Donald Trump once again promotes unproven Covid-19 drug hydroxychloroquine

Donald Trump once again promotes unproven Covid-19 drug hydroxychloroquine

Various clips of Immanuel's speech have spread rapidly on the internet in recent days, but hydroxychloroquine, an antimalarial drug, has not been proved effective against Covid-19.

"It is beyond the pale for Twitter to silence someone for sharing the views of medical professionals who happen to dissent with their anti-hydroxychloroquine narrative", Mr Surabian said. Those include serious heart rhythm problems.

"I think they're very respected doctors", Trump said of the group in the video, before appearing to applaud Immanuel in particular.

Twitter's rules against coronavirus misinformation explicitly states it will require users to remove tweets containing "alleged cures" for COVID-19.

A viral video was removed from Facebook after it made false claims that the drug could cure COVID-19.

Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, MD, said the verdict on hydroxychloroquine is not in doubt. "After the president began touting hydroxychloroquine for coronavirus earlier this year, lupus patients struggled to get it, with one telling USA Today that because she was unable to fill her normal prescription, she is rationing her pills, taking a half-pill every day - a quarter of her normal dosage".

Many large-scale researchers in the U.S. National Institute of Health, WHO, and university in the U.S. and all over the world, was not able to find any solid evidence that hydroxychloroquine with or without antibiotic can prevent coronavirus infection.

During a daily briefing this week (via The Guardian), Trump was questioned about retweeting Stella's claims.

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The video was first published by Breitbart News, a right-wing medium co-founded by Steve Bannon, a former aide to American President, Donald Trump.

"Cool, so Trump won't listen to the renowned infectious disease expert who actually works for him, but he loves the demon sperm lady".

"I thought her voice was an important voice, but I know nothing about her", President Trump says of the video he retweeted where a woman claims masks don't work & there's a cure for Covid-19.

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In the video, Dr Immanuel claimed she also used the drug to treat malaria patients in Nigeria.

For instance, she was reported to have said that fibroids and cysts are caused by having sex with demons in dreams and that alien DNA is being used in medical treatments.

Immanuel - who practices medicine at Rehoboth Medical Center, a clinic in Houston, and is the founder of the Fire Power Ministries church - is a licensing pediatrician, according to the Texas Medical Board, and is also recognized as religious minister.

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