Dr. Harvey Risch, a noted Yale epidemiologist, has accused White House coronavirus task force member Dr. Anthony Fauci of waging a "misinformation campaign" against the drug hydroxychloroquine, claiming the medication has shown consistently encouraging results in treating COVID-19 when used properly.
I will take the Yale epidemiologist over the life-long Washington D.C. Swamp Dweller every day of the week and twice on Sundays, thank you.
Hydroxychloroquine has been around for decades. We know what it does, how it does it and why. The fact that so many people are hysterically trying to get you to think that it doesn't work, despite the literal DECADES OF EVIDENCE we possess on it's use and function, can only be ascribed to malevolence in some form. Either they don't want people to get better (because then they can continue the lock-down and their iron-fisted control) or they don't want to allow a cheap, well-known drug to be the primary means of helping people (they want to sell you a very expensive drug/vaccine that they and their friends can get rich from selling).
In either case, the people trying to tell you that the drug doesn't work are evil.
I can forgive the stupid and ignorant. I cannot forgive the people who claim to be "experts", who I am told we should listen to because of their "expertise". Their continual denial of a successful drug cannot be motivated by ignorance, because they're the "experts", right? They KNOW STUFF! Except, they apparently don't. Either that, or they're evil people who want more Americans to die.