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Yale Physician Who Supports HCQ Treatment for COVID-19 ANNIHILATES CNN Hack (VIDEO)

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Yale Physician Who Supports HCQ Treatment for COVID-19 ANNIHILATES CNN Hack (VIDEO)

We all know that the media, the Democrats, and the medical elites of the world are actively trying to prevent the U.S. from having access to hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19.

Time after time they continue to talk negatively about it and appeal to Dr. Fauci as the leading expert as though he is the only person in the world who can know anything about the drug.

However, we have over a dozen studies now that prove that the drug accompanied with azithromycin and zinc are very effective in treating the most high-risk patients.

In fact, I actually know someone personally that was on a ventilator and we thought he was going to die. They have him HCQ and Zithromax and he came out of it and is alive today.

One of the men who is in support of the drug made an appearance on CNN and completely shut down hack CNN anchor John Berman after he kept trying to prove he knew more about it than the professor and ended up looking like an absolute idiot.

Yale epidemiology professor Dr. Harvey Risch and CNN host John Berman bickered over hydroxychloroquine on Monday during a heated discussion about the polarizing drug, which the president has hailed as a possible treatment for COVID-19.

Risch recently wrote an op-ed in support of hydroxychloroquine, but Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Deborah Birx and other experts have dismissed the anti-malarial drug being used to combat coronavirus. Risch cited various studies that backed up his pro-hydroxychloroquine stance, but the host of CNN’s “New Day” disagreed.

“None of those studies that you just cited are random placebo-controlled trials, what Dr. Fauci refers to as the gold standard,” Berman said, as the CNN on-screen chyron stated “Growing body of evidence shows hydroxychloroquine is ineffective.”

Risch responded: “That’s not actually correct. The problem with those randomized controlled trials, is they were trials done on the wrong people. They were trials done on low-risk people with low risks of hospitalization and mortality. You don’t do a study of prostate cancer with women… because nobody is gonna get the outcome.”

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