“Responsible for Hundreds of Thousands of American Deaths”; Calls Mount for Accountability From Fauci, FDA’s Woodcock

Calls are increasing for investigations into Dr. Anthony Fauci’s intentional suppression of inexpensive and easily accessible, life-saving treatments for COVID-19.

“If you put [hydroxychloroquine] back out there [as a therapeutic that could work], it’s quite evident that Dr. Fauci, Dr. Woodcock, Rick Bright, are responsible for hundreds of thousands of American deaths,” declared infectious disease expert Dr. Steven Hatfill on Tuesday, April 13, in a damning interview with Steven Bannon on the War Room.

Conveyed Hatfill, “[They were] causing this drug [HCQ] to pick up a bad name, by leaks to the press that were inaccurate about the drug and its safety margin. It was fostered; they didn’t want competition for the vaccines. There’s no other rational conclusion for what happened.”

So-called trials released back in May 2020, claiming people were dying from HCQ, led physicians and pharmacists to refuse to prescribe or fill HCQ. Americans bought the lie that HCQ would hurt them maybe as badly as the virus itself. Later, these studies were retracted, as it was discovered that allegedly lethal doses of HCQ were being administered to patients, and people were not dying from HCQ.

Today, over 232 clinical trials have been conducted confirming the success of HCQ when administered at the early onset of infection, i.e., within five days of a patient feeling ill, and when combined with zinc, ivermectin, and azithromycin.

Credibly researched papers are also surfacing to demonstrate that Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), among others, misled the American people, especially about HCQ.

Two such reports include Dr. Peter Breggin’s “Dr. Fauci’s COVID-19 Treachery,” and Dr. David E. Martin’s “The Fauci/COVID-19 Dossier,” in which the author alleges “numerous criminal violations” by Fauci, the CDC, and others “that may be associated with the COVID-19 terrorism.”

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