Wednesday, May 02, 2018

The Bornstein Raid: Finasteride, "A Good Reason Why Trump Is Crazy"


Mark Foley's husband, Layne Nisenbaum, was one of the most celebrated celebrity cosmetic surgeons in Florida and for many years one of his clients was-- yes, you guessed it-- Señor Trumpanzee. His practice was built on making elderly Palm Beach socialites look middle-aged. After he died in 2012, Foley sold the business to some shysters and an old friend of mine came in to clean up the mess. That's how we found out that Trump snorts chopped up Adderall and not cocaine like many people assumed while watching him sniffling incessantly during the debates. It was in Nisenbaum's office that Trump learned about chopped up and snorting the Adderall. It was not in the office of Harold Bornstein, his personal New York doctor. (And, yes, Trump dictated the letter to Bornstein about "Trump's great health" that Bornstein released to the public. Now Bornstein says the letter was a joke. Ha, ha, ha.)

Yesterday NBC was reporting that Trump sent three men to raid Bornstein's office in February right after Trump's sparsely attended inauguration and seize all the Trumpanzee health records. Trump sent his mobster bodyguard, Keith Schiller, along with Alan Garten the top Trump Organization attorney and another "large" enforcer to Bornstein's office.
The incident, which Dr. Harold Bornstein described as a "raid," took place two days after Bornstein told a newspaper that he had prescribed a hair growth medicine for the president for years.

In an exclusive interview in his Park Avenue office, Bornstein told NBC News that he felt "raped, frightened and sad" when Keith Schiller and another "large man" came to his office to collect the president's records on the morning of Feb. 3, 2017. At the time, Schiller, who had long worked as Trump's bodyguard, was serving as director of Oval Office operations at the White House.

"They must have been here for 25 or 30 minutes. It created a lot of chaos," Bornstein said, who described the incident as frightening.

A framed 8x10 photo of Bornstein and Trump that had been hanging on the wall in the waiting room now lies flat under a stack of papers on the top shelf of Bornstein's bookshelf. Bornstein said the men asked him to take it off the wall.

Bornstein said he was not given a form authorizing the release of the records and signed by the president known as a HIPAA release-- which is a violation of patient privacy law. A person familiar with the matter said there was a letter to Bornstein from then-White House doctor Ronny Jackson, but didn't know if there was a release form attached.

Bornstein said the original and only copy of Trump's charts, including lab reports under Trump's name as well as under the pseudonyms his office used for Trump, were taken.

...Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that taking possession of medical records was "standard operating procedure for a new president" and that it was no accurate to characterize what happened as a "raid."

"Those records were being transferred over to the White House Medical Unit, as requested," said Sanders.

Bornstein said that Trump cut ties with him after he told the New York Times that Trump takes Propecia, a drug for enlarged prostates that is often prescribed to stimulate hair growth in men. Bornstein told the Times that he prescribed Trump drugs for rosacea and cholesterol as well.

The story also quotes Bornstein recalling that he had told Rhona Graff, Trump's longtime assistant, "You know, I should be the White House physician."

After the story ran on February 1, 2017, Bornstein said Graff called him and said, "So you wanted to be the White House doctor? Forget it, you're out.'"

Two days after the story ran, the men came to his office.

"I couldn't believe anybody was making a big deal out of a drug to grow his hair that seemed to be so important. And it certainly was not a breach of medical trust to tell somebody they take Propecia to grow their hair. What's the matter with that?"

Bornstein said he is speaking out now after seeing reports that Ronny Jackson, who has allegedly been called "the candy man" for loosely prescribing pain medications as White House doctor, will not return to his post after being considered to run the Department of Veterans Affairs.

"This is like a celebration for me," he said.

Jackson has denied improperly prescribing drugs.

Bornstein, 70, had been Trump's personal doctor for more than 35 years.

During Trump's presidential campaign, Bornstein wrote a letter declaring "unequivocally" that Trump would be the healthiest president in history. He called Trump's health "astonishingly excellent." The Trump campaign released the letter in December 2015.

Bornstein told NBC News in 2016 that he wrote the note in just five minutes while a limo sent by the candidate waited outside his office.

Asked how he could justify saying Trump would be the healthiest president ever, Bornstein said, "I like that sentence to be quite honest with you and all the rest of them are either sick or dead."
So, I called my friend who had been running Nisenbaum's old office to find out if there was any more to this. He has no interest in politics and I'd be surprised if he was certain if Trump was even a Republican or a Democrat.

"Trump," he told me, "is on finasteride... While on it it can make you psychotic, just google post finasteride syndrome. I was lucky enough to design a protocol to bring me back to normalcy; many don’t.

Click on the table so you can see why Trump acts so whack

"That’s why Trump is so bloated-- it causes bloating. And he is on cialis that’s why his face is red. As far as finasteride (aka propecia), it really causes lots of mental and psychological and emotional issues. Trouble sleeping, emotional out bursts, depression, anxiety, paranoia.

"It causes brain fog, I have a friend who failed out of law school because of it. That’s why since I quit I became so much more successful; it was ruining me. I would still be bad off if I hadn’t discovered hormonal protocols to reverse it. I am lucky as it doesn’t work on most guys.

"Robin Williams was on the same drug and so was Michael Jackson. That’s a good reason why Trump is crazy."



At 4:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is the CIA running MKULTRA when they are needed? Trump would be a perfect test subject for them.

At 7:20 PM, Anonymous Hone said...

Well, Trump sure gave the impression he was on something when he did that 30 minute rant on Fox. He was absolutely manic.

This drug does explain some of his behavior. Only some though, but a great deal to be concerned about. So now we are stuck with another concern about Trump. A growing list. The concerns are exhaustive and exhausting.

He is one dangerous bully.

At 8:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The drug 'splains the manic episodes, maybe.

But he's been a lying amoral racist moron asshole grifting sex predator his entire life. The drugs might only be making him hyper and weirder than normal.

And we elected that pig flop to permanently despoil the white man's house. only in America.

At 8:04 AM, Blogger Robert Welain said...

I'm sure that you guys have to read this article too. Come on, don't waste time!


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