09/09/2021 / By Franz Walker
Conservative attorney Thomas Renz continues to discuss the problems with how hospitals are addressing the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on his show Lawfare on Brighteon.TV. Being a lawyer, he can only really approach these from a legal perspective.
To gain more insight into these problems from the point of view of someone in the medical field, Renz has invited his good friend, Dr. Bryan Ardis, on his latest episode of Lawfare. Here, Ardis says that American doctors are prevented from thinking critically about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Taking to Renz, Ardis discusses how the problem with today’s doctors and healthcare professionals is how they aren’t able to think critically. He blames this on the American education system, which instead simply teaches them to select the “best” option out of multiple ones presented to them.
“The American educational system has taught you how to nail down a series out of of a possible four,” he stated. “Since when does life occur in multiple-choice questions?”
This lack has prevented American doctors from thinking critically and making their own decisions about how to treat COVID-19 patients. Instead, they end up relying on what has been passed down from so-called medical “authorities.”
“There it is obvious that medical doctors are being restricted in their ability to use critical thinking, bedside education, and clinical experience to make decisions on behalf of their patients that they’re seeing that are sick with COVID-19 or any infections or any diseases,” he continues.
“It’s really quite disgusting.“
That said, Ardis points out that there have been doctors like him who have “stood up over the last year and a half against a tyrannical model.” But he also points out that it’s hard for doctors in hospitals to stand up, as they remain employees of these same hospitals.
“They are not independent,” he points out. “Their actual salary is extended to them from their hospital administrators and they are being told you will follow this horrible genocidal protocol of remdesivir, [vancomysin], myosin and dexamethasone that is proven to cause acute kidney failure leading to pulmonary edema, or fluid building up in your lungs.”
Ardis points out that this treatment has caused patients to drown, but that doctors are being told to call it “COVID pneumonia.”
“It is not they’re drowning your loved ones to death on their own fluids by causing acute kidney failure in a proven cocktail of drugs known to cause acute kidney failure in multiple organ failure in five to 10 days.”
Ardis then explains how it’s not just hospitals that are shutting down alternative COVID-19 treatments in favor of those approved by so-called “authorities,” such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). He points out that pharmacies, such as CVS and Walgreens.
He says that these authorities are effectively threatening pharmacies to tell their employees to not fill any prescriptions for medicines they haven’t approved.
“They can tell pharmacists ‘do not fill these certain early treatment proven protocols for COVID-19, for the flu, do not write or fill prescriptions of hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin which had been FDA approved for  years in respect to hydroxychloroquine.'” (Related: Why is ivermectin STILL not being prescribed for covid?)
These and other actions by authorities are keeping Americans from getting access to possible lifesaving treatments for COVID-19 and other diseases. Everyone from doctors to pharmacists is being strongarmed to prescribe only a limited number of treatments, some of which actually do more harm than good.
For more on how the American medical system is failing COVID-19 patients, tune in to Lawfare with Thomas Renz, every Tuesday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.
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