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McCullough Responds to Biden’s Dark Winter on The Ingraham Angle
President Joe Biden threatened a dark and deadly winter for the unvaccinated. Dr. McCullough stepped in for the nation and on national TV Fox News with anchor Jesse Watters and gave a resounding message of hope, joy, and compassion in our care and concern for those with COVID-19, whether they are vaccinated or not. Here is the excerpt from that interview below:
My next guest recently went on Joe Rogan’s podcast to unveil what he thinks is really going on. Joining me now is Dr. Peter McCullough, an epidemiologist based in Dallas, Texas. So Doctor, what is going on?
PETER MCCULLOUGH, MD, MPH, INTERNIST: Well, what we’ve seen is a focus on lockdowns, masks, and then really a giant focus on vaccines and what’s been left out is treatment. We know when sick patients are treated early. We reduce the period of infectivity from 14 days down to three or four days. That’s what happened in Joe Rogan’s case.
Joe Rogan got state-of-the-art treatment with nutraceutical supplements, monoclonal antibodies, ivermectin, steroids. He was over it in basically three or four days. And Joe reviewed that with me. I told him, Listen, that’s the protocol I drew up for America and for the world last year.
Sadly, what’s happened is, we’ve actually had a chilling effect on early treatment – a chilling effect on hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin. We have not had any featuring of monoclonal antibodies in the national discussion, nor any focus on steroids, anti-inflammatories, high-quality drugs like Colchicine, shown in the largest clinical trial of COVID-19 to reduce hospitalization and death.
And now we have new therapies from Merck and from Pfizer that we will use in treating patients. Patients really – when they’re sick, they don’t want to hear anything about vaccines. And whether they’re vaccinated or not, they want early treatment.
WATTERS: Ye. The COVID pills, a lot of people like pills better than needles. I can count myself as one of those people. So you see how the President’s tried to vax his way out of this thing. Now, he’s trying to test his way out of this thing. Do you think testing your way out of this winter is going to be an effective strategy?
MCCULLOUGH: We have plenty of tests. And right now, I have patients in my practice getting tests on a daily basis. They’re widely available. We just need to make sure the cycle threshold limit is less than 28, following the CDC standards. We have antigen testing, home testing.
And I agree with you, I think if we pour more tests into households, we’re going to end up with just more asymptomatic false positives. The tests should only be used in acutely sick people as a diagnostic aid in making the diagnosis of COVID-19.
WATTERS: So this is a guy who hid during the pandemic in his basement. And then he went from the basement to the White House and his mandate fired all the essential workers who were working, while he was hiding in his basement. Says, he’s a Catholic guy and then tells who can go to Christmas with their family or not.
Do you think he has any credibility as a messenger left with the American people on COVID-19?
MCCULLOUGH: We heard the darkest message I think ever Americans have heard before the holidays about a long and deadly winter for the unvaccinated. And I have to tell you, my message for America is one that’s positive, it’s joyous.
We’ve learned so much about COVID-19. Our treatment of COVID-19 is causing large numbers of individuals to avoid the hospital, avoid death, recover and then have natural immunity. It’s a very positive story as we’re working our way through the pandemic. Americans have suffered enough. And in my view, they don’t need a strong negative message moving into the holiday.
WATTERS: That’s a great message. And I think everybody should take that to heart, except it’s hard to absorb that type of positive message when you have fearmongers on CNN, like this doctor, who says he wants to form a task force to attack the unvaxxed.
PETER HOTEZ, TEXAS CHILDREN’S PEDIATRICIAN: Empty science aggression is now probably one of the leading killers of young adults in the United States. What they’ve got to do is create an interagency task force that brings in Homeland Security, the Commerce Department, the Justice Department. We have to bring in the State Department and really take a hard look at how we dismantle the anti-vaccine, anti-science empire.
WATTERS: The anti-science empire. Going to get Homeland Security involved, Doctor.
MCCULLOUGH: You know, all doctors do is, we weigh out the risks and benefits, all forms of therapies and vaccines have risks and benefits. And I think those who are proposing the vaccines need to give a fair balanced review. We should have had it on a monthly basis on what are the risks and the benefits of the vaccines, how are they doing?
And to give Americans actually an intelligent choice in terms of whether or not they take a vaccine. But it’s exactly that. The choice of a therapy as always belongs to the individual. We cannot have that circle of medical freedom broken by external forces.
WATTERS: I couldn’t agree more. Thank you so much. Dr. McCullough.
Despite the return of masks, mandates, travel bans and colleges locking down, even professional sports canceling games, Biden wants you to believe we’re not taking a huge backward step as a country.
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