Public German International Broadcaster’s COVID-19 Fact Check: FLCCC a Force to Factor In

Public German International Broadcaster’s COVID-19 Fact Check FLCCC a Force to Factor In

Germany’s state-owned international public broadcaster recently seemingly endorsed Ivermectin as a treatment for COVID-19. Of course, the taxpayer-funded entity known as Deutsche Welle or “DW” isn’t a medical agency and has no authority or credentials to recommend any drug. But they certainly have reach, influenced and are backed by deep pockets. The public broadcaster makes content available in 30 languages from Hindi and Spanish to Arabic and English. Because the content created by DW’s employees are regulated by the Deutsche Welle-Act, its independent of government influence, affording more independence than perhaps available for other comparable public broadcasters. DW quietly released a “Fact Check: Effective (and Ineffective) COVID-19 Treatments.” The international media powerhouse chimed in on Ivermectin.

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