The Virus is Real the Statistics are Not
Dr. Kelly: “ They [The Biden Administration] continue to double down on their vaccine efforts for certain, and they continue at the same time. More troubling to me, John. They continue at the same time to ignore and avoid conversation about the one thing that we know actually works for Covid, which is early treatment. So I have no problem with them continuing to work on developing a safe and effective vaccine for this virus or any other of the other bazillion viruses that we haven’t cracked the vaccine code for yet. But I find it very troubling that they continue to ignore and actually try to deep six any conversation about effective safe, readily available early treatment options.”
Dr. Kelly: “We are witnessing right now a level of therapeutic nihilism that I have never seen in my entire career in medicine. John, we have an entire cocktail of readily available, safe and effective medications for COVID. Yet what people are getting when they go to the hospital is either they go in, they get tested COVID they’re positive and they’re sent home and told to do nothing unless they get really sick.”
Dr. Kelly: “If someone gets COVID and gets admitted to the hospital with it and isn’t treated with azithromycin, zinc, Ivermectin hydroxychloroquine, inhaled steroids, blood thinners, vitamin D. They don’t get those things. They end up dying. There really is no excuse at this point and hasn’t been, frankly, for well over a year for people to be dying untreated. This isn’t any longer a pandemic of the unvaccinated. It’s a pandemic of the untreated, and it’s unconscionable and truly needs to stop.”
Dr. Kelly, “that Ivermectin is incredibly incredibly effective for the treatment of COVID-19. And we’ve done this for well over a year. … 64 different studies, 64, 58 of which show overwhelming decreases, statistically significant decreases in hospitalizations admissions and deaths from giving Ivermectin.”
Dr. Kelly: “Furthermore, as you said, remdesivir the “wonder drug” to date for covid 19 is essentially useless. … it causes profound kidney damage and has been associated with nothing other than prolonged hospital stays.”
Dr. Kelly: “It’s ridiculous, absolutely unconscionable that we haven’t been allowed to use it [Ivermectin]. If you look at parts of the world that are using it and we’re using it before covid even because of places like India that have a lot of issues with intestinal parasites. Those places have low rates of COVID in the first place, and the most populated province in India, Uttar Pradesh, which 241,000,000 people essentially has eradicated cases of COVID simply by giving the entire population Ivermectin very important drug.”
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Kelly Victory, MD
BIO From Early Covid Care
Dr. Kelly Victory is a residency-trained trauma and emergency specialist with over 30 years of clinical experience. She is an expert in disaster preparedness and response and medical management of mass casualties. Dr. Victory is an alumnus of the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative by the Harvard School of Public Health and the Kennedy School of Government to develop “meta-leaders” for national disaster preparedness and response, and served as a member of the Leadership Council at Harvard School of Public Health for many years. Dr. Victory has worked with a range of public and private organizations including companies, hospitals, schools, churches and municipalities on public health issues including disaster and pandemic preparedness and response.
Dr. Victory teaches “Active Shooter Rapid Response and Extraction” and “Leadership in Times of Crisis” for first responders, community leaders and organizations, aimed at limiting casualties, improving outcomes, enhancing resiliency and coordinating emergency response efforts. Dr. Victory has been a consistent and vocal proponent of aggressive early outpatient treatment for COVID-19, as well as a cautious and informed, risk-based approach to COVID vaccination. She makes frequent radio and television appearances to discuss issues of public health, disasters, and preparedness and response efforts, and has been the daily voice of “The Doctor Hour” on KABC in Los Angeles throughout the pandemic. Dr. Victory holds a BS from Duke University, earned her MD from the University of North Carolina and completed her residency in Emergency Medicine and Trauma at Carolinas Medical Center.