Trump: Inject People With Bleach or Alcohol to Kill Virus

Posted here without comment, other than this: WTF IS HAPPENING???

27 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. davebarnes says:

    If you are a potential Dumpster® voter, please inject yourself with Clorox® Cleanup and MAGA.

  2. Diogenesdemar says:

    “Gasoline,” shithead.  They told you — “Gasoline!” We gotta’ start using more of the goddamn gasoline!  How fucking hard is it to remember, “Gasoline!”??!!?? . . . 

    “It’s a game-changer!”

    “Whadaya’ got to lose?”

  3. Conserv. Head Banger says:

    The sad thing here is that Trump's echo chambers (the evening entertainers on Fox; Limbaugh; Breitbart; etc.) will pick up on this, publicize it, and people with obvious mental disorders who can't think for themselves, will try it.

  4. kwtree says:

    I was really so hoping this was the Onion or some other satire site, but no. And yes, some low info or desperate  folks will try injecting themselves with bleach or lighting up their bodies “from the inside”. 

    And Dr Birx is sitting there, while Trump keeps asking her, “You’re going to investigate that, right?We’re going to check it out?”

    The thought balloon over her head says No you cretin, we’re not going to investigate injecting coronavorus patients with disinfectant. We’re not going to shine really powerful lights on people to kill the virus. Everyone within the sound of your voice is now much more stupid . Please, please don’t try this at home…..

    But she says nothing, because she is a coward who likes her job. 

  5. Ultraviolet light inside the body in "some other way". Sounds like an ultraviolet enema. Little King Donnie first.

  6. itlduso says:

    Or, maybe just inject me with shit.  You’re going to test that, right Dr. Birx?

    Let’s be careful. He must be distracting us from something that’s really, really bad.

  7. Genghis says:

    There's an alt-med huckster out there named Jim Humble. Dude's a former Scientologist who now has his own religion and claims to be a billion-year-old god from the Andromeda galaxy.

    Ol' Jim sells a miraculous bleach product that cures just about anything. You can ingest it, inject it, use is topically or even ram it up the ass of your autistic child to correct behavior flare-ups. People being idiots, Humble is a very wealthy man.

    What's the over/under on how long it will take for financial ties between Jim Humble and the Trumps to surface?

  8. unnamed says:

    To all the Trumpers on here, us "libs" would really hate it if you tried this.  Trying this is the perfect way to "own the libs".

  9. dan axelrod says:

    Finally he says something that I can get on board with. I support this. 

  10. davebarnes says:

    Many people; well, some people; actually, only a few people believe that Fantastic Voyage was a documentary.

    One person has invoked the Defense Production Act to compel GM to make a million copies of the Proteus so they can be placed into citizens' bodies and zap the coronavirus with UV light.

    When asked about it, President Trump said: "Raquel Welch, nice tits".

  11. Gilpin Guy says:

    And this shit gets aired on national TV every night.  The good news is it is having the opposite effect of reassuring Americans that their president is working with a full deck.  The guy just gets in front of the cameras and wings it spewing whatever random thought floats by.  In retrospect, Republicans are going to see these briefings by the president as a really bad idea.  Democrats don't have to spend a dime on negative ads portraying him as a clueless and dangerous nut.

  12. Diogenesdemar says:

    So now, the upshot of all of this is that various manufacturers, including the makers of Lysol, have been frantically issuing press releases advising people not to inject, or otherwise ingest, their products in an attempt to defeat a Covid infection . . .

    . . . they realize the risk they will have after several Bubbas and Bubbettes have died or injured themselves from this — that there are dozens of Strong Arms just salivating at the opportunity to sue the bejeezus outta’ their companies.  No one if going to sue Ttump, however.

    So, do not be surprised when you see some manufacturer of shop lights or flashlights adding a warning to their packaging, “WARNING: Not safe, or intended, for insertion into your mouth, nose, ears, or any assundry naughty bits.”

    Also, don’t be surprised when you start seeing late night commercials, beginning with:  “Did you or a loved one die or injure yourselves from sitting on a Tac-Light? . . .”

  13. Diogenesdemar says:

    And, if you think last night’s clown show was spectacular, just stay tuned for tonight’s broadcast!!!!! . . .

    What with all the maelstrom this yuge stupidity has kicked up, you just know Ttumpty’s got no choice now but to start his doubling-down . . . 

  14. JohnInDenver says:

    "Safer at Home Colorado" tweeted a response to Trump's encouragement of UV light …..

    NSFW …. https://twitter.com/RockyMountViews/status/1253467152629129217

     

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