February 21, 2024

Court Says FDA Overstepped Its Authority When It Campaigned Against Using Ivermectin for COVID


A federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit filed in 2022 by Drs. Robert Apter, Mary Talley Bowden, and Paul Marik against the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The lawsuit was initially dismissed by US District Attorney Judge Jeffrey Vincent Brown, who said that “the complaints didn’t overcome the FDA’s ‘sovereign immunity’ which protected government entities from civil lawsuits.

The recent ruling released by a panel of three judges on the 5th US Circuit Court of Appeal in New Orleans, said, “The FDA is not a physician. It has authority to inform, announce, and apprise – but not to endorse, denounce, and advise”.

Editor’s Note: While it will still take some time before we finally see the results of this lawsuit, it is important to learn about this latest development because it empowers doctors to care for their patients the best way they see fit. Government agencies such as the FDA have a specific role to play when it comes to health care, they have no business telling us that we should take vaccines, avoid ivermectin, etc.

This is the reason why SB1869 is so dangerous. It will take away from both doctors and patients the capacity to make decisions based on the individual needs of the patient. Instead, the entire country will be forced to follow a one-size-fits-all policy that can cause even more damage than it solves. [Also see One-size-fits-all strategy cannot work for the coronavirus and BRIEFING PAPER ON SB1869: Why SB1869 APPROVAL NEEDS TO BE STOPPED NOW AND THE BILL RADICALLY REVISED].

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