YouTube bans videos that discuss Ivermectin as a possible coronavirus treatment.Mon Jun 28, 2021 – 11:13 am EST
By Matt Lamb
Ivory Hecker said that FOX censored her when she tried to report on Ivermectin’s effectiveness. She posted a video recently that appeared to include footage from 2020 that her employer did not air.
Dr. Joseph Varon is referred to as the “COVID Hunter.” He’s made hundreds of media appearances on news stations in the United States and internationally.
“Almost every outlet has failed to note,” said Hecker, that Varon’s use of the drugs has helped him achieve a low death rate for patients he treats in hospitals.
Hecker interviewed Baron, and he said that the media would not include his comments on Ivermectin in their media reports.
Hecker’s coverage has reportedly drawn the ire of government officials but the praise of others.
“I have no problem telling people about this is a drug [HCQ]. I would take myself if I were to get ill and required to be in the hospital,” Varon told a local Houston outlet last year.
“American newsrooms actively avoid this [world-] changing, life and death story. Ivermectin hides in plain sight as bureaucrats fumble for excuses not to use cheap repurposed medicines that work. How’s it possible?” Bret Weinstein wrote on Twitter.
HCQ, which is cheap and widely available, is a drug used to treat malaria, lupus, and arthritis.
“Research published by medRxiv this week found that hydroxychloroquine, when paired with azithromycin, could increase the coronavirus survival rate by nearly 200% in ventilated patients who have a severe version of COVID-19,” the Washington Examiner reported June 11.
“A few months later, the Henry Ford Health System published a study that showed hydroxychloroquine helped its severely ill coronavirus patients recover,” the news outlet reported.
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