Fauci Versus Frontline Doctors and Science: Pandemic Malpractice, by Joel S. Hirschhorn

Anthony Fauci is a hack and an opportunistic whore. From Joel S. Hirschhorn at unz.com:

Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., NIAID Director. Credit: Wikimedia Commons. CC BY 2.0

Americans suffer and die unnecessarily in this pandemic. Frontline doctors are ready and willing to use an effective at home/outpatient remedy. But they are being blocked because their medical freedom has been squashed. Dr. Anthony Fauci has ensured that the government only addressed the COVID-19 pandemic through contagion control and hospital treatment. Missing is what other nations have pursued: early home/outpatient treatment to keep people with symptoms and/or a positive test result out of hospital. Which is why they have much lower death rates.

Collusion between Fauci and leftist media block information and access to a hydroxychloroquine cocktail proven safe and effective by some courageous doctors offering home treatment. Countering his very positive image created by leftist media, this article digs deep into who Fauci really is and what he has done. Rather than following science and pursuing a complete public health strategy, he has seriously harmed Americans. He alone, it will be shown, accounts for at least half of deaths in the US.

1. The fight for HCQ based on good science is being defeated by Fauci controlled government and media bias against HCQ. He has killed medical freedom. Fauci biggest blunder, actually malpractice, is his emphasis on contagion control and hospitalized victims of the virus. He has stubbornly refused to acknowledge a mountain of evidence proving home, outpatient actions by doctors keeps people well and out of hospital. Here are examples of important data.

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One response to “Fauci Versus Frontline Doctors and Science: Pandemic Malpractice, by Joel S. Hirschhorn

  1. Where are the courts and AG’s? I would think this butt-head is or could be held responsible for the deaths of individuals based on what they have knowingly done, or is there a special exemption for that too?

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