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Aug 14, 2023·edited Aug 14, 2023

I spent a week in the hospital in August 2021 with severe covid. Everyone I dealt with in the hospital, and I mean EVERYONE, asked about my vax status and a few even implied that it was my own fault for being in the hospital. It was insane. And this was in addition to my own family members telling me for months how "selfish" I was being before I ever got sick.

Anyway, once I was released and mostly recovered, I went back for a followup with my pulmonologist about six weeks later (who was still wearing a mask and sitting 15 feet across the room) and he encouraged me to get the shot. I asked him why, now that I had actual acquired immunity and he just kind of stuttered and said, "Because you really should!"

I haven't seen that clown since. It was very clear at that point that he had motives other than looking out for my well being.

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JR, according to every thing I read currently (Dr. Jessica Rose) The unvaxxed are Much less susceptible to other secondary illnesses. Good thing the hospital protocol didn't kill you!

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I'm lucky because I was also given Remdesivir during my stay and my kidneys didn't fail. I had no idea at the time and no one told me it was a risk.

FWIW, the thing that turned me around - rapidly - was the convalescent plasma. I was out of the hospital within four days of getting my first dose. I also think my Vitamin D / Zinc / Quercitin regime helped as well.

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https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/convalescent-plasma-therapy/about/pac-20486440

Interesting. I had never heard of this. antibodies donated by others!

Wondering: Was YOUR D/zinc/Quercitin regimen started by you and before the infection or instigated by your physician?

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No, I had heard a “bad” (ie non-conformist) doctor recommend the regime on the radio several months before.

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Vladimir Zelenko, M.D. (RIP) was a Hero!!! There are, of course, Others…Jedi Masters. Everything including the kitchen sink was thrown at him; yet, He did not surrender. Ed

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What is convalescent plasma?

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Bingo! To this day, I am on a preventative protocol. Had it “good” 2/2020. That was “fun”. Ed

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Aug 14, 2023·edited Aug 14, 2023

Joke is on the incentivizers like BCBS. Now they get to pay for all the vax injuries.... And since there really aren't any vax injuries according to the authorities, BCBS et.al. can't say "nobody forced you to take that experimental drug, so we are not covering your problems from it".

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Nope. What will happen is that they will deny paying for anything that costs very much. They will try to get you to take the cheapest things and if you are old, (which I am), they will hope you die off. That is my opinion. I worlked for an insurance company as a nurse. They wanted me to deny everybody and harass the doctor. I would not, and that is why I didn't work there for very long. That is the same reason, I did not last long as a research nurse. I've been a nurse for over 40 years.

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I fought insurance companies (doctors and nurses) for 5 years (that was my job). I never lost once. Ed

Edit - Ever written an 11 page medical report? The attorney involved was like, “Damn”.

Edit Again - There were three “doctors” in Houston that hated my guts (I made them look stupid repeatedly and for ALL to see). I was taught by the Best…I like to sandbag and Dang good at it…Sorry, you lose. Primary diagnosis…“Iatrogenic Damage through the denial of reasonable and necessary Healthcare”. Have Fun With That. 🏴‍☠️

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Nice layering of indisputable probable cause.

They ought to know by now that just because they operate under the guise

of "The Assumptions of Correctness", Does not mean they are "CORRECT"!

We have folks like you, that willfully remind them of total "INCORRECTNESS"!

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I love that you won.

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I don’t like to lose. Ed

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Its not so much what they are going to *try* to do, everybody knows that. Its the box they've now put themselves in that smart people will use against them that matters.

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I had two Moderna COVID-19 vaccines at the VA Asheville, NC facility.

Several months later I came down with a fever of 103.8°F during which I felt I was dying, and was taken by ambulance to a local emergency room where I was diagnosed with active COVID-19. Besides IV fluids and acetaminophen, no other treatments were administered. I was discharged from the ER that same late afternoon.

So, in my situation, getting the vaccines didn't help prevent my getting sick with the SARS-COV-2/COVID-19 virus. I feel fortunate, though, I haven't developed any adverse drug side-effects to the vaccines, yet!

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It’s wonderful news you lived through that. Our two pastors, not vaxed .. not out yet nearly died. Remdesivir and vent ICU. A church prayed. Miracles .. short coma and then recovery. Steve, athlete and strong partial brain function loss and mechanical movement limited one side.

As the VAX came out… he dutifully requested all of campus to do so. If not,

Wactch service on line. JR, glad you were firm!

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This is beyond my comprehension. I cannot even imagine. I also cannot believe the numbers. I have been in a full neuromuscular examination for 1-2 hours, in a relatively small examination room, with shall we say patients whose person hygiene was “not good”. Even with that, They were ALWAYS treated with respect. Ed

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Kudos to you for standing your ground. Always follow the money! I had similar experiences seeing my doctor but I never got COVID even though about 5-6 times I was in contact with someone who later got it a day or 2 later. Early research I did including discovering Robert Malone, Peter McCullough and Alex Berenson covinced me it was a scam for money and nothing else, except mass murder!

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I just want RFK Jr to get elected and Dr Malone to be appointed to a position of power to do something about these crimes. I know. Let me dream. Because:

Imagine being the person who’s life is destroyed by myocarditis and finding out- you were sold for 50 bucks.

The term ‘human trafficker’ comes to mind.

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Dr. Malone might also fit in well into the Trump administration, in the event RFK, Jr. doesn't get elected.

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Yes, and Vivek too. I hope I am spelling his name correctly. Trump should of hired Rorbert Kennedy Jr. I think he knows now that he was getting horrible advice. He very angry.

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Hindsight, though...

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In My Humble Opinion, Vivek is a used car salesman (a bad one). Hard Pass. Ed

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We the American Taxpayer, paid for these Incentives. Our Government is not to be trusted ever again.

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They don't care about trust, but don't forget to file your taxes. That reminds me, what's the status of the 80,000 IRS agents that Comrade Biden authorized? Wait, who's that knocking on my door...

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Those 87,000 IRS agent to hunt you down and make you pay, Comrade. LOL ;P

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What you say is true, but there are many that escaped any side effects, and they will. It's like they still can't admit that our government would give bioweapons to citizens for purposes of genocide. It's insane!!.

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It's really a very simple choice to make when you have abandoned the Hippocratic oath, thrown critical thinking to the wolves, and consider informed consent to be a stale anachronism.

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A few years ago Heather Heying told the story of going back and forth with her doctor trying to push the covid shots. Multiple times she called them out on misrepresenting benefits and safety claims. Each time the doctor hit a dead end they would quickly pivot to the next talking point.

Learning more about the financial motivations makes it easier to understand the behavior. Normally getting caught even once over such a serious matter should have stopped the conversation and caused them shame. Instead they were shameless.

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Yes, part of the payment deal was probably that they not discuss the vaccines, or injuries thereafter, other than to say, "They're safe and effective."

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This information is so important for the average Joe to know! The truth behind these dealings amounts to a hideous amount of wagging the carrot of potential large sums of money. It seems like the whole of the "health" industry is so used to these Incentives that they don't even blink an eye to the energy of greed and harm done. Mass brain-washing (also known as mass formation). I will again spread the info...

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Maybe the term average 'Tom' or 'Harry'.

It could be physicians have become accustomed to receiving perks from Big Pharma for the number of prescriptions they fill. I sat in my Doc's office about 20 years ago for my appointment. 45 minutes went by and the only ones getting in were women totting brief cases. After an hour I told the receptionist I had to get back to work. She just nodded as I followed a pharma rep out the front door. No all doctors are like this I will admit.

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Or they are drug dispensers. Had sciatica attack bad enough to merit an m.r.i. and referral to a surgeon. He (1) wanted to do a laminectomy and (2) sent me to a pain control specialist for pain relief. That guy did steroid injections that gave absolutely no relief (finally begged off the surgery and returned to the old reliable physical therapists who got the condition to tolerable). While at the pain clinic my wife said it was like a revolving door with folks coming in and leaving with rxs. Makes you wonder.

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I think that since the 1990s all they learn in med school is matching a patient's complaints against a list of suggested prescriptions. About 10 years ago I had an out patient surgery on the back of my right arm and was sent out with a prescription for pain meds. I filled it and took an ibuprofen later that evening and threw the prescription away when I was packing to move three years later. It was Oxycotin. Dispensers is a very good description.

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My wife and I have had that happen frequently...dentists too. Morphing into vicious circle area. A while back a lot of noise about how medicare docs not rxiing enough pain relief for their patients. This bumped into reports about addiction to oxycotin.. Seems no thought involved about docs being allowed to do the best for their patients. They must be led by the nose by X or Y

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There have been two instances just in the last couple of years where an irate male, former patient, had entered the doctors office or hospital where his doctor worked and killed him. One killed himself afterwards if I remember correctly. Both of them were back patients and blamed the surgeon for the constant pain.

Trump's admin got on the pain meds are bad bandwagon and it appeared perhaps medicare was going to punish docs that prescribe certain drugs like Oxycotin. So many people are in real pain and need these meds. Dennis Prager's step sons lost their father to suicide after his doctor said no more meds. The autopsy showed that the surgeries performed on his entire digestive track after a fall from a ladder did not correct or actually left so many adhesions he was lucky he could even eat/digest. He was living in real and severe pain.

You are right about Obama care requiring any one who treats a medicare patient to follow all of medicare's protocols or they won't pay.

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Shelly, I agree about the need for pain meds. especially for a terminal diagnosis. What, you're gonna worry that they could get addicted? Terminal is the key word.(and maybe not, there are other terrible kinds of pain) They kill horses, don't they? And yet, stay as conscious as possible for the exit out of the body. My mother, when she was dying, we were a team. I whispered, go now! when the nurse went for a hypodermic. She left within seconds.

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I thought about the name, Joe has become a swear word. ):

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It does so appear

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The average Joe knows. They're the Trump people who have insiste he pay attention to the injuries.

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Aug 14, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Is the term medical ethics on the road to coming an oxymoron? I feel for physicians who actually practice medicine rather than advanced economics

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Even before Covid I have seen some pretty careless doctors who were in it for the money only.

Fortunately they used to be in the minority. Now I think they are being abused to push the jab by their licensing organizations.

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I know they are. And then deny doing so

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I understand that an insurance company might cooperate with the government to incentivize a medical procedure for which it would received reimbursement from the government. But why would the insurance company promote a medical procedure that would cause injuries for which it would have to pay as medical claims by its injured insureds? Didn't Anthem/Blue Cross/Blue Shield have the same concerns that we "vaccine hesitant" people did? Or were there other ways the insurance company saw to profit despite the prospect of increased medical claims?

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A really good question. My guess would be that pharma is making some significant side payments to the insurers, on or under the table. Also, folks within the insurance company who understand the risks are discouraged from speaking up.

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Been wondering the same thing. Maybe so heavily invested in pfizer they figure those profits will overpay losses but that seems a big reach to me

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Could you possibly address the question without being insulting?

All those things you mentioned are downstream of the vaccine injury claims that insurers would have to pay. Yes, insurers would try to maintain their profitability with subsequent adjustments, some of which you suggest. But why would they take initial losses and invite the trouble to recoup? Doesn't add up.

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Before 2021, most physicians would still be pro vaccine. You are totally brainwashed regarding this issue in medical school, the value of being vaccinated (and the risks ignored) is not even reconsidered. and you have so many other things to think about. When you add money, and incentivize what the majority of healthcare workers would’ve considered, still, a positive health action at that time, i.e. get vaccinated to protect you and everybody else, it makes a very strong barrier?, mental block ? to change. I mean come on, I’m getting paid to do the right thing for my patient right? It’s hard to overcome. I’m only saying I can understand why, especially at first. Not later of course. Up to this event, most providers would welcome honest debate regarding the best way to care for someone.. It became clear pretty quickly that these injections were not helpful or beneficial, and were just the opposite. And the fact that all healthcare, worldwide, and most of all my own government, including the CDC, FDA and NIH failed (outright lied and manipulated us) in their primary duties is a deep betrayal. I was trained in Emergency Medicine. When I think about the lives that could’ve been saved, if we have been at the forefront of handing out early ivermectin, HCQ, telling people to load up on their vitamin D and C, instead of telling them to get shots that cause auto immune disorders, cardiovascular and clotting complications, and stay home til they can’t breathe then putting them on Remdisavir to promote kidney failure and a vent to further pulmonary failure, and isolating them to add loneliness and depression to the mix, and shutting down any conversation about treatments outside the narrative ... I want to weep.

I was horrified as clinics that I respected and providers that I knew developed such blinders. I guess I would still prefer to think they were clinging to that slippery slope that they were still doing the best thing for their patient, and not just doing it for the money. Probably dumb of me.

I’m grateful God mostly removed me from clinical practice before this happened. I did prescribe IVM and HCQ protocols thru an online clinic for a bit. And I did get a letter from my specialty board, essentially threatening me. I don’t know how they even found out I was prescribing. Fortunately, I was able to tell them I no longer desired or required their certification. I suggest Dr.McCullough and Dr Marik do the same and give them the middle finger. Maybe NBPAS is an alternative.

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Aug 14, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

My primary care docs office called multiple times to encourage getting the jab.

Every pharmacy voice recording also pushes hard, obviously getting bonuses too.

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Every time I called the auto refill line at my Pharm I had to listen through a three minute recording about when and how to get your vax at the Pharm. They were doing that prior for the regular flu shots. In the largest town next to mine, the two building that were set up as jab centers were boarded up at the end of 2022.

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It is approaching flu vax season in DoD and there is some concern that they are going to combine the flu with COV (without explicitly stating that is what you're getting)...just curious what the status of a combo "vax" might be?

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in advanced development, nearing deployment under current administration is my best guess.

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GAH.

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NEVER....

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Why even bother? The efficacy for last year's flu vaccine was approximately 16%. Plus, every year it is a guess as to which viral strain will be most prevalent. You're much better off using a product such as Cofixrx viral nasal spray (a combination of betadine & xylitol) at the first signs of a respiratory infection. Or, you can make your own. Betadine comes as a 10% solution. It needs to be diluted down to a 1% solution using sterile, distilled, or saline solution. For every (1) tsp of betadine, add (9) tsp of your chosen dilutant. If it stings, simply dilute it a little more. You can spray both your nasal passages as well as the back of your throat (don't swallow). It will kill 99% of whatever viral, bacterial, or fungal material in these areas. Plus, keep your vitamin D3 level between 60-80ng.ml. That should keep you in good stead. Stay away from nearly anything our federal health officials & agencies recommend. They do not have your best interests at heart.

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Some credit Putin for ending covid, as covid mostly vanished from headlines when the Ukraine narrative took over.

I think covid shots should be similarly credited for the end of long-term safety testing for the vaccine industry.

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Aug 14, 2023·edited Aug 14, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Just to understand better, the government buys vaccines for 5-10$ of dose, then pays physicians per vaccine administered 50$ and also bonus. The government then pays media companies, to promote this product and pay compensation to bussines, which had to close so the vaccine can be introduced.

So basically government pays everyone to do this. Where they take money for it? And of course my question how this can be legal, when you push single product. If they would promote iPhone this way or Walmart would that be also legal?

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rancid government

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We are now past the time when government was responsible to the people. As one reporter put it, the democrats have moved from being the peoples party to the party of the Elites. Those with the most wealth will rule the US. Not sure if the Republicans are any better.

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Aug 14, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Yes, Dr Malone, this KY payment info you've posted is really needed to point out how the madness mushroomed. I had the same pushes as others here are describing from my physician. In the end, being late sixties, I was able to refuse the covid jab but I got the pneumonia vax- 2 parts-and of course caught pneumonia several months later for the first time in my life. Never caught symptomatic covid--who knows if I got asymptomatic- or had a mild un-ided case--stayed with prophylactic "horse paste" throughout.

Reposting this for those that may have missed it--I think it is a big deal. WI Senator Johnson comes thru.

"Sen. Ron Johnson Says Pandemic "Preplanned By An Elite Group Of People" Who Conducted "Event 201""

https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/sen-ron-johnson-says-pandemic-preplanned-elite-group-people-who-conducted-event-201

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Aug 14, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Many friends and associates have died or been maimed from these incentives. The 'scum' who collected from and administered the programs, for each injury and death, they need to be held responsible and pay.

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Aug 14, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Sadly disappointing that highly educated professionals can so easily fall victim to the carrot and stick. They must be grappling with the demons now justifying their newfound, I’ll begotten wealth with excuses along the lines of “there was no reason to believe that these injections would cause harm”. Wouldn’t want to be in their shoes right now.

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Aug 14, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

The wheels of the US and global economy will fall once all the Covid bribe money dissipates! We can thank all the inside players who knew how the Covid con would be administered to the masses!

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