What’s the best question you’ve heard this week? How about: “Why can’t people walk to a major medical center and get high quality outpatient treatment?”
Who asked this question? None other than Doctor Peter A. McCullough in a recent interview at America Can We Talk .
I have to agree. In 2020 I heard the same frightening story involving eight people. They were so sick they felt as if they could not breathe. So they headed to a hospital emergency room where they stayed a couple of hours and were sent home with no drugs, no nutraceuticals and no real instructions. None of them even received a follow-up call. However, they all received a substantial bill following their visit. No treatment offered? No help provided? What was happening? Then I found compassionate doctors treating COVID-19. Why aren’t there more? I’m not sure I know.
Then I listened to a few interviews with Dr. McCullough. In his latest conversation with “America Can We Talk,” he was particularly insightful. Here are a few tidbits from the interview:
- The majority of people now have a less than one percent chance of getting COVID-19. Which means the most public health impact any vaccine could have is one percent.
- As long as the COVID-19 “vaccination” is in EUA status, advertisement campaigns do not have to be balanced. No risks associated with the drug need to be disclosed. No fast-talking message about all the side effects are part of the advertising spots. Just happy pictures with happy people getting a shot.
- Dr. McCullough after recommending 70% of his patients get the shot, no longer broadly recommends the COVID-19 “vaccination,” until we learn more about vaccine safety.
- The biologic protein produced from the shot circulates within your bloodstream for two weeks following the injection according to a Harvard study. No other vaccination on the market has a protein circulating in your bloodstream for that long.
- CDC rarely mentions Lily and Regeneron treatments, yet these monoclonal antibody treatments have proven successful.
- The federal government made a big gamble, spending approximately $500 billion on the “vaccines” and almost zero on developing home treatments or treatment protocols.
- Major iconic institutions have yet to provide home treatment protocols. Not Mayo. Not Harvard. There’s a “lapse of intellectual fire power.”
- “Why are people going out of their way to hurt other people with COVID-19?” Dr. McCullough explains that pharmacists are questioning and blocking doctors prescribing antivirals, as well as other drugs for the treatment of COVID-19.
More and more doctors are now treating COVID-19 symptoms with an early treatment multi-drug protocol. Why do we care if we have all these vaccinations? Because we have a lot to learn from our experiences of this last 17 months.
The next time some new disease comes along, and we have no established treatment protocols, let’s make sure the doctors start treating early using past experiences and clinical data. We can do much better than succumbing to fear, watching patients become seriously ill and die, while we wait for a vaccine, rushed through development with limited safety and efficacy data.
Let’s prepare for the next unknown disease with safe, early treatment protocols.