Dr. Meryl Nass today filed suit against the Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine and its individual members, alleging the board violated her First Amendment rights and her rights under the Maine Constitution.
So I thought I’d share some of its recent history as recounted by Dr. Meryl Nass. It is a dark and disturbing story which…
“… requires people to take a huge leap in order to understand the world we live in. Many don’t have the fortitude to dissect their world view and rebuild it in accord with the facts that have spilled out over the last two years… It might require a stiff drink, or perhaps some chocolate. Whatever it takes, read on, as it might save your life or someone else’s….” Dr. Meryl Nass.
First came the Chloroquine and Hydroxychloroquine suppression
In 2020, I compiled a list of over 50 ways authorities and pharma companies in multiple countries stopped the use of the chloroquine drugs for COVID…
… here’s the kicker: the authorities knew all about chloroquine and other treatments for COVID before there was a COVID… because they had figured it out for the 2003 SARS epidemic and the 2012 MERS epidemic, both caused by related coronaviruses. But they hushed it up.
Then Ivermectin appeared on the horizon
… some people knew it was likely to work in early 2020, because the French MedInCell company, supported by Bill Gates, was working on an injectable version of ivermectin for COVID, which could be patented. The company issued a press release about this on April 6, 2020 and an informational paper on April 23, 2020. There was a brief run on the veterinary drug at this time in the US… But there was not a lot of buzz and sales did not take off at that time…
My friends … asked me incredulously, “Why would the medical community silence doctors who are trying to save lives?”
They didn’t believe my answer.
So I wanted to interview a doctor who is very highly respected and who is not an “anti-vaxxer” to explain it to them…
He regrets not having done his homework and trusting others when he took the shot. It was only after he looked at the data directly himself, he said the data was crystal clear…
[Dr.] Meryl Nass, like Dr. Marik, has been punished for speaking out.
Meryl Nass explains why most doctors did not speak out against the COVID-19 treatment protocol or even bother to look at the data: they trust the system…
“if [Fauci] creates a standard and that is the standard and you vary from it, if anything happens to your patient, you are liable to the charge of malpractice. If you use his standard and all the patients die, you can’t be sued because that’s the standard of care.”
Authorized based on findings in just a few more than 8 mice (they won’t tell us the exact number) – none of which were autopsied afterward.1I’ve since discovered this Igor Chudov post indicating ten mice were involved. All of whom developed Covid by the way.
That’s how The ScienceTM is done now. As anticipated.2See here and here.
Meryl Nass, MD and Toby Rogers, Ph.D. watched last week’s 8-hour CDC meeting live. Then, with Dr. Brian Booker, they talked the Friday Roundtable‘3Hosted for the Children’s Health Defense by Polly Tommey and Aimee Villella-Mcbride through the:
authorisation process (brace yourself)
implications for national security and airline safety
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