If you thought you were the only one with Trump-Induced Anxiety Disorder (TIAD), you're not. But now there's a "medical" solution. And no, it's not Zoloft™! Though I can say from experience that it helps.
Like any other pharmaceutical "drugs," Impeachara does have side effects. But you probably won't mind them. "Side-effects may include elation, the ability to focus on work and family again, and reconnecting with people you called ignorant fuck faces on social media," says the voice-over.
SIGN ME UP, NOW.
This spoof-ad, created by LA-based writer/director Sam Friedlander, has gone viral. And while I, too, am disappointed that I can't actually get my psychiatrist to prescribe this "drug" for me, just watching the ad has helped clear up some of that anxiety, at least until next time I read the news.
So next time you find yourself about to start screaming at your TV (or family members or strangers on Twitter or a driver with a "MAGA" bumper sticker), just say the word "impeachara" softly to yourself. I've had to do this twelve times today already. Folks, it works.