Iowa doctors go nationwide to “jailbreak” hospitals for COVID-19 patients

Dr. Molly James will talk about using ivermectin treatment for COVID-19 patients at the Florida Summit on COVID held at the World Riding Center in Ocala, Florida, on November 6, 2021.  As a treatment for COVID-19.

Dr. Molly James will talk about using ivermectin treatment for COVID-19 patients at the Florida Summit on COVID held at the World Riding Center in Ocala, Florida, on November 6, 2021. As a treatment for COVID-19.

Questioning the use of vaccines and face masks in the fight against COVID-19, Iowa-approved doctors treat up to 40 patients from across the country daily and oppose medical treatment from hospitals. He states that he is performing a “jailbreak” that includes pulling away. Advice from other doctors.

Dr. Molly James, who runs a clinic in Shariton, is a surgeon and critical care center trained at Des Moines’ Mercy Medical Center and the University of Minnesota. She practiced in Des Moines, St. Louis, and New York City. Her license has a good relationship with the Iowa Medical Commission.

Much of what James says about COVID-19 It contradicts federal advice on mitigation and treatment. This is a fact she immediately admits.She recently appeared “Tamara Scott Show” A call-in talk show aired by Lindell TV, a video channel created by Michael Lindell, the founder of My Pillow, who has been actively working to spread the untrustworthy allegations of fraudulent voting in the 2020 presidential election.

Scott is a woman on the Republican National Committee in Iowa and has worked as a lobbyist for state legislators for women of concern and family leaders in the United States.

James appears in Scott’s program on January 18, and she and a team of other medical professionals call her “jailbreak” even if the COVID-19 patient is still using bottled oxygen. He said he had arranged for things to be discharged from the hospital. They breathe.

“What we are doing is recommending to the family and preparing to pull out the patient when the patient reaches 10 liters (supplied oxygen), contrary to the hospital’s medical advice.” She said. “We are confident enough in the treatment protocol and know that introducing oxygen into the home environment reduces these oxygen requirements fairly rapidly.”

She recently took him out of the hospital in coordination with an adult family in need of special needs, and said the man was at home and stopped oxygen the next day. Another man was discharged about a week ago and is now “almost oxygen depleted, sitting, eating eggs and bacon, playing with his grandchildren. He’s completely fine.”

During the program, James and Scott also discussed the use of ivermectin and James for hydroxychloroquine in the treatment of COVID-19 in patients across the country. The FDA has not approved ivermectin for the treatment of COVID-19, and states that currently available data suggests that it may pose a risk to some patients. Regarding hydroxychloroquine, the FDA states that the drug has not been proven to be safe or effective in the treatment of COVID-19 and may cause arrhythmias in some patients.

“I’ve heard that the United States Postal Service has instructed agents to stop packages from India that may contain ivermectin,” Scott said. “So is there any way Americans can still get it?”

“I have no problem,” James replied. “My clinic has a nationwide network of pharmacies and prescriptions are filled. It will reach anyone in 3-5 days. So we have a preventive consultation with the patient and I before they need it. It is highly recommended to meet us so that we can get the medicine and they can put them in the cabinet. “

“Expect a call from me after the show,” Scott said.

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3,500 patients treated since September

James also explained to Scott how to use ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine in patients in the early stages of infection.

“At the onset of symptoms, it can be treated with something like hydroxychloroquine, which directly suppresses viral replication. It is treated with ivermectin, which blocks the ability of the virus to invade and replicate cells,” she said. rice field.

A Minnesota woman called and asked, “Should Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine be put in the medicine rack before I get sick?”

“Yes, it should,” James replied.

“Can they contact to set up a pre-interview?” Scott asked.

“They can certainly call us,” James replied. “We are actually busy caring for sick patients and do preventive counseling as a group counseling. That is, basically, sign up in advance, perform an hour zoom, and do your own. Make sure you know everything you need to know to take care of it, and your doctor will check your medical history and send you a prescription. “

upon James’s website, Future patients can apply for a medical examination by clicking the link “I’m sick with COVID-19 and can’t breathe: $ 790” or “I want to prevent COVID-19: $ 290”.

James told Scott that other doctors who take her approach to the treatment of COVID-19 are “targeted” by medical institutions. She told James that after the pandemic, she ran into a problem at a hospital that hired her for her own views.

“I left the hospital,” she said. “Because I wasn’t vaccinated, the privileges were removed, suspended or terminated one by one. I didn’t need it. I had innate immunity from one of the patients.”

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In an interview, Scott discussed the federal government’s efforts to vaccinate all medical professionals in Medicaid-funded facilities in Iowa “although the governor said he wouldn’t.”

James said these Iowa experts need to “unite and fight” federal requirements.

“What they do is eliminate all critical thinkers from hospitals, police and the military,” she said. “So all you have to do is follow the rules or the policies.”

January 11th, James Podcast Steve Deace, a conservative commentator in Iowa, said he was a patient with James and introduced his friends and family to her clinic.

James told Dís that he has been treating about 3,500 patients since September, when he resumed treatment in Iowa, suggesting an average of 30 patients per day. Not all of them were diagnosed with COVID, she said, but they had symptoms. She said one of those patients died and 30-40 required subsequent hospitalization. She said most of her patients were in their fifties.

James also told Death that her telemedicine team had two full-time doctors, one full-time nurse practitioner and one part-time nurse practitioner examining the patient. One day, her team “saw 30-40 sick patients,” she said.

James’s view of COVID-19, and her official statement on gun rights, critical race theory, and immigration, admire her in the conservative media. Regarding the so-called anthelmintic ivermectin, she said, “There is no safer drug on the planet,” she refuses for fear of losing her license, while she prescribes it for her patients. Then he added.

Kent Nebel, Executive Director of the Iowa Medical Commission, I told Iowa Capital Dispatch Last month, the licensing committee couldn’t comment specifically on James, but is currently reviewing complaints about Iowa doctors spreading suspicious information about COVID-19.

The Board respects doctors’ right to freedom of speech, but also recognizes that disseminating false information can affect public health and intersect with doctors’ treatment of certain patients. There is.

James is not responding to messages left by Capital Dispatch to clinic staff.

At the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Emphasizes the safety of the COVID-19 vaccineAdverse events such as allergic reactions, myocarditis, and pericarditis are rarely reported, stating that the benefits of COVID-19 vaccination outweigh the risks.

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One of James’s previous websites Had the domain name – James Clinic said it was a membership-based “concierge practice” for Iowans who were “ready to regain their health.”

Patients are eligible to pay a membership fee and, in return, receive a multi-tiered set of services. “Platinum + Members” provide personal health concierges, functional medical assessments, extended physician availability, undesignated “monthly advanced infusions”, and unlimited treatment in the clinic’s new high-pressure chamber. You have the right to receive it.

according to Clinic websiteTreatment costs for COVID-19 range from $ 290 for those who simply want to prevent the virus to $ 990 for those who have long-distance symptoms of the virus. People who are currently infected with the virus will be charged $ 490, and those who are ill and have breathing problems will be charged $ 790.

One of James’s Twitter posts states: There is no obligation. There is no vax for kids … we are literally killing kids because we are scared of baby boomers. Pathetic. “Another asks,” Where is your red line? Do you have someone wipe your nose every week to work? You get a “sic” market Can you wear it? Jab you? My rights come from God and do not need this nonsense. “

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