Is Neil Cavuto the new Shep Smith? He dramatically discussed President Trump’s announcement that he’s taking hydroxychloroquine as a coronavirus preventative by saying: It will kill you.” He completely refuted the president’s use of the drug in an on-air rant full of fearmongering:

“A number of studies, those certainly vulnerable in the population, have one thing to lose, their lives. A VA study showed that among a population of veterans in a hospital receiving this treatment, those with vulnerable conditions, respiratory conditions, heart elements, they died.”

“Those who took it, in a vulnerable population, including those with respiratory or other conditions, they died. I want to stress again…they died. If you are in a risky population here and you are taking this as a preventative treatment to ward off the virus or, in a worst-case scenario, you are dealing with the virus, and you are in this vulnerable population, it will kill you. I cannot stress that enough. This will kill you.”

Laura Ingraham recently called out the media on their fearmongering about the drug:

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Laura Ingraham called out the fake news pushing a new study released on hydroxychloroquine. It’s a drug used on COVID-19 patients. Several of the fake news propagandists were pushing the study, but it’s got holes as big as Swiss cheese debunking the anti-hydroxychloroquine agenda. (see below).

Ingraham says in the video below that the study is “shockingly irresponsible” and, as top virologists are saying, perhaps even agenda-driven.

Please watch the video below this one from Dr. Chris Martenson who destroys this agenda-driven study.

Digging deeper into the study that Ingraham mentions, Dr. Martenson exposes the fact that the VA study is a “garbage study” and is being used to push a political narrative.

Dr. Martenson gives example after example of why this study is not to be trusted.

Is the anti-Trump agenda trying to discount the use of a drug that could help people in theearly stages of the coronavirus?

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