Let's keep it simple: Ultraviolet light therapy exists. It's a thing. President Trump inarticulately referred to it at a White House press briefing on April 24, and many pundits reacted as if he had suggested bleach could be ingested to treat COVID-19. He said no such thing, yet ordinary Americans bought the hoax just as they have bought previous anti-Trump hoaxes. But this time the forces aligned against Trump went even further. A video that explained how the therapy has been used and how it's being tested was censored by YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo and Twitter. The video made no claim as to efficacy concerning COVID-19. To the contrary, a graphic displays stating: "Proposed prototype device depicted. This has not been reviewed by the FDA. Currently not indicated for treatment of COVID-19." This is the banned video. More at https://www.citizenjeff.com/.
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