You know, when YouTube starts deleting, someone is right over the target. This is a 6-minute video. See the first comment for all the censorship news.Read more
Now ask yourself who benefits from this?Read more
"There is an ongoing battle to suppress Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), a cheap and effective drug for the treatment of Covid-19. The campaign against HCQ is carried out through slanderous political statements, media smears, not to mention an authoritative peer-reviewed “evaluation” published on May 22nd by The Lancet, which was based on fake figures and test trials.”
Especially for those viewers outside of the US who may not have access to much of the US news and chatter. You may also note the statements and actions of the World Health Organization (WHO) that the author did not include. The short version of all of this is that this is all about money and politics. Hydroxychloroquine is supposed to crawl off into a corner and die as a current treatment for COVID-19.Read more
Yes, this is a question some of us are asking. Why did all those grandmothers and grandfathers have to die? That of course leads to other questions. What is wrong with the CDC? What is wrong with our State Departments of Health? What is wrong with our healthcare systems? What is wrong with some of our Doc's? What is wrong with some of our pharmacists? Where did "do no harm" go?
What do you think? Why were those folks in nursing homes left as liberal roadkill?Read more
"A Henry Ford Health System study shows the controversial anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine helps lower the death rate of COVID-19 patients, the Detroit-based health system said Thursday. Officials with the Michigan health system said the study found the drug “significantly” decreased the death rate of patients involved in the analysis."Read more
"In this interview, Dr. Simone Gold and Dr. Dan Wohlgelernter discuss the country’s failure to protect the elderly from the coronavirus and also sort out information around Hydroxychloroquine."
The video is 28-minutes and there is a transcript. If you have been following us, you already know this. If you are new, we recommended you watch this. This is the kind of info the 'powers that be' do not want you to hear or know. Thanks to the Minnesota Sun.Read more
"UK regulators have approved the resumption of a global trial aimed at determining whether hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine are effective in preventing COVID-19 infections in healthcare settings, according to Reuters."Read more
"I wanted to trust Dr. Anthony Fauci. I really did. Early in the pandemic, I took the advice of Dr. Drew Pinsky and listened to what he said. Maybe I listened too closely. Lockdowns leave a person a lot of free time, and a Google machine and keyboard are an excellent way to pass the time."Read more
“The Food and Drug Administration said in a Monday letter that it has revoked its authorization for the emergency use authorization (EUA) governing the use of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine for the treatment of COVID-19. Of significant note, none of the studies cited include the use of zinc - which has been widely cited as the 'key' in which HCQ provides a tunnel into cells to halt virus replication.”
Are you smelling a rat yet? So, we are going to kill more Grandmothers in nursing homes?
UPDATE: We are going to leave our snarky comments up but now have a new opinion. The EUA apparently only applied to the Drugs donated to the National stockpile. This order was written by Dr. Rick Bright meant that the donated drugs could only be used in a hospital setting and not in an outpatient setting. Not all of the national stockpile is donated. Hence, wider outpatient use may now be permitted. So we apologize to the FDA for the snarky comments.
Also, note the first comment for additional information.Read more
“Both Evelyn and her husband Scott contracted the virus on March 20th after they took a trip to New Orleans. She made 13 trips to the emergency room since getting sick but found no relief. “Finally, we decided I have to get better, so we decided to leave Arkansas and get treatment elsewhere,” she said.”
State rules about hydroxychloroquine may be very restrictive. Do you still want bureaucrats running your healthcare?Read more