While governments worldwide appear to be focused on fighting COVID-19 and getting rid of the virus that has led to countless deaths, when it comes to researching different treatment methods, they seem fixated only on the drugs provided by big pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer and Moderna. Recently, Fox News host Laura Ingraham revealed an Ivermectin study that was mysteriously halted in the U.K. due to supply issues. It was later stated that the study was dropped because it was concluded that Ivermectin being a sustainable option for fighting COVID-19, was low.
Wanting to get more information on the study, Ingraham brought in Dr. Robert Malone, the original inventor of the mRNA vaccine, to discuss the study. The video below shows Malone completely destroying the study, claiming the way it was carried out would most likely be labeled as a form of medical malpractice.
Not only focusing on the potential uses of Ivermectin, but Dr. Malone also points out the hysteria surrounding the Omicron variant and how there has been a push for more booster shots and even for the holidays to be canceled. Being the inventor behind Pfizer and Moderna’s drugs, Dr. Malone discussed how key figures like Dr. Anthony Fauci use precise wording when talking about the COVID-19 drug. They use terms like “optimally” protected to get around the fact that the drug does not stop the spread or infection of the virus.
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