In previous articles about Covid 19, I have used Shakespeare’s “Something Wicked This Way Comes” – a line from Macbeth.
And right now it’s all I have.
I’m going to say something that some readers may not like, but this must be asked. Why did President Trump take the HCQ but not fight for us, the people, to have the same privilege? That question needs to be answered.
I called our pharmacist today to see if he prescribed HCQ and Azithromycin if it was prescribed by a physician. He said yes and that he had plenty on hand. I read that some pharmacists will not honor a script for HCQ.
I called my doctor who is affiliated with Johns Hopkins Hospital. The answer was a resounding “NO” not for any reason would he prescribe that. I got the feeling that those orders came down from the powers that be at Hopkins.
Don’t forget that Hopkins has been tight with Gates and Fauci since Event 201. Also, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation was bought by Bill for $20 million a decade ago at Johns Hopkins. They have their own wing. These people are networked.
SAN SALVADOR — Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele said on Tuesday he takes hydroxychloroquine, an antimalarial drug that U.S. President Donald Trump has promoted as a way to ward off the novel coronavirus, though experts have warned about its safety.
Bukele told reporters that El Salvador was not promoting it anymore as a treatment, following the recommendation of the World Health Organization, though patients would still be able to take it as a preventative measure if they wished.
“I use it as a prophylaxis, President Trump uses it as a prophylaxis, most of the world’s leaders use it as a prophylaxis,” Bukele said.
On Wednesday, in a follow-up tweet, he said:
“Does it work? I don’t know. But we have been advised to take it. While the rest of the world is being advised not to. Why? That’s a question worth asking. Isn’t it?”
Bukele’s forceful response to the coronavirus, including moving to extend a national state of emergency without congressional approval, has prompted criticism that the 38-year-old has shown authoritarian tendencies and exceeded his powers.
Speaking at an event with Bukele, the U.S. ambassador to El Salvador, Ronald Johnson, suggested that he approved of the leader’s handling of the pandemic.
“I believe that in crisis situations, oftentimes people must give up a little bit of their freedoms in order to favor the rights and freedoms of the majority and of the whole,” he said.
“This is only a temporary moment.” source
President Bukele said:
“But we have been advised to take it. While the rest of the world is being advised not to. Why? That’s a question worth asking. Isn’t it?”
Yes, that is definitely a question that is worth asking.