MAGA Goop! Introducing the new far-right wellness website that sells $299 covid ... trends now
A group of far-right health experts and Trump supporters have backed a new, Goop-style wellness brand that promotes spurious medical treatments.
The venture, called The Wellness Company, features articles about the benefits of supplements like dandelion greens - and sells Covid drugs that haven't been proven to work.
Founded by entrepreneurs Dave Lopez and Foster Coulson, the website has been celebrated by conspiracy theorists such as Laura Loomer - a young pro-Trump campaigner who previously descibed the Covid-19 vaccine as 'unsafe and ineffective'.
Other well-known people involved include the author Naomi Wolf and anti-vax cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough, who is the firm's Chief Scientific Officer.
Goop, which is a lifestyle brand founded by movie star Gwyneth Paltrow, is not linked to The Wellness Company.
The Wellness Company sells a $299.99 'wellness emergency kit' filled with drugs like ivermectin and doxycycline, to fight Covid as well as a host of other conditions
Earlier this month McCullough claimed on Twitter that the Covid-19 vaccine had 'indeed created sick kids'.
The American Board of Internal Medicine recently stripped Dr McCullough of his board-certification due to his outspoken and unfounded views on the Covid jab.
Other medical contributors include anti-abortion campaigner Dr Richard Amerling, former Loveline presenter Dr Drew Pinsky, who previously called the Covid-19 pandemic 'press induced panic', and alternative medicine doctor, Hadar Sophia Elbaz, The Daily Beast reports.
A video posted to Dr Elbaz's website claims to show viewers 'how to detox the body from heavy metals'.