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I hope you will explain this further. I don't see this settlement as a victory worth having given up an opportunity to force the FDA into full disclosure in a trial; and to prevent them from doing the same thing again later. Instead, you have showed that they have stated publicly that they disagree with the plaintiffs' claim. You might be expecting the public to see through this act, but the pro-vaxx dipshits in my community won't.

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I agree and disagree. The reality (per the lawyers) is that the lawsuit would have dragged on for years, discovery would not be what hope it would be (remember they are corrupt and they lie and we probably would never have "discovered" what we really wanted to), and so all felt this was the most optimal result..

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I wish this could have shared more clearly in all the chest beating articles claiming a huge victory, which ignored reality for more propoganda. I have had enough from those you expect to lie, I dont want it from those claiming to be truth-tellers. I expect they felt they won this, and the settlement will have kittle ling term impact. This saddens me.

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and if the MSM stays true to form, they won't even report on this.

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Oh, the MSM is helping the FDA use this opportunity to DOUBLE-DOWN saying they still don't recommend ivermectin for covid19 because "there's no evidence" that it helps and can even be "dangerous". So, they can still lie about ivermectin, they just can't tweet about it. ☹️ These people are evil-spin doctors. 👿

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yeah, it's so infuriating! no evidence? What a bunch of lying liars. Have they ever looked at this? https://c19ivm.org/

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Beyond evil ..SATANIC!

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SO its up to us , the public , to ENSURE that everyone we know gets informed, of the facts about ivermectin that could have been used to save THEIR covid suffering family members and others from hospitalization and death and that we were all lied to about the drug simply to ensure that the poison jabs got EUA round the world . This kind of legal affirmation of the wrongs does ring true even with the blinkered. Share and share, type out the links and leave the notes on every car in every car park in your neighbourhood - I reckon if only 1% look it up the network if it rings true expands that number exponentialy eventually. thank you again to the FLCCC. it was the impassioned speech by Paul or Pierre in a hearing in the US parliament back in ?2020/21 that made me start to question and read, and decide.

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I have to agree with you, green_dog. I have mixed feelings in saying this because I care so much about Dr. Kory, Marik, etc., and how they feel about this lawsuit. However, you are completely correct, as I see it. I'm an attorney (retired), and a "win" should have at least included discovery. Very disappointed. The additional attorney fees needed to continue the case through discovery were going to run high, but that is something every Plaintiff should know at the outset, especially in a suit brought against the U.S. Government.

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I agree and disagree. The reality (per the lawyers) is that the lawsuit would have dragged on for years, discovery would not be what we hope it would be (remember they are corrupt and they lie and we probably would never have "discovered" what we really wanted to), and so all felt this was the most optimal result..

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Thank you for your reply, Dr. Kory. I wrote in a Comment awhile back that I thought this particular suit with **our doctors** as the *Plaintiffs** against the U.S. Government, was not what I would have recommended. I did not spend a great amount of time litigating, personally, - I did most of my work in Prosecution as a patent attorney, - but I prosecuted, sometimes against, our government's Patent, Trademark, and Copyright office, and I evaluated and worked on lawsuits brought by corporations to determine either the validity or the invalidity of patents that had been granted by the U.S. Government. I wrote that I felt that a suit brought by *our doctors* would have been better brought against medical licensing boards, and against their directors *personally,* and/or against medical journals and against their directors, personally,* because these entities and their directors/editors, in particular, would be more intimidated by a lawsuit, and have less money to use to fight a lawsuit, than would our government.

Discovery in lawsuits, even brought against the government, can, indeed, be very fruitful. It just depends on some factors that I did not feel our doctors had to help them, one being enough money. Attorney Generals, such as those that are well-funded in certain states, can bring effective lawsuits, but even with all the money and attorney manpower that Texas AG Ken Paxton has, it's difficult. He was on Tucker recently, and I was very impressed with his courage in his attempts so far in bringing suits against our government regarding the vaccines. They have come against him personally, and professionally, but he seems determined.

What I'd be interested in, regarding Ivermectin, is if you could present the removal of the Ivermectin FDA comments in a few months to some pharmacists who had refused to fill Ivermectin prescriptions, (not big CVS pharmacists, but some smaller ones), to see if they will (now) fill Ivermectin prescriptions. You don't have to write about that, but you could, if you find out that some of them are (now) willing to fill them.

I so greatly respect you, Dr. Marik, and our other doctors, for the sacrifices you have made, and your determination to see this work through. I just didn't think this particular strategy would pan out well. But, perhaps it will, when pharmacists realize that they can no longer point to the FDA material, to refuse to fill Ivermectin prescriptions.

Most Sincerely, Jennifer Jones

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Very insightful comment!

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Thank you for your reply. I understand that the process is arduous and uncertain, and that the boots on the ground have a much clearer perspective on the issues. I'm sorry I don't have the resources to have supported the long battle.

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The legal industrial complexes are rotten to the core. I believe that you got the best results available without a blood in the streets revolution. Congratulations and thank you for everything. You and a few others have cojones of steel! It should be pointed out that other countries did much better, some much poorer than the Natostan countries.

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Thanks for your work. They don't really know that do they (what would come out of discovery). That's the whole point of discovery.

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From what Paul told me today, the lead lawyer said specifically that the FDA will simply claim many of the communications were telephone calls. Note that this firm has a long history of suing regulatory agencies, I am not a lawyer and trust the firm. They felt this was the best result, as discovery would not have been as rewarding as we would hope, and that this result would have been the same as if we won in court, there were no monetary damages requested, we were just trying to get the FDA to stop doing what they were not supposed to be doing. And now they must stop.

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If the end result is only that they took down the tweets, that is even more harmful. They should have admitted their wrong doing and posted a follow up on each tweet. Instead you had them delete it which erases history and only helps cover up their wrong doing, when people look for the evidence in the future.

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True and wise observation. Public apology and retraction and labeling of the posts would have been a good minimum threshold.

The settlement indicates "All materials will be archived, as required by federal law" but they will be hard to find and likely with no reference to the settlement.

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Thanks for your response and good works. I hear that. I also don't see how it is the 'same' as there would have been a lot more leverage from a win in court, especially as they have not changed their position one iota. I'll stand by my statement despite the firm's dissuasion and speculation about discovery. All the best.

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Precisely why the legal challenges going on in Costa Rica through the "Interest of Justice" group is even more important as it directly challenges the use of the "vaccines" as safe and effective; it goes beyond legitimizing treatments such as Ivermectin as important as that victory was!

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I agree with Dr. Kory's comment below and strongly disagree with the one above. We do not have the time and resources to drag this one battle out for years because our fates will be decided before then.

We cannot afford to go all out to win this battle overwhelmingly at the cost of losing the war.

As an additional aside, I would advise all readers to recognize "black propaganda" - those comments coming from purported friends - who "care so much" about us and display prominent credentials, yet then provide a message that denigrates and demoralizes. I discuss this more in the following post:

https://justusrhope.substack.com/p/telling-the-good-guys-from-the-bad

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I do NOT and DID NOT issue "black propaganda," and your accusation is not appropriate, nor a wise idea.

Reread my lengthy Comment, and perhaps you will better understand what I said.

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"We do not have the time and resources to drag this one battle out for years because our fates will be decided before then. We cannot afford to go all out to win this battle overwhelmingly at the cost of losing the war."

Yes, I have said this in a prior Comment. This is why, as an attorney, but IMHO, this suit had some problems at the outset.

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Exactly the key is "the additional attorneys fees run high" yes and the federal govt doesnt care about its citizens and the deleterious termitic effect of unlimited money printing. In other words TPTB are trying to bring it all down!

They are bleeding us "WE THE PEOPLE" DRY!

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It's a wake up call to the public. They can't trust the homocidal AMA, FDA, MSM, CDC, WHO...nor any 3 letter agency that is in such positions of power.. Full Stop.

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The majority of the public will continue snoring.

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And voting for the bad guys...

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I agree 100 %

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Agreed. As part of the settlement, the FDA should have been forced to post a retraction to all of their evil, intentional deception and furthermore, stated all of the amazing uses for Ivermectin. Anything less and all those manipulated by their original posts will always believe the lies.

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I want to know, "Why did our doctors settle?"

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This is a part of the learning curve; now we know how they play their part of the game.

Funny how they stayed away from Quercetin. A friend, who's a practicing ER Doc of 30 yrs, recommended a 1x daily to 2x daily mix of Quercetin (with C and Bromaline) NAC, Zinc, and D3 to suppliment their patients immune systems and tame those unruly virons. I also noticed from my observations and conversations with my customers (I was an essential service provider at the time), that O- blood type folks seemed less concerned than other blood types.

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This is true. But, see my reply above to Dr. Kory.

Yes, Dr. Zev Zelenko, may he rest in peace, successfully saved many lives using zinc, and quercetin, I believe, as a zinc ionophor (sp?). He actually was called in to, and did, treat President Trump in the fall of 2020.

I, too, have heard folks speak of the blood type advantage. Also, that smokers, oddly enough, had an advantage, because of nicotine in their system.

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Thanks for saying that Green Dog. This is pure Bovine Manure.

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Take the W and Celebrate a huge victory

Then we move on and push for MORE and Bigger Outcomes

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To me, a huge victory would have been to require the FDA to publicly announce that their guidance on ivermectin was wrong; for them to clearly state that its use against COVID-19 is supported by multiple scientific studies; that their policy was determined by politics and corporations, not science; to have revealed the internal machinations which determined the FDA's initial handling of ivermectin and hydroxychloroquin.

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sic 'em, green dog! 100% agree.

People died because of the FDA/CDC/NIH/BP

People died, many more were injured, and justice MUST be served.

And as you noted, the FDA is STILL lying about Ivermectin (and the gene therapy, and many other Covid therapeutics). They need to be PUNISHED to the fullest extent of our laws. NO MORE SETTLEMENTS, WE NEED DISCOVERY!

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Open your eyes green-dog. Do you really believe that the FDA under the cabal's supervision, supported by the CIA that they will do this one day?

We are at war. They want to kill us. Those behind all this are american citizens, so if you want to do something good ask them why they do this to us for money?

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I didn't suggest that any of the conditions of a "huge victory " are realistic; just pointed out some of what to me would qualify such a win.

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One step at a time is all it takes to get you there. - Emily Dickinson.

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When will the FDA official/officials that produced that tweet be held personally accountable for the likely thousands of people they harmed or killed by discouraging the use of the lifesaving drug ivermectin? These are not mistakes. They literally killed people with their “overreaching” advice. These are crimes against humanity and MUST be dealt with accordingly or they will happen again.

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Will never admit,unless on his/her deathbed (one of the arguments back in the day for letting & encouraging women into medicine was that they were kinder, gentler, and more humane and ethical. Well these episodes blows that argument all to hell—as if the legalization of abortion hadn’t already done that). At least they will pay forever in the afterlife and far more,harder, and longer than we can ask or imagine.

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NUREMBERG 2.0 incoming...

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Which country will host it? Starting from the top down, they're all in on it. I don't believe it will ever happen. And even if it does, hopefully, it's more effective than Nuremberg 1.0. Thousands of high-ranking Nazi officials escaped to South America (with help from the Italian and Argentinian govts and the Vatican) and 1600 others (plus their families) were brought to the US and employed in our govt (Operation Paperclip). Many say it is that remnant's offspring and influence that continued on in the US, setting the stage for our current times.

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Gitmo is one. Trump beefed it up for such a time as this. Equipped for geriatric prisoners since many will be there for life.

Each branch of our military has detention centers for tribunals. Some are court martials at sea (eg USS Nimitz) in international waters, prison barges are set up, and each country is conviening tribunals of their own. Civilians can be tried in military tribunals if their crimes are severe enough. There are International Courts of Justice, and an International Tribunal for Natural Justice, formerly presided over by Chief Justice Robert David Steele (there might still be "ITNJ Judicial Commission" videos on youtube if they havent been wiped). Mr. Steele was a CIA agent the press accused of being a Conspiracy Theorist. I believe he is safe in witness protection now.

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GITMO isn't a country. And since the US DoD/HHS are literally the ones who are responsible for the military "prototype countermeasure" dishonestly called a "vaccine", I think it's highly unlikely that they'll be prosecuting themselves or anyone else for demonizing and withholding ivermectin. Do you follow Sasha Latypova and/or Katherine Watt on Substack? Sasha's gone through the legal contracts between the US and Pfizer - how the USDoD used the OTA (Other Transactional Authority) to contract for a "prototype countermeasure" (NOT a pharmacuetical product) and used the EUA (Emergency Use Authorization) that doesn't require clinical trials or data collection and doesn't require GMP (Good Manufactering Practices) (the reason why there was so much difference between batches and vials) to hide what they were doing. The FDA really played little role besides providing cover with the fake "approval of Corminaty" and being a distracting mouthpiece. Legally, it was out of their hands (countermeasures ordered not pharmaceutical products). Katherine has found the laws, regulations, acts and EOs that were put in place to allow this "prototype countermeasure" (a bioweapon called a vaccine)to be deployed - LEGALLY.

Art and Due Diligence -Sasha Latypova

https://open.substack.com/pub/sashalatypova/p/department-of-justice-admits-pharmaceutical?r=r7n8z&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web

Bailiwick News

https://open.substack.com/pub/bailiwicknews/p/american-domestic-bioterrorism-program?r=r7n8z&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web

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I didn't mean it was a country, just one of the locations currently holding tribunals and carrying out sentences.

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You mean MILLIONS of people harmed!

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I was fortunate in that I watched Malone and Kirsch on the Darkhorse Podcast advising against the "vaccine", though I doubt I would have used a product rushed to market knowing what I knew about Big Pharma. It was Dr. Kory and the FLCCC that put me in contact with a physician that prescribed IVM for me, and for that I am forever grateful. Myself, my wife and 2 daughters used it, early in the cycle, and all were better within days.

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Exactly the same for me, I somehow saw that video back in the summer of 2021 and when I heard how the absolute risk reduction was approx 1%, it was game over. Injecting yourself with an unknown to potentially stop or mitigate something with the infection fatality rate of a mild/moderate flu made zero sense....so of course the government-medical complex wanted to mandate it for 330 million people. Masking, social distancing, lockdowns, the shots - EVERY damn thing the CDC recommended was 100% WRONG. These are America's best and brightest? More likely, America's best bought and paid for.

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Absolutely correct.

So what was the FDA and CDC'S motive? Population reduction?

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My hero's!!!! Great work of courageous and ethical physicians. This is a bright light in a dark world. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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THANK YOU a thousand times over!! God bless you for fighting so hard for truth and freedom!

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Thank you so much Dr Kory for fighting the good fight for us.

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Awesome Job!

This settlement is helping to blow the lid off the anti-cancer effects of "horse paste" as well... https://eccentrik.substack.com/p/horse-paste-a-major-cancer-killer

Could we be witnessing the beginning of the end of Big Pharma's cancer industry?

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From your lips to God's ears... the tidal wave of truth has begun!

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I just tried to present your date and information , Dr. Kory , to the lead attending of internal medicine 3 years ago , fell on deaf ears and residents as well . I hope one of those captured idiots comes forward , speaks up and stands up . Thanks Dr. Kory

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BYOB, I hear ya... Even since before Covid, I found that you couldn't teach "attendings" new stuff (rare exceptions). I always felt that it was arrogance and ego - they were "all knowing" and were the best at what they do so if you tried to teach them a better or more effective way it was somewhat "humiliating" to them because it forced them to have to admit they were not all-knowing and someone was "better" then them. Thus it was much easier and more comfortable to critique the new info or method or the person bringing the info as naive or gullible and not thoughtful enough to discern "the truth" behind new data or information. So they would near universally dismiss it with random nonsensical critiques of the study design or methods. Infuriating. However, I found that residents and students were not that way AT ALL. But then once they got their "attending" halo, something happens to them psychologically

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Thanks Dr. Kory … notice how tumor board and case reviews went bye bye during covid and actually never got started back up again .

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Captured because they were paid, there isn't a chance they will come forward.

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Residents need to step up , they got nothing

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Well, except their lives can be made a living hell by those in power over them.

If many would band together, that would help.

And yes, ultimately each of us must choose to live by our values more than by expedience. Hell or no.

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Yes I sure understand, the one resident I knew well , was hell bent on getting his sub specialty and told me to not speak out .

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I find the worst ones are most infectious disease docs … heck they don’t even believe in zinc let alone ivermectin !

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Fun fact: even before Covid, as a doc who ran ICU's and had to deal with a lot of consultants who participated in the care of complex patients in the ICU, I could not stand ID docs.. endless testing with use of massive amounts of anti-microbials, scared of their own shadow and every pathogen that exists. I have worked with like two truly brilliant and impactful ID docs in my career (maybe 3?).

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I agree Soul on a journey. When I talked to one of them regarding Ivermectin, she told me that was nonsense. She also bragged how much money she was making on all the consultations she had in the hospital. These people sicken me .

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Sorry to observe this as I think you guys do great work and appreciate what you do. FDA wins. Doctors win nothing. Lame. ‘..,the spokesperson said. “FDA has not changed its position that currently available clinical trial data do not demonstrate that ivermectin is effective against COVID-19. The agency has not authorized or approved ivermectin for use in preventing or treating COVID-19.” ‘

I don’t know what was accomplished if the FDA is only agreeing to remove some posts and web pages but doesn’t have to acknowledge publicly the support in so many studies for ivm effectiveness and safety, and make a public retraction of their prior guidance. Unless I missed something, by all appearances they haven’t changed their position. Perhaps they can make new posts and web pages? Disappointing.

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It establishes legal precedent, which can be cited in lawsuits and class action suits. Budging this global monstrosity even a micron is huge. True, it is like Andy Dufresne in Shawshank Redemption, falsely accused, staying up all night digging a tunnel with a teaspoon for twenty years, and hiding the digging behind a poster of Rita Hayworth, but many have fallen trying to fight this leviathanic beast, and it just rolled over them and went on destroying humanity. This is a win in this world.

Luckily, I didn't put my fist through my computer watching that clip of that horror of a human being lying through his spinelessly sadistic teeth, like he's Napoleon of the health world.

Congratulations for the win to all who fought.

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What legal precedent ? A settlement out of court is not a legal decision. No amount of spin can change that. FDA admitted doing nothing wrong. “FDA has not admitted any violation of law or any wrongdoing, disagrees with the plaintiffs’ allegation that the agency exceeded its authority in issuing the statements challenged in the lawsuit, and stands by its authority to communicate with the public regarding the products it regulates,”

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You discount The Court of Public Opinion? It proves the "crazy conspiracy theorist" were right once again. People don't need any other agency to rule on something that's been proven to them to be corrupt. Especially in a life-or-death situation. The damage is irrevocable.

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I agree with many of the comments and admit the same in my post - it was not a total victory but it was a victory in the court of public opinion as you write. As I wrote above, a lawsuit would have taken years and the lawyers felt that discovery would not be what we would hope it would (i.e. because they lie, cheat, hide etc). I think of it as a victory because I believe the single greatest danger to society is the inexplicable and continued trust by the majority of the public in our captured agencies. The public has to learn to be more skeptical and questioning. This settlement, IMO, makes the FDA look bad to the public and if it creates more "skeptics" questioning the edicts and actions of those agencies, society will become healthier and literally, lives will be saved.. I have been in this war long enough to know that "total victory" is impossible and instead, I look for "little wins", trying to save one or more lives at a time.. the opposition simply has too much power and controls of the levers of society. We can't save everybody but we save as much as we can or will listen..

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I agree this was a monumental victory for our side! What we have witnessed with many of these comments is an infestation of deep staters - controlled opposition commenters designed to demoralize - who minimize or devalue the result which anyway you describe it must be viewed as an overwhelming victory. The case was initially DISMISSED by the judge. It took no less a legal superstar than Boyden Gray to win the appeal against a deck stacked against us. And we won. And we will ultimately prevail. For those commenters who minimize this phenomenal result - and you know who you are, shame on you. If you cannot say anything positive, please refrain from comments that help the other side.

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Ad hominem, untrue insults, and telling people to shut up is not a valid response. There are those of us who support FLCCC work and the good docs, with real money and shares, while expecting more when they go on the mat. I look forward to when the spin stops and more meaningful results are obtained .

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SO. WELL. SAID!

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I feel no shame whatsoever in expressing my disappointment with the settlement of the case. Having the FDA remove a years-old Twitter post which has long since done its damage, with no public acknowledgment by them that it was in error, is not a monumental victory.

I also fully understand that it's much simpler to be an armchair quarterback than to lead the charge. I didn't know what motivated the decision by the plaintiffs; though Dr. Kory has explained this further, as I had asked.

There has been too much god-damned shame-naming and telling people to shut up over these issues.

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I think the people who know know. I doubt this reaches anyone else and would be surprised if MSM runs with it. Now an actual legal win would be a lot more convincing and more likely to reach the not knows.

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I was astonished when my blue-pilled sister asked me where to buy ivermectin after I sent her a link to @MdBreathe's X post. She and her daughters made fun of me at the start of (and all during) Covid, when I told them about the "vaccines" Trump was recommending (ivermectin, HCQ, FenBen, and the Zalenski protocol.)

My neice literally quoted the FDA "horsepaste" ad to me, shaking her head and chuckling. That's when they started shunning me as a conspiracy theorist. So, in my circle, she is the litmus test for left wing group-think. Who wouldn't try anything if it remotely/ might cure their cancer? This is a win for humanity that's going to gain ground rapidly over the coming months.

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That's great! My gay BIL did the same, shunning us because we're "antivaxxers" and use "horse paste". Now he is severely suffering from vax injuries but still won't hear of "this nonsense". The closest we can get is describing ways to eat healthier, avoid processed foods and sugar.

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A huge opportunity to get the truth out was certainly missed.

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legal action is draining of both funds and soul. its lossible thise involved were less prepared than they initially believed. Its sad it wasn't led by those with more fortitude which might have led to a more conclusive result, but humans are human. I voiced my disappointment over the communications of the settlement as well, but at some point the size of the adversary needs be considered. I have empathy.

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Most of the public won't even hear about it.

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Thanks for comment. IMO we need more than a participation trophy. Set a higher bar. No, demand a higher bar. This was not a win, as nothing has changed of any substance. Quietly deleting some old posts that have already done their damage is meaningless. Let's not delude ourselves. Truth with courage.

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They haven't deleted them all yet. Ppl are taking to social media to chastise them and spread the truth, thus gaining more traction. Are you out there fighting the good fight, too? That's how we take our county back. Yes we're disappointed, but we press ahead. "Let us run with endurance the race that is set before us."

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They have 21 days. I'm guessing they'll find some excuse to drag their heels, just to show their continuing "authority".

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Take the lower ridge first, then the hill. This will be a long-term project, take note of the immediate wins, and muster for the next push.

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No. A settlement is not citeable as legal precedent.

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It would’ve been better if the settlement made them write in red letters across the lies that they had lied and apologize.

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I agree.. but that is never going to happen. The "big 7" fraudulent RCTs that I always refer to have established the scientific "truth" about ivermectin which is that... it does not work. Science has been captured for many decades as you know

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It could’ve said in better words than mine something like “This has been retracted as an illegal post. We are not doctors licensed to practice medicine. Talk with your doctor about your medical choices.”

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unless they were playing hardball and were prepared to go to the mat. more transparency leading up to the settlement with behind the scenes communication would have been appreciated. Then we may all have a better appreciation for the decision to settle for so little.

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I think that they would never volunteer something like what I suggested. However, it could be forced as a point of law. If it was a point of legality such as their practicing medicine without a license, then the notice to retract should (or could be-I’m no lawyer) equal in scope and audience to correct their ultracrepadarian statements.

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But this is much more than regulatory capture. What's happening now is a REVOLUTION with the utilization of propaganda techniques tha would make Goebbels blush!

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Excellent! Keep the pages and posts with WE LIED TO YOU! in bold red watermark.

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I’d like to lnow what threat FDA made to the good and righteous docs to force settlement. Ivan = FDA? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WoF-1SeKUZw

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It might have been, "We can afford the legal fees to keep battling this case. Can you?"

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I agree. Not surprised if an infinite supply of fiat dollars was claimed to be available by the defendants. After all, the money folks don't care if they are proven wrong or immoral. The FDA, CDC and MD gravy train recipients are still laughing at us over martinis, thinking they can't be held accountable and won't until they are suddenly caught and punished for what they have done to humanity. Blessings to the brave.

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Said more succinctly in reference to the title of this post: WTF? Make them lose!

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Hopefully 🙏 one day soon! The people responsible and the ones who went along knowingly with this depopulation project are held responsible by a peoples court all around this world 🌎!!!!!!!!

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No I don't believe that the wider public can see through this. They were inundated wih incorrect messaging and simply not doing the messaging will not undo the harm that they did in the slightest. They can only partially make it up by being forced to devote as much time as they spent bad mouthing IVM and HCQ with overtly stating that they had no authority to do that. They need to publicly admit that this messaging was WRONG and done in order to legitimize their EUA for an experimental drug. The public needs to be told that the reason for doing this was to get people to take their shot.

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I hope you explain more about why the settlement was reached on the part of the plaintiffs. Was the settlement enough to make it worthy of closing out the issue? Why didn’t the plaintiffs fight it all the way? Is there hope of a stronger case that could take it all the way? The discovery testimony, if unsealed would’ve been a victory as well. Thank you for all you do.

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I do not know all of the details and the inner motivations of the plantiffs, and so I can only imagine this has been difficult to decide. I apologize if my inquiry brings discomfort to you. The greater reward of holding ourselves to an ever exponentially increasing morality is not an easy road. Maybe the reason I write this has nothing to do with the individuals in this case. I know for myself, whenever I am in Public view (extremely tiny compared to your platform) I am faced with continual opportunities to see my own responsibilities for standing for morality and truth. It is really difficult, when there are small victories we want to celebrate, and it can appear that those around us supporting us don't want us to take a victory lap. That can hurt deeply. What I consider more loving is to offer that more is on offer for those who are being asked to stand up than for those asking. I do not know if I am correct in my words, I only know that it may be for one person or more, certainly me included, that I offer this idea into your audience. When one of us transforms inwardly, the butterfly effect is tremendous, even if the outward actions or effects don't change. In free will, freedom and His love, I trust that I have spoken truly, even if it is only I who is being asked to transform and open. Angels' blessings.

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What does the “settlement” really mean? The crooks pay and get way with murdering the innocent people?

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kinda like how big corporations nowadays just pay a fine instead of sending their corporate exec's to jail for murder or manslaughter. Boeing's MCAS debacle on the 737 MAX comes to mind. Corporations just consider it cost of doing business and keep on doing their criminal activities. LLC's are the bane of free market capitalism. US Founders knew this so in the new republic there were NO LLC's, one corporation could NOT own another corporation, and corporations had to renew their charters every 5 years. How far we have strayed from the Founders original intent!

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I think of 2008 Too Big to Fail, except they didn't even pay any fines, they got bonuses.

Big pharma companies have paid BILLIONS in fines for damages (deaths, disfigurements, permanent disabilities) and fraud. But they still continue on and make a handsome profit, those fines don't even sting. Pfizer increased their revenue from 2020:$40B to 2021:$81B to 2022:$100B. Luckily, as people are catching on, 2023 revenue was "only" $58B. They only had a 2% increase from 2019 to 2020.

There's so many drugs with black box warnings that doctors aren't even aware and freely prescribe them (ex., the antibiotics Levaquin and Cipro). Watch "DopeSick" and "Painkiller" about the opioid crisis and Purdue Pharma to get an idea how they work WITH the FDA to continue harming people to maximize profits.

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yes, it's sickening! pun intended.

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Ooo Evil Levaquin🛑BAD DRUG🛑2009 my long time pcp prescribed it for a sinus infection. (had always previously been given Azithromycin with success) Taking Levaquin began a painful 2 years of misery & inconvenience. Levaquin tore a tendon in my right shoulder immediately within a week! Ended up with a cascade of pain, surgery, complications from meds, developed diverticulitis from being constipated from pain meds Oxycontin & Oxycodone (was uninformed & told “all women are constipated.”) thrush from antibiotics. Months of PT. It was a nightmare. When I asked Dr why she prescribed it, she said sheepishly, “Oh, well, the sinus infection was ‘deep’.”

🙄That had never been my history.

I know NOW, these many years later, doctor was just a pro$titute in the big pharma temple of worship! Fortunately I soon moved out of state & never returned to her. I extend sympathies to all who’ve suffered similarly. Lord have mercy on us all.

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Man, that's terrible and the tendon thing is exactly one of known the adverse reactions. I hope you're doing well now. 💗

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there is no payment. only tweet deletion and website tweaks.

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not even paying eh?

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Great job ! But from what I’ve read so far they got barely a slap on the wrist . Or am I misinterpreting?

Billy Davis , DVM

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You're not misinterpreting, Billy. Personally, I want to know

WHY DID WE DECIDE TO SETTLE?

WAS IT MONEY OR THREATS?

THe government has so much power, who knows what their lawyer might have said to "our" lawyer? ☹️

I do want to say that our Plaintiff doctors fought the good fight, and I doubt the decision to settle was easy.

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Agree, it was not easy or optimal but the legal team felt this was the absolute best imaginable and practicable result.. apparently discovery would not have been what we would hope - i.e. they lie, hide, deceive etc..

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Thank you so much and please share as much as possible. We have to put an end to this barbarous practice.

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The next step is for some enterprising young lawyer to challenge the EUA for the jabs. As most of you know, an EUA cannot be issued for any drug if there is already a safe and effective treatment available.

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They would be up against the PREP act, HHS, DoD. I wish them good luck.

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