Multiple White House sources claim that President Trump is being drugged by Soros operatives who are looking to perform a coup d’etat against his administration.
Insiders close to Trump claim that Deep State operatives are putting sedatives in Trump’s food and drink to make him more compliant and confused.
“It’s known that most presidents end up getting drugged. Small dosages of sedatives till they build it up. Trump’s such a bull he hasn’t fully understood it yet,” InfoWars host Alex Jones claimed in a broadcast on Monday.
“But I’ve talked to people, multiple ones, and they believe that they are putting a slow sedative that they’re building up that’s also addictive in his Diet Cokes and in his iced tea and that the president by 6 or 7 at night is basically slurring his words and is drugged,” Jones says.
Infowars.com reports: Prior to the presidency, Trump was known for his energetic 18+ hour days in the high-stress world of real estate development – and his reportedly sudden shifts in behavior mesh perfectly – too perfectly – with the establishment media’s prediction that the president would soon suffer cognitive issues.
“The president does not drink, the president most certainly does not do drugs. The president is a sharp as a tack,” according to Trump insider Roger Stone, who talked to his own sources in addition to the sources who spoke to Infowars. “…I have now heard, not from one but two different sources, that he seemed disoriented and was slurring his speech in conversations.”
“To me this is a tip-off that he may be medicated. Is [Chief of Staff] Gen. Kelly above this? No.”
Consequently, Kelly pressured Trump’s decades-long bodyguard, Keith Schiller, to resign from the White House, a troubling development given Schiller’s personal dedication to the president’s well-being.
“With a loyalist like Schiller no longer standing next to the president, incapacitating him would be relatively easy,” Stone pointed out.
For the past several months, the mainstream media has been pushing a narrative that Trump should face impeachment over “mental instability,” a media angle that was discussed in private meetings amongst anti-Trump reporters.
Similarly, the American Psychoanalytic Association is trying to do away with the long-standing Goldwater rule which stops psychologists from “diagnosing” public figures they have not examined in person, as Infowars reported on July 26.
“We don’t want to prohibit our members from using their knowledge responsibly… since Trump’s behavior is so different from anything we’ve seen before,” said Dr. Prudence Gourguechon, a psychiatrist in Chicago.
And in August, Democratic Representative Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) introduced a bill that would force the President to submit to a psychological evaluation.