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Charlotte, NC — Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet, holding a medical doctorate, and Dr. Ali Schultz, holding a doctorate in law, published a piece last week detailing how much each medical institute has been receiving per positive tested COVID-19 patient, and it totals in the six figures.
With that, it is clear to see how easy it was for the medical tyranny to take hold. There’s money in this big lie. The incentive is to lie. Who cares that the PCR tests are flawed and were never meant for diagnosis? There’s profit in following the narrative.
The co-authored piece notes that patients in America have become effectively prisoners, which aligns with Ezekiel Emanuel’s “Complete Lives System” which argues for rationing care once you reach 50. Emanuel is a member of Joe Biden’s COVID-19 Advisory Board.
A group of doctors and lawyers have blown the whistle on what’s happening in hospitals across the country. In Arizona, leaked audio of hospital administrators admitting that patients would be deprived, as the standard of care, of food and water while COVID-19 patients would be forced into isolation, or better put, solitary confinement.
And it all started, as Vliet and Shultz note, with the declaration of a state of emergency put in place on March 13 of 2020 and the CARES Act. Additionally, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) openly waived its rules on patient rights.
“The CARES Act provides incentives for hospitals to use treatments dictated solely by the federal government under the auspices of the NIH (National Institutes of Health),” Vliet and Schultz wrote. “These ‘bounties’ must be paid back if not ‘earned’ by making the COVID-19 diagnosis and following the COVID-19 protocol.”
The authors add: “Because of obfuscation with medical coding and legal jargon, we cannot be certain of the actual amount each hospital receives per COVID-19 patient. But Attorney Thomas Renz and CMS whistleblowers have calculated a total payment of at least $100,000 per patient.”
One issue to note with the piece is the partisan headline “Bidens Bounty on Your Life: Hospitals Incentive Payments for COVID-19.” The problem? They accurately note it was the CARES Act and the state of emergency, which occurred before Biden was even the Democrat nominee.
As Brian Shilhavy writes: “While the authors correctly report that most of this funding comes from The CARES Act, which was passed in early 2020 during the (Donald) Trump administration, and which was also used to fund Operation Warp Speed, for some reason they chose to blame Biden for this in their headline. For sure Biden has continued the policies and even made things worse by mandating the deadly COVID-19 shots, but I think it is counter-productive to make this a partisan issue.”
While talking about incentives, the most powerful incentive to break through the tyranny is independence from the system, something Dr. Mary Talley Bowden knows something about.
Bowden had her hospital privileges suspended two weeks ago by Houston Methodist Hospital(HMH) for the crime of spreading “dangerous misinformation.” In other words, she was treating her COVID-19 patients with unapproved treatments by the masters of the medical tyranny.
Last week, however, Bowden resigned from the hospital which recently stated only “vaccinated” people would be allowed into the hospital.
Ultimately, Bowden didn’t need the hospital. She runs her own private practice. She only applied for hospital privileges last year in case any of her patients had to be admitted. She’s treated about 2,000 COVID-19 patients and none of them have had to be admitted to the hospital, according to journalist Emily Miller.
“I’m just fortunate that I’m independent and self-employed. I’ve heard from other doctors who said they would speak up if they could. Some of the doctors are employed by hospitals, so even if they feel the same as I do, they’re not going to say anything because they can’t — they’ll get fired,” Bowden said.
Bowden added: “I am not worried about Methodist. It’s not gonna hurt me in terms of patient care. I only needed it just in case I had to put a patient in the hospital. But I haven’t had anybody in the hospital.”
Regarding the hospital, Bowden said she resigned from HMH because “they’re branding themselves. And it’s at my expense.”
HMH did not inform Bowden directly that it was temporarily suspending her hospital privileges. Instead, the hospital went to the Houston Chronicle to publicly shame her. It also publicly attacked Bowden on social media.
“That is false and defamatory,” Bowden wrote in her resignation letter. “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.”
Bowden added: “I am also not anti vaccine. Although I oppose vaccine mandates on principle, I believe that vaccinations are an important tool in the fight against COVID-19. But as recent experience demonstrates, none of the current vaccines are one hundred percent effective.”
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