USA: Bizarrely as it may sound, the wife of one of the patients that were surely going to die, was forced to smuggle Ivermectin inside the hospital.
“Physician Assistant Scott Miller pleads with a doctor who works in a hospital’s intensive care unit, urging the health practitioner to provide a woman’s critically ill husband vitamins, Ivermectin and other life-saving treatments that are withheld from Covid patients in medical facilities across the nation,” Gateway Pundit ringed the bell in their official report.
“The doctor, whose identity this publication has redacted, refused to provide the patient Ivermectin, but assured Miller and the distraught wife on the secretly recorded phone call that he would provide the patient supplements, including Vitamin D and Melatonin.”
To save her husband’s life, the wife, who requested her identity remain anonymous, resigned to circumventing the team of doctors who refused to abandon murderous CDC protocols. With Miller’s assistance, she was able to “smuggle” Ivermectin and vitamins into the hospital to give to her dying spouse, sparing him from the lethal ventilation procedure.
by Ava Garcia
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