COVID Doctor Challenges Dr. Fauci and CNN Hosts to Urine Test to Prove They Aren’t Taking HCQ
Unless your head has been under a rock, you’ve seen the sweeping politicization of the well-known drug, Hydroxycloroquine. At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, Donald Trump touted the early results of the drug as a possible “game changer” that showed much promise as a treatment and preventative medicine for the virus.
Since then, Trump and the drug have been under heavy political attack as “experts” like Dr. Fauci and certain CNN hosts continue to downplay the drug — despite its enormous evidence as a valid treatment — as useless. However, much evidence has now come out that while these elitists are playing political games with the drug, they may be hoarding it for themselves and actually taking it.
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One prominent COVID-19 doctor, Stella Immanuel, is now challenging CNN host, Chris Cuomo along with Dr. Fauci to take a urine test to prove that they aren’t taking the drug themselves.
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