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Saturday, April 25, 2020

The Truth (and Lies) about Coronavirus ... an interesting read.



FWIW


Primary Author: David Williams, MD 
Revised April 23 with updates to section regarding COVID-19 deaths and the addendum.




The Truth (and Lies) about Coronavirus
This is being written on April 19, 2020. Although there is a central author, it is being written on behalf of multiple physicians in West Alabama and will be distributed through multiple medical offices. Between us we have well over a hundred years of practice and have treated hundreds of thousands of patients suffering infectious diseases. Including mission trips we have treated patients on five continents. We planned this date for several reasons. First, most of our patients now realize there is something “funny” about the coverage and handling of this disease. Secondly, if it wasn’t being handled differently by April 19, we knew it would take action from us and our patients to change that handling. Finally, we were told in March by our state officials that experts predicted New York, Florida, Texas, and Alabama were projected to have the median most fatalities from the COVID-19 outbreak with the peak in Alabama expected to be April 19. On this date, Alabama was supposed to be on pace for 5,516 deaths and be short over 21,000 hospital beds. The information just listed, and every piece of information discussed below, can be verified with a quick internet search. Many of the sources will be directly referenced. So here goes:
TRUTH: COVID-19 is an actual medical disease that will lead to tragic deaths.  Although this seems obvious, it should be clear that no one involved wishes to express anything but sympathy to those affected and their families. Respiratory failure is a terrible way to die. That is true if that death is due to asthma, COPD, pneumonia, influenza, smoke inhalation, cystic fibrosis, ALS, or COVID-19.
LIE: We don’t know much about coronavirus. This is one of the media’s favorite lies. It is much scarier if it is unknown. We know that coronavirus is a zoonotic disease. In other words, it’s natural hosts are birds and animals as opposed to humans. We vaccinate domestic animals for them. We know that four forms cause colds every year. We know it mutates and evolves just like the flu. We know it sometimes becomes deadly as it has in SARS and MERS. We have done medical studies on coronavirus as a coexisting illness in patients in the past.





 At the end of the article the author answered received criticism with this which I wanted to add so you get the context from which he writes:




REVISED April 23, 2020. For those who question whether I am truly anti-fear, as opposed to having another agenda, President Trump disagreed “strongly” with Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s decisions to reopen certain businesses in his state. I strongly agree with Governor Kemp. 



borrowed from a comment posted here at THEBURNINGPLATFORM

8 comments:

  1. The (follow the) money shot from the article:

    "To complicate matters further, if your city attributes enough deaths to COVID-19, it can request billions of dollars of federal aid."

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    1. https://www.yellowpages.com/tuscaloosa-al/mip/david-l-williams-md-483602481
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      took 30 seconds to find him

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  2. The author provides neither a way to contact him nor the names of the medical professionals he cites. While I agree with his points, he also accuses me of being lazy. If I can't even verify the claim he's speaking for others, how can I present this article to politicians and the media with no proof its author is credible? With the amount of misinformation, disinformation and outright lying through this circus, I don't believe any single source without corroboration.

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    1. I agree with you. I scanned the article but if the author and website group won't make themselves known then I take everything with a grain of salt. I do know that the US and my state MI has grossly overreacted to this "crisis".

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    2. I would suspect that the author(s) are well aware of the shitstorm the article will create; in fact they allude to the media's response to anything of this ilk. Can't say as I'd want to have to deal with that either. And it is pointed out that all the assertions can be verified. If you can't be bothered doing that, then perhaps you ARE being lazy.

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    3. Actually, I have verified them, but politicians already know all this and are ignoring it or are part of covering it up. This doctor is basing much of the weight people should give his arguments on his and the other doctors' credibility. Do I believe him? Yes, but politicians and the media would dismiss the entirety of it without even checking (as if they would anyway) and say he and his golfing buddies made it all up at the bar after 18 holes... and much of the public would believe them.

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  3. WRT Trump's "strong” disagreement, it was in regard to timing.

    Other than that, Trump had no issue and wished Kemp well.

    There are enough untruths about Trump, we don't need more.

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  4. I noted the lack of contactability too.
    However as I think I posted here before, THIS is a fully referenced site showing the reality of CV-19:
    https://swprs.org/a-swiss-doctor-on-covid-19/#latest
    They update once a week or so.

    I note too that zoonotic transfer takes months or years so the likelihood of it spreading from "bat soup" within days or weeks is extremely low, giving way more credence to the lab origin and especially "gain of function" enhancements targetting humans.

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