Michael Eades is a terrific follow.
2022-12-08. Emphasis added.
...I haven’t read all of the new books out, but of the ones I have read, the one by Dr. Peter McCullough and John Leake is by far the best. I read it almost at a sitting.
The Courage to Face Covid-19 @AMAZON is both infuriating and intensely sad. The subtitle says it all: Preventing Hospitalization and Death While Battling the Bio-Pharmaceutical Complex. The book reads like a thriller, which is no accident since the writer, John Leake, is a true-crime reporter. It is the story of Dr. Peter McCulloughs transformation from staid, mainstream physician and researcher with hundreds of papers to his name to a renegade in the war against Covid.
At the start of the pandemic, Dr. McCullough was the Vice Chief of Internal Medicine and Program Director of Cardiology at the Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. Along with being board-certified in both internal medicine and cardiology, he was a Professor of Medicine at Texas A&M University, President of the Cardiorenal Society of America, and the Editor-in-Chief or Senior Associate Editor of three major academic journals. In addition to his academic credentials, he had authored or co-authored over 600 peer-reviewed journal articles.
Despite the constant harangues and backlash from the press, Fauci, and others, Trump pressed on and ordered HHS to immediately make available 29 million doses of the drug they had on hand to pharmacies nationwide. Then one weaselly little twerp named Rick Bright overrode Trump’s order and prevented the drug’s release. Here he is on video discussing his treachery.
I encourage you to watch this video to see someone who singlehandedly prevented the distribution of a treatment that might have helped millions, many of whom may have died as a result. He weaseled it around in a manner he admits he is very proud of so that the drugs could be used only in hospitalized patients, which would severely limit their use. Which is insane, because the drugs were to be used early on to keep Covid patients out of the hospital. Once the infection is well entrenched, the drug will be far less effective. When you see his smarmy countenance you will be absolutely incensed to think of all the people his decision might have killed.
The above is just the tip of the iceberg. The entire book is about Dr. McCullough’s awakening to what was going on. And his sacrifice of his job, all his titles, and even his medical credentials to fight against this idiocy. It is a real page turner. You will not be disappointed. But you will be infuriated to think of all the people who died unnecessarily and without their families at their bedsides or their gravesides.
WIND: I hardly recognize my country.