Dr. Quack-aroo on Fox again
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Started by metmike - Jan. 10, 2022, 10:50 p.m.

I totally get why people are being bamboozled on FOX and far right sources when they have these extreme  convincing sounding outlier doctors that disagree with almost all the authentic science, data and other experts. 

Does this guy know more about medicine than me?

For sure.

But not 98% of the other doctors that know more about medicine than me.

And he completely lies about the data, facts and evidence. We don't need a medical degree.........just the willingness to fact check his bs.

Tonight, he was saying that with Omicron the vaccines are immaterial and do far more harm than good with increasing side effects and deaths being caused by each vaccination and the vaccines having no affect on immunity.

Then he went on to bust/contradict himself accidentally. He described the symptoms of Omicron and mentioned that for the vaccinated, you can't even tell you have it. 

Wait a second? He had just said the vaccinations are immaterial/have no affect on Omicron.

Ahhh, you might want to check the hospitals Dr. Quack-aroo. We have a new record for people with COVID in the hospitals at the moment and most of them are still unvaccinated.



But how many people watching and listening to his complete bs will do that?

How many will...........just believe him because its on FOX?

Just trying to expose a complete fraud.............and help demonstrate  why its often  impossible to know the truth.....just the opposite.... if you rely on FOX for your news on COVID, Trump or elections. 


COVID-19 misinformation

Some of McCullough's public statements contributed to the spread of COVID-19 misinformation.[5][4]

McCullough testified before a committee of the Texas Senate in March 2021, posted to YouTube by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, in which he made false claims about COVID-19 and COVID-19 vaccines, including that people under 50 years of age and survivors do not need the vaccine and that there is no evidence of asymptomatic spread of COVID-19.[25]

Posted on the Canadian online video sharing platform Rumble, McCullough gave an interview in April 2021 to The New American, the magazine of the right-wing John Birch Society, in which he advanced anti-vaccination messaging, including falsely claiming tens of thousands of fatalities attributed to the COVID-19 vaccines.[45] In May 2021, McCullough gave an interview in which he made claims about COVID-19 and COVID-19 vaccines which were "inaccurate, misleading and/or unsupported by evidence," including that survivors cannot be re-infected and so do not require vaccination and that the vaccines are dangerous.[26]

During television appearances, McCullough has contradicted public health recommendations, including when asked about the aggressive spread of COVID-19 among children, by suggesting that healthy persons under 30 had no need for a vaccine,[27][46] and when asked about the relative merits of vaccination-induced immunity versus "natural" (survivor) immunity, by disputing the necessity of vaccinations to achieve herd immunity.[

Cardiologist interviewed by Joe Rogan claims U.S. withheld early COVID-19 treatments to promote fear, push support for vaccines


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