Patients in Ellsworth, Maine can rest a little bit easier tonight. The Maine Board of Licensure has removed a public menace from the streets. Some quack who had apparently been practicing medicine in Maine for nearly 30 years has been caught red-handed spreading “COVID misinformation,” so the Board took swift action. Dr. Meryl Nass is no longer allowed to practice medicine, effective immediately. And for good measure, the Board of Licensure is also going to destroy Dr. Nass’s entire life, so that everyone else gets the message. This case is a great illustration of why so many doctors and nurses are fearful of speaking obvious truths about COVID and the vaccines.
In the order suspending Dr. Nass’s license, the state board declared that allowing her to continue to practice medicine “constitutes an immediate jeopardy to the health and physical safety of the public.”
Wow! Get this lady off the streets! Sounds like she’s a real menace to society! Although it is kind of weird that Dr. Nass has been practicing medicine in Maine since 1997 and no one noticed what a dangerous criminal she was until now.
But suspending Dr. Nass’s medical license apparently didn’t go far enough. The Maine Board of Licensure has also ordered that she undergo a neuropsychological evaluation with a psychiatrist that the Board will personally select. The order states:
“The information received by the Board demonstrates that Dr. Nass is or may be unable to practice medicine with reasonable skill and safety to her patients by reason of mental illness, alcohol intemperance, excessive use of drugs, narcotics, or as a result of a mental or physical condition interfering with the competent practice of medicine.”
That’s about the most non-specific laundry list of possibly libelous excuses that I think I’ve ever seen. Maybe she’s crazy! Or maybe she’s a drunk! Or maybe she’s whacked out on drugs! Or maybe she has some undiagnosed mental or physical condition! Whatever! We’ll get to the bottom of it!
Given the incredible danger that Dr. Nass poses to the public, you’re probably starting to wonder what exactly she did for the Maine Board of Licensure to declare her a dangerous criminal like this. That’s a fair question.
Dr. Nass prescribed hydroxychloroquine to one of her COVID patients.
When the patient took that prescription to the pharmacy, the pharmacist (an obvious Joe Biden voter) pitched a fit and refused to fill the prescription order that Dr. Nass had written. The patient called Dr. Nass, so she did exactly what you would want your doctor to do in that situation: She lied to the pharmacist.
Dr. Nass told the pharmacist that “My patient has Lyme disease, so fill the damned prescription already.”
And Dr. Nass has been perfectly open about this. When the Maine legislature held a hearing earlier this year, looking into why so many pharmacists were refusing to fill physicians’ prescriptions for safe and effective drugs like hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin, Nass testified at that hearing. She told the legislature she had lied to that pharmacist in order to treat her patient.
It’s not like she was doing something sneaky, or even illegal. It’s none of a pharmacist’s damned business what a doctor prescribes to their patients. That snooty leftwing pharmacist decided to insert himself into the middle of the confidential doctor-patient relationship and upend a physician’s professional recommendation for treatment of an illness.
For practicing medicine honorably and doing everything to ensure that a patient received the best care possible, the Maine Board of Licensure is going to extraordinary lengths to smear a good doctor who has been treating patients for more than 25 years. Do you want to know why so many doctors are afraid to speak out against the insane COVID “guidance” from the CDC and Big Pharma? Look no further than how Dr. Meryl Nass is being treated.
She stood up for one patient, and the Board of Licensure suspended her medical license and declared her a possible drunken, drug-addicted crazy person. I hope she sues the pants off these people for what they’ve done to her. We could use a lot more doctors like Meryl Nass during these crazy times.