Here’s a lovely article from American Thinker. A sample:
Early on President Trump relayed the good news that a cocktail of Hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and Azithromycin showed great promise when given to newly infected patients.
An avalanche of political attacks immediately followed. A myth, preached by Dr. Anthony Fauci, said the cocktail had no effect on the viral infection, that it actually was dangerous. The FDA warned against using the long proven safe drug Hydroxychloroquine. The respected medical journal, The Lancet, published (and later retracted) an article against its use. No debate was allowed. “Medical Science” proclaimed that the cocktail was useless. Authoritarian State Governments banned its use.
Doctors on the frontlines knew otherwise. My doctor specializes in infectious medicine. All nearby doctors go to him when they get sick. From the beginning of the epidemic he worked literally day and night to save lives. Sometimes he failed. Most times he succeeded.
I asked him if he used the Hydroxychloroquine cocktail and if it really worked. He did, and it did. He then surprised me when he used unexpectedly strong language to castigate Fauci and all those who had politicized the epidemic.
The rest of the piece is equally fine.