When things don’t make sense, when something fosters cruelty, death and destruction over kindness and compassion, when the system you work with values profits over life and health, then it’s time to consider the possibility of a Luciferian angle. Read Kerth Barker’s books to understand how very corrupt and controlling, how pervasive and demented the Luciferian element can be. This good doctor sounds truly puzzled. He doesn’t understand we’re in a spiritual war, a pharmaceutical war – and that there’s a very sophisticated medical mafia at work.
Dr. Stephen M. Smith: ‘It goes against all my understanding of medical ethics’
The infectious-disease specialist who briefed President Trump last month on the safety and effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine will no longer be allowed to prescribe the drug to patients at the New York City-area hospital where he has admitting privileges unless it’s done in a clinical trial.
Dr. Stephen M. Smith forwarded to WND an email he received Friday from the leadership of the infectious disease division at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingson, New Jersey. The co-chair of the department, Dr. Lincoln Miller, announced the new policy to physicians, citing the recommendation of the hospital’s Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.
“I have never heard of a hospital doing something like this,” Smith told WND late Friday.
“It goes against all my understanding of medical ethics in research,” said the physician, a graduate of the Yale University School of Medicine and a former research scientist at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases under Dr. Anthony Fauci.
“It’s totally unethical. You are not allowed to steer people into a clinical study,” Smith added. “That is strong-arming people”…