Who are the doctors in the viral hydroxychloroquine video?
Despite social media platforms’ efforts to remove it, millions of people have seen a viral video of doctors making false and misleading claims about the coronavirus pandemic. Breitbart, a conservative news outlet, published the 40-plus-minute-long video on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube on July 27. It’s a live stream of a Washington, D.C., press conference organized by the Tea Party Patriots, a conservative group backed by Republican donors. Rep. Ralph Norman. R-S.C., attended the event. The video went viral after it was widely shared in Facebook groups for anti-vaxxers and people against face masks. RELATED: Fact-checking a video of doctors talking about coronavirus, hydroxychloroquine "There was a group of doctors yesterday, a large group that were put on the internet. Social media platforms removed the video because it contains several claims that run counter to official recommendations from public health officials. (Screenshot from Facebook) Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr.
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