Trump vindicated after being ridiculed for promoting COVID-19 drug

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It has been about a week since the liberal media broadly lambasted Trump for touting an anti-malaria drug, hydroxychloroquine, as a potential cure for COVID-19. A lot of MSM hacks will be deleting a lot of their tweets.

As usual, the president has been vindicated in the face of the knee-jerk ‘orange man bad’ crowd. On Sunday night, the FDA issued an emergency use authorization for treating COVID-19 with the drug, among others like chloroquine.

As a full clinical trial is not currently realistic, the US Department of Health & Human Services has announced that the anti-malaria drugs will be distributed from the Strategic National Stockpile to doctors around the country to treat COVID-19 patients.

Vas Narasimhan, the CEO of Novartis, is now on record declaring that hydroxychloroquine is the world’s best hope to overcome the novel coronavirus pandemic. He noted that the drug has been shown to kill the virus in animal testing and Swiss clinical trials. Major pharmaceutical companies like Bayer and Sandoz have donated tens of millions of doses to the Strategic National Stockpile.

France is also moving toward using hydroxychloroquine in the battle against COVID-19. Clinical results in France have shown that 78 of 80 patients treated with the drug have recovered within 5 days. Patients usually take 2 to 4 weeks to recover.

New York doctor proves Trump’s COVID-19 drugs work



In New York, family doctor Vladimir Zelenko has successfully treated 350 COVID-19 patients with a 100% success rate using a cocktail of drugs including hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine. Dr. Zelenko says he saw improvement in patients within about 5 hours. His treatment regime takes 5 days and costs a mere 20 dollars in total.

The National Institute of Health has published studies showing that hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine are effective. They have also found promise in treating COVID-19 with Zinc supplements.

Astounding liberal hypocrisy



As recently as March 28 liberal mouthpieces such as The Guardian were publishing headlines like “Trump touted hydroxychloroquine as a cure for Covid-19. Don’t believe the hype.” The article asserts that Trump “has repeatedly made false and misleading assertions throughout the coronavirus crisis and indeed his entire presidency.” They go on to declare that “there is no magic cure for this pandemic, no matter what Trump says.”

The publication appears to be projecting their penchant for false and misleading assertations, as the President used no such language as ‘magic cure’ but rather said the drug ‘has a real chance’ and ‘let’s see how it works.’