RIGGED: Same people slamming hydroxychloroquine for coronavirus are publishing pro-remdesivir studies in fake science journals | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

RIGGED: Same people slamming hydroxychloroquine for coronavirus are publishing pro-remdesivir studies in fake science journals

A “tiny U.S. based company” named Surgisphere, we reported, had generated “flawed data” that led to the result that its “hidden” authors wanted to see, which is basically that HCQ is useless in terms of remedying the pandemic.

While it initially appeared as though Surgisphere was directly to blame for the fiasco, a closer look at the aforementioned “hidden” authors has revealed Brigham and Women’s Hospital, under the guidance of Harvard University professor Mandeep Mehra, as the true culprit.

Mehra, who currently holds the Harvey Distinguished Chair of Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, issued an apology for his involvement in the scam, which he claimed was a mistake. But it turns out that Mehra was quietly involved in an elaborate scheme designed to “kill” the legitimacy of HCQ as a cure for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).

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