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The one speaker who captured the nation’s imagination was Dr. Stella Immanuel, a native of Cameroon who graduated medical school in Nigeria, and treated malaria sufferers with hydroxychloroquine
Dr. Stella Immanuel (YouTube screenshot)

My letter to David Klepper at Associated Press responding to his article on coronavirus misinformation.

David: As a teenager in the 1970s, I read the novel Herzog, by the late Saul Bellow. The plot centered around this intellectual who fired off letters to every author or journalist who wrote something that tickled his ire. This characterization left me with a sense that such behavior was faintly disreputable. And that aftertaste has lingered lo these many decades, even as I passed my 60th birthday.