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Christina Cuomo Says She Took Clorox Bleach Baths to Combat Coronavirus

By Craig Bannister | April 24, 2020 | 12:16pm EDT
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Liberal media are eagerly spinning criticism of comments about the effects of bleach on COVID-19 made during President Donald Trump’s coronavirus update briefing Wednesday. But the wife of CNN Anchor Chris Cuomo says she bathed in Clorox, diluted, at the advice of her doctor, to combat the virus.

As CNSNews.com reported, at Wednesday’s briefing, a member of Trump’s team revealed that bleach has been found to be deadly to COVID-19, which left-wing media interpreted as an endorsement of bleach-therapy:

Bill Bryan, who leads the science and technology directorate at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, also said his team is studying which common disinfectants work best in killing COVID-19.

“We have tested bleach, we have tested isopropyl alcohol on the virus, specifically in saliva or respiratory fluids. I can tell you that bleach will kill the virus in five minutes, isopropyl alcohol will kill the virus in 30 seconds, and that is with no manipulation, no rubbing, just spraying it on and leaving it go.

“You rub it and it goes away even faster. We are also looking at other disinfectants specifically looking at the COVID-19 virus in saliva.”

Trump asked if there was is "a way to do something like that by injection":

"And then I see the disinfectant where it knocks it out in a minute, one minute. And is there a way we can do something like that by injection inside or almost a cleaning because you see it gets in the lungs and it does a tremendous number on the lungs so it would be interesting to check that."

Earlier in the week, Christina Cuomo wrote of her use of bleach baths to combat coronavirus. As Rolling Stone magazine reported on Wednesday.

Cristina Cuomo, wife of CNN anchor Chris Cuomo (and sister-in-law to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo), is the founder and CEO of a wellness publication called The Purist. So it is not exactly surprising that, following her own COVID-19 diagnosis, she would blog about her family’s coronavirus health and wellness regimens, which are replete with wellness buzzwords such as Ayurvedic diets and oxygenation and cleansing shakes and body charger devices .

In the actual blog, The Purist,  Mrs. Cuomo states:

"At the direction of my doctor, Dr. Linda Lancaster, who reminded me that this is an oxygen-depleting virus, she suggested I take a bath and add a tiny amount of bleach, and I mean a 1/4 cup of bleach which in an 80 gallon water tub is a ratio of 1:5000. Why? To combat the radiation and metals in my system and oxygenate it."

"As Dr. Lancaster said, “We want to neutralize heavy metals because they slow up the electromagnetic frequency of our cells, which is our energy field, and we need a good flow of energy. Clorox is sodium chloride -- which is technically salt. Clorox is made by introducing an electric current to water and sodium chloride (saline) creating sodium hypochlorite. There is no danger in doing this. It is a simple naturopathic treatment that has been used for over 75 years to oxygenate the cells."

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