Maine: You can kill someone for your health, but not advise safe and peer reviewed medications

First, please read this story over at Summit News

MIT-Educated Doctor Ordered to Undergo Psych Evaluation After Prescribing Ivermectin

Medical license suspended for posting COVID “misinformation.”

An MIT-educated doctor who prescribed COVID patients Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine had her medical license suspended and was ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.

Maine’s Board of Licensure in Medicine voted to pull Dr Meryl Nass’ medical license for 30 days after accusing her of circulating “misinformation” about COVID-19.

Health officials asserted that Nass “constitutes an immediate jeopardy to the health and physical safety of the public who might receive her medical services” as a result of her procuring anti-viral drugs to treat COVID.

The medical board voted to suspend Nass after receiving just two complaints that she was posting false information on her blog and on Twitter.

A doctor informed the Maine board of how he was contacted by the son of a patient who claimed his father was “borderline delirious” and “not doing well” after being prescribed Ivermectin by Nass.

Nass also self-reported to the medical board when she admitted obtaining Hydroxychloroquine by falsely claiming her COVID patient was suffering from Lyme disease.

Then, please read this story over at Death with from September 19, 2019

The Maine Death with Dignity Act went into effect today. Maine is the nation’s ninth jurisdiction with a death with dignity statute.

A signature-gathering effort by the Christian Civic League for a petition to repeal the Act failed the day before, eliminating a threat to implementation of the law. Starting today, Mainers are now able to die the way they want: without suffering, in peace, and with dignity.

Mainers like Cyndie Rogers, who has been sharing her story and the wish to die using the law in state and national media. Or Len Freeman, who simply wants Mainers to have “the end-of-life choices they want and need.” Or Val Lovelace, the fearless leader of Maine Death with Dignity, whose tireless work, sleepless nights, and her perseverance above all made this law possible.


A couple of medications that are so safe and common and old, that in most tropical countries are available at corner stores, and where the most populous state in India beat Covid without vaxx or patented medicines beat Covid using these two meds, if they are prescribed by an American doctor to no risk to the patient, can get the doctors licence pulled. Licence pulled and the doctor put into Soviet style psychiatric observation for disagreeing with the state narrative, as we saw with Dr. Mel Bruchet in Vancouver.


A patient asks for these drugs, the doctor prescribes and the patient is denied, the doctor is censured and maybe destroyed, and the pharmacist in most cases won’t fill the prescription, allegedly in the interests of patient safety.


If that sick patient asks to be put to death, yeah thats ok.

Thank you so very much Dr. Anthony Fauci, and all who work with him on these insidious plots to destroy everything that thousands of years of classical civilization has built for us.

H/T Xanthippa.

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  1. MEDPAGE TODAY – Maine Physician Suspended for COVID Misinformation

    — Licensing agency says Meryl Nass must undergo neuropsych exam for her claims about COVID vaccine

    The Maine Board of Licensure Wednesday ordered the immediate suspension of the license of a physician accused of spreading false COVID-19 information and, in a separate order Tuesday, ordered her to undergo a neuropsychological evaluation by a board-selected psychologist.

    The 30-day suspension order said that Meryl Nass, MD, an internist in Ellsworth, made a number of false COVID claims in a video interview and on her website, and that allowing her to continue to practice “constitutes an immediate jeopardy to the health and physical safety of the public.”

    “The information received by the Board demonstrates that Dr. Nass is or may be unable to practice medicine with reasonable skill and safety to her patients by reason of mental illness, alcohol intemperance, excessive use of drugs, narcotics, or as a result of a mental or physical condition interfering with the competent practice of medicine,” the Tuesday order said.

    State documents also allege that Nass lied and said a patient had Lyme disease when they did not in order to get that patient a prescription of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) for COVID.

    In addition, documents state that Nass has indicated she “did not intend to comply with masking and vaccine orders,” that the federal government “won’t let us find out” how many people are immune from less severe or asymptomatic cases,” and that the government is keeping important information about COVID immunity from the public.

    Nass believes the federal government’s urging that all eligible individuals receive COVID vaccinations “doesn’t make scientific or medical sense,” and that federal officials are trying to justify “vaccine passports” to “mediate your financial transactions (and) will identify where you are any time,” the orders say.

    The state agency alleges Nass claimed that “there may be things in these vaccines that the government wants to inject in us,” and suggested that vaccinations of children are being encouraged “for some other nefarious reason.”

    Nass acknowledged that she believes HCQ, which has been shown to be ineffective against COVID, does in fact work, but that the government requires patients to sign consent forms for its use that are “designed to scare patients from using a safe drug that works well for COVID by making false claims.”

    And, state documents allege, she acknowledged lying about her patients’ medical treatment in order to administer the ineffective HCQ.

    In one of her responses to the board, Nass said she tried to treat a patient who became infected with the COVID virus but couldn’t find a pharmacist “willing to dispense the drug. I was eventually forced, when the pharmacist called a few minutes ago and asked me for the diagnosis, to provide misinformation: that I was prescribing the drug for Lyme disease, as this was the only way to get a potentially life-saving drug for my patient.”

    In a Zoom meeting with members of the Maine state legislature, Nass acknowledged that “I lied and said the patient had Lyme disease and so the pharmacist dispensed the medication only because I lied.”

    Nass did not reply to a request for comment about the board’s orders or about her discredited beliefs regarding COVID, COVID vaccines or COVID treatments.

    The Maine licensing agency’s disciplinary action against Nass is among several increasingly issued around the country pursuant to a Federation of State Medical Boards recommendation that doctors who spread misinformation regarding COVID could be jeopardizing their ability to continue practicing medicine.



    HER BLOG :

    Medicine under Attack: A Conversation with Dr. Meryl Nass

    This story is about Dr. Meryl Nass, a brilliant and courageous human being and a top medical doctor whom I had the honor of interviewing recently and who is currently under attack in a way that I thought was only possible in my old Soviet homeland—before my time.

    It is really strange. Like, really really strange.

    Dr. Nass’ mainstream credentials are impeccable. Here is an excerpt from Dr. Nass’ pre-COVID bio:

    Dr. Meryl Nass earned her BS in Biology from MIT and her MD from
    the University of Mississippi in 1980. She is known for
    expertise in anthrax, bioterrorism, anthrax vaccine and Gulf War
    syndrome. She identified the first modern use of anthrax as a
    biological weapon, which occurred in 1978 during the Rhodesian Civil
    War. She has testified for seven Congressional committees on
    bioterrorism, vaccines, the anthrax letters and Gulf War syndrome.
    She has consulted for the Director of National Intelligence and the
    World Bank on the prevention and mitigation of bioterrorism.

    Despite Dr. Nass’ top qualifications and expertise, her impeccable career, her history of being one of the top medical experts in the area of bioterrorism and epidemics, and her recent successes in helping COVID patients, her medical license was recently suspended—and—she was ordered to undergo a psychological evaluation (!!!), based on complaints from strangers about “spreading misinformation” and daring prescribe ivermectin and HCQ. That is insane. The complaints did not come from her patients or their family members. It’s the apparatchiks who are going after Dr. Nass because she is (A) effective—and (B) fearless.

    Now, let’s get very human and serious. Salon-type debates and snarky remarks about horse medicine are all fun and good—to some people, anyway—but if one were to actually find oneself unable to catch a breath or in great pain as a result of COVID (whatever it is, and wherever it came from, and whatever factors can make it worse), Dr. Nass would be one of the few doctors in today’s surreal medical environment who would have the guts to be a real doctor and not an expensive walking algorithm in a white coat—a real doctor using her expertise and her heart to help the patient survive. When things get personal and physical, snark falls off real fast.

    And by the way, no one is saying that either medicine is a panacea. Panaceas might not exist in this world at all. What I am saying though is that when the creative spirit is murdered and the algorithm is allowed to take over medicine for any reason (benevolent or malevolent), actual people suffer and die.

    Notably, Dr. Nass concluded as early as March 2020 that the pathogen came from the lab. She also suggested back then that that the now notorious Nature study “proving natural origin of the virus” was either ghost-written or heavily “guided”—and her theory was later strongly supported by Fauci emails.

    Dr. Nass was also the one who broke the story about the use of near-lethal dosages of HCQ in WHO-sponsored studies. Dr. Nass talks about it in the interview and shows how it could not have been a mistake. You can read about the entire saga here.

    (Pair that with the promptly accepted and as promptly retracted Lancet study that was so fraudulent that it could be on display next to the dictionary definition of “fraud”— and it becomes very hard to explain the situation with simple chaos and ignorance.)

    Dr. Nass also talks about the uncomfortably high plausibility of euthanasia of the helpless elderly. In our lifetime. On our watch. In this world.

    And despite all the darkness of what we have to deal with today, our conversation is about kindness and hope.

    Dr. Nass is a hero.
    Without further ado, here is the interview.

    UPDATE: Since YouTube removed the video in less than 5 minutes after I posted this article, I uploaded to Rumble.
    VIDEO :

  2. DR MERYL NASS – My side of the story, and the Constitutional protections that I believe are being abridged by the Misinformation Witch Hunt

    The Constitutional amendments I have excerpted below are the premier law of the land. States and state agencies are not allowed to abridge these rights, which have been granted to all US citizens. However, my state’s Medical Board is trying hard to abridge them. The Board has apparently realized they do not have the evidence to convict me of anything, so they are now going on a fishing expedition, asking for a list of every patient I have seen during the past six months, and much more.

    The reason my story has gotten so much press is because the Board ordered a neuropsychological evaluation of me–which leads to mandatory reporting to a national physician database, and makes my case accessible to the media.

    Since the Maine Medical Board wanted to “out” me publicly, I feel no compunction about telling my side of the story to the public, and I will continue to do so.

    For those who feel there must be a fire where there is smoke, and that I may in fact be a danger to my patients, I would like you to know my history and the facts as I see them. I was probably one of the safest and most careful physicians in the state:

    1. There has not been a single complaint to the Board by a patient in this case. Not one.

    2. I have never been accused or charged with malpractice, in 41 years of practicing medicine.

    3. I have only ever had one complaint to a Medical Board, about 15 years ago, and the complainant apologized to me after the investigation, once he learned my treatment was excellent. The Board found in my favor then.

    4. I am well known for successfully treating very challenging cases of chronic, undiagnosed illnesses.

    5. I am listed in Who’d Who in America and Who’s Who in the World for my accomplishments, which included the first scientific analysis of an epidemic that proved it was due to biological warfare.

    6. I have spent most of my career trying to serve patients who were ‘left behind’ by the prevailing medical system. This included soldiers being forced to receive a dangerous anthrax vaccine, and those who were injured by it; veterans with Gulf War syndrome; patients with chronic fatigue syndrome; with Lyme disease; and patients with puzzling illnesses that other doctors were unable to diagnose and/or treat. I pivoted my practice to focus on the best care of COVID precisely because other doctors failed to prescribe treatments that would keep the vast majority of patients out of the hospital.

    7. I charged a one-time fee of $60 to treat COVID–this included as much treatment as needed for no additional cost. I am flabbergasted that the Board is criticizing my charting of many text messages, phone calls and emails, and calling them “telemedicine visits” as if each one deserved a history and physical. Don’t other doctors chat briefly with their patients outside the office any more?

    I spoke to patients nights and weekends, and made brief notes of these many encounters, which I think is exactly what other doctors do. The Board has tried to turn my exemplary care of patients and one missed phone call (the doc had left the hospital when I called back) into a charge of negligence. And then into a charge of cognitive decline or psychiatric illness.

    It seems that if you do not support vaccinations that the CEOs of Pfizer and BioNTech have now deemed practically worthless, and you treat patients with usually effective, legal medicines like ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, then you must be stopped, whatever it takes.

    And what about the patients who want their COVID treated with methods other than those prescribed by the NIH of Tony Fauci, Francis Collins and Lawrence Tabak,* all of whom conspired to cover up the lab origin of COVID and furthermore ‘take down’ the esteemed physicians who wrote the Great Barrington Declaration? In other words, unindicted criminals are responsible for our government-authorized COVID treatments.

    What is the Board doing to serve these patients?

    The Board wants to cut off these patients’ access to cheap, safe and effective COVID medicines, and deny them any choice. It even wants to cut off their access to treatment information.

    I do not intend to roll over while the Board trashes the First Amendment, imposes government-designated medical care on patients, and destroys the sacred bond between patients and their physicians.

    Meryl Nass
    *Tony Fauci is the Director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Francis Collins just stepped down as the Director of the National Institutes of Health. Lawrence Tabak is the current Acting Director of the National Institutes of Health. All three are shown in numerous emails to have covered up the role of the NIH in funding research in Wuhan through a pass-through organization, created a fake scientific paper designed to kill the lab origin hypothesis (without disclosing their role), and worked to get articles published to destroy the Great Barrington Declaration and its 3 prominent authors. Fauci has also perjured himself to Congress on multiple occasions.


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  3. Pills that won’t kill you and pills that actually kill you, is a decision for a doctor trying to prevent harm.

    When a doctor conforms to the script set by governments and big pharma and patient in front of them be damned to take it or leave it, then that doctor is very, very rich.

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