“Let Them Drink Bleach” – Jeff Bezos Selling Drinkable Bleach to Paranoid Peasants

Jeff Bezos runs the Washington Post, possibly the number one lunatic hysteria paper promoting the coronavirus hoax, telling people that they’re going to die from this mild flu virus.

They also promote the idea that there is nothing they can do, the virus is coming for them, their only option is to be scared.

Right now on the front page, the Post is hard-shilling the 200,000 hoax, along with various hysterias.

The Washington Post is owned by Jeff Bezos.

At Jeff Bezos’ Amazon.com, he is selling people drinkable bleach as a solution to their paranoid delusions about this flu.

The Guardian:

Industrial bleach is being sold on Amazon through its product pages which consumers are buying under the mistaken belief that it is a “miracle cure” for Covid-19, despite health warnings from the US Food and Drug Administration that drinking the fluid can kill.

The chlorine dioxide solutions are being sold on the Amazon platform under the brand name CD Kit and NatriChlor. Third-party sellers signal the bleach as a “water treatment” and include legal disclaimers that the liquid is “not marketed for internal use”.

But comments from Amazon customers under the review section of the pages tell a different story. Users discuss how many drops of bleach they are imbibing and explain they are drinking the chemical which they call MMS to “disinfect ourselves”, a phrase that echoes Donald Trump’s controversial remarks in April that injections of disinfectant could cure Covid-19.

Yes, Trump joked about injecting disinfectant. It was a joke. The Jew media noted at the time that they did not find it funny, and they are continuing to note that.

Regardless of how dangerous they imagine jokes to be, Donald Trump never sold people drinkable bleach, which is something that Jeff Bezos cannot say.

One purchaser, writing in Spanish, said his family had started taking bleach soon after the coronavirus pandemic hit the US. “Many people still don’t believe in it, but I am sure that it has helped us a lot,” he said.

Another Amazon customer wrote: “My mom who is 77 got Corona, Covid, and had a whole body-ache stomach upset, very extreme headache, fatigue … Well, she started taking MMS and NOT KIDDING you, she was practically half better the NEXT day and the day after she was totally good!!”

The bleach that is being sold on the Amazon marketplace is typically used in industrial processes including textile manufacturing and bleaching of pulp and paper. In small doses it can be used to disinfect water, but the concentrations being advocated by pushers of MMS – “miracle mineral solution” – are well above safety levels.

Proponents of MMS falsely claim that it is a cure-all for almost all diseases, including malaria, HIV/Aids, cancer and now Covid-19. They also market it untruthfully as a cure for the condition autism.

Since the start of the pandemic, the FDA has been trying to clamp down on fraudulent dealers of quack remedies claiming to protect against the virus. Last August the agency issued a strong health warning that MMS bleach products could be life-threatening.

The American Association of Poison Control Centers has recorded more than 16,000 cases of chlorine dioxide poisoning, including 2,500 cases of children under 12. Many of those individuals suffered serious side effects, the group noted, including a six-year-old autistic girl who three years ago required hospital treatment for liver failure.

What The Guardian won’t tell you is that although her liver did fail, her autism completely disappeared.

Jim Humble was right. 

Nah, I’m joking. Drinking bleach is one of those rare things where the media is probably right. Like with the flat earth theory. The earth probably isn’t flat and drinking bleach almost certainly does not cure autism.

It’s always a weird feeling to agree with the media.

But of course, this is still heavy, heavy spin, because again, they are blaming Trump, because he made a joke, whilst Jeff Bezos, a top coronavirus hoaxer, is actually making money selling people drinkable bleach.