About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

2 Replies to “Houston Methodist doctor who resigned following suspension over controversial COVID-19 tweets …”

  1. @8.16 ‘I tried to get the vaccine to the clinic… I was on board with it… I have nothing against the vaccine… there are alternative treatments…’

    “Dr. Bowden wrote to Methodist CEO Dr. Stuart Solomon that she made her decision because the hospital accused her of spreading “dangerous misinformation.”

    That is false and defamatory. I do not spread misinformation and my opinions are supported by science. There is substantial evidence for the efficacy of Ivermectin in treating COVID-19, and no evidence for serious or fatal side effects associated with the doses used to treat for COVID-19.”

    “I’ve written here and here about her efforts to get Ivermectin to her patient Sheriff Deputy Jason Jones. His wife Erin filed a lawsuit against Texas Health Huguley Hospital to allow Dr. Bowden to administer the medication.

    The hospital currently has a stay from an appeal court to stop her until the appeals court rules on the lower court’s order to allow “right to try” for Jones.”

  2. Corporate officers are being paid large sums of money and/or threatened to get them to intimidate employees to take the shots. I don’t about her employer but I know about where I am a subcontractor.

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