Pshyco Dem Drugged His Adopted Daughter To Cure Special Needs

By Gil Cohen | Sunday, 14 August 2022 16:45
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Retired Navy Vice Admiral Mike Franken, the Democratic candidate challenging incumbent Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, in November, discussed moving his adopted "special needs girl" around the world and "fixed her up" in a video shared with Fox News Digital.

The video demonstrates Franken at a campaign meet and greet in Emmetsburg, Iowa, Aug. 6, where he briefly discussed his family life.

"Wife, two kids," Franken states in the video. "Adopted a special needs girl, drugged her around the world, fixed her up. [She's] now a quasi-working adult. That's what we want in life."

It's unclear what Franken meant by stating he "fixed" his adopted daughter. His campaign did not immediately reply to Fox News Digital's request for comment.

Franken served in the Navy from 1978 until his retirement in 2017, achieving the rank of vice admiral. According to his biography, his family moved all over the globe throughout his career, and struggled at times to find care for his child.

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"As the father of a child with disabilities, he has seen how inconsistent care can be in years where he was transferred 17 different times," Franken's campaign website states. "She would have great support in one community and the next there would be no support."

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Franken usually mentions his daughter in campaign materials and interviews when discussing education matters or calling for health care reform — which he states should copy the military's health care system for all Americans.

"I think we oughta have the type of healthcare that I had in 40 years in the military. So did my family," Franken explained to Iowa PBS in June. "That permitted us to live this full and really committed life. Preventive, dental, sight. Even for a special needs daughter. However it mutates into use the various words, the Medicare for all, the single payer, universal, et cetera. However it may become, that's what every American deserves. We will be a more efficient and a healthier population if we take a clue from the U.S Military and just copy the type of healthcare they provide."

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Franken served in the Navy from 1978 until his retirement in 2017, achieving the rank of vice admiral. According to his biography, his family moved all over the globe during his career, and he sometimes struggled to find care for his child.

Franken often mentions his daughter in campaign materials and interviews when discussing education matters or calling for health care reform — which he states should copy the military's health care system for all Americans.

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