Monday, October 07, 2019

Druggie Donnie

For a long time now, I've begged Dems to discuss Donald Trump's drug usage. Why don't the candidates bring up this problem? Trump would not hesitate to use the same evidence against any Democrat.

The David Pakman video embedded above goes a long, long ways toward proving that Trump has a real problem.

In fact, Hope Hicks has admitted Trump's history as an addict. This has been established beyond dispute.

Moreover, Donald Trump's doctors have been accused of prescribing "happy pills."

Dr. Joseph Greenburg, exposed by Spy Magazine in 1992, diagnosed Trump as having a "metabolic imbalance" -- an imprecise term that could mean many different things.
The medical records and interviews with former officials with the Trump Organization reveal that Greenberg gave Trump a prescription for amphetamine derivatives in 1982 to treat his metabolic problem; the records show that Trump continued taking the drugs for a number of years and the former officials said that Trump stopped using them in 1990 at the latest.
The amphetamine derivative was Diethylpropion or tenuate dospan (the brand name). This drug quickly becomes addicting. It's hard to believe that Trump could have taken it for years without developing a crippling habit.

Harry Hurt's biography Lost Tycoon identifies Trump as an addict.
According to several Trump Organization insiders, Donald exhibited all these ominous symptoms of diet drug usage, and then some.

’The first thing I would do when I got to the office in the morning,” recalled one former vice-president, “was to go see Norma Foerderer and ask her, ‘Is this a Dr. Greenberg day?’ If she said yes, I would do everything I could to stay out of Donald’s way.’”
The (in)famous Dr. Harold Bornstein -- the guy whose name appears on Trump's hilarious certificate of superlative health -- has also been accused of tossing out pills as if they were Halloween candy. The Daily Beast published the details in an article titled "Lawsuits: Trump’s Doctor ‘Overmedicated’ Patients Who Died in His Care."
Settled lawsuits alleged Donald Trump’s doctor Harold Bornstein overmedicated his patients—one with Valium and morphine ‘well above therapeutic levels.’
Let's return to the evidence that Trump over-uses the British version of Sudafed. As most of you know, this is a decongestant drug in which the main ingredient is Pseudoephedrine, often used in the illegal manufacture of meth (which is why Sudafed is no longer sold over-the-counter in this country). Basically, it's an upper. The side effects include excitability, impulsiveness, fast heart rate, dilated pupils, and hallucinations.

The Addiction Hope website offers this counsel:
The sensations that are felt from a pseudoephedrine high are described as short-term and can raise energy levels, cause a ticklish feeling on the skin, and induce a sense of euphoria.
A sign of abuse of this drug might be finding a large amount of cold medicine drug packaging among someone’s belongings. That person may complain a lot about allergies as an excuse to take the pill.
I was a little surprised to learn that it has become the drug of choice for hockey players.
The exact number of players who use Sudafed, a nonprescription drug that contains the stimulant pseudoephedrine, in an effort to boost their performance on the ice, is unclear. Two NHL trainers estimate that before a game 20% of the league's players routinely take over-the-counter medications that contain pseudoephedrine, not to combat the sniffles, as the manufacturers intended, but to feel a little buzz.
In the above video, Parkman references this tween from comic Noel Casler...


And then there's the evidence that Donald was trafficking cocaine back in the eighties. David Cay Johnston tells the story...

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