Trump Tries to Sell Skeptical MAGA Crowd on Dr. Oz

Donald Trump held a MAGA rally in Greensburg, Pa, ostensibly in support of Dr. Mehmet Oz’s senatorial campaign, but in reality, it was just another excuse to keep himself relevant and in the spotlight.

Trump, a former reality TV star, introduced Dr. Oz to the crowd with these words:

“I’ve known him a long time. He’s on that screen. He’s in the bedrooms of all those women, telling them good and bad. And they love him.”

Trump is a pathological liar, but at the same time he’s very transparent, he readily admitted that the reason he supports Dr. Oz is because he’s a TV star. In Trump’s world celebrity trumps ideology, morality, experience, wisdom and everything else.

Trump may be enthralled with Oz because of his celebrity, but his conservative crowd wasn’t quite as enthralled with the famous quack, in fact, they almost booed him off the stage.

The MAGA crowd is well aware that Oz previously supported gun control and abortion rights, and that it was only pollical expediency that led him to change his mind of these issues critical to them.

If Oz wins Pennsylvania’s GOP primary on May 17, it will be a sign of Trump’s stranglehold on the Republican Party. The fact that they would vote for a candidate they aren’t impressed with just to remain loyal to their Orange Messiah would speak volumes.

Quack Dr. Oz Urges Fraud Trump to Lose Weight

“At an event this week, Mr. Trump spoke to an indoor venue and noted that Dr Oz had urged him to lose weight in order to enjoy a healthy lifestyle.

Can you believe I weigh 208?’ Trump said. ‘Now maybe a little more’.

Dr Oz has said you should lose weight. I told him, ‘I don’t have time to lose weight.’’

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Donald Trump spoke about weighty matters to his adoring crowd, posing the question “Can you believe I weigh 208?” It was a rhetorical question because his supporters believe every bit of nonsense that emanates from his sphincter-shaped mouth.

In a regular crowd somebody would have yelled out: You crazy fat pig, you must tip the scales at over 300 pounds. If you believe Trump weighs only 208 pounds, I have a Bible that’s blessed by the pope and signed by Jesus Christ to sell you.

Trump claims he doesn’t have time to lose weight. Yeah right, now that he’s been banned from Twitter and is no longer president, he has time to hit the gym and lose some of that blubber.

Dr. Oz is infamous for peddling miracle weight loss products, if Trump takes advice from that quack, he’s going to gain weight.