Since winning the 2020 election, the Biden administration has put every resource they had at their disposal to fight the COVID-19 virus. Lockdown, social distancing, mask mandates, COVID-19 jab promotions. Incentives after programs, the Democrats battled on every front, listening to the advice of the famed doctor, Anthony Fauci. But as Laura Ingraham said on a recent taping of her show on Fox News, the Biden administration has been wrong countless times regarding COVID-19. Ingraham even detailed how public health officials continuously spread false information, yet people still listen to their advice. Wanting to understand why the host invited Dr. Peter McCullough and Dr. Jay Bhattacharya on the show to discuss the new documentary called Planet Lockdown.
In the documentary, experts revealed how the pharmaceutical companies pressed the World Health Organization to change the language around what makes a pandemic, a pandemic. Speaking in the documentary, German physician and epidemiologist, Wolfgang Wodarg, explained how the wording around the pandemic has led to the fear and hysteria surrounding COVID-19.
Speaking to Ingraham, Dr. McCullough pointed out how the curve for the Omicron variant is only ten days away with no new variants having been announced. Clearly showing signs that the pandemic might be coming to an end, Dr. McCullough desperately called for a second opinion for America and the world.
Adding to the segment, Dr. Bhattacharya discussed the Chief Scientist at WHO for suggesting the boosters should only be reserved for those who are most vulnerable. As the doctor explained, many governments around the world failed under the notion they could defeat the virus through social control and mandates. Dr. Bhattacharya admitted the best governments can do is protect those who are at higher risk.
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