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Source: Sky News Host: Rowan Dean

Sky News host Rowan Dean says Australian governments are “directly responsible for the deaths of Australians” whose lives could have been saved, but weren’t, because governments and bureaucrats discouraged the use of Hydroxychloroquine.

Hydroxychloroquine has been touted by many as a potential treatment to COVID-19, however acting Chief Medical Officer Professor Paul Kelly declared to the Australian people it was not effective. “The jury is now in, not out, and there is an abundance of evidence that suggests that HCQ (Hydroxychloroquine) and zinc taken early on in the correct combinations definitely saves lives,” Mr Dean said.

He said there have been countless studies from across the globe which indicate the potential success of HCQ, and also the impotence of lockdowns.

“Hydroxychloroquine saves lives. Italian lives, Saudi lives, Swiss lives, Filipino lives, American lives. So why not Australian lives, Mr Kelly?,” he said. “I’ll tell you why. Because all these clowns, these bureaucrats and politicians, are taking their advice from the Therapeutic Goods Administration, who in turn are taking their advice from some mob called the COVID-19 Taskforce, who have taken all their advice from the Recovery studies in Britain. “Which have been repeatedly questioned and even debunked. “By discouraging the use of hydroxychloroquine, by banning the drug in Victoria and criminalising its use in Queensland, Australian governments and their bureaucrats are directly responsible for the deaths of Australians.

“This is a national scandal and in time will be acknowledged as such.”








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