Michael Bresciani
On Covid-19, Dallas clinician Dr. Ivette Lozano says – Stupid is as stupid does!
By Michael Bresciani
May 17, 2020

Playing the role of Forrest Gump’s mom, Dr. Ivette Lozano of the Lozano clinic in Dallas, Texas has been treating her patients with a 100% record of success. She has been prescribing hydroxychloroquine in spite of intense resistance from politicians and the medical community.

You Tube posted a video of Dr. Lozano addressing a group of citizens who cheered heartily as she described the spectacular success stories coming from her approach to the covid-19 pandemic.

To date there has been little press coverage of her successes with the exception of a One America News piece aired on May 16, 2020. It is believed that the You Tube video may be pulled soon, so this is a news item that may sink before the public gets the whole story.

Where’s Fox?

Forget the fox in the hen house – is there a chicken in the fox den? Do something on this story Tucker!

While Dr Lozano did not actually say stupid is as stupid does, after listening to how she was treated by politicians, pharmacists and certain drugstore chains, she didn’t have to.

All of her patients became asymptomatic within 24 to 48 hours after being treated at her clinic. After hearing about her success people from all over Texas have been showing up at her clinic.

Dr. Lozano is an activist who cares about her patient’s health, but also wants the public to know the truth.

The truth, she says, is that when victims of the coronavirus show up at hospitals and clinics, they are sent home to quarantine and suffer.

Dr. Lozano is without fear, a quality we need to see more of during this pandemic, she is unafraid to say where she first learned about the effectiveness and the treatment protocol of hydroxychloroquine. Dr Ivette boldly proclaims that it was President Trump who gave her the key. She followed the Presidents first revelation about the protocol and followed through with it – now all of her coronavirus patients are glad that she did.

Dr. Lozano says the hydroxychloroquine cost a mere $13.00 – so there is little chance that people may be saddled with a bill for treatments that they could never handle.

Senator Bob Hall has stood by Dr. Lozano in her fight against the pharmacies and the pharmacy board. At one point the pharmacies insisted that Dr. Lozano provide a diagnosis for every hydroxychloroquine prescription she wrote. Besides being a clear violation of doctor – patient confidentiality, it is also, clearly, very stupid.

And that is why – stupid is as stupid does.

“Thou shalt not follow a multitude to do evil; neither shalt thou speak in a cause to decline after many to wrest judgment.” (Ex 23:2)

The scriptures admonish us not to follow a crowd to do something evil – would it also be expedient not to follow a crowd to do something stupid?

Making people stay home to suffer and possibly die when they don’t have to is well, super stupid.

© Michael Bresciani


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