It turns out the woman who, along with her husband, ingested fish tank cleaner to combat Coronavirus is a Democrat who dislikes Donald Trump and donated to Hillary Clinton.
The Arizona woman who killed her husband and poisoned herself last week by ingesting a fish-tank cleaner containing chloroquine phosphate is actually an anti-Trump Democrat, according to a report in the Washington Free Beacon. Nevertheless, she still seems to think it’s President Trump’s fault she
The woman, only identified as “Wanda,” has donated “thousands” to such groups as the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, the pro-abortion EMILY’s List, as well as Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign, according to the Free Beacon.
Last week, Wanda and her now-deceased husband made national headlines for self-medicating with a toxic chemical used to clean parasites from fish tanks.
Apparently, due to her fear of catching COVID-19 and hearing that chloroquine—a medication used to treat malaria—might be effective in treating Coronavirus, the woman decided “spur of the moment” for she and her husband to ingest fish-tank cleaner she found in her pantry that contained the more toxic chloroquine phosphate…with tragic results.
Less than an half hour she and her husband became violently sick and he later died.
Despite being an anti-Trump Democrat and, apparently, not knowing the difference between a malaria treatment and fish-tank cleaner, “Wanda” tried to to shift her responsibility for the deadly consequences to President Trump.
“We weren’t big supporters of [Trump], but we did see that they were using it in China and stuff,” Wanda told the Free Beacon. “And we just made a horrible, tragic mistake,” she said. “It was stupid, and it was horrible, and we should have never done it. But it’s done and now I’ve lost my husband. And my whole life was my husband.”
“We didn’t think it would kill us,” she added. “We thought if anything it would help us ‘cus that’s what we’ve been hearing on the news.”
In her first national news interview, Wanda told NBC News that she took the fish tank cleaner in a tragically botched attempt to follow medical advice that Trump had relayed in a press conference earlier that week.
“We saw Trump on TV—every channel—and all of his buddies and that this was safe,” she said last Monday. “Trump kept saying it was basically pretty much a cure.”
Although NBC News has since deleted her comment, Wanda had initially told the outlet that her advice was “don’t believe anything that the president says and his people because they don’t know what they’re talking about.”
Her attempt to shift the blame for her own fatal stupidity onto President Trump, he never told anyone to ingest fish-tank cleaner.