Crazy Ohio Democrat Says She’ll File Charges For Crimes Against Humanity Against Trump

You wanted some Defcon 1 Trump Derangement Syndrome? Here you go

This was in reply to Go Blue 44

Excitable Tavia has almost 50k likes, which is what she was going for. While she actually do it? I triple dog dare her.

Here’s what Trump said

On Sunday, the president doubled down on his assertions, telling reporters that the drug was “being tested now” and claiming “there are some very strong, powerful signs” of its potential as a treatment for coronavirus.

“It’s a great malaria drug. It’s worked unbelievably. It’s a powerful drug on malaria,” Trump said of hydroxychloroquine. “And there are signs that it works on this, very strong signs. And in the meantime, it’s been around a long time. It also works very powerfully on lupus. So, there are some very strong, powerful signs and we’ll have to see.”

It’s not like doctors are seeing success with hydroxychloroquine or anything. Or that NY patients are being treated with it. Is it fully proven? Studies are unclear. The FDA has approved it. Even the NY Times reported that, while more research is need, it helps. If things are as dire as the media and Dems want to make it, isn’t it better than dying?

Of course, it doesn’t seem like she’s capable of doing it

Doesn’t seem like she’s ready to file.

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11 Responses to “Crazy Ohio Democrat Says She’ll File Charges For Crimes Against Humanity Against Trump”

  1. Hmmm…Sounds like Trump is being pretty effective in his Coronavirus briefings each day. https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_cool.gif

    • Kye says:

      Yep! And that’s in spite of the gaggle of Red Chinese operatives disguised as “reporters” asking “gotcha” questions rather than constructive input.

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:

        In this regard, it’s not a reporter’s job to supply constructive input, it’s to ask questions of gov’t officials.

        Trump’s hate-filled daily briefings are mini-campaign events to replace his hate-filled campaign rallies. He disguises them as gov’t business but uses them to abuse the free press and Dem governors who are showing him up.

        This allows him to talk directly to his brainwashed sycophants.

  2. formwiz says:

    In this regard, it’s not a reporter’s job to supply constructive input, it’s to ask questions of gov’t officials.

    No, it’s to report the news.

    Accurately.

    As always, Bolshevik Bunny thinks a reporter’s job is to be whatever he wants one to be at any given time.

    Trump’s hate-filled daily briefings are mini-campaign events to replace his hate-filled campaign rallies. He disguises them as gov’t business but uses them to abuse the free press and Dem governors who are showing him up.

    Which Demos are these? Every Democrat so far has shown him/herself to be an incompetent bungler and petty tyrant. Moreover, most have realized they have to be nice or Trump will tell them to get their own stuff.

    So, again, you lie.

    And most of the hate comes from the “reporters” who are trying to make names for themselves.

    Trump just gives them a nice big swallow of their own medicine.

    This allows him to talk directly to his brainwashed sycophants.

    Which is most of the country these days, since most of Fake News’ rating are in the tank and The Trump Show is their only real ratings getter.

    Sorry, you lose again.

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      Right-wingers always prefer that journalists serve as stenographers, recording the great wisdom as told by men like Nixon, Reagan, Bush and Trump. How would Watergate, Iran-Contra, the misguided Iraq invasion and the Ukrainian scandal been revealed?

  3. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Teach: Thanks for this bit of ignorance.

    “Of 6,200 physicians surveyed from 30 countries, the majority (37 per cent) said it was the ‘most effective therapy’ for the virus.”

    Understanding the practice of medicine is art, not science, and that most physicians are lousy scientists, medicine relies on science to help guide treatments.

    • formwiz says:

      “Of 6,200 physicians surveyed from 30 countries, the majority (37 per cent) said it was the ‘most effective therapy’ for the virus.”

      Sounds like he’s better informed than you (who isn’t?) and it’s making you testy.

      Or is it just the fact this thing is over and your side lost yet again?

      Understanding the practice of medicine is art, not science, and that most physicians are lousy scientists, medicine relies on science to help guide treatments.

      And you come by this knowledge exactly how, Dr Keene?

      In the immortal words of Charles Darwin, “Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge”.

      • Kye says:

        I read it and it reminded me of Elwood:
        POSTED ON APRIL 6, 2020 BY JOHN HINDERAKER AT POWERLINE

        There isn’t much point in trying to talk rationally to a guy in an asylum who thinks he is Napoleon. Likewise, there probably isn’t much point in trying to talk rationally to a Democratic politician or activist in 2020 America. But for what it is worth, let’s just note that 1) the variants of chloroquine are all prescription drugs that will not be administered absent a prescription by a doctor, who probably doesn’t intend to commit a crime against humanity; 2) numerous studies have found chloroquine compounds, alone or in combination with other drugs, to be effective treatments for COVID-19 sufferers; 3) chloroquine has now been approved by the FDA as a COVID-19 treatment; and 4) even assuming that the president was wrong, making a wrong prediction about the efficacy of a drug treatment is hardly a “crime against humanity.”

        Is it possible that American voters will give power to a party running on a platform of the crudest, most ignorant hate? I doubt it. The Democrats know that they have the press on their side; the Washington Post, for instance, is just one short notch above Ms. Stevens and Ms. Galonski. But the days when the press could choose a president are long gone, if they ever existed.

        Trump 2020 Then the real fun begins

        • Elwood P. Dowd says:

          1) the variants of chloroquine are all prescription drugs that will not be administered absent a prescription by a doctor, who probably doesn’t intend to commit a crime against humanity; The variants are chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine. Using drugs off-label is not a crime against humanity.

          2) numerous studies have found chloroquine compounds, alone or in combination with other drugs, to be effective treatments for COVID-19 sufferers; Do tell!

          3) chloroquine has now been approved by the FDA as a COVID-19 treatment; The FDA has NOT approved the use of chloroquine for Covid-19 treatment (Docs were always able to prescribe it), the FDA gave an emergency authorization which increased access for clinical studies.

          4) even assuming that the president was wrong, making a wrong prediction about the efficacy of a drug treatment is hardly a “crime against humanity.” Trump may or may not be right concerning the efficacy of chloroquine, he was just guessing, It was a clumsy, but low-risk, political ploy by tRump but not a crime against humanity.

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:

        When did 37% become a majority?

        My knowledge comes from experience, Dr. Dutcher, from experience.

        And how do you come by your ignorance, Dr. Dutcher?

        As you accidentally noted, Darwin already described the source of your confidence.

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