Sen. Ron Johnson moderates a panel discussion, COVID-19: A Second Opinion. A group of world renowned doctors and medical experts provide a different perspective on the global pandemic response, the current state of knowledge of early and hospital treatment, vaccine efficacy and safety, what went right, what went wrong, what should be done now, and what needs to be addressed long term.


Dr. Peter McCullough has a question: how many of you have experienced censorship, intimidation, threats of professional reprisal, as a result of your advocacy for your patients. Answer was 80% 0:43 min

Dr. Aaron Kheriaty

Dr. Aaron Kheriaty speaks about all cause mortality rising 40 percent.
2:47 min

Registered Nurse
Nicole Sirotek

Registered nurse Nicole Sirotek shares before Senator Ron Johnson what she saw on the front lines of a NYC hospital as patients were given Remdesivir and died. 8:17 min

Dr. Peter McCullough

Dr. Peter McCullough delivers an emotional plea on Myocarditis
3:40 min

Nurse Jennifer Bridges

Former Houston Methodist nurse Jennifer Bridges gives her first-hand account of what she experienced before she was terminated
4:39 min

Dr. Paul Marik

Dr. Paul Marik on the use of Remdesivir in our hospitals
2:19 min

Dr. Aaron Kheriaty

Dr. Aaron Kheriaty explains why doctors are hesitant to write exemptions 2:19 min

Dr. Pierre Kory

Dr. Pierre Kory on a massive new study out of Brazil on early treatment
2:20 min

Dr. Robert Malone

Dr. Robert Malone, MRNA inventor, talks about escape mutant variants of the virus if we continue to push the vaccines. 2:14 min

Dr. Ryan Cole

Dr. Ryan Cole “I am my brothers keeper” He successfully administers early treatment with “the drugs that shall not be named”
0:56 min

Dr. Theresa Long

“In one morning I had to ground 3 out of 3 pilots due to vaccine injuries” Lieutenant Colonel Theresa Long, Brigade Surgeon for the 1st Aviation Brigade, Ft. Rucker, Alabama, U.S. Army          1:04 min