Trump calls it a “game changer” — is hydroxychloroquine a cure for Coronavirus?

A pandemic is one of the few times we really need to rely on authorities and institutions — and I think it’s fair to say that ours have failed us.

And our pubic health officers said things that are just manifestly untrue, like the absurd idea that face masks are actually dangerous because we aren't using them correctly. In fact, face masks are the number one tools used by Taiwan and other countries to fight the virus.

Trudeau’s hand-picked Public Health Official, Dr. Theresa Tam, is simply lying to cover up the fact that there aren’t any masks in Canada.

So, yeah, who can you trust? Canada's Health Minister Patty Hajdu, who falsely claims that arrivals are being handed face masks at airports? What about Donald Trump?

A few weeks ago, Trump tweeted that there was some hope in finding a cure for Coronavirus, or at least a way to treat it, to help some patients survive.

Pundits, political commentators, journalists and know-nothings who had never heard of hydroxychloroquine or azithromycin immediately denounced them.

Now I’m not going to put myself forward as an expert in the matter, but in tonight's show, I'll talk about the formal results published (you can check it out for yourself here!) by a board-certified doctor in New York who claims to have cured nearly 700 patients with this medicine.

NEXT: Climate Depot's Marc Morano joins me to talk about Greta Thunberg and the other celebrities struggling to remain relevant during the pandemic.

FINALLY: Your messages to me!