During his speech on the Iranian ballistic missile strike on military bases in Iraq, President Trump once again looked and sounded like a man who has either suffered one or more small strokes, appears to be senile or is snorting Adderall. His speech was so slurred, while he sniffed and snorted 58 times during his speech.
By James DiGeorgia
Tens of thousands of people around the country find themselves wondering and commenting on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook if the national security of the United States may be compromised by a senile sociopath who is addicted to and snorting Adderall.
Adderall is a combination of two stimulant drugs, amphetamine, and dextroamphetamine. It belongs to a class of drugs called central nervous system stimulants. The drug works by increasing levels of the brain chemical dopamine, which stimulates the brain. It’s a drug that abused by all sorts of people including college and graduate students, law students, and even interns to help them stay up long hours and remain focused while studying for exams or maintaining a grueling schedule. It’s a highly addictive drug that can manifest its usage by grinding it up and snorting it like cocaine.
As a result of those who abuse Adderall often look burned out, sniff and snort constantly, and not the only slur their words but sound disjointed.
Today, President Donald Trump addressed the nation about the orders he gave to assassinate the second most powerful man in Iran, Major General Qassem Soleimani and the ballistic missile strike launched by Iran against U.S. military bases in Iraq.
In the speech, Trump began by repeating his mantra that Iran would never develop a nuclear weapon while he was in office, but outside of that, his speech was a restrained response, one that avoids any promise or pledge of further military action by the United States. Yet, while that put people at ease and sent the U.S. stock market’s major indices to new highs, Trump’s speech contained a steady stream of mispronounced words, slurred speech, and constant sniffing.
Trump even botched the word “tolerated.”
Actor and comedian Tom Arnold accused President Donald Trump of previously abusing Adderall on the set of NBC's The Apprentice.
"Donald Trump abused Adderall on the set and it made him crazy. He even snorted Adderall. Mark Burnett knew it. It's scary,"
Tom Arnold's tweet came in response to allegations from stand-up comedian Noel Casler back in 2018, who claimed while he worked on The Celebrity Apprentice for six years Donald J. Trump snorted crushed-up Adderall and called the now commander-in-chief a "speed freak."
Editorialists are starting to notice President Trump’s jumbled speech, incongruent thought patterns, stammering, consistent sniffing, and snorting…
Even Joan Walsh, the National Affairs Correspondent for The Nation, and CNN political contributor noticed the hints of Adderall abuse.