ALERT! Pandemic, Plandemic, or Both?
Where might America be today had these studies been taken seriously by the government doctors?
The notion that Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) could be a safe, inexpensive, readily-available, and effective drug to mitigate the effect of SARS-CoV-1 provoked efforts to discredit and silence those who supported that hypothesis.
As the debate between HCQ and Remdesivir progressed, the potential benefits of HCQ were supported by credible scientists and medical organizations, forcing the NIH to test HCQ.
When Trump announced he’d been taking a regime of HCQ, it enhanced the tempo and temperature of the debate.
The likely end of Remdesivir considered as an effective treatment of patients with severe SARS-CoV-2 opened the way for a replacement drug to emerge from another lab.
The Lancet, a nearly 200-year old British medical journal, stated that no antiviral drug has yet been proven effective for patients with severe SARS-CoV-2.
Those pushing Remdesivir, until its wheels came off, either ignored or downplayed scholarly studies favorable to HCQ. And, in some cases, ridiculed those who took them seriously.
When pro-HCQ videos posted on YouTube, the site’s Though Police deleted them and substituted the ominous dark screen above.
The pushback began with Dr. Judy Mikovits.
“Judy Anne Mikovits (born 1957 or 1958) is a former American research scientist who is known for her discredited medical claims, such as that murine endogenous retroviruses are linked to chronic fatigue syndrome. She has been described as an anti-vaccination activist and a promoter of conspiracy theories, and has been accused of scientific misconduct. She has made several false claims about vaccines, COVID-19, and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS)…In 2020, Mikovits promoted conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 pandemic via the internet video Plandemic, which made claims that are either false, or not based on scientific evidence.”
No bias there.
Her video (26 min) was nearing four million views on YouTube when the site’s Thought Police pulled it and replaced it with the screen above. You weren’t allowed to watch it. BTW, Mikovits is not a fan of the Wizard of SARS, Dr. Tony Fauci.
Now Mikovits has a shorter (10-min) video on YouTube. It’s not at the shutdown level, yet. Nor is it as thorough as the initial version.
After Mikovits came Professor Dolores Cahill, an even more formidable contrarian to the approved federal medical meme. Cahill’s a full professor at University College, Dublin, Ireland, in the College of Medicine. According to her bio on the university site, she is “a world-wide renowned expert in high-throughput proteomics technology development and automation, high content protein arrays and their biomedical applications, including in biomarker discovery and diagnostics.”
Professor Dolores Cahill, “Prof. Cahill pioneered this research area at the Max-Planck-Institute of Molecular Genetics in Berlin, Germany, and holds several international patents in this field with research, biomedicine and diagnostic applications.
Over 20 years expertise in high-throughput protein & antibody array, automation, proteomics technology development & biomedical applications in biomarker discovery, diagnostics & personalised medicine.
Since 2005 to present, Full Professor of Translational Science, School of Medicine, University College Dublin, Academic, Researcher, Lecturer, Module Coordinator in Pathology Teaching, School of Medicine & Conway Institute o 15 years as Irish, EU & international expert & advisor including Seconded National Expert to European Commission.
Company Co-founder & Shareholder (1997-2019) of Protagen AG in Germany (https://protagen.com/). Protagen Protein Services (2012-2019) contract services to healthcare sector & pharmaceutical industry (https://protagenproteinservices.com/).
Since 2016, co-founding shareholder and Advisory Board member of Prof. Stephen Pennington’s UCD School of Medicine/Conway Institute spin-out company, Atturos Ltd. working to improve Prostate Cancer diagnosis.
Prof. Cahill has a total of over 5,940 Citations, H (Hirsh)-index of 35, i10-index of 48.”
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Google “Dolores Cahill” and the first item up is a BusinessInsider.com article. It notes that it took 7 days for Facebook and YouTube to pull her 67 min. video.
Sharyl Attkisson: The Thought Police had more trouble erasing former CBS reporter Sharyl Attkisson’s video at Full Measure News. She examines the potential benefits of HCQ and suggests financial interests of its detractors may be in play. (She may have left CBS News because Ms. Attkisson is a real, live, actual investigative reporter.)