Newsweek and other outlets published politically-driven “fact-checks” that do not actually contradict the results of the American Journal of Medicine study.
There’s no way that even as recently as four years ago anyone would have predicted just how abysmally irresponsible the media would become by 2020.
Because of government intervention, ‘Physicians are afraid to speak out, they’re afraid to share their experiences of treatment. They’re afraid to prescribe HCQ.’
There are now 53 studies that show positive results of hydroxychloroquine in COVID-19 infections. So, why is the media still spreading misinformation?
Twitter and YouTube have removed a video of doctors discussing the success of hydroxychloroquine in treating COVID-19 patients.
A study of 96,000 patients indicting the benefits of hydroxychloroquine on coronavirus-stricken patients used to attack Trump has been retracted.
The FDA is reitterating the known side effects of hydroxychloroquine, so the New York Times doubles down on Trump’s dangerous “touting” of the drug.
Publisher Ben Domenech interviews Gov. Kristi Noem on how she is trusting South Dakotans to take personal responsibilty for their own health amidst the coronavirus.
“Free Press” filed a petition with the FCC to constrain public access to updates on the federal response to the ongoing public health pandemic.
Following Trump’s touting of anti-malaria drug as a potential ‘game changer’ in treating the coronavirus, several states instituted bans on using the anti-virals. Now they’re carving out reasonable exceptions.
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