Remember that woman who claimed Donald Trump told her now dead husband to drink fish tank cleaner to cure himself of the coronavirus? Yeah, well after the media blamed it all on Trump, now police think the woman actually fed the poison to her husband as part of a murder plot.
You’ll likely recall the original “get Trump” story that maintained that Gary Lenius, a 68-year-old Arizona man, drank fish tank cleaner because he heard Trump say that the chloroquine phosphate in the solution was a coronavirus cure.
The media went wild for this story. It gave them a chance to claim that Trump has “blood on his hands.”
The tale of woe was told by the dead man’s wife, Wanda, 61, who claimed that both she and her husband ingested one teaspoon of the poison — four times the lethal dose — because they heard Trump tell them to do it.
How SHE didn’t die from the poison she claims she also took, she never explained.
👉Her husband is dead & she's in the ICU after ingesting chloroquine:
"We saw Trump on TV — every channel — & all of his buddies and that this was safe," she said.
"Trump kept saying it was basically pretty much a cure."
— Heidi Przybyla (@HeidiNBC) March 23, 2020
Naturally it became a national pile-on as the media went wild to accuse Trump of murder.
But now, the Mesa City Police Department in Arizona is investigating Wanda’s claims because, in the end, they just didn’t add up.
It turns out that old Wanda has a record of abusing her husband and the couple have had marital problems in the past.
Police now suspect that good ol’ Wanda murdered her husband and that she just used the Trump claim to cover her treachery. Trump had nothing to do with it.
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