The Desert Review: Tyson campaigns for Congress, takes COVID fight to next level

February 11, 2022

Doctors Brian Tyson and George Fareed were present at Inferno in Brawley for a book signing on their newly published, Overcoming the Covid Darkness, How Two Doctors Successfully Treated 7000 Patients Saturday, Feb. 5. The event had a line out the door where the two doctors put down the stethoscopes and interacted with the public.

Pastor Richard A. Moore of Trinity Baptist Church in Holtville spoke on stage about being cured by the doctors and the result of his healing, how his church started the COVID-19 project.

“A lot of people have been helped by the medicine, by the cocktails — and their work,” said Moore. He said he invited Dr. Fareed to speak to his congregation on what to do if they came down with the virus. Those that followed his protocol, lived, Moore told the people. Because of people’s gratitude to the doctors and knowledge that doctors and pharmacies were not allowing patients’ medicines, Moore used contributions to collect the medicines and distribute them to the uninsured and to those denied help.

“All of us know they work. They work almost 100 percent. Jesus Christ was 100 percent, and these doctors are almost 100 percent. They’re almost as good as Jesus Christ at healing people. It’s a great honor to be able to help and to connect people with Dr. Fareed and Dr. Tyson to send them to get help and then to help people get their medicine and to help make that possible,” said Moore.

The church said they have sent out medicine to over 3,000 people.

“It’s just an incredible thing to hear people talk about all of the bad things and all the damage that might happen,” said Moore. “No deaths. It’s not that we’re just ignoring things, we stay in touch with people and follow up.”

Pastor Moore shared personal revelations about Dr. Fareed.

“Dr. Fareed is the kindest, gentlest man I know. The only time I’ve seen him mad was when somebody was trying to keep medicines away from his patients, or when he was denied taking care of somebody,” said Moore.

“I knew Dr. Fareed from several mission trips we took together,” said Moore. “And then this thing happened with the pandemic and all of the problems and all of the lies. It made me think about Jesus Christ when he was in the temple, and he saw moneychangers turn the Temple into a money changing house and it was all about the money and it was a corrupt religion. Jesus overturned the moneychangers’ tables and really came against them for how they had defiled the House of God. And that’s a similar thing about what we’re facing today. It’s all about the money, it’s all about the corruption. All the drugs that work, they’re taking them away. Why are they doing that? Jesus Christ healed people, and they got mad at him.”

Dr. Fareed joined Moore on stage and spoke about the past several years dealing with COVID.

“The people here are wonderful people,” Dr. Fareed said, “and we tried to do what was right from the very beginning and we fought for the approach of curing people before they entered the hospital and succumbed to COVID-19. We realized that patients benefitted from this simple approach with this medication — hydroxychloroquine. We called colleagues and studied what others were doing right. We always were improving our protocol depending on science and results.”

Dr. Fareed announced Dr. Tyson, calling him the next US Congressman.

“We want to spread the word,” Dr. Brian Tyson said, “and we’ve tried to accomplish that with this book we have published. We want to see that people will understand that there is an approach and there has been from the beginning to prevent people from dying of COVID-19 and from suffering all the side-effects and problems (one) may have to go through.”

“I’ve always said, ‘I’m going to treat my patients like my family,’” said Dr. Tyson. “I’m going to put my patients first and it led me to having to leave the hospital because I would fight with administration. I wasn’t going to stand by with the corporate practice of medicine, so I decided to leave corporate practice and begin my Urgent Care.”

The doctors reminded the full house that when COVID first came around, there was no treatment.

“Everybody was told to go home, wait till you’re blue, and then, when you can’t breathe come back to the hospital. We weren’t going to accept that,” said Dr. Tyson. “So, we took a hands-on approach. I will see you in person, and I will assess your needs. And that’s the approach I think all doctors should have made, which is treat the patient in front of you for what you see.”

Never in the history of medicine has any doctor ever been attacked for treating a sick person, according to Tyson.

“Why are they attacking us for treating sick people?” asked Dr. Tyson. “That makes absolutely no sense at all. It has to be coming from a dark place. The darkness is creeping over America, Canada, Italy, and Germany.”

Dr. Tyson said vaccinations for COVID-19 did not stop the vaccinated public from becoming infected with the virus.

“What we’ve been saying the whole time is, it doesn’t matter if you’ve got the vaccine or didn’t get the vaccine — if you get sick, come see us,” said Dr. Tyson. “What we’re doing is treating sick patients. If you have a cough, or you if have a fever, or if you have pneumonia, you go to the doctor, right? When you are sick, you don’t go to the CDC, you don’t go to the FDA, you don’t go to the NIH. So then why are the CDC, the NIH, and the FDA telling us doctors how to practice medicine?”

As per Dr. Tyson, pharmacists do not go to medical school — they go to pharmacy school.

“So, for a pharmacist to tell me or my patients this (hydroxychloroquine, azithromycin, and ivermectin drug cocktail) does not work for this disease is malpractice,” Dr. Tyson said.

Tyson announced his campaign at the event for the US Congress in the newly formed 25th District, which will encompass all of the Imperial Valley and parts of Riverside and San Bernardino counties. A table was located outside the restaurant to gather signatures to place his name on the ballot.

Read the full story in The Desert Review.

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