Via Rush Limbaugh
You know what just popped up on the Drudge Report, folks? Here’s the headline: “Congressional Pharmacist Confessional.” There’s apparently a pharmacy that’s in a little residential-looking house near Capitol Hill, and they deliver prescriptions to members of Congress. They take ’em up there so members of Congress never have to go to drugstore. But that’s not the deal.
This guy says he is delivering Alzheimer’s medication to members of Congress. He’s not naming any names, but he says some of the people don’t even remember he was there the day before. I have not had a chance to read it. Those are just the three headlines and subheads on this. I just now saw it. We’ve got the Capitol Hill drugstore to go along with the Capitol Hill bank and the Capitol Hill post office.
Now there’s the Capitol Hill drugstore, and there’s a picture of it. It looks just like a little… It’s a white little clapboard house that is supposedly (laughing) near Capitol Hill, and the guy makes deliveries to members of Congress. He says that he delivers Alzheimer’s drugs (he doesn’t name names) and he says some of the people to whom he delivers don’t even remember that he was there the day before or the last time.
If House Speaker Paul Ryan comes down with the flu this winter, he and his security detail won’t be screeching off toward the closest CVS for his Tamiflu.
Instead, he can just walk downstairs and pick up the pills, part of a little-known perk open to every member of Congress, from Ryan and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell down to the newest freshman Democrat.
Nearly every day for at least two decades pharmaceutical drugs have been brought by the carload to the Capitol — an arrangement so under the radar that even pharmacy lobbyists who regularly pitch Congress on their industry aren’t aware of it.
The deliveries arrive at the secretive Office of the Attending Physician, an elaborate medical clinic where Navy doctors triage medical emergencies and provide basic health care for lawmakers who pay an annual fee of just over $600. Every one comes from Washington’s oldest community pharmacy, Grubb’s.
Mike Kim, the reserved pharmacist-turned-owner of the pharmacy, said he has gotten used to knowing the most sensitive details about some of the most famous people in Washington.
“At first it’s cool, and then you realize, I’m filling some drugs that are for some pretty serious health problems as well. And these are the people that are running the country,” Kim said, listing treatments for conditions like diabetes and Alzheimer’s.
“It makes you kind of sit back and say, ‘Wow, they’re making the highest laws of the land and they might not even remember what happened yesterday.’”
Well, that explains why Nancy Pelosi is bat-shit crazy.