Social media banned multiple doctors for openly talking about a possible Coronavirus cure. And now, Vice President Mike Pence is conducting his own investigation.
According to The Hill, Vice President Mike Pence called an emergency meeting with multiple doctors after their online group was banned by social media for promoting the drug called hydroxychloroquine as being a possible Coronavirus treatment. The doctors had reportedly used the drug with their patients and had good results, and Pence reportedly met with them to talk about their studies and internet censorship.
Pence Meets With Banned Doctor Group
The report confirms that Vice President Mike Pence met with doctors from the viral Coronavirus video that has been deleted by social media platforms. He is reportedly working with them to discuss censorship and find solutions with them.
President Trump retweeted the group’s hydroxychloroquine video before it was removed.
UPDATE: We have just met with Vice President Mike Pence to request the administration’s assistance in empowering doctors to prescribe hydroxychloroquine without political obstruction.
We also discussed the recent censorship of doctors on social media platforms.#WhiteCoatSummit
— Dr. Simone Gold (@drsimonegold) July 28, 2020
Another doctor from the meeting confirmed that Pence wanted to help give medicine “back to doctors”:
Just finished a great meeting with Vice President Mike Pence and his Chief of Staff.
We are doing everything to restore the power of medicine back to doctors.
Doctors everywhere should be able to prescribe Hydroxychloroquine without repercussions or obstruction.
— James Todaro, MD (@JamesTodaroMD) July 28, 2020
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