The Globe has interviewed many practicing physicians over the last 17 months since California Gov. Gavin Newsom first locked the state down, ostensibly because of the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The common thread in the information the physicians have shared is not only the distrust in the flawed PCR COVID tests which provided millions of false positive tests, but also their questions about why hospitals were not allowing them to treat COVID patients with therapeutic medicines.
A recent lawsuit (below) filed by Dr. Michael deBoisblanc covers these very issues. Michael deBoisblanc, M.D., was the Medical Director for the only trauma center in Contra Costa County, which was operated – profitably — by John Muir Health. Dr. deBoisblanc raised concerns and complaints about the wisdom and bases for the County’s continuing lockdown order, the lawsuit says. The Globe reported on Dr. deBoisblanc’s requests to John Muir Hospital.
The lawsuit explains:
In 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) published its deeply researched findings and recommendations concerning “Nonpharmaceutical public health measures for mitigating the risk of epidemic and pandemic influenza.”1 (“2019 pandemic report”). Similar to Covid-19, influenza (the flu) is a virus that causes acute respiratory illness. Similar to Covid-19, it is spread through contact, aerosols, and respiratory droplets. Dissimilar to Covid-19, influenza spreads easily from children to adults.
Even in the case of a severe pandemic, the WHO did not recommend contact tracing, border closures, entry or exit screening, or quarantining exposed (as opposed to sick) individuals. (pp. 15-18). It “conditionally recommended” – based on “very low” quality evidence – avoiding crowding, as well as workplace and school mitigation measures. (Id.) The 2019 pandemic report also stated: “school closure can be considered in severe epidemics and pandemics,” but “the adverse effects on the community should be fully considered (e.g., family burden and economic considerations), and the timing and duration should be limited to a period that is judged to be optimal.” (p. 16). “Workplace closure should be a last step only in extraordinarily severe epidemics and pandemics.” (p. 17).
This goes a long way to explain that there are many anomalies and cover ups in the diagnosis and treatment of COVID.
Another physician recently explained to the Globe additional concerns:
As I research the delta variant, it is becoming more clear to me that the current vaccines will soon be rendered obsolete.
The delta variant has numerous mutations on the spike protein.
The spike protein is the only protein on SARS COVID 2 that the vaccines work against.
When a person gets the actual infection, they are immunized against many areas of the virus, but only one protein/area of the virus for the vaccinated. Therefore all previously infected people still recognize the delta variant as COVID whereas the immunized do not. That is why you are seeing tremendous breakthrough infections in the vaccinated.
Therefore it is increasingly unethical to force people to get the vaccines as the efficacy wanes, yet the risks remain.
Practicing physicians continue to raise valid concerns not just over the PCR COVID tests, but the push for mandatory COVID vaccines. This physician clearly explains the concerns.
The Physicians have also noted, “masks are are not important outside as they do not stop aerosolized viruses,” and “lockdowns clearly don’t work.”
Gov. Newsom has tried to convince the public that only a zero risk standard is acceptable in dealing with COVID, but this is impossible with a virus. And not one California reporter has questioned him about it. Fortunately many sincere physicians continue asking all of the right questions.
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