Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

frontline doctors speak out

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • frontline doctors speak out

    This press conference was taken down from Facebook and removed from Youtube. If you want the truth about covid-19, you have to seek it out.

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/TNMPRWSEp0XB/

  • #2
    der gaffo, have you been ****ed by a demon?

    Comment


    • #3
      I thought inciting violence against the president was grounds to be permanently banned from the OM? Someone help me, here, please. Have the mods given up?

      I'm not going to mention any names, but someone's avatar is inciting violence.

      Comment


      • #4
        This has the vague scent of a conspiracy theory. no thanks.

        Comment


        • #5
          Originally posted by mhgaffney View Post
          I thought inciting violence against the president was grounds to be permanently banned from the OM? Someone help me, here, please. Have the mods given up?

          I'm not going to mention any names, but someone's avatar is inciting violence.
          Go back to sucking Putin's cock. That's all you're good for, scumbag.

          Comment


          • #6
            Who are these quacks?

            https://gizmodo.com/who-are-americas...pro-1844528900

            Dr. Stella Immanuel: Dr. Stella Immanuel is a doctor in Texas who has, let’s say, unorthodox views on just about everything in life.
            Dr. James Todaro: Dr. James Todaro may have a degree in medicine, but he’s pretty far from the frontlines of the pandemic right now. In fact, he hasn’t seen a patient since 2018, according to his own biographies online. What’s Mr. Todaro doing these days? He’s promoting bitcoin.
            Jenny Beth Martin: Jenny Beth Martin was the only person who wasn’t wearing a white lab coat during Monday’s press conference in front of the U.S. Supreme Court’s steps but she certainly looked to be in charge. Martin is the co-founder of an anti-tax group called the Tea Party Patriots Foundation and an alternate delegate to the Republican National Committee convention.
            Dr. Simone Gold: Dr. Simone Gold is a doctor and lawyer in Los Angeles who publicly takes credit as the founder of “America’s Frontline Doctors,” a group whose website was set up 12 days ago, and amusingly appears to be down right now. Gold has been a regular on the right-wing media circuit during the pandemic, appearing on Fox News on May 21, arguing that patients are being harmed by the shutdowns taking place across the country.
            Dr. Daniel W. Erickson: Dr. Erickson is an urgent care doctor in Bakersfield, California who has been touting many of the same ideas about the pandemic that President Trump has been spewing for the past few months.
            Dr. Robert C. Hamilton: All things considered, Dr. Robert “Bob” C. Hamilton appears to have the most normal looking online presence of all the people that spoke on Monday. That is, if you don’t count his somewhat peculiar baby-hushing technique.
            Taking the advice of these morons will kill people.

            Comment


            • #7
              Originally posted by mhgaffney View Post
              I thought inciting violence against the president was grounds to be permanently banned from the OM? Someone help me, here, please. Have the mods given up?

              I'm not going to mention any names, but someone's avatar is inciting violence.
              I can’t see who the dip **** is that youre referring to cause he’s on my ignore. But I can take a guess.



              what’s hilarious are the clowns who scream science yet 6000+ doctors all say HCQ greatly improves a patient. They’d rather cling to a study who had to retract everything cause they were ****ing WRONG.


              vaccine pushers don’t want a cure. They want to profit off the vaccine.



              the hilarity is the “fact checkers” calling it false cause “ there is no cure “. Hahahahahaha



              google is a left trash heap. Search for anything and all that comes up on first few pages are left wing trash fake news sites.


              google HCQ pre 2020 : overwhelming data/studies on how safe and indispensable it is.

              google HCQ in 2020 : all left wing sites claiming how dangerous it is !

              Comment


              • #8
                Astroturf...

                No Evidence That Doctor Group in Viral Video Got Near COVID 'Front Lines'

                The latest viral video promoting COVID-19 misinformation features a newly formed group called America's Frontline Doctors. About 10 physicians, dressed in white coats with an embroidered America's Frontline Doctors logo, spoke for 45 minutes in front of the Supreme Court on Monday on a range of COVID-19 talking points, from hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) being curative to the mental health effects of lockdown outweighing the toll of the virus itself.

                But none of them have practices that would place them on the actual front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some don't currently practice at all.

                Two of those appearing at the Monday event are ophthalmologists, one of whom is no longer licensed. MedPage Today could find no evidence that any of the speakers worked in hospitals with significant numbers of COVID-19 patients.

                The group's website, which according to internet records was created on July 16, was de-activated on Tuesday (though past versions can be seen on web archives). Major social media platforms have sought to remove the video from their pages.

                Late Tuesday, the group was delivering a second press conference as part of a two-day "summit."

                U.S. Rep. Ralph Norman (R-S.C.) opened the first briefing by calling for schools to reopen. Austin Livingston, a spokesperson for Norman, said the congressman was invited to speak by the Tea Party Patriots -- which organized the event on the Supreme Court steps -- in order to "encourage state officials to open schools."

                The Associated Press has previously reported that the Tea Party Patriots are a part of the Save Our Country Coalition, an alliance of conservative groups formed earlier this year to end regional lockdowns. That report also said the Trump campaign tried to recruit doctors to publicly support the president in his push to reopen economies.

                Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder and national coordinator of the Tea Party Patriots, spoke as part of the America's Frontline Doctors press briefing. It is not clear what relationship, if any, exists between the two groups beyond the Washington event.

                So who are some of these doctors involved in this group, and what involvement have they had in the pandemic?

                Simone Gold, MD, JD

                In her Twitter profile, Gold describes herself as a "doctor, lawyer, writer, mom," and links to her website, thegoldopinion.com, which promotes libertarian political viewpoints.

                Gold earned a medical degree in 1989 from what is now the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in Chicago. Her website bio identifies her as a board-certified emergency physician in the Los Angeles area.

                Her California medical license includes her unverified claim that she is involved in patient care 30-39 hours per week and indicates a practice location in Hesperia, a bedroom community of about 100,000 at the edge of the Mojave Desert. Efforts to determine where specifically she may practice were unsuccessful.

                She did not respond to a message seeking clarification and comment.

                Gold has been a frequent contributor to conservative media, including Fox News, where she advocates for HCQ as a treatment for COVID-19 and fast economic reopening.

                Stella Immanuel, MD

                Immanuel is a pediatrician and minister in Houston, according to reports, with a clinic in a strip mall. During Monday's briefing, she claimed she has treated 350 COVID-19 patients with HCQ and none have died.

                She said she is working on publishing her own data, then added that her data would not matter because right now people are dying when not treated with the drug.

                "Everybody get on hydroxychloroquine!" she said, calling the large randomized trials that debunked the drug "fake science." She also declared that people did not need to wear masks.

                Immanuel could not be reached for comment Tuesday. Her ministry's website was not operational Tuesday afternoon and a GoFundMe page that she called her "legal team" has been removed from the site. A cached version of the ministry site still stands.

                Earlier during the pandemic, Immanuel made news for challenging Anthony Fauci, MD, and CNN correspondents to share urine samples to prove they were not secretly taking HCQ.

                James Todaro, MD

                Todaro, an ophthalmologist based in Michigan who is no longer practicing, graduated from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 2014. His medical license, which was classified as "educational limited" in Michigan, expired in 2019.

                According to his LinkedIn profile, Todaro has not practiced medicine since 2018. He co-founded an investment fund called Blockchain Capital.

                Todaro authored a blog post in May that was among the first to expose flaws in the infamous Lancet study concluding that HCQ was associated with higher death rates in COVID-19 patients. Todaro's exposé, written on his website Medicine Uncensored, ultimately contributed to the study's retraction.

                Previously, Todaro wrote a "white paper" in mid-March on chloroquine as prophylaxis and treatment for COVID-19, based on published information and linked in a Twitter post. Twitter has since marked it as "potentially spammy or unsafe."

                Todaro did not respond to multiple requests for comment from MedPage Today.

                Bob Hamilton, MD

                Hamilton, a pediatrician and schools liaison with America's Frontline Doctors, has been practicing in Santa Monica, California -- home to his private practice, Pacific Ocean Pediatrics -- for more than 30 years. He has hospital privileges at Providence-St. John's Health Center and UCLA-Santa Monica Medical Center.

                His practice is involved with Lighthouse Medical Missions, which organizes faith-based medical service trips in developing countries. Hamilton also founded a company that sells bath and body products for babies, and authored a 2018 resource guide called 7 Secrets of the Newborn.

                The pediatrician became an internet sensation when he created "The Hamilton Hold," a four-step technique to quiet crying babies instantly. His technique attracted global media attention, and has been viewed more than 44 million times on YouTube.

                Hamilton has advocated for getting children back in schools this fall. "Our kids are not really the ones who are driving the infection, it is the older individuals," Hamilton said at the Monday press conference. "We need to not act out of fear, we need to act out of science."

                He did not respond to requests for comment from MedPage Today.

                Dan Erickson, MD

                Erickson is the co-owner of Accelerated Urgent Care in Bakersfield, California. He is a former emergency physician, according to reports, who was featured on national television in late April after he claimed data his center had collected showed that COVID was more widespread and less harmful than reported in medical journals.

                The American College of Emergency Physicians and American Academy of Emergency Medicine issued a joint statement condemning Erickson's claims, calling them "reckless and untested musings" that are "inconsistent with current science and epidemiology regarding COVID-19."

                Erickson could not be reached for comment Tuesday afternoon. He is affiliated with Adventist Health Bakersfield, according to a report. Adventist Bakersfield did not return a call Tuesday.

                A physician's license record for Erickson could not be found in the Medical Board of California database.

                Richard Urso, MD

                Urso is an ophthalmologist at Houston Eye Associates in Bellaire, Texas, who has been touting HCQ for COVID-19. He told Fox News host Laura Ingraham earlier this month that he has been working with the drug for 30 years and has never had a patient with a heart issue.

                He also said during that interview that HCQ was "safer than Tylenol, aspirin, Motrin."

                Urso has one ding on his Texas medical license: In 2003, he paid a $1,500 fine to resolve allegations that he didn't provide a narrative of medical records to an attorney for a patient's personal injury lawsuit.

                Cheryl Clark contributed reporting for this story.

                Last Updated July 29, 2020

                Comment


                • #9
                  Fact-checking a video of doctors talking about coronavirus, hydroxychloroquine

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    In Viral Video, Doctor Falsely Touts Hydroxychloroquine as COVID-19 ‘Cure’

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      https://heavy.com/news/2020/07/dr-simone-gold/

                      On Facebook, Gold’s visible political posts revolve around support for Israel.

                      On Facebook, Gold shared a photo that included Democratic Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib and wrote, “Antisemite Linda Sarsour with some of the antisemites (Congresswomen) of the Democrat Party.”

                      In 2016, she wrote, “Start here. First, name the one country in the Middle East where Arabs are free. Second, see if you can even find Israel on the below picture of the Middle East, drawn to scale. Third, consider that this tiny desert country not only has become the world leader in several areas including water technology – the most important technology of all – Israel GIVES AWAY WATER TO THE PALESTINIANS. Israel is the solution to the problems in the Middle East.”

                      Other posts chronicle her travels to Israel.

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/ameri...tline-doctors/

                        Overall, we rate America’s Frontline Doctors a quackery level pseudoscience website based on the promotion of false or misleading information regarding Coronavirus that does not align with the consensus of science. We also rate them Low for factual reporting due to a lack of transparency as well as using known pseudoscience sources to draw their conclusions. (D. Van Zandt 7/28/2020)

                        Comment


                        • #13
                          Ridiculous appeal to authority with exactly zero evidence.

                          Samen tactic flat earthers, creationists, homeopaths and other non-medicine pushers, and conspiracy nits feast on.

                          No surprise the usual suspects gobbling it down.

                          There is one, and only one thing that matters: evidence.
                          Last edited by Fedaykin; 07-29-2020, 10:52 AM.

                          Comment


                          • #14
                            Originally posted by B-Large View Post
                            This has the vague scent of a conspiracy theory. no thanks.
                            Russia

                            Comment


                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Fedaykin View Post
                              Ridiculous appeal to authority with exactly zero evidence.

                              Samen tactic flat earthers, creationists, homeopaths and other non-medicine pushers, and conspiracy nits feast on.

                              No surprise the usual suspects gobbling it down.

                              There is one, and only one thing that matters: evidence.
                              So if there is contrary qualifies opinions just mute them? What lengths are you willing to go to ensure you are right. Nazi? Looks like it.

                              Comment

                              Working...
                              X