UPDATE: About an hour ago (10/18/2018) Paul Offit posted an apology on his Facebook page, for his comments about Barron Trump. What do you think? Is he sincere or did he just get caught? (Scroll down to see the original story.)
Yesterday afternoon we posted a clip of famous MD, Paul Offit, stating- without proof- that Trump’s youngest child was autistic (No matter what you think of the president, no one should be diagnosing a child they’ve never examined or even met, EVER). Well, below you will see a little more of that interview. Please take a moment to watch both and share them. Zdogg’s behavior with this family is foul.
Also below you can read more about the CEO of Zappos investing hundreds of millions in a project for Zdogg to run, that appears to have failed miserably.
(THE VIDEO STARTS OUT QUIETLY BUT JUST GIVE IT A MINUTE. IT WILL BLOW YOUR MIND AND INFURIATE YOU.)
Here’s the video of Paul Offit pronouncing Barron Trump as autistic. With zero proof. I hope the Trumps make him retract, they’ve done it before:
“In 2012 Tony Hsieh invited Damania to visit Las Vegas, where Hsieh was in the process of investing $350 million of his own money in a project he hoped would revitalize Downtown Las Vegas (The Downtown Project). He was successful in convincing Damania to quit his job as Physician at Stanford and move his family to Nevada. Hsieh tasked Damania with “fixing Healthcare in Vegas”. Once in Las Vegas, Damania continued to produce videos both as ZDoggMD and himself while working on opening Turntable Health.
While conceiving of the idea for Turntable Health, Damania met Rushika Fernandopulle, co-founder and CEO of a Boston-based startup called Iora Health, who had become well known for his vision to rebuild healthcare by removing fee-for-service episodic payments from primary care, focusing on prevention, and using a membership model. The two forged a partnership.
Turntable Health, a direct primary care clinic in Downtown Las Vegas, was the result of their collaboration. It was based on a patient focused, preventative model that subscribers could either pay a monthly fee for, or have as part of their coverage in some cases. The clinic opened in December, 2013, and was an integral part of Hsieh’s Downtown Project of revitalizing Las Vegas and re-visualizing urban spaces. Turntable Health shut down as of January 31, 2017.” 1
Again, please share this with everyone you know. This type of behavior from MDs is disgusting and totally unacceptable.