America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS) spoke in Kansas City, Missouri, last week. COVID-19 is nothing to be afraid of, according to AFLDS creator Dr. Simone Gold, and there are therapies available. She was dismissed at the outset of the pandemic after speaking out in favor of the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine (HCQ).
President Donald Trump praised the drug’s effectiveness at the time, but the FDA quickly rescinded its emergency use license. “Low-dose hydroxychloroquine coupled with zinc and azithromycin proved an effective therapeutic method against COVID-19,” according to recent studies.
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Sarah Absher, a registered nurse who worked in the field for 8 years before quitting this spring to volunteer with AFLDS after witnessing what she did, was interviewed by the Epoch Times. She proclaimed her commitment to the “medical freedom battle” and provided never-before-seen evidence to back up her assertions.
She began by introducing herself, saying, “I enjoy being a nurse and shared Dr. Gold’s concerns when we witnessed what was going on.”
Absher worked till March 17 of this year to combat the pandemic. She expressed hope that things would improve after the election, but when the huge vaccine push arrived, she realized she couldn’t continue to support the mainstream narrative on COVID-19: “One of our responsibilities is to obtain informed permission. They are not providing informed consent in these vaccine experiments. They claim it’s safe for pregnant women, but they weren’t allowed to participate in the trials.”
Medical experts who speak out against the narrative have their licenses revoked and their information restricted. People do, however, hope that by speaking up, others will follow suit.