Democrat lawmaker who managed to recover from coronavirus with hydroxychloroquine can be expelled from the party for thanking Trump
At that moment, when the life of the democratic lawmaker Karen Whitsett hung in the balance, none of her Democrats' compatriots did anything to recover, but when her health improved after taking hydroxychloroquine, the whole party took up arms and decided to expel her.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, no one is safe from infection, especially public people, officials or politicians. One of those was Whitsett.
Her doctor prescribed her a drug that was not approved by WHO as an effective treatment for the virus, but to the surprise of most, it worked. And in gratitude, Karen Whitsett thanked Donald Trump for being able to recover.
At the same time, the entire democratic community was angry at her, seeing in the word "thank you" to the President of the United States, a kind of political subtext.
"They would expel me, why they would expel me is beyond words for me. This is something that I did not expect, I started out with a simple thank you to the man that is the president of the United States. It’s a thank you, I didn’t know that thank you had a political line. I didn’t know thank you belongs to one political party over another, and that if you’re in one party you cannot say thank you to another person. I had no idea."
"The doctor quoted in the Carlson video provided some very significant insights about NIH guidelines for treatment, which included the prescription of the combination of hydroxychloroquine and an antibiotic known as the Z-Pac according to doctor judgment and patient willingness, which is a far cry from the press claims that NIH forbade the combination. The doctor also noted that there were no cut and dried treatments out there," reports The American Thinker.
We also previously reported that black and Hispanic people die almost three times more often from coronavirus than white Americans. And since the majority of deaths due to the virus are poverty, the lack of insurance and the government’s unwillingness to help those in need, the Whitsett case also has a political motivation to cast black Americans to their fate.