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I expect nothing less from this administration – Tough on Drugs edition

Is this Ronny Jackson, M.D.’s lunch tray? (Click image to play music.)

A little more than a month ago, America’s Parody President proposed the death penalty as one way to solve the ongoing opioid addition problem.

“If we don’t get tough on the drug dealers, we are wasting our time,” Trump told the audience in Manchester, New Hampshire. “And that toughness includes the death penalty.”


Even still, Trump pushed ahead with the proposal, while acknowledging Monday that some in the United States may not be ready for the death penalty for drug dealers.

“Maybe our country is not ready for that. It’s possible … and I can understand it,” he said, later disagreeing with himself and stating, “Although personally I can’t understand that.”

He can understand it, he can’t understand it. This man is high. No wonder he’s so excited about putting Ronny Jackson, M.D. in charge of the VA..

Dr. Ronny L. Jackson, the White House physician nominated to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs, provided “a large supply” of Percocet, a prescription opioid, to a White House military office staff member, throwing his own medical staff “into a panic” when the medical unit could not account for the missing drugs, according to a summary of questionable deeds compiled by the Democratic staff of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee.

A nurse on his staff said Dr. Jackson had written himself prescriptions, and when caught, he asked a physician assistant to provide the medication. And at a Secret Service going away party, the doctor got intoxicated and “wrecked a government vehicle,” according to the summary.
The two-page summary fleshes out three categories of accusations — prescription drug misuse, hostile work environment and drunkenness — that threaten to derail President Trump’s nominee. It details the testimony of 23 current and former colleagues of Dr. Jackson, many of whom are still in the military.

White House officials on Wednesday ratcheted up their public defense of Dr. Jackson, calling charges of workplace misconduct leveled against him “outrageous” even as new incidents of questionable conduct surfaced.

The M.D. stands for Many Drugs. And if his nomination falls through, there’s always this guy.

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