By Robert Willmann
Today, 28 July, a story popped up that some doctors had a little press event about the SARS-CoV-2 virus in front of the Supreme Court building yesterday in Washington D.C., introduced by Congressman Ralph Norman (Repub., South Carolina), but now the Internet websites called Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have removed the video. The "main stream media" did not seem to be there. By the time Facebook censored the video, it had received over 17 million views. A group of medical doctors called America's Frontline Doctors participated in the event, and had a conference scheduled for yesterday that would end today. The Tea Party Patriots organization helped to sponsor the events.
Dr. Simone Gold organized the doctors. She received a medical degree in 1989 from Rosalind Franklin University, the Chicago Medical School, and has a law degree, but she does not appear to have a law license in California. She practices emergency medicine in Los Angeles, California. The little event had been on the vimeo.com video website earlier today, but then was removed . The America's Frontline Doctors website was available this morning, but after a while today it said: "Website Expired. This account has expired. If you are the site owner, click below to login" .
Dr. Gold said that hydroxychloroquine can be purchased over the counter in Indonesia and Iran!
The breitbart.com website has its its own video, which is still available, and it is about 44 minutes long. During the event, a study from 2005 on chloroquine was mentioned, which is entited, "Chloroquine is a potent inhibitor of SARS coronavirus infection and spread". SARS is said to be a worse virus than SARS-CoV-2. The study is on the National Insitututes of Health website–
The program the group had scheduled for yesterday and today included presentations indoors. Two of them as videos were on the YouTube section for the Tea Party Patriots earlier this afternoon, but one is now gone: "This video has been removed for violating YouTube's community guidelines" . The remaining one is about 3 hours, 11 minutes, and the audio is out until 4 minutes, 53 seconds into the video. It was still available as of 5:52 p.m., central time–
This morning, the CNN network followed the censorship with its own misdirection, starting out by saying: "A video featuring a group of doctors making false and dubious claims related to the coronavirus was removed by Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube after going viral online Monday" .
One of the doctors appearing with the group is Dan Erickson from California, who went public on 22 April 2020 with the position that shutdowns were not justified–
The dosages for hydroxychloroquine for preventive or prophylactic use are said to be small, and would not even be taken on a daily basis.
When looking at the use of hydroxychloroquine, there is a fairly uncommon health condition called Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency that needs to be taken into consideration and evaluated before hydroxychloroquine is used for COVID-19. It relates to a genetic condition –
"This defect occurs in about 10% of black males and in less than 10% of black females in the US and in lower frequencies among people with ancestors from the Mediterranean basin (eg, Italians, Greeks, Arabs, Sephardic Jews)".
The G6PD condition can lead to "hemolytic anemia", which indicates fewer red blood cells. The red blood cells carry oxygen throughout the body. The hemolytic anemia can be triggered by some infections, or drugs (including hydroxychloroqine), or by eating fava beans or inhaling pollen from fava plants .
Science involves ongoing, open discussions, and not censorship.
 The video of the event at the Supreme Court building at this website location was removed.
 The Internet url address of America's Frontline Doctors.
 The video removed was about 2 hours, 57 minutes long.