The trial balloon that Donald Trump floated on Monday, that he was taking hydroxychloroquine, with the permission of his White House physician, turned into a lead zeppelin and bombed, and it’s only Wednesday. Now Trump has announced that he will finish up taking hydroxychlorooquine in two days. Naturally, this statement gives credence to the theory that many people had to begin with, that he was lying through his teeth the entire time, just getting another distraction out there into the news cycle, so that the fact that over 90,000 Americans are dead and testing is so pathetically far behind is not focused on. Anything but that, because for that, he has no answer.

This last tweeter might be on to something. Let’s see what Trump comes up with to distract us on Friday. That’s all this is, is a game show, and our nation’s capital is the set.

 

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31 Comments on "Trump Now Says He’s Stopping Hydroxychloroquine, Giving Credence To Theory It Was All A Lie Anyhow"

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Lone Wolf
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When he says hydroxychloroquine, it is really his ‘covfefe’ meaning hydrocodone.
The lying liar is a probable drug addict and the liar, is as always…lying.

Tin woman1
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Yes, he was lying. He will continue lying, distracting.

p j evans
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Even if he were taking it – which I doubt – 10 days to 2 weeks is as long as they’d let him use it for this.

Joseph
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To follow up on Ursula’s response, a PREVENTATIVE is only effective as long as it’s being used. According to WebMD, when it’s being used for preventing malaria (its primary intended use), you take it for 1 to 2 weeks before traveling to malarial areas and weekly while in the area and, finally, 4 to 8 weeks after leaving the area (oh–it’s also intended to be taken once per week, not daily). As a treatment for lupus or rheumatoid arthritis, it’s taken once or twice daily for as long as your doctor directs (and it’s usually stopped *only* if it no… Read more »
chris whitley
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None of his doctors admit to giving it to him. The way he lies he could just as well be lying about this to. Remember he has a lot of coverups to attend to.

Daithi
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I looked up the side effects of hydroxychloroquie and found out that: “Oisin
“The drugs also cause a wide spectrum of neuropsychiatric manifestations, including agitation, insomnia, confusion, mania, hallucinations, paranoia, depression”
Oh it all sounds soooo familiar (and it also causes hair loss)

Inkdreamer
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Mental health professionals are very familiar with the possible psychiatric side effects of this drug. In evaluating psychosis, the first step is to screen for physiologic causes including medications such as hydroxychloroquine.

Daithi
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Ahh but the question is – wasn’t he like that before he claimed to be taking it?

Bareshark
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It’s a bit like Dorothy Parker when she heard the news that Calvin Coolidge died. Her response: “How can they tell?”

chris whitley
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Yeah one of my pills says that and it works.

Kay
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His lie-shit only sticks to the wall a short time and then he hocks up a different batch to distract.

Robert Burnett
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It’s amazing how this guy can lie so easy, without thinking twice. He’s on something and it’s called stupidity. Given to him by his idiot followers.

Bareshark
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The senility is making it worse to the point where he’s having an even harder time keeping track of the lies. And he was already struggling with the latter.

Carroll Ann Robinson
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Okay, enough of this. A Z pack? One dose? And supposedly two weeks of hydroxychloroquine? The hydroxy- acts when given for malaria to help prevent, stay with me here, what is called plasmacytoid dendritic cells from going nuts as part of the body’s immune response. Ditto in the case of lupus, which is differently of course an auto-immune disease. But the common factor is the “hope” that the drug acts to put the brakes on the immune response, outsizedly massive, of the coronavirus. Which response perhaps you may recall in news stories from the front lines as being called the… Read more »
Bareshark
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I’ve been numb to the craziness for quite some time. The human nervous system has a limit on how fresh shocks it can take, for one. For another, he FEEDS off the outrage just as much as he does the adulation. Thus I refuse to give him either. I’ve found that it lets me see him much more clearly as a result.

Remember that getting these kind of emotional responses is how any abuser keeps you in their thrall. Deny them their fuel, you deny them their power. Remember that as we wait for November.

Carroll Ann Robinson
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Oh, and BTW, Ursula, this was so well done–the tweets told the story and you let them. We’re being subjected to craziness every damned day and it is a good thing there are folks like those you presented here who are using the power of tweets to make their points known.

Bareshark
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“Meh, who cares?” is my thought on this. The safe bet is that he’s lying all along AND that he just encouraged a few thousand more voters to imitate him, which will net predictable if tragic results. He should have let it go once the study proved it didn’t work…which tells me the senility is getting worse.

michaelscott
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Friday is Fire-somebody-day…

Bareshark
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Or appoint somebody day.

lauran
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We know whenever tRUMP opens his mouth there is close to a 100% chance it’s a lie. Everybody know this, right? And I do give credence to Sun Tzu’s maxim: “If your opponent is of choleric temper, seek to irritate him. Pretend to be weak, that he may grow arrogant.” But it seems to me that it’s time in the campaign to start concentrating more on what the Democratic position is and our vision of the future. After all, our Republican friends at The Lincoln Project are already irritating the crap out of him! I’d prefer to see PolitiZoom concentrate… Read more »
tract
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nh