Dr. Peter McCullough COVID Update

1 year ago

As in all cases, let me preface my comments with the statement that I am not a doctor. However, I do feel like part of my responsibility as your Senator is to bring you information from those doctors who have been working tirelessly over the past 18 months to fight the disease.

Today we have Dr. Peter McCullough, one of the most published physicians in the world. He has been at the forefront of the C battle since the beginning, and he is with us again, to give us a five-point update on what we now know that we did not know when the pandemic hit. According to Dr. McCullough:

1. Studies now show that C is not spread asymptomatically. If you are not showing symptoms, you are not spreading the disease.
2. We do not need to be testing asymptomatic individuals.
3. Natural immunity is robust, complete, and durable. If you have recovered from C, you do not need a vaccine, and in fact, 6 studies show that a vaccine can cause harm if you immunize after recovery.
4. C is treatable. Early treatment Monoclonal antibodies and other protocols like Hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin, Zinc, D3, and Budesonide, have been shown to be highly effective, but you must be prepared.
a. You should know the location and hours of infusion treatment centers before you need one.
b. Doctors are now better able to treat C at home with the therapeutics recommended by frontline doctors than they were in the beginning of the pandemic.
c. Don’t wait. Establish a relationship NOW with the doctor that treats you with these therapies before you actually need them!
5. Vaccines initially appeared good.
a. There now appears to be an excessive mortality rate with the vaccine.
b. Over 250,000 ER or doctor visits have been for treatment of adverse reactions to the vaccine.
c. Young people are more likely to go into the hospital for heart issues after a vaccine than they are to go to the hospital for C.

Join in and listen as Dr. McCullough shares his insights and sources for these five points. And, as always, be proactive in protecting your health.

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