Watch Trump ‘Check His Stash’ in Video That Has Everyone on Twitter Asking Questions
Donald Trump likes to say he is a “high energy” person, and anyone who is not Trump is almost immediately deemed “low energy”, like “low energy Jeb”.
Where does that energy come from though? A steady diet of McDonald’s Quarter Pounders? a 12-Pack of Diet Coke a day?
What if it was something else?
People on Twitter were alerted to video taken last week where Trump is seen taking a small bottle out of his pocket, checking it, and returning it to his pocket.
What could it be?
— Claude Taylor (@TrueFactsStated) May 6, 2019
Twitter had questions.
In closeups of his face look at his eyes. The pupils are often blown up big. Under brights lights at press conferences eyes normally dilate. Last week at his presser he was high, prob Adderal. Explains his long winded rants.
— Mike Parris (@mikeparris) May 6, 2019
Stash of Adderall?
— headsherpa (@Head_sherpa) May 6, 2019
What do you suppose it is? Pill bottle?
Coke is my guess.
— L. Carol Strong (@Stronglcaroll) May 7, 2019
Is that his Sudafed stash he grabbed? Is this the kind sold in Europe (not in America) that can make you rage & eye pupils enlarge for hours? I believe he snorts it. #addictstell
— #ImpeachDonaldTrump (@ohuhbubb) May 6, 2019
This wouldn’t be the first rumor about Trump using drugs.
A former staffer on The Celebrity Apprentice broke his NDA and spilled the beans on the Trump family. More specifically, he’s spilled the beans on the president himself.
Former talent handler and current stand up comic Noel Casler talked about working with Donald Trump on The Apprentice and his teen beauty pageants in the 90s.
According to Casler, Trump is a “speed freak” who snorts Adderall, which is something we didn’t know—and he’s also invited teen beauty pageants up to his suite, which we pretty much knew already.
Casler’s description of Trump’s behavior at beauty pageants is consistent with everything we’ve seen and heard already:
“I worked on a bunch of those beauty pageants he had in the nineties too. That was a good idea, Miss Teen Universe? Yeah, that’s like giving Jeffrey Dahmer a cooking show. He would line up the girls on the side of the stage, and he would inspect them literally, he would stick his little freaking doll fingers in their mouth and look at their teeth. I’m not kidding, this is true, he would line them up like they were pieces of meat. He’d be like, “You, you, and you, if you want to win I’m in the penthouse suite, come and see me.” Yep. If Trump had a cooking show they’d caught the douchebag diet. McDonald’s, chocolate ice cream, and girls that look like Ivanka are all he ever eats.”
Casler also claims that the president is a “speed freak,” “who crushes up his Adderall and he sniffs it because he can’t read, so he gets really nervous when he has to read the cue cards.”
“That’s why he’s sniffling when you see him during the debates…that’s why he’s tweeting…he’s out of his mind.”
Speed Freak pic.twitter.com/ZCkmIJqLBM
— Nick Dyer (@nicholasddyer) December 13, 2018
“I’m not kidding this is true. I had a 24-page NDA non-disclosure agreement, I didn’t know that he was becoming president, now it’s no way dumbass, I’m telling you everything I know,” Casler said.
This “speed freak” business is circulating on Twitter and people are saying that it would make a lot of sense.
In Spy magazine in 1992 we reported on his speed habit, documented by a copy of his 1980s medical records: “Have you ever wondered why Donald Trump has acted so erratically at times, full of manic energy, paranoid, garrulous?” https://t.co/QqFDdOrbIT https://t.co/OL5mDWRXHz https://t.co/xaeuDbu42H
— Kurt Andersen (@KBAndersen) December 13, 2018
Trump's sniffling & lack of sleep explained & verified in this video. Trump says he doesn't drink – doesn't need to on Speed. He must eat a lot to stay that fat. https://t.co/S8LWH7M1SP
— mwernst5 (@mwernst5) December 13, 2018
The guy tweets at 3am?
The guy who is barely coherent?
I, for one, am.shocked! ???????????????? https://t.co/dn7GyB5qwW
— WeeHalfPint (@weehalfpintt) December 13, 2018