Podcast host Stew Peters and his guest Dr. Bryan Ardis criticized Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) propaganda guidelines released by the American Medical Association (AMA). The two noted how the medical body acted like propagandists dictating what doctors should say during the Sept. 1 episode of The Stew Peters Show on Brighteon.TV. Both Peters and Ardis criticized the AMA’s deference to political ideology instead of medical fact.

Peters began by revealing the existence of the AMA’s COVID-19 Guide, which was released during the winter season of 2021. “There’s literally a section titled COVID-19 language swaps where the AMA instructs doctors on what words to say and which ones not to say,” he said. The host also gave several examples of language swaps indicated in the February 2021 document. According to the document, lockdowns should be called stay-at-home orders. It also called on doctors to use the phrase “public health agencies” instead of “government.”

Peters remarked that these word swaps were reminiscent of politically correct language guides coming out of universities. Based on the university guidelines, homeless persons should be called persons experiencing housing insecurity. Drug addicts were persons with substance abuse disorder, while prostitutes were persons engaged in sex work.

The AMA document argued that using alternative language “can help mitigate perceived partisanship in COVID-19 messaging.” But Peters expressed a different view, saying that the strategy aimed to control reality through language. He elaborated that such a tactic was “a very old left-wing practice” used by the French revolutionaries, communists and the progressives of today.

Peters also noted that the AMA guide asks doctors not to mention the coronavirus or COVID-19, and to simply “just talk about the pandemic.” The guide also called on doctors not to give specific facts about COVID-19 vaccine trials, instead exhorting them to call it a “transparent, rigorous process.”

Peters ultimately lamented the state of the medical profession in light of the medical body’s COVID-19 guide. “If a doctor’s just [going to] repeat what the AMA tells them, why have doctors at all? You can get plenty of starving propagandists and any liberal college, but instead we [want to] turn our medical professionals into ideological zombies with stethoscopes,” he said.

Ardis chimes in, says medical profession “pushing a narrative”

Peters also hearkened back to the Aug. 31 episode of his show that talked about a Facebook post by Mayo Clinic cardiologist Dr. Courtney Bennett. Her post said: “I can’t believe we live in a society of self-centered people who get their medical advice from sources like YouTube or [One America News], yet beg us to help them breathe using technology developed by actual science when they’re blue and gasping for air.”

“[Now,] we might have some indication of [what] exactly it is that’s shaping Dr. Bennett’s words,” Peters commented, referring to the AMA’s guide. Ardis agreed with him, saying that he “wasn’t surprised” when he heard the news about the cardiologist’s post. “Don’t you know what the AMA is doing? They’re telling everybody what to say,” Ardis continued. 

Ardis also told Peters about the AMA’s oversight of many aspects in the medical profession, such as the content taught in medical schools and state medical board licensing. He said: “So when they’re putting out these actual, mandated guidelines for how you’re [going to] communicate to the American public, the doctors know – ‘íf we don’t follow their actual guidelines [that] you’re not saying these things in the media, they’re [going to] be watching.'”

He also pointed out an item in the guide’s COVID-19 language swaps section that suggested replacing the term hospitalization rates with the word deaths. Ardis added: “The AMA is not saying hospitalized rates … [which] means that’s how many [COVID-19 patients] are going into the hospital. Why would you do that? Why don’t you say, ‘this is how many people are going into hospitals?'” He then asked Peters how many reports in mainstream media outlets overlaid the word “death” on top of “hospital rates.”

“They’re pushing a narrative and convincing every doctor – ‘you do this, you follow our protocols’ – and I find it disgusting,” Ardis said. 

Ardis touched on the dangers of remdesivir during his appearance on The Stew Peters Show. He clarified that the antiviral drug had no approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) when it was mandated for use in hospitals in May 2020. The FDA only gave its full approval to remdesivir in October 2020.

In a separate Brighteon.tv program, Ardis later elaborated on how hospitals used remdesivir as an ICU cocktail alongside other drugs. He told Jeff Peterson and Shannon “Shady” Grove of The Matrixxx Grooove Show that the antiviral drug caused acute kidney failure in 35 percent of patients receiving it within a period of five to 10 days.

Remdesivir’s lethal effects of the kidney worsened when combined with the anti-inflammatory dexamethasone and the antibiotic vancomycin, Ardis continued. He said that when the three drugs were administered in COVID-19 patients, it caused acute kidney failure in up to 45 percent of patients in a span of five days.

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