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This week’s McCullough Report has some wonderful excerpts from Tucker Carlson’s FoxNation interview with Dr. Peter McCullough on the COVID-19 pandemic and crisis response. Tucker seemed genuinely surprised at the relatively simple but large oblivion on early medical therapy for COVID-19. How could our public health agency staffers have overlooked such a huge and vital component to any pandemic response? How could they have let so many patients suffer to the point of asphyxia and hospitalization?
Tucker Carlson came to understand that this has not been an error of omission, but a very intentional, suppression of compassionate care to patients to prepare the population for mass vaccination.
We lead off with our first guest Dr. David Scheim, Ph.D., who is a brilliant former NIH scientist who has been a key worldwide driver on the use of ivermectin, an intracellular anti-infective drug, against COVID-19. David has linked countries in South America and Mexico to the US and Japan in his efforts to study the use of this drug in both prophylaxis and acute treatment.
Remarkably, this drug has uses in preventing COVID-19, early ambulatory treatment, and in-patient use in critically ill patients. It is clear that all countries need this important drug in protocols to manage the crisis. We reviewed several cases where families in the US have found out about ivermectin and asked their inpatient doctors to give it to sick, elderly patients with COVID-19.
Shockingly the doctors deny patients treatment with no rationale. The families have pressed the courts and received court orders to force the doctors and administrators to break their cruel nihilism and treat the patient as the patient and family wish. In all the cases thus far, the patients have recovered. Never has there been such horrific loss of compassion and honor of physicians at the hospital bedside in America.
Dr. Andy Bostom, MD, MSc, is a famed epidemiologist from the Framingham Heart Study who has redirected his academic efforts to the SARS-CoV-2 crisis. Dr. Bostom reviews the recall of the JNJ vaccine and its release back to the US market without safety modifications, and how the listener can gauge the risks and benefits of vaccination according to age and medical problems.
One should readily understand that appropriate vaccination is not everyone in the country, but rather a narrow band of seniors where the risks of a fatal COVID-19 infection are greater than hospitalization or death with the vaccine. So get on your walking shoes and earbuds and listen to this week’s issue of The McCullough Report.
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