You’ll recall the husband and wife duo who ingested fish tank cleaner in some bizarre effort to stave off Coronavirus. Sadly, the husband passed away and the wife, while critically ill, survived.
The entire fake news media blamed President Trump for their actions because he had just been talking about components of the anti-malaria drug, which are found in fish tank cleaner, during a news conference so somehow it was his fault these people ate poison.
Things got so crazy that Dem governors began forbidding doctors from even using the drug.
However, Trump was right, because the FDA just gave the drug the green light for Coronavirus treatment.
— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) March 30, 2020
Well, it turns out the woman who ate the fish tank cleaner is a devout Democrat who donates frequently to many progressive causes and Super Pacs.
The Arizona woman who said that she and her 68-year-old husband ingested a substance used to clean fish tanks after hearing President Donald Trump tout chloroquine as a cure for the coronavirus has given thousands of dollars to Democratic groups and candidates over the last two years.
The woman’s most recent donations, in late February, were to a Democratic PAC, the 314 Action Fund, that bills itself as the “pro-science resistance” and has vocally criticized the Trump administration’s response to the coronavirus pandemic and held up her case to slam the White House.
Although local and national media outlets withheld the couple’s names, the Washington Free Beacon established their identities through descriptions in local news reports, where the pair were identified by their first names and ages: Gary, 68, and Wanda, 61. The Free Beacon is withholding their identities at Wanda’s request.
Federal Election Commission records show that Wanda has donated thousands of dollars to Democratic electoral groups and candidates over the past two years, including Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, and EMILY’s List, a group that aims to elect pro-choice female candidates. [Free Beacon]
The woman told the Free Beacon that she and her husband were both Democrats and not Trump supporters.
When they heard about the potential benefits of chloroquine the husband and wife decided at the “spur of the moment” to try taking it and reached for a fish tank cleaner in the pantry that contained chloroquine phosphate – and that’s when tragedy struck.
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