Marinos cited the dozens of statistical anomalies he uncovered in the study, while Harper discussed the communications strategy deployed to make headlines even before the results were published.
Without any hesitancy, Dr. Pierre Kory called the TOGETHER Trial a “fraud”, and brought to light the disinformation tactics frequently deployed by Big Pharma which are indicated in the analysis of this trial. A MUST WATCH.
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Follow Phil Harper (aka “The Digger) on Twitter. The Digger is also on Substack.
Harper and Marinos continued the conversation on a recent episode of The Digger podcast, which you should hurry and subscribe to if you haven’t already done so.
On this podcast, Dr. Paul Marik—the most highly published critical care physician in the United States—rails against bullying and efforts to intimidate doctors into therapeutic nihilism for acute illness in order to promote the mandated mass program with no regard for safety/efficacy.
Though recent headlines on the TOGETHER Trial trumpeted that ivermectin does NOT work for COVID-19, numerous clinicians (including Marik) see the TOGETHER trial as a small, under-powered, poorly administered, low dose, short course, conflicted study. Though the results themselves tended to FAVOR ivermectin—the therapeutic that has saved hundreds of thousands across the world—Dr. Marik sees past the glaringly false declarations in the headlines and exposes them for the deceptions they impart.
Also this week, Dr. Pierre Kory joined Newsmax’s Eric Bolling and colleagues Dr. Peter McCullough and Dr. Robert Malone for a discussion centered on mask mandates, the case of a pilot who had a heart attack after being vaccinated, and whether COVID is now endemic. Watch it HERE.
Each month, we celebrate a member of the FLCCC Nurse’s Alliance, a group of talented and dedicated healthcare pros who go above and beyond for their patients! This month, it’s hats off to Melissa Alfieri!
Donna Lowery, a nurse and 31-year employee of Parrish Medical Center, was fired for suggesting that a patient receive ivermectin. Now the hospital is urging the state of Florida to revoke her license. HERE is that story. (Don’t miss the old-school FLCCC t-shirts both women are wearing in this photo!)