PolitiFact: Don't fall for this video. Hydroxychloroquine is not a COVID-19 cure. - 2020-07-28

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F7.png PolitiFact: Don't fall for this video. Hydroxychloroquine is not a COVID-19 cure. July 28, 2020, Daniel Funke, Tampa Bay Times

Millions of people, including the president of the United States, have seen or shared a video in which a doctor falsely claims there is a cure for the coronavirus, and it's a medley starring hydroxychloroquine.

The video shows several doctors in white coats giving a press conference outside the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. It persists on social media despite bans from Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, and it was published by Breitbart, a conservative news site.

The July 27 event was organized by Tea Party Patriots, a conservative group backed by Republican donors, and attended by U.S. Rep. Ralph Norman, R-S.C.

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