I’m not a doctor. I’m not a medical professional. But unlike Donald Trump, I listen to medical professionals when they talk about the sick and weak condition he’s still in due to his serious case of coronavirus, and when they talk about the effects of a steroid like dexamethasone on the body. It seems pretty clear that Trump is now just outright abusing dexamethasone to keep himself upright.
During his White House balcony speech over the weekend, Trump had fresh bandages on the back of his hand, meaning he’d just received an IV drug injection immediately before stepping out in public, and strongly suggesting that he’d been pumped full of something to keep him upright.
Then yesterday, when Trump boarded Air Force One, his handlers had to roll out a super-short staircase for him instead of the usual tall one. So here’s a guy who’s so sick and weak, he can’t even make it up a full flight of stairs. Yet a couple hours later at his rally, Trump suddenly had limitless energy and physical ability, and was even seen dancing around while YMCA was playing.
The human body doesn’t work this way – and you don’t have to be a medical expert to know this. Trump’s bandages give away that he’s still taking IV injections of something. Trump’s shift back and forth from having a broken body, to being Mick Jagger on stage, is an indictor of performance enhancing drug abuse. Doctors say that dexamethasone – which Trump admits he was recently taking – has the specific effect of giving people bursts of energy that they don’t really have. Do the math. If Trump is abusing steroids for energy, in his condition, the only question is whether he keels over before or after election day.
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