More on Doctor Kickbacks and Big Pharma Bribes, By Mrs (Dr.) Abigail Knight (Florida)

Yesterday at the blog I had a brief article on the kickbacks, if not bribes, that paediatricians get for ensuring that every child gets vaccinated. I did not come up with a final figure, with bonuses and all, for the US. But today I have seen a post by Dr Peter McCullough, leading Covid vax critic, who has said that a typical doctor can get up to $ 250,000 for getting most of their patients vaccinated. This does not strike me as implausible. I recently got a new patient. He is a 65-year-old Black male. His former doctor wanted him to be vaccinated against shingles. However, he had previously been severely infected with adult chickenpox (the same virus sits dominant and later can cause shingles). He had an antibody test from a previous doctor, indicating he had strong natural immunity. His next doctor rejected the idea of natural immunity and wanted to shoot him up, which he refused.

What we have across the world is a total comprise of medical ethics by doctors, who like the one discussed above are in the drug companies' pockets.

"World-famous cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough recently revealed startling figures about the immense earnings doctors received for pushing the COVID-19 injections.

On the Tommy T Podcast, Dr. McCullough claimed that a typical doctor could make an extra $250,000 if they injected a substantial portion of their patients.

More specifically, if a doctor injected 75% of his or her patients at $250 per newly-injected person, that would end up being around $250,000.

This revelation was discovered through a leaked Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield document.

Dr. McCullough explained that a full-time primary care physician typically manages a patient panel ranging from about 1,000 to 2,000 people covered by Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield.

When you do the math, factoring in the $250 incentive, 1,000 newly vaccinated people times $250 = $250,000. Some doctors made less; some made more. But the point is that doctors were financially incentivized to inject as many patients as possible.

The question is, was Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield giving doctors jab incentives, or were they being paid to do so by the government?" 



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Tuesday, 21 May 2024

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