At Senator Ron Johnson’s hearing entitled “Covid-19: A Second Opinion,” infectious disease experts shared their thoughts on how America is handling Covid as compared to other nations. Listen to what some of these experts have to say. You may be shocked by what you hear.
Dr. Ryan Cole, M.D., said that vaccinated people are not only getting the Omicron variant, but are getting it at a higher rate than the unvaccinated, especially if they received 2 or 3 shots. He said, “this is why mandates are absolutely moot, irrelevant, and need to go away worldwide,” adding that “we know how to treat an upper respiratory infection” like the common cold.
Dr. Paul Alexander, Ph.D., cited the high risk of vaccinating people who have natural immunity from a previous bout with Covid. “Children should never get these vaccines,” Dr. Alexander said, noting that “properly informed consent has never occurred.”
Dr. Harvey Risch, M.D., the renowned Yale epidemiologist, denounced the mainstream media for failing to report the “very significant evidence of benefit” for both hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin, shown to reduce hospitalization and death by over 50% when used for early outpatient treatment. Dr. Risch criticized “outright fraud” by the FDA in using data from hospitalized patients to exaggerate the risks of these very safe medications in an outpatient setting.
Dr. Pierre Kory, M.D., a specialist in pulmonary critical care, cited evidence from Mexico, India, Brazil, and elsewhere that Covid was virtually eradicated by the early, widespread use of cheap ivermectin. Dr. Mary Bowden, M.D., an ear, nose, and throat specialist who, unlike Dr. Fauci, has personally treated many Covid patients, told how Houston Methodist Hospital was warehousing Covid patients with ineffective treatment while impeding early treatment.
These doctors make clear that early treatment is the key to battling Covid, but you won’t hear that from the lips of Dr. Fauci and his ilk. Disagreements within the medical community are common, especially when it comes to such novelties as Covid-19. These disagreements aren’t a bad thing. In fact, they are the very catalyst of scientific advancement. Don’t shut down the dialogue.