Pfizer defies media blackout on COVID therapeutics

By Bob Unruh

Legacy media outlets and social media giants have been ruthless during the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic that has killed millions in their effort to suppress information about possible treatments of those infected with the virus that apparently originated in a virology research center in Wuhan, China.

Both hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin have been suggested by various studies and medical professionals as possibly providing help. Both commonly are used for other ailments.

And their effectiveness has been documented in a new magazine issue called “ENDING THE PANDEMIC: How vaccine mania and lust for power led to the all-out suppression of proven safe-and-effective COVID treatments.”

Further, the Western Journal reported that YouTube was “endangering American lives by silencing potentially life-saving COVID treatment.”

“Empowered by its accessibility and international popularity, Google’s YouTube has done more to proliferate the misfortune and plight of the coronavirus pandemic than most individual actors could muster alone,” the report explained.

The company has fixated on control, “All at the expense of only human life…”

It did that by silencing those voices who wanted to discuss all possible help for COVID victims, the report said. Under the online giant’s “medical misinformation policies,” talk of ivermectin was forbidden, it explained.

Even though an academic paper published in the Proceedings of the Japan Academy of the Physical and Biological Sciences, ivermectin has ‘been used to successfully overcome several … human diseases and new uses for it are continually being found.'”

But now Pfizer, one of the companies that has been raking in the cash for its COVID “vaccinations,” has defied the coordinated blackout on such information.

It has boldly announced that, “Defeating COVID-19 likely requires both vaccination and targeted treatment for those who contract the virus. At Pfizer, we are evaluating two antiviral protease inhibitors – one orally administered candidate and one intravenously administered candidate – both of which have demonstrated potent antiviral activity against severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), as well as other known coronaviruses, in both in vitro and in vivo studies.”

Pfizer said that its products, “if successful and authorized or approved,” would allow “end-to-end treatment options for COVID-19 patients, including those exposed to the virus, those with diagnosed infections treated in the outpatient setting, and those hospitalized with moderate to severe infection.”

It said it started looking into the possibilities when COVID-19 appeared in 2020 and moved around the globe, killing millions. After all, it already had worked to develop a protease inhibitor for HIV as well as therapeutics for the 2003 SARS tested in its preclinical program.

Protease inhibitors identified in its 2003 work against SARS “were found to also inhibit the [COVID-19] protease,” the company said.

At the same time, it began looking into a new protease inhibitor that could be administered orally “so that it could potentially be prescribed at the first sign of infection or at the first awareness of an exposure – without requiring patients to be hospitalized.”

It moved those studies to a Phase 2/3 trial just in the past few weeks, the company said.

The goal is to have “therapies” that “may complement vaccination, Pfizer said.

Protease inhibitors work by preventing a virus from replicating.

Regarding the other treatments, Western Journal explained ivermectin already has a reputation of being a “wonder drug,” and some physicians found it helped their COVID-19 patients.

In testimony to the Senate Committee on Homeland Security last year, Dr. Pierre Kory, said it was a “highly effective protocol for preventing and early treatment of COVID-19.”

Hydroxychloroquine, which is used to treat malaria and arthritis, had gotten more attention over the last year for its impact on COVID-19.

But the Journal confirmed data about it was “regarded as dangerous misinformation, which could harm the populous and indignify the public health establishment itself.”

The attacks were relentless. The AP claimed, “No evidence ivermectin is a miracle drug against COVID-19.” And the AP said an Arizona couple who used chloroquine phosphate, a different product, got ill and one died.

The Journal explained, “Google and Youtube’s shared medical misinformation policy tells users to not post any content that recommends the use of ivermectin for treatment or prevention for COVID-19, as it is a removable offense. This policy follows guidance from both local health authorities and the World Health Organization.”

YouTube admitted, in a statement, that its policies “don’t allow content that encourages people to use hydroxychloroquine or ivermectin.”

But in reality, a study supported former President Trump’s suggestion that the common malaria drug hydroxychloroquine is an effective treatment for COVID-19.

A study on 255 patients by St Barnabas Medical Center in New Jersey found that when used in a high dosage and with zinc, the drug increased survival rates nearly three times for severe cases in which patients were on ventilators.

Establishment media mocked Trump in April 2020 when he said hydroxychloroquine is a “powerful drug on malaria, and there are signs that it works on [the coronavirus], some very strong signs.”

A month later, he told attendees during a roundtable event at the White House that he “happen to be taking it” as a preventative.

In fact, there are 219 peer-reviewed studies indicating the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment and prophylaxis against COVID-19. And 54 peer-reviewed studies show the effectiveness of ivermectin.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Americans are just starting to discover that much of what they thought they knew about the COVID-19 pandemic has been a lie. At the same time, the reality of safe, effective, inexpensive and readily available medications that can both treat and prevent COVID infection – successfully used all over the world – has been ruthlessly suppressed at every turn. But the truth is finally emerging, and is explored in-depth in the latest issue of WND’s acclaimed monthly Whistleblower magazine, titled “ENDING THE PANDEMIC: How vaccine mania and lust for power led to the all-out suppression of proven safe-and-effective COVID treatments.” “ENDING THE PANDEMIC” is available in Whistleblower’s state-of-the-art digital form. Better yet, SUBSCRIBE TO WHISTLEBLOWER (print edition) and get 12 powerful issues plus a free gift, or else get an ANNUAL DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTION.

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