Oh, the media bashed Trump when he mentioned that hydroxychloroquine was showing promising results in treating the coronavirus. Then a pair of imbeciles decided to drink freaking FISH TANK CLEANER simply because the Bad Orange Man said “chloroquine” and the media absolutely lost its mind over that, blaming the evil Bad Orange Man fo killing the husband, who died due to his stupidity (the shrew of a wife survived and wasted no time in telling the media and anyone else dumb enough to listen to her to “don’t listen to Bad Orange Man! He killed my hubby, reeeeeeee!”).
Oh, but now the FDA has approved this anti-malaria drug for treating COVID-19.
Here’s a Forbes report that says the President “claimed” the FDA “approved” the anti-malaria drug for treating the coronavirus:
(Updated: 2:22 p.m. EST, March 19, 2020) Topline: President Trump said in a Thursday press briefing that chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine, drugs used to treat malaria and severe arthritis, were approved by the Food and Drug Administration to test as a COVID-19 coronavirus treatment, as the number of cases nationwide continues to increase.
That was posted on March 19. And now, as of today, March 30, the FDA did indeed approve the use of chloroquine to treat COVID-19:
Topline: The Food and Drug Administration on Sunday issued an emergency authorization for experimental coronavirus treatments using chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine, anti-malaria drugs touted by President Donald Trump despite inconclusive clinical proof of their effectiveness.
So Trump was right. There’s a story at The Other McCain from yesterday about how the President was right. Leftists can eat shit.
Back to the imbeciles that drank fish cleaner and blamed it on Bad Orange Man. The Washington Free Beacon has a story about how the couple were big donors to the Democrats.
“The Arizona woman who said that she and her 68-year-old husband ingested a substance used to clean fish tanks after hearing President Donald Trump tout chloroquine as a cure for the coronavirus has given thousands of dollars to Democratic groups and candidates over the last two years.
The woman’s most recent donations, in late February, were to a Democratic PAC, the 314 Action Fund, that bills itself as the “pro-science resistance” and has vocally criticized the Trump administration’s response to the coronavirus pandemic and held up her case to slam the White House.”
I should show this to my co-worker, who claimed that the two morons just had to be die-hard Republicans. Turns out that that quite wasn’t the case. I’m too much of a coward to do so, and while I am no longer taking phone calls, she is, so that would be rude anyway. I don’t like talking politics in the workplace, and I really like her anyways, so yeah.
And Ace of Spades (hat tip The Other McCain) thinks the woman poisoned her husband on purpose. I wouldn’t put it past her. The whole thing just screams Snapped or Deadly Women.
But wait! There’s even more in the corona-chan saga. The President has been holding daily briefings on his administration’s efforts to help with the coronavirus relief effort, and several companies have decided to rework their factories to make badly needed medical supplies and PPE such as masks and such. One of those companies is the MyPillow company, whose CEO spoke at that briefing/press conference and, after detailing the fact that his factories were going to make masks, advised people to pray and read the Bible while in quarantine. He’s apparently a former drug addict who got clean, found Christ and later on, the MyPillow company.
My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell spoke at the White House on Monday, explaining to the American people what his company was doing to help during the coronavirus crisis, but he also had some words of spiritual advice for the country.
So, apparently, the media and the hateful atheists on Twitter had such a problem with this. These cunts, first of all, were like, “why is he doing this so publicly?” Well, he wasn’t the only CEO to speak at the press conference, you imbeciles.
America’s industrial might is being marshaled to fight the coronavirus. Ford announced Monday that it is partnering with GE Healthcare to build 50,000 ventilators in Michigan in 100 days. The critical care devices will be built by United Auto Worker (UAW) union members at Ford’s Rawsonville Components Plant in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
No, the real issue is that the CEO, Mike Lindell, suggested that people read the Bible and pray. OH NOES! Atheists all over Twitter (and likely Reddit and in other shitholes on the Internet) were completely triggered and bothered by this open display of Christianity. People on Twitter were wishing death on Christians and claiming that all Christians raped children and stupid shit like that. It made me so angry, but then I stopped myself. The good news is that so many of our businesses are stepping up to make medical supplies and protective gear, making up for whatever loss we might have if China decides to truly fuck us over and not sell us any of that stuff anymore. The good news is that our country can step up and get shit done in the face of adversity, and that’s great. I decided not to let these assholes spoil such good vibes, although I will point this out: while they were bitching and moaning about Christians existing, this Christian, Mike Lindell, was doing far more to actually help people, and that’s all that raelly matters. Those atheist Twitter cunts can stay mad. It’s still legal to be Christian in America, thankfully.
Tom Ciccotta Texas Tech University Professor Richard Wigmans told his colleagues in an email last week that he might “reconsider” his atheism if President Donald Trump died after contracting the Wuhan coronavirus.
And they wonder why they get so much shit for being atheist. So the only way you can possibly believe in some imaginary sky god is if some guy you hate magically dies? Is that it? No, we Christians don’t need you. You can fuck off.
Anyway, that’s today’s update on the corona-chan chronicles. I’m thinking of making this a special category or something. There’s so much to write about this that I might just pull myself out of my writer’s block.