Strange “Coincidences” Dealing with the COVID/Vaccine Narrative

Things that make you go, “hmmm….”

I have covered conspiratorial subjects on this site before. Of course, some are not just merely “conspiracy theories”, like the mainstream media and big tech platforms would have you believe, but are actually based on FACTS and REALITY.

The term “conspiracy theory” has largely been used and abused in order to attempt to mock and deride any counter opinion to the official narrative. However, for the sake of entertaining some interesting correlations, whether they are just merely coincidences or perhaps have some deeper meaning after all, I have selected a few compelling incidences that have happened throughout the years that shine a curious light onto the events going on today.

While these may not have any bearing as to the circumstances that are occurring right now, it is also possible that some might – and as the saying goes (whether it is an accurate translation of Aristotle or not): “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”

So without further ado, here are some interesting things to contemplate, that may leave one scratching their head and say, “Hm… that IS strange.”

1. ???? – Origins / Etymology: “In other words…”

When one digs deep into word meanings and their origins, it’s incredibly interesting (and rather eerie, sometimes) seeing where the word developed from and it’s current usage today.

Let’s take ‘pharmacy’, for example.

pharmacy: “late 14c., farmacie, “a medicine that rids the body of an excess of humors (except blood);” also “treatment with medicine; theory of treatment with medicine,” from Old French farmacie “a purgative” (13c.) and directly from Medieval Latin pharmacia, from Greek pharmakeia “a healing or harmful medicine, a healing or poisonous herb; a drug, poisonous potion; magic (potion), dye, raw material for physical or chemical processing.”

This is from pharmakeus (fem. pharmakis) “a preparer of drugs, a poisoner, a sorcerer” from pharmakon “a drug, a poison, philter, charm, spell, enchantment.” Beekes writes that the original meaning cannot be clearly established, and “The word is clearly Pre-Greek.” The ph- was restored 16c. in French, 17c. in English (see ph).”

https://www.etymonline.com/word/pharmacy

Hm… it started out promising, but some keywords that stuck out to me gave me quite the shock, and never realized that there were rather COMPLETELY DIFFERENT definitions for the same word. “Poisonous potion”? “Poisoner”? “Sorcerer”? “Harmful medicine”? …

Then, again taking the medical profession into account, is a symbol that is often used to represent the medical industry – especially in the US military field:

However, there is a lot of confusion and debate when it comes to this symbol – known as the Caduceus – especially when comparing it to the Rod of Asclepius, which is also used as a medical symbol and is represented with a rod/stick with a single snake (contested – some scholars believe it depicts a worm or parasite) wrapped around it.

The history of these two designs go way back to Greek Mythology, and perhaps even further than that, with some believing that the Rod of Asclepius is the true symbol of healing, and the Caduceus is a misrepresentation of the health/medical field. Instead, it is a symbol of Hermes/Mercury, who was commonly known as the god of commerce, god of thieves, and the herald of the gods, amongst many other meanings – some benign and helpful, and others that are more darker in nature.

I do want to mention that it cannot be lost on us how this symbol is used widely in the United States military/medical field, and that caduceus literally means “herald”, which if we are looking at the etymology of this word, gives us the following information:

caduceus: “in ancient Greece or Rome, “herald’s staff,” 1590s, from Latin caduceus, alteration of Doric Greek karykeion “herald’s staff,” from kēryx (genitive kērykos) “a herald,” probably a Pre-Greek word. Token of a peaceful embassy; originally an olive branch. Later especially the wand carried by Mercury, messenger of the gods, usually represented with two serpents twined round it and wings. Related: Caducean.

The caduceus is a symbol of peace and prosperity, and in modern times figures as a symbol of commerce, Mercury being the god of commerce. The rod represents power; the serpents represent wisdom; and the two wings, diligence and activity. [Century Dictionary]”

https://www.etymonline.com/word/caduceus

herald: “messenger, envoy,” late 13c. (in Anglo-Latin); c. 1200 as a surname, from Anglo-French heraud, Old French heraut, hiraut (12c.), from Frankish *hariwald “commander of an army” or a similar Germanic source, from Proto-Germanic *harja “army” (from PIE root *koro- “war;” see harry) + *waldaz “to command, rule” (see wield). The form fits, but the sense evolution is difficult to explain, unless it is in reference to the chief officer of a tournament, who introduced knights and made decisions on rules (which was one of the early senses, often as heraud of armes, though not the earliest in English).”

https://www.etymonline.com/word/herald

To make things even more interesting, when looking up “commerce medicine list”, found the following site:

Source: [ https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2021/01/07/2020-27754/commerce-control-list-clarifications-to-the-scope-of-export-control-classification-number-1c991-to ]

which has some information on what to classify “vaccines” as. I am not a data analyst. But when you combine vaccines in a control list, with the terms “chemical / biological weapons” and “anti-terrorism” and “weapons of mass destruction” [anti-terrorism and weapons of mass destruction are mentioned in a separate section of the document], well – it doesn’t exactly give me a warm and fuzzy feeling like the government and health industries are trying to get us to believe.

While anything in the hands of corrupt individuals can twist something that is supposed to be beneficial to mankind into a harmful weapon of destruction – the labeling and control of vaccines under this heading is rather alarming. While I agree that it is necessary to put restrictions and controls in place for this very reason, the fact that it is acknowledged that vaccines can very well be determined as a chemical/biological weapon should not be lost on others.

I have not thoroughly researched this document since there are a plethora of technical terms and viruses listed that I am unfamiliar with, but thought it was rather fitting and interesting enough to include on this list.

2. January 1981 – Eyes of Darkness mentions a bioweapon that comes from Wuhan

The title of this section is not technically correct. As others have pointed out, the first edition of the book “Eyes of Darkness”, published in 1981, mentions Gorki-400 (Russia) as the origins of a deadly virus/bioweapon from a research center.

However, a few years later, some sources state that Koontz was allegedly approached by his editors who asked him to change Gorki to something else – purportedly to not create waves with the Russians at the time. But whether it was solely Koontz’s decision to change the name to Wuhan-400, or whether it was suggested to him by other influences, only he and his editors would know for sure. And this is if it was Dean Koontz’s decision in the first place. There are some speculations that the publisher/editor changed it of their own accord. It is also possible that for a more thorough novel, authors employ some research and use real life accounts to make the story more engaging, which is what may have given Koontz the idea to use the Wuhan lab, which was created in 1956.

The below tweet shows an excerpt from page 333 of a paperback copy of the Eyes of Darkness book (the year that this specific publication came out seems to be from 2008 – although many people still state the original publication date of 1981).

Source: twitter | Manish Tewari

While it is incredibly uncanny that the book mentions Wuhan-400, a biological weapon created in a lab in China – combined with the current events of the coronavirus being suspected of being a man-made virus from a gain-of-functions attempt from the Wuhan Institute of Virology – there are differences that many fact-checkers are fond of pointing out to derail the similarities that garnered attention in the first place.

The mortality rate, for one – indicating that the virus in the book has a 100% mortality rate – even though even that is not technically correct since “Danny” survives… compared to that of the COVID-19, which has a reported range of .002 to 6% mortality rate – depending on one’s age and health condition.

Even if the book is not indicative of predictive programming, the strange specific terms that are so widely prevalent in today’s time caused quite a stir when it was first mentioned in social media, and is still shocking people who first learn of this “coincidental” connection.

For added overall summaries of the book, which doesn’t bode well right after all of the chemical/biological weapons talk in the previous section:

“As the cat gets out of the bag, Christina and Elliot come to know that, it is actually a Government Research Project laboratory for “chemical warfare”, established to develop biological and chemical weapons, to be used against the enemy countries.

They become aware of the fact that all the young Boy Scouts’ death was staged and, in reality, they were captured to be used in the experiments who unfortunately died, save for Danny. All their biological weapons failed to kill him. Meanwhile, he gained powers to talk to his mother, at the same time killing the main researchers in his final bid to escape.”Dean Koontz the eyes of darkness plot

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“After storming the facility and arriving the correct room, the truth was uncovered. Danny was a victim of an accident: of viral proportions. As it turns out, this secret installation was actually a centre of biological weaponry. Danny and his expedition team accidentally came across and were infected by a Chinese-constructed virus with the name “Wuhan-400”. It had a 100% mortality rate. But Danny survived.

Danny was in a room next door, looking completely starved. He had a bunch of electrodes over his head. The scientist explained he was only the survivor of the virus and they extracted the antibodies responsible for saving him. After that, he was useless. Danny was constantly infected and reinfected to see how long he would last.

During this time, he developed an increased size of his parietal lope, which Evan and Stryker surmised must be the factor allowing him to practice his psychic-telekinetic abilities. They decide to hide this information from the scientist to prevent any potential studies of a such a kind in the future.

They eventually escape the facility after Danny uses his psychic abilities to take down the enemy helicopter.”The Eyes of Darkness — A Dean Koontz Book Review

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It especially isn’t very reassuring considering all of the real life terrible experiments that the governments have conducted on their own people…

1 Measles Vaccine Experiment


Experiments involving the measles vaccine were conducted from 1990 to 1991 by the Centers for Disease Control. The doctors wanted to know if they could use it to replace natural antibodies in babies. To test this, doctors injected thousands of babies in the Third World with the drug. The vaccine eventually led to several immune problems in the babies and caused many deaths, although the exact number is unknown.

Knowing the drug had this effect, the government still tested on African American and Hispanic babies in Los Angeles. They injected more than 1,500 babies in the United States with the experimental drug. However, the study came to an end when it was discovered that African children were dying at an alarming rate up to three years after receiving the vaccinations.

The CDC later admitted that the parents were unaware that their children were being injected with an experimental drug that had not yet been verified by the Federal Drug Administration.[10]

Source: Top 10 U.S. Government Experiments Done on Its Own Citizens

3. February 2011 – “Year of the Vaccines”

In 2011, Bill Gates sat down with Sanjay Gupta and discussed vaccines and vaccine hesitancy.

Chillingly, knowing what we know now about the incessant push to get everyone on the planet vaccinated this year, Sanjay seems to repeat a quote made by Mr. Gates himself as he states the following – again, keep in mind that this interview was conducted in 2011:

Sanjay Gupta: “10 billion dollars over the next ten years to make it the year of the vaccines… what, what does that mean exactly?

Bill Gates: “Well, over this decade, uh, we believe unbelievable progress can be made, both inventing new vaccines and making sure they get out to all the children who need them. Uh, we can cut the number of children who die every year from about 9 million to half of that uh, if we have success on it. The benefits are in terms of reducing sickness, reducing the population growth; it really allows a society a chance to take care of itself, uh, once you’ve made the intervention.

I often see Bill Gates’ apologists and “fact-checkers” try to justify and defend Mr. Gates’ words by saying that he doesn’t mean what we think he means… however, considering all of the shady practices he’s been involved in, including some of the unsavory company that he has been connected with, I’d say that there’s a fine line between “entertaining an idea” and just plain common sense…

On a personal note, once you see the “duper’s delight” that Mr. Gates just can’t conceal himself from revealing, you can’t unsee it.

4. January 2017 – Anthony Fauci predicts “surprise” outbreak

On January 10, 2017, during a Keynote Address, Anthony Fauci shares his… “expertise”, on what the upcoming administration will face as far as infectious diseases go:

“The idea that we are now a few days away from a new administration, I obviously prompted the really extraordinarily, very enjoyable – and I have, I’m really pleased I had the opportunity to listen to the panel, both of Amy and Ron, as well as Bill, and Dr. Jafari. Which really, I think, set the stage for so many of the things that we are going to be dealing with over the coming years.

Given, as you heard from the introduction, that I have been around for awhile and have had the opportunity and the privilege and the pleasure of serving in 5 administrations, I thought I would bring that perspective to the topic today is the issue of pandemic preparedness.

And if there’s one message that I want to leave with you today, based on my experience, and you’ll see that in a moment, is that there is no question that there will be a challenge to the coming administration, in the arena of infectious diseases, both chronic infectious diseases in the sense of already ongoing disease, and we have certainly a large burden of that, but also there will be a surprise outbreak.

And I hope by the end of my relatively short presentation you’ll understand why history, the history of the last 32 years that I’ve been the director of NIAID, will tell the next administration that there’s NO DOUBT in anyone’s mind that they will be faced with the challenges that their predecessors were faced with.”
– Anthony Fauci

How he’s so confident on this matter is anyone’s guess, although those who “vouch for Fauci” are convinced it’s just because he’s such a knowledgeable, intelligent human being.

Those who have known him in the past, however, have quite some different things to say about him…

“Those guys have got an agenda. Which is not, what we would like them to have, being that we pay for them to take care of our health in some way. They’ve got a personal kind of agenda, they make up their own rules as they go, they change them when they want to – and they smugly – like Tony Fauci, does not mind going on television in front of the people who pay his salary and lie directly into the camera.”
PCR inventor Kary Mullis on “Dr” Fauci

While “Dr. Fauci” was mistaken and/or flip-flopped on a lot of topics related to this “pandemic”, in which he predicted would happen years in advance – yet still fumbled the response on – he was right about one thing: there was a “surprise outbreak”… planned or otherwise…

5. January 2019 – Flu shots for everyone

This is quite possibly one of the cringiest things I’ve seen in a long time. And incredibly fake, as actors and actresses are adept at being (not intending to be harsh – but it is their job to pretend to be other people…).

Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg, in what seems to be an obvious bit to cater to the pharma overlords, announces excitedly (maybe a little too excitedly) that it’s time for everyone to get flu shots! Just what I’ve always looked forward to whenever I attend an awards ceremony.

Source: youtube | RandomCooking&ENTClips | Golden Globes FLU Shot Skit

Andy Samberg: “At this point of the show, the host would do something fun and spontaneous to show how we’re all just ordinary people, like ordering pizza for everyone.”

Sandra Oh: “But since we already got food at the Globes, we thought we’d mix it up and try something new. So roll up your sleeves, Hollywood, because you’re all getting – “

Both Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh: “Flu shots!”

Cue marching “healthcare workers” holding needles up while approaching various Hollywood stars. In the background, Oh and Samberg are embarrassingly chanting “Shots, shots, shots, shots, shots!” to the tune of LMFAO’s Shots. But not to fear, because Sandra reassures the audience that “these nurses are all licensed professionals straight from the Rite Aid in Echo Park.”

Then Mr. Samberg, in a speech I’m sure he wrote all by himself, states: “And look, if you’re an anti-vaxxer, just put a napkin over your head and we’ll skip you.”

And because the shots were seemingly freely administered (with no informed consent or anything) – and that it “costs 50 grand”, Samberg and Oh ends this atrocity great Samaritan act on human kind with a “you’re welcome!”. Such caring individuals.

However, it was of course later on found to be fake. 🙁

“5:45 P.M. The mood was muted and the syringes were fake. I ran into the main ballroom area to ask Linda Cardellini if the flu shot administered during the ceremony as part of a bit was, well, actually a flu shot. Interrupting her chat with her Green Book co-star Mahershala Ali, she assured that it was fake. Apparently, performers weren’t asked ahead of time, either. At least Willem Dafoe’s people said he wasn’t. —N.S.”
The Golden Globes 2019: What You Didn’t See on TV

So they lied? And here I thought they were being honest when they said getting flu shots was “fun and spontaneous”.

6. March 2019 – Project Runway: Kovid mask

In March 2019, Project Runway aired an episode which featured Kovid Kapoor, an Indian designer, which showed the model he was partnered with donning a face mask to match his outfit.

Many people brought this back into attention in 2020, when news of COVID first broke out, and the widely insistent push to urge everyone to wear face masks.

Tiktok user @joanschumachermartin shared the following video:

@joanschumachermartin

When project runway has a designer named Kovid who makes a look with a mask…. in 2019…##foryourpage ##fyp

♬ original sound – Joan Schumacher-Mart

Offered two links in case one gets taken down. (Please let me know if both links no longer work and I will replace it.)

Some things I can honestly say may just be a crazy coincidence. This, however, hits extremely close to home.

7. 2019-2021 Coin Collection

2019
Polio vaccine is highlighted for the U.S. $1 coin

2020
Prints for fruit bat coins were introduced in early January 2020

2021
Tuskegee is focused on for the Alabama 2021 coin

I realize some of this could be selection bias and just pure simple coincidence, but when combined with the suspicious timing of the last few years, I wouldn’t take any bets.

While the 2021 coin is highlighting Tuskegee Airmen specifically, it does tend to remind one of the Tuskegee Syphilis abuse that occurred from 1932-1972 – yet devastated for far longer than that.

As for the fruit bat coins, it’s interesting how the WHO declared the first case of coronavirus on December 31st, 2019, while the bat coins were announced in early January 2020. At around the same time, bats were first mentioned as a possible source of the coronavirus outbreak.

8. October 2019 – Event 201: Conveniently timed meeting of what would happen during an infectious outbreak.

Event 201, ironically occuring around 2-3 months before the first known case of coronavirus, was a simulation exercise created to show what would purportedly happen during a coronavirus pandemic.

It highlighted economic crises, social crises, health crises, “misinformation”, and so on.

Some speakers and attendees during the conference included:

Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security: Anita Cicero / Dr. Caitlin Rivers / Tom Inglesby
Johnson and Johnson: Adrian Thomas
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation: Christopher Elias
UN Foundation: Sofia Borges
The UPS Foundation: Eduardo Martinez
Former US Deputy National Security Advisor: Avril Haines
–  ANZ Bank Group: Jane Halton
China CDC: George Gao
US CDC: Stephen Redd
Henry Schein: Brad Connett
Formerly World Bank Group: Tim Evans
Lufthansa Group Airlines: Martin Knuchel
Marriott International: Latoya Abbott
NBCUniversal: Hasti Taghi
Edelman: Matthew Harrington
Monetary Authority of Singapore: Lavan Thiru

This list was comprised just from the 11 minute video of the highlights that the Johns Hopkins Centers for Health Security made available at the following archive: https://archive.org/details/og-event201/Event+201+Pandemic+Exercise_+Segment+1%2C+Intro+and+Medical+Countermeasures+(MCM)+Discussion+(1080p_30fps_H264-128kbit_AAC).mp4

The 11 minute video ended with labeling the contributors of this “pandemic exercise” event:

Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
World Economic Forum
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

I might end up doing a whole post on this interesting event in a completely separate article, because the videos in this archive alone have a combined total of over 3.5 hours, and have incredibly pertinent, and even more disturbing, correlations to the events happening today. (Almost as if it was all PLANNED… and not just for altruistic “pandemic preparedness”…)

9. November 2019 – Netflix series Explained, airs episode called “The Next Pandemic”

“If you’re not worried about a looming global pandemic, you probably should be. Are we prepared for an outbreak? Bill Gates and other experts weigh in.”

Featuring two of our favorite sponsors of the vaccines: Bill Gates and Peter Daszak.

Hm… I have not personally seen this episode (I canceled Netflix a while ago) but according to reviews and research history, it seems that the genius Bill Gates accurately predicts the situation we find ourselves only a short 2-3 months later. Fascinating.

Actually, if determining how long the production of this episode took, who knows when it was actually taped. But when also considering the interesting timing of when the episode first aired, with the alleged timing of the “very first coronavirus case” – with some people claiming that it might have come out as early as September of 2019 – is too strange to ignore.

Combine that with the suspicious connections between Daszak/EcoHealth Alliance/Wuhan/Fauci/NIAID/NIH/Lancet etc., there seems to be an obvious paper trail, conflicts of interest, and cahoots going on within several agencies/industries that all point to a gain-of-funds gain-of-functions agenda, with the same key players over and over and over again.

And while Mr. Gates has been a huge advocate of vaccines and tweets about it all the time, there is still a sense of uncanny foreshadowing considering his past history with vaccines and the harm that they have caused in several countries, and the tweet he sent a few days before 2020:

BillGates
What’s next for our foundation? I’m particularly excited about what the next year could mean for one of the best buys in global health: vaccines.

Mm hm… Of course you are, Bill. Of course you are.

10. November 2019 & January 2020 – Kobe / COVID connections

There are some suspicious events surrounding Mr. Kobe Bryant and his name being mentioned in conspiracy circles, with some alluding to deep, rabbit hole theories, such as tptsb using Kobe as a sacrifice to fully present the coronavirus onto the rest of the world, and/or a pharmaceutical company’s feud with him in order to use his moniker “Black Mamba” for one of their dietary products, in which Kobe alleged was using illegal substances to begin with…

Kobe Bryant Accused Big Pharma Company Of Using Illegal Substances In Black Mamba Lawsuit Weeks Before His Death

So this legal battle aside, which compellingly enough, also insinuates pharma companies of malfeasance, the focus of this section aims at Kobe’s name being tied to something much more revealing. 

I am not sure where the original source came from, although a youtuber leaves a comment that White Board Gematria was the first to notice this, but the youtube video below shows Kobe’s name being translated from English to Hebrew. (The google translation has since been changed to no longer indicate this.)

Source: youtube | KOS 137 | COVID = KOBE (prod. Eskry)

And as the video shows as well, Mr. Bryant was buried in Corona del Mar – which is another interesting coincidence. On top of that, another youtube user points out that Mr. Bryant also has a crown tattoo on his arm.

Then there’s the article that came out on January 27, 2020, featuring Kobe Bryant’s death on the front page, with a smaller article to the side of it, titled: Rush is on to develop vaccine for coronavirus. At the time, there were purportedly 5 illnesses in the US due to the coronavirus, and widespread recognition and alarm of the disease did not even truly begin until late February.

And if it ended there, it wouldn’t be so bad. But no. There’s more, actually. From another video that KOS 137 has on their channel, it mentions the 2019 book that Kobe Bryant created with Ivy Claire, called “Epoca: The Tree of Ecrof”. In that video, along with other conspiracy material that I won’t get into, is a reference made to the Kabbalah’s Tree of Life.

Keep this tree in mind, because there’s an interesting correlation coming up in the next section.

For another “fun” coincidence, there are two main characters involved in Epoca: The Tree of Ecrof. Rovi and Pretia. Currently, there are some issues involving Japan and suspected contaminated vials of the Moderna vaccine. The manufacturer where the Moderna vaccines are filled is called Rovi, a pharmaceutical company based in Spain, where an investigation is being held for the contamination issue. Additionally, another “fun fact”, you can spell Pretia with the word “pharmaceutical”. While yes, the Spanish spelling of pharmaceuticals is ‘farmaceuticos’, the organization has their own English counterpart on Linkedin titled ROVI Pharmaceutical Company.

Lastly, there’s this rather chilling video, that while it doesn’t really have anything to do with the coronavirus specifically, it does have eerie connotations to the duality of the Tree of Life/Tree of Death (good/evil dichotomy – light/dark musings) that Kobe seems to be alluding to in his book.

11. November 2020 – More “fun” with translations / and other strange “coincidences”

I wasn’t sure whether to put this near the beginning of this list, since the alleged publication date of the “2020” book ranges from the late 1980’s to mid 1990’s (depending on various sources), but since I didn’t find out about this interesting tidbit of data until just recently, I decided to put the date of the article that I found this information in. Plus it fits in rather well right after the Kobe/COVID translation fiasco.

Raul Diego posted an article on mintpressnews.com titled: Predictive Programming? Israeli Publishers Have Been Writing About a COVID-Like Pandemic for Years which focuses on some incredibly coincidental, if not deliberately intentional, events that have happened throughout the years, that also sheds a strange spotlight onto some well-known conspiratorial figures.

1st off: A subject that I’ve already covered on number 8 of this post, Raul Diego references the Netflix series “Explained”. Which is bad enough since it again puts Bill Gates on this list. But then we come to the 2nd topic:

2nd: Another interesting “coincidence”: a book titled “2020” was allegedly written over 20 years ago by Chamutal Shabtai, detailing eerie similarities between the virus written in the book, and the events (whether exaggerated or not) we find ourselves in today [2020-current]. The book was published by an Israeli company named Keter Press.

3rd: Which brings me to the next point. Keter Press, translated from English to Hebrew, means “Corona Press”. Now tying this back to the Kabbalah’s “Tree of Life”, which bears an incredible resemblance to Kobe Bryant’s book, the very top of the tree is labeled Keter.

While it’s not improbable that an Israeli company would use the term Keter/Crown to name their own press industry, the probability of it doing that, while also publishing a book titled “2020” that is all about a virus going on – which we now find ourselves in with an illness labeled specifically for its corona-like appearance, is a little hard to swallow…

I took the liberty of providing a short video showing this, since the Kobe/covid translations ended up being changed shortly after it was shown.

A bonus that I added, “corona”, at least in English – automatically translates to “coronavirus” in Hebrew – which I wasn’t exactly expecting…

4th: Pairing that up with this next section, Raul Deigo provides even more interesting connections between Keter Press and its history:

“Keter Press began as an Israeli-government program called The Israel Program for Scientific Translations in 1959 and was dedicated to translating and publishing scientific and technical manuscripts from Russian into English for the National Science Foundation in the United States, which is the technical counterpart of the National Institutes of Health.”Predictive Programming? Israeli Publishers Have Been Writing About a COVID-Like Pandemic for Years

Hm…

5th: [From the same article] “In 1987, the same year 2020 was written as a movie script, Keter became a public company. Two years later British tycoon and spymaster Robert Maxwell – father of Ghislaine Maxwell ­– acquired control of the publishing house after Maxwell Communication Corporation bought Macmillian, which then owned Keter. The publishing house was passed on to an Israeli investment concern called Arledan after Maxwell’s death in 1991, which owned it until 2016.”

And who’s currently undergoing trials for child/sex-trafficking crimes? Ghislaine Maxwell. And I’m not sure if I have to mention, but this brings up convicted sex-offender and misconduct/blackmail-extraordinaire Jeffrey Epstein into this mix.

In a similar vein, who is currently trying to shake off allegations of a possible friendship and/or business venture connected with Jeffrey Epstein? Again, our very own “philanthropist”, Bill Gates, who is very much tied up in the current corona/COVID/vaccine scheme.

Sure this could be just random conglomerates coming together as large businesses usually do, with no nefarious conspiracy behind it… but… when considering all options and the misconduct they’ve engaged in, being willfully blind is what enables these organizations to keep getting away with their criminal practices to begin with.

Credit for most of this section goes to Raul Diego for all of this information.

BONUS: May / August 2020 – Corona Crop Circle Conspiracy

For a true conspiracy, let’s take a look at the strange crop circle that appeared in May of 2020, with a bizarrely shaped “crop circle” that looks EXACTLY like a coronavirus/spike protein would.

It is obvious that whatever the case is, it goes without saying that we can safely rule out fungi, as a possible contributor; at least to THIS crop circle. And maybe rule out “overactive hedgehogs”, like some people apparently speculate…

Crop Circles Explained

So the question is, who made this crop circle, and for what purpose? Was it to try and help scientists figure out this illness or possibly alert us to the spike protein that would be found in the vaccines – which is causing untold numbers of harm in people? Maybe a hoax that fools people into looking at something completely unrelated to keep them preoccupied and looking the wrong way?

Was it someone boasting of what they were doing to the population? Gloating of pulling off a mastermind villainous attack through this biological weapon?

Alien visitors trying to give us hints as to what this whole coronavirus/vaccine agenda is all about?

Overactive hedgehogs just having a good old time in the field, that just so happened to make an uncanny resemblance to a spike protein? 😛

And how would one carry this crop circle out? Lasers, perhaps; maybe coming from a satellite? Drones programmed to map out a particular picture in the crops? Some kind of radiation that has already been patterned out to make a perfect image on a field? Just hours and hours of physical man-labor; for the funzies?

Another crop circle that was created, this time in August 2020, shows a chemical composition that someone identified as 2,4,dimethyl-3-isopropylpentane, according to the same site: Was There A Coronavirus Crop Circle Laid Down On May 28, 2020?

Does this crop circle have anything to do with the coronavirus one? Are they completely unrelated?

And again, one has to ask, who is making these, and for what reason? If they’re alien beings, perhaps they’re better off just making a radio broadcast telling us exactly what it means, because at this point, all of these cryptic symbols are confusing people even more and no one has a clue what is going on. (except those creating these crop designs, of course…)

And one more crop circle that I just learned about is the following, also created in August 2020, which is suspiciously built around a single tree in the middle of a field (or the tree was specifically placed there – and if so, again, for what reason?) and ~2 miles away from the coronavirus crop circle.

Is this another allusion to the tree of life? What does the 4 circles around it represent? Does this have no bearing on this at all, and is just a fun prank that someone engaged in? Or is there some esoteric meaning behind it to decipher?

There are many more events that have shed a shady light onto the “coronavirus pandemic” and the vaccine narrative, and these listed were just a small few.

While some could be completely coincidental – yet incredibly bizarre – some of the others tend to feature the same people over and over again in what cannot be described as mere coincidence. While there are those who work to defend these people/institutions for just being alert and aware to the possibilities of a new strain of coronavirus, and who are just “genuinely looking after the well-being of humankind”, a look into their history would suggest otherwise. It is dark, and foreboding, and the only ones who benefit are those already at the top.

I think collectively, we need to get out of this mindset of labeling EVERYTHING as a “conspiracy theory”, and take a really good, long look at the deception and collusion going on behind the scenes. Maybe then we can finally admit that some “conspiracies” aren’t so fake and ridiculous after all.

Fact checking is extremely important. I want to reiterate not to take everything at face value; no matter what you read, where you read it from, or who you hear it from. And to be clear, do not rely on “fact checking” websites to give you accurate information either. These are just as likely, (if not even more likely…), to feed false information and false debunking accounts to manipulate the reader. Please take everything into consideration before adhering to a certain narrative – and always keep your mind open to other possibilities.

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Dr. Richard Fleming Interview with Mike Adams | “The Vaccines ARE the Bioweapon” [Full Transcript]

“This is a violation of science. This is a violation of medicine. This is a violation of humanity.”

In keeping with providing written transcripts for those who prefer to read text as opposed to watching videos, I have transcribed the following interview between Mike Adams and Dr. Richard Fleming.

Another in-depth/informative video that Mike Adams conducted, this time with Dr. Peter McCullough, that is transcribed in full can be found here:
Dr. Peter McCullough Interview with Mike Adams | “All to prepare the population for mass vaccination.” [Transcript]

Thank you to Mike Adams and Dr. Richard Fleming. While all of the information is incredibly helpful and insightful, I did provide some embellishments to highlight exceptionally pertinent topics.

 

Also thank you to all the doctors/scientists/researchers, etc. who have been brave enough to stand up for their patients and for humanity in general. Your bravery and integrity speaks volumes of your character and exemplifies what it means to be a strong, compassionate individual, especially in the midst of adversity and vitriol.

Mike Adams @00:33: “Welcome to BrighteonConversations, I’m Mike Adams, the founder and host of brighteon.com, today. 

We have a special guest, first-time guest. A brilliant individual who’s an author of a book called “Is COVID-19 a Bioweapon?” His name is Dr. Richard Fleming, his website is flemingmethod.com, and he is not only trained as a physicist and a nuclear cardiologist, but, of course he’s an author and researcher and doctor – we’re going to talk to him, ask him lots of questions about what’s going on with COVID today.

So thank you for joining me. It’s an honor to have you on, welcome to BrighteonConversations.”

Dr. Richard Fleming @1:07: “It’s my pleasure to be here, thank you for the invitation.”

Mike Adams: “Well absolutely.

It’s fascinating, just really fascinating to be able to hear from people like you. Let’s start with some basics. Your book asks the question, ‘is the COVID-19 a bioweapon?’ And there’s a lot behind that, but, what’s the short answer? And what else does the book provide to support that?”

Dr. Richard Fleming @1:30: “Well there’s – ahem, the short answer, um, I think… I’m going to leave to the readers, for them to decide. I think, uh… a year ago, that question would have been heresy, and, you know, even though I was asking it a year ago, but it’s amazing how just as information comes out, people become much more aware of reality.

This book really lays out in detail a lot of information with people. It tells you to begin with what ‘gain of function’ is. Which is what the topic of the day is. The ability of scientists to take infections like a virus and make them more infective or potentially more dangerous. But it also, it provides a lot of information sequentially so you can understand where the moneys came from to build this virus, who published research – just literally published the research over the, you know, two to three decades, showing a nice paper trail of data, who got the patents on it, whose names are connected, how the funding got connected with it; and then, you know, really addressing that spike protein which is the actual bioweapon itself.

You know, the gain of function, man-made, altered, critical component to this virus being so infectious and dangerous – um, and amazingly enough that in and of itself explains to you why the drug vaccine biologics aren’t working at this point in time. Which we can get into if we have time. And then just an explanation also about the intentional release of this, of this virus, and recognition that this is not the first one of these viruses. It’s kind of a version number 2. And even though there’s a number of coronaviruses, which means viruses that look like a crown when you look at them under an electron microscope, this one is the 7th one that has been identified to infect in people, and it’s the 2nd one that holds the name of ‘severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus’. And it’s number 2 because number 1 was from 2002, also delivered to the world out of China. And by very much the same people.”

Mike Adams @3:52: “That leads me to a recent video by Dr. David Martin that I’d like your comment on. And I just happen to have these notes in front of me here. He was referring to a patent: April 19th 2002, U.S. patent, 7279327 – in which it appears that U.S. scientists created SARS. The – one of the early renditions of SARS, which later on was altered, was transformed to become SARS-CoV-2, eventually. But as you just said, some of these patents go back 22 years, and the research goes back even before that.

It appears that, like you said, there’s a long paper trail that they have been funding these efforts and deliberately working to engineer these viral – I don’t know – nanoparticles, pathogens, for some reason. But what about the motivation, then? Do you get into that in your book? What’s the – why are they doing this? Why?”

Dr. Richard Fleming @4:54: “Right, well, I think to understand the motivation of the people involved, you have to understand who’s involved. And when you look at, as explained in the book, where the funding from the United States came from. You know, more than 60 million dollars, which may not sound like much when we’re talking about throwing a trillion out here, and a trillion out there, I mean, 60 million dollars is still a fair amount of money for research scientists to work with; particularly when you consider over three decades, that amount of money was substantial.

And you simply asked, where did that money come from? Well it came from National Institutes of Health. It came from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. It came from the Department of Defense. In fact, more than half of it came from the Department of Defense, along with, as you’ll see in the book, a David Franz, who was a former deputy commander at Fort Detrick.

And in case anybody wants to take the argument that, ‘wait a minute, Fort Detrick is the U.S. military base, it doesn’t have anything to do with viruses and NIAID’, I would point out to you that I have received several emails from people trying to recruit me as a physicist for imaging at Fort Detrick, of viruses funded by NIAID. So I actually have documents of my own that have been sent to me, trying to recruit me, [Mike Adams laughs: “That’s great.”] to be involved in this, in this work. So, I think probably not anybody else has that. Um, you need to be a physicist to get that type of query from them. So clearly they are involved.

And then you asked the question, ‘what do these agencies work with?’ Well, as I frequently tell people, the DOD is not involved with the girlscouts. They don’t sell thin mints and they don’t help boyscouts sell popcorn. Um, they do other things. And what that really means is when you get right down to it, is that if you build a biologic – like this virus – which has no beneficial effect or benefit for mankind, which it clearly doesn’t, then you have violated the biologic weapons convention treaty. [Mike Adams: “Good point.”] And you are now, you are now an international criminal.”

Mike Adams @7:08 “Now, we spoke with doctor Francis Boyle on that issue, he’s an expert in that area, but from what you’re saying, I’m asking you to confirm this, if it is so, that it seems like the United States military was attempting to offshore the research in order to circumvent limitations on such research in the United States. So they funneled money through EcoHealth Alliance and Peter Daszak and so on, to the Wuhan Institute of Virology and then partnered essentially with the People’s Liberation Army, controlling the Wuhan Institute. 

So now you have the military of the United States and the military of China conducting research in China on biological weapons, which is obviously that intellectual property would be shared with both nations. Is that an accurate statement, or am I wrong in any point there?”

Dr. Richard Fleming @7:54: “No, that’s – that’s pretty good. I mean, the federal fundings in the United States, much of it, although not all of it, got circumvented through Peter Daszak at EcoHealth. He paid moneys off to Ralph Baric at the University of North Carolina, but that’s not the only American Institution, and to Shi Zheng-li at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. And we’ve seen decades of them working back and forth.

In fact, there’s some data that I have that isn’t yet in the book, and I’m saving it for a special purpose, um, and I’ll let your readers think about what that special purpose might be, showing that these same people also worked genetically to alter viruses so that they would escape the ability of our immune system to fight them off. And they successfully proved this. So this particular virus doesn’t have that aspect to it, but clearly if you’re developing one biological weapon, you know research scientists like myself don’t work on a project and go, ‘Well, that’s good. We’re going home now for the rest of our lives.’ I mean, you’re constantly working on new things. And one of the ways to think about this is the United States is playing China, China was playing the United States, and look who got caught in the crossfire.”

Mike Adams @9:07 “And the institution of this twisted science was playing us all, because my next question to you is about – remember when Peter Daszak authored that article, I think it was published in the Lancet, that initially proclaimed: “Oh, this is zoonotic. This couldn’t possibly have come from a lab.” I mean they were very insistent and they were arm-twisting and they were recruiting. And some of this came out in the FOIA request of Fauci’s emails where Daszak and Fauci were coordinating this, this fairy tale, to try to proclaim this wasn’t built in a lab. What are your comments on that?”

Dr. Richard Fleming @9:42: “Well, I have a very personal comment. You know, a lot of people spend their lives as research scientist, trying to become reviewers and editors for major league journals; it’s a big plus for us. I resigned in 2020 from two journals: The British Medical Journal Open Quality, and the Lancet. And I did that because of this type of use of a journal that used to be prestigious, to represent science at its best, being used as a manipulative tool for somebody to drive their agenda. And that unfortunately was the prostitution of our research journals.”

Mike Adams @10:22 “Wow. Wow! So, you said something to me related to this before we started our interview, that Fauci does not represent science. And, this is my next question, cause I’m very concerned about that. I mean, my background, I’m a food scientist. I run a mass spec food science lab. And we do very accurate quantitation and method development for glyphosate concentration and things like that for our business. That’s what we do. We test everything. Right? So we’ve very practical application. And I have always believed in the tenets of science. You know, let’s develop a method, let’s calibrate the instrument, let’s run it, let’s compare it to certified reference materials, do all these things. Yeah, that’s valid. That’s legit. And yet I see the institution of science committing suicide! Apparently. Committing suicide – credibility suicide. What do you think?”

Dr. Richard Fleming @11:13: “Right. Well I think part of the, part of the problem is because somebody calls themselves “scientist” doesn’t mean that they were actually practicing science. I mean, it’s more of a pseudoscience when you get into that. I was in medical college at the time that HIV hit. You know? And we got to see it first-hand. And I am hard-pressed, and that was in the early 1980’s, I am hard-pressed to find any substantive quality published research since that time that has Anthony Fauci’s name to it. So… you may be in charge of an agency, but that doesn’t mean that you’ve contributed to the field of science. Science builds upon all the work that, just as you said, you have to – you have to figure out what you’re doing, research-wise, you have to figure out how you’re going to answer that question, you have to be able to make your equipment work.

A good point to stop, at PCR, right there. Equipment working.

Kary Mullis developed the PCR test to look for genetic sequence. That’s what the patent is for. It looks for genetic sequence. If you read that patent, Kary Mullis said you stop at 20 cycles. It gets you a 100% of the genetic material if it’s there; anything else becomes gobbledy-gook, using that good scientific term that my parents taught me a long time ago. And what happened to that scientific tool? Well it got abused. By people who claim that they’re running science, but didn’t really understand the science.

You know, Mullis and I have two things – couple things in common. One, both patents, [owners]. And the second, we both think that Fauci is anything but science and we don’t think he’s much of a scientist. And we’ve both declared that we would love an opportunity to debate with him at any point in time about the science.

And that’s an offer that, you know, I make here again, which is: Anthony Fauci – anytime, anyday, anywhere, any place, you want to have a debate about SARS-CoV-2 and real science, let’s do it, so the American people can see what the truth of this is.

Mike Adams @13:18: “Is he hearing you say that, Dr. Fleming?

This is what gives me hope in the future of science. Because you are obviously an informed, intelligent, analytical person. And this is what desperately needs to be applied right now.

Because just going back to PCR, I’ve heard from other people, cause I’m always interviewing and talking to people, there are individuals out there who would just go to Thermo Fisher, and they would purchase PCR equipment, that they had never been trained on, they’d never run before – and it’s not that expensive, in terms of lab science. For a hundred grand or a hundred and twenty grand, you can get a PCR and a sample prep, you know, instrument. And they would run these things, and they would make a million dollars in one weekend doing tests for a local clinic or a hospital. Cause it’s all being billed out to the government.

And so, this is the case, exactly as you said, it was abused! And they would turn the cycle thresholds up to 35 or more! And they’re just – they’re basically just reporting instrument noise. This is background noise and they call it COVID. Wow!”

Dr. Richard Fleming @14:24: “Yeah, noise to signal ratio is the physics term, and they’ve introduced a bunch of noise into this. You know, what we have demonstrated very clearly in the almost 2 years here is that using PCR tests, we have demonstrated that respiratory viruses are transmitted from person to person, by respiratory pathways. We have proven that the inflammation and blood-clotting that’s associated with COVID-19, that I talked about first in 1994, is the cause of these diseases; that if you don’t treat that, people die.

And we have shown that if you take a drug vaccine, that is directed towards just a part of one type of variant of a species of coronavirus, and you make an immune response to that, you’ll make an immune response, but when you dump billions of that into the body, you’ll make a massive immune response and have very adverse effects, which is what we’re seeing.

It didn’t make any – it didn’t make any difference in the number of people who end up with the COVID or dying; vaccinated versus not. But we managed to devote massive immune responses and then we were able to put pressure on the virus to promote one of the variants, in this case delta – but there’s lambda and a whole series of these that are out there, that if you actually attack one part of, in this case the virus, you’ll promote the spread of the other types that are immune. Because the antibodies are completely different for that type of spike protein.”

Mike Adams @15:57: “Right. Viral, just viral evolution add up to host adaptation.” 

Dr. Richard Fleming: “Yeah, I mean the virus – it’s like antibody resistant bacteria. Those anti – those bacteria are already resistant. But if you dump antibiotics into the system indiscriminately, you’ll kill off the ones that can’t handle that, but the antibody resistant ones will flourish. And that’s all we’ve done. Is we have demonstrated, wow, pressure selection works.

So we know that viruses pass by air, we know that if you don’t treat patients they die, and we know that if you put pressure on a species like this virus, it will select out for the ones that are most viable to live and cause a problem. And like Albert Einstein said, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.” Well, let me ask everybody: how did our masking, quarantining, deprivation of medical treatment, and pressure selection on a virus work? – Wait a minute. We’re doing the same thing we did 2 years ago. I think that answers the question. 

And, with the book, we now who know who’s paying for it and the people who paid to develop it, are the same people that are blocking the treatments, are the same people getting money for the vaccines; and that should raise just a few eyebrows out there, among the at least 30% of the U.S. population that we know are beginning to listen to the science, as opposed to the pseudoscience political speech.”

Mike Adams @17:29: “My, you raised so many issues here, let me see if I can remember all the questions. Just from that.

So, one thing you’re referring to is the epidemiological effects of the viral adaptation pressures caused by mass vaccinations of people during a strong outbreak. Now, Geert Vanden Bossche, Dr. Bossche, if I’m pronouncing it correctly – Bossche – he’s warned about that exact scenario. And he’s an epidemiologist, a pro-vaccine epidemiologist, or researcher, and it seems now, when you have certain countries like Israel and Australia that are very heavily vaccinated and now they’re starting to see that the severe patients who are experiencing hospitalization, have now sometimes 74% of them have been vaccinated. Is that – seeing that, is that consistent with what you are describing?”

Dr. Richard Fleming @18:23: “Absolutely. And when they talk about the unvaccinated having problems as well, well of course, because it’s all been selected out to produce these slightly more infective delta variants. So yeah, they’ve done a brilliant job of proving science is correct, um, they just haven’t figured out quite how to handle this. And that would require that they step back and go, ‘You know, maybe we should have been more upfront and honest with you about what we were doing with this money and the development of this bioweapon.’

Um, because now, now these people are criminally culpable. They have violated a Biological Weapons Convention treaty. They have violated informed consent with the Declaration of Helsinki. They have violated the International Covenant of Civil Political Rights Treaty. They have violated the Nuremberg Code.

Physicians in the United States that are vaccinating people who have not read the package inserts to obtain the information about the drugs are violating their Hippocratic Oath – but, wait a minute, there’s actually nothing on those package inserts. They say that they are intentionally blank, so had they read them, they would have seen that they were intentionally blank and that they don’t have informed consent to give to the patients.

What we’re seeing from the VAERS is that all the inflammation and blood-clotting that I warned about in 1994 is exactly what we’re seeing in healthy people with this massive immune response, causing heart damage, liver damage, neurologic diseases; all the things that we’ve been warning about. All the things that we have made worse by the very approach that we’ve done to this.

And you know, if we were just human beings and we actually had gotten exposed to a virus that was doing this to us, that would be one thing, and you could say ‘oops, my bad’, you know, using the vernacular. But the problem is, we’re the ones who developed it. And by ‘we’ I don’t mean me. I mean the people that are talked about in this book. The people that, and you’ll see in the book, where they took one part of one virus, combined it with another part of another virus, then inserted separate nuclei type bases in there to make it more infective.

I mean, this is – I don’t know… you know, they might have at one point in time thought they were doing something for mankind decades ago, but when you get to the place that you’ve jumped evolutionary barriers, by decades and tens and hundreds and perhaps thousands of years, and produced something that we would not have to be worrying about, and now you’ve produced this gain of function weapon, in violation of treaties?

First off, you’re criminally accountable, and secondly, anybody who requires mandated vaccines without these informed consents, have violated international treaties. And if you are an elected official, or an appointed official, and you’ve taken an oath to defend and uphold the Constitution of the United States, you have violated that oath. And under that oath and the Constitution, that’s treason.”

Mike Adams @21:36: “So what you are describing, and I think our audience agrees with everything that you’ve just described, but I want to ask you one step further on this.

What you appear to be describing, is a large-scale organized crime, racketeering, money-laundering operation, you know, the government’s laundering money into the hands of big pharma, while big pharma is funding the FDA and funding the politicians and the CDC, which owns patents on some of the earlier coronaviruses. Probably receiving royalties of some kind on all of this. And keep people like Walensky, the director of the CDC, her husband, his company, receive millions of dollars in NIH grant money; approved by Fauci and so on.

This is an incestuous money-laundering racket with the cost being born by the people. Because the vaccine companies have legal immunity from indemnification from lawsuits. But the people then have to bear their own medical cost from the adverse reactions, long-term effects, long-term blood clot, inflammation effects; all of these things. This is – if this is all true, it’s beyond insidious, it’s beyond criminal, it is – it is perhaps the most diabolical attack on humanity that has ever been waged on this planet. Would that be accurate?”

Dr. Richard Fleming @22:56: “Absolutely. When Adolf Hitler started the Nazi regime, the first people that they put in concentration camps were not the Jews. It was the intellectuals. The people that would open debate discussions about what was going on. After he accomplished that, then he went after the Jews and the homeless and anybody else he thought that was undesirables.

So the first thing you do, if you want to have this type of effect, is you take out the intellectuals so that people will not discuss and debate what’s really going on and figure it out. And what happened in Germany? The doctors went along with it, the politicians went along with it, the judges went along with it. The only difference is that they really had a very small group of people that they were experimenting on, compared to what’s going on today, because this is a global experiment. And you’re either part of the experimental, or you’re part of the control group, right now.

You know? And the data is pouring in, whether we like it or not. And history is being written whether we like it or not. So, Adolf Hitler and Josef Mengele are turning over in their graves right now going, ‘wow, we could not have imagined being able to pull anything off on this massive scale’. And yet, we’ve shown repeatedly that if you lockdown people and quarantine them and keep them from talking, and feed them the agenda.

Goebbels – no, Goering, rather, at the Nuremberg Trial in 1947, when he was being held accountable for his crimes against humanity, looked at the prosecutors – the American prosecutors, and said, “If you want to manipulate a people, and have them do what you want as a government, all you have to do is tell them there’s a problem, tell them what the answer to that problem is. Tell them that anybody who opposes that answer is a traitor to the country. And you can get them to do it.”

And the Americans said, “You, you are so wrong. We live in the United States. We elect our officials.” And he laughed at them and he said, “Look. A republic. A parliament. Communist. Socialist. Fascist. It doesn’t matter. People are controlled the same way. You isolate them, you tell them there’s a problem, you tell them what the answer to the problem is, you tell them anybody who opposes that, is a traitor to the country. You put the people against each other.”

And that’s what’s happened. We’ve seen it in families. We’ve seen it in churches. We’ve seen it in businesses. We’ve seen it in cities. We’ve seen it in states. We’ve seen it in countries. I have colleagues in Italy that tell me right now, that the response that the non-vaccinated are receiving from the vaccinated people in Italy was the same response that they saw when Mussolini was in charge of Italy during World War 2. The same pressures, threatens, accusations; not a thoughtful discussion. You know?

If somebody is nuts, – you know, if this book is wrong, well I’ve pretty much laid out all the data; it’s – it would be easy to refute it. The problem is, I’ve laid out all the data. And you can’t refute it. The documents have been saved by the way, in case they try to pull them off the internet. They’ve been, they’ve been given to several sources for safe-keeping for hard copies, for use in courts around the world as we hold these people accountable.”

Mike Adams @26:24: “So once again, you’ve – we’re going to have to do more interviews, because you’re, you’re just flagging all of these things. Let me just, let me bring up the Stanford Prison Experiment. I’m sure you’re familiar with it, it was based on the Milgram Experiment, but the Stanford Prison Experiment, for the viewers who may not be familiar, they took volunteers, who I believe were Stanford graduate students, and they divided them up. Just, half of you are going to play the role of guards, prison guards, and the other half are going to play the role of prisoners. And then they role-played that for not very long, when the guards became, you know, diabolical, cruel, in their treatment. Because they began to adopt these psychological roles.

And that’s what you’re describing, Dr. Fleming. Where the vaccinated, now, become the prison guards of society. And where this is going is now very clear, because the CDC has a document on their website that we’re covering. It talks about “green zones”, which are COVID quarantine camps.

Governor Lee of Tennessee, just on Friday, signed an Executive Order authorizing National Guard and State Guard to take people away from their homes with telephone assessments, determining who needs to be taken away, to be put into involuntary internment camps, that are being constructed in the state of Tennessee. And the CDC saying we’re going to have “community level neighborhood enforcers” of some kind, who are checking in with you to make sure you’re complying.

This – this is, this is an Orwellian nightmare, come to life.”

Dr. Richard Fleming @28:00: “Yeah. This is Nazi, Germany. And by the way, Executive Orders don’t have legal authority if the legislative bodies is Mr. Executive, in this case, the governor, you don’t have the authority to do that.

And this is where I point it out earlier in our discussion. Anybody who takes the oath of office to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States, and, same thing for their states, the supreme law of land in the United States is the U.S. Constitution. Statutes passed by the Congress of the United States and treaty law, it’s in the Constitution, violation of any of those by anybody who has an oath is a violation of the Constitution, is treason by definition. Treason is punishable by death. [Mike Adams: “By definition. Also. Yes.”]

By definition. Violation of the Biologic Weapons Convention treaty, the ICCPR treaty, the Nuremberg Code, and the Helsinki Declaration, are international treaty violations before the International Criminal Court, is – are crimes against humanity, just as they were in Nuremberg. So I’m calling for Nuremberg 2. We are much closer to that than anybody else has and perhaps I’ll come back another day to let you know exactly where we’re at on that. [Mike Adams: “We need that update, yes.”] 

These crimes are crimes against humanity, and they are punishable by death, just like they were in Nuremberg, and bear – remember, that in Nuremberg, there wasn’t just one trial. There were a dozen of them. After the first trial, came the doctors trial, and the couple after that the jurists, or the judges, and the attorneys and the law-maker trials. They were all held accountable in International Court for crimes against humanity.”

Mike Adams @29:57: “How – I don’t know, the historical record in detail. How many people were sentenced to death for being complicit in that?”

Dr. Richard Fleming: “Um, I’ve actually got that on the site in some of the presentations I’ve done so I know. I can try to really pull up, real quick, one of the PowerPoint slides.”

Mike Adams: “While you’re looking for that, let me just tell the audience that the title of your book is, “Is COVID-19 a Bioweapon?” It’s currently available on Amazon, somehow. I’m not sure how. They’ll probably pull it at some point. So get it while you can. “Is COVID-19 a Bioweapon?”

Dr. Richard Fleming: “So, there were, in the initial trial, of the 24 defendants, with Goering and the rest, of the initial 24, 12 were given the death sentence. 3 were given life imprisonments. 4 were sentenced between 10 and 20 years. None of them received the treatment that they wanted. Some of them thought, well, we were – they were German high officials, they should be treated with more respect. And the court just laughed at that.

And then there were a couple, Hitler and Goering – or Goebbels, both committed suicide before the war came to an end. And Goering laughed at them and committed suicide the day before they were going to execute him. There were 12 trials, after that one came the doctors trial, and 7, there were 7 German doctors who argued that they weren’t doing anything different than American and other – and Russian doctors were doing. And the truth of the matter is, they really weren’t doing things worse. But they were physicians – excuse me, they were physicians who came up and said, the problem with that is that these things were wrong no matter who did it and we’re not going to let them get by with it. So that was the Nuremberg Code that was developed. And uh… let’s see… if I have that numbers on that.

Of the 16, let’s see, of the 23 doctors, 16 were found guilty, and 7 were executed. [Mike Adams: “Wow. Wow.”] So if you think you get by free on this one, um, you don’t. Because as long as I’m still living and breathing, I plan to see this through. Because this is a violation. This is a violation of science. This is a violation of medicine. This is a violation of humanity.”

Mike Adams @32:40: “What will it take, Dr. Fleming, before we can have that kind of public pressure to call for Nuremberg 2.0? Because, you know, looking back at World War 2, they – the Nazi regime got away with genocide for many years. Murdered millions of people, while these so-called good Germans went along with it. And it was happening in their own backyards; they wanted to be part of the party. One of the economic benefits of having the war factories running, and so on. We have a lot of good Germans in America today, I’ve noticed. Because they’re going along with it. It might be half the country at this point. Going along with it.”

Dr. Richard Fleming @33:19: “Yeah, there’s a nice sign that I’ve seen that I’m sure has been spread around through our social media system that we have. Where it says, “If you wondered what you would’ve done in Nazi, Germany 1930’s, you now know.” 

Mike Adams: “That’s right. That’s right. And, you can look at your friends, family members, co-workers, whatever, you can now tell who would’ve been right at home in the Nazi regime.

Dr. Richard Fleming @33:43: “Here’s the important thing your listeners need to realize. The people that recognize there’s a problem, need to reach out to the people who have been taken advantage of. Because most of the people who get vaccinated, for example, did so because they were worried about someone they loved and care about.

Vaccines don’t keep you from getting infected. For them to work, you have to get infected. Okay? Vaccines don’t keep you from spreading infection. They simply make it possible for your body to respond sooner, to whatever you get vaccinated with so that your symptoms are shorter in duration. Which is a great way to increase asymptomatic carriers. Or minimally symptomatic carriers. And the problem is, it doesn’t do a thing for the pressure strains of the variants that exists. And those are going to continue.

These viruses have a lot of variants, we’re tracking, I as a research scientist, I’m actually watching the data that’s being done on the changes in these viruses to watch what’s going on. To watch what changes are occurring, what changes are happening naturally, evolutionary wise to this virus. Because even though it was man-made, it’s still a virus. It’s a living thing, and it’s making the changes like living organisms do.

Some of it looks like it’s trying to delete some of the inserts that were put into it. The consequences of some of that is becoming even more infective, but it’s not becoming more dangerous. Remember that if a virus becomes too dangerous, it will kill whatever it’s in, and then it can’t spread. So it’s not like these things become more dangerous. They get dangerous enough to get their benefit, naturally, and when idiot humans work on them and make them – well, all bets are off.

And what we saw was an ideal bioweapon, because the idea of a bioweapon isn’t to kill your enemy. We learned in Vietnam, my era, that if you wanted to win, you didn’t shoot to kill your enemy; you shot to maim your enemy because a wounded soldier on the other side might have friends that will come to the rescue of their friend and drag them off the field. Right? Now instead of killing one person, you’ve taken 2 or 3 people off the field. So maiming is much more effective.

Now if you can demoralize and damage a society by putting it – I don’t know – by shutdown and economic tailspin and, and keeping its people from talking, you have developed the ideal bioweapon.”

Mike Adams @36:18: “But, to that point, the people who built this, and the people who have pushed this and promoted the hysteria, they have gained so much power and profit. Also through the assertion of false authority, like the CDC claiming they now control all private property rental contracts, somehow, for some reason out of the blue. But why wouldn’t they now release something more dangerous and more deadly if they have it in the freezer? You know, the Fauci Freezer 2.0. Why wouldn’t that now be their next play?”

Dr. Richard Fleming @36:52: “There isn’t any reason why it wouldn’t be. Remember earlier I made the comment that research scientists don’t stop and say, “Okay, I guess we’re done with this project. Let’s go home.” They’re constantly working on it. You know, if you got the people doing what you want the people to do, well, you now have a perfect setup for continuing to run your experiment. You know? And which may not be the way people want to think about it, but it’s, from that point of view, it’s a great experimental design of ‘what can we get by with what can we do?’

And one thing that, you know, I didn’t mention before, I was working in my Master’s in psychology before I entered medical college. And so we had done all the work on these types of things, as graduate students in psychology, including the Stanford study and things like that. And it’s amazing what people will do. They will do it because they like power and control. They will do it because they don’t want to be hurt, and so they’d rather go along with it. It’s very easy to turn people against people.

But again, going back to the idea, if you can reach out to your neighbors and your friends and the people that maybe you’ve been alienated from, and say, “You know, this isn’t us. This isn’t us fighting us.” We’ve gotta stop fighting us and start looking at the science and the information. Which is what this book does, “Is COVID-19 a Bioweapon?” tells you what you need to know.

Well you can go find it, and prove for yourself because – like Galileo? You know? He got put under house arrest for telling everybody – most people think he got put under house arrest for saying the Earth goes around the sun. What he got put under house arrest for was saying, “You know what? Don’t take my word for it. And don’t take anybody else’s word for it. If you look up at the sun and the stars and the moon, and you think about these few things… you know what? You’re smart enough to figure this out on your own.”

And oh my goodness. Do we really want people having common sense and saying, wait a minute. If this approach was so good, why would we have to offer Krispy Kreme donuts, and marijuana, and lottery tickets, and major league baseball tickets – I mean, we wouldn’t have to bribe the American people for doing that.

Recognize that, as a research scientist with 53 years, if these drug vaccines had actually been tested properly, and done correctly so that they produce the desired end result? I’d be the first person in line saying, “Go get ’em!” That’s not what you’re hearing. What you’re hearing, is that’s not what’s going on, and these are the people who built it.”

Mike Adams @39:26: “Okay, your experience in psychology leads me to this next question. One of the things that we find, in trying to reach out to people, is that those who have already taken the vaccine, then, they of course are now looking for data and filtering out anything, so that they can reinforce their previous behavior. So they’re taking the vaccine, they cannot cognitively accept contradictory information that would show, retroactively, that they made a bad decision. That phenomenon is very real.”

Dr. Richard Fleming @39:57: “Right. Right. But here’s the good news for them. Because part of the problem for them is that they’re going, “Well, if I accept that, now it means… I’m in trouble. And the people that I thought I was protecting are in trouble.”

Well here’s the good news. Number one: it turns out that we did research on people that had the infection or developed COVID-19 and we showed success in 99.83% of the cases by treating the inflammation, the blood clotting and the attachment of the virus and its ability to replicate. So with the stress of all this, I actually put together a protocol based upon prior published research, from lots of different people. You can go to the website, the one area of published research on SARS has more than a hundred and sixty research papers on it.”

Mike Adams @40:47: “And this is all at flemingmethod.com?”

Dr. Richard Fleming: “Flemingmethod.com. That will explain these different drugs, and the vaccines themselves. The EUA documents. And drugs that work and why they work.

So one of the examples is, Ivermectin has not been known, the way I do it, with tissue measurement, to interfere with the attachment of replication of the virus. What it has been shown to do, is protect the nucleus of the cell from being, from having genetic material from outside the cell get into your cell and become part of your DNA.

So one of the problems of the vaccines, is it’s dumping BILLIONS, versus hundreds of viral particles, but BILLIONS of genetic codes for spike proteins. And we’re talking for Pfizer/Moderna, 13.1 billion, and for Janssen and AstraZeneca, 50 billion. You know. In Novavax it’s nothing more than just dumping in a load of that spike protein made inside moth cells. And God knows what’s actually in the spike protein since it had to get in the DNA of the moth cell to then be made.

I mean, you know, at what – I don’t know. Right? Because they’re not actually showing it, so injecting that is not more intelligent. It’s injecting spike proteins made by moth cells, into you, with probably something else.

And so, what these protocols that I put on the website for people who have been vaccinated or have shedding problems, which we know shedding’s a real thing because the FDA and Health and Human Services published 2 papers: 1 in August of 2015, talking about, what do you do with mRNA and DNA viral and bacterial gene therapies? Their words, not mine. And then in January of 2020, came out with an updated report, FDA and Health and Human Services and CDERs on the shedding byproducts are the products of what you inject in the body. Which are, you know, spike protein and who knows what else? Right?

So as a result of that, we’ve put together the best evidence available, treatment protocols, and we have been testing that in Europe and some places in the United States, and we’re seeing positive results from people. So we know the sooner that gets started the better, and, you know, if you’re not symptomatic, you don’t see anything, you know, you have nothing to measure. But it’s not a done deal just because you got vaccinated and you had problems or you’re concerned about it.

We know from the animal models right now that the humanized mice developed brains that look like sponges; so what I would call spongiform encephalopathy, and what the general public calls mad cow disease. We know the rhesus macaque animal models – the rhesus macaque animal models showed Lewy bodies, which causes Alzheimer’s disease in the brains of all the animals that were given these spike proteins. We know this is true whether you get it naturally or by the vaccine. The difference is that these drug vaccine biologics have BILLIONS compared to hundreds or thousands. Right? So you don’t have to be a rocket scientist. You don’t have to have a PhD, MD, JD to figure this out. You know, my parents would have told you, “Yeah, billions versus hundreds, big difference.”

Mike Adams @44:12: “But, but I’ve actually, I’ve heard from people who were trying to justify why they took the vaccine, and they would actually tell me that they wanted the smallest possible exposure and that the vaccine could provide that. And I said, “Are you kidding me?” I mean, that’s not a small exposure. What are they injecting – 250 microliters? And, you know, spike protein particles are really tiny. So there’s a lot of ’em in there.”

Dr. Richard Fleming @44:37: “Yeah, when you do the math, and you can – there’s actually, I’ve got that on the website so you can do the math based upon the volume, and for the lipid nanoparticles, Pfizer and Moderna, it’s 13.1 BILLION. And Janssen and AstraZeneca it’s 50 BILLION. Okay? [Mike Adams: “Incredible.”]

And you have to understand, once you appreciate that this spike protein is a man-made gain of function bioweapon, and then you realize that the vaccines are nothing more than the genetic code for the bioweapon, now you realize that the vaccines ARE the bioweapon. In addition to the virus.”

Mike Adams @45:16: “But, what you’re saying makes perfect, logical, rational sense. But how can mainstream doctors be so self-convinced it seems, when you can give them research. Hey, the Salk Institute says the spike protein causes widespread vascular damage, and the spike protein is IN the AstraZeneca vaccine that’s been linked to blood clots and so on. And they will – they will somehow, they will delete that from their consciousness. They will say that they don’t believe there is a spike protein. Or that they think that that antigen target is harmless. They just delete, from their consciousness – It’s like, it’s like mass hypnosis or something. Really.”

Dr. Richard Fleming @45:27: “Yeah, and one of the reasons we’re having so many papers – that 160+ papers and it’s growing every day, on the website, is doctors do want to do the right thing, by and large. But they haven’t had the data. They haven’t known where to go look for it. And they haven’t had the data to look and say, “Wait a minute. This was a gain of function bioweapon. This was something man-made.”

The benefit of putting this information out there, for the general public to read, and for the doctors to read, is to bring everybody up to speed. You know, last year, a year ago, I’d have said, “You know what, doctors? I get it. You’re just going along with what we’ve done before. We know vaccines can be beneficial for people.”

I’m not anti-vaccine. I’m just anti-bad medicine. Okay? People have heard me say that now probably too much. But I’m just anti, anti-stupidity, okay? Richard doesn’t suffer fools gladly. That’s what my original mentor used to tell people. And I don’t. I don’t. I don’t care what position or power, authority they have. And the more of that they have, the more responsibility they have to be honest and upright, and honest with people.

So the truth of the matter is, a year ago, I could give a break to my medical colleagues and say, “Okay, you just didn’t know. You were going along with what’s been taught. But look guys. We’ve never seen this much of a blithering disaster before in our lives.” Right?

I mean, we’ve never had a problem where we’ve promoted a variant that’s more infective of something as a result of the vaccines we’ve done. Our vaccines in the past have taken a virus, say… measles. Okay? And we’ve taken the whole, the whole family of measles, right? You know, because there’s not one thing. It’s just one human, right? Humans vary, but they’re all humans. There’s not one type of bacteria, you know, e. coli, but there’s a variety of them, but they’re all e. coli. Well there’s not just one type of SARS-CoV-2. There’s varieties of those.

So in the past we’ve always taken those viruses, we’ve weakened them, attenuated them, and then injected it into people. So what did people see? They saw all of them. And they saw all the parts of the virus. So they didn’t just see a spike protein. They saw the nucleocaps, and the envelope, and the HE and all the other components of it that they can then make antibodies to, and t-cell responses to. So if they saw any of that in the future, they responded.

What did we do this time around? We didn’t give you the whole thing. We gave you the genetic code of a bioweapon, of one type of spike protein, so that the further you get away from that, the less likely you’ll respond to it, and you won’t recognize the virus if you get a variant of it for real, because not only will the spike protein be different, but you’ll never have had any exposure, the HE component, or the envelope component, or the nucleocapsid component. So it’s all brand new to you; you’ve got NO immunity.

And there’s papers that have been published that show that people with natural exposure to SARS-CoV-2 have long lasting natural immunity with t-cell and antibody major responses – it doesn’t matter how bad the exposure was or how bad the infection was. And there’s data that shows that there’s no relapse for people who have had influenza A inside a megalovirus. 

Mike Adams @49:14: “Yeah, robust natural immunity was the term. Now, now Dr. Walensky of the CDC has admitted a recent quote. She said that we’re only a couple of mutations away from the original vaccines being completely ineffective. So, she’s saying what you just said. I mean, she’s confirming it. That’s almost a direct quote from her. It’s astonishing! Even they realize their vaccines are failing.”

Dr. Richard Fleming @49:40: “This is a dog chasing its tail. And while that’s fun to do with a dog, particularly if it’s your dog and you like him, okay? This isn’t exactly the same thing, is it? I mean, people – people are dying, because they get infected and then when they get ill, they’re not getting treatment. That doctors KNOW work. Okay? These agencies do not have the legal authority to be telling doctors not to use these treatments. [Mike Adams: “It’s extraordinary.”]

Agencies don’t have the right to ship people off to camps. That governor, doesn’t have a legal right in his state, to do that. His legislature needs to step up, the people in that state need to look at their elected officials and go, “Guys. You want to be elected next term? You need to put a hold on this. You don’t have this authority.” This did not become the Third Reich/Fourth Reich in the last 2 years. Even though they’ve been playing with this for 3 decades.”

Mike Adams @50:41: “Well, knowing some people from Tennessee, I have a feeling there’s going to be a shorter John Rope coming up real soon. But we’ll, we’ll leave that to people’s imagination.

Let me ask you about inflammation. This is our last 5 minutes here. You’re an expert on inflammation and I think one of your patents you said relates to the measurement of inflammation in tissues. I want to ask you about your estimate of the progression of the inflammatory response, specially based on the mRNA technology that’s causing people to generate these spike protein bioweapons in their bodies.

And again, the Salk Institute says, yeah, these spike protein cause vascular damage. We’ve seen blood clots, especially in young, healthy males with otherwise healthy cardiovascular function. We’ve seen myocarditis, we’ve seen strokes, we’ve seen heart attacks, lots of things.

What’s the prognosis if people don’t do the things that you describe on your website? Because there are interventions that can be post-vaccine interventions, that can help tremendously. But if they don’t do those things, because it’s all being censored, what’s the progression that we can expect to see even antibody dependent enhancement?”

Dr. Richard Fleming @51:46: “Yeah, so an antibody dependent enhancement is very unique to this virus. Which is also another trigger for you to realize that it’s not a naturally occurring one. Because in this virus, the antibody dependent enhancement is actually the result of antibodies being made to the end terminal domain of the spike protein. And when those antibodies attach, they open up the spike protein and make it 4 to 10 times as infective. That’s the real antibody dependent enhancement.

It’s different than anything we’ve seen before. But this is – so the body is going to produce this InflammoThrombotic Response that I talked about originally in ’94 or ’95, put in my textbook in ’99. Did the bacterial work from 2000 to 2003 and was on 20/20 talking about it in 2004, so you would’ve thought we’d have this down by now. But your body sees something infected, whether it’s a spike protein or the virus, and it dumps chemicals from your t-cells to try and kill anything that’s been attached to it, to try to stop the replication of the virus. That happens at about 3-5 days, and then in 7-10 days your b-cells kick in and do much of the same thing chemically, but then also make antibodies. Right? So they’re going to go in and they’re going to attach to that tissue.

Now, all you need to go back and do is look at strep pharyngitis, when people get strep throat and doctors like myself say, particularly cardiologists like myself say, ‘you need antibiotics for that’. Why do we write that? Because those antibodies that respond to streptococcus pneumoniae, or what you call strep throat, also recognize the valves of your heart as looking an awful lot like it, and produce rheumatic heart disease. There’s different heart valves. And over the course of time, you’ll end up with a valve replacement. So when these attacks occur on your heart, if you don’t stop them sooner than later, it causes inflammation and damage and weakness to the heart. And the longer that goes on, the more that damage is going to occur and it’s going to add up over the course of time.

And you’re going to take, for the love of God, vaccinating our kids, and – and you know, all the way down, and our college students, our university students, our athletes, with these – these vaccines that are producing, we know, 6,000 cases so far reported on VAERS of heart attacks, or damage/death to the heart. And cardiomyopathies, or inflammation of the heart that produce viral cardiomyopathies – that we’ve known about since, I don’t know, at least I – when I was in medical school in the Dark Ages in the early 80’s, 1980’s, it’s going to get progressively worse and worse and worse.

We know from the animal models that the brain disease that occurs in those animals means that at about a year and a half, we’re going to start seeing this occur in people. Now it’s going to depend on how much they got exposed to, and how much got into the brain, how much damage was done to the heart. But we’re going to see these progressive diseases take more and more of a toll if people don’t take action to address them.”

Mike Adams @54:46: “Well Dr. Hoffe from Canada has spoken about using d-dimer tests, I believe to – and some microscopy, to look at micro blood clots in the vascular system of post-vaccine patients. And he’s expressed tremendous concern about medium term 2-3 years out, vascular damage that is accumulating and leading to severe cardio events. Have you seen what he’s talking about?”

Dr. Richard Fleming @55:16: “Yeah, FlemingMethod is the only way that – is the way that we monitored those treatments so we can fine-tune in our study what was going on. And you can monitor people every 3 days and you can see the change; you can see whether they’re getting better on the treatment or not making any change or getting worse. So this stuff doesn’t take a ton of time to start seeing any effect.

You know, once the immune system kicks in, 3-5 days for t-cells, 7-10 days for antibody production, from the delayed humoral response, and you’re going to start seeing damage occur. If you don’t do something about that damage, and you develop COVID-19 as a result, you’re going to see the consequences of that. A slow smoldering process is still a fire that’s burning. It may not end you up in the hospital, but it’s going to – and it’s going to depend on the person. How bad that turns out over the course of time. And we’re going to get to see it.”

Mike Adams @56:12: “I’ve got to ask you this question. I hope you can stay another couple of minutes, but, what about the proinflammatory properties of certain low-grade seed oils that are heavily used in the diet – such as soy oil, corn oil, and so on – perhaps canola. Do you think there’s kind of a confluence of synergistic toxic effects from COVID-19 vaccines, spike protein injections, and dietary factors such as proinflammatory ingredients?”

Dr. Richard Fleming @56:41: “Right, so the original theory that I talked about in 1994 that’s on the website, includes all of those factors together. I mean, basically I joined American Heart in 1976 as the youngest faculty member ever. And that put me on 3 major committees right upfront: Basic Cardiac Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and the newly formed Physician Cholesterol Education Faculty.

So I went around talking about cholesterol and training physicians and the general public on all these different aspects. And then in 1994, after doing a lot of research on heart disease and diets and, you know, I was, I did several dietary studies; I’ve done more dietary studies that I ever wanted to do in my life, on the effect of various diseases including heart disease.

And in 1994 I walked into American Heart and I said, “Look guys, okay, I’ve been – I’ve looked at my data, I’ve looked at all the other data.” You know. I’ve looked at data outside of the U.S., outside of medicine; I’ve looked at everybody’s data. I had something like 5 or 6 hundred papers at that time, and I said, “Here’s the 12 things that I think play a role to varying degrees in different people. Much like a spider’s web, where you can tug on one part, it’ll affect everything else. And it produces this inflammation wall of the arteries, make it impossible for the arteries to relax and carry more blood flow, and that’s really what heart disease is.” And I got told I didn’t know what I was talking about, you know.

In fact, the HERS 2 trial, or HERS trial was coming out where they were talking about estrogen replacement, and I said, “Look. This is going to be a problem.” And they said, “No no no. We know this is going to come out well.” And that study they presented in ’94, they said, “Whoops. Look. So bad. This actually causes more heart disease.” And I said, “Really? You think so?”

Because what I was trying to tell people is, what are the general practice doctors, the family practice doctors usually do when they talk to young women that are just getting married and they say, “Doctor, I don’t want to have children right away. I want to just have time with my husband.” So they prescribe them birth control pill. Right? Estrogens, right? Right? And what’s the question the doctor says? “Well, you have any clotting problems in your family?” Why? Because we know that with the estrogens at that level, and clotting problems, you end up with problems.

Well, gee. I was part of the theory. So the theory said, yeah, cholesterol, triglycerides, saturated fats, highly processed foods, homocysteine, lipoprotein little a, fibrinogen, manipulation of things, bacteria, and viruses. All played a role, and some other things that I’d have to go look at the theory again. I put it in a nice schematic for people. All play a role to varying degrees.

So, when this hit, all SARS-CoV-2 did was, deformally prove the entire theory. Which wasn’t exactly what I was going for. But you know, back in the 90’s, I was working on these neuro five ac receptors, that I had concerns about as far as causing inflammation from animal, animal meats, and what was going – it turns out that that’s exactly what these people were working on the virus at the time, because the GP120 uses that same receptor. It’s called a sialic raft receptor, just to first hook into to help stabilize the virus to infect. But it’s also a prion region of that.

So, and when Shi Zhengli, as you’ll see in the book, put glycoprotein 120 in 2004, my original thought was she was doing it to try and get it into the nucleus of the cell, because she didn’t have that data. The Human Genome Project was being completed at that time showing that you didn’t need to do it that way. The cells would do it if you give them the right virus or bacteria. But what it did do is it anchored into the cell, and it’s a prion. And she knew that, because the data was already published in 2004 that showed GP120 produces prion diseases.

Well, it got put into the spike protein, along with everything else, produced another prion region of the spike protein that attached. That’s the regional binding site that attaches to the ace2 receptor. So, they knew this, they played with it, they intentionally did it, they knowingly did it. They violated international treaties. Violating informed consent violates more of those international treaties. So, yeah. All these things play a role.”

Mike Adams @1:01:01: “What if the, the Fauci 2.0 Special, that they might release next, this gets back to something you mentioned right at the very beginning, that the research was continuing into pushing what sounds like HIV portions, into the genetic code to achieve some sort of immunodeficiency effect? What if that’s the next bioweapon? It’s an aggressive, now novel bioweapon; none of the current vaccines touch it at all. It causes more vascular damage and it turns off the immune system. Wouldn’t that be kind of a global killer right there? Like a – like an extinction level, you know, attempt?”

Dr. Richard Fleming @1:01:41: “One of the things you’re going to see in the book is that there’s 1,770 nucleotide bases in the spike protein, that are identical to HIV and SIV, which is simian immunodeficiency virus. 

Mike Adams: “Okay. All right. So we’re not too far off the mark. Yeah, exactly. Wow. Well I hope, I hope – I mean, I can ask you questions for hours if you had the time, but I hope you’ll come back and do this again. You’re a fascinating individual, I really honor your courage in speaking out, but also the brilliance of your understanding of this. I think it – if science is to be saved at all, it’s going to be due to people like yourself, by the way. So thank you for what you’re doing. And thank you for joining us today.”

Dr. Richard Fleming: “Thank you. My pleasure to be here.”

Mike Adams: “Absolutely. Now, folks, Dr. Fleming’s book is, “Is COVID-19 a Bioweapon?” Check out his website, I’m going to: flemingmethod.com. Now I’m fascinated about all his research into inflammation prevention.

I’m drinking my turmeric smoothie right here. This is part of my anti-inflammatory response. My neuro-protective potion, right there.

So, spread the word, folks. This is going to be censored on youtube, but you are free to post it everywhere else. Thank you for watching. I’m Mike Adams, the founder of brighteon.com. Take care.”

Thank you to everyone reading and/or watching the interview. Please help spread the word and stay informed. Research is incredibly important, especially in these uncertain times and with the incredible amount of propaganda and deliberate media suppression.

Thank you to everyone exposing these corruptions.

Dr. Peter McCullough / John Leake – Vaccine is a “Horrendous Bioweapon” | [Full Interview Transcript]

Renowned doctor exposes worldwide covid treatment suppression and corruption of the medical and governmental agencies.

Thank you to John Leake and Dr. Peter McCullough. The full video below has been transcribed, and while all of the information is incredibly helpful and insightful, I did highlight some pertinent topics that were discussed. I may try and provide an index as well, but at the moment using the ctrl-F function should help in order to find particular words that may be of interest.

 

Also thank you to all the doctors/scientists/researchers, etc. who have been brave enough to stand up for their patients and for humanity in general. Your bravery and integrity speaks volumes of your character and exemplifies what it means to be a strong, compassionate individual, especially in the midst of adversity and vitriol.

Dr. Peter McCullough interview with John Leake: [Full Transcript]

On May 19, 2021 Dr. Peter McCullough was interviewed by author John Leake in Dallas, Texas on the subject of Dr. McCullough’s treatment and research of Covid-19.

Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH, FACP, FACC, FAHA, FCRSA, FCCP, FNFK, FNLA
Professor of Medicine, Texas A & M College of Medicine
Board Certified Internist and Cardiologist
President of Cardiorenal Society of America
Editor-in-Chief, Reviews in Cardiovascular Medicine
Editor-in-Chief, Cardiorenal Medicine
Senior Associate Editor, American Journal of Cardiology

@00:11: “I’m Dr. Peter McCullough, and I’m an Internist and Cardiologist and Academic Physician Professor of Medicine at Texas A & M College of Medicine on the Baylor Dallas Campus.

And, in February of 2020, like many physicians, I was really taken by storm with the news that a tremendously contagious virus was emanating out of Wuhan, China. And it looks like the United States was in the crosshairs.

When you heard the first reports of this novel respiratory illness headed our way, what were your initial thoughts about how to prepare for it?

@00:46: In the beginning, in my clinical practice, I really didn’t have any viewpoint about prior viral pandemics. And some had mentioned a prior influenza pandemics – if we go back to the 1300’s – there was, you know, plagues that occurred across Europe. But point in fact, we were largely, and very quickly, thrown into emergency mode. And so what happened was a whole series of communications within health systems that really dealt with protection of the doctors and nurses. And Americans were introduced to a term called PPE, or Personal Protective Equipment, and most of our taskforce meetings and calls really didn’t have to do with sick patients. It had to do with protection of the healthcare workers and doctors.

So, I got a sense early on that fear, group fear, was a major driver in behavioral response to the pandemic.

@01:45: My research endeavors and my research life before covid-19 centered on the interface between heart and kidney disease. I’m the President of the Cardiorenal Society of America. I’m considered the most published person on this topic in the world in history. I chair many FDA approved clinical trial data safety monitoring board – in fact I’ve probably seen and examined more drug safety trial data than any doctor in current American medicine. So I’m well-grounded in chronic disease epidemiology and randomized trials.

But for covid-19, our major viewpoint that we had early on, or at least for me with my prior cardiorenal collaborations were, was with Italian doctors. And so we were starting to email each other in terms of what is going on in the metro Milan area. In Milan, and then down to Sienna, in Tuscany, and we quickly started to get an understanding that this illness was like a[n] upper respiratory infection, like a common cold. And for a majority of individuals it was like the common cold.

However, in some individuals, it could progress to what we call the adult respiratory distress syndrome. Where there’s an overwhelming attack against the lungs; patients lost their ability to breathe and exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide, and then required mechanical intubation. So this was unlike any common cold and it appeared to be very different than influenza. Influenza in elderly people can also cause the adult respiratory distress syndrome, but it’s almost always because of a secondary bacterial infection – like staphylococcal infection.

So SARS CoV-2, the virus, and covid-19 appear to have these special features, and then within a few weeks we understood pretty clearly that the illness had 3 major biological features to it.

One was early viral replication, where the virus replicates exponentially as other viral infections do. And that it has a second phase where the immune system is tipped off into a very abnormal maladaptive pattern. So instead of the immune system defending the body, the immune system sends out signals that begin to damage organs, including the heart, the lungs, the kidneys, the brain… the blood system.

And then very importantly, the virus itself, through the spike protein, or the dangerous spicule on the surface of the ball of the virus, the spike protein itself caused coagulation or blood clotting. And a unique type of coagulation. It caused the red blood cells to stick together at the same time the platelet stick together. So this is a very different type of blood clotting that we would see with major blood clots in the arteries and veins – for instance, blood clots involved in stroke and heart attack, blood clots involved in major blood vessels in the legs – this was a different type of clotting.

And in fact the Italians courageously did some autopsies and found micro blood clots in the lungs, and so we understood in the end, the reason why the lungs fail, is not because the virus is there, it’s because micro blood clots are there.

What were you seeing in the initial reports about Covid-19?

@05:11: The waves of reports in published medical literature originally emanated out of China, the early ones, and the public should understand that the typical publication cycle for an academic paper that’s peer-reviewed and published, can be anywhere from 9 months to 2 years.

So, what happened was the publication cycles were too long to get any rapid information out. So immediately our system collapsed and it’s what’s called preprints. So publications would be submitted, papers would be submitted for publication, but the preprint would come out basically telling the world that the paper had not yet undergone peer-review, but we need to get this information out now because people need to understand what’s going on.

So we had a wave from China originally, which was difficult to interpret, because of English writing, because the Chinese population is just so different in terms of its structure, and it was hard to make much out of what was coming out of China outside of it, and in some cases it could be fatal.

Italy was much more like the United States. That was the next big wave and we just collaborate more freely with the Italians. And what I had done is I reached out to what’s called the Coracle Network in Italy as an American doctor and I freely said, “Listen, I am not a virologist, or an immunologist, but I can tell you every infectious disease doctor in America is completely subscribed to inpatient care of patients with covid-19. And there’s nobody able to kind of think their way through what’s going on in the pandemic.”

And so what we learned relatively early is that this illness was clearly and strongly amenable to restratification or that baseline risks was very, very strong determinants, even more so than the virus itself for mortality. So what that meant is, the strongest determinant of mortality is age. And age itself is an underlying determinant or cause of death, if you will, in the general population. Then we start adding on the typical things that put people at risk for death of other causes. Heart disease, lung disease, kidney disease, cancer, obesity, diabetes.

The interesting thing is that obesity appeared to be a super loaded factor. And so the virus seemed to really prey upon patients particularly who are obese. And there are some reasons for this, in terms of how the cytokines and immune factors are generated in response to the virus that could explain it.

@07:48: But we understood quickly, that individuals under age 50, for example, with no major medical problems, could ride through this illness very easily. And in fact, the Swedes figured this out very quickly and said, “You know what? We’re not going to shutdown. We can just, this is sufficiently understood, that we can simply protect the individuals at risk the best we can, the best that any protection measure can, and then we’ll just have our economy and our schools move along in a usual fashion.”

With the pandemic, what happened is there was a global shutdown on travel, and a global shutdown on academic meetings. So for the first time in my career we could no longer meet with our colleagues – in the United States, or overseas. And academic medicine, its lifeblood is meeting and interchange of ideas. And so for the first time we could not freely interchange ideas as a group.

In fact I recall a teleconference early on held by the National Institutes of Health, strictly actually by the Division of insulin- Diabetes and Kidney Disease, it was that institute that I’m aligned with in terms of clinical trials, and it was led by Dr. Robert Star, a terrific scientist, and as I recall there were hundreds of people on that call to just learn about what was going on in other centers.

And people were asking each other, “Well what have you seen out at UCLA?” / “What have you seen at Baylor?” / “What have you seen at Harvard?” And so we were literally just communicating to try to understand what in the world is going on with this virus. “Who needs to be hospitalized?” / “What happens when they’re hospitalized?” / “Who needs mechanical ventilation?”

@09:33: All of these interactions had us settle on the idea that this was enormously amenable to restratification. People under age 50 without any medical problems, unless they presented with severe symptoms, they were going to be fine. Honestly. It was going to be like a head cold.

But over age 50, there became a real risk of hospitalization and death. And the two important endpoints, the two important endpoints, were hospitalization and death. You ask Americans, “What are you afraid of? Are you afraid of getting a cold and being at home for a few days or a few weeks?” / “Nah. I’m afraid, I’m deathly afraid of being hospitalized and obviously afraid of dying.”

@10:09: Why was the hospitalization so, so frightening? Because for the first time, patients would be hospitalized, they were put into isolation, they could never see their loved ones again. Those who died actually never did see their loved ones again.

The workers were terrified. They were wearing personal protective equipment, they had very reduced visitation to patients in rooms, they started using telemedicine services where the poor patients were in, glass rooms, no one was coming in and seeing them. And the care that was offered was modest. Honestly it was supportive care until patients needed to go on respirators. So to sit in the hospital on oxygen, terrified, day by day by day – no one being able to come in the room, not being able to see their family, these messages got out to other family members and it put America on watch, with extraordinary fear.

Now over the last year, I’ve published, and I’ve managed to get this out despite the, our incredibly difficult publication cycles, I’ve published 40 peer-reviewed papers on covid-19. That may be more than anybody in America. One of my very first papers, the title of it, and the paper dealt with ‘what are the important outcomes?‘ That’s hospitalization and death. And when I started to see that scoreboard come up on the major media channels, where it listed positive cases and death, and all the Americans remember this, this was up there almost instantaneously, it came from Johns Hopkins, instantaneously, it was cases and deaths.

And I kind of wondered, how did they get that information so quickly? That was, amazing. We don’t have death certifications and other things that are very rapid at all on who can be determining this. But at any rate, it was up there. And what I said was, I said, “What really what we need to know is who’s being hospitalized?” Because if we can’t figure out who’s being hospitalized, and we can’t figure out where the hospitalizations are occurring, we don’t know where to allocate resources.

So I published a paper on this in the journal that I edit, Reviews in Cardiovascular Medicine, I immediately wanted to reach the American public; I published an op-ed in The Hill, which is a newsletter out of Washington, and I said, “Listen. There’s an emergent need, we need the hospitalizations.” And I screamed as loud as I could to the administration to say, “Listen. Get an Executive Order to get the U.S. hospital census everyday so we can see what was going on.”

It never happened. We got an Executive Order to get the positive test results to come in from all the major laboratories, and through the hospital laboratories, because all the tests for the virus were under the emergency use authorization. So it was linked to an Executive Order. So the positive tests were just coming in to the Johns Hopkins Center, so we knew who was testing positive;

@13:00: There was no control over duplicates, by the way, so if a patient had one or two or three tests, unless the system had a way of actually filtering out these duplicates, those piled on, and it really didn’t take into consideration who was sick and who wasn’t sick.

So we just had test positive, and then we had the deaths, which started to take on a cadence of trailing by about 4 weeks after the positive test cases. But that whole death ascertainment was a real mystery to Americans. And what I said, I think was around March or April, I basically made this statement relatively publicly. I said, “Listen, there are two bad outcomes. Hospitalization and death. I’m going to put together a team of doctors, and figure out how to stop these hospitalizations and death.”

@13:50: I felt compelled, as an academic leader in medicine, if no one in the White House can say that, no one in the White House task force can say that, if no one in the FDA can say that, or the NIH or the CDC, and Americans were pouring into hospitals and dying, no one can make that courageous statement uniquely, and individually, and alone – I made that statement.

How did you conceptualize the problem of Covid-19 and how to deal with it?

@14:20: We had… as our country’s leadership, an inability to frame the problem. The problem was, there was a virus, it was popping up in clusters in the United States. And in most people it was causing a cold, and they got through it just fine. And other people it was leading to hospitalization and death. But we couldn’t frame the problem that the virus in some people causes hospitalization and death. Let’s stop it! Let’s stop the hospitalizations and death. Let’s treat the virus.

We could not frame that problem. Our leaders couldn’t frame the problem. I personally didn’t have any problem framing the problem. It’s a bad thing. If there was another form of pneumonia out there, I would’ve said the same thing. Another form of newly acquired asthma, another form of urogenital infection or gastrointestinal infection.

@15:17: Ebola had just been actually in Dallas, a few years earlier, and I think ebola hurt us in terms of our thinking. Because ebola was so terribly contagious and so quickly fatal, that the fear that ebola created in Dallas was extraordinary. I’ll never forget it. Our medical center, one time I tried to get in one of the usual doors that I go into and there was a police officer there. I said, “What’s going on?” He goes, “We’re here to block anybody with ebola from coming in our hospital. We’re going to shunt them to Presbyterian Hospital north of us.” When do we “shunt” patients away from one hospital?… – The fear that ebola created because of this idea was terribly contagious and fatal quickly – I think set us on edge.

And with SARS CoV-2 virus, what we learned is, the average person sits at home for two weeks! There’s no immediate lethality to the virus. In fact we’ve got a long window of time to make a diagnosis, organize treatment, and prevent hospitalization and death. So SARS CoV-2 was very different from ebola.

But we look at other conditions where we readily accept the fact that somebody can fall ill at home, but if we start treatment early, with an infection, we can save the patient. That exists for community acquired pneumonias. It occurs for various forms of staph infection, including Staphylococcal toxic shock syndrome. It occurs for Diverticulitis and abdominal conditions. It occurs for skin infections, various forms of cellulitis, it occurs for meningitis.

@17:03: And for instance, if someone had a form of meningitis, we wouldn’t say, “Listen, sit at home for two weeks. And then if you’re really really bad, and you’re having seizures, and you can’t even breathe anymore, then come in the hospital and we’ll start treatment.”

So the different, unique aspect of the medical response to SARS CoV-2 and covid-19 was for the first time we had an infectious disease, where the medical community settled into a groupthink – and this was supported, by the NIH, the CDC, the FDA, the American Medical Association, all the medical societies, it was supported by these societies – (long pause) …to tell doctors, “Don’t touch this virus. Let patients stay at home. Let them get as sick as humanly possible, and then when they can’t breathe anymore, then go to the hospital.”

In fact, it was shocking, October 8th (2020), when the National Institutes of Health came out with their first set of treatment guidelines, because prior to that, none of the societies had any treatment guidelines! They actually didn’t tell doctors how to treat the illness. Now there was suggestions about what should be done in the hospital, but Americans cared about what was going on when they got sick at home.

And the first set of guidelines said, “You get sick at home, don’t do anything. Don’t do anything. Come into the hospital when you really can’t breathe.” / Still don’t do anything, until a patient needs oxygen. Then start doing something.” Like then actually give the first anti-viral drug, which was Remdesivir.

Well that’s 14 days after the virus had already started replicating! By that time the virus is long gone. When people can’t breathe the problem is micro blood clotting in the lungs.

So the federal agencies – the CDC, the NIH and the FDA – were enormously inept in terms of perceiving what this problem was. Incredibly inept in applying any type of judgement or direction to doctors. And what had happened among the doctors was, “We’re so terribly frightened, we’re not going to do anything unless we have the intellectual support from our associations, from our federal agencies, from our medical societies.”

And it was just the opposite of what medicine had always been. Medicine had always been, early innovation by doctors, empiric treatment, small studies, randomized trials and then sponsored large randomized trials, in that order. And then after large randomized trials, then guidelines bodies would then look at all those large randomized trials, make determinations of what should be done, and then those guidelines bodies would issue guidelines and then the federal agencies would file the guidelines.

That’s exactly what we do for mammography, colonoscopy, treatment of myocardial infarction, treatment of pneumonia, it always started out with early empiricism, then getting to guidelines and agency’s statements years later.

Why was there an assumption that nothing could be done to treat people in the early stages of Covid-19 infection?

@20:00: It was a dangerous assumption. To assume there’s nothing that one can do for a fatal infection, is enormous blunder. It’s a blunder by citizens. It’s a blunder by health responders. And it’s a massive blunder by agencies. Can you imagine, let’s make an assumption. And could our assumption lead to the absolute worst possible outcome, which would be hospitalization and death. Or we could make another assumption. And say, “You know what? It’s treatable. We’re going to try to treat it.”

Which dangerous – which assumption is more dangerous? Absolutely the dangerous assumption is to do nothing. The dangerous – you can take any example. Let’s make an assumption on… traffic safety. You can assume that traffic safety rules and lines and stop signs and seat belts do something. Or you can assume they don’t. Let’s try. And let’s have a free-for-all out on the streets right now and see what happens versus paying attention to some rules.

@21:00: We never make assumptions that are dangerous to people. And the thing that really worried me about this whole thing is this series of extraordinarily dangerous assumptions. Can you imagine a senior citizen who has heart and lung disease, recovered from cancer, has some kidney disease, is handed a diagnostic test result and says, “Here. You have covid-19. Now you have your fatal diagnosis. Our recommendations, based on the assumption we can’t do anything, is: go home, and wait it out. – And when that panic, and that fear, and that breathlessness, and fever, is SO overwhelming, when you can’t bear it anymore! – then, go to the hospital.”

And how do people go to the hospital? They call family members. They contaminate all their family members. They call EMS. Uber drivers. Taxi drivers. Every hospitalization in America was a super spreader event.

So this “assumption” that there’s nothing we could do, and giving somebody a fatal diagnosis, with no instructions, led to a massive amplification of cases. So what we could have assumed, and what I did assume, was that there are some principles we could adopt from other precedents.

For example, every form of pneumonia known to man does better if treated early. Even influenza. And that’s the reason why, Tamiflu, as an example, and there’s an analogous product, are FDA approved for the treatment of influenza. They have some partial effect. Now do we ever use Tamiflu alone? No! We typically combine it with other drugs to get patients through the illness. There are supportive respiratory drugs. There are forms of inhalers. What’s called beta agonist inhalers and steroid inhalers. We use those liberally in forms of emphysema, pneumonia, asthma, allergic pneumonitis.

There’s other things that we can do to help patients get through the syndrome. The inflammatory nature of this syndrome became very interesting. We understand that antihistamines, as an example, Montelukast, aspirin, steroids, corticosteroids, play an important role.

@23:17: If I had an asthmatic at home, I wouldn’t say, “Listen. Sit at home for two weeks until you can’t breathe anymore and then go into the hospital.” Are you kidding me? I’d put that asthmatic on inhalers, I probably would use some empiric antibiotics in that patient and then some steroids, and I’d prevent the hospitalization to the best I could.

So I approached covid-19, respiratory illness, like any other with the following thought. And we pretty quickly put together our approach based on other precedents including influenza, including asthma, including bacterial pneumonia, as follows: that this was going to be amenable to restratification, those under age 50 who had no pulmonary symptoms, they could simply ride through the illness.

@23:59: We had data suggesting that nutritional deficiencies seemed to increase the risk for hospitalization and death. And so that’s where the nutraceuticals came in early on, that there was supportive data – not curative – but supportive data for zinc, for vitamin D, vitamin C, and interestingly a polyphenol substance called quercetin. There was some others that were considered, including lysine, and N-acetyl cysteine, they became what we call the nutraceutical bundle.

So is it kind of reasonable to do that in patients? I would say yeah, if it’s linked to mortality, we don’t know anything else, there’s no harm in these supplements, they’re readily available, people can buy them. So we recommended the nutraceutical bundle for those under age 50, and really no medical treatment. That amounted to roughly of people getting ill at the time, probably 2/3 to 3/4 of patients really needing no treatment.

However, if someone below age 50 have medical problems, presented with severe symptoms, or over age 50 with medical problems, it became clear that the rates of hospitalization or death were greater than 1%, that was enough, greater than 1% – it’s kind of the magic number in this whole equation, that’s enough to do something. That’s enough to do something.

We knew somebody at age 60, for instance, would face about an 18% chance of hospitalization and death. 18% chance, that’s too high. In my field, cardiology, our guidelines say anything more than 5% is high risk. 1 to 5% is moderate, less than 1% is low risk. In general, for anything less than 1%, we don’t go after it. So in this low risk group, we didn’t go after it. But age over 50, young people presenting with severe symptoms, we went after it. So it was nutraceutical bundle.

What did we know next? The timeline was very interesting. We knew from SARS CoV-1, SARS 1, that’s 80% similar to SARS CoV-2. We knew from studies dating back to 2006 that hydroxychloroquine, a drug that’s used for lupus, used for rheumatoid arthritis, it’s used for other rheumatologic conditions, including dry eyes, as well as malaria: safe, was effective in reducing the viral replication in SARS CoV-1, we knew that. And so the United States knew that.

@26:17: In fact, that drug was stock-piled by the United States government, Australian governments, some European governments, the hydroxychloroquine was on boarded appropriately, and ready to rock and roll. In fact, many countries front-lined hydroxychloroquine for high risk patients and still do so today. People go to Athens, Greece, Rome, Italy, across all of eastern Europe, central and South America; hydroxychloroquine is the lead drug. India and East Asia, hydroxychloroquine is the lead drug. So hydroxychloroquine played a role.

We also knew that by the summer, we knew that ivermectin played a role. This is an anti-parasitic drug used for scabies and other illnesses. Safe and effective.

So these drugs – how – the reason why they work against the virus is they get inside cells. A lot of antibiotics like penicillin doesn’t get inside the cell. But these, what’s called intracellular anti-infectives do. Japan, had an influenza drug that had the exact same activity as remdesivir – their first U.S. approved inpatient IV drug; that drug’s called favipiravir. And the Japanese had data to suggest that favipiravir, like oral remdesivir, would play a role early on. And it was readily approved by 5 countries, FDA approved – FDA equivalent approved in those countries to treat covid-19.

So we had hydroxychloroquine, we had ivermectin, we have favipiravir, we combine it with either doxycycline or azithromycin, and those are antibiotics Americans know about. They get inside of cells, they’re also intracellular anti-infectives, and they were slightly assistive in a couple ways. They cut down on some of the bacterial super infection that would occur in the sinuses or respiratory tract.

And we knew from some studies that there was about a 3% overlap between covid-19 and what’s called atypical pneumonias. Which would be mycoplasma, chlamydia pneumoniae, and these would also be responsive to these. So quickly, hydroxyzine, azithro, ivermectin and doxy – these were common – favipiravir and doxy outside of the United States, became common intracellular anti-infectives.

But those alone didn’t carry the day. Because what happened is the viral replication tipped off what’s called cytokine storm, or the immune system going haywire. And so doctors early on in the hospitals started using steroids. And we had some confusing literature – are they hurting, are they helping? And the British helped out a lot with the study and inpatient study called ‘the recovery trial’. And the recovery trial picked an odd corticosteroid, which was dexamethasone, in an odd dose, 6 milligrams a day. We typically use like 10 milligrams, 4 times a day. So an odd dose, but did show a small reduction in mortality.

And there was a meta-analysis published, looking at hydrocortisone, prednisone, it turned out any steroid worked, in some reasonable dose. So in the United States we quickly adopt using prednisone, which we use in asthma frequently. And then another trial in the UK was done called the ‘stoic trial’ using inhaled budesonide.

@29:13: Now that was a very interesting development, because there was a maverick doctor, former military doctor, Richard Bartlett from west Texas. He even made the national news by saying, “You know what? I think inhaled budesonide works.” And he said this early in the spring. And he was on national news, he says, “I’m trying it. I’m a doctor, I’m trying to help my patients, I am using empiric treatment. I know there’s no randomized trials.” But he was doing the right thing. That’s what American doctors ALL should have been doing, is trying to help their patients by taking empiric choices on drugs that make clinical sense, and he tried it! And indeed it worked. The British did the stoic trial, and sure enough, there was over an 80% reduction in hospitalization if we just used inhaled budesonide in outpatients with covid-19. So that made it on board.

Montreal Heart Institute, one of the leading overall randomized control trial centers in the world, got funding from the National Institutes of Health, Gates Foundation, Canadian authorities, and tested a gout drug which works against the immune system, particularly works against the white blood cells and their ability to proliferate toxic granules and assemble microtubules, that drug is called colchicine. And so Americans would recognize this as a gout drug. They carried out and conducted a prospector randomized trial, double blind for 30 days, the best quality trial done in all of covid-19, and they demonstrated that there was a marked reduction in hospitalization and deaths. So colchicine came on board.

And so the last thing that we really had to look at was blood clotting. And to this day there has not been a single outpatient study of drugs to impair platelet aggregation or antithrombotics, however we can learn from inpatient studies and there’s been very good analyses, they all agree, the use of full dose aspirin in the hospital is associated with reductions in mortality, and the use of full dose anticoagulation, whether that be injectable low molecular heparin, full heparinization, or we could even use oral anticoagulents as an outpatient, is associated with reductions in mortality.

So what I had been doing is I was working with the Italians, looking at how these concepts were coming together, and I published a paper in the American Journal of Medicine on August of 2020. And I have to tell you, when I looked at the literature through the spring, working with the Italians… (long pause)… there had been, by the time I submitted the paper on July 1st, there were 55,000 papers in the peer-review literature. Not a single one taught doctors how to put drugs in combination and treat the virus.

And it seems so odd to me. We knew this was a fatal viral infection; in fatal viral infections single drugs never work! We knew this in HIV. We knew that we needed multiple drugs in HIV. We knew this for hepatitis C. We knew this for all the other fatal viral infections. We use drug combinations. Never single drugs. And the only thing we can do at that time is look at studies of single drugs, and find signals of benefit, acceptable safety, and then assemble them into regiments.

The clinical trials testing a 4 to 6 drug regiment… those haven’t even been planned yet. I mean, the mortality rate would have been astronomical if somebody didn’t step forward and have the courage to publish the concepts. And I guess that’s what my role is in world’s history for this.

@32:44: I published a paper called the “Pathophysiologic Rationale for Early Ambulatory Treatment of Covid-19”. And it was published in the August issue of 2020 of the American Journal of Medicine. To this day, that’s the most widely downloaded paper from that journal of all topics. And, it went viral. And… literally. It went viral because the world was thirsting for an approach to covid-19.

Now, quickly after that was published I was managing all different types of communications regarding the paper; scientific and then also media related, and we have supportive data now coming in strong for ivermectin, for colchicine, for inhaled steroids, and Operation Warp Speed had delivered monoclonal antibodies directed against the spike protein, the pathogenic part of the virus. And they included a product from Lilly and another one from Regeneron.

So I needed to update the algorithm, and I put that together and published that in the journal that I edit “Reviews in Cardiovascular Medicine”, but with a separate issue and a separate unbiased editor that I didn’t have influence on to make sure that was fully peer-reviewed and vetted, which it was, and that was published in “Reviews in Cardiovascular Medicine” in August of 2020.

@34:00: By that time there was a 100,000 papers in the literature, and outside of my first paper, there wasn’t a single other paper that actually proposed a regiment or protocol to treat patients with covid-19. It was almost extraordinary, that we were over 9 months into a fatal pandemic influencing the world, and no one could come up with an original idea? Of how to put drugs in combination to treat the virus?

We didn’t have the Harvard protocol, we didn’t have the Johns Hopkins protocol, we didn’t have UCLA, we didn’t have a World Health protocol… So this was extraordinary, that all the firepower we had in academic medicine, couldn’t – they just drew a blank. Matter of fact, if you look at these centers across the United States and across the world, they never opened up covid treatment centers. They didn’t have outpatient covid treatment centers. They didn’t attempt to study or help a single outpatient with covid-19.

Why were there not more doctors speaking out or offering solutions for early treatment of Covid-19?

@35:05: My contribution was… I think the ability to publish the ideas. [off camera: “OK.”] This is very important. Others had the ideas. In fact, Vladimir Zelenko in New York City, an Orthodox Jew, stepped out of the box, he said, “Listen. We need to treat this. We can use some drugs in combination… hydroxychloroquine, azithromycin, steroids, other drugs”, and he started putting drugs in combination.

Richard Bartlett in west Texas, Brian Tyson and George Fareed, former NIH scientist George Fareed came out of retirement: they went to really the crucible of covid-19 down in California / Mexico border, and just opened up a clinic and had opened up a tent; people started walking up and they started treating them.

Didier Raoult in southern France said, “Listen. We can treat this.” Him and a group of courageous French doctors opened up a large clinic in southern France and started treating patients.

We had Ivette [Yvette] Lozano in Dallas. She took her general practice building, on, by White Rock Lake, and turned it into a covid treatment center. She converted all her rooms to treating patients with covid. Oxygen concentrators and all the drugs – there’s pictures of patients lining up on the side walk to receive treatment.

So it’s interesting how the innovators were all independent, courageous doctors, and the academic medical centers drew a blank. They couldn’t even pitch a tent to help people. And to me it was stunning that the academic medical centers, or even the large community centers, couldn’t help a single outpatient. They couldn’t even provide a patient brochure of what should be done. The CDC offered guidance like, “Take some tylenol and if you get really sick go to the hospital.”

The response to a treatable outpatient problem, they gave us two weeks, of opportunity to do something; the lack of that anemic, the lack of that response was stunning. And it had to do, in my view, because of a whole timeline of events that put a chill on the attempts to treat covid-19. The doctors and health systems and others, I think, in a relatively short order became actively discouraged, from treating covid-19.

I can tell you, I never got an encouraging email or phone call saying, “You know what? Do the best you can for your patients. Try to help them. These hospitalizations are terrible. Please. We support you in using your best judgement.” Or, “Here’s a few suggested things you can do.” I never got any of those emails from medical societies, from others –

In fact, there was only one medical organization – just like there’s, you know, a few courageous medical doctors – there was one courageous medical organization, the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, that saw what was going on. And interestingly that organization is an organization that represents independent doctors. Not those employed by hospitals, or big medical groups, or medical schools, but independent doctors. And they saw what was going on, and the first thing that they attacked was the stockpile of hydroxychloroquine.

So what happened was, the U.S. had an ample supply of hydroxychloroquine. And the only issue was, start using it – and start putting it into combination with the other drugs to treat covid-19. It seemed terrific. And the first event in the timeline was the FDA emergency use authorization for hydroxychloroquine.

@38:34: So the listener should understand that an emergency use authorization would be for a brand new drug or product, where there is a great unmet need, there’s not enough time to do all the testing, and that we would do an EUA for that. There’s a government mechanism for that; it’s under emergency circumstances. That wouldn’t apply to hydroxychloroquine. It was already fully FDA approved, it was out for 65 years, it was safe, we had used it in pregnancy, we knew all of its safety profile, doctors knew how to use hydroxychloroquine; I used it in my practice, it was just not a big deal. It didn’t need a EUA.

But so the EUA went out on hydroxychloroquine and said, you know, this EUA, with language, and it says “restricting hydroxychloroquine to inpatient use”. Okay. And so, one of the first big studies out of the block was done in thousands of patients out of Henry Ford. And it was great news! That hydroxychloroquine was associated with a large reduction in mortality, if applied early. But the later it was applied in the hospital stay, it didn’t look like – patients were too far gone.

I wrote the response to that in several publications across the, across the United States. And one was an op-ed in The Hill. Cause as I saw this, I basically made the case that emergency use authorization was an effective restriction. It should be lifted and we should use hydroxychloroquine wide open. And then something really terrible happened. Keep in mind that the Henry Ford data was very positive, we had the EUA, the U.S. had stockpiled it…

The National Institutes of Health, the Allergy and Immunology branch, had commissioned a several thousand prospective, double blind randomized placebo controlled trial of hydroxychloroquine, and azithromycin in outpatients with covid-19. They had funded the trial. They got the drug supply. They got the placebos. They set up all the studies centers in the United States. We were all ready to go. That was in the spring. Terrific! Everything is coming together.

@40:40: And then what happened was a fake paper was published in Lancet. A fake paper. Now Lancet, the listeners should understand that Lancet is like the New England Journal of Medicine. It’s one of the most prestigious medical journals in the world. And when a paper is submitted, there are so many checks on validity: “Where is the paper coming from? Where are the data coming from? Validating the data?” Then it’s sent out to peer reviewers who are independent. They check everything in the paper, they give comments about: “Was this reported? Was that reported?” What have you. So many checks on papers and then it comes back and then there’s an editorial decision made on a paper, and then it’s published. That’s called peer-review. That ensures to the public that papers are not fake. It’s very important. It ensures to the public that things are not falsified.

Well this paper had authors from Harvard, it came from a company called Surgisphere that no one really understood what this company was about. And the data was a large data set of inpatients with covid-19 from all over the world that had in depth drug exposure data. We didn’t have that back then. You know, that was from December, January, February, this was just emergent. We didn’t have this. The average age in that paper was 49 years old. And the paper implied that use of hydroxychloroquine was dangerous. And Lancet published this falsified paper.

Somehow it fell through all the other peer-review, and how can they possibly publish it? And as soon as it came out, I knew in 2 seconds that it had to be wrong. We don’t hospitalize people in their 40’s. And hydroxychloroquine, in fact, is associated with benefit, not harm.

@42:24: This paper in Lancet, frightened the entire world. It was like a shockwave. And there was a whole series of reactions. People started publishing papers, “Oh, hydroxychloroquine could be dangerous.” All these academic doctors, “Case closed. Hydroxychloroquine doesn’t work. Stop using it.” Hospitals started pulling it off the formularies. It was extraordinary what happened with hydroxychloroquine. In fact, the USFDA put out language, that said, “Hydroxychloroquine shouldn’t be used, period! We’re canceling the EUA for inpatient use, and it shouldn’t be used, period!”

So that FDA language then went to the AMA. And the AMA says, “Well don’t use hydroxychloroquine, period. Inpatient, or outpatient.” That went to the pharmacy boards. Pharmacy boards said, “Oh, doctors shouldn’t be using this.” So as doctors were treating patients in the community, prescribing hydroxychloroquine, next thing you know, patients would show up to the pharmacy and the pharmacist said, “Sorry, I can’t dispense it. My board says that I can’t.” And then doctors licenses started to become threatened. And then, you know, then all of a sudden there was a cascade of events, hydroxychloroquine being the lead, that put a chilling effect on anybody’s attempt to treat covid-19 as an outpatient.

Why did the regulatory authorities and mainstream media tell the public that Hydroxychloroquine was dangerous and ineffective?

@43:40: Hydroxychloroquine, I think the fair statements are, it’s the most studied and utilized therapeutic in the world for covid-19 to date. There are hundreds and hundreds of studies. And hydroxychloroquine was appropriately acquired and stockpiled by the U.S. government. President Trump, who I personally think was very weak in the response, he could not articulate that hospitalizations and deaths were a serious problem. He could not assemble a team of doctors who were learning how to treat covid-19. Neither could the NIH, or the CDC, or FDA. We had gross failures from U.S. presidents and the major agencies.

Can you imagine to this day, we still have not had a doctor in any position of authority in the United States, who’s actually ever seen a patient with covid-19 and treated them. None! It is extraordinary what’s happened. So how, President Trump mentioned hydroxychloroquine, let’s try to give it a shot. And then immediately he was bashed down by his detractors. I thought it was a very weak statement to begin with. But he was bashed down. And people have always held him up as, oh, it was Trump. If he hadn’t mentioned hydroxychloroquine none of this would’ve happened.

I disagree. I think, that there was an enormous effort to suppress early treatment, and hydroxychloroquine was initial lightning rod. Remember I mentioned that NIH trial? You know what they did after 20 patients? Disingenuously, they said they couldn’t find covid-19 patients, and they shut down several thousand patient trial. They shut it down after 20 patients. That never happens! They purchased the placebo. They found the study centers. They had the binders. They had the nurses hired. They had everybody ready to treat Americans with hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin and they gave up after 20 patients. That was extraordinary.

@45:30: The false paper published in Lancet was extraordinary. We started to have an array of incredibly flawed papers publishing exaggerating cardiac effects of hydroxychloroquine. “Oh, it could cause dangerous arrhythmias.” There was one that I mentioned in my U.S. Senate testimony, it came from the Mayo clinic, it said hydroxychloroquine could cause a scar in the heart. They actually, they had a heart, and they showed a huge white scar. In fact, I ultimately hunted down that paper, hunted down the authors, and the publisher, and I demanded a retraction. Ultimately I got a conciliatory letter published saying, “You know what? We’re sorry. It doesn’t really cause a scar in the heart.” So people started to intentionally try to damage hydroxychloroquine so it would not be used in covid-19.

Yet, other countries held with it steadfast. I mentioned all the countries to this day that use hydroxychloroquine. And now we have studies, for instance, a study from Iran, in 30,000 patients! A massive study. And they treat about 25% of people appropriately of hydroxychloroquine in combination with other drugs. And it has a massive reduction in mortality. So hydroxychloroquine was a mainstay, the prospective randomized trials, we just isolate on them, pre-hospital studies are all positive, now is it a game changer? No. I’d say it’s about a 25% reduction in endpoints. But it’s a very useful drug, to get started early. It’s not a single drug, it wouldn’t rely on it alone, but hydroxychloroquine itself, I think is a poster child for what happened.

You know, early on in this, I became of national attention. I received calls from the White House. I was contacted by the U.S. Senate. I became known on social media which I was never on social media before. I’m not an immunologist, I’m not a virologist, I’m not an infectious disease doctor. But I’m a good clinical doctor and I understand drugs. And I understand drug safety very well.

@47:24: Hydroxychloroquine had a signal benefit, acceptable safety. I was contacted by doctors in Africa, that anonymously told me, “Dr. McCullough, there are some bad guys raiding the pharmacies at night, and they’re coming in and burning the hydroxychloroquine.” I said, “Who are these bad guys?” They said, “We don’t know. But they look like they’re some type of mercenaries or operatives.” Mysteriously, the second largest hydroxychloroquine producing plant outside of Taipei burned to the ground.

So… hydroxychloroquine, as a simple, safe and effective drug, to this day seems to be a poster child for worldwide comprehensive efforts to suppress early treatment.

And of interest, as the data came on with ivermectin, ivermectin became the next drug. Now of interest with ivermectin, there was an associated group that formed, called the Front – the Frontline Critical Care Consortium, the FLCCC – it was led by Pierre Kory; I identified him, and Dr. Paul Marik, I communicated with him, we had teleconferences, and I recommended Dr. Kory testify at the second U.S. Senate hearings in December. Also Dr. J.J. Rajter from Florida. Dr. Rajter had tried ivermectin in all of his sick patients in Florida hospitals and was enormously successful in reducing mortality, published his paper in CHEST, one of the best pulmonary journals, so I give him tremendous credit for that.

And so Dr. Kory and Dr. Rajter presented what became a very compelling case for ivermectin. If people were sufficiently turned off by hydroxychloroquine, we could focus on ivermectin. Dr. Tess Lawrie, who’s considered one of the world’s most prominent analysts in the UK, published – and Dr. Andrew Hill as well, published incredible analyses demonstrating that ivermectin reduced mortality inpatient and outpatient. So a little different than hydroxychloroquine. Hydroxychloroquine takes a little time to work, and probably doesn’t work at the very end of the illness, but ivermectin miraculously worked through the range of illness.

And so the data started coming on for ivermectin and there was enough push power for emphasis on the National Institutes of Health guidelines where they made a specific statement regarding ivermectin. They said, “You know what? We understand the data with ivermectin, we can’t be for it, and we can’t be against it.” It’s the same statement that they made for the emergency use Regeneron and Lilly antibodies. The NIH said, “We understand the data. We can’t be for it or against it.” But at least we got a neutral statement out of them.

@50:07: Hydroxychloroquine still to this day has a series of negative statements on this, and doctors have literally had to fight for their medical licenses in order to prescribe hydroxychloroquine. One by one by one, all of those licenses have been restored. All of those state rulings have been overturned. All the medical societies have been overturned. And hydroxychloroquine is used today. Ivermectin is widely used today.

Both drugs, can not only treat the infection early, but they can prevent the – there’s prophylactic studies – they can prevent, if patients take these drugs periodically, typically once a week or so, they can prevent covid-19 from becoming an illness. They are preventive. In fact, I led one of the very early studies of hydroxychloroquine here in Dallas to protect our health care workers, that these drugs are about 90% effective. They are about as effective as the vaccines in preventing/acquiring covid-19.

When someone’s ill, I never prescribe these drugs alone, but I prescribe them in what I call sequence multi-drug therapy. But that is the approach that independent doctors have taken in the United States. And uniquely not a single academic medical center today, or community medical center today treats covid-19 patients as an outpatient with the goal of reducing hospitalizations and deaths. Why would these centers not want to help their patients?

Why didn’t more doctors resist the directives against providing early outpatient care for their patients?

@51:43: You know, doctors clearly have a groupthink, and doctors want intellectual support for what they do. That’s the reason why we meet all the time, that’s the reason why we go on rounds together, that’s the reason why we have conferences every day. We want to intellectually support each other for making decisions on patients for the assurances we’re making the right decisions.

And what happened was with the pandemic, all of our meetings were dissolved, we could not meet with each other anymore, there wasn’t a chance to have much intellectual support. And each doctor, one by one, had to make a decision. When the next patient called and said, “Listen. I’m sick with covid-19. Can you help me?” There was a binary choice. The choice was, “Nope. I’m not going to help you. Nothing works. There’s nothing I can do. Just wait until you get hospitalized.” or the answer could be, “You know what? Let me try.”

And what we found is that binary choice was the biopsy of who really had courage and who really had excellent clinical judgement. And doctors who were not confident in their clinical judgement quickly said, “You know what? There’s nothing you can do.” And they got into that groupthink. And that could’ve been 90%+ of doctors had a.) a lack of clinical judgement, and a lack of courage. And what I found in this whole thing is those two things are rare. And for me, it was just very natural. It was very natural.

My, my father was one of the first nursing home covid-19 patients in Dallas. He was the very first one at Presbyterian Village. He got covid-19, had pelvic fracture, he’s flat on his back, a scared PA says, “Your dad’s got covid. He’s in a unit. We don’t know what’s going to happen.” His mortality being completely bedridden, with dementia, and now covid, I can tell you, he was facing an 80% mortality of just having covid just ravage him.

So what did I do? Did I make that binary decision of doing nothing? Of course not! Of course not! If I could ever message any American doctor, or any doctor in the world right now, “Have some courage, and trust your clinical judgement.” I did. And that’s what real doctors do. And I will never apologize for that.

Of course my dad was treated with hydroxychloroquine. He was treated with azithromycin. He was treated with aspirin. We put him on lovenox, is a blood thinner. The full nutraceutical bundle. Zinc, vitamin C, vitamin D, quercetin, open the windows, get that virus aired out there. And he got really sick, as expected. He had dementia, his wishes were to not go to the hospital. Not go on a mechanical ventilator, we treated him right there. It took 60 days, and it was a long illness. But he survived. And that was early.

@54:44: And that taught me that if I’m willing to do that for my father, I have a Hippocratic Oath, and I have a fiduciary responsibility to my patients. And I refuse to let my patients die of this illness. And when I testified at the U.S. Senate, I told the American people, I have always treated my high-risk patients. Always. And at the end of my opening statement, I held up the protocol, and I told the American people, “I’m not asking for permission to do this. I’m not. But I’m asking for your help.”

That’s a very, very important statement. Because my patients were appropriately treated to the best of my ability. And we have 600,000 dead Americans, that were not treated appropriately, and not treated to the best of the ability of their doctors. And that will go down in historical shame for our country. I think it is a travesty that we have 600,000 dead Americans, not – vast majority of them didn’t get an ounce of treatment – in fact there were medical groups that adopted policies that they weren’t even going to answer the calls of covid-19 patients, and they were millions of patients needlessly hospitalized.

We had data that came in later from Dr. Zelenko in New York City, Dr. Proctor here in Dallas, who did the same exact thing, showing that our methods could reduce hospitalization and death by 85%. And I’m sorry, there are no prospective randomized trials of 4-6 drugs; there are none planned, so therefore, without any large trials, there are not going to be any guideline statements, and without any guideline statements, we’ll never have any agency’s support for this.

@56:33: But this is about courageous doctors saving Americans, and I would go farther than this. This is about courageous doctors saving the world. So now we have the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons. We have FLCC in the United States. We have 250 treating doctors. We have 4 national telemedicine services, 15 regional telemedicine services. We’re treating 10-15 thousand patients a day.

Forget the U.S. government. Forget what anybody says about this. Americans are getting treatment. That once our message on early treatment came with two U.S. Senate hearings, headed by Senator Ron Johnson, the hospitals started clearing out in the end of December / early January, because early treatment markedly reduces spread and dramatically reduces hospitalization and death. It’s the only thing that does that. The hospital doesn’t save all the patients. I’d say the hospital honestly has a very modest impact on anything with covid-19. It’s all about early treatment. The hospitals started clearing out, the curves came way down in the United States. That’s before anybody was fully vaccinated.

And I testified in the Texas Senate on March 10th [2021], I said, “Listen. we’re at by standard CDC equations, we’re at herd immunity!” By March 10th! No vaccine effect. That’s actually just treating patients. In Texas, we had 35 treatment centers, out protocols and methods work, and I have learned over time there are so many ways to treat the virus.

I’ve had a seminar with Dr. Shankara Chetty in South Africa, he said that hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin, just like in the United States, had become so politically charged, doctors were losing their license, in fact, some doctors were jailed in trying to help patients with covid-19. He gave up on them!

He’s treated 4,000 patients, fewer than 10% got hydroxychloroquine or ivermectin, he treats them, he times the illness. He waits to day 8 and then he starts inhaled and oral steroids, he starts aspirin, other anti-inflammatories, Montelukast, and the high-risk patients he uses anticoagulants on the back-end. And he saved virtually everyone outside of a handful of patients. Out of 4,000. Sick patients in South Africa.

@58:34: So what I’ve learned about this virus is if doctors do anything, to try to help patients, they can reduce hospitalizations and death. And the only reason why this is such a horrible thing in American history is because doctors failed to act.

Why, when it came to Covid-19, did so many doctors agree to depart from longstanding medical practice in terms of seeking and formulating early outpatient treatments for their patients?

@58:56: The USFDA puts out thousands of drug warnings per year. In fact, Americans know this, cause they see a drug advertised on TV and it says, “Warning: may cause death. And may cause – what have you.” So we get thousands of warnings per year. FDA recalls drugs, put black box warnings on drugs. Doctors still use these drugs. They understand the warnings. About 40% of drugs are used off the advertising labels. So once a drug is older it’s original advertising label doesn’t really apply, so we use drugs quote “off-label” all the time. That’s common.

But what happened in covid-19, is because of the tremendous fear that settled in over our country. Whatever statements came out by the USFDA, the NIH, the CDC, started to take more weight than they ever would in the past. So if those agencies said something, like, “Don’t use hydroxychloroquine”, that emanated down through the AMA and each of the pharmacy boards where they actually denied patients hydroxychloroquine.

In fact, there are probably patients who died, because the pharmacy did not dispense the hydroxychloroquine to patients. Or the ivermectin. There are doctors who started getting warning letters, stating – Dr. Richard Urso from Houston, and another doctor stepped out of his role like I did to treat the virus, got warning letters from the Texas Medical Board: “We’re going to examine your license. We understand you’re prescribing hydroxychloroquine, trying to help covid patients.” Okay?

These doctors, like Dr. Robin Armstrong, Dr. Robin Armstrong, in Texas, saved dozens of nursing home patients with hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin and steroids and blood thinners. The families think he’s a hero; the Texas Medical Board tried to take away his license. And so he had to go through hearings and reviews and ultimately he was restored, although he was, his practice was just damaged, if not destroyed.

@1:00:50: Emails started coming down through big medical organizations, “Don’t use hydroxychloroquine.” They later on came down and said, “Don’t use ivermectin.” In fact, there was, you know, flat out, “Don’t do it!” We were getting official messages that basically said, “Don’t take care of covid-19.” These are codified in policies and emails by major medical organizations. And it went counter – can you imagine getting an email saying, “Don’t treat pneumococcal pneumonia! Just let them die. Don’t treat meningitis. Let them die.”

Can you ever – we’ve never seen this, this – the term that applies to what’s going on is wrongdoing by those in positions of authority. It’s called malfeasance. We don’t put down a chilling negative message that’s going to result in harm. We don’t do that. We don’t do that in a civil society. It happened from the NIH, the CDC, the FDA, major medical groups, these chilling messages.

@1:01:45: But at the same time you had AAPS saying, “No, this is wrong. Treat patients.” You had FLCC, a group that became very strong, saying, “No. Treat patients.” In the UK, we had the BIRD group, that said, “You know what? Treat patients. Use ivermectin based protocols.” We had PANDA developed in South Africa. We had the Covid Medical Network developed in Australia. We had Treatment Domiciliary developed in Italy.

So listen, the counter argument to this, of “no, we should treat the virus”, that counter weight was there. And it’s one of the reasons why you’re talking to me today. You’re not talking to some FDA official who basically wanted to throw cold or hot water at these, you’re talking to me today because you’re getting a sense of truth! You’re getting a sense of reality. That this virus is treatable.

Everything that’s we’ve done for this virus we’ve made it far worse. By not treating it, keeping patients in fear, isolation. We’ve done multiple things that have promoted hospitalization, and we’ve done multiple things that have actually promoted excess mortality. And it’s a shameful time in America and in the world.

Where was the policy instructing doctors to NOT treat their patients coming from? Who was giving these orders?

@1:03:00: Under the dark cloud of fear, the medical administrations deferred to the FDA, the NIH and the CDC. Our three governmental agencies. They deferred to them. In fact, they will state, “We’re following the policy.”

So let’s pick something less charged. Like wearing masks. How, you know, what sets the mask wearing policy? What the CDC says. Well they say this, let’s follow it. Same thing is true. If the agencies say, “Don’t use hydroxychloroquine or ivermectin.”in fact, that’s what they say – that quickly gets down to medical administration, and they’ll float out an email saying, “Don’t do it.”

In fact, in a country, we can pick on it, Australia, they had the TGA. That’s the equivalent of the FDA. They have a guidelines where they literally have dozens and dozens of negative statements. “Don’t do this.” / “Don’t do that.” / “Don’t do this.” / “Don’t do that.” Interestingly, none of these groups actually say what to do. So if you’re to take any major hospital and ask them, “What email, or what policy came down that told doctors what to do? You gave warnings on what not to do, but what did you tell them to do to take care of clinic patients with covid-19?” Most of them would say, “Nothing. We don’t have -“

In fact, I testified in the Texas Senate on this topic and within, on March 10th, and within 48 hours there was a draft legislation to at least give patients some information. Say, “Listen, if the hospitals and doctors aren’t going to do anything, we’re going to give you some information. Here’s some – when you get your positive test result, here is some information on what you can do. Here are the treatment protocols. Here are the EUA monoclonal antibodies.”

@1:04:42: And again, if the hydroxychloroquine or ivermectin is controversial, okay. But what about the monoclonal antibodies? We haven’t talked about these. These are high tech, they’re produced by big pharma, it’s big money, it was all NIH funded, they’re emergency use authorized by the USFDA… How come America has no window to that? How come there’s no updates on how we’re doing with that? How come there’s no 1-800 numbers? How sick patients can find out where these antibodies are?

So it is a global suppression of early treatment, whether they’re generic drugs or newly approved drugs. There is a global suppression on early treatment. Americans will know, they watch the TV every night, the initial dialogue was, “We’re scared. Wear a mask, go in lockdown, hand sanitizer…” Okay? Then there was some reports about terrible things going in the hospital, then the reports later on were, “Wait for a vaccine”.

There were never regular reports or updates from any local or national TV source that gave regular updates – “This is what you should do when you get covid-19 at home. Here are the drugs that work. Here are the protocols. Here are the hotlines so you can get an antibody infusion.” Which is approved by the FDA! “Here are the hotlines so you can get in research.” Research is important! There’s still no hotline for Americans to get in covid-19 research. At a state or a federal level. Stunning! There’s been no updates.

@1:06:11: When I’ve dealt with multiple congressional and senate offices I said, “Listen. Weekly updates to the American people, so that they know what to do so they’re not so in fear when they’re getting these results. Weekly updates! Through all public channels. Weekly updates on treatment. And then monthly updates to the guidelines.” We have none of that! We are over a year of this, and the Americans have been absolutely let down by the government agencies, by the media! The media – why wouldn’t it come in to any local broadcasters thought process to give their listeners an update on early treatment? It’s a stunning oblivion.

Given that most medications are advertised as having possibly dangerous side effects, why did regulators categorically dismiss early outpatient therapies for Covid-19, including FDA-approved Hydroxychloroquine, on the grounds of having possible dangerous side effects?

@1:07:06: For products to actually be officially advertised, they have to have somebody who’s going to pay for the ad, which is a drug company, and they have to be FDA-approved. And they actually have to have an FDA advertising label. And because of the monoclonal antibodies, as an example, don’t have an advertising label, they can’t be – Lilly and Regeneron – can’t go out and advertise for them. But because they’re EUA, from a public health messaging perspective, they should be equally featured as vaccines.

Now vaccines are emergency use authorized; all we hear about is vaccines, morning, noon and night. Why do we hear – why do we hear a massive messaging about vaccines? Americans ought to think about this. Why are vaccines featured, by, the CDC, the NIH, and FDA, morning, noon and night, by the media, morning, noon and night? By every medical center, morning, noon and night?

I can tell you as a doctor in a medical center, all our emails are about vaccination. Why are they featured in every single public health communication? Needles in all the arms? In fact, shockingly, in the Dallas area, in October, this is long before the vaccine trials were ever completed, if you were to call CVS or Walgreens, the answering machine would say, “We’re proud to offer the covid-19 vaccine when it comes available.”

@1:08:32: We have never advertised for a product before it comes available. In fact, it’s against U.S. laws regarding drugs and biological products. So things started to go off the rails very early on, and it seems like there was a playbook. The playbook was to suppress any hope of treatment; a complete oblivion to treatment, through all the entities we’ve mentioned and at the same time prepare the population for mass vaccination. These two are very tightly linked.

And now with mass vaccination, we have seen things we have never seen. Advertising the vaccine before it’s even available. Massive messaging for the vaccine, far out of proportion to treatment. You have two EUA products, one you never hear about, Americans would – are starved of these monoclonal antibodies – in fact, they’re grossly underused. They could’ve saved probably tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of lives. And they’re being squashed. The Lilly and Regeneron products have been squashed. But the Pfizer, Moderna, and J&J products are being massively promoted and advertised.

Americans ought to be… kind of… wondering, why is that happening? Why are we de-focusing on the sick patient and focusing on well people? All the messaging about contagion control and vaccines are about well people. Why can we not focus on the sick covid patient? That was my message to the Department and Health Human Services in Texas.

But it goes further than that. It goes further than that. The vaccine registrational trials strictly excluded pregnant women, women of child-bearing potential, covid recovered patients, patients who had prior covid antibodies. Strictly excluded them. By regulatory science, if all the registrational trials excluded a group of patients, we would never use that product in that group once it gets on the market. Never! Never! We never violate that. Why? Cause we don’t know if it’s going to work, and we don’t know if it’s going to be safe. We never do that. There’s another level.

@1:10:42: With pregnant women are a special group in research and medicinal products. It’s very important for Americans to know this. In pregnant women, for vaccination, we only vaccinate with safe, inactive products. Inactive flu, tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis. That’s it. We would never inject a biologically active substance in a pregnant woman’s body. That could be dangerous. Never! And with the vaccines, as soon as they came out, the CDC, FDA, media, everybody said, “Vaccinate them. Vaccinate them.”

Given our longstanding acceptance of vaccines for diphtheria, tetanus, polio and measles, how is the development and deployment of Covid vaccines a departure from previous vaccine development and safety review?

@1:11:30: Well, the USA – the USFDA regulatory guidance on vaccines, and their have been modern vaccines. You don’t have to pick the old ones. I mean, we have modern vaccines, shingles vaccines, hepatitis-B, meningococcal vaccines, demand a minimum of 2 years of safety data. 2 years. By regulatory – in fact, they said it kind of written in, codified into the regulatory rules for the manufacturers.

That was all thrown out. And said, “Two months. For covid, two months.” So two months of observational data. This idea, that we can vaccinate people that were not even tested, in the trials, that has never been done before. We have never just thrown a vaccine at somebody without having any data. None.

So the very first pregnant woman that was vaccinated here in the United States, it was done with no knowledge of safety, and no knowledge of efficacy. And the argument that we’ve heard, the argument that we’ve heard, is, “Well, covid-19 is a bad illness. 600,000 people have died. The vaccine could help them. We should give it a shot. Come on. We should just give it a shot.”

Well that 600,000 died, I’ve already told you 85% of that was preventable with early treatment, which was actively suppressed and squashed. And not only that, is if this vaccine can help them, the vaccine better be safe. It better be safe. And my comments on the vaccine are safety, safety, safety. Let’s see it. Let’s see it. And Americans ought to – just like the Americans should have been getting weekly updates on treatment innovations, Americans should have been getting weekly updates on vaccine safety. Very important. Weekly updates from our federal officials on safety. Super important.

@1:13:22: Those two things are probably the two largest acts of malfeasance in all of medical regulatory history. It’ll go down in history of malfeasance. Wrongdoing by those of authority. How come there was no updates on treatment and no promotion of early treatment to reduce hospitalization and death? And now when we release the vaccine, why are there no safety updates? Why are there no attempts for risk mitigation in terms of making the vaccine program safer? How do we have all these vaccines? How do we know that we can vaccinate pregnant women?

We know because of years and years and years of safety data. Before a vaccine is ever been injected into a pregnant woman, it’s probably been tested for decades before we try it in a pregnant woman. We would never out of the box take a brand new technology that’s never been tested before, ever – and we know that the vaccine technology produces the dangerous spike protein, it produces the Wuhan spike protein, the spicule on the ball of the virus itself, which damages blood vessels and causes blood clotting. And all of them do. We would never unleash that into a pregnant woman’s body.

@1:14:31: Americans have to understand, something is very wrong, what’s going on. What’s going on now in the world, these are examples, are clear cut examples, of wrongdoing that is at such a high level. The groupthink is in the wrong direction in such a consistence and overwhelming way, that people are being harmed in, in extraordinary fashion.

How did you go public with your findings about early outpatient therapies for preventing hospitalization and death? How was it received?

@1:15:05: Well when I published the first paper in the American Journal of Medicine and taught doctors how to treat covid-19, and that could’ve been somebody else – if Dr. Zelenko had the publication power, he could’ve done it. Or Dr. Proctor could have done it. Or Dr. Didier Raoult could have done it. Or Brian Fareed – er – Brian Tyson or George Fareed. It turned out that I was the person who had sufficient academic authority to do this. Okay. And I have authority. I take complete responsibility for doing this. I did it uniquely, the only person in the world to do this.

Others actually may have been trying. And those papers may have been suppressed by editors. They probably were. Because we found suppression of early treatment literature all over. It became impossible to publish papers, it was really hard. I may have just been the strongest and the most courageous doctor in the world to do that. But I did it, and the feedback I was getting was tremendous. It was like, “Of course. This makes sense. I’m so glad this, this got into the literature.” It came out in the electronic print in August, and then it came into hard print in January. When it hit January it landed in all the medical libraries in the world, that’s when things really heated up.

And, I do have to tell you, that I got letters to the editor that came into the American Journal of Medicine and Joe – Dr. Joe Alpert, out of Arizona is the editor, Joe has let every one of those letters come to me for a response. The tenor of the letters is quite interesting. And they’ve come from Duke University, they’ve come from McGill, from the Nash University in Australia, they’ve come from Brazil.

@1:16:44: The tenor of the letters is, “Dr. McCullough, you can’t do this. You can’t treat covid-19 patients.” … (long pause) And it’s the most interesting – my response is, “Doctor. Please have courage. Let’s, let’s do away with therapeutic nihilism. Let’s join together and treat covid-19 patients compassionately to reduce hospitalization and death. And we can do this, and I can do it, and we even have some more supportive data.” So every time they say, “Oh, this drug doesn’t work!” And I’ll say, “Well here’s 5 more studies that do.”

Hydroxychloroquine – and we’re up to hundreds of studies that shows that it works. Ivermectin – hundreds of studies. Steroids – dozens of studies. Anticoagulants – at least a dozen studies. We are so well supported in the concepts of treating covid-19 that every time one of these letters comes in, I have a little fun with it, because the position of strength is enormous. My thoughts, and my positions, and my statements over time are becoming progressively stronger, and progressively more powerful.

@1:17:50: And the detractors sense that. This – the feeling of fear, intellectual fear, from my adversaries, is palpable. I feel it everyday. And when that first paper came out in the American Journal of Medicine, my daughter said, “Daddy, why don’t you make a youtube video?” I said, “No, I don’t want to do social media. That’s for kids. I just, I don’t have time for this.”

She taught me how to do it, it was powerpoint. I literally just recorded my face down in the lower corner, I wore a tie, 4 slides, saying, “Listen. It’s Americans. It’s Italians. We looked at safety. We looked at efficacy. We looked at all the available data. We think this is the best way to put together the drugs.” We had 4 slides on this. It got up on youtube. It went absolutely viral. Went absolutely viral.

And… then I got a message. It said, “You violated terms of the community.” and it was struck down. Then I got a call from the U.S. Senate. So I told you, I knew something was going on. Because, you know, I’ve never been called by the White House before. I’ve never been called by the Senate before. People in Washington were following this. They were stakeholders, in Washington who, in a sense, knew that something was going wrong here. That this, this viral infection could be treated.

But they were kind of waiting for someone in the academic community to step forward and literally say, “It can be treated!” I was the first one to say, “We can treat this! We can do this!” It’s very important to be able to make this statement, “We can do it.” Based on what? Based on my judgement. Based on my judgement. Supported by the available science, but more importantly, based on my judgement.

And so, I ended up contracting covid-19 myself. In October. My wife came home with it. She got sick. Before I knew it, I got sick. It got into my lungs. I was in approved protocols. I quickly got into a protocol; it’s hard, but I was able to find a protocol. I was on hydroxychloroquine, azithromycin, nutraceutical bundle, per the protocol; I later on needed steroids cause of lung involvement. But I wanted to show America that you could get covid-19 and have some medical problems, which I do, and be able to get through it without being hospitalized.

@1:19:56: So on treatment day 6, illness day 8, beautiful sunny day in Dallas, Texas, I went out, far away from anybody else, and I went jogging. And I was really short of breath. And I tell you, I’m a pretty strong runner. I was short of breath cause of the covid involvement in my lungs. But I ran all the way to a park. I made a video in the park, and then I made it all the way home. And I had fun with it. I, in fact I played that Eminem music that said, the recovery video. If any of you watch Eminem, and it said, “I’m not afraid.” and I just, you know, video of myself, I said, “I’m not afraid of covid-19.” I had that video. That video was struck down. And then ultimately had to get restored.

Now wait a minute. Youtube is playing a role here. In addition to all the other stakeholders in suppressing any early treatment. In fact, the early treatment doctors started to become scrubbed from twitter, from youtube, from social media, and then ultimately youtube came out with a very clear message. They said, “Listen. We are only going to have information that is in line with the CDC, NIH, and FDA. Which say, do nothing. And everything else is going to be considered misleading. And we’re making the judgement. It’s our call, on what’s misleading and what’s not.”

But if it’s – it’s pretty easy to be in line with the CDC, NIH and FDA because they say to do nothing! So if the social media platform is to just do nothing for early treatment and suppress early treatment, which it is, the major media is to suppress early treatment.

@1:21:32: So I still go back and say, “Who’s responsible?” I’d say the government agencies. In this period of crisis, if we’re going to revert to our government agencies, and our task force, and if our presidents can’t be wise enough to even choose doctors who have ever even seen a patient and know how to treat it, if they’re not wise enough to pick doctors who can treat covid-19, we’ll never have agencies that say we can treat covid-19, and if we don’t have agencies to do that, then nothing else is going to follow.

If the doctors and people we pick, have never seen covid-19, they’re scared of it, they don’t know how to treat it, and the only thing they can comment on is wearing masks and social distancing and vaccination – that’s all that America’s going to have. So America’s response to covid-19, the official response, has basically been to well people. “Wear a mask.” “Get vaccinated.” And America has offered nothing to the sick person. And when they get in the hospital, we haven’t seen much feature on that. The drugs are pretty weak. Remdesivir, convalescent plasma, tocilizumab, steroids, anticoagulants, you don’t hear much about it. And it’s, it’s honestly too late.

Recently a Harvard group, the stop covid group, had published those sick enough to get in the ICU, the 28 day mortality is 38%. Unacceptably high. Going into hospital’s a nightmare. I get desperate calls all over the United States. Thank goodness for the major telemedicine and regional telemedicine networks. They’ve basically have taken over. They’re the real heroes of the covid-19 pandemic. Hospitals are empty now. Hospitals here in Dallas used to have 200, 300 patients at a time. Now they’ve got… 10? 5? The other day in Texas we hit 0 deaths. Zero?

So, early treatment is going to be one of the great, great stories that historians… and they’ll reach out to Ben Marble who started myfreedoctor.com. Ben Marble, that, that whole telemedicine is run strictly by charity. People donate money, and they get patients their drugs. And they prescribe hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin, steroids and other drugs. Put them into combination, they follow protocols. Terrific. They’re seeing thousands of patients by telemedicine everyday.

@1:23:44: So Americans are getting treated. And so word is out! People talk to each other. Americans, it’s interesting. They understand that the media and the agencies are not leveling with them. They understand that.

I did a seminar early on because I had treated a very prominent African-American minister here in Dallas. And him and his wife were sick. He didn’t tell me about his wife. And she was testing negative. She wasn’t a patient of mine. He got what’s called sequence multi-drug therapy, he got really sick, he’s got heart failure, diabetes, emphysema, obesity, kidney disease – survives at home, sick for about 10 days – I’m not saying the drug therapy is perfect, but I saved him from being hospitalized or dying.

His wife, no treatment, hospitalized, diagnosed late, was in the hospital for 5 weeks. Came home on oxygen; that virus ravaged her lung. It was awful. They had the same illness. And so he became activated; he said, “Dr. McCullough, can you do a webinar for African-American churches nationwide?” I did a webinar, and I presented my approach. And you know what the comments were? They said, “Dr. McCullough, we knew, we knew the government was lying to us. We knew this was treatable. We knew it all along.” People know this.

Are more doctors finally learning to overcome the regulatory and institutional suppression of outpatient Covid-19 therapies?

@1:25:06: It’s the individual finding its way. There are practices that have come on. I’ve gotten calls in Dallas, “Dr. McCullough, can you share your protocols? We want to do this.” The treating doctors really have interdigitated. And we informally called, formed a group called C19, where we get about 4-5 email updates a day, of really critical updates on treatment. It is international. We have former heads of state involved in C19, we have Nobel Prize winners involved in C19, hundreds and hundreds of American doctors.

There now is a published list of treating doctors in the United States; 250 across all 50 states. Texas has 35 of them. So Americans are finding their way despite suppression of early treatment. It’s one of the great stories.

@1:25:56: And I’ll never forget when I testified in the Texas senate, on March 10th, myself and Dr. Richard Urso, another leading early treating doctor in Houston, the chairwoman of the committee at one of the side conversations said, “Yeah, my husband got covid-19, and he got really sick. And I’m so glad he got early treatment. We found a doctor that was willing to prescribe ivermectin and other drugs.”

And I didn’t throw out the zinger in front of the Texas media, but I felt like saying, “You know, do you have to be a chairperson of the Department of Health and Human Services to get some treatment? What about these poor people in south Dallas, San Antonio and Houston, what about people who are not so privileged?”

Do you know that 85% of some of our patients hospitalized here are black or Hispanic? Who’s helping them out? We should be having early treatment centers; they’ve been denied treatment. It’s heartbreaking. Hispanics and African-Americans have double the – have double the mortality that of caucasians.

As a doctor confronted with sick people who need treatment NOW, how do you evaluate what therapies are effective in order to help your patients NOW instead of waiting for the publication of largescale studies?

@1:27:07: We have actually a law in America. It’s called the 21st Century Cures Act. And what this says, is that the FDA and doctors and others trying to do decide on treatment, evaluate the totality of information, including that little anecdote about your mom and the caretaker, as well as case series, large prospective cohort studies, retrospective cohort studies, hospital studies, outpatient studies, and then large prospective randomized double-blind placebo controlled trials.

But in a virus, single drugs themselves are very difficult to prove. Like, if we require that for HIV we’d have no treatment. HIV we quickly realized we need 3 or 4 or 5 drugs. Everyone understands this. With covid-19, I never thought a single drug was going to work. Hydroxychloroquine. No, not alone. But in combination.

And it was that thinking, it takes kind of superior thinking, that somehow doctors just lost their ability to think. Think a cancer doctor would say, “Oh, there’s one pill that cures cancer.” Never. It’s always combination cancer therapy. So, with this, with hydroxychloroquine, we’re now at the stage obviously, we have hundreds and hundreds trials. We even have large randomized trials. I’ve published a doctorate with Joe Ladapo, only prospective randomized control trials show benefit.

So at every level we meet the evidence grade to use hydroxychloroquine. At every level, we meet the evidence grade to use ivermectin. Not so much evidence, but good enough, and the monoclonal antibodies. We have the same for steroids.

@1:28:38: The biggest and best trial in all of covid-19 is ColCorona. I mentioned it with colchicine. Shockingly, ColCorona, the best trial, 4,000 patients, double-blind randomized placebo control trial. The best quality that exists, rejected by New England Journal of Medicine, rejected by JAMA, rejected by Lancet.

There is a global suppression on any early treatment. I want the listeners to understand how global this is. If we were to go north into Canada, doctors are threatened that their licenses will be examined or taken away if they attempt to treat an outpatient with covid-19. They are told this, in Canada. In northern EU, the same is true. Dr. Didier Raoult, who is trying to innovate with hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin in France, in periods of time has been under degrees of threat of arrest or partial arrest or house arrest.

Okay? Almost as if we’re back in the Dark Ages. In Australia, in April, they put on the books in Queensland, Australia, a doctor who tries to help a patient with hydroxychloroquine could be penalized up and to the point of going into jail for 6 months for helping. In South Africa they put some doctors in jail for trying to help patients with ivermectin!

Listen! The powers that are out there that want to suppress early treatment, and cause as much fear, suffering, and hospitalization and death, are not by happenstance. These are powerful forces that have created such fear among doctors; people are fearful they’re going to lose their careers, their livelihood, their medical license, people are afraid of going to jail. In just helping their fellow man get through covid-19.

This is extraordinary. Historians should go look through the course of time. You know the very first doctor, who tried to help a polio patient, survived polio? With the iron lung machine? Which became really a staple ICU device? Was thrown off medical staff. Throw him off staff!

Can you offer any investigative leads to researchers trying to discover WHY early outpatient therapies for Covid-19 have been suppressed?

@1:30:57: I’d look very carefully at the work, building upon other investigative reporters. So Dr. Peter Breggin has a book called “Covid-19 and The Global Predators: We are the Prey”. And it has a living document, he’s already pre-released the manuscript, and he’s releasing updates. Now he’s older and he’s kind of worried the story won’t get out, at his age. But I believe he’s up to 900 documents. The whole story is not put together. But it is substantial and shows the interconnections of the stakeholders involved.

Dr. Nicholas Wade, who is featured on a recent Tucker Carlson is an investigative reporter, he has assembled quite a story. And then Whitney Webb, who is a young investigative reporter, has published some striking things.

All three of these, and as well as many more are linking to important concepts. The suppression of early treatment, and even probably the soft attenuation of in-hospital treatment, to make the problem worse than what it is. Many methods to make the case count look higher than what it is, make the mortality numbers look worse than what they are, many methods to create the reaction out of proportion to the realities. So lockdowns, fears, economic suffering, what have you. All of these things making the pandemic way worse than what it is.

Okay? To, to have that occur. More fear, suffering, hospitalization and death, loneliness, lockdown… in order to promote mass vaccination. These two are tightly linked. “Now mass vaccination AT ALL COSTS! The world must be mass vaccinated.”

@1:33:00: And human beings on Earth ought to understand, at this point in time, what we’re seeing is unprecedented.

It became known, the virus was going to be amenable to a vaccine, somewhere around April or May. At that point in time, therapy was suppressed, everything – nothing can be published. Everything, the fake Lancet paper, squashed treatment, and then prepared the population for vaccination. Once the vaccines come out, they’re short-tracked, there’s all kinds of enthusiasm regarding it, you know, needles in all the arms, trucks rolling, Americans cheering. And then the mass vaccination program starts off.

And then before we know it, you know, we’re vaccinating pregnant women. Why are we doing that? That can’t be safe. Now we’re going to vaccinate covid recovered patients. Wait a minute! They have complete and robust permanent immunity. No one’s ever challenged the immunity of a covid recovered patient. Why are we vaccinating them? And then it keeps going and going.

At first we vaccinated high-risk people. I didn’t really understand vaccinating young health care workers, because they weren’t at risk. There were never any hospital outbreaks in the United States. The only thing that was clear, nursing home workers gave it to nursing home patients. We knew that. So nursing home workers should have been vaccinated. And then maybe high-risk people and we should call it a day.

@1:34:16: I always estimated maybe 20 million people need to be vaccinated. But that didn’t seem to satisfy the vaccine stakeholders. Which are: Pfizer, Moderna, J&J, AstraZeneca, and any others that come forward, the CDC, the FDA and the NIH. And the White House. Massive vaccine stakeholders. You can throw in Gates Foundation. World Health Organization. You can throw those in as well. Massive stakeholders. And they wanted every body to be vaccinated. Without exception! No one will escape the needle.

We’ve actually never had this before. And the vaccine process is extraordinary. There’s a consent form. It says this is investigational. “We don’t know if it’s going to work. There’s only 2 months of data. The side effects could be a sore arm all the way to death. And we don’t know. Sign here. We need your identifying information. We need a barcode on the vial. We need you identified. And now you’re in the database. You’re vaccinated.”

And so this mass vaccination is extraordinarily concerning. We never vaccinate into the middle of a pandemic. Never. We’ve never had an effective vaccine for respiratory virus, including influenza – it’s only modestly effective. We knew from the published data that the attack rates in placebo and the vaccine arms were less than 1%. So we know that the vaccine can have a less than 1% effect in the population.

Why would it be any different than the clinical trials? We knew from the clinical trials that it didn’t stop covid-19, so people can get covid-19 anyway. What would be this incredible drive to vaccinate everybody?

And now, oh my Lord, now the vaccine within a few months has been completely weaponized. Now there’s travel is related to the vaccine. People can’t go to school without the vaccine. People are losing their jobs without the vaccine.

@1:36:02: Believe me, there is something very, very potent in this vaccine. It should be disturbing to everybody. The word “vaccine” ought to be the most disturbing word that they have seen.

Now we have 12 year old children who are told they can decide on their own, whether or not they can take a vaccine.

So, you know, about 70% of my patients are vaccinated. I’m very pro-vaccine, I’ve taken all the vaccines myself – about 70%, and they’re all vaccinated in December, January and February. But as we sit here today, in May, we have over 4,000 vaccine related deaths, and over 10,000 hospitalizations.

The limit! To shut down a program! Is about 25-50 deaths. Swine flu, 1976, 25 deaths, they shut down the programs. It’s not safe. The whole – all the vaccines in the United States per year, would [dialogue unclear] gets reported in the database, is about 200. And we’re talking about vaccinating probably, probably, you know, 500 million injections.

@1:37:03: Here, in the United States, at a 100 million people vaccinated, this is far and away the most lethal, toxic, biologic agent ever injected into a human body in American history. And it’s going strong. With no mention of safety by our officials. With wild enthusiasm by our hospitals and hospital administrators. With doctors supporting it. Doctors are saying now, they won’t see patients in their waiting room without the vaccine.

This problem, covid-19, was actually from the very beginning, that’s what Whitney Webb said, she goes “Covid-19 is actually about the vaccine. It’s not about the virus. It’s about the vaccine.”

Why has there been such a relentless focus on mass vaccination as the ONLY way back to normalcy?

@1:37:50: I think it’s about what the vaccine means. And Whitney Webb gets credit for this, back in April she said, “Ah ha! I figured this out. This is what globalists have been waiting for. They’ve been waiting for a way of marking people.” That you get a vaccine, you’re marked in the database. And this can be used for trade, for commerce, for behavior modification, all different purposes.

And you see it right here in Dallas. They have announced, you know, you can’t go to a Dallas Maverick’s game unless you’re vaccinated. You’ve had people say, listen, you have passports. You had colleges today announce that they’re not going to give any credit to natural immunity.

Every scientist in the world knows that the natural immunity is way better than the vaccine immunity.

If it’s about covid, why don’t we have covid recovered go to the Maverick’s game? Why don’t we have covid recovered people freely go to college? Why do we have to have faulty vaccine immunity be the priority? And have natural immunity not count?

See, these types of things make me think that Whitney Webb is correct. This is actually about marking. The vaccine is a way of marking people; it’s a way of starting to assert efforts to create compliance, behavior control – don’t forget the vaccine is just the starter. Now there’s going to be updates, there’s going to be boosters, they’re already prepping people for this. There’s going to be more – the vaccine manufacturers are all linked. They’re all uniquely indemnified.

What medical product is there indemnification, where if something happens to you, you don’t have any recourse? You know, woman gets vaccinated, pregnant woman, she has no maternal fetal rights. Something happens to her or her baby, she’s out of luck. This is extraordinary what Americans are doing. It’s absolutely extraordinary what’s being thrust upon us now.

Are we entering a Brave New World in which a person who elects NOT to get vaccinated will be punished through nonjudicial means by being forbidden to work, travel, and attend important public events?

@1:39:45: I think this whole pandemic, from the beginning, was about the vaccine. So I think all roads lead to the vaccine. And what it means.

There are already places in southeast Asia and Europe, they are laying the groundwork for compulsory vaccination. I mean, compulsory. That means somebody pins you down to the ground and puts a needle in you. That’s how bad stakeholders want vaccination.

Listen. It’s not of cost. You don’t have to pay for it. It’s all provided. There are people, or stakeholders, they do want a needle in every arm. This “needle in every arm” is a very important moniker. Why? Why do you want a needle in arm?

Let’s take covid recovered. Can’t get the virus. Can’t receive it. It has nothing – Why would they ever want a needle in the arm of a covid recovered patient? Why? Three studies show higher safety events.

See, the tension that Americans are feeling right now, as they’re trying to keep their jobs and go to work, is they know they can die of the vaccine! That’s the problem. If the vaccine was like water, and you just got it and no side effects, who wouldn’t take it? Say, hey, I’ll comply. They got my social security number anyway in a database. I’m already marked. I’ll just get marked.

@1:40:56: But no, there’s something very unique about this vaccine. It’s something about injecting something into a body, that is so important to stakeholders, that it doesn’t matter.

Kids 12 years old told they can make their own decision on this?! And it could be their fatal decision? Think about that! North Carolina just passed that. Oh, kids 12 years old can make, can decide on their own.

There are 4, over 4,000 dead Americans, there’s over 10,000 dead people in Europe, that die on days 1, 2 and 3 after the vaccine. Why, are we pushing this in a way where people’s jobs and their education, and their livelihood decide on a decision that’s potentially fatal? The tension – you can cut it with a knife!

There are parents who say, “Listen. I want my kid to go to college this year but I don’t want to lose him to the vaccine.” They know what’s going on. The internet is full of these cases. Blood clots, strokes, immediate death.

Now I’m fortunate. I have not directly lost a patient to the vaccine. I told you. Most got vaccinated in January – December, January and February. Based on the safety data now, I can no longer recommend it. I can’t recommend it. It’s past all the thresholds to being a safe product. It’s not a safe product. None of them are. It’s not just Johnson & Johnson. In fact, more of the safety events in the United States have occurred with Moderna and Pfizer.

There are now papers, written by prominent scientists, calling for a worldwide halt in the program. There are prominent virologists, many of them, including Nobel Prize Winners, who have said, listen. If we vaccinate people and we create a very narrow, incomplete library of immunity – which what the vaccine is. The vaccines are all targeted to the original Wuhan spike protein. Which is long gone. That’s extinct. Patients are getting vaccinated to something that doesn’t even exist anymore. That Wuhan spike protein is gone.

We’re hoping the immunity covers the other variants. But that narrow immunity is a setup. It’s just like giving everybody a narrow spectrum antibiotic. If you did that, what would happen? We’d grow up superbugs.

There are warnings out there saying, “Don’t do this! Don’t vaccinate the entire world. All we’re going to do is set ourselves up for a superbug that’s going to really wipe out populations.”

So for many reasons, the vaccine, indiscriminate vaccination, is a horrendous idea, it’s a horrendous bioweapon that’s been thrust onto the public. And it’s going to cause great personal harm, which it already has. Thousands of people have lost their lives. I’ve never lost a direct patient, but I’ve had my patients lose their family members – lots of them!

I’ve filled out a safety report on a patient who developed blood clots after one of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, and I’m telling you, it took half an hour to do it, there was many pages, and each page said: “Warning. Federal offense. Punishable by severe fines and penalties if I falsified a report.” All those thousands of Americans that have died with the vaccine and hospitalizations in the database, I think are real. And they are far beyond anything we’ve ever seen. And as a doctor, and as a public citizen, I am extraordinarily concerned about the vaccine.

The vaccine center right down the street here is empty. I drive past it everyday. Americans know, they’re talking to each other, the vaccine’s not safe. And now the effort is, the vaccine stakeholders want kids without parental guidance, and now they want to be in the church. Americans, and people worldwide, should be extraordinarily alarmed.

Has any agency or individual tried to silence you through threats or other forms of intimidation?

@1:44:24: My personal situation, professional situation, is a position of strength. And those who have attempted in any way to pressure, coerce, or threaten me with reprisal have paid an extraordinary price.

And I think that’s an important message, to get out there. There is a position of strength, of based on principles of compassionate care, and of the Hippocratic Oath, and of the fiduciary relationship that a doctor has to a patient, and a prominent doctor has to a population, that supercedes all of those other ill intents. And what I say is, “Bring ’em on.”

Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH, FACP, FACC, FAHA, FCRSA, FCCP, FNFK, FNLA
Professor of Medicine, Texas A & M College of Medicine
Board Certified Internist and Cardiologist
President of Cardiorenal Society of America
Editor-in-Chief, Reviews in Cardiovascular Medicine
Editor-in-Chief, Cardiorenal Medicine
Senior Associate Editor, American Journal of Cardiology

Dr. McCullough is an internist, cardiologist, epidemiologist, and Professor of Medicine at Texas A & M College of Medicine, Dallas, TX USA. Since the outset of the pandemic, Dr. McCullough has been a leader in the medical response to the COVID-19 disaster and has published “Pathophysiological Basis and Rationale for Early Outpatient Treatment of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Infection” the first synthesis of sequenced multidrug treatment of ambulatory patients infected with SARS-CoV-2 in the American Journal of Medicine and subsequently updated in Reviews in Cardiovascular Medicine. He has 40 peer-reviewed publications  on the infection and has commented extensively on the medical response to the COVID-19 crisis in TheHill and on FOX NEWS Channel. On November 19, 2020, Dr. McCullough testified in the US Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs and throughout 2021 in the Texas Senate Committee on Health and Human Services, Colorado General Assembly, and New Hampshire Senate concerning many aspects of the pandemic response.