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Michelle Malkin with Dr Simone Gold: COVID experimental agents

Here is a very important interview of Dr Simone Gold by journalist Michelle Malkin #MalkinLive. There is a very strong possibility that young women who have no fertility issues could become infertile through the COVID mRNA experimental agent.

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COVID-19 mRNA experimental agent : Topics discussed include infertility, antibody dependent enhancement (ADE) or pathogenic priming, dengue fever vaccine in the Philippines. Fired for using Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ). Recommends HCQ or Ivermectin. The formation of America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLD). Pushing back on medical mandates. See stopmedicaldiscrimination.org Nuremberg code. Informed consent. Who do you trust for true information? Not medical journals who are compromised by Big Pharma. Non-partisan. Lockdowns don’t work. She discusses her legal case involving her presence at the Capitol January 6th as an invited speaker. She said 20 agents from FBI broke down her door to arrest her. Case still pending. She gives the AFLD recommendations on COVID experimental ‘vaccine’. Not a vaccine but experimental agent. Not recommended for most age groups especially under age 50.

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Why is there little research on coronavirus therapies?

According to the dictionary the meaning of the word ‘therapy’ is the treatment of disease or disorders, as by some remedial, rehabilitative, or curative process. Why then are doctors who promote re-purposed off-label drugs with which they have achieved incredible success curing patients who have contracted the COVID-19 disease from the China virus? Such drugs as hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin have been demonised and in some cases declared dangerous.

On Jan. 30 , 2021, the New York Times published an article, “How the Search for COVID-19 treatments Faltered While Vaccines Sped Ahead.” The article bemoaned the fact that “nearly a year into the coronavirus pandemic, as thousands of patients are dying every day in the United States and widespread vaccination is still months away, doctors have precious few drugs to fight the virus.”

According to the NY Times:

“The government poured $18.5 billion into vaccines, a strategy that resulted in at least five effective products at record-shattering speed. But its investment in drugs was far smaller, about $8.2 billion, most of which went to just a few candidates, such as monoclonal antibodies. Studies of other drugs were poorly organized.

“The result was that many promising drugs that could stop the disease early, called antivirals, were neglected. Their trials have stalled, either because researchers couldn’t find enough funding or enough patients to participate.”