DR GEORGE FAREED (GUEST): And we've used agents that are -- that we knew from the beginning were effective, hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin, azithromycin, doxycycline, zinc, and we go on now to add in monoclonal antibodies. So we have a one-two punch neutralizing the circulating virus. And it's important to take the early treatment approach, that mass vaccination is not going to be the solution.
SEAN HANNITY (HOST): I am shocked when I talk to friends of mine. And listen, this is my business, so I -- I'm constantly reading. They've never heard of Regeneron or ivermectin and what people unfortunately heard once they politicized hydroxychloroquine, two prestigious medical journals had to actually take back the studies because they weren't even right. They were wrong, and we now have numerous studies and you discuss your best-selling book Dr. Saphier the politics surrounding and even the discussion when you had nothing before we had any vaccine or developed Regeneron and monoclonal cocktails, you know, we had nothing. The premier expert on hydroxychloroquine said the risk is nil.