I watched the powerful testimony last night of Dr. Stella Immanuel who stood at the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court with several other doctors, all in their white coats, vouching for the safety and efficacy of hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19.
We have known for months that “HCQ” has been used to increase the chances of survival and decrease the length of the coronavirus sickness. We have reported on these facts and the president’s advocacy of the treatment despite overwhelming backlash from the mainstream media who seem maniacally opposed to it.
But the bully-tactics of the corporate media have increased to an intolerable level as virtually every video of Dr. Immanuel’s speech was censored by Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and even Vimeo.
In the nine minute speech, the good doctor tells America “no one needs to die” and accuses doctors “waiting on data” of “letting Americans die.” She urged, “America: There is a cure for COVID!”
Dr. Immanuel argued that there is no need for masks or lockdowns and accused Dr. Fauci of knowingly denying the effectiveness of HCQ.
Despite multiple studies and the testimony of countless doctors, AOL had the nerve to write an article this morning entitled, “Trump retweets COVID-19 video yanked by social media for pushing fake cure.”
For goodness sake, it was a doctor who said she has successfully treated 350 patients with the medical cocktail of hydroxychloroquine, azithromycin, and zinc. And by successfully, I mean she has not lost a single patient!
When did we stop allowing free debate in this country? Especially when it comes to something as critical as a grave public health concern about the pandemic?
Facebook apparently suspended Dr. Immanuel’s account as she posted to Twitter:
“Hello Facebook put back my profile page and videos up or your computers with start crashing till you do. You are not bigger that God. I promise you. If my page is not back up face book will be down in Jesus name.”
President Trump retweeted Dr. Immanuel’s speech but the original post was among those taken down for “promoting disinformation.” However, he retweeted about a dozen other posts validating the use of HCQ for COVID-19 including one that read in part:
“62 studies confirm the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine. Deafening silence of the Mainstream Medias, unacceptable mediatic lockdown.”