On January 9th, Fox News host Maria Bartiromo had Republican Senator Ron Johnson and Dr. Pierre Cory on her show where Dr. Cory blasted the likes of Big Pharma and the CDC for having prevented Americans gaining access to accessible and effective treatments for COVID early on during the pandemic.

In Dr. Cory’s opinion, the government was putting the kibosh on readily available – and affordable – drugs that could’ve served as early life-saving treatments to simply pander to the pharmaceutical companies working on getting their “novel patented drugs” to be first in line as the go-to COVID treatment.

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“The tragedy, Maria, is that this entire pandemic, we have not had an early treatment recommended by the government because they’ve been waiting for the approvals of the novel patented drugs. And the two that just got approval – one study.

One and done with these pharmaceutical companies. And meanwhile, you have these generic drugs with dozens of studies and trials, and they don’t get approved. It is absolutely absurd. And these drugs that just got approved – one doesn’t work. India just canceled their order for it because they know it doesn’t work, and the other one is highly toxic.

And so, the absurdity and the tragedy and damage on the American people by a broken system. We need to fix this, where people are dying because they are denied highly effective, cheap, widely available drugs that do not present as obscene profits to the pharmaceutical companies.”

In response to Dr. Cory’s comments, Bartiromo commented, “That is disgusting! I know for a fact that hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin work to treat COVID.”

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