by Sharon Rondeau
(Nov. 2, 2021) — In an October 27, 2021 presentation given in Phoenix, AZ, Dr. Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH told his audience that he received a call from the White House “last year” about early, ambulatory treatment of COVID-19.
When he assured the caller that the virus could be successfully treated outside of a hospital setting, McCullough said, he or she expressed surprise.
A paper in which McCullough was the primary author of a paper advocating early outpatient treatment of a total of 650 peer-reviewed works which he said “have been downloaded and utilized millions and millions and millions of times in the world,” he said during the lecture (1:03:58).
“I knew I was on to something because when the American Journal of Medicine hit, one of the first calls I got was from the White House last year,” McCullough said.
Following that, he said, “the U.S. Senate” called, “and then one thing led to another.”
McCullough is reportedly not alone in having received a call from the White House when Donald Trump was in office. Dr. Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko, who McCullough lauded as a successful early-treatment advocate, also reported having received a call from President Trump, after which Zelenko said he treated him prophylactically with hydroxychloroquine.
Following Trump’s promotion of the drug, which is FDA-approved for treatment of Lucas and malaria, the media and Big Tech giants demonized not only the treatment method, but Trump himself for having taken it without showing “symptoms.”
McCullough is one of what he says is approximately 500 U.S. physicians who have declared mass vaccination against the virus to be ineffective and harmful given the risks. The physicians, among them members of America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS) and the Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC), have said for more than a year that early treatment should have been the mainstay of the U.S. response to the pandemic declared in early 2020.
“Early treatment,” McCullough said, “focuses on who’s sick.”
His comments came after he spent approximately an hour detailing the documented side effects of the available COVID-19 “vaccines,” which include blood clots, Guillain-Barre syndrome, myocarditis, and the emergence of the “Delta” variant, which McCullough said has defied the injections’ capability to inhibit the virus.
“There was a bunch of brave doctors who could treat COVID-19, and they did it. These are the heroes,” he said.
“There will never be a single drug to treat COVID-19…if we use drugs in combination, we can actually come up with a program that works,” he said, including monoclonal antibody treatment.
“Let’s start really, really leaning on our healthcare administrators,” he said.
Just over one year ago, Trump was diagnosed with coronavirus and hospitalized after his oxygen level reportedly fell markedly. He received monoclonal antibodies and other treatments, it was reported, and recovered within two weeks.
Despite his early embracing of outpatient treatment, over the summer of 2020 Trump turned his attention to the development of vaccines under his “Operation Warp Speed,” which eventually saw Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson produce a type of vaccine not previously used or approved by government regulators.
Despite his having recovered from the virus, Trump claims he received a Pfizer vaccine and continues to promote them as effective. On Saturday night’s “Justice with Judge Jeanine,” he told host Jeanine Pirro that the vaccines unequivocally “work.”
Some have questioned why Trump does not appear to be aware of the hundreds of thousands of adverse events reported in the VAERS database, which originate mostly from physicians, according to McCullough. McCullough has previously described the questioning he receives from the CDC after submitting a VAERS report under threat of perjury for false reporting.
According to the book, “COVID-19 and the Global Predators: We Are the Prey,” by Dr. Peter Breggin and Ginger Ross Breggin, the coronavirus vaccines were under development and patent long before the arrival of the virus in the United States in early 2020. In the book, Breggin and his wife wrote that profits are the motive behind the abandoning of all traditional medical approaches to the virus, promotion of the single-solution vaccines, and silencing of all opposition and adverse reactions.
Along with Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet, McCullough and Zelenko wrote introductions to the book, which is experiencing unexpectedly high sales, according to Breggin in recent interviews he has conducted.
Physicians frequently say “there’s no treatment for COVID-19,” McCullough continued, infuriating patients. “It’s unethical; it’s immoral, and from a clinical legal perspective, it’s illegal…that’s actually failure to treat…” he said.
Monoclonal antibodies are approved by the FDA under an Emergency Use Authorization, McCullough said, and should be made available to patients over 50.
He has been the object of “a lot of vitriol” in letters from other physicians, McCullough said, who wanted to see five-year clinical trials to prove therapeutics work.
“Join me in overcoming your fear to treat COVID-19. Join me in overcoming therapeutic nihilism, and let’s start taking care of patients compassionately,” McCullough suggested were his responses to the letters.
He was terminated from both of his professorships, he said, early this year, apparently in retaliation for his having treated COVID-19 patients.
On Saturday, McCullough plans to participate in a COVID-19 summit in Ocala, FL. “This unique event will provide an opportunity to exchange ideas about the science, prevention and treatment of Covid,” the event page states. “We will provide ample time for audience participation and hope to connect physicians and health care professionals from across the state of Florida, for the sake of our patients.”
The “vaccine” is “clinically not indicated,” he said, by those who were previously infected, and offers “only an opportunity for harm.”
Medical, social and economic “freedom” are connected, he demonstrated through the use of a graphic (1:15:00), and at present are tied by many U.S. employers to “the end of a hypodermic needle.”
By relating a “vignette,” McCullough suggested a threat to file suit against an employer refusing to observe an exemption request could quickly resolve a vaccine mandate.
McCullough has been threatened with the loss of his medical license, he reported in an earlier lecture.
“Corruption” is at the heart of medical censorship and “misinformation,” he said (1:21:25).
He and others favoring early treatment are being “hunted,” he said, “because we have the truth.”
Update, 6:45 p.m. EDT: The Post & Email received a response to its inquiry to the organizers of the COVID-19 summit regarding live-streaming. According to their representative, live-streaming is currently being arranged for the event and that details will follow.