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There were a lot of really silly, absurd things that went down during the COVID pandemic. Sadly, a lot of us learned rather quickly that many of our so-called esteemed experts are actually nothing more than politically biased babbling buffoons. Who can forget the laughable “restaurant Covid rule,” where you had to wear a mask when you entered and exited the building, but while seated, you could remove the mask. Huh? So, COVID germs don’t travel above restaurant booths and tables?
None of it made any sense, but if you complained about the stupidity of it all, you were quickly chastised by the elites, because community goals matter, and trust the science, and bla bla bla, okay bigot?
Another humdinger were the “COVID crop circles.” Remember those? Apparently, if you stayed in your “safe circle” the COVID germs wouldn’t get you, even outside, in a park. Amazing!
Again, science, folks. Just shut up and trust it, okay?
There was no shortage of silly, unserious propaganda being pushed in order to keep the COVID fear train rolling, but not all of it was a laughing matter. Things took an even darker and deadlier turn when the government came out full-throttle to slam and discredit, any talk of medications that could quickly heal COVID victims and save lives.
Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and Ivermectin were two medications the government targeted with nasty, untruthful smear campaigns. Who remembers when the FDA pretended Ivermectin was only used as “horse medication,” and mocked “ya’ll” who were using it?
You are not a horse. You are not a cow. Seriously, y'all. Stop it. https://t.co/TWb75xYEY4
— U.S. FDA (@US_FDA) August 21, 2021
The only person in the U.S. government who was seriously promoting these medicines as possible “cures” for COVID, was President Trump. And every time Trump talked about HCQ and Ivermectin, Fauci was waiting in the wings ready to “debunk” him with quickness.
So, why was the government so hell-bent on shutting down any talk about alternate medications to treat COVID? Most of us know it has something to do with the vaccine and Big Pharma’s money, but it actually gets even more sinister and evil than just that.
Robert Kennedy Jr. appeared on Megyn Kelly’s podcast, where he explained the real reason why Fauci, CDC, and FDA fought so hard to discredit HCQ and Ivermectin.
Here’s what Robert said:
“Tony Fauci’s problem is this: there’s a little known federal law that says, ‘You cannot give an emergency use authorization to a vaccine if there is any medication approved for any purpose that is shown effective against the target disease.’ So if Tony Fauci or anybody had admitted that hydroxychloroquine or ivermectin are effective against COVID, it would have been illegal for them to give the emergency use authorization to the vaccines and they could have never gotten them approved, and a 200 billion dollar enterprise would have collapsed.”
.@RobertKennedyJr Explains Why Fauci Had Such a Problem With Early Treatment
"Tony Fauci's problem is this: there's a little known federal law that says, 'You cannot give an emergency use authorization to a vaccine if there is any medication approved for any purpose that is… https://t.co/pkGCKjSqqE pic.twitter.com/qffF1BIWDU
— The Vigilant Fox ? (@VigilantFox) March 6, 2023
Sadly, thanks to hysterical political bias, greed, and total corruption, our “experts,” government, and media have lost all credibility, and the trust of the American people. Maybe it’s time to start over and rebuild everything from the ground up?
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