And suddenly nobody knows how prescriptions work

Saturday, President Trump tweeted about the promising results in treating Wuhan virus using Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin.  And instantly, moderately sentient human beings appeared ignorant on how prescriptions work.

Like this take from that idiot Ted Lieu:

“No one should take these drugs together without consulting a doctor?!”

You don’t say!

Who knew taking prescriptions requires a doctor?

I mean, I’m gob smacked.  I had no idea prescriptions had to be prescribed. Thanks Ted!

Does Dummy Lieu think President Trump is going to hand them out like Halloween candy?

How does this oaf make it through a day without a piano dropping on his head?

Then there was this genius take from MSN:

“Just 2 grams.” Two grams is two thousand milligrams.

Who the hell is taking two thousand milligrams of any medication?!

I saw that tweet Friday and flipped my lid — breaking my personal commitment to avoid cursing on Twitter.

What medications aren’t lethal at two thousand milligrams for Pete’s sake?

Honestly, does Trump Derangement Syndrome eat away the part of the brain that comprehends simple things like how prescriptions work?

“Gosh, Mabel.  I got these prescriptions from the doctor today and I have no idea how many to take.  So I’ll just take them all at once,” said nobody with half a brain.

Listen, I, like millions of other Americans who suffer from Lupus or Rheumatoid Arthritis, have a prescription for Hydroxychloroquine.  I take 400 mg a day (2 tablets), and have done so since March of 2016.

I would no sooner pop ten tablets at once than I would drink a bottle of bleach.

Breaking: Prescriptions can save lives.  But used incorrectly, they can kill you.

That’s some newsy stuff right there.

It’s amazing how willing these people are to play stupid just to attack President Trump.

Patients with Wuhan virus who would theoretically be treated with Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin are those currently hospitalized.  In other words, they are under 24/7 medical care.  So what are the odds they’d be taking these prescriptions without consulting a doctor? What are the odds they’d open up the bottles and chug down the entire contents?

The President is informing the public about the success at treating Wuhan with these two drugs. He isn’t hawking some quack treatment for crying out loud.

But you know the joke: if President Trump found a cure for cancer, the media and the ResistanceLOL would come down on the side of cancer.

Turns out that joke is way closer to reality than we realized.

Fact is, these guys don’t want Americans reassured.  Because reassured Americans are less likely to buy in to their histrionics, their anti-Trump rhetoric, and their portends of doom.

If a successful treatment for Wuhan Virus is found, Americans will be able to get out of their damn houses, get back to work, and our economy will rebound.

And that is something the media and the ResistanceLOL just do not want.

They’ve been hoping for an economic disaster for three years now.  And finally, thanks to the ChiComs unleashing this pandemic on the world, they got what they wished for.  The last thing they want is for this crisis to be averted and life to return to normal before November’s election.

So they’re lifting their legs and crapping on any good news – even if that means pretending like they don’t know how prescriptions work.

I always tell you the Left pushes too hard and too far.  They just can’t help themselves.

They’re fit to be tied because, despite their best efforts to attack and undermine the Administration’s tireless work, Americans aren’t buying what they’re selling.

That’s why they’re pissed.  That’s why they’re going off the deep end and crapping all over promising news.

And that’s exactly why the exact same people who spent months complaining about the lack of daily Press Briefings are now demanding news channels stop airing the President’s daily press briefings.

“Dangerous” and “destructive.”

Yeah.  Whereas parroting the propaganda spewed by the ChiComs is healthy and helpful.

Honestly, I really despise these people.

They want to undermine the efforts of the President and his team.

They want us scared, paranoid and hopeless.

They want our economy to crater.

And they will do anything and say anything to make sure it happens.

It’s as if, dare I say it, they really are the enemy of the American people.

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7 thoughts on “And suddenly nobody knows how prescriptions work

  • March 22, 2020 at 10:22 am
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    “It’s as if, dare I say it, they really are the enemy of the American people.”
    Of course they are, and those of us who recognized it years ago have been called racist, white supremacists, fly-over rubes, gap-toothed clingers, red-neck hillbillies, right-wing militias, fascists, etc.

  • March 22, 2020 at 10:32 am
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    I take two grams of a med per day. Metformin. But, I get your point. Ted Lieu just wants to make trouble.

  • March 22, 2020 at 10:55 am
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    I’m both tickled and heartened when I see those idjits say those garbage things. Anyone with a lick of sense can see right through it and, like you said, that’s why Trump’s approval numbers keep going up.
    Let’s start calling them city-rubes or city-billies.

  • March 22, 2020 at 12:15 pm
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    Breaking: Prescriptions can save lives. But used incorrectly, they can kill you.

    That is absolutely Pulitzer-worthy in this day of Idiocracy reporting from the main stream media. Now if only a cure for TDS could be found. I am waiting for a CNN or MSNBC reporter to seriously ask the president “Is it true that if you water and fertilize seeds that crops may grow?”!

    (In case blockquote doesn’t work in these comments I am referring to the brilliant line of Dianny’s: “Breaking: Prescriptions can save lives. But used incorrectly, they can kill you.”)

  • March 22, 2020 at 1:58 pm
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    Ted Lieu can’t make a bowl of cereal without reading the directions. Ted Lieu is the reason we have warnings on toothpicks.

  • March 23, 2020 at 11:17 am
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    Di- I was a nurse for 25 years before I quit practicing, and there are drugs out there whose dosage is in the gram variety instead of milligrams. However, not these drugs 🙂 And, there are ways to give them that don’t involve them overlapping (‘taken together’). Your point is valid, and (as always) delivered in a favorite fashion of mine– sarcastically bashing idiots over the head with well-known facts (snicker). What I’m really hoping for is a vaccine for TDS. 🙂

  • March 24, 2020 at 1:33 pm
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    How many people will die because they will be afraid to take life-saving meds because of this mis-reporting?

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