Dr. Vladimir Zelenko
I can't help but wonder if the new friendliness toward hydroxyclorine on Facebook has to do with the Front Line Doctors video that quickly went viral (15 million views on Facebook) on July 27 and then was taken down by Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. In the video, one of the Front line doctors said she gives her patients hydroxychloroquine, zinc and azithromycin, and it works and can save America. Dr. Zelenko had said the same, but he was not mentioned by the Front Line Doctors.
Excerpts from that July 28 Epoch Times article:
Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube removed videos of a press conference on July 27 held by a group of doctors, citing violation of their policies. Members of the group, called “America’s Frontline Doctors,” had spoken in support of the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine in treating and preventing COVID-19, and alleged that there’s widespread misinformation about the drug.Perhaps people wondered what was so awful in the Front Line Doctors video that caused those three media giants to censor the video in the homeland of free speech and free press?
In my Facebook timeline this morning, my comments are last. Dr. Zelenko's letter describing his cure and how it came about and was tested on his own patients is at the bottom of my comments.