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COVID-19: Should Doctors and Their Families Get Priority Access to the “Trump Pills”?

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I refer here to the “Trump Pills” for which Trump is being bashed as a liar—the triple-drug cocktail of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin (Zithromax) and zinc that seem to be all the rage as the key treatment that states and governments are now locking down supply on and now starting to restrict and ration. Don’t confuse that with the one older drug that the scum in the press claim as ineffective to just to try to take away hope.

Assuming there is a shortage of the Trump Pills and they work as they seem to, the #1 national security priority right now should be securing supply. Why aren’t we hearing about that?

Question: should doctors treating COVID-19 patients and their families have priority access to the Trump Pills, given that this would deprive others of the treatment?

My answer is an unequivocal “yes”—doctors so engaged must be protected and that means their families as well, since they cannot risk infecting them or being infected by them or having to worry about them. Case closed in my book—if we lose our doctors, then all hell will break loose.

Question: should Congress get priority access to the Trump Pills?

Here I am so tempted to say “no”—they have been failing miserably at their jobs , many should resign in shame, and they should be at the back of the line as the last priority. Furthermore they should lose their gold-plated health plan and all be forced to use Medicare like so many Americans. The equation is simple: if a congressperson added anything not intended to alleviate the COVID-19 suffering, that person should be OUT as they are unworthy of their position, unworthy to lick your shoes—this is an emergency not politics as usual.

But since they still are required in this emergency for ponderous ill-conceived legislation that will cause problems for years to come, I will have to grudgingly say they should get priority for the sake of the (broken) system. Still, any Republican or Democrat, or Socialist congressperson who added pork to the relief bill should resign and be pummeled mercilessly on Twitter for the worthless scum they are (I am not calling for any physical violence, just public shaming). Sadly, the press will never list all these human turds and their actions, so the public just won’t know who made the 'sausage'.



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