Dear Editor:

I wish to thank you for publishing the recent articles by Justus R. Hope, M.D. in connection with the drug Ivermectin.

As you may know, the Ivermectin story (and, in particular, the patently obvious suppression of research and information regarding its efficacy against Covid-19) is one of the biggest scandals in recent memory and, in my opinion, a crime against humanity. Revealing this information will hopefully save lives and make the public aware of just how much regulatory capture and corruption exists in our government (and in the WHO).

My mother, who is actively involved in local politics and accountability projects in Nevada City where she lives, was unable to convince the local paper to print a story on the Indian Bar Association’s legal notice to the WHO’s Chief Medical Officer regarding Ivermectin disinformation (even though such information is arguably “news”), so I was thrilled to see that your paper is actually engaged in journalism.

As George Orwell is credited with saying “Journalism is printing what someone else does not want published; everything else is public relations."  

I currently am reading “Dr. Hope’s” book on repurposed medications and it is an eye opener. Whoever he is, he is a hero, in my humble opinion.

Best regards,

Shannon Grasso

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