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Fauci and the Media Blocked Successful COVID-19 Treatments (Guest: Joel Hirschhorn)

February 23, 2021

Author Joel Hirschhorn chronicles how the media, Anthony Fauci, and the National Institutes of Health blocked successful home treatments for COVID-19.

Joel Hirschhorn, author of Pandemic Blunder: Fauci and Public Health Blocked Early Home Treatment, discusses his new book with AnneMarie Schieber. Hirschhorn explains he wrote the book to get the word out to the public on the documented evidence on how vitamins and existing drugs are slowing down and even preventing the SARS CoV2 virus from attacking the body.

Hirschhorn says this book describes the pandemic blunder, particularly in terms of Dr. Anthony Fauci’s influence.  It can help Americans protect their lives by not being victimized by disinformation and propaganda from leftist media.  Pandemic management has failed because of corrupt forces aiming to make billions of dollars from expensive medicines and vaccines.  There has been widespread dereliction of duty on the part of many local, state and federal government officials.

In the podcast, Hirschhorn states:

“If there is a conspiracy, it has been a conspiracy by the mainstream media in blocking this information from getting to the public”

“Fauci is a globalist and a narcissist who is well-connected to big drug companies and the World Health Organization.  NIH makes a lot of money from drug companies, they pay his group royalties, it is all about money in one sense.”

“It is an amazing story. It’s really criminal, negligent homicide.”

Hirschhorn says he wrote the book to save lives and reinstitute the freedom to allow doctors to treat patients as they see fit.  He states while he is not against vaccines (at age 81, he received a COVID-19 vaccine) early treatment using existing drugs is likely less risky than a vaccine because there is very little long-term history with the vaccine and it is authorized under an emergency use only.

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AnneMarie Schieber is a research fellow at The Heartland Institute and managing editor of Health Care News, Heartland's monthly newspaper for health care reform.
amschieber@heartland.org @HCPolicy