Coronavirus: Politicized “Medicine”

Why is hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), one of the most prescribed drugs in history, now suddenly labelled as a lethal threat? And yet barely-tested compounds, like Moderna’s “vaccine”, are quickly and loudly championed?

It’s getting harder and harder to see the inconsistency/hypocrisy as anything but a highly political show in which science is losing out to money. Perhaps nothing makes this point more than Moderna and its blockbuster announcement yesterday that its “vaccine” generated sufficient antibodies to give recipients immunity to covid-19.

The stock soared as a result…and then the company immediately announced a new funding round. And now today, suddenly experts are saying Moderna hasn’t provided data critical to verifying its claims.

Wait… could yesterday’s “news” have been a pump-and-dump con? And then we find out that the White House’s new “vaccine czar”, Dr Moncef Slaoui, who sat on Moderna’s board up until just a few days ago, is dumping his 156,000 stock options in the company.

Is Moderna being touted because it truly shows more promise than cheap widely-available HCQ? Or because those running the show stand to profit from it? We don’t know for sure, but it sure stinks like it’s the latter.

      
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2 Responses to Coronavirus: Politicized “Medicine”

  1. — Why is hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), one of the most prescribed drugs in history, now suddenly labelled as a lethal threat? And yet barely-tested compounds, like Moderna’s “vaccine”, are quickly and loudly championed? —

    The former is being condemned because: 1) it’s inexpensive; 2) it works. The latter is being touted because: 1) at first it will be difficult to get, even if it works; 2) therefore, relying on it constitutes a rationale for perpetuating the lockdown, which the Left sees as its best chance to evict Trump from the White House.

    I don’t think any other explanation is required.

    • David says:

      Which then begs the question: why is Fauci head of NIAID? The 2005 peer reviewed paper published here previously outlined the study and success of treating SAR-COV with HCQ.

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