Bret Weinstein, host of The DarkHorse Podcast, breaks the story of a courageous whistleblower — world-renowned scientist and physician Dr. G. Umberto Meduri.
For the first time, Dr. Meduri—along with Dr. Paul Marik, both co-founders of the FLCCC— reveal in detail the worldwide catastrophic and unnecessary loss of human life that took place from 2002-2020 as a result of the illegal destruction of Dr. Meduri’s Memphis Lung Research Program in 2002.
You can watch the podcast HERE.



“During COVID, many of us were shocked to discover Pharma interfering with the relationship between doctors and patients, not only pushing profitable drugs with dubious utility, but actively blocking the use of cheap effective therapies even where their use would be the decisive factor in preserving a patient’s life. What most of us did not realize was that this toxic greed and shocking indifference to causing death was not in any way new with Pharma. It had nothing to do with COVID. In fact, it stretched back decades. 

The pattern of blocking effective, safe, generic medications is clearly evident in the story of Dr. G. Umberto Meduri, an excellent physician and researcher who made a remarkable discovery about inflammation of the lung, and a safe and effective treatment with the potential to save hundreds of thousands, possibly millions of lives annually across the globe. The one problem: the drug in question was out of patent. Instead of receiving a Nobel Prize, Dr. Meduri had his career destroyed, and his reputation ruined with pure propaganda.

This story, told for the first time here on The DarkHorse Podcast reveals the full depth of the capture of science and medicine, and allows us to see exactly how our response to COVID ended up the exact opposite of good science and medicine.”



“The university and federal research and regulatory agencies’ actions have greatly affected public health related to Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) and viral pandemics. The evidence proves that their actions and inactions have resulted in the unnecessary suffering and death of hundreds of thousands of patients. 

Their families call for justice.

The early implementation of corticosteroid treatment for COVID-19-associated ARDS could have mitigated the catastrophic loss of lives and the recent global economic collapse. What happened at the university and federal regulatory agencies has had global repercussions.

Only an investigation can lead to reforming the responsible institutions and prevent anything like this from occurring again.”