I Was WRONG, Media LIED About Trump Press Briefings But His Questions On COVID Treatment Were Fair

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  1. I ranted a little (inside) when you made your first video concerning this subject. I appreciate you reinvestigating the issue and making this informative video. Thanks.

  2. How about Trump's incessant recommendation for Hydroxychloroquine which has been proven to cause heart attacks..any comments regarding that?

  3. I sometimes put h2o2 in our evaporator. Even a half a teaspoon diluted into half a liter gets pretty caustic feeling on your lungs after a bit.

    Probably want to do your research and go slow if you're going to do this. I wouldn't breath drug store concentrations strait out of a nebulizer.

  4. The woman who gave her husband the fish tank cleaner is under investigation out here in Arizona for first-degree murder. All of his friends said he wasn't so stupid that he would have drunk that he knew better.

  5. Thank you for being fair and even handed enough to admit you made a mistake. This is why I will go to you for the real story when I see a headline on any news source, and never take anything as gospel.

  6. #1 reason I voted for the guy. He listens to the Pros instead of forcing an agenda. I had an economics professor whose mentor quit writing papers for Obama because they were always ignored.

  7. Tim, please make up your mind if there is such a thing as a stupid question. I don't think there are stupid questions, only stupid people; if a person asks you the same question ten times, it isn't the question that is stupid. But this going back and forth contradicting yourself over and over and over again is grating.

  8. I know I’m late to the party but just saw an interesting podcast that exposes the bias in the UKs BBC towards this case. They cut and spliced the speech to infer that Trumps suggestions were stupid.
    However, I haven’t seen one report regarding the entire press conference.
    Trumps medical guy spoke before Trump asked the two questions regarding UV and bleach.
    He used the term ‘inject’ several times during his statement, but not in the sense of a hypodermic
    He used the term, as in the dictionary, to put something in.
    Like, “ I’m injecting some much needed wisdom in to the conversation”
    If Trump had spent time listening to this guy, using the phrase that way, he too would use it.
    And yes…there is an American company that has invented a tube that goes in to the lungs and sends out UV light
    And yes…some chemicals may in fact be able to be inhaled, that cause minimal damage to the body but irreparable ones to the virus RNA.
    Not unreasonable to ask your medical experts to look in to this
    My point being, using the term ‘ inject’ purely as meaning hypodermic injection in to the blood is disingenuous at best.
    Disclaimer: I am British living in the UK
    I do not support Trump and have no interest in the upcoming election.
    I just want everybody around the world to use their own eyes and ears before they start jumping to conclusions.
    We can have far better discourse if we can learn to see both sides without getting in a frothing fit
    Fair play to Tim for saying he was wrong.

  9. Of course, here in Europe (Netherlands at least) that Trump asked something stupid is morning news, but the context is nowhere to be found and if they would be wrong it doesn't even have a 5x5cm article about it. Typical 'orange man bad', even overseas

  10. Some Trump supporters are being too sensitive, It was an ignorant question and the media completely lied about it and turned the question into a suggestion and they changed the word disinfectant to the word Bleach. Once the media was using the word Bleach instead of disinfectant it was clear that they were malevolent and not just innocently mistaking his question for a suggestion. I could easily see Trump hearing about the Hydrogen Peroxide treatment and not hearing the important part that it was nebulization not injection or just misspeaking when he meant to say nebulization.

  11. I do appreciate this new video after the day before Tim. You get it. It was a dumb question, but only if you know. Does it feel good to see him ask that question? No. I would rather know he would assume things would not work, but still it is a question that could or could not work.

  12. Been following you for about a year even though I’m conservative I appreciate your perspective especially in that you are typically very balanced.

    IA that Trump shouldn’t get a pass 100% of the time. I think when most supporters reflexively “stand up for him” it’s our reflex action when msm 100% twists everything thing he does as WW111.

  13. The last thing trump says in that clip is literally " I don't know that sounds interesting" He never suggested anything. Light therapy is a real thing and they are researching internal disinfectant. Something you can inhale similar to asthma inhalers.

  14. Go to 26 minutes into the briefing itself and you can hear the words leaving his lips. You can find the April 23, 2020 task force meeting in full on CSPAN.

    To say that he was just asking the question leaves out how Trump uses lines like this to influence his supporters and make it seem like he's giving them information they weren't getting from others. It's the same way he pushed the hydroxychloroquine thought with similar types of suggestions.

  15. Sorry, no.
    Trump definitely did suggest looking into injecting disinfectant and bringing UV light to "hit the body" and also "[bring] the light inside the body".
    Full video:

    Full subtitles:



    So I asked Bill a question that probably some of you are thinking of, if you're totally into that world, which I find to be very interesting. So, supposing we hit the body with a tremendous — whether it's ultraviolet or just very powerful light — and I think you said that that hasn't been checked, but you're going to test it. And then I said, supposing you brought the light inside the body, which you can do either through the skin or in some other way, and I think you said you're going to test that too. It sounds interesting.


    And then I see the disinfectant, where it knocks it out in a minute. One minute. And is there a way we can do something like that, by injection inside or almost a cleaning. Because you see it gets in the lungs and it does a tremendous number on the lungs. So it would be interesting to check that. So, that, you're going to have to use medical doctors with. But it sounds — it sounds interesting to me. So we'll see. But the whole concept of the light, the way it kills it in one minute, that's — that's pretty powerful.


    I would like you to speak to the medical doctors to see if there's any way that you can apply light and heat to cure. You know — but if you could. And maybe you can, maybe you can't. Again, I say, maybe you can, maybe you can't. I'm not a doctor. But I'm like a person that has a good you know what.

  16. This is why I watch Tim Pool!!! I have found him to be honest and fair with his reporting!! I do not agree with everything he believes, but, I respect that he's honest!!

  17. If bleach kills the virus and 6 minutes and isopropyl alcohol kills it in 3 seconds that would be a better solution. But how do you get Isopropyl alcohol in the lungs. Hmmmm. Maybe open the cap of a $1 bottle and take a whiff? Or rub down you body with alcohol like they used to do in the old days to break a very high fever? I am not a medical professional but I wonder if this would help. Ask your doctor.