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BREAKING: COVID Doctor Sounds The Alarm; Blasts Fake News, Challenges Cuomo To Take Urine Test


On Monday, doctors on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic spoke out from the "White Coat Summit" in Washington DC against the Fake News media for their false reporting when it relates to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Dr. Stella Immanuel specifically called out the media for their negative reporting when it came to Trump-touted Hydroxychloroquine, as she explained that she had treated over 350 patients with Hydroxychloroquine, Zinc, and Zithromax. Every single patient recovered.


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She also revealed that her and everyone else on her staff was using Hydroxychloroquine to prevent the coronavirus, just like President Trump.

The doctor wasn't finished. She even challenged CNN host Chris Cuomo and Dr. Anthony Fauci to take a urine test to prove that they are not taking Hydroxychloroquine.

While targeting CNN host Chris Cuomo, Immanuel explained, "I know he took Hydroxychloroquine, do you know why? He kept saying that he was having nightmares. I knew took some form of Hydroxychloroquine."

"I dare everyone in DC, all you talking heads on CNN, give me a urine sample," she added.

"You Senators, all of them! You know why they aren't wearing masks? Because they are all taking Hydroxychloroquine."

She later added: “Americans don’t have to die! America, there is a cure for COVID!” she said. “You don’t need a mask! There is a cure!”

WATCH:

Dr. Anthony Fauci has been one of the largest COVID "alarmist" in recent months. During his exclusive interview with Fox News host Chris Wallace on Sunday, President Trump said he still has a good relationship with Fauci even though he has made many mistakes when it comes to the coronavirus in the past.

“Dr. Fauci’s made some mistakes, but I have a very good — I spoke to him yesterday at length — I have a very good relationship with Dr. Fauci,” President Trump said. “He’s a little bit of an alarmist — that’s OK.”

During an interview with CNN host Jake Tapper on Tuesday, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony Fauci responded to President Trump's recent comment.

“Well, I mean people have their opinion about my reaction to things. I consider myself more a realist than an alarmist,” Fauci said to Tapper. “But, you know, people do have their opinions other than that. I’ve always thought of myself as a realist when it comes to this.”

Check out what the Daily Wire reported:

Trump’s comments about Fauci followed senior White House senior trade adviser Peter Navarro publicly bashing the doctor in an op-ed with USA Today, arguing that he has been “wrong about everything” he’s personally interacted with him about.

Though Trump said he has a “very good” relationship with Fauci, the disease expert was not invited to speak at the White House COVID-19 task force press conference on Tuesday.

“I was not invited,” Fauci told Tapper. “Up to this point, I’m assuming I’m not going to be there.”

Fauci made it clear during the interview that he has not spoked to President Trump or Education Secretary Betsy DeVos about re-opening schools for the fall but said that as a country, we should do everything possible to get kids back in school.

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“In general, when I think about that, I want to take a 40,000-foot look and say, as a fundamental principle, I do agree that we should try as best as we possibly can to get the children back to school,” Fauci said. “Because of the well-documented, you know, secondary downstream ripple effects that are negative on parents and on the children when you keep them out of school.”

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