Jim Acosta is a small, dangerous man.
Fake News embodiment, Jim Acosta has taken the President’s words and warped them until they do not resemble anything the president said in context, but took it one step further than his normal sophistry, lying on the air about his perverted translation being “medical advice.”
Yesterday, during the coronavirus press briefer that the President has been giving daily, a specialist was explaining how the virus could be neutralized in outdoor environments with sunshine. President Trump then asks the same specialist if they are researching ways to apply that as a treatment for COVID-19.
CNN reporters did not criticize the inartful way in which it was suggested, nor criticize that a press briefing may not be an appropriate place to brainstorm these ideas. Instead, XiNN’s Jim Acosta jumped right into this narrative in which “Trump suggested injecting disinfectant will kill the virus.” Even going so far as to tell those still left watching CNN, that it is “The President’s medical advice.”
Originally, Acosta had this clip uploaded onto his personal Twitter, but has since taken it down.
Let’s be very clear. President Trump suggested nothing nor did he give any medical advice. The President is not a doctor, which is why he keeps so many with him at these press briefings.
The idea of people injecting themselves with disinfectant did not exist in this universe until Jim Acosta thought he could score some points on President Donald Trump with a total perverted twisting of his words.
CNN really believes their viewers to be fools who will believe anything that they choose to tell them. And again, CNN is proved right.
Back in March, a prolific Democrat donor poisoned her husband by mixing an aquarium tablet, which contains hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), with soda and then having her husband drink the deadly concoction. The man died and the media went absolutely apeshit trying to blame it on Trump.
HCQ and azithromycin (Z-pak) with zinc treatments are seeing success, and it remains a point of contention in the medical community. Despite the Veterans Heath Administration’s (VA) recent recommendation to not use it as a treatment for coronavirus, other doctors are seeing positive outcomes with HCQ treatment, although their dosage is much lower than the VA’s trials.
Everywhere on social media and the legacy media are headlines bashing the president and implying that he really suggested Americans inject Lysol or some other household cleaner. That did not happen and considering he gives press briefings every single day, the same press could ask him and confirm their “reporting” before putting such a dangerous idea in the information being consumed by millions of Americans.
What really happened
Trump asked about light and disinfectant injected into the body. There already exists these two therapies, called UV therapy as well as ozone therapy and both are already being studied as a treatment to the novel Chinavirus. The one that has CNN hyperventilating is ozone therapy which has been used successfully for cancer patients. O3 gas is infused into the body as a disinfectant to improve the intake of oxygen while ramping up the immune system and efficiently killing bacteria and viruses.
Trump asked the expert off to the side if testing was being done relative to applying this to the coronavirus. CNN would take his words out of context to imply that he looked directly at the camera and said, “You should drink bleach.”
Disinfectant inside the body is absolutely dangerous and should only be done by a doctor.
And you should definitely never take medical advice from Democrats. This is the party that believes that injecting hormones into a developing child in order to “change their gender” is totally okay. This is the party that is anxiously awaiting a vaccine from Bill Gates to inject themselves with. This is the party that has used taxpayer money to fund “safe injection sites” all over the U.S. so intravenous drug users could get high in peace. Maybe CNN is being so cautious because they know their audience.