GOUSA Personal Opportunity Monday Message by Jim Avallon
Dr. Christiane Northrup from Falmouth, ME is a leading authority on women’s health and wellness. In the past few pandemic years she has been a strong, outspoken advocate for health and treatment opportunities and against the COVID inoculations including the way COVID has been managed.
Last Saturday she spoke at the New Hampshire Freedom March & Rally in front of the New Hampshire State House in Concord. It was pouring rain while she was speaking but she got her points across.
One of her more interesting comments was that she knows three doctors in Maine who are losing their licenses in that state for prescribing Ivermectin yet across the border in NH you can get it over the counter. https://www.bitchute.com/video/hOJP0Q1048L9 Well in New Hampshire not yet, but almost.
Recently passed in the NH House is House Bill 1022 which authorizes licensed pharmacists following a “standing order” from a physician or advanced practice registered nurse to dispense ivermectin to persons in NH without a prior prescription and it is going before the NH Senate this Wednesday. NH HB1022 | 2022 | Regular Session | LegiScan
There are more legalistic words to this bill, but it will basically allow people to get Ivermectin over the counter as Northrup said……while it is made criminal just across the border in Maine.
It sounds like the politicians in Maine need a good dose of the GOUSA rating system, particularly in the Personal Opportunity section of the 1st Amendment and privacy.