Last night/This morning.
US President Donald Trump claimed Dr. Anthony Fauci (top left), director of the American National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has misled the country on hydroxychloroquine.
He also retweeted a speech by Dr Stella Immanuel (above) on the steps of the US Capitol Hill claiming the malaria drug is a ‘cure for the virus’.
The video was taken down by Twitter citing misinformation regulations after Trump shared it with his 84 million followers
Via Mail Online:
Trump retweeted a post that claimed Dr.Fauci is leading the country in the wrong direction by refusing to endorse the use of the anti-malaria drug in combating COVID-19.
Dr Immanuel slammed ‘fake doctors’ who doubt the efficacy of the drug, and claimed it’s a ‘cure’, adding ‘you don’t need a mask.’
‘If some fake science comes out and says we’ve done studies and they found out that it doesn’t work, I can tell you categorically it’s fake science,’ she said.
‘I want to know who’s conducted that study and who’s behind it. Because there is no way I have treat 350 patients and counting and nobody is dead,’ she said on how she allegedly treated patients with hydroxychloroquine along with zinc, and Zithromax.
I double dog dare y’all give me a urine sample. pic.twitter.com/Xe0U09W9Pl
— Stella Immanuel MD (@stella_immanuel) July 27, 2020
Dr Simone Gold expresses significant concern about governors infringing upon the doctor-patient relationship, & says that politicians should not be restricting doctors from prescribing hydroxychloroquine.
“We were threatened…. This has never happened before in medicine.” pic.twitter.com/ou0YLTTCwg
— Mike Coudrey (@MichaelCoudrey) July 28, 2020