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VIDEO – DOCTOR – PHARMACIES REFUSING TO FILL HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE PRESCRIPTIONS

Tuesday, May 19th, 2020

 

There is  really something very sinister going on regarding Hydroxychloroquine.   Please share.     Nancy
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The Ingraham Angle 5-14-20 – Dr. Lozano segment -Hydroxychloroquine

Laura Ingraham interviews a Texas doctor about her experience in treating Covid patients with hydroxychloroquine, and the CVS and Walgreens pharmacies refusing to fill her life saving scripts
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TRUMP TAKING HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE TO PREVENT CORONAVIRUS INFECTION

Monday, May 18th, 2020

 

Trump says he’s taking drug hydroxychloroquine to prevent coronavirus infection

The president said the drug was prescribed by the White House physicians

Last Updated:
May 18, 2020 – 5:21pm

 

President Trump said Monday that’s he takes the drug hydroxychloroquine as a preventive measure for the coronavirus.

The drug has long been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of malaria and other diseases but is only approved by the agency on an emergency basis to treat the coronavirus.

Frontline workers, many, many are are taking it,” Trump said. “I happen to be taking it.”

The president said he has a prescription for the drug from White House physicians. He also said that he’s taking it in combination with zinc.

“All I can tell you is so far I seem to be OK,” said Trump, who said he’s been taking the drug for about one or two weeks.

Results about whether the drug can help coronavirus patients still remains unclear.

Trump’s surprise announcement has raised some concern about a run on the drug.

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PROTECTIVE LINK BETWEEN VITAMIN D AND COVID 19

Wednesday, May 13th, 2020

 

This information was sent to me this morning from Mary Carter, one of our conservative ladies.  Mary received this information from Dr. B Todd Granger, her physician, regarding the  protective role vitamin D may play with  Covid-19.  Please share with others .   Nancy  

———- Forwarded message ———
From: <reminders@drchrono.com>
Date: Tue, May 12, 2020, 6:09 PM
Subject: Dr. B. Todd Granger: Transcript of Dr. Manson’s video presentation

Dear Mary Carter,

I’ve discovered that the link opens up Dr. Manson’s video presentation on vitamin D and protection against COVID-19 only if you have an account with Medscape. Here is the transcript of her presentation in its entirety. My apologies for the odd formatting that occurred in copying and pasting the transcript.

Hello. This is Dr JoAnn Manson, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
I’d like to talk with you about vitamin D and COVID-19. Is there potentially a protective role?
We’ve known for a long time that it’s important to avoid vitamin D
deficiency for bone health, cardiometabolic health, and other purposes.
But it may be even more important now than ever. There’s emerging and
growing evidence that vitamin D status may be relevant to the risk of
developing COVID-19 infection and to the severity of the disease.
Vitamin D is important to innate immunity and boosts immune function
against viral diseases. We also know that vitamin D has an
immune-modulating effect and can lower inflammation, and this may be
relevant to the respiratory response during COVID-19 and the cytokine storm that’s been demonstrated.
There are laboratory (cell-culture) studies of respiratory cells that
document some of these effects of vitamin D. There’s also evidence that
patients with respiratory infections tend to have lower blood levels of 25-hydroxy-vitamin D.
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TONY FAUCI AND THE TROJAN HORSE OF TYRANNY

Thursday, May 7th, 2020

 

THE ELITES

Tony Fauci and the Trojan horse of tyranny

Exclusive: W. Scott Magill, M.D., sees a ‘brilliantly engineered coordinated campaign’ against U.S.

William Scott Magill, M.D., is the executive director of Veterans in Defense of Liberty (ViDoL). He served with the United States Marine Corp. 1965-1971, with the United States Army Medical Corps 1981-1988, and with the Denver Police Dept. 1970-1976. He obtained his bachelors of Business Administration from the University of Denver, Masters of Health Care Administration Trinity University in San Antonio, and medical degree from The University of Health Sciences in Kansas City. Dr. Magill matriculated his residency in Ob/Gyn at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, and served as the Chief of Ob/Gyn at Irwin Army Hospital Ft. Riley Kansas. He was until recently a practicing obstetrician & Gynecologist in Springfield, Missouri, for 21 years.
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WOODSTOCK HAPPENED DURING A PANDEMIC AND NOBODY CARED

Wednesday, May 6th, 2020

 

I verified that there was a H3N2 pandemic in 1968 – 1969 and the CDC states  that 100,000 Americans died.    www.cdc.gov/flu/pandemic-resources/1968-pandemic.html

Nancy

Woodstock Happened During a Pandemic & Nobody Cared

By Ken Webster jr May 5, 2020

Remember Woodstock?

It was the summer of love: in 1969 a half a million people gathered together to listen to music, take drugs, have sex, roll around in the mud, and share a densely populated area for one long weekend.

And guess what? The whole thing happened during a health pandemic.

In 1968 the H3N2 pandemic came to the US from Hong Kong. It killed more than 100,000 Americans, mostly over the age of 65, which was more combined fatalities than both the Vietnam and Korean Wars.

Schools, movie theaters, bars, tattoo parlors, restaurants, and, of course, concerts venues stayed open. The stock market didn’t crash, Congress didn’t issue a lock down order, the Federal reserve had no involvement, there was no spike in the suicide rate, violent criminals weren’t freed from jail, and nobody arrested surfers or hair stylists.

Jeffrey Tucker reports:

The only actions governments took was to collect data, watch and wait, encourage testing and vaccines, and so on. The medical community took the primary responsibility for disease mitigation, as one might expect. It was widely assumed that diseases require medical not political responses.

It’s not as if we had governments unwilling to intervene in other matters. We had the Vietnam War, social welfare, public housing, urban renewal, and the rise of Medicare and Medicaid. We had a president swearing to cure all poverty, illiteracy, and disease. Government was as intrusive as it had ever been in history. But for some reason, there was no thought given to shutdowns.

Which raises the question: why was this different? We will be trying to figure this one out for decades.

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SEVEN FATEFUL CORONAVIRUS DECISIONS

Thursday, April 23rd, 2020

 

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Seven Fateful Coronavirus Decisions

President Trump acted with dispatch, to keep Americans safe, even when it was unpopular.

By Robert C. O’Brien    Robert O’Brien is White House national security adviser
April 21, 2020

Facing a once-in-a-century pandemic, a crisis that some have likened to a world war, the U.S. is fortunate to have President Trump in charge. I have witnessed him make the tough decisions necessary at every turn to keep America safe. Seven of these decisions stand out.

First, the president assembled a team. On Jan. 29 he established the White House Coronavirus Task Force. Now under Vice President Mike Pence’s leadership, the task force has consolidated the government’s public-health expertise and responded in real time to the virus’s spread. Deborah Birx, a world-renowned physician, was detailed on March 2 from the State Department to serve as the coronavirus response coordinator, joining Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, who were already in the fight.

Second, on Jan. 31 Mr. Trump ordered travel restrictions barring foreign nationals who had recently been in China from entering the U.S., quarantines for Americans who had visited China’s Hubei province, and a strong advisory against Americans traveling to China. These moves bought time to prepare for the large-scale arrival of the virus on U.S. shores, but they weren’t popular at the time.

The next day, on Feb. 1, Joe Biden criticized the president’s “xenophobia” and “fear-mongering.” He stressed that “diseases have no borders.” It took until April 3 for Mr. Biden to do a 180 and come out in support of the president’s travel restrictions. The Washington Post editorial board condemned the restrictions on Feb. 5, positing that “Mr. Trump’s goal is to shut off the spigot of plucky, hopeful and ambitious people who aspire to become Americans.”

Third, on March 11 Mr. Trump suspended travel to the U.S. for foreign nationals who had recently been in 26 European nations, despite considerable pressure to exempt allies. The president extended these restrictions on March 14 to travel from the U.K. and Ireland, two of America’s closest partners. This was, again, a difficult and controversial call at the time, given our countries’ unique and longstanding ties.

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COVID-19 AND THE APPROACHING NEW NORMAL

Saturday, April 11th, 2020

 

www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/04/covid19_and_the_approaching_new_normal.html

AMERICAN THINKER

April 11, 2020

COVID-19 and the approaching new normal

By Terry Mudge

The COVID-19 mantra, “we’re all in this together,” is echoed in advertisements, by conservatives, liberals, and public service announcements.  The new heroes are fast food and grocery workers.  Being a good citizen is obeying stay-at-home mandates for the safety of others.  Feel-good stories of people working together contrast the stories of hospitals as war zones.  The daily COVID-19 death toll resurrects memories for us older folks of the Vietnam War’s daily casualty counts.

Can Americans be so naïve they don’t see this crisis for what it is?  COVID-19 is being used to usher in a new morality in alignment with a globalist population monitor-and-control system under the guise of public safety.  Let’s look at the facts globalists don’t want Americans to add together.

·         Economies across the globe are significantly compromised.

·         Business-owners have suffered the loss of property without due process or compensation.

·         Stay-at-home mandates, effectively jailing people in their homes.

·         No criteria established to measure the consequences of stay-at-home mandates or the shutdown of the economy.

·         No right of assembly.

·         Churches closed.

·         Courts have been closed so there can be no redress of grievances.

·         No guidelines have been established for return to normal.

·         Misinformation: Models are consistently wrong, and data used for assumptions are not explained to the public.

·         A shift of governance to bureaucrats — “experts” who contradict one another and themselves almost daily. 

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VIDEO – HOW LETHAL IS THE VIRUS AND HOW WILL IT AFFECT OUR ECONOMY

Saturday, April 11th, 2020

 

VIDEO  – UNCOMMON KNOWLEDGE  – HOOVER INSTITUTE
 HOW LETHAL IS THE VIRUS AND HOW WILL IT AFFECT OUR ECONOMY

Questioning Conventional Wisdom in the COVID-19 Crisis, with Dr. Jay Bhattacharya – Professor of Medicine at Stanford University and he also has a Doctorate in Economics 

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VIDEO ANDREW CUOMO SPENT YEARS SLASHING HOSPITAL CAPACITY

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

 

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NYC nurse: Andrew Cuomo is no hero. He spent years slashing hospital capacity

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Mar 25, 2020
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BIG CHUNK OF THE FIRST TAXPAYER CORONAVIRUS AID COULD BE SPENT OVERSEAS

Tuesday, March 24th, 2020

 

 We should be forgiven if our eyes glaze over as we read the enormous expense  of all  this.   Nancy

Big chunk of the first taxpayer coronavirus aid could be spent overseas

As much as $1 in every $4 from the first $8.3 billion aid package approved by Congress could be spent overseas or on foreign affairs.

Last Updated:
March 23, 2020 – 9:52pm

 

The short answer is … a good bit may end up overseas.

The title of the first legislation was the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2020. President Trump signed it into law on March 6 after a bipartisan vote of Congress. The law appropriated $8.3 billion in initial response monies.

To put that into perspective, the first COVID-19 legislation exceeds the $1.1 billion appropriated for Zika in 2016, the $5.4 billion for Ebola in 2014, and the $7 billion for swine flu in 2009.

As much as $2.3 billion of the first $8.3 billion in funding falls into the categories of foreign aid, foreign affairs or overseas disease surveillance. Here’s how some of that breaks down:

  • $435 million for the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Global Health Programs.
  • $300 million for “international disaster assistance.”
  • $300 million for global disease detection and emergency response under the Centers for Disease Control
  • $200 million more goes to the State Department Foreign Operations Emergency Reserve Fund ·
  • $264 million for State Department Foreign Affairs for diplomatic response and evacuation over the next two and a half years.
  • $836 million for the U.S. or global response under the National Institutes of Health.

Here are some other major categories where the monies can be spent under the law:

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