In a recent appearance with Joe Rogan, Dr. Peter McCullough explained that from the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, there was a concerted effort to instill fear and conceal a protocol for early treatment of the disease in order to justify lockdowns and vaccines.
McCullough, former vice chief of internal medicine at Baylor University Medical Center and professor at Texas A&M University is one of the most widely cited authors of research in his field - and testified before the US Senate in Nov. 2020. Since coming out against the official pandemic response, McCullough has come under intense scrutiny from the left for spreading 'medical misinformation' about the pandemic.
He's also shed light on vaccine-related cardiac events in a recent paper co-authored with Dr. Jessica Rose, a virologist and epidemiologist in Canada reviewing data in the US Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, which he discusses here.
Before we get to the Rogan interview, watch McCullough's March 2021 testimony before the Texas Senate Committee on Health & Human Services to understand more about his position:
Which brings us to McCullough's time with Joe Rogan - where he said that there has been a worldwide effort to suppress early Covid-19 treatments.
"It seems to me, early on, there was an intentional, very comprehensive, suppression of early treatment in order to promote fear, suffering, isolation, hospitalization and death," he said. "And it was completely organized and intentional in order to create acceptance for, and then promote mass vaccination."
"In the U.S. only about 500 doctors really understand what’s going on … and there’s about a million," he added.
Read more about McCulough here.