New Randy Rainbow Video-A SPOONFUL OF CLOROX – A Randy Rainbow Song Parody

As Covid-19 continues its path of destruction across the country and across the world, some have become desperate in seeking a magic pill that would stop the disease in it’s tracks.

That includes you know who. He is not a doctor, nor is he a scientist. But yet, he continues to peddle various forms of snake oil as a cure.

His first recommendation was hydroxychloroquine. When that proved to be false, his next (and most recent) recommendation was ingesting (either orally or via injection) Lysol or another household cleaning disinfectant. The facial expression of Dr. Deborah Birx when this comment was made says it all.

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Randy Rainbow released his new video this morning. Entitled “A SPOONFUL OF CLOROX – A Randy Rainbow Song Parody“, the song is based on A Spoonful of Sugar from the 1964 movie Mary Poppins.

In times of crisis, a wise leader relies on more than their knowledge or experience. They rely on the expertise of others, especially those who are knowledgeable in that particular field.

But you know who is not known for being wise.

Add it to the list of reasons for kicking him out of the White House in November.

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One response to “New Randy Rainbow Video-A SPOONFUL OF CLOROX – A Randy Rainbow Song Parody

  1. I’ve been in the pharmacy business for 14 years now, and the amount of bullshit I have to field because he’s running his mouth is exasperating. Every time he steps behind the podium makes me happier I’m crossing the border at some point in the next few months. I can’t leave the planet, I may as well leave the country.

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