Report: Efforts to Remove Dr. Bright Predate Hydroxychloroquine ‘Incompetence and Insubordination’

Here we go again: Bright hires Blasey Ford’s attorneys as dems float calls to testify.

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by Joel B. Pollak

Dr. Rick Bright, the vaccine expert who claims he was ousted from his former position in the administration because of his opposition to the promotion of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for coronavirus, was already going to lose his job months before, according to information released on Twitter by Politico reporter Dan Diamond.

Diamond commented in Twitter on January 2 — long before most Americans had heard of the coronavirus outbreak in China — that Dr. Bright, who was head of Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) until recently,  had supervised Anand Shah, who was leaving the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Shah had worked for CMS Administrator Seema Verma. Read the rest HERE.

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2 Responses to Report: Efforts to Remove Dr. Bright Predate Hydroxychloroquine ‘Incompetence and Insubordination’

  1. The Flash says:

    I’m SO shocked that the Dems would mis-represent something like this! SHOCKED, I tell you! Here’s a typical news day in the Trump White House: Trump rocks to one side and farts. Twelve different media outlets post the story that “Trump, in another clear denial of climate change, along with a total disregard for clean air, DELIBERATELY, and personally, added to the volume of noxious gases that we are now all forced to breath! Democrats announce an immediate investigation into Trumps callousness!”

    Tell me I’m wrong…..

  2. Joe Z says:

    Flash, you are correct.

    Also, hydroxychloroquine is available, cheap and it works. However, Big Pharma can’t make much money from it. Big Pharma can make a bundle off of expensive vaccines. Do you think Dr. Bright is in the pocket of Big Pharma?

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