Al Capone wants his vault back:
Someone forgot to tell Bill Bryan, who claims to "lead the science and technology directorate at the US Department of Homeland Security." He was asked "The president mentioned the idea of a cleaner, bleach and isopropyl alcohol emerging. There’s no scenario where that could be injected into a person, is there?' He responded "No, I’m here to talk about the finds that we had in the study. We don’t do that within that lab at our labs."Hard not to believe @realDonaldTrump was being sarcastic about bleach drinking. He just does deadpan better than most reporters.— Geraldo Rivera (@GeraldoRivera) April 25, 2020
And if anyone really would heed that bleach-drinking advice, odds are they have other issues.
Someone forgot to tell Dr. Deborah Birx, also. President Trump had stated
…rumor that you know, a very nice rumor that you go outside in the sun or you have heat and it does have an effect on other viruses. But now we get it from one of the great laboratories of the world, I have to say. Covers a lot more territory than just this. This is probably an easy thing, relatively speaking, for you. I would like you to speak to the medical doctors to see if there’s any way that you can apply light and heat to cure. You know? If you could? And maybe you can, maybe you can’t. Again, I say maybe you can, maybe you can’t. I’m not a doctor. But I’m a person that has a good… You know what. Deborah, have you ever heard of that? The heat and the light relative to certain viruses, yes, but relative to this virus?.
.I think that’s a great thing to look at. Okay?
She replied "Not as a treatment. I mean, certainly fever is a good thing. When you have a fever, it helps your body respond. But, I’ve not seen heat or light as a-"
Someone forgot to tell White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnanay who, after Trump was criticized for his remarks, stated "Leave it to the media to irresponsibly take President Trump out of context and run with negative headlines."
Given that he suggested Dr. Birx look into the issue, Trump himself did not realize he was being sarcastic. Further, he didn't smile while being "sarcastic," a rookie mistake, and an unforgivable one, especially for an accomplished unreality television actor.
But hold on. Rivera complained also "And if anyone really would heed that bleach-drinking advice, odds are they have other issues."
There is at least one man who believes that the President's supporters would take his advice on anything: