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We Need an Amnesty for When I Destroyed You
I warn you that I’m going to be obsessing about this for a while, but I suspect you wouldn’t be here if you weren’t on the same bus.
Last year, an anesthesiologist at UCLA Medical Center, Dr. Christopher Rake, was aggressively escorted out of the building and placed on unpaid leave for refusing the mRNA injections:
Other physicians publicly celebrated the destruction of his livelihood and his career:
Letters to the Editor: Good for UCLA for escorting out an anti-vaccine doctor
OCT. 11, 2021 3 AM PT
To the editor: The first oath for all doctors is, “First, do no harm.” UCLA anesthesiologist Dr. Christopher B. Rake, who was escorted out of his workplace because he has not been vaccinated against COVID-19, may have harmed a lot of people.
Can you imagine how easy it is for him to infect someone as he bends over his patient’s open mouth and throat and inserts the endotracheal tube?
You quote Dr. Rake as saying, “But what they don’t realize is that I’m willing to lose everything — job, paycheck, freedom, even my life for this cause.” But does that give him the right to ignore the lives of his patients?
It is obvious that he did not learn enough about infectious diseases in medical school.
Harry Shragg, M.D., Reseda
Note that this letter appeared in the Los Angeles Times in October of 2021, more than two months after the director of the CDC said plainly that the mRNA injections don’t stop Covid transmission. So Dr. Harry Shragg was pulling imagined scenarios out of his ass, in addition to pretending that doctors don’t use PPE when treating patients in scenarios that imply the possibility of infection. It is obvious that he did not learn enough about infectious diseases in medical school.
But anyway, let’s have an amnesty. Sorry for your personal ruin! No tag-backs!
I lit your house on fire and shot your dog. Ohhh, friends, let us not dwell upon the past.
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