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Are mainstream media, politicians, doctors and big pharma actually guilty of being accomplices to murder?  As the fake pandemic is continually hyped by msm and promoted by the CDC and others…are we really witnessing the murder of hundreds of thousands of people?  Is this apparent culling of a “waste” population being performed right under our noses?  And promoted endlessly by these actors to maintain a high level of fear in the population and to profit?

What if what we have been told is not true?  What if…..

Keep in mind that no one has isolated any such virus.  As a virus has never been isolated and identified, how could anyone possibly determine that “mutated” strains are appearing?

John Leckrone and Marti Oakley will be discussing this concept and many other issues tonight as we take a look at all that is going on.

Who Is Your Doctor?

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April 2nd, 2019

Who Is Your Doctor?

by: Jane M. Orient, M.D.

People used to know who their doctor was. His name and phone number were on the wall or the refrigerator next to the telephone. He was there for you and could manage most of your problems.

When I was about 13, my mom took me to our pediatrician for belly pain. He was on his way out the door, but he stopped to take care of me. He diagnosed appendicitis based on history and physical examination. He called his favorite surgeon (“Billy,” a Tucson legend), who came from the golf course to meet me in the emergency room. Within hours, my red-hot appendix was in a jar. My parents paid the hospital bill ($150—10 days’ pay for a construction laborer) as I was discharged a few days later.

Today, the patient with abdominal pain could wait for hours to see the ER provider—possibly a nurse practitioner or physician assistant who had never seen a case of acute appendicitis. She’ll probably get a CT scan, after another wait. Eventually, Dr. On-call may take her to the operating room, hopefully before the appendix ruptures. And the bill will be beyond the means of ordinary people.

I used to be able to direct-admit patients from my office and send them with a set of orders to the hospital admitting office. For years, this has been impossible. The hospital is decidedly unfriendly to independent doctors. There’s now a gatekeeper in the emergency room, and most patients are under the control of a hospitalist. More

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