A Judge Stands up to a Hospital: “Step Aside” and Give a Dying Man Ivermectin, by Mary Beth Pfeiffer

Hospital unable to justify its ban on Ivermectin.

STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC

This is medical barbarism. From Mary Beth Pfeiffer at rescue.substack.com:

A Chicago-area judge saved a grandfather’s life with the single question that exposes hospitals blocking doctors from using a safe, FDA-approved drug: Why?

Sun Ng at Edward Hospital in Napierville, Illinois, where officials refused, until ordered by a court, to administer life-saving ivermectin for covid. (Photo by daughter Man Kwan Ng as submitted to the court.)

Sun Ng, a retired contractor from Hong Kong, traveled to Illinois to celebrate his only granddaughter’s first birthday. He got covid and was near death in a Chicago-area hospital. All other options were exhausted, but the hospital refused to give Mr. Ng a generic, FDA-approved drug with an extraordinary safety record that a doctor believed could safe his life.

Finally, a judge asked the right question about ivermectin.

“What’s the downside?”

Put another way: If a man is dying of covid…

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3 thoughts on “A Judge Stands up to a Hospital: “Step Aside” and Give a Dying Man Ivermectin, by Mary Beth Pfeiffer

  1. They are trying to kill all of us off. We know that. But what kind of sick assholes are they, that they want to see us suffer so much, while doing it? May the rot in Hell, which even Hell is too good for these people. And the Dr.’s are supposed to save lives, I can only wonder exactly how much they are paid for each life.
    Thanks for posting, very good article. Can’t believe it has not been censored offline yet!

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  2. Pingback: A Judge Stands up to a Hospital: “Step Aside” and Give a Dying Man Ivermectin, by Mary Beth Pfeiffer — The Most Revolutionary Act – The BlackRobed Mafia

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