As far as his taxes go, I don’t think that there will be discovery of any kind of criminal wrongdoing with foreign governments or such. If there was, it would have come out by now through IRS procedures.
I do believe that he is afraid of being exposed by questionable business practices and more importantly (to him), we may come to find that his net worth is simply not as much as he has been touting over the years - something his ego couldn’t tolerate.
I also send healing hopes. Let them be well
Thank you, Westerly. They are on the mend, although it is not linear. Some days are better than others. The chest congestion seems to be better for both of them, and that is the worrisome part, of course.
The scientific community was startled, amazed, and left gasping for breath after The Clown’s latest Coronavirus Press Briefing in which he suggested implementing research against the disease by light treatment (Uv and other forms) and the human ingestion of disinfectants to “clean out the lungs”.
While those health experts in his administration struggled and stammered mightily to dissuade these activities without drawing his childish ire, those professionals not in government were quick to condemn his remarks.
“That led the Reckitt Benckiser Group, which produces Lysol, to flatly announce on its website that "under no circumstance" should disinfectant be administered into the human body. Washington state's emergency management agency warned against eating Tide pods or injecting disinfectant, tweeting, "don't make a bad situation worse." (CNN, 4/24/20)
What effect this will have on his supporters, who are not generally known for their critical thinking abilities, remains to be seen.
“Mother...next time you go to the store, pick up a bottle of Lysol - the lemon flavored one- and a
bottle of ginger ale, will ya?”