“A video featuring a group of doctors making false and dubious claims related to the coronavirus was removed by Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube after going viral online Monday.”
That was the introduction on cnn.com yesterday Tuesday July 28th 2020.
“Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pull ‘false’ coronavirus video after it goes viral” was the headline by MSNBC same day.
Liberal media organs across America have dismiss the viral video by some doctors, one of them reportedly from Cameroonian origin that coronavirus is a scam by political elites in America
CNN even refused to recognized them as doctors only referring to them as “group of people with medical jackets”
The doctors had claimed coronavirus can be cured by hydroxychloroquine- popular malaria drug which Trump has touted as magic cure for the virus in he past and insist people don’t need to wear mask or remain in lockdown.
One of the doctors say she has treated more than 350 patients with zero dead and says Americans don’t have to die
“you don’t need masks” rubbishing recent studies which says mask is effective to help curb the spread of the virus.
“hydroxychloroquine is ineffective for the treatment of Covid-19 are “fake science” sponsored by “fake pharma companies.” They continued
“This virus has a cure, it’s called hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and Zithromax,” the woman claims. “You don’t need masks, there is a cure.”
One of them said as they staged a protest infront of US congress with their medical jackets
The video has gone viral on social media and was shared on conservative media organ Breitbart news and received support from Trump and other conservatives in the United States
Their outing has divided public opinion in US and around the world, fueling already burning debate about the politicization of the virus to hurt Trump .