ALPHARETTA, Georgia — Whistleblowers, some of whom have testified on Capitol Hill, told an audience in Alpharetta Thursday that the medical and pharmaceutical industries that treat COVID-19 have been corrupted.
Organizers held this conference, COVID-19 Pharma Corruption: Your Life, Health, and Job, at Alpharetta’s Phase Family Learning Center.
One panelist, Paul Marik, last month resigned his post at the Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) after he prescribed Ivermectin to treat patients diagnosed with COVID-19, according to MedPage Today.
“The world has gone mad. The truth has been denied from the American people. They have been lied to. The level of propaganda in terms of COVID has just been astronomical,” Marik told audience members Thursday.
“Unfortunately, the federal government and the state agencies do not want you to know the truth. I can talk freely now because, obviously, I don’t have a job. Most physicians are too scared to tell the truth.”
Marik said that doctors can treat COVID-19 using certain stable drugs.
But, instead, he said hospitals treat COVID-19 with a drug called Remdesivir, which he called toxic. He said the drug increases the risk of kidney failure and dying.
The physician went on to say that hospital patients end up imprisoned, having lost their rights and their contact with their family members — and without anyone to advocate for their best interests.
And hospital officials isolate anyone who questions their official narrative of how best to treat COVID-19 — and accuse those people of spreading misinformation, Marik said.
“As for hospitals I thought their goal was to help patients, but let me tell you no. They are street gangs,” Marik said.
“Their only goal is to make money at whatever cost. They are not interested in your health or welfare. Hospitals have become dangerous places for sick people.”
Moderator and investigative journalist Christine Dolan told audience members that there are two races of men — the decent and the indecent.
“Decent people have to show up and they have to acknowledge that indecent people actually live,” Dolan said.
“And people need to understand that there are people on this planet who, in fact, inflict pain for pleasure and their own greed.”
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Chris Butler is an investigative journalist at The Tennessee Star and The Georgia Star News. Follow Chris on Facebook, Twitter, Parler, and GETTR. Email tips to [email protected]
Photo “Paul Marik” by Eastern Virginia Medical School.