“Dr. Mary Bowden joins Kristi Leigh to discuss her $25 Million lawsuit against Houston Methodist Hospital for the things they said about her as she tried to treat her covid patients with alternatives such as ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine.” – War Room With Owen Shroyer

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“I started noticing that when the vaccines came out that a lot of patients were testing positive, and not only that they were symptomatic, and before I knew it, I had more people testing positive who are symptomatic who were vaccinated and unvaccinated. So I started speaking out about that on Twitter and basically saying, I think the final straw which Methodist really didn’t like was saying the vaccine mandates are wrong. And they are the first hospital in the country to mandate the vaccine for their employees. They may have been the first business for all I know, but they were leading that movement… What they’re doing is completely wrong. And you know, we can lay down and just work around it, but it needs to be stopped, and it’s very sad, and it’s criminal, and I. you know, it needs to be stopped. I wish all doctors would do this. Apparently, I’m the only one calling them out like this.” – Dr. Mary Bowden

Sources referenced in the video above:

Houston Chronicle: River Oaks doctor sues Houston Methodist for $25M after suspension over COVID misinformation

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Mary Talley Bowden MD Substack: Cancelled by a Hospital

FOX 26 Houston: Doctor suspended from Houston Methodist Hospital last year filing $25M lawsuit

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