When it comes to COVID-19 and how the Biden administration believes the country should react, they continue to listen to the supposed wisdom of Dr. Anthony Fauci. From lockdown to mask mandates, Dr. Fauci has been at the forefront of the pandemic and how America responds. The only problem, throughout his entire time at the helm, COVID-19 continues to spread as lockdowns and masks were shown not to help, and even the miracle COVID-19 drug can’t stop it from spreading. But while the Biden administration continues to listen to Dr. Fauci, doctors like Peter McCullough are using science and facts to prove how COVID-19 can be treated and how the American government mishandled it.
In the video, which can be watched below, American Thought Leaders sit down with Dr. McCullough, an epidemiologist, cardiologist, and internist. The doctor goes into detail on the evidence presented by COVID-19 treatment and how one method was able to stop a COVID-19 outbreak in Bangladesh. It should also be noted that Dr. McCullough was the author of one of the first papers on COVID-19 outpatient treatments.
Dr. McCullough doesn’t just talk about treatments as he points out the evidence he is seeing on the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) and how many reports are directly due to the COVID-19 vaccines.
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