THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
THE CHART BELOW SHOWS AS EARLY AS 2010 THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION REPORTED THE OPIOID OVERDOSE PROBLEM WAS FROM HEROIN AND ILLICIT FENTANYL HOWEVER BOTH CDC AND DEA-DOJ IGNORED THESE CLEAR FACTS AND CONTINUE PUSHING MME
CONGRESS WAS PUT ON NOTICE EARLY BUT FAILED TO ACT
AS DEA HAS LIED TO CONGRESS ON DECEMBER 18, 2019
THE DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION (DEA) WROTE:
“As a law enforcement agency, DEA is not in a position to authorize or dictate what a doctor prescribes to a patient. DEA cannot grant waivers of any kind when it comes to the practice of medicine because no sick waiver exists.
As the United States’ competent body charges with the management of controlled substances and chemicals for scientific, medical, research, and industrial applications; DEA regulates the flow of controlled substances, not the practice of medicine.
The changing prescribing practices of practitioners are derived by a shift to prescribe medicine consistent with the guidance issued by the Center of Disease Control and Prevention along with the guidance and recommendations of state boards of medicine.”
These are exact word-for-word quotes from the DEA to a sitting Congresswoman. If the DEA denies they wrote this to a member of Congress they are lying.
MASSIVE GOVERNMENTAL OVERREACH
Helen Borel writes in ” American Agony The Opipiod War Against Patients in Pain,”
” The Overreach of government lawyers, police, and prosecutors into the lives of patients in pain, which has been going on for years and is still happening, has gone from distressing to death-promoting. Too many, almost all, of the autocrats, have been blithely abusing their unrestricted powers.
Which abusers include many State prosecutors who’ve gone overboard in their zeal to bring down an entire industry – Prescription Medicine Manufacturering – vital to 21 Century health and survival. Which include Big Pharma corporations that have developed and manufactured opioid medications commonly used for over a century to treat various levels of pain.”