Contact: Ben Voelkel

WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) joined ‘Fox and Friends’ Thursday to discuss the censorship of medical viewpoints on early-stage COVID treatments from government health agencies and the media.

Excerpts from the interview are below and video of the interview can be found here.

“The lead witness in my first hearing has been fired by his institution because he testified, basically. Doctor Kory is being ostracized and vilified. This makes no sense whatsoever. Our health agencies have failed us in not spending all kinds of money and time and effort at exploring repurposed cheap generic drugs.” 

“You have these frontline doctors that are risking their lives, having the courage and compassion to actually treat patients, versus the NIH guidelines, which basically say go home, isolate yourself, be afraid, do nothing until you get sick enough and then we’ll try to save your life in the hospital. It makes no sense whatsoever. This is bizarre what is happening in our health agencies and as I wrote in my piece, it is a dark chapter in American medicine as well as American journalism.”

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