New study finds countries with early access to hydroxychloroquine reduced mortality rate by 79%
As The Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft noted, this means Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Deborah Birx, the CDC, the FDA, and the media have been pushing the lie that hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) does not significantly help Wuhan coronavirus victims, allowing upwards of 90,000 Americans to needlessly die from the virus.
Yale epidemiologist Dr. Harvey Risch also accused Fauci and the medical establishment of being responsible for the deaths of “hundreds of thousands” of Americans for suppressing hydroxychloroquine use in the U.S. when dozens of studies have found it an effective treatment against COVID-19.
Lying about effective treatments is not new for Fauci, according to Risch.
Risch described on Fox News how Fauci allowed at least 17,000 AIDS victims to die by refusing to certify an effective drug for treatment back in the 1980s, and that he’s doing it against with coronavirus.
“Dr. Fauci and the FDA are doing the same thing that was done in 1987 and that’s led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Americans who could have been saved by usage of this drug,” Risch said.
Countries that had early access to HCQ had 30X less deaths than America per capita, where it was banned for political reasons.
“If Fauci wants an empirical study, the mother of all empirical studies is an analysis of Third-World COVID-19 mortality rates prepared by Bruce E Dale, PhD, University Distinguished Professor, Michigan State University and Mark A Howard, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine,” the American Thinker reported.
“The average death rate in the five countries (India, Costa Rica, Australia, South Korea and Brazil) that have made early and prophylactic use of HCQ is about 6.0 per million inhabitants. In contrast, the US death rate is 167.0 per million inhabitants, almost 30 times as many deaths per million citizens.”
Fauci, and NIH and CDC must be held accountable for their complicity in the deaths of thousands of Americans would could have been saved with the early use of HCQ.