Fake studies were published to make hydroxychloroquine look bad.
One of those studies was funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. You can read about this trial here: ClinicalTrials.gov: Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 Post-exposure Prophylaxis (PEP)
- PMC: Efficacy of hydroxychloroquine for post-exposure prophylaxis to prevent severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection among adults exposed to coronavirus disease (COVID-19): a structured summary of a study protocol for a randomised controlled trial This trial began in March 2020 and was published June 2020. Being funded by the Gates Foundation is a big red flag, considering Mr. Gates’ excitement over the prospect of a vaccine.
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- Article: Liberals Would Rather People Die Than Have Hydroxychloroquine Work
- Article: Michigan Democrat Says Chloroquine Saved Her Life, Thanks Trump
- There was never a low stock of Hydroxychloroquine. There has been a stockpile of 40 million doses in Ohio since February 2020–plenty to manage the pandemic without a vaccine.
There is a lot of political and financial incentives in this country to make this medication [hydroxychloroquine] unattractive. This is medication costs 23 cents a pill and the president of the United States [President Trump] supports it. So this has been a very orchestrated well organized effort to make this medication seem extremely dangerous, that it’s killing people.Dr. Zelenko, Source
Fake news articles were published to make Ivermectin look bad.
Here are some examples:
But they were fake and Ivermectin has been proven over and over again to be beneficial for COVID-19..