He clearly said it was an FDA approved “specific medication for chloroquine-sensitive malaria.” This drug is Hydroxychloroquine, they also use it for Autoimmune Diseases such as Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis. I have taken it myself for Autoimmune.
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This is certainly a tragedy. However, I don’t think it’s fair for the President to take any blame whatsoever for someone that decided to go full Darwin and willingly, dangerously decide to treat themselves by ingesting something non-FDA approved!
It's a wall that blocks us from our liberties including our right to own a gun & the right to engage in free speech. It’s a wall that censors & controls minds by means of lying, fake news corporate media.
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It’s a wall that protects a massively corrupt Deep State from receiving justice.
@SpeakerPelosi, tear down your despicable, fascist, blue wall & allow our @POTUS to construct a legitimate one along our southern border.
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Look out it's the #FunPolice coming to ruin Christmas songs & Children shows near you!
In the #MeToo era, any remote suggestion of men “taking advantage” of innocent women must be wiped away from history.
“Baby, its Cold Outside,” a classic Christmas song of over 50 years must be banned! It doesn’t matter that 94% of the radio stations listeners said no to the ban, the radio station caved to the 6% that voted the song as inappropriate.
On Sunday between five hundred and a thousand caravan migrants carrying their country’s flag bull rushed the border. They screamed profanities and hurled rocks and bottles at the brave Border Patrol men and women protecting our nation. #2
The Border Patrol was correct to use non-lethal tear gas to break up the horde of invaders. They are defending our nation’s border from an invading force, complete with weapons, (however crude) and flying a foreign nation’s flag. #3
#Montana@SenatorTester has campaigned as a "big hunting proponent," sending out mailers to voters that show him on his farm with his gun in hand. (1)
“As we gear up for hunting season, Montanans know that hunting isn’t just a sport – it feeds our families, and it creates lifelong memories with our kids and grandkids,” Tester says in the campaign flier. (2)
“Montanans are lucky to have some of the best access, longest seasons and greatest hunting in the world.” (3)