FDA Now Claims It Never Tried to Prohibit Ivermectin as COVID Treatment

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The FDA is now arguing in court that it never prohibited doctors from prescribing Ivermectin as an “off-label” COVID treatment. Do they think no one would save the tape? As more and more young and healthy people start dropping dead from the COVID shots this year, they’ll probably soon start telling us, “Well, it’s not like anyone forced you to take the shot!”

Groups of doctors in numerous states are now suing the federal government. Lawyers representing the defendants are making the ludicrous claim that the FDA was only making a recommendation when it told them to not prescribe the life-saving drug. That’s certainly not how doctors were treated throughout the pandemic.

The FDA sent out an advisory to doctors in March of 2021 called, “Why You Should Not Use Ivermectin to Treat or Prevent COVID-19.” That seems pretty straightforward, doesn’t it? State attorneys general and medical boards across the country treated it like a dictate.

The New York Attorney General, Letitia James, took time out from her Trump Derangement Syndrome to send nasty letters to doctors in other states. Jennifer Wright is a clinical director in Florida who is allowed to prescribe medications across state lines. When James found out that Wright was saving the lives of New Yorkers with Ivermectin, she blew a gasket.

Wright received a letter from Letitia James claiming she was going to fine her $5,000 per violation – and James cited the FDA advisory as the reason for the threat. The letter said the FDA only allows Ivermectin to be used for “parasitic worms and head lice and skin conditions like rosacea.”

Doctors in other states lost their licenses to practice medicine for prescribing Ivermectin, which actually works to protect many patients from severe COVID. Some were fired from the hospitals where they worked. Doctors are now suing the government in federal court in Texas, stating that the FDA interfered with their ability to treat their patients.

Twitter got in on the action as well, by censoring doctors who tried to report that Ivermectin actually works to prevent serious illness and death from COVID. The FDA then took to Twitter and mocked doctors and individuals using Ivermectin.

When podcaster Joe Rogan quickly brushed off COVID with a course of Ivermectin and other off-label drugs, the FDA tweeted, “You are not a horse. You are not a cow. Seriously, y’all. Stop it.” Leftwing media reinforced the FDA by claiming that Ivermectin is “horse paste.”

Multiple doctors are still under investigation in some states, such as Colorado and California, for saving the lives of patients with Ivermectin. Doctors in Pennsylvania, Mississippi, Texas, Arkansas, and Virginia were all fired for prescribing Ivermectin. Dr. Mary Bowden was fired from Houston Medical Center for tweeting about the positive benefits of Ivermectin. She’s one of the doctors suing the government now.

Bowden says she had an awful time prescribing Ivermectin for patients, and the cause of that problem was the FDA:
“The FDA was the key creator of these hurdles when it launched a social media campaign stating that ivermectin is dangerous and only for horses. When faced with a lawsuit, the FDA now claims it was merely making suggestions—suggestions that have threatened my ability to practice medicine and more importantly, interfered with life-saving early treatment of COVID patients.”

The FDA mandate also caused pharmacies to refuse to fill Ivermectin prescriptions for patients. Can you think of any other instance in modern history in which pharmacies got in the way of doctors treating patients like this?

The reckoning for the nasty treatment that doctors, patients, and everyday Americans went through because of the FDA and the Biden regime is only just beginning. They prohibited cheap and effective existing treatments to benefit Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson so they could push the vaccines as the only way to save everyone. And we shouldn’t let them try to pretend otherwise.