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DeSantis Signs State Legislation That Protects Practitioners From Liability For Actions Surrounding CONvid-1984

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Published on: February 27, 2022

And so it begins. According to Just the News, Governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, signed a bill last week that protects health care professionals from being sued by patients and family members who have experienced death and injuries from COVID-19 as well as the professionals’ refusal to try other available methods of treatment. This is huge! What has actually happened is the Florida legislature moved to protect those who chose for whatever reason to follow Centers for Disease Control (CDC), National Institute of Health (NIH), National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), other “medical” agency, and hospital guidelines, edicts, and recommendations instead of exercising good clinical knowledge, practice and judgment.

In other words, the State government of Florida protected these health care workers from having to face medical malpractice lawsuits from deaths, injuries, and refusal to try other treatments where COVID-19 is involved. DeSantis received objections from 35 organizations encouraging him to veto the bill; but, their requests fell on deaf ears.

The new law provides liability protection to health-care providers that follow “government-issued health standards” that “include the CDC’s COVID-19 guidelines, which many say aren’t working,” the groups wrote in a letter to DeSantis. “Some medical professionals have stated that these CDC protocols have led to unnecessary medicines, ventilation and deaths.”

Shawn McBride, director of The American Freedom Information Institute, Inc., who led the 35-group coalition opposing the bill, said that while DeSantis “signed a bill that may allow CDC protocols to continue in some hospitals, we’ve laid the foundation to help more folks get to medical freedom.”

On the same day DeSantis signed the bill, the Florida Department of Health issued new guidelines allowing for more treatments to be made available.

DeSantis and State Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo announced the new guidance without mentioning the bill he signed into law.

The guidelines, DeSantis claims, push back on “unscientific corporate masking, reducing isolation for all Floridians including those in schools and daycares, and recommending that physicians should exercise their individual clinical judgement and expertise based on their patients’ needs and preferences.”

They also “are empowering health care practitioners to follow science, not Fauci’s status quo,” he added.

Did you catch what happened? “On the same day DeSantis signed the bill, the Florida Department of Health issued new guidelines allowing for more treatments to be made available.” Who else besides the unconstitutional alphabet federal agencies had crippling “guidelines”? Hint – the unconstitutional Florida Department of Health. Now, whose backside is also being covered in this move?

And, take a good look at a part of the “new guidance” – physicians should exercise their individual clinical judgement and expertise based on their patients’ needs and preferences. Physicians always had that ability until the planned scam-demic of CONvid-1984 where the full aspects of medical tyranny, unconstitutionally codified in Obamacare, were forcefully thrust on the scene. Under the unconstitutional Obamacare, people in the united States are discovering the rise of a medical caste system, assisted by the education “machine”. Other nations are discovering the same, meaning this type of system has been formulated by individuals and agencies with a global agenda toward a “global reset” and “new world order”.

Just the News article continued with a breakdown of the “new guidance” as well as other statements made by Florida’s Surgeon General, Dr. Joseph Ladapo.

The guidelines address corporate mask policies, advise healthcare practitioners and facilities to reevaluate status quo protocols “in favor of scientifically based treatment options to benefit patients,” update school and daycare guidance to limit the student and child isolation timeframe, and reduce the overall isolation period for Floridians who test positive for COVID-19.

“The state of Florida has widespread natural and vaccine-induced immunity,” Dr. Ladapo said. “Evidence suggests that most secondary transmission occurs early on. Our state will continue to make decisions for Floridians rooted in sound science, not fear, whether they are working or in school.”

The announcement came as the CDC revised its mask requirement policy.

“Despite a lack of evidence that masks, and particularly cloth face coverings, prevent the transmission of COVID-19, many corporations have continued to require their employees to wear masks at work, regardless of the situation,” DeSantis’ office said. “Florida’s new masking guidance advises against wearing facial coverings in a community setting.” 

For Floridians overall, instead of quarantining for two weeks as was previously suggested by the CDC, the Florida guidance suggests an overall 5-day isolation period for those who test positive for COVID-19 — for both adults and children.

Can anyone spot the glaring absurdities in what is now Florida’s “new guidance”?

First, it limits student and child isolation timeframe and reduces the overall “isolation” period for those testing positive for COVID-19.

It has been reported and covered in Senator Ron Johnson’s five-hour “second opinion” on COVID-19 video, none of the COVID “countermeasures” (a military term) were effective at all – masks, isolation, quarantine, social distancing, etc. Yet, Florida’s “new guidance” decreases days for isolation down to five. Why? Where are all these numbers originating? What are these numbers based upon? And, since the measures are not effective, why use any measure at all?

Second, these guidances for isolation are still based upon a faulty test since not one scientist has truly isolated, purified, proven to exist or cause illness this particle dubbed SARS-CoV-2. As a reminder, the CDC reduced isolation to five days based upon a faulty test that agency recalled, which was only under emergency use authorization – the test is an experimental entity.

Third, Dr. Ladapo claimed Florida has “widespread natural and vaccine-induced immunity.” However, these injections are not “vaccines”, but gene therapy, and do not convey immunity nor prevent transmission. Ladapo indicated that “evidence” suggested “secondary transmission” occurred early on. Where is that “evidence”? Who “discovered” that? And, what was used to determine this from a particle that has not been isolated, purified, proven to exist and/or cause illness?

Fourth, Ladapo stated, “Our state will continue to make decisions for Floridians rooted in sound science, not fear, whether they are working or in school.” Why does the State need to make decisions for individuals who are capable of making their own? Why does the State need to “protect” or shield health care professionals from lawsuits involving malpractice when it comes to COVID-19? The answer to that is obvious.

DeSantis’ office claimed the “new guidance” recognized the CDC guidance as being “out of date” and caused residents of Florida to miss work and school even though it was “safe to return.” Excuse me, but many knew the CDC “guidance” was out of date or worthless at the start. Yet, most everyone took their brains out of their head and shoved it where the sun don’t shine, preferring to let the CDC do their thinking for them. It goes to show why it’s a terrible place to be when your brain is in someone else’s head.

Additional guidance advises healthcare practitioners and facilities to reevaluate “status quo protocols” in favor of scientifically based treatment options to benefit patients. This guidance urges that providers be given “the flexibility to treat patients with off-label prescriptions if they determine it may help them” and if the patient wants to try them and gives informed consent.”

Ask the question, “who stopped these practitioners and facilities from using other treatments options?” Are we to understand these practitioners and facility heads have zero intelligence, experience, knowledge, judgment, or skill to determine what treatments work best and need some government or private organization body to do that for them? According to DeSantis and Ladapo, the answer is “yes”. This begs the next question – since that is the case, why spend hundreds of thousands to be educated to practice medicine when a guy off the street could follow government guidelines and recommendations?

If you aren’t getting it yet, here’s the 411. Highly educated, intelligent, skilled individuals in the health care profession chose to follow these government and facility guidelines, knowing these “guidances” were harmful, ineffective, and not based on any science, purposely engaging in medical malpractice, regardless of reason (threats, coercion, etc.), while parroting lies, misinformation, and disinformation regarding the illness and the injections. Other practitioners refused to follow the absurdities, spoke out against all of this, and suffered the consequences for their integrity – meaning, it was a conscious choice to go along or not. There is no excuse of “no choice”; it was a choice many didn’t like so they justified their cooperation with a false idea. Those in the public health sector, including unconstitutional State and federal alphabet entities associated with “health” and “disease management” engaged in a conspiracy to inflict harm upon the people, the economy, and society at all levels conscionable. A conspiracy is the only scenario that remotely describes what has happened in these unconstitutional agencies.

Furthermore, all of these individuals are culpable, accountable, and responsible for crimes against humanity as outlined in the Nuremberg code, united States code, and Helsinki declarations for inflicting various “experiments” upon the people without their explicit informed consent and full knowledge of the experiments. Now, the Florida legislature has passed a bill to shield those involved from accountability under the State’s medical malpractice laws.

Who had the authority to veto this bill, but didn’t? Yes, it was the current “darling” Republican governor Ron DeSantis who is looking for a run in 2024 as a “presidential” contender. Contender is the exact description of the individuals who engage in the “WWE” of vying for political office. DeSantis signed this bill, knowing full well the consequences.

Never forget that because of all of these unconstitutional State and federal alphabet “health” agencies, medical care for all other diseases NOT COVID-19 were hampered by these guidances causing further harm.

Don’t think Florida will be the only one to do it either. Since States have authority to enact law concerning medical malpractice AND Florida appears to be the “lead” State for “innovation” in supposedly “defying” federal “mandates”, other States will surely follow suit. What does this mean? It means that for the “next” go around of a planned scam-demic, protective laws will be in place that only need “amending” to shield practitioners from liability from actions taken with the next disease or illness dubbed a pandemic as well as “unintentional consequences” involving other diseases and illnesses ignored during the declared emergency. It essentially could codify “experimentation” on people – unconstitutionally, unlawfully, and immorally, by denying the people the right to hold those accountable who engage in malfeasance at the behest of government.

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