The Best People, Cont.


In case you were missing the antics of Prznint Stupid’s second stupidest lawyer Wrong Again Rudy, well let’s catch-up!

OK, so while you and I were sheltering-in-place, Wrong-Again Rudy didn’t know what Social Distancing is. So why is this such a big deal, you ask? Because, as The WaPo tells us, Rudy is yet another voice in Lord Damp Nut’s empty melon, filling it with enthusiastic news of hydroxychloroquine:

In one-on-one phone calls with Trump, Giuliani said, he has been touting the use of an anti-malarial drug combination that has shown some early promise in treating covid-19, the disease the novel coronavirus causes, but whose effectiveness has not yet been proved. He said he now spends his days on the phone with doctors, coronavirus patients and hospital executives promoting the treatment, which Trump has also publicly lauded. “I discussed it with the president after he talked about it,” Giuliani said in an interview. “I told him what I had on the drugs.” Giuliani’s advice to Trump echoes comments the former New York mayor has made on his popular Twitter feed and a podcast that he records in a radio studio installed at his New York City apartment, where he has repeatedly pushed the drug combination, as well as a stem cell therapy that involves the extraction of what Giuliani termed “placenta ‘killer cells.’”

So, you see, he’s as good a doctor as he is a lawyer. And Lord Damp Nut is listening to him.  Also, Trump has been lobbied to promote hydroxychloroquine by a pharmaceutical industry-funded group founded by one of his fav. donors.

We’re totally eff’ed in the dark.

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8 Responses to The Best People, Cont.

  1. Karla says:

    I hate them all so much.


  2. YellowDog says:

    Rudy calls himself a “science” advisor for Stupid. Get in line, Rudy. Kushner, Kudlow, Navarro, Dr. Oz, and Epstein are already working that fraud. (Shit! We are really fucked.) Perhaps you could go back to being the propaganda minister, spouting the conspiracy theory du jour.

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  3. Pyed says:

    “He said he now spends his days on the phone with doctors, coronavirus patients and hospital executives promoting the treatment….”

    Bad enough we’ve got a pandemic which under the best of conditions would take all our medical professional’s concentration, but we’ve got a pandemic with a compromised medical response, thanks to Lord Damp Nut. On top of that, must we allow a cuckoo-screwy celebrity fright mask
    to wasting the time of the already overworked medics touting the supposed efficacy of a medical treatment whose understanding is far, far beyond the grasp of a batty barrister like Guliani?.

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  4. roket says:

    Stem cell therapy? Oh my. What will the Christianists think?

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  5. Stony Pillow says:

    You’d think after 4 years of Scumbag Don, we’d know his playbook. If you get CNN to argue about malaria drugs, they’re not talking about his record.

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  6. donnah says:

    This drug hydroxychloroquine might turn out to be a good thing. But a thorough and legitimate testing protocol has to be established before it gets prescribed. If it is a legitimate treatment component, it shouldn’t be promoted by Trump or Giuliani or any non-medical people. There will need to be more than adequate supplies and a fair system of distribution so everyone can have access to it, not just the rich.

    If and when teams of scientists and physicians approve it, then we can use it to help everyone. But according to what I’ve read about hydroxychloroquine, there are serious side effects and reactions. It will take time to determine whether it works or not, and we need the president and his cronies should shut up and quit creating false hope and possible panic-buying.

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