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Paging Dr Mengele

Jeffery Smith was in the hospital with COVID. He had less than a 30 percent chance to live. His doctor ordered Ivermectin. The hospital refused to allow the drug to be given, so Mrs. Smith sued. The judge in the case ordered the hospital to allow the Ivermectin to be delivered.

The man’s condition began to improve.

The hospital appealed the decision, which was overturned. The hospital has discontinued the therapy. Who cares if patients die, as long as the narrative is maintained?

This kind of thing makes me believe that this pandemic is more about political power and control than it is science or medicine.

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“The hospital appealed the decision.”

Buildings don’t appeal, people do.

When enough die, perhaps family members, friends, whoever will visit the people behind these decisions that directly – KNOWINGLY – contributed to a higher death rate. (For a chat, of course.)

I knew awhile ago that none of this had to do with science or helping people get better. If this is only about money hell is not hot enough for TPTB.

when the truth comes out, think about how many people died for nothing when they knew they had the drugs to combat covid…and the hospitals, doctors, media, and the gov all knew/know this…

I don’t see where, if he checked out against medical advice and hid out somewhere and secretly took OTC veterinary Ivermectin under the secret supervision of a secretly agreeable doctor, that the police would actively hunt him or the doctor down for doing so.

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