In case you missed our previous coverage, Dr. Peter McCullough will be headlining an event for the Big Sky Liberty Alliance on Tuesday night in Billings. Tickets are still available last time I checked. Email bigskylibertyalliance(at)gmail.com if you would like to attend the event.
Initial coverage from December 29, 2021: He recently wrapped up a three-hour interview on the popular Joe Rogan podcast, and now he’s coming to Montana. The Big Sky Liberty Alliance brings Dr. Peter McCullough to Billings, Montana on January 18.
Q: You come to Billings, Montana in January 2022 brought by the Big Sky Liberty Alliance, basically started by five nurses here in Billings, Montana who didn’t want to be forced to get vaccinated and they also spoke out against some of such other restrictions and mandates. What is the message that you want to share or that they have asked you to share when you come to Montana?
A: This group is wonderful and they stick to certain principles of bioethics, which are part of our Office of Human Research Protection in the United States. We have six cornerstones of bioethics… And what we do know is that no patient, under any circumstances, for any medical product or vaccine, may receive pressure, coercion or threat of retaliation. It can’t happen. He violates a code of bioethics. And so people will not bear any pressure regarding any medicine or vaccine, be it ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, the Merck pill, the Pfizer pill, a vaccine – it is always their individual choice.-Dr. Peter McCullough
The event with Dr. McCullough will take place at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center on the evening of January 18. Doors will open at 6 p.m.
Dr. McCullough also outlined the treatments he recommends for his patients regarding COVID-19. He described a shoebox of 6 things you can buy over-the-counter and keep on hand in order to treat COVID-19.
Here is the full audio of Dr. McCullough on radio in Montana. If you go to the end of the interview, he lists 6 things you can have to help treat COVID-19:
Here, he testifies before a Texas State Senate Committee hearing earlier in the year: