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Great work in propelling this story into wider public consciousness!! I agree with your assessment of the anti-vax sentiment pre-covid. I wrote about it here, with some screenshots of the kind of vitriol you describe against unvaccinated children prior to the pandemic: https://jackanapes.substack.com/p/the-ugly-demonization-of-the-unvaccinated

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Apr 18, 2023Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

Wow! Good on you, Midwestern Doctor, for bringing Dr. Miller's story to national attention! My heart breaks when I think of how SO MANY unvaccinated people were treated so poorly in this country, the United States of America. The social contract has been broken, and there is no worse offender than the medical community itself. What happened to the Hippocratic Oath?

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Well done!

One voice is timid.

Two, benign.

Three are stressed.

Four grow in time.

Eight are a movement

Sixteen form a crew

Thirty two punch power

Sixty four more then ensue

A hundred, a thousand they keep on dividing.

Spreading the message and slowly unblinding

All the phony messages and heresies of old.

The narrative thus begins to unfold

And true healing can actually help

A sickened society living in doubt.

But remember, it has to start with the first tiny step.

By those daring to go against the grain.

Those rebels others consider insane.

The bravest, the courage, those with integrity.

Those are the heroes

They dance when it rains.

You are a hero doc.

Each day, the army gets bigger until soon critical mass is upon us and the blast will shake the foundations of our mass delusion forever.

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Apr 18, 2023Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

Wonderful to get these stories out there. May they touch hearts and minds.

My family and I are veterans of the 2019 New York vaccine war. I gathered with other parents to fight the good fight, and when we lost, we gathered to discuss our options. We saw the writing on the wall. We talked about vaccine passports coming long before that was cool. I knew something big was coming, and I knew it would also target people of faith. Even then, I was still continuously shocked by how people rolled over for covid insanity.

In other new, may the tide turn. Mississippi hasn't had a religious exemption in something like 40 years and as of today, a federal judge ruled they need to have one.

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Bravo Dr. Miller and AMD for bringing a glowing light on this darkness of what once was our Hippocratic Oath . I got singled out today and can no longer train residents. I’m getting an attorney.

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Apr 18, 2023Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

My mom is an NP in northern WI. She works with a lady doctor from the country of Jordan. She said this woman was a vociferous advocate for the COVID vaccines until a few weeks ago. She got her third booster (4th shot) and promptly had her 2nd COVID diagnosis. Now she says she “won’t be getting anymore of these shots” since they clearly don’t work. Maybe people are starting to wake up.

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Apr 18, 2023Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

While the good doctor mentioned the parable of the good Samaritan, I was also reminded of Matthew 5:10

“Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." (English Standard Version)

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Thank you for posting this important story. You wrote, "There was a palpable degree of hatred for the unvaccinated . . . " I myself experienced this during a visit to a doctor who demanded I put my mask back on. I tried to talk her into allowing me to explain my illness w/o the mask. But she threw her pen down hard and exclaimed, loudly and angrily, "THIS VISIT IS TERMINATED!!" To which I relented and put my mask on, sarcastically saying, "I beg your forgiveness" The visit was followed by substandard care which included at least THREE incorrect medication prescriptions for which I had to email her several times, speak to assistants by phone, and visit the pharmacy over and over. I changed doctors.

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Apr 18, 2023Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

Hopefully more doctors will be brave and speak up. It’s truly sad they need a dosage of bravery to do what every doctor should willingly do. If more had spoken up, the AMA’s threats against their licenses would have been harder to hold over their heads.

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Apr 18, 2023Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

Thanks to people like you and this other doctor, the truth is coming out. Bless you for your encouraging and courageous work.

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Apr 18, 2023Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

NJ, the home state of big pharma, came very, very close to losing the religious exemption for vaccination in January 2020 right before the covid plandemic started. Thank God for the NJ mama bears! We fought back hard and we won!

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I recommend your Substack to all the critical thinkers I know--of course you're making a difference! :)

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MWD, so much of what you and Dr. Miller wrote resonates with me. As an informed CA resident, 2015 was a traumatic year. I marched in Sacramento against SB277 along with thousands of others who poured into the capitol building to protest the vaccine mandates for CA’s school children only to be treated with complete disdain by legislators. I agree, 2015-16 was a prelude to COVID mandates. When news was heard that SB277 had passed, many including myself, grieved the loss of medical freedom not only for CA school children but for the eventual certain loss of medical freedom for our nation and the world. I am thankful, however, that the struggle and loss strengthened my resolve against future vaccine mandates (as I’m sure it did for many) which we know was key to actually staying safe during the pandemic.

On Dr Miller’s topic, I am a hospital worker in the Bay Area so I was privy to overhearing derogatory conversations about the unvaccinated. Nurses and doctors held very strong beliefs that the unvaccinated did not deserve care. It stemmed from a resentment over the false belief that the covid vaccines stopped the spread and anti vaxxer’s choice to reject the medical community’s recommendation to be vaccinated. Eventually because of COVID vaccine mandates which singled me out, I was found out as an antivaxxer. Some coworkers stopped talking to me or could no longer look me in the eye. Like I was no longer the person they knew. So when I read Dr Miller’s story I knew in my heart it was true.

Words are insufficient to say thank you MWD and thank you to Dr Miller for your contributions to humanity. No doubt you both have much treasure stored up in heaven.

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Apr 18, 2023Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

Wonderful to learn of truly compassionate doctors.

I, at 67, was in the hospital for COVID unvaccinated. Oxygen went down to 76. I was lectured about getting the jab and bit my tongue as I needed some help. Basically I just got a steroid. But I’m thankful it wasn’t one of those worse ventilator stories.

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The anchor's statement at the end, saying that Dr. Miller lost everything...How about God used Dr. Miller in a mighty way and then led him to a new mission field!

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Apr 18, 2023·edited Apr 18, 2023Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

I began speaking out against vaccines in 2017 and was excoriated by many...no...make that excoriated by all.

Now I have to hold my "I told you so" tantra, though it seems so right to rub their noses in it, these vaccinated-all.

Despite everything they still engage in polite patter and pithy yik-yak, oblivious to the approach of the abyss they are facing.

What can I say? It seems such a long trek, this brief last three years... Lord help me arrange the lifeboats to hold as many as will board.

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