May 20, 2020

Is Fox News Trying To Kill The President Of The United States With Hydroxychloroquine?

Related: John Oliver Scoops Mainstream Media By Showing How Fox News Controls Trump's Words & Actions On Coronavirus

Evidence suggests Fox News is trying to kill Trump. But first, Trump says he is taking dangerous drug called hydroxychloroquine, normally used to treat extreme illness such as malaria, as a DAILY preventive measure, against all scientific/medical advice...

Trump Says He’s Taking Hydroxychloroquine: A Closer Look 

Since Trump is taking it and Fox is pushing it and we know it is dangerous to ones health from science, it only makes sense that Fox and the GOP are conspiring to kill the dumbest President everWe know Fox News practices social distancing so its not like they are putting themselves at risk, just the President and all who believe him. On the other hand, maybe this con goes deeper. As Joe Scarborough argues, Trump is not taking hydroxychloroquin and is just lying to us, which means Trump is intentionally use his influence in combination with Fox News to get the most amount of people to start taking hydrochloride, and given the medical advice surrounding that, it sounds like the President and Fox are intentionally trying to kill people together. Either way, the snake oil salesmen have all teamed up together in a way that is not just deadly, its unprecedented since the medieval age when science was seen as it is now, hocus pocus. 

The evidence that a majority of Fox News is trying to kill the President, beginning with the most damning evidence of all, 

Here is Hannity, the President's closest advisor, Bill O Reilly even called him the most powerful man in the world given the influence he has on Trump

Hannity openly tells all his listeners that hydroxychloroquine won't kill you despite medical evidence;

Media Matters: Sean Hannity says studies of hydroxychloroquine show “there is one thing you cannot conclude here: that it’s going to kill you”

Hannity pushing this drug AFTER Trump admitted to taking it PROVING he is trying to kill Trump specifically and not just randomly like the terrorists he and he coworkers are. Should attempting to kill the President at least get Hannity a lie detector test?

Hannity even went so far as to undermine any side effects to make it seem even more agreeable to take to his gullible listeners:

Media Matters: Sean Hannity claims the worst side effect of hydroxychloroquine is “an allergic rash or upset stomach”Hannity: “The risk is nil unless you have an allergic rash or upset stomach. That’s it, that’s the worst that can happen”

The promotion of this drug have been going on for a long time on Fox News:

Media Matters: Here are seven times that Fox News promoted taking hydroxychloroquine to prevent contracting COVID-19

On May 18, President Donald Trump declared he was taking hydroxychloroquine as a preventative measure against contracting the novel coronavirus. As CNN reported, the Food and Drug Administration “has warned against the use of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine to treat the novel coronavirus and said they should only be used in hospitals or clinical trials because they can kill or cause serious side effects.” 
Medical experts say there is no evidence to suggest hydroxychloroquine is an effective preventative treatment for COVID-19. Nonetheless, Fox News has repeatedly promoted the drug as a game-changing treatment for the disease, as well as touting its supposed benefits as a prophylactic. Here are seven times that Fox News promoted taking hydroxychloroquine to prevent contracting COVID-19.
Laura Ingraham claimed chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine “has strong potential as a prophylactic preventative measure against coronavirus.”
Ingraham claimed that hydroxychloroquine “can be prescribed widely as a prophylactic, a preventative against getting the virus at all.”

Sean Hannity claimed, “Some are saying, [hydroxychloroquine] would act almost like a prophylactic, protect people from getting it.”
Hannity declared that hydroxychloroquine has “prophylactic use that actually helps prevention, of contracting the disease.”
Tucker Carlson hosted a pharmaceutical executive who spoke of hydroxychloroquine’s potential as “a prophylactic agent.”
On Tucker Carlson Tonight, Fox medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel speculated that hydroxychloroquine “may be” best used “as a prevention, as a prophylactic, or early when you first start to see symptoms.”
On Fox & Friends, Dr. Mehmet Oz claimed hydroxychloroquine may “actually be a prophylactic, preventative tool.”

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Here is Laura Ingraham hard at work trying to kill the President:

Media Matters: Trump claims he recently started taking hydroxychloroquine; Laura Ingraham never stopped promoting it
On Monday afternoon, when asked about whistleblower Dr. Rick Bright during a meeting in the White House with restaurateurs, President Donald Trump suddenly claimed that he has been taking hydroxychloroquine for about 10 days.
Media Matters has extensively documented how Fox News has pushed the antimalarial drug for use to treat COVID-19, even as mounting evidence shows it to be completely ineffectual and in fact dangerous for many. In early April, Trump invited Fox News host Laura Ingraham to the White House to advise him on the matter.
While many personalities on Fox, such as Dr. Mehmet Oz, backed away from hydroxychloroquine in mid- to late April, Ingraham has continued to tout the drug in recent weeks. As part of her misleading overall coverage of the coronavirus, Ingraham has discussed hydroxychloroquine in at least 51 segments on her show from March 23 to May 6, according to Media Matters’ internal database. Since May 6, Ingraham has discussed it in four additional segments. (Right-wing Sinclair Broadcast Group also pushed a national segment about hydroxychloroquine this past Sunday.)
Here’s how Ingraham has talked about hydroxychloroquine in May 2020:
May 4: Ingraham said that “there is more than ample evidence that hydroxychloroquine saves lives. … Sometimes we have to take yes for an answer.”
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Here is Jesse Watters encouraging listeners to listen to medical advice, after Trump admitted to taking the drug, making it clear he intends to help kill the President;

Media Matters: Fox host mocks people concerned over FDA warnings on hydroxychloroquine Jesse Watters: “They're worried about FDA approval? I mean, really? You're really worried about FDA approval?”

Not everyone at Fox News appears to be specifically trying to kill Trump, but an exception proves the rule:

Fox News DID try to push back for a second on some of its lies when it realized it was putting the President at risk, SOME do see a possibility of personal liability in killing the President of the United States with false information. Killing the people with bad information still doesn't seem to matter though.

CNNTrump fires back at Fox News host After President Trump announced he was taking antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine, Fox News host Neil Cavuto had a starkly different message than his colleagues.

Another right wing propaganda outlet has also joined in on the act:

Media Matters: Downplaying risk of death, Sinclair ran a national segment promoting hydroxychloroquine as a coronavirus treament The day before Trump claimed he was taking hydroxychloroquine, Sharyl Attkisson touted the drug on Sinclair stations nationwide

On May 17, Sinclair Broadcast Group’s national Sunday news program, Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson, featured a hydroxychloroquine segment suggesting that mainstream media rejected the drug as a potential treatment because of its promotion by President Donald Trump. While the segment mentioned a French study, presumably the oft-mentioned one by French scientist Dr. Didier Raoult, it did not reference any of the problems with his widely criticized initial study, and it downplayed deaths among COVID-19 patients who took hydroxychloroquine.
A day after this report aired nationwide on Sinclair stations, Trump claimed during a White House briefing that he had been taking hydroxychloroquine for roughly 10 days; he also attacked the scientists who conducted a Department of Veterans Affairs analysis showing no benefit and more deaths among coronavirus patients taking the drug.

Other related research:

Media Matters: How Tucker Carlson manipulates President Trump The Fox host skillfully plays to Trump’s grievances and blames advisers for his failures

Media Matters: A comprehensive guide to Fox’s promotion of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine

Media Matters: Fox News has promoted hydroxychloroquine nearly 300 times in a two-week period

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