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Could She Be Right?

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by Old_Trapper70, Jan 14, 2018.

  1. Old_Trapper70

    Old_Trapper70 Well-Known Member

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    Was Trumps physical a fraud?

    https://ijr.com/the-declaration/201...s-could-be-a-lie-because-of-one-small-detail/

    "You know what? I'm gonna go out on a limb here and raise the possibility that this statement was not written by the White House physician. [...]

    I'm not basing my skepticism on the authorship of this statement on the 'Trumpiness' of the statement itself. The reason I think this might not have actually been written by the White House physician, Dr. Ronny Jackson, is because that is not how your spell Ronny Jackson."

    Maddow surmises the only way this could have happened is if the White House wrote its own statement about the president's health and signed the rear admiral's name without bothering to spell check it."

    The statement was signed "Ronnie", not "Ronny".
     
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    Lagboltz Well-Known Member

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    If you look at the statement that "Ronnie" made, it said in part "the exam went exceptionally well." He went on to say Trump "is in excellent health."

    What does a doctor mean when an exam goes "exceptionally well"? I have never heard a doctor say that. If "exceptionally well" is supposed to mean "excellent health," then why did the doctor say the same thing twice? Along with the misspelling, it sure sounds Trumpy.
     
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    Openmind Well-Known Member

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    It is obvious that a man of Trump's age, his corpulence and his life style cannot have ZERO issues. I would have been more inclined to believe the statement if it said "excellent health" for a man his age, or "with the common concerns of weight, blood pressure, and cholesterol!

    When you look at Trump's colouring, especially when he gets excited, it is obvious that he suffers from high blood pressure. And his favorite diet of McDonalds and Kentucky fried chicken spell: CHOLESTEROL, in addition to excessive weight! One doesn't have to be a medical doctor to know that!

    Now, Trump may be in excellent health FOR a man his age, and IN SPITE of his being overweight, and eating an unhealthy diet!
     
  4. YehYah

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    I've heard of doctors with piss poor penmanship, but this little Phd. totin' asshole can't even spell his own damned name. I say kick his ass to the curb!
     
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    I say we get Rachel Maddow to kick the shit out of the little orange headed bastard and let Robert Mueller sift through it checking for color, smell, tast and texture. Shouldn't take more than six months or more, but what the hell, time and money is not a problem.
    Sounds to me like he needs to quit that damned eating, it will probably just end up a bunch of shit anyway. Hell any prescription scribbling quack ought to know that.
    He probably caught high blood pressure from all that colluding with all the vodka guzzling Russian Riff-Raff. They're all infected with it.
     
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