A recent study suggests that former President Donald Trump was probably correct about hydroxychloroquine.
Weight-adjusted hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin improved the survival of patients infected with the coronavirus and requiring intermittent mandatory ventilation by nearly 200 percent, according to an observational study published on MedRxiv that surveyed 255 patients infected with the coronavirus and requiring intermittent mandatory ventilation.
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“In most Covid investigations, days of therapy, cumulative dose, or weight-adjusted dosing were not taken into account. Patients had a survival rate 2.9 times that of other patients when the combined doses of two medications, HCQ and AZM, were over a specified level, according to the study.
During the pandemic, Trump advocated for the use of hydroxychloroquine as a COVID-19 therapy.
On the 31st of May, The study is still a preprint, which means it hasn’t been peer-reviewed yet.
As a result, according to The Western Journal’s expert medical writer Omar L. Hamada, MD, the findings of this study are quite promising.
“We are beginning to see a clearer picture as more unfiltered evidence on the origins, prevalence, illness progression, and therapy of COVID emerges,” Hamada added.
“One that is more akin to original suspicions based on true science rather than one produced and twisted by a government and media focused on manipulating and destroying the economy and society through a fear-based agenda.”
After being diagnosed with COVID, the former president even took a two-week course of anti-malarial medicine.
And, of course, if Trump likes something, everyone on the left has to despise it with a vengeance.
Democrats, progressives, and left-leaning news personalities attacked Trump, stating that his faith in hydroxychloroquine was based on a hoax.
For example, CNN’s Brian Stelter chastised both Trump and Fox News in April 2020 for hyping research that appeared to indicate the drug’s usefulness.
“You know, this network, these stars, they think they’re supporting the president, but when they push these narratives, they’re actually hurting him,” Stelter added.
“And, in the end, they’re deceiving their audiences, which is why it’s so concerning. Why should we believe a Fox News host or a president should be endorsing a drug? It’s ludicrous.”
Throughout the pandemic, it has become evident that, despite what they claim, the left is uninterested in science.
Rather, they would prefer to cherry-pick scientific data that match their ideological beliefs.
When science contradicts their beliefs — or just shows Donald Trump correct — then it’s a hoax.