A few tweets about Hydroxychloroquine: May those who blocked it be brought to face justice

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

3 Replies to “A few tweets about Hydroxychloroquine: May those who blocked it be brought to face justice”

  1. The widespread use of Hydroxychloroquine for the Wuhan virus, was prevented from use due to rigorous medical protocols in place. And I had also read that like the empty shelves caused by stockpiling and reselling at inflated prices of toilet rolls, this medication would have become unavailable to people with malaria.

    “Malaria causes more than three hundred million acute illnesses and kills at least one million people every year.”
    https://www.unicef.org/media/media_7701.html#:~:text=Malaria%20causes%20more%20than%20three,under%20the%20age%20of%20five.

    “May those who blocked it be brought to face justice,” is always correct, but this statement may only be an applause of gratitude.

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