I tie in YouTube’s action with Google, its parent company, and question YouTube’s strange desire to only back the World Health Organization’s (WHO) guidelines as they related to COVID, even though the organization has been completely discredited on the worldwide stage.
Could the Press really be against the healing effects of sunlight (ultraviolet rays) in degrading coronavirus (COVID-19)? Oh yes, and in fact they are—at least most of the media I read and see is. The key is that anything that could help President Trump get re-elected—particularly if it saves lives and helps our economy rebuild—is a bad thing indeed, for them.
Some thoughts this morning after seeing President Trump’s coronavirus guidelines for getting us back on our feet. Here’s three absolutely essential elements that too often missing from the “expert” recommendations…
A number of members of the news media were openly hostile and argumentative with the President, asking “gotcha” questions, and showed no signs of interest in the amazing potential of treatments such as those that employ Hydrochloroquine, or plasma treatments.
Ever since the President announced his excitement over a possible cure for Coronavirus, the media has predictably chosen to downplay the discovery, outright discourage people from listening to the President and to scare the public.