Original videos downloaded and posted here…
A video circling around the internet about a group of doctors giving a press conference in the United States talking about the coronavirus and sharing their professional opinion has been deleted by social media platforms, and virtually wiped off the face of the internet.
In the video, the doctors were promoting Hydroxychloroquine as a treatment/cure for COVID-19, suggesting that masks weren’t necessary, and implying that a vaccine may not be either.
Other doctors have raised concerns whether or not the vaccine will be more dangerous than the actual virus, like the Physicians for Informed Consent.
They published a report titled “Physicians for Informed Consent (PIC) Compares COVID-19 to Previous Seasonal and Pandemic Flu Periods.” According to them, the infection/fatality rate of COVID-19 is 0.26%. You can read more about that story and access the research here.
John P. A. Ioannidis, a professor of medicine and epidemiology at Stanford University has said that the infection fatality rate is close to 0 percent for people under the age of 45 years old. You can read more about that here. Obviously, it the rate grows for older age groups and immunocompromised people, just like most other respiratory viruses.
The point is, what many doctors and scientists have been telling us for months is contradicting what we are getting from big media, and the World Health Organization.
The video was then tweeted by Donald Trump Jr, which brought even more attention to it. Twitter ordered the president’s son to delete the tweet, and said it would limit some account functionality on his account for 12 hours. Donald Trump apparently shared PARTS the video as well, according to multiple media outlets like CNN.
CNN and other mainstream media outlets have called into question the validity of the video, and whether or not these are actual doctors or simply a group of people who are spreading misinformation. This is confusing, given the fact that they clearly introduce themselves, and their backgrounds can be verified.
All of them. Furthermore, Congressman Ralph Norman was the first speaker, which is also not mentioned by mainstream media articles. Why would a congressman gather with a bunch of fake doctors?
The second person to speak is Dr. Simone Gold. Gold, an emergency medicine specialist (one of multiple in attendance at the conference) based in Los Angeles started to make noise when she said there were thousands of stories of patient harm due to stay at home orders as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
This corroborates with information that’s coming from all over the world. For example, an article published in the British Medical Journal has suggested that quarantine measures in the United Kingdom as a result of the new coronavirus may have already killed more UK seniors than the coronavirus has during the peak of the virus. You can access that article and read more about it here.
In fact, Gold is the organizer of a letter signed by more than 600 doctors who pushed President Trump to end what they called a national shutdown. The letter described widespread state orders keeping businesses closed and children home from school as a mass casualty incident with “Exponentially growing health consequences.” That was back in May.
I’ve looked at the others, they are legit, there may be one where controversy comes up and their character is easily ridiculed. This, in my opinion could also be a planet, used for the purposes of ridiculing this press conference. Who knows these days.