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Imperial County Covid story banned by Twitter and YouTube

Drs. George Fareed of Brawley, Brian Tyson of El Centro treated 7,000 patients

Dr. Fareed at U.S. Senate: “The goal is to treat early. Covid patients are difficult to treat when they get very sick…"
Dr. Fareed at U.S. Senate: “The goal is to treat early. Covid patients are difficult to treat when they get very sick…"

On January 7 Dr. George Fareed of Brawley and Dr. Brian Tyson of El Centro published Overcoming the Covid Darkness, their story of treating 7,000 Covid patients in the Imperial Valley since April 2020.

What makes their story unique is an early treatment protocol they’ve advocated since the SARS-COV-2 pandemic began and their claim to have a 100 percent survival rate with it. Even when counting their patients who received late treatment (after five-seven days of infection,) of which three died, their protocol still has a death rate 54 times less than the average in Imperial County, according to statistics published in The Desert Review, a weekly newspaper in the Imperial Valley.

Dr Tyson: “Dr. Fauci is notorious for discounting treatments that work in favor of things that make money…"

Last year The Desert Review published the doctors’ early treatment plan, which is similar to the I-MASK+ protocol of the “Front Line Covid Critical Care” network of doctors. Aspirin, monoclonal antibodies, and steroids are on their list, as are the controversial drugs Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine. They recommend Zinc, Vitamin C and Quercetin as a prophylaxis.

"The timing of the drug is when the virus is in a very active maximal replication phase in the upper respiratory tract...."

In November 2020 Dr. Fareed testified in a U.S. Senate hearing and said, “The goal is to treat early. Covid patients are difficult to treat when they get very sick… The timing of the drug is when the virus is in a very active maximal replication phase in the upper respiratory tract and our goal is to prevent it from entering the lower respiratory tract and prevent hospitalization.”

Dr. Robert Malone told [Joe] Rogan he worked at San Diego’s Salk Institute in the late 1980s as a UCSD graduate student and there made discoveries that form “the basis of the RNA technology platform...."

In December 2021 Drs. Fareed and Tyson spoke to the Imperial County Board of Supervisors about their protocol. One supervisor said they received pressure to cancel the doctors’ appearance, and another asked why their protocol hasn’t received wide acceptance.

Dr Tyson said, “Dr. Fauci is notorious for discounting treatments that work in favor of things that make money…This conversation is starting to be more widely accepted. Our Global Covid Alliance is having more seminars all over the nation. We’re going to have one here in San Diego in March.”

That alliance of 16,000 physicians and scientists is led by Dr. Robert Malone, who appeared on “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast #1757 on December 30. Malone told Rogan in the late 1980s he worked at San Diego’s Salk Institute as a UCSD graduate student and there made discoveries that form “the basis of the RNA technology platform that gives rise to these [mRNA Covid] vaccines.”

Malone credited Drs. Fareed and Tyson with saving the lives of thousands of Mexican immigrants and echoed Tyson’s opinion that financial profit is one motive behind the information war against their treatments. “There’s been a half-million excess [Covid] deaths through intentional blockade of early treatment by the U.S. government,” he said.

Dr. Malone and Dr. Tyson have been banned from Twitter. Rogan uploaded a video clip from his podcast to YouTube, in which Dr. Malone diagnosed much of American society and the world with “mass formation psychosis,” one symptom of which is the censorship and destruction of any dissent or counternarrative. YouTube responded by removing the video.

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Dr. Fareed at U.S. Senate: “The goal is to treat early. Covid patients are difficult to treat when they get very sick…"
Dr. Fareed at U.S. Senate: “The goal is to treat early. Covid patients are difficult to treat when they get very sick…"

On January 7 Dr. George Fareed of Brawley and Dr. Brian Tyson of El Centro published Overcoming the Covid Darkness, their story of treating 7,000 Covid patients in the Imperial Valley since April 2020.

What makes their story unique is an early treatment protocol they’ve advocated since the SARS-COV-2 pandemic began and their claim to have a 100 percent survival rate with it. Even when counting their patients who received late treatment (after five-seven days of infection,) of which three died, their protocol still has a death rate 54 times less than the average in Imperial County, according to statistics published in The Desert Review, a weekly newspaper in the Imperial Valley.

Dr Tyson: “Dr. Fauci is notorious for discounting treatments that work in favor of things that make money…"

Last year The Desert Review published the doctors’ early treatment plan, which is similar to the I-MASK+ protocol of the “Front Line Covid Critical Care” network of doctors. Aspirin, monoclonal antibodies, and steroids are on their list, as are the controversial drugs Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine. They recommend Zinc, Vitamin C and Quercetin as a prophylaxis.

"The timing of the drug is when the virus is in a very active maximal replication phase in the upper respiratory tract...."

In November 2020 Dr. Fareed testified in a U.S. Senate hearing and said, “The goal is to treat early. Covid patients are difficult to treat when they get very sick… The timing of the drug is when the virus is in a very active maximal replication phase in the upper respiratory tract and our goal is to prevent it from entering the lower respiratory tract and prevent hospitalization.”

Dr. Robert Malone told [Joe] Rogan he worked at San Diego’s Salk Institute in the late 1980s as a UCSD graduate student and there made discoveries that form “the basis of the RNA technology platform...."

In December 2021 Drs. Fareed and Tyson spoke to the Imperial County Board of Supervisors about their protocol. One supervisor said they received pressure to cancel the doctors’ appearance, and another asked why their protocol hasn’t received wide acceptance.

Dr Tyson said, “Dr. Fauci is notorious for discounting treatments that work in favor of things that make money…This conversation is starting to be more widely accepted. Our Global Covid Alliance is having more seminars all over the nation. We’re going to have one here in San Diego in March.”

That alliance of 16,000 physicians and scientists is led by Dr. Robert Malone, who appeared on “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast #1757 on December 30. Malone told Rogan in the late 1980s he worked at San Diego’s Salk Institute as a UCSD graduate student and there made discoveries that form “the basis of the RNA technology platform that gives rise to these [mRNA Covid] vaccines.”

Malone credited Drs. Fareed and Tyson with saving the lives of thousands of Mexican immigrants and echoed Tyson’s opinion that financial profit is one motive behind the information war against their treatments. “There’s been a half-million excess [Covid] deaths through intentional blockade of early treatment by the U.S. government,” he said.

Dr. Malone and Dr. Tyson have been banned from Twitter. Rogan uploaded a video clip from his podcast to YouTube, in which Dr. Malone diagnosed much of American society and the world with “mass formation psychosis,” one symptom of which is the censorship and destruction of any dissent or counternarrative. YouTube responded by removing the video.

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Both of those sites are loaded down with 'bots and anything "controversial" is tagged and looked at by a human.....who probably deletes it anyway. I have heard of similar treatment methods being done in India and very little of it seems to have hit "social media", probably thanks to the 'bots.

Jan. 20, 2022

Facebook kicked me off their platform recently, falsely accusing me of being a fake person. They probably don't like the articles I've written. I was already planning on deleting my Facebook profile anyway.

Jan. 20, 2022

Interesting and controversial. Excellent reviews (5 star).

A friend of mine was recently banned from Facebook for using a "fake name." She was using her real name. She has an uncommon surname. Facebook is really cracking down, and she understood that Facebook is free, and she's not a paying customer. She was annoyed by their incorrect assumption, and rightfully so.

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