Dr. Peter McCullough Shares the Four Pillars of COVID-19 Care with Pennsylvania Lawmakers

On March 4th, 2022, a group of Pennsylvania legislators from both state chambers as well as a group of panelists joined a meeting to discuss COVID-19, medical freedom, and the implications about what many lament is a looming federalization of medicine. Included among those was cardiologist-researcher Dr. Peter McCullough who made the case for the four pillars of COVID-19 care.

McCullough Protocol
McCullough et al. Reviews in Cardiovascular Medicine, 2020

Senator Doug Mastriano led the event. This Republican served as host of this event held at the Capitol building in Harrisburg, inviting what many in the medical establishment consider controversial figures including the internationally known Dr. Peter McCullough, MD, MPH but also acupuncturist Brian Ardis as well as multi-millionaire tech entrepreneur and COVID-19 vaccine- skeptic Steve Kirsch and attorney Thomas Renz.

Live-streamed and recorded for others to review, the event was attended by a couple of dozen participants, the panelists, and other Pennsylvania representatives, including Senator Michelle Brooks (Chair of Senate Health and Human Services Committee) as well as Representative Dawn Keefer and Representative Rob Kaufman.

Important for this group is the proposed Pennsylvania Medical Freedom Act proposed in the Senate Health and Human Services Committee in November.

As Chair of the Health and Human Services Committee, State Sen. Brooks praised the potential for this proposed Act in addition to another senate-based proposed Act to prohibit vaccine mandates for school children K-12 grade in Pennsylvania.
The Four Pillars

Dr. McCullough, now a controversial figure in American medicine, critiqued by many in the medical establishment yet celebrated by many others, including top podcaster Joe Rogan, has contributed to over 600 publications in his cardiovascular field along with about 50 COVID-19-focused articles, papers, and studies.


McCullough presented the keynote at this panel discussing the four pillars of pandemic response. Having treated thousands of COVID-19 patients and now helping people with a condition he deems related to COVID-19 vaccine injuries., McCullough has pleaded with federal, state and local health officials to consider his four-pillared approach, including:
  • Pillar 1 (Reduce Viral Spread): Understand where the real risks of viral transmission exist. Consider the Great Barrington Declaration. Note the doctor mentioned later in the pandemic we have learned that oral and nasal virucidal therapy is superior to other approaches such as masks such as with povidone iodine or PVP-I.
  • Pillar 2 (Early Treatment): Dr. McCullough believes it is with early treatment where the American health establishment has failed miserably leading to a loss of hundreds of thousands of lives. The cardiologist argues that 95% of the COVID-19 deaths could have been prevented had existing, repurposed therapies been embraced early on in the course of SARS-CoV-2 infection—from monoclonal antibodies and corticosteroids to blood thinners and more. The doctor hints that the continued ignoring of this concept must be taken on politically.
  • Pillar 3 (In-Hospital Care): The vast majority of deaths occurred during hospitalization. McCullough raised the point that not one American hospital or health system has stepped forward to declare they are a COVID-19 center of excellence in care. A stunning fact suggests the early COVID-19 care advocate. There are treatments that can be used but the cardiologist suggests current protocols are not optimal.
  • Pillar 4 (Vaccination): Peter McCullough is not an anti-vaxxer although many in the mainstream media categorize him as so. Establishing a pro-safe and efficacious vaccine, especially for high risk individuals (e.g. elderly comorbidity, immunosuppressed or those working in nursing homes for example), McCullough implied there is most definitely a place for a vaccination program.
Follow the link to listen to this interesting testimony from these various panel participants. Good science depends on not only scientific debate but also from time to time dissention. An open mind and willingness to debate and dialogue represent a vital prerequisite for good science. Check out the video.



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