Trump recommends Disinfectant Injection as Corona Infection Cure

During Press Conference, Trump said Disinfectant can knocks out Coronavirus in a minute, and use Disinfectant to clean lungs by injecting it.

Trump also said he is going to use medical doctors to inject DISINFECTANT to Corona infected people as a test for new cure.

Previously, Trump pushed Human Experiment on Corona infected Veterans in Veterans Hospitals (VA Hospitals) by using malaria drug hydroxychloroquine. VA Hospitals found more deaths with hydroxychloroquine than without it. That means those Human Experiments killed many Veterans in VA Hospital.

This time, Trump will use doctors in VA Hospitals to try DISINFECTANT as a new cure for Corona infection. Veterans are going to be used as rats in biolabs called VA Hospitals to be injected DISINFECTANT in order to clean their lungs.

Trump was just sarcastic? Look how he was serious about it and communicated with his medical specialists beside him.

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Lysol maker warns against internal use of disinfectants after Trump comments

WASHINGTON — The manufacturer of Lysol, a disinfectant spray and cleaning product, issued a statement warning against any internal use after President Donald Trump suggested that people could get an “injection” of “the disinfectant that knocks (coronavirus) out in a minute.”

“As a global leader in health and hygiene products, we must be clear that under no circumstance should our disinfectant products be administered into the human body (through injection, ingestion or any other route),” a spokesperson for Reckitt Benckiser, the United Kingdom-based owner of Lysol, said in a statement to NBC News.

NYC Poison Control Calls for Bleach, Lysol Double After Trump Disinfectant Comment

The president was roundly condemned after openly speculating that injecting disinfectant might be one way to battle coronavirus

Calls to New York City’s Poison Control Center for exposure to certain household chemicals more than doubled after President Donald Trump suggested injecting disinfectant might be one way to combat COVID-19, the city said Saturday.

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