ee. This is our government circa 2020, folks. But I do believe one statement Trump made: he said there would be a “transition to greatness” in the fall. The nano second this bum is voted out is the day we start to become great again, no question.

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10 Comments on "‘That Was A Trump Enemy Statement’ Trump Brays About Testing Which Concluded Hydroxychloroquine Was Ineffective"

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Tin woman1

I agree wholeheartedly.

Scott Jackson

As a veteran, I am advising the president to triple his dose. Maybe we can save the enlisted men after all.

Cherl Harrell

He was right about one thing, what he has done to the presidency and the nation can never be allowed to happen again. He is just projection city.


While I can and do believe he’s on something, I doubt it’s the “hydroxy” his simple brain can’t quite say. Still, as, I think it was, George Conway put it, with the noted side effects of paranoia, insomnia and hallucinations are indemic to his drug of choice, how could we tell if he WAS on it?

Lil Blue Sock

“Tulsi Gabbard is not a Russian agent…….I know because I am one and she’s never at the meetings”……. -Trump-O the Assclown

I wonder if he knows she endorsed Joe Biden???



Trump makes money off of hydroxychloroquine.
And he knows that his idiot cult members will buy craploads of it if they think he’s taking it.
Trump family trusts all have investments in a mutual fund whose largest holding is Sanofi, the manufacturer of Plaquenil, the brand-name version of hydroxychloroquine. Associates of the president, including Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, have also run funds that hold investments in the pharmaceutical firm.


I’m confused about something and I haven’t seen it in any of the stories talking about Trump’s claim to be taking hydroxychloroquine. I know they tested it as a TREATMENT for very sick COVID-19 patients. But I have never read anything suggesting that it was ever thought to have any preventative powers. Did I miss something?