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‘High’ on steroids

So our president feels 20 years younger? Perhaps he does not realize that the massive experimental steroids cocktail he’s taking are affecting his mood and behavior. He is essentially ‘high’ on drugs and the treatment may further exacerbate his impulsive and irrational behavior.

The treatment is a high-risk experiment. The American public should seriously question the president’s emotional stability at this critical moment. Especially now, that 34 White House staffers are Covid-19 infected and the U.S. military chiefs of ataff are in quarantine. Is President Trump stable enough to be sitting in the Oval Office with the nuclear pass codes in his pocket when he’s in this state of mind? Should he have access to the ‘nuclear football’ at all during his illness? This is a serious question that requires a serious answer from the White House.

Joe Rodriguez Jr.

Spokane


 

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