Perspective from Cousin Dupree the R.N.
What kind of person, who is supposed to be a responsible role model to an entire country, infected with a virus that has caused a pandemic, leaves his hospital bed to take a car ride?
What kind of doctor(s) allow that patient, jacked up on steroids, to make a very irresponsible decision that jeopardizes his own safety and that of others around him during and after this ride?
Those people in white coats stand out there in front of the cameras with their big smiles and their happy words and act like theyre having a party. With 210,000 people dead and more to come. And they and their patient look like a bunch of ignorant fools. They all make a mockery of what is going on in the lives of the common people of this country. Since when do medical personnel willingly allow their patients to leave the hospital and return at will? Infected. In a pandemic.
Its such a blatant violation of medical protocol, and SOOO dangerous for everyone, you have to wonder if theyre using actors posing as doctors for the updates. Unreal.
and have thrown their good medical judgment out the window. He corrupts everyone in his path. Its amazing.
I am not convinced that he has Covid-19, I dont care how much medical treatment he has , you dont get over a sickness such as this in a couple of days. This is worse than pneumonia and I have experience with that it took me over a week and I am 27 years younger than he is and in much better shape.
Two things happened, the taxes and the horrible debate
feel like that can conquer the world. I think that, coupled with other meds, has made him feel better. When they start tapering down on the steroids, he may not feel so good. But of course you could be right. I wont put anything past him.
The orange makeup exudes a spine-dissolving neurotoxin. (The hair may be a distribution system to spray it far and wide.)
The doctors and secret service agents all got within range and lost all ability to make responsible judgements.
He can order all of them around
patient jeopardizing himself and everyone around him without restraint. Makes for baaaaddd medical care.
Saying NO to a President is not a common thing at all.
around him. And compromises the medical staff. A bad situation all around. Power corrupts
Doctors cannot insist that a patient take a treatment. There's a huge conflict there that has no resolution at all.
You can't sedate a President, unless the VP assumes command. There are weird rules connected with that office.
It's far more complicated than most people realize. At any time, Trump can walk out of that hospital, get in a helicopter and return to the White House. He just has to order the chopper to show up.
In many ways, he has unlimited power of movement and can give all sorts of orders, even if they make no sense at all. That's always a risk when it comes to a President. Who can say no to him?
You always get patients who sign themselves out AMA or ignore medical advice. But in this case the patient can inflict unlimited harm. His judgment is a huge concern right now, especially when hes under the influence of high-dose steroids.
the hospital and returning to the White House. He merely has to order the transportation and it will happen.