Pharmaceutical Ad On Medicine For Trump Induced Anxiety Disorder

This clever, timely take on a typical pharmaceutical advertisement not only imagines a debilitating psychological disorder called T.I.A.D. (Trump Induced Anxiety Disorder) but also explains the fictitious drug doctors can use to treat it, called ‘Impeachara’.

Do you find yourself feeling depressed? Hopeless? Having trouble sleeping? Struggling with frequent panic attacks… irritability… constant arguments with family, friends… or friends of friends on Facebook …yelling at your phone or computer screen… and the constant urge to pull out your hair? If any of these sound familiar you may be suffering from T.I.A.D. (Trump-Induced Anxiety Disorder). Impeachara® is a prescription medication that may help alleviate many symptoms of T.I.A.D.

Money quote: “Order soon before you lose your health insurance.”

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