The same goes for hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), another blacklisted drug that the federal overlords have decreed should never go into an American's body because it might actually help to prevent a serious infection.
"The Attorney General's office finds no legal basis for a state medical licensure board to discipline a licensed physician for exercising sound judgment and safely prescribing an FDA-approved drug – like ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine – for the off-label purpose of treating a patient with COVID-19," O'Connor's office said in a February 8 statement.
"Healthcare professionals should have every tool available to combat COVID-19," the statement goes on to read. "The Attorney General's office neither condones nor condemns a specific course of treatment for COVID-19. Our office maintains that proper healthcare decisions are to be made between a patient and his or her physician, and the government should not interfere with their relationship."
Both ivermectin and HCQ have been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for many decades, by the way. Only recently have they been maligned by the government as "horse dewormer" and "aquarium cleaner," respectively.
Ivermectin and HCQ are also both listed on the World Health Organization's (WHO) Model List of Essential Medicines because of how powerfully effective they are at treating a range of illnesses, including the Fauci Flu.
Both drugs have been around for far longer than the Operation Warp Speed injections they are calling "vaccines," that much is undeniably true. Ivermectin and HCQ are safe and effective remedies with minimal risk of side effects, which cannot be said for the jabs.
"Like many medications, ivermectin is also used for horses, but human dosages of the drug for human ailments were not controversial until IVM started gaining notice in the context of COVID-19," writes Calvin Freiburger for LifeSiteNews.
"Despite the established safety of IVM and HCQ, and the evolving nature of COVID knowledge, families across the country have had to go to court to force hospitals to let them try the drugs for their loved ones, while doctors have seen their medical licenses threatened for prescribing them – a scenario the Oklahoma Attorney General's Office indicates will not be tolerated in the Sooner State."
Several major universities are currently conducting large-scale, at-home clinical trials on ivermectin specifically to see how effective it really is at treating the China Flu. These include the University of Minnesota, the Emory University School of Medicine and Northwestern Medicine, among others.
These same schools are also looking at the drugs metformin and fluvoxamine either separately or together with ivermectin to see how each one individually, as well as in combination with one another, impacts a Fauci Flu diagnosis.
"The insanity around this virus is mind-boggling," wrote someone at LifeSiteNews.
"I was threatened with suspension of my license in Kansas for prescribing ivermectin so I advised the patient either to go to Oklahoma where its use was not outlawed or go to a local farm store, purchase the pure injectable, and dose it according to my instructions," said someone else, claiming to be a doctor.
"The patient chose the latter and was well in two weeks despite being over 70 with multiple comorbidities. Now that patient has high antibody levels against the ORIGINAL China virus."
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