Discussion in 'Coronavirus - Covid-19' started by Amonet, Jan 17, 2020.
oh no ... not good
It probably is.
His profession is troubling, though. Pharmacists used to mix the medicines MDs prescribed to their patients. Plus, most pharmacists owned/worked in single store pharmacies. It was easy to poison people, either intentionally or at a customer's request. In fact, before accurate toxicology screens, it was not an uncommon way to eliminate relatives, rivals, or help someone suffering a painful, fatal illness.
I wonder what other sociopathic stuff this guy has done. Glad he didn't kill anyone.
You would think that people working in the health industry -- of all people -- would make health decisions based on good science rather than politics.
Life and death should not be political.
If one of those folks who got an ineffective vaccine contracts the virus and dies from it, I wonder if he would face tougher charges?
Oh, but it is. Some things have happened in my small town that have me on edge like never before. I'm angry, hurt, disillusioned . . . JMO
Please move over to new Thread #91.
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