Front Line Doctors Speak Out ON COVID Cures and Misinformation, July 27, 2020
Everywhere I went trying to access this video, had either already had the video taken down, or would have a cautionary asterisk at the top of the story, and would only provide a small excerpt of the transcript, not the actual video itself. I’ve really never seen anything quite like this to be honest.
And all over what? A group of distinguished licensed physicians holding a press conference in an attempt to get the truth about CV-19 out to the public? Undermining the months of lies and hysteria-inducing rhetoric that the mainstream media has been relentlessly spewing about a made up pandemic?
We can’t have that, now can we? So are they claiming that those 300 patients that one Doctor treated, with a 100% success rate, did not actually happen and she just got lucky or it was all just a figment of her imagination? We better defer to Stephanie Ruhle for the real truth. We know she & MSNBC have our best interests in mind.
If your still listening to the mainstream media in any way, shape or form, then there is nothing more I can do for you.
Below is a sampling of their panic laden attempts to undo all the damage that the truth did to their fraudulent narrative that they have spent months fabricating.
I knew the lengths of their despicability was endless, but damn, this is just atrocious human behavior.
- A Breitbart video containing dangerous coronavirus misinformation was allowed to go viral on Facebook before it was removed.
- Those in the video claim that the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine is “a cure for Covid” and “you don’t need a mask” to slow the spread of coronavirus.
- The claims are in contrast to the advice from public health officials to prevent the spread of the virus.
A video featuring a group of doctors making false and dubious claims related to the coronavirus was removed by Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube after going viral online Monday.
The video, published by the right-wing media outlet Breitbart News, featured a group of people wearing white lab coats calling themselves “America’s Frontline Doctors” staging a press conference in front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.
A video featuring a group of doctors making false and dubious claims related to the coronavirus was removed by Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube after going viral online on July 27, 2020. In this photo illustration, a pack of Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate medication is held up on March 26, 2020 in London, United Kingdom.