FDA just lost a historic ivermectin lawsuit — so when will FDA officials be arrested and charged with manslaughter for denying lifesaving treatments to Americans?
03/29/2024 // Lance D Johnson // Views

During the covid-19 scandal, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) routinely interfered in the doctor-patient relationship, withheld life-saving information and suppressed efficacious treatments for covid-19 and other respiratory illnesses. In misleading the public, the FDA placed pressure on medical boards and waged war against doctors who effectively treated their patients for covid-19. One of the treatments prescribed by doctors – but demonized by the FDA – was ivermectin.

Texas court cracks down on FDA and HHS officials

In a historic case, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Galveston Division ruled against the FDA and struck down their war against ivermectin. As part of the settlement, the FDA agrees to take down website and social media posts that warn people not to use ivermectin to treat COVID-19. The defendants in the suit include U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra and Dr. Robert Califf, acting FDA commissioner.

Dr. Mary Talley Bowden, Dr. Paul Marik and Dr. Robert Apter – three American heroes who fought back against the FDA’s bullying and censorship – proved to the court that the FDA acted outside of its authority. They were represented by Boyden, Gray & Associates.

Bowden, Marik and Apter proved that the FDA “unlawfully interfered” with doctors' ability to practice medicine. The FDA directed the public, including health professionals and patients, not to use ivermectin – even though the medication is approved for human use by the FDA.

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The ruling stops the FDA from acting as the ultimate authority over all doctors and medical professionals in the nation. FDA officials share a sleazy relationship with the pharmaceutical industry and favored certain drugs as a one-size-fits-all mandate for the entire medical system.

With this ruling, the FDA is no longer allowed to ban off-label use of particular drugs like ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine. The agency is no longer allowed to advise patients to take approved drugs. The FDA should have listened to medical professionals who worked meticulously and tirelessly to treat covid-19 patients. Instead, the agency went to war against them and mocked and/or blacklisted their treatment protocols.

Will FDA officials be charged for manslaughter?

In 2022, U.S. District Judge Jeffrey Brown dismissed the case, claiming that the FDA has “sovereign immunity” that protects them from civil lawsuits. When the case got to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans, the verdict was overturned. The September 2023 ruling confirmed that the FDA did exceed its authority under federal law. The ruling states that the FDA is “not a physician.” While the agency “can inform,” it has “no authority” to recommend that consumers “stop taking medicine.”

Marik said the ruling, “is a major win because it’s saying that the FDA can approve drugs, but they can’t interfere with the patient-physician relationship.” “They can’t determine … what drugs physicians can and cannot prescribe,” he added.

Because of the FDA’s war on ivermectin, doctors lost their licensees, pharmacies refused to dispense ivermectin and immune-compromised patients were left with no efficacious treatment plan.

The FDA’s suppression of efficacious treatments and further acts of censorship and malice were ultimately used to expedite the emergency use authorization of covid-19 “vaccines.” In fact, in order for “emergency use authorization” to be enacted, there had to be no available treatments for the target infectious disease. The FDA played a critical role in favoring specific drugs and forcing untested and ineffective mRNA experiments onto the population.

With this ruling, the “pandemic” curtain is peeled back. Censoring treatments, separating families, isolating patients and forcing covid-positive patients onto remdesivir, sedation and mechanical ventilation has been revealed as a fraudulent protocol of mass medical error and wrongful death.

Now, will FDA officials be charged for manslaughter?

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