The Peaceful Pill eHandbook President Trump & the Chloroquine Controversies
The endorsement of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine by US president Donald Trump, has led to a global surge in demand for these drugs. This demand has, in turn, severely limited their availability. In May 2020, Trump announced he was taking hydroxychloroquine to ‘ward of COVID-19’. The media surrounding Trump and chloroquine prompted Exit to calculate the specific lethal dose that would be required for someone with the president’s build.
At 110 Kgm, President Trump is overweight. His height is 188cm. This gives him a BMI of a little over 30 which is a technical classification of ‘obese’ (Note - he is not ‘morbidly obese’ as claimed by Nancy Pelosi in a CNN interview at the time).
The lethal dose of hydroxychloroquine for someone with body weight up to 100 Kgm is 12 gm. However, for each 10 Kgm over, 10% should be added to the dose. This means that 13.2gm of hydroxychloroquine (or 66 x 200 mg Plaquenil tablets), along with 3 x 10 mg tablets of metoclopramide, 4 x 200 mg of cimetidine and 3 x 30mg of oxazepam would be a suitable and effective life ending drug combination for the President, were he wishing to take the step of ending his life, reliably and peacefully.
President Trump is given details on the necessary hydroxychloroquine lethal dose