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HHS Vaccine Expert Protests over Transfer; Claims Retaliation over Hydroxychloroquine; Hires Anti-Kavanaugh Attorneys

Dr. Rick Bright, former director of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, protested Wednesday after being reassigned to the National Institutes of Health — in retaliation, he claims, for his reluctance to fast-track approval for hydroxycholorquine for treating coronavirus patients.

Dr. Rick Bright (Alliance for Health Policy / Flickr / CC / Cropped)

Facebook’s Fact Checkers Decline to Correct Coronavirus Misinformation from Verizon-Owned HuffPost

Facebook’s nine official fact-checking partners, including such allegedly prestigious outlets as the Associated Press and Reuters, collectively failed to conduct a single fact check on an erroneous post from the Huffington Post, which repeated the misleading claim that President Donald Trump has a “stake” in a hydroxychloroquine drugmaker. As explained by Breitbart News economy editor John Carney, Trump’s family trust has a small investment in a mutual fund that owns shares of drugmaker Sanofi. How small of an investment? $1,485 at the maximum, but possibly as low as $99.10. 

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