OH, The Corruption of it all. And Greed.

I recently watched both series “DR. Death” and Dr. Death: The Undoctored Story on the PeacockNetwok, It was really good and I highly recommend you check it out. It made me angry as hell watching it, sad at first the amazed this could happen but mostly angry by the time I was done watching.

Just couldn’t get it out of my head. I do me best not to go to the doctor, hate going but my wife get’s on me about it so I end up going to appease her. I’ve’ been of the opinion for years it just a businesses. They never seam to cure anything, just treat the symptoms with medication’s.

With all the crap out there about covid, the vaccines, Dr. Fauci, the politic’s of it all. It really made me think about how corrupt the system is and it’s really all about the money, power, protecting each other and their reputations. They can honestly care less about the People.

A few day after that I came across the old series Whistleblower . First episode”Two dentists are alarmed by the unsafe and fraudulent practices that they say were standard at a pediatric dental chain that provides services in underserved communities. Fearing that it would lead to overtreatment,” check it. It’s good.

BTW, speaking about medication’s. The second part of the first episode of the Whistleblower is about big pharma and how they promote and sell their medication’s to doctor’s and get them to prescribe them to the population. Big business and corruption!

I hate dentist! I think their all crooks. I must naught of had good insurance because it always seamed to coast so much.

Now, without insurance good luck getting some work done if you’re on a small monthly pension and small amount of Social Security don’t have a lot of money stashed away for a rainy day. I remember had a bad toothache, went to a dentist they told me it was a sinus infection and gave me Antibiotics for it and it made it better for awhile. It came back and I went to the doctor this time and told them what the dentist said so they gave me more Antibiotics. Same think happened, when it came back it got worse each time. Finally, went back to the dentist and they discover I actually did have a bad tooth. By this time though when they pulled it, it was so infected part us my sinus cavity came out with it. You should have seen them scramble. They repaired it with mesh and told me I was lucky they where able to repair it otherwise it would have been an expensive operation. Ha, I thought you’r lucky cause I would have sued the crap out of you if I had to get a operation because of you’r negligence.

My last experience with a dentist was a nightmare! I couldn’t find a dentist that would touch me unless I had cash or credit to pay for it. I finally found one that had a payment plan. They did the work on a root canal and put a cap on it and a year later the cap first got a hole in it and finally fell out. I called them and they said it was only guaranteed for a year. So now I have a dead tooth without a cap, it doesn’t hurt though most of the time.

The second episode on Whistleblower The Deadly Cancer Doctor & the Ugly Side of the Beauty Business

“What could be worse than being diagnosed and treated for cancer? Later finding out that your doctor lied and you never had it to begin with. An office manager at a cancer center blows the whistle on the oncologist running the practice when he discovers the doctor giving chemotherapy to more than 500 patients who do not need it. The scope of what the whistleblower discovered was staggering.” Air Date: Jul 20, 2018″

If you get a chance you should check it out too.

Bear with me just a bit more. I started working on this post last night after posting a couple on my website News and Headlines (which BTW has seen a major drop in traffic since Google started throttling back search results on it last year. But it’s OK I still get traffic from other search engines and am able to get info out there.) Figured I’d finish up this morning.

I mentioned earlier in this post, “With all the crap out there about covid, the vaccines, Dr. Fauci, the politic’s of it all. It really made me think about how corrupt the system is and it’s really all about the money, power, protecting each other and their reputations. They can honestly care less about the People.”

I’m a Army vet served 76-79, love my country. That will never change. But with all the revaluations in the last say three, four years with the FBI, CIA, the whole intelligence agency and the Government in general, the politicians in both party’s. It’s really sad frustrating and really just pisses me off.

Check out these two video’s I watched last night and tell me you’r not pissed too.

Tucker: It’s time to hold our leaders accountable

Tucker Carlson weighs in on Afghan cities falling to the Taliban, taxpayers funding the chaos in Afghanistan, and the administration’s failure to see this coming on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’

Tucker: There is no way to more permanently wreck the country

Pedro Gonzalez joins ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ to weigh in on the Democrats’ response to the demographics changing in the United States.

I guess all we can really do is just slowly but surely vote all these career politicians out and get people in there that will go after this crap with a vengeance. I’m mean short of a good old fashion 1776 movement.

We have to Speak out, don’t fear the “Woke Mob” there’s more of us then there is of them. It just seem’s that way because their so loud. We have to get louder! You know America isn’t racist and who the real racist are.

Links:

The Shocking Story of Modern Dr. Death

This is one doctor visit you would be best advised to skip, or else it could be your last! Meet the modern day Dr. Death, whose patients almost never survived an operation with him! How many surgeries did he botch? Find out right now!

Patient left paralyzed speaks about Christopher Duntsch

Philip Mayfield, 45, is one of 15 patients who police say suffered problems due to Christopher Duntsch’s criminally negligent surgeries.

The True Story Of Christopher Duntsch, The Killer Surgeon Known As ‘Dr. Death’

Left: WFAA-TV, Right: D Magazine

Over the course of just two years, Christopher Duntsch a.k.a. Dr. Death operated on 38 patients in the Dallas area, leaving 31 paralyzed or seriously injured and two of them dead.From 2011 to 2013, dozens of patients in the Dallas area woke up after their surgeries with horrible pain, numbness and, paralysis. Even worse, some of the patients never got the chance to wake up. And it’s all because of one surgeon named Christopher Duntsch — a.k.a. “Dr. Death.”


‘PARTY BOYS’ Dr Death Christopher Duntsch’s late patient Jerry Summers claims killer surgeon ‘gave him his first hit of acid’

Christopher Duntsch’s late friend and victim, Jerry Summers, claimed Dr. Death gave him his “first hit of acid.”

Prior to his death earlier this year, Jerry discussed his relationship with Christopher in a new interview for Peacock’s Dr. Death: The Undoctored Story.

Whistleblower

Blow the Whistle, Change the World

US Justice Department Joins Lawsuits Alleging Kaiser Permanente Medicare Fraud

SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) — The U.S. Justice Department has joined a series of whistleblower lawsuits alleging that Kaiser Permanente engaged in a years-long scheme to defraud the federal government out of Medicare payments.

The suits allege that since 2009 the company systematically pressured doctors to amend medical records by adding “diagnoses that patients did not actually have” in order to receive higher Medicare reimbursements, according to federal prosecutors.

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Dr. Death: The Undoctored Story

Follows the whole and real story of Dr. Christopher Duntsch told by the people who survived it.

Thanks for stopping by. Thoughts and comments always welcomed. God bless America and you.

The Truth About the COVID-19 Vaccines.

A simple little video points out things you may mot be aware of.

Found it on Codias have no idea who made it.

Dangerous Incompetence @Walgreens.

So my wife went yesterday to Walgreens to get her pneumococcal vaccination the one they recommend for all adults 65 years or older.

The first store she went to didn’t have it and couldn’t be bothered to call another store to see if they had it. So she set off to drive to the next store to see if they had. Fortunately they where more cooperative at the next store because they didn’t have it either and they called another store to see if they had, they did so she continued her journey.

She arrives at the Walgreens gives the employee all her paperwork that clearly say’s what she’s there for. “You’re her for you’re second shot correct?” the employee asked and she confirmed yes. She had already received the first pneumococcal vaccination before but do to Covid hadn’t gotten the second vaccination. The employee gives her the shot.

She get’s home and there is three messages from the store to call them back. she does.

They apologies for the mix up and told here they gave her the Covid-19 vaccine instead of the pneumococcal vaccination.

Problem is, she already had gotten both Covid vaccination’s making this her third one.

They told her it should be alright and scheduled another appointment for the correct vaccination. I wouldn’t go back but that’s me.

She didn’t sleep at all last night worrying what might happen now.

Hope you all are careful out there and make sure that you’r getting what you’r supposed to be getting.

The Filibuster. Is it raciest OR does it keep politicians in check?

Go figure, from the left it’s racist as is everything today and from the right it’s a stop gap from a one party take over of the government.

Lengthy post, so are the articles but worth the time I think if you want to be informed and make a common sense decision, in my opinion.

From the left a good article from VOX with a misrepresentation of history if you care to research the history for yourself and come to your own conclusion. Missing from the “History” is Senator Robert Byrd, “He filibustered against the 1964 Civil Rights.”

Hears some excerpts from the article, it’s actually a interesting read I thought.

“The question of what to do about the filibuster — the once-arcane Senate rule that creates a de facto 60-vote threshold for major legislation — is arguably the most important topic in Washington, DC, right now.

It is the main thing blocking Senate Democrats from approving President Joe Biden’s sweeping policy agenda on party lines; as such, it has become a subject of fierce partisan (and intraparty) dispute.”

“Prominent Democrats, including former President Barack Obama and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA),have argued that the filibuster has been a tool used by racists to protect white supremacy. In a Tuesday floor speech, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell denied this entirely — accusing Democrats of lying about history for political purposes.

“These talking points are an effort to use the terrible history of racism to justify a partisan power grab in the present,” McConnell said.”

“In 1917, the Senate finally decided to reform the filibuster, adding a provision that would allow two-thirds of senators to vote on a “cloture” motion that would end debate — interrupting an individual senator who won’t stop talking.

This provision, called Rule 22, was designed to make filibustering harder. But it actually had the opposite effect: It was now possible for a minority of senators to block bills by voting down cloture motions. This is how the filibuster works today (albeit with a three-fifths threshold for cloture rather than the original two-thirds, thanks to a 1975 reform).

The defenders of Jim Crow pioneered this new filibuster, successfully deploying it again and again to block civil rights bills. Richard Russell, a leading filibuster practitioner and staunch segregationist, said in 1949 that “nobody mentions any other legislation in connection with it.”

Two political scientists, Sarah Binder and Steven Smith, identified every bill between 1917 and 1994 that they believe died purely because of the filibuster. Among these, half were civil rights bills, including anti-lynching bills proposed in 1922 and 1935.”

Why the debate over the filibuster matters

“It’s fair to wonder why any of this matters. The mere fact that the filibuster as we know it is a “Jim Crow relic,” as Obama once put it, doesn’t necessarily say anything about whether it’s desirable to keep around today.

To understand why the history of the filibuster matters, let’s take a closer look at the arguments in favor of keeping the 60-vote threshold. Of these, the most prominent by far is that the filibuster is necessary to protect minority rights. National Review’s Dan McLaughlin made this point clearly in a recent essay:” ( Read the rest of the article here, it’s actually a interesting read.)The filibuster’s racist history, explained

Now from Mitch McConnell: 03.23.21 U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) delivered the following remarks today on the Senate floor regarding the legislative filibuster:

‘If our Democratic colleagues really believe what they’re saying, did they themselves use a racist tool against Senator Scott’s police reform bill last year? Did they use a racist relic when they delayed the CARES Act or blocked legislation to protect unborn babies who can feel pain? […] Or is our colleagues’ story that the filibuster was not an offensive relic as recently as last summer, but magically became an offensive relic the instant Democrats came to have a majority?’

“While House Democrats try to overturn a certified election result from last November, some Senate Democrats are agitating to break Senate rules to ram through a partisan rewrite of all 50 states’ election laws.

“The 60-vote threshold is the reason why huge pillars of domestic policy don’t oscillate back and forth every time a different party wins the majority.

“Think of something like the Mexico City Policy, the executive-branch policy about funding overseas abortions. It has flipped back and forth every single time the White House has changed party since the 1980s. Republican presidents issue the memo. Democratic presidents retract it.

“The legislative filibuster is what keeps the entirety of federal law from working that way.”

“For a long time, Senators on both sides have recognized the Senate and the country are better off with some stability. Both sides have understood there are no permanent majorities in American politics, so a system that gives both sides a voice benefits everyone in the long run.

“That’s what 33 of our Democratic colleagues said just a few years ago, when they all signed a joint letter insisting that rules protecting debate on legislation be preserved.

“That’s what President Biden believed consistently throughout his long Senate tenure. About 15 years ago, then-Senator Biden said killing the filibuster would be, quote, ‘an example of the arrogance of power.’ He restated his long-held position during the campaign just last year.

“Here’s what my colleague the Democratic Leader said in 2017. 

“The ‘legislative filibuster’ is ‘the most important distinction between the Senate and the House… Let’s find a way to further protect the 60-vote rule for legislation.’ End quote.

“The Democratic Leader, less than four years ago.

“And Democrats didn’t just spend the last four years supporting the filibuster; they spent four years using it!

“We could have had federal legislation on the books since last summer putting more body cameras on police officers, requiring fuller incident reporting to the FBI, and finally making lynching a federal crime. Among other things. But Democrats stopped it.

“A few months before, they used the filibuster to briefly turn the bipartisan sprint toward the CARES Act into a partisan standoff. The press marveled that Senate Democrats had the gall to block relief — a tactic that helped tank the markets — in order to demand further changes.

“And back in early 2018, Senate Democrats used the filibuster to block government funding and force a brief government shutdown over immigration. One of the Democratic Leader’s first major acts as the leader of his conference was to wield the filibuster to shut down the entire government. 

“So the Democratic side just spent four years defending and happily using the same Senate rule that many of our colleagues now attack.

“About a year ago, former President Obama launched a new, coordinated, and very obvious campaign to get liberals repeating the claim that the Senate rules are a relic of racism and bigotry. 

“That came just a month after Democrats had used the filibuster to kill Senator Tim Scott’s police reform and anti-lynching bill.

“These talking points are an effort to use the terrible history of racism to justify a partisan power grab in the present. It’s not unlike what we saw last summer when some protest mobs ended up defacing statues of people who actually crusaded for justice — like Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, and the abolitionist Mathias Baldwin.

“Mistakenly damaging good institutions because of our troubled past. 

“Multiple fact-checkers have torn into this simplistic notion that the rules of the Senate are rooted in racism. ( Read the rest of his remarks here, Democrats’ Filibuster Threats Aren’t About Principle, Just Raw Power

Another good read from The Hill

“On September 30, 1788, Pennsylvania became the first state to elect its United States senators, one of whom was William Maclay.  In his 1789 journal Senator Maclay wrote, “I gave my opinion in plain language that the confidence of the people was departing from us, owing to our unreasonable delays. The design of the Virginians and of the South Carolina gentlemen was to talk away the time, so that we could not get the bill passed.”

“Our Founding Fathers intended the Senate to be a continuing body that allows for open and unlimited debate and the protection of minority rights.  Senators have understood this since the Senate first convened.  

In his notes of the Constitutional Convention on June 26, 1787, James Madison recorded that the ends to be served by the Senate were “first, to protect the people against their rulers, secondly, to protect the people against the transient impressions into which they themselves might be led… They themselves, as well as a numerous body of Representatives, were liable to err also, from fickleness and passion.  A necessary fence against this danger would be to select a portion of enlightened citizens, whose limited number, and firmness might seasonably interpose against impetuous councils.”  That “fence” was the United States Senate.

During this 111th Congress in particular the minority has threatened to filibuster almost every matter proposed for Senate consideration.   I find this tactic contrary to each Senator’s duty to act in good faith.

I share the profound frustration of my constituents and colleagues as we confront this situation.  The challenges before our nation are far too grave, and too numerous, for the Senate to be rendered impotent to address them, and yet be derided for inaction by those causing the delay.

There are many suggestions as to what we should do.  I know what we must not do.

We must never, ever, tear down the only wall – the necessary fence – this nation has against the excesses of the Executive Branch and the resultant haste and tyranny of the majority.

The path to solving our problem lies in our thoroughly understanding it.  Does the difficulty reside in the construct of our rules or in the ease of circumventing them? ( Read the rest of the article here, The filibuster and its consequences (Sen. Robert Byrd)

God Bless America and you.

“Many Are Mad”

From one of best bloggers I follow, I hope he doesn’t mind the re-blog.

An ancient dictum says that when the gods want to destroy someone, they first drive them mad. I’m really curious as to the second thing the gods were willing to do. I mean, what’s worse than being mad? A great many men are mad, and no one knows it, they do not know it themselves. I was told to check my attitude. I did, and it’s still there. It hasn’t gone anywhere.

You’re asking me? I wasn’t mad, but now that you’ve asked me SEVEN times if I’m mad…yes, I’m mad! I am livid! I don’t usually lose my temper. But if I get angry, it’s true, I’m scary to be around. Cause I’ll be smiling and chuckling to myself which are indeed the early symptoms of full-blown madness.

To be mad is to care. If I didn’t care about you, I wouldn’t get mad at the things you do. So many things can drive you mad as a kid, not only music. Ever make a girl so angry that she skips the anger and goes straight to laughing like a lunatic? You know a girl is mad when she starts off her sentence by saying, “I just find it funny how” because there is a 99.9% chance she did not find it funny.

Madly in love. Unless it’s mad, passionate, or extraordinary love, it’s a waste of your time. There are too many things mediocre in life, love shouldn’t be one of them. There are so many times I made you mad, irritated, upset, and tired. Today I just want to say that I’m thinking of continuing. The jealous are possessed by a mad devil and a dull spirit at the same time. Humor is reason gone mad.

Many that are not mad have, sure, more lack of reason. Many people hear voices when no one is there. Some of them are called mad and are shut up in rooms where they stare at walls all day long. Others are called writers and they pretty much do the same thing. You’re not mad, you’re just a writer. A mad writer. You see craziness is what makes the world go round. Without crazy, there wouldn’t be passion.

Please check out the original post Many Are Mad and dig into others. He really is good!!

God bless America and you!