Live Q&A: Pfizer Making Daily Pill for COVID-19; Taliban Declares China Its ‘Main Partner’

Ellanjay

Electoral Member
Apr 11, 2020
646
109
43

Live Q&A: Pfizer Making Daily Pill for COVID-19; Taliban Declares China Its ‘Main Partner’​



Pfizer announced that it’s in its phase two clinical trials of a daily pill taken orally to combat COVID-19. The company’s CEO, Albert Bourla, wrote on Twitter that to beat the virus, it will “likely require both vaccines [and] treatments.” And in other news, the Taliban has declared that China is its “main partner,” and hinted at future infrastructure programs under the Taliban-China partnership. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp we’ll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience.
 

Ron in Regina

"Voice of the West" Party
Apr 9, 2008
15,483
674
113
Regina, Saskatchewan
Afghanistan is rich in resources like copper, gold, oil, natural gas, uranium, bauxite, coal, iron ore, rare earths, lithium, chromium, lead, zinc, gemstones, talc, sulphur, travertine, gypsum and marble.
 
  • Like
Reactions: taxslave

Ellanjay

Electoral Member
Apr 11, 2020
646
109
43

Dr. Robert Malone: Why Government Vaccine Policies Have Been Problematic | CLIP​



mRNA vaccine pioneer Dr. Robert Malone has been attacked by the media for being critical of government policies in response to the pandemic, including vaccine mandates. Mallone explains that he is critical of the regulatory actions taken, not of the vaccines themselves.
 

Ellanjay

Electoral Member
Apr 11, 2020
646
109
43

Dr. Robert Malone: Natural Immunity May Be Stronger Than Vaccine Immunity | CLIP​



mRNA vaccine pioneer Dr. Robert Mallone explains how new data—which indicates natural immunity could provide stronger protection against COVID-19 and its variants than vaccines—has undermined trust in the public health apparatus.
 

Ellanjay

Electoral Member
Apr 11, 2020
646
109
43

Live Q&A: Biden to Announce Global COVID Measures; Vaccines May be Authorized for Children​



President Joe Biden is expected to announce global measures for COVID-19 this week, according to the Surgeon General. And in other news, the FDA may soon approve the Pfizer vaccine for children as young as 5, according to the former FDA chief. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp we’ll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience.
 

petros

The Central Scrutinizer
Nov 21, 2008
98,263
4,332
113
Moccasin Flats
Afghanistan is rich in resources like copper, gold, oil, natural gas, uranium, bauxite, coal, iron ore, rare earths, lithium, chromium, lead, zinc, gemstones, talc, sulphur, travertine, gypsum and marble.
And fresh glacial water for massive hydro projects and irrigation.
 

Ellanjay

Electoral Member
Apr 11, 2020
646
109
43

Current Waves of COVID-19 in Red States Being Used to Reinforce Political Stereotypes | CLIP​



Dr. Robert Malone says that the current uptick in COVID-19 cases in red states is being blamed in media narratives on vaccine hesitancy. Mallone says that in a few months, when we examine the data, it may show other factors at play, such as seasonal factors, and that we should be wary of politicizing COVID-19 data to reinforce our political beliefs.
 

Ellanjay

Electoral Member
Apr 11, 2020
646
109
43

Live Q&A: Fauci Says Vaccines for Kids Soon; Doctors Warn of Gov Restricts On Monoclonal Treatments​



Anthony Fauci said that the FDA will likely soon make its decision on whether to recommend COVID-19 vaccines for children under 12 years old, and noted data should be in soon on whether vaccines are needed for children between the ages of 5 and 11. And in other news, doctors are warning that federal government interventions on the supply of monoclonal antibody treatments could cost lives for hospitalized patients. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp we’ll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience.
 

Ellanjay

Electoral Member
Apr 11, 2020
646
109
43

AG Ken Paxton: Fighting Back Against Federal Overreach On Vaccines, Abortion & Election Integrity​



Texas is in the crosshairs of the Department of Justice, which recently filed a lawsuit against their anti-abortion bill, and has also been trying to challenge the new Texas election reform bill that closes loopholes in the election system. And now, as President Joe Biden is looking to implement new vaccine mandates across the United States, Texas is positioning itself as a major legal contender against these policies. To learn more about this we sat down for an interview with Ken Paxton, Texas Attorney General.