Buddy Blank said...
I'm happy they busted that quack.
I'm not. Here they are with nothing much to offer against the massive death toll of CV-19. People are just supposed to stay away from other people for months on end, vast numbers of jobs have disappeared, well over a hundred thousand have died any way, and rising every day. And though they don't have much to offer us, they do have resources to go in with hazmat suits and bust some guy for giving IV vitamin C, which may well be helpful, even extremely helpful, according to the many studies linked to in this thread? And according to the Front Line Covid Critical Care(FLCCC) alliance? This is how they want to help us, by preventing the administration of IV vitamin C?
What they should be doing,
unless of course they want many thousands of needless deaths, is promoting every doc in the country to be looking into giving their CV-19 or flu or sepsis patients a trial of high dose IV vitamin C, along with their drugs hopefully like methylprednisolone, as well as making sure their blood levels of vitamin D are at least 30 ng/ml. But no, they are not doing that, are they?
In fact, they are not even going to mention it, it's almost like they want it to remain a big secret. A concept that might be bolstered by the fact that what they will do is bust some guy who is actually giving the IV vitamin C. Which if that is what he was actually busted for, and not something else(but promoting IV vitamin C seems to be the main publicized reason), that means they have probably actually hurt some of his patients who would have actually benefited from the IV vitamin C.
Now, I have not read all the details on his case. He may be involved in MC fraud or something else and been breaking some other law. But then again, I know a bunch of folks over the years who were accused of MC fraud, and they did not have guys in hazmat suits raid their offices or their practice shut down, they were simply required to legally defend themselves(in court). And, after all, whatever other back up reasons they may or may not have had, the headline reason for the bust was IV vitamin C being given for CV-19 related reasons. And IF
that is the case, the main reason, then shame on them, shame on our government for not only ignoring several non prescript
ion approaches that might help, but actually trying to stop the use of these cheap, readily available, very low side effect, non prescript
ion substances that most likely help a lot. In fact, whatever the true reason for this bust, shame on them anyway for stubbornly ignoring all the many studies on the many cheap substances that probably help. Even including certain cheap prescript
ion drugs like methylprednisolone( especially
when used with IV vitamin C), and hydroxychloroquine( especially
when used with zinc, like you know who did).