Dr. Meryl J. Nasshad her license suspended by a licensing board in Maine after accused of sharing COVID-19 misinformation. She must undergo a psychiatric evaluation. The Soviet Union's manipulation tactics, including psychiatry as a punishment and/or to authenticate its rule, is back.
A doctor with decades of experience can’t practice medicine after her license was temporarily suspended over complaints that she shared coronavirus misinformation, according to a Maine licensing board. The board has ordered her to undergo a neuropsychological evaluation, it said.
Dr. Meryl J. Nass, who got a license to practice medicine in Maine in 1997, had her license “immediately” suspended for 30 days after a board investigation and review of complaints against her on Jan. 12, according to a suspension order from the Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine.
Nass, who is an internist in Ellsworth, must “submit” to an evaluation by a “Board-selected psychologist” on Feb. 1, the board’s evaluation order issued Jan. 11 said. “I have no comment about submitting to a neuropsych exam, except that the board ordered me to do so on shaky grounds,” Nass told McClatchy News.
“The information received by the Board demonstrates that Dr. Nass is or may be unable to practice medicine with reasonable skill and safety to her patients by reason of mental illness, alcohol intemperance, excessive use of drugs, narcotics, or as a result of a mental or physical condition interfering with the competent practice of medicine,” the evaluation order states.
The complaints against Nass include how the board was told she engaged in “public dissemination of ‘misinformation’” about COVID-19 and vaccinations “via a video interview and on her website."
According to the board, other grounds for her suspension include how Nass treated COVID-19 patients with Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine. The board noted that Ivermectin isn’t Food and Drug Administration “authorized or approved” as a treatment for COVID-19 in the suspension order. Ivermectin is used as a parasitic treatment for animals, according to the FDA. “For humans, ivermectin tablets are approved at very specific doses to treat some parasitic worms, and there are topical (on the skin) formulations for head lice and skin conditions like rosacea,” the agency explains online.'''
Additionally, it noted the FDA “revoked’ emergency use authorization for hydroxychloroquine since it “may not be effective” against COVID-19. "Hydroxychloroquine is FDA approved for malaria and certain autoimmune conditions."
Dr. Mary Talley Bowdenis fighting back. Said Bowden during a press conference in Houston, Texas, “Medical freedom has been hijacked by hospitals, big pharma, insurance companies, and the federal agencies.”
“Since state law requires non-profit tax-exempt corporations to provide certain information to the public, Bowden and fellow plaintiff and investigative reporter Wayne Dolcefino requested financial data from Methodist Hospital and its related physician organization in November and December of 2021. They have received no response back.”
“According to the suit filed in state district court Monday, plaintiffs are requesting financial documents detailing all revenue generated at the hospital through the COVID-19 vaccination program, including details about reimbursements or payments from government, insurance companies, and patients. They are also requesting information about any financial arrangements with pharmaceutical companies for COVID-19 treatments.”
During the press conference in Houston, Texas, Bowden also remarked that the public should know whether Houston Methodist has benefited financially for prescribing Remdesivir, an experimental drug pushed early in the pandemic by Dr. Anthony Fauci. The World Health Organization has warned against use of Remdesivir, and studies have shown side effects include kidney and liver damage that can lead to renal failure, but the U.S. National Institutes of Health lists the controversial drug as an approved treatment option.
Additionally, Bowden says the hospital should make public the number of recently admitted COVID-19 patients who were fully vaccinated, how many employees are experiencing breakthrough infections, and how many of “the 2,879 patients who have died of COVID” at Houston Methodist hospitals were denied early treatment protocols.
As Dr. Bowden said: “I want to make this clear, I’m not seeking any financial gains from this or personal gain, I’m simply seeking the truth, which we all deserve.”
Noting that in 2019 Houston Methodist listed $4 billion in assets, Bowden thinks the public should have information on how much those assets have increased, how much the top 10 executives of the hospital are now earning, and information on bonus pay provided to hospital employees since the onset of the pandemic. One non-profit watchdog group reports the hospital’s net assets are now at $4.9 billion.
Plaintiffs’ attorney Steve Mitby told The Texan he expects to succeed in the courts. “I expect we will get these records. It’s state law.”
Bowden, who has essentially transformed her direct care ENT practice into a COVID-19 treatment clinic, has vowed to continue to treat patients and share information on successful treatment of COVID-19 patients.
“We all know that early COVID treatment works, it saves lives, and I’m not going to be silenced, intimidated, or bullied by Houston Methodist, Houston Chronicle, or anyone else who wants to target physicians that question the narrative.”
D.C. rally against Covid tyranny
Dr. Bowden joined Dr. Peter McCullough and other doctors at the rally in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, January 23, 2022.
Thousands of people turned out in Washington to protest and march against COVID-19 vaccine mandates on Sunday, January 23, 2022 in one of the largest U.S. events and protests held against vaccine mandates since the start of the pandemic.
Dr. Robert Malone headlined a March on D.C. Sunday where tens of thousands (if not more) descended on Washington, D.C. to demand an end to the COVID tyranny. He gave an incredible speech for freedom and for true science.
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