WTH? Mueller Prosecutor Zelinsky Pushes Feds to Examine Emails Between Hasidic Doctor Who Promoted HCQ Treatment for Coronavirus and Jerome Corsi

In late March Dr. Vladimir Zelenko from New York state announced he found a treatment against the coronavirus with a 95% success rate on 405 patients.

Update: Dr Zelenko spoke on Warroom Pandemic and offered an update on his study…  Zelenko treated 405 patients deemed to be high risk out of about 1400 now. Two died and 3-4 ended up on ventilators. Three were hospitalized with pneumonia but recovered. Dr. Zelenko claimed 95% success rate in terms of death. By NY and NJ stats he should have seen about 20 deaths.

Dr. Zelenko joined Sean Hannity on his radio program to discuss the amazing results from his practice.


The New York doctor also posted a video explaining his success with hydroxychloroquine and Zinc supplements.  His treatment resulted in the shortness of breath issue being resolved in 4 to 6 hours.  Dr. Zelenko in his study had zero deaths, zero hospitalizations and zero intubations!

A week later Dr. Zelenko announced that he had now treated 699 coronavirus patients with 100% success.

Now this…
Mueller prosecutor Aaron Zelinsky pushed federal prosecutors to examine Dr. Zelenko’s emails with Jerome Corsi.
This comes after Corsi mistakenly emailed Zelinsky instead of Dr. Zelenko on the wonder drug.

Mueller goon Aaron Zelinsky

The federal harassment never ends with these folks.

Via The Forward:

Federal prosecutors are examining emails between Dr. Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko — a Hasidic doctor touting the controversial drug hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for Covid-19 — and a right-wing political commentator, the Washington Post reported.

Zelenko is currently collaborating with Jerome Corsi, a commentator best known for propagating the falsehood that President Barack Obama was born outside the U.S., on a website that connects people with doctors. Zelenko is listed as a “medical adviser” on the site.

Zelenko and his work have become a frequent presence on conservative media: Fox News commentator Sean Hannity has shared his work on the air, and he has spoken on Donald Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani’s podcast (the two speak almost daily, according to Giuliani) as well as Corsi’s own podcast. According to the Post, he has been in contact with Rep. Mark Meadows, Trump’s chief of staff, about the results he claims to have obtained from treating hundreds of patients at his family practice in upstate New York with hydroxychloroquine. Zelenko claims that his treatment regiment — which also includes an antibiotic and a zinc supplement — has resulted in almost no hospitalizations among his outpatient clients. However his claims have not been independently verified by medical officials.

The examination of the emails began after Corsi accidentally emailed Aaron Zelinsky instead of Zelenko. Zelinsky was a member of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team, and spent months probing Corsi’s discussions with former Trump operative Roger Stone about Wikileaks. (Corsi was not charged with a crime; Stone was sentenced in February to three years in prison on several felony counts.)

Through the beginning of April, Trump touted hydroxychloroquine as a potential “gift from God” in treating Covid-19. Yet recent studies have suggested that the drug provides no benefit in treating advanced cases of the disease, and in some studies is associated with higher risk of death than other treatments.

Zelenko has remained confident in his treatment regimen, and says he is preparing a peer-reviewed study based on his outpatient use of the drug with over 1,000 people. Zelenko’s patients are predominantly Hasidic Jews who live in and around Kiryas Joel, N.Y.

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