Reblog: Da Judge Is Playin’ Doctor Now!

I read about this on my newsfeed and, like Jill, I was floored. I was going to write my own post about this, but then I saw that Jill beat me to it. And since she expressed my sentiments on the matter quite effectively, I figured I’d reblog her post on my blog. Take a moment to read Jill’s post.

This one came straight out of my local news channel and my jaw dropped to the floor. A local man, Jeffrey Smith, is in the hospital fighting for his …

Da Judge Is Playin’ Doctor Now!

37 thoughts on “Reblog: Da Judge Is Playin’ Doctor Now!

  1. msjadeli August 31, 2021 / 9:22 am

    Say what!?!? I am copying and pasting my comment from the original post here:
    This is going to have to be challenged in court. Our court system is based on case law. This azzhole is setting precedent with his ruling. If it stands, it opens a floodgate of similar insanity. We already have enough of that going on right now. I’m thinking this will have to be ruled on in Federal Court as I’m guessing the FDA will be having conniptions about now.

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  2. Lou Carreras August 31, 2021 / 9:23 am

    I noticed this the other day, and assumed that the hospital would refuse on grounds of potential mal-practice. I agree that it’s am amazing piece of idiocy, but so much a part of what seems to pass for normal these days

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    • msjadeli August 31, 2021 / 9:25 am

      I hope so! That will get it into the court system to challenge that judge’s lamebrain decision. If they do give the dose, then the burden will probably fall on the prosecutor in the case or maybe the attorney general of the state this is in?

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  3. rugby843 August 31, 2021 / 9:31 am

    Oh my gosh, this is certainly going to open a can of worms!  What a picture too of the judge, an grinning idiot!

    Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPad

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  4. Marleen August 31, 2021 / 11:05 am

    I haven’t read the whole article, yet, but it’s full of ignorance already. I don’t blame Jill. There’s a propaganda campaign against ivermectin (ivermectin doesn’t get billions for a drug company). Ivermectin is actually considered safe for humans (yes, by the FDA); humans are to get it from human doctors, though, not veterinarians.

    Meanwhile, we were supposed to get vaccinated before approval.

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    • Marleen August 31, 2021 / 1:30 pm

      The success of ivermectin in driving two of the most devastating and disfiguring neglected tropical diseases (NTD) to the brink of elimination has been well documented. The drug also bestows immeasurable non-target benefits, increasing the health and socioeconomic prospects of all communities where mass drug administration (MDA) has been carried out. Ivermectin kills a variety of parasites and insects, including the Anopheline vectors of malaria parasites. In view of long-standing MDA programmes, increasing attention is now being paid to the potential offered by re-formulating and re-purposing ivermectin to function as a feed-though mosquitocidal tool. This will provide a comprehensively beneficial weapon, for the anti-malarial armamentarium, as well as for probably improving the impact on existing target diseases. Prospects currently look highly promising, especially as the drug is already proven to be extremely safe for human use.

      There’s a keyword given below the abstract: Feed-through insecticide, which is different from how they spelled it, above (feed-though). I’m thinking it’s supposed to be “feed-trough” but am not a hundred percent sure.

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        • Marleen August 31, 2021 / 2:38 pm

          From the above link:

          Some clinical studies showed … reported shorter time to resolution of disease manifestations that were attributed to COVID-19,25-27 greater reduction in inflammatory marker levels,26 shorter time to viral clearance,21 or lower mortality rates in patients who received ivermectin than in patients who received comparator drugs or placebo.21,27


          …. comparing IL-6 inhibitors (tocilizumab and sarilumab) to placebo or standard of care in adults with COVID-19. Meta-analysis was used to estimate the relative risk of mortality at 28 days between arms, expressed as a risk ratio. Within-study mortality rates were compared, and meta-regression was used to investigate treatment effect modification.
          Results: Data from nine RCTs were included. ……
          Conclusions: IL-6 inhibition is associated with clinically meaningful improvements in outcomes for patients admitted with COVID-19. Long-term benefits of IL-6 inhibition, its effectiveness across healthcare systems, and implications for differing standards of care are currently unknown.


  5. mariamichaela September 1, 2021 / 4:19 am

    Woah! I know we live in a crazy world these days but this is just beyond crazy!

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  6. XingfuMama September 1, 2021 / 5:57 am

    Kind of wonder why they took him to a hospital.

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  7. Marleen September 1, 2021 / 11:42 am

    What seems to be going on (besides the fact that the pharma corporation lobby is quite influential) is that journalists (or talking heads or transcribers) are playing doctor. They don’t ”get” or are ignoring that there is always a warning against using preparations designed for animals. Even pet food made of beef is better for humans not to consume. In the article, below, one can see what was prescribed (human version) for the man; inexplicably (to the point that it seems intentionally misleading), the embedded visual then shows an animal paste in a tube. (I didn’t listen to the sound; perhaps they explained, at this news outlet, what I’m explaining. Good for them if they did some work of their own then.)

    A Butler County judge has ordered a hospital to treat a COVID-19 patient with the anti-parasite drug Ivermectin, a drug known to be used to treat or prevent parasites in animals, despite the CDC warning against it.

    The CDC isn’t warning against ivermectin; it warned against products intended fir animals.


      • Marleen September 1, 2021 / 12:02 pm

        Here is how the article ends; this part is true:

        … the FDA [added], “Animal drugs are often highly concentrated because they are used for large animals like horses and cows, which can weigh a lot more than we do—a ton or more. Such high doses can be highly toxic in humans.”


    • Marleen September 2, 2021 / 10:35 pm

      Joe Rogan COVID Diagnosis Triggers Media FIRESTORM, Creating CONTROVERSY Over Alternative Treatments

      The Hill

      Sep 2, 2021

      Ryan Grim,
      Kim Iversen,
      & Alyssa Farah


      • Marleen September 6, 2021 / 7:50 am

        Joe Rogan Beats the Rona in 3 Days, Legacy Media Freak out

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    • Marleen September 3, 2021 / 12:16 am

      “It can be used off-label; a large portion of prescriptions in the U.S. are off label.” (For example, an erectile dysfunction drug was originally meant to treat the heart; that is not its famous use now. Although… like the famous joke on the “wrong” head, maybe there is confusion about the heart.)

      Is Big Pharma lobby blocking treatments? | Rajiv Malhotra & Dr. Pierre Kory FLCCC


    • Marleen September 4, 2021 / 11:59 pm

      Dr. Darrell DeMello Discusses COVID Outpatient Management (9/2/2021)

      Drbeen Medical Lectures
      400K subscribers


      • Marleen September 5, 2021 / 12:39 pm



        The 2015 Nobel prize for the discovery of ivermectin (IVM) and an antimalarial treatment was the Nobel committee’s first award for treatment agents for infectious diseases since the one in 1952 for streptomycin [1]. A macrocyclic lactone of multifaceted potency [2,3], IVM as deployed worldwide since 1987 has made major inroads against two devastating tropical diseases, onchocerciasis and lymphatic filariasis [4]. During the year since IVM treatment was first applied to COVID-19, another global scourge [5], results from more than 20 randomized clinical trials (RCTs) of IVM treatment of COVID-19 have been reported [2,6,7], with inpatient and outpatient treatments of COVID-19 conducted in 25 countries [2]. A likely biological mechanism has been indicated to be competitive binding with SARS-CoV-2 spike protein sites, as reviewed [8,9].

        Recently, Dr Satoshi Omura, the Nobel co-laureate for the discovery of IVM, and colleagues conducted a comprehensive review of IVM clinical activity against COVID-19, concluding that the preponderance of the evidence demonstrated major reductions in mortality and morbidity [2]. Our review of that evidence, updated with consideration of several new studies, supports the same conclusion.


  8. Marleen September 2, 2021 / 8:46 pm

    Here’s a FULL SET of judge-jury-executioners.

    Cops, EMTs Charged In Elijah McClain’s Death


  9. Marleen September 7, 2021 / 7:26 pm

    “How SILENCED You Were From Expressing Concern {per COVID-[20]19}”

    NEW Docs Provide {additional} Damning Evidence Dr. Fauci, NIH FUNDED Wuhan Covid Research With TAXPAYER Dollars …

    Sep 7, 2021

    … documents that show the NIH funded risky bat[*] coronavirus research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology from 2015 to 2019.

    * BAT (an animal type known to harbor diseases that harm humans)


    • Marleen September 9, 2021 / 5:09 pm


      It’s not just at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, either. Some of this research took place at another lab in Wuhan, which may raise questions as to whether WIV was a red herring in the search for the source of COVID-19:

      One of the grants, titled “Understanding the Risk of Bat Coronavirus Emergence,” outlines an ambitious effort led by EcoHealth Alliance president Peter Daszak to screen thousands of bat samples for novel coronaviruses. The research also involved screening people who work with live animals. The documents contain several critical details about the research in Wuhan, including the fact that key experimental work with humanized mice was conducted at a biosafety level 3 lab at Wuhan University Center for Animal Experiment — and not at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, as was previously assumed. …


      { PETER DASZAK — remember that name }


  10. Marleen September 8, 2021 / 7:44 pm

    Many journalist or publications seen this want to slip in the word “approved” as if it’s the same as authorized (in a sense of emergency).

    I read a new article, today, that another judge changed what the hospital in Ohio should do — based on the prescribing doctor in court saying he didn’t know for sure if the medication would make the patient get well.

    But why the double standard?

    Unlike the COVID-19 vaccines, monoclonal antibody therapy is administered after you’ve been diagnosed with the disease; the goal is to keep high-risk patients out of the ICU. It’s also not a sure thing—if you can get vaccinated, you should, since there’s no guarantee monoclonal antibodies will stop you from becoming severely ill.


    • Marleen September 11, 2021 / 8:25 am

      Oops… more spell-checker-produced typos.

      … journalist or publications seeM tO want to slip in the word “approved” as if it’s the same as authorized (in a sense of emergency).

      Emergency authorization is not actually the same thing as approved by the FDA, even though approved and authorized both start with an “a” and involve interventions and money (they don’t have to involve extra money but the billionaire vaccine czar, Bill Gates, intervened in another way to see to it that Oxford didn’t follow through on their pro-humanitarian impulse).

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  11. Marleen September 16, 2021 / 10:01 am

    A little over an hour ago: Ivermectin in Australia

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    • Marleen September 18, 2021 / 9:58 am

      Yesterday: Idaho crisis, Ivermectin clarification

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  12. Marleen October 1, 2021 / 4:07 am

    Aspiration, more information [and “where do they get” (?) these people who are giving the injections]

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