Famed Doctor Blows Lid on Vaccine Strategy – Dr. Peter McCullough Speaks

Dr. Peter McCullough, one of the most widely-published cardio-pulmonary physician and epidemiologist in history, gave his address to the 86th annual meeting of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) on October 2 in Pittsburgh.

In his presentation Dr. McCullough steps the the response to the coronavirus pandemic and declares the current vaccine strategy to be ill-advised and ineffective, showing that early therapies and natural herd immunity seem to be the best paths to controlling COVID deaths, using a plethora of data during the one-hour and seven-minute speech

The highly respected physician also affirmed his strong disdain of current treatment of the unvaccinated in society and in healthcare as both “abhorrent and criminal,” calling such behavior, “bordering on malfeasance.”

The physician pointed to both media shaming of the unvaccinated and the refusal of some physicians not to treat the unvaccinated as examples of moral negligence, and for healthcare providers a violation of the hippocratic oath, adding “doctors should resign in shame.”

“It is the unvaccinated who have made the smart choice,” Dr. McCullough states.

McCullough shows demonstrable evidence (PDF below) using CDC’s own data how the vaccines have exacerbated sickness and most likely spawned the Delta variant, making the current vaccines even less effective than other therapies hospitals are dissuaded from using.

“The real heroes in this fight are about 500 doctors in the country who know how to treat this,” said McCullough, pointing to drugs like Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine, Zinc and other treatments as having proven themselves to be very effective at reducing morbidity from COVID for hundreds of millions of people around the world. That U.S. authorities ignore these studies, says Dr. McCullough, is “criminal,” adding a cautionary tone “from elected officials to health care agencies like the FDA, the NIH and the CDC, there will be a price to pay at some point.”





Dr. McCullough at Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) on October 2 in Pittsburgh

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