Trump’s COVID-19 herd immunity petition is stuffed with names like ‘Dr. Johnny Bananas’ and ‘I.P. Freely’


In reality, the information outlet studies that it discovered “dozens of faux names on the checklist of medical signatories,” on the checklist. Names like “Dr. I.P. Freely, Dr. Particular person Fakename and Dr. Johnny Bananas, who listed himself as a “Dr. of Arduous Sums.” Now, I do know what you’re considering: Positive Dr. Particular person Fakename would signal this letter, he’s a hack! However Dr. Johnny Bananas?

JOHNSTOWN, PA - OCTOBER 13: Supporters of President Donald Trump await his arrival for a rally at the John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport on October 13, 2020 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. White House physician Dr. Sean Conley declared on Saturday that the president is "no longer considered a transmission risk to others," while those in attendance had their temperature checked and masks were said to be required.  (Photo by Jeff Swensen/Getty Images)
A bunch of aged white Trump individuals observe getting herd immunity.

Different unusual signatories embody Harold Shipman, a health care provider who died in 2004, however was additionally arrested in 1998 for being a serial killer of more than 200 patients. Additionally on the checklist have been dozens of homeopaths, “therapeutic massage therapists, hypnotherapists, psychotherapists and one Mongolian Khöömie singer who describes himself as a “therapeutic sound practitioner.”

It is very important observe right here that this isn’t a joke story. This can be a actual factor. The President of the USA of America and his advisers within the White Home are selling a scientific public well being principle, utilizing a letter signed by joke names and serial killers as his assist. It is smart that Trump and his crew of cons would discover a scientific con to advertise their coverage con.