March 20, 2021: Sam Faddis talks with Dr. Steven Hatfill one of the nation’s top virologists about COVID-19 and the nation’s response to the pandemic.
Why did a nation that had been preparing to deal with biological threats for decades have such difficulties in coping with this disease outbreak?
To what extent did states like New York blame their own failures on the federal government?
What factors led the federal government to largely abandon the use of hydroxychloroquine, a well-known, safe generic drug as an out patient treatment? What rationale could possibly explain the decision to allow patients diagnosed with COVID to remain untreated until such time as they required hospitalization in an intensive care unit?
To what extent was the abandonment of the use of hydroxychloroquine driven by the interests of Big Pharma and the need to create a need for a hugely profitable vaccine?
If hydroxychloroquine is not safe and not useful in treating COVID, how do you explain the amazing success of the Indian government in getting the virus under control through the use of the drug?
Ground Truth: Sam Faddis Interviews Dr. Steven Hatfill (on Rumble).
Steven Hatfill MD, MS, MS, M.Med.
Dr. Steven Hatfill is a specialist physician and a virologist with a military background and separate master’s degrees in microbial genetics, radiation biochemistry, and experimental pathology. His medical fellowships include Oxford University, the NIH in Bethesda, and the National Research Council where he studied the Ebola Virus at the US Army Institute for Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick, Maryland.
His background includes chemical demilitarization training at Aberdeen Proving Ground with national certification as an instructor for the Nunn-Lugar Domestic WMD Preparedness program and later training as a United Nations Weapons Inspector for Iraq under the UNMOVIC mandate
Since 2005 he has also been involved with teaching the emergency medical response to blast / ballistic injury to US Special Operations units and the modification of these techniques for use in civilian mass casualty incidents. He is a former Medical Director for EFP Tactical Medicine in London where in 2015 he trained and helped to establish the first Rapid Hemorrhagic Fever Response Teams for the Kenyan National Medical Disaster Unit in Nairobi, Africa.
Dr, Hatfill holds a faculty appointment as an adjunct Assistant Professor at a leading medical school where he teaches disaster medicine and he is a Senior Fellow at the London Center for Policy Research in Washington, DC. He is a National Fellow of the Explorers Club and serves as a Board Member for several medical non-profit organizations. He is the primary author of the prophetic best-selling book “Three Seconds Until Midnight”