Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine are derived from quinine, a safe phyto-chemical used in tonic beverages | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine are derived from quinine, a safe phyto-chemical used in tonic beverages

A similar derivative of quinine, chloroquine, is an inexpensive, globally available drug that has been used around the world since 1945 to treat malaria, autoimmune and various other conditions. The National Institutes of Health, and Dr. Fauci specifically, knew about chloroquine’s effectiveness as both a prophylactic (preventative) and therapeutic treatment for SARS in 2005. Strange enough, Dr. Fauci believes this class of antivirals is too dangerous for treating coronavirus patients today. Instead, Dr. Fauci is interested in promoting untested, liability-free mRNA vaccines, which are experimental, lacking years of safety and efficacy data. Fauci and his friends at the NIH share joint ownership of the leading vaccine candidate, which uses a controversial mRNA technology that Bill Gates has been wanting to try out on human populations for nearly a decade.

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