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Ivermectin's Mechanism of Action Against SARS-CoV-2 Described (petermcculloughmd.substack.com)

“SHAME on the hospital systems that systematically denied patients (and their begging families) this FDA-approved, Nobel prize winning, wonder drug.”

I was one of those begging family members and know personally several others. I tried to sneak him in some, and he was getting rapidly better, but I didn’t treat aggressively enough because I had to use the horse paste and was afraid to overdo it. YHWH will have to help me to forgive these evil monsters because I cannot in and of myself. I have decided to, as I know how crucial forgiveness is for me in turn, but the forgetting and residual anger may prove impossible.

He had not gotten the mRNA shot (it wasn’t available at that time) so I don’t know how he got the disease, whether by “shedding” or by nasal swabs, or something sprayed into the air…?

Very odd how, even that early on, the local attorneys I contacted regarding all the clumsy, negligent and malicious malpractice events that also nearly killed him told me immediately they couldn’t “touch anything covid-related”. Not even for all that malpractice, leaving the covid portion entirely out of the equation. The only way they could possibly have had such a definitive, hardline stance is that they had ample forewarning.

A charge nurse and the respiratory therapy head were extremely aggressive in trying to push him onto a ventilator immediately following admission “to give his lungs a rest” (bonuses..?). Just before he transferred to another facility, his attending and pulmonologist told me that my fight against that saved his life – no uncertainty or qualifications about it.

Millions of average people have made themselves every bit as evil as the monsters in the name of money and job security, apparently content to put the revolver with the single round to their own heads as well in the process.

What do you think?

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Rosey
Rosey
29 days ago

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myCc4hqN27E

Hard to watch the terrible Jimmy Fallon song but go to 2:21 for the one eye.

These people.

thekwon
thekwon
28 days ago

Recently a client was telling me about how his wife got covid (again) and he didn’t this time although they spent time close together. He said “I’ve been vaxxed to the gills” so they must have done the job.

I said ‘but from day 1 they said the vaccine does not stop transmission – it only mitigates symptoms’. He went totally silent.

It is mind boggling what people choose to hear and what they completely ignore.

This “shedding” things has me concerned. I am constantly touching people who have been vaxxed. Some of them get every one that comes down the pipe lately like shingles, flu, covid, all of them. My one client is 80 years old – has gotten every shot available and has gotten covid 4 times and been hospitalized twice.

I just don’t know what to say to these people. It seems like nothing would reach them.

thekwon
thekwon
28 days ago
Reply to  thekwon

I totally agree that so many people are putting a gun to their own head over fear and are also the crabs trying to pull everyone down into the bucket with them. Sad

thekwon
thekwon
28 days ago
Reply to  thekwon

Ivermectin is especially mind boggling because it’s been used for over 80 years and has no known side effects. How can so many people be deceived so easily into ignoring tried and true – vs getting a completely unproven, risky due to magnitude of intended effects jab because the media and president said so. sometimes it’s difficult to have compassion for so many that fail to use even the most basic common sense.

thekwon
thekwon
27 days ago
Reply to  lgageharleya

Yes a special place. Things are going to get so weird with the innocent but naive swaying to the tune of the piper. Can feel it happening already

Rick
Rick
27 days ago

My uncle was admitted for covid related complications. Had him hospitalized for a while and off the ventilator. My aunt told me they weren’t feeding him, he repeatedly asked her to bring food as he was hungry. At one point he was improving then all of sudden bad again. They intubated him, some short time later he was gone.

Absolutely these hospitals capitalizing on covid deaths. They get monetary kick backs if a person is reported as dying due to covid. Like the elite want proof a person died from it and you get compensation for it. Like a bounty. Many health professionals are killers and bounty hunters for the elite.

Absolutely nightmarish the times we are living in.

Last edited 27 days ago by Rick
thekwon
thekwon
26 days ago
Reply to  lgageharleya

Oh my goodness – that sounds awful. People absolutely need advocates in hospitals especially these days for the reason mentioned above. When hospitals are incentivized for Covid deaths look out – it makes zero sense but people are getting terrible treatment. I’m glad you got him through that – barely it sounds like he was really sick

thekwon
thekwon
26 days ago
Reply to  lgageharleya

Wow that’s quite an ordeal. Being resuscitated that many times in nuts! I bet he had some astral travel / near death experiences. Must have been very stressful coming that close to losing him – your kids dad 🙁
They have picked up spraying around here lately I’ve noticed. All high up way high up. It always precedes a weather event among other things. Sounds like you’re being sprayed with something else

thekwon
thekwon
26 days ago
Reply to  lgageharleya

Had to unplug again for a while – this time of year is always tough as is mid may with mother’s day my bday and her passing happening in a few days of each other.

thekwon
thekwon
22 days ago
Reply to  lgageharleya

@lgageharleya
Thank you for the prayers!
I hope your husband makes a full recovery – where is he in the recovery process? It is unclear to me what his illness is/was.
It’s funny to me they watch you like a hawk at the hospital because you’re trying to help your husband which they didn’t seem capable of doing. I wonder how nurses can fall in line with this behavior – toe the line of poor health care / deathcare.
I figure you treated your mom the way she probably deserved to be treated. When kids act out at their parents it is usually for a very good reason in my experience. You probably knew a lot more about her parenting in a subconscious way which triggered the ‘bad’ behavior toward her.