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Bucking the Covid Bureaucracy

Dr. George Fareed, on the Lean to the Left Podcast, says a drug cocktail that includes ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine has saved thousands of lives.

Remember when some medical experts were advocating the use of ivermectin, a drug approved by the FDA to treat head lice or parasitic worms in humans or parasites in animals, for treating Covid 19?

Some also pushed the use of hydroxychloroquine, even though the FDA withdrew emergency use authorization of that drug, a version of which is used to clean fish tanks, for treatment of Covid 19. Well, our Lean to the Left podcast guest today is a doctor who claims he’s saved thousands of lives by using a cocktail of those drugs, and others, and now his medical license is being threatened.

Dr. George Fareed, medical director at Pioneers Health Clinic, Brawley, CA, says his Covid treatment results “are nothing short of a miracle,” despite the resistance that he experienced from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other federal agencies, including the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

In fact, in the interview, he calls Dr. Anthony Fauci, now chief medical advisor to the president and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, a "villain" as the federal government sought to stem the spread of Covid 19 from its inception. Dr. Fareed contends that "big Pharma" played a role in downplaying readily available, inexpensive, and effective drugs in favor of vaccinations, which he strongly advises against.

Dr. Fareed and Dr. Brian Tyson are the authors of “Overcoming the Covid Darkness…how two doctors successfully treated 7,000 patients,” in which they describe the obstacles they faced and the successes they experienced in treating Covid 19 in its early stages. Fareed has worked clinically in primary medical care in the Imperial Valley of California since 19901, and has been on the frontline for early COVID-19 treatment in that region since March 2020.

He’s practiced across the whole spectrum of COVID-19 care, treating outpatients as well as hospital inpatients. He testified on November 19, 2020, in a U.S. Senate hearing on early COVID-19 treatment.

Here are some of the questions we put to Dr. Fareed on the podcast:

  1. Please tell us about your mission and your book. Why did you write it?

  2. What is the Fareed-Tyson protocol?

  3. In an article published by NIH, you and your co-authors wrote this: “This early therapeutic option deserves serious and urgent consideration by the medical establishment and respective decision-makers. Doctors must be allowed their clinical discretion in how they optimally treat their patients. Doctors must be brave and trust their skilled judgements and do all to save the lives of their patients.” Did you find that doctors were not allowed their clinical discretion in treating patients?

  4. Does this include the use of hydroxychloroquine and ivermectine? They were highly criticized as potential treatments, were they not?

  5. Did you find resistance to your approach? Why? With the success of your approach, why wasn’t it more widely used?

  6. Were lives lost because President Trump and his administration was so slow in even acknowledging the seriousness of the pandemic?

  7. What is your view of the vaccinations that are now available?

  8. What about the boosters?

  9. If I test positive for Covid now, what should I do?

  10. What about the Covid pill?

  11. What about Monkeypox? Is this something we should be concerned about?

Listen to an interesting and somewhat disturbing interview:

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Mark M. Bello
Mark M. Bello
Jul 13, 2022

Bob: I haven't listened yet, but I'll bet he never suggested that we drink a bottle of bleach, did he?

Bob Gatty
Bob Gatty
Jul 13, 2022
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