Disappearance of Melania focuses attention on Trump’s unhinged nature


Following the revelation that Trump’s lawyer threatened a journalist for reporting on his former wife’s rape allegation,  concerns over the disappearance of Melania Trump are growing.

https://edition.cnn.com/2018/05/31/politics/michael-cohen-tapes/index.html

She has not been seen in public for 22 days, fuelling rumours Trump may have killed her in a fit of rage.

Even Infowars, which has been pushing the dangerous “Right to try” bill, has been forced to push back against the all too plausible rumours. Recall, Infowars also rolled out Ebola false flag propaganda in 2014 in line with the other a eugenicist Globalist media outlets.

“Reports suggesting that Mrs. Trump would not be joining the President for upcoming summits in Canada and Singapore have fueled CNN’s fake news,” says Infowars.

https://www.infowars.com/fake-news-cnn-launches-investigation-into-disappearance-of-melania-trump/

The rumours can be put to rest easily by Melania appearing in public.

Infowars on the Right to Try bill.

Trump “said the bill gives the desperately ill a “fighting chance,” adding he “couldn’t care less” about pharmaceutical or insurance giants who might disapprove of the legislation.

https://www.infowars.com/trump-signs-right-to-try-bill-for-patients-with-terminal-illnesses/

No. The people Trump “couldn’t care less” about  about are the ordinary Americans put at risk by this bill as doctors etc say.

From Time

“The proposed legislation is a thinly veiled attempt to dismantle the FDA, which could take us back a hundred years or more,” says Dr. Steffanie Strathdee, the associate dean of global health science at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) who requested an EIND for her husband in recent years. “Dying patients and their families are vulnerable; we could become victims to the likes of snake oil salesmen offering ‘treatments’ that could kill rather than cure. Treatments that work need to be monitored so their success can push forward randomized clinical trials that will decide if they work on a broader scale. And we need to know when treatments don’t work, so that the deaths of these patients are not in vain and that their failures aren’t repeated.”

http://time.com/5132892/right-to-try-bill-terminal-illness/

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