For some reason, Trump’s supporters are still trying to defend him on the disinfectant injections. Why? I don’t know. I eviscerated one of the attempts yesterday. However, there are plenty more out there. Thus, I have decided to bring the proof. President Trump was talking about bleach, and other disinfectants. Moreover, he was suggesting they be used inside the human body. Here’s the proof.
I offer the entire press conference in the video above. Get as much context as you need. However, for those not wanting to sift through it, here’s the timeline. Start at 25:25 into the video. Mr. Bryant from DHS says the following.
We’re also testing disinfectants readily available. We’ve tested bleach, we’ve tested isopropyl alcohol on the virus specifically in saliva.
He goes on to give the viral kill time for each. 5 minutes for bleach, 30 seconds for alchohol. These are the only 2 disinfectants he names. Furthermore, his comments end at 26:25, exactly 1 minute later, when President Trump takes the mic. He says the following.
Now we’ll have a question that some of you are probably thinking of if you’re totally into that world, which I find to be very interesting.President Trump
He then asks 2 questions about using light on or in the body. Then, at 26:58 comes the money clip.
Then I see the disinfectant, where it knocks it out in a minute. One minute. And is there a way we can do something like that? By injection inside, or almost a cleaning. As you see it gets inside the lungs and it does a tremendous number on the lungs. So it would be interesting to check. So then you’re going to have to use medical doctors, but it sounds interesting to me.President Trump
This is proof President Trump was talking about bleach and other disinfectants injected into the lungs.
However, even this might not be enough for some of you. However, President Trump tried to walk this back the next day. He said the following.
No no no! To look into whether or not sun, and disinfectant on the hands, but whetheror not sun could help us.President Trump
There you have it. He wasn’t talking about internal medicine. No ozone therapy. None of the cockamamie scenarios concocted by desperate supporters trying to excuse his ignorance. He was talking about disinfectants.
It’s important to document the lies in this revised explanation.
- Nowhere did he mention the hands in his original comments. He mentioned the lungs.
- He was not asking the question to reporters. It was asked of a doctor and his DHS representative.
- He immediately contradicts his false claim about asking it of reporters, and says he was asking Bill, the DHS contact. This is true.
- He immediately then reverses his admission, and once again falsely claims he was asking a reporter.
- The reporter corrects him, pointing out he wasn’t asking reporters, and asking if he was being sarcastic with his advisers. He says “no”.
- Thus, he is also lying when he claims he was using sarcasm.
Stop lying for the President.
This behavior of lying for the President has been going on for over 4 years now. However, this is the most exaggerated version of it to date. This proves the lengths to which his supporters will go. Moreover, it proves the depths of self-deprecating humiliation they are willing to ensure.
Just stop it. We know what he said. Furthermore, Biden said that “poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids”. Do you know why? Because he says dumb stuff. Moreover, his supporters don’t feel the need to lie about it. No respiratory therapist tells me that lungs are white, so he meant lungs. He was talking about asthmatic kids. Just stop it. We’re not that stupid. President Trump was talking about bleach. That’s a fact. We know it. You can’t make us forget it.
One way or the other, we’re going to have a President who says dumb stuff next year. Perhaps President Obama spoiled us with his rhythmic cadence and complete sentences. Maybe that’s why Trump is so popular with his base. Obama made us feel dumb. Trump makes us look like geniuses. Hence, tossing Biden into the mix guarantees us 4 more years of “at least I’m smarter than that guy”. I’m not sure it’s the best way to pick a President, but it does have its perks.