Senator Hall’s Medical Town Hall boats over 58,000 views in less than 24 hours
AUSTIN — Wednesday night, Senator Bob Hall hosted a Facebook conversation with six Texas medical doctors, who all describe the success they are having in early intervention medical treatments for COVID-19 patients. Senator Hall asked questions that challenged the underlying assumptions being made by federal and state officials that existing drugs are not safe and are ineffective.
The doctors responses that debunked those assumptions can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/SenatorBobHall/videos/305111243951303
Senator Hall commented on the discussion saying, “It greatly concerns me that Texas has maintained a defensive only strategy based not on facts, but fear. We are continuing to use tactics that don’t recognize what we have learned over the past months from doctors who are successfully treating this disease. Being able to bring information to Texans is one of my duties and giving these medical doctors a platform to tell their testimonies is a privilege.”
This is just days after Senator Hall sent Governor Abbott a letter suggesting a strategy change that would eliminate the need for business shutdowns, masks, and shut-ins.
“We must shift from a defensive strategy to an offensive strategy. These medical doctors tell you what they have learned about early intervention medical treatment and why they are no longer afraid of COVID-19. We can shift our strategy to that of early intervention medical treatment of those who are infected and the medically vulnerable,” Senator Hall closed.
Bob Hall is a Citadel graduate, military veteran, and currently ranked the most conservative State Senator in Texas. Bob and his wife, Kay, live in Van Zandt County and are members of Lakeside Baptist Church. For more information, please visit www.SenatorBobHall.com
Press release from the Office of Senator Bob Hall, edited for publication in Blue Ribbon News.
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