POTUS has been hyping Dr. T’s miraculous elixir. That is no surprise. His grandfather left Germany for America to skip out on his military obligations. Frederick Trump ended up with a hotel providing the gold miners the comfort of women and food. Fortunately, House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff (D-CA) dropped a truth bomb on the president..
The California representative pointed to Donald Trump’s suggestion of a miracle cure for the coronavirus. Schiff noted that the president’s own coronavirus panel recommended against it, as well they should. The drug was no panacea. People have died from it.
Schiff included a tweet by CNN’s Jake Tapper that said even Trump’s own people said no to hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin. Then, the committee chair placed the blame right on the president saying that the president had been “hyping as a cure” this drug.
The Democratic representative said the country would “need to be guided by science, not hucksters or hype.” Then, he also pointed out that Trump had no strategy:
‘Coronavirus Panel Recommends Against Use Of Hydroxychloroquine And Azithromycin: Coronavirus Live Updates : NPR’
‘Early results are in for the drug Trump has been hyping as a cure, and unfortunately, it’s not good. We need to be guided by science, not hucksters or hype. Irresponsibly promoting unproven treatments is not a strategy for dealing with a pandemic. Only the absence of strategy.’
Twitter world lit up when Schiff called Trump out for poor prescription promotion:
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