Why doesn’t Governor Inslee know COVID-19 treatments exist?

By Kelly Mitchell, HealthyImmunityNow.org

Over the past several months, Governor Inslee has announced to the citizens of WA State that no treatments exist for COVID-19 and so he has no other recourse but to shut down businesses, isolate and socially-distance individuals, and order everyone to put on a mask until a vaccine comes along to save us.

The economic, physical, emotional, and psychological impacts these orders have been having are staggering, yet we are supposed to believe no sacrifice is too great when faced with a virus for which there is no “cure.”

But is it true that there is no “cure”, meaning no effective treatments? Are doctors all over the world really throwing up their hands in defeat and telling their patients there is nothing they can do to prevent severe disease? Nothing they can do to reduce risk of death?


All over the world, and here in the United States, knowledgeable frontline doctors ranging from those working in ICU’s at major hospitals to small family naturopathic practices are closely following the science and using their years of experience in treating symptoms similar to those presented by COVID-19 to choose on-the-shelf inexpensive and often un-patentable treatments to help their patients. And they are finding great success.

Back in April, Paul E. Marik, M.D., FCCM, FCCP, Endowed Professor of Medicine, Chief of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine, Eastern Virginia Medical School said,

“People are dying needlessly from COVID-19. This protocol can save lives.”

The protocol is known as “MATH+”. Dr. Marik is one of the five highly respected critical care doctors who founded the Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance. MATH+ is their combination drug and nutrient protocol that includes IV-Vitamin C. On May 5, one of the founders, Dr. Pierre Kory, testified about the success of the protocol before U.S. Senate Homeland Security Committee on treating COVID-19, yet this is likely the first time many reading this article have heard about it.

In their medical practice in Michigan, David Brownstein, MD, and colleagues helped 100% of their patients recover from COVID-19 with Vitamins A, C, D, iodine and hydrogen peroxide and ozone therapies. A case series study outlining these therapies called, A Novel Approach to Treating COVID-19 Using Nutritional and Oxidative Therapies, was published in the July issue of Science, Public Health Policy, and The Law.

These are just two of the many nutrient, drug, and combination nutrient/drug protocols that have been developed and that are working to save lives now, as well as to prevent the development of severe disease.

Yet Governor Inslee and the WA State Department of Health continue to say that until a vaccine or “cure” is developed, staying masked up and shut down, forfeiting our lives in so many ways, is all they have to offer. Why?

One reason is because the state is resistant to telling the public about any treatments that have not been through randomized clinical trials and approved specifically for COVID-19 by the FDA. Clinical trials are a costly and lengthy process, often only affordable to large drug companies hoping for big future profits. But during the outbreak of a novel virus, it is unethical to silence or withhold information about existing treatment protocols due to a lack of randomized trials. The protocols now finding success utilize nutrients and drugs that are FDA approved for other illnesses, and that have been safely used for years, even decades, for other similar conditions. Their safety and effectiveness in preventing and treating COVID-19 is becoming increasingly clear, and they should be announced and shared. Most importantly, Governor Inslee and his Secretary of Health John Wiesman should take action to disseminate the information to practitioners and the public to ensure minimal loss of life, and minimal collateral damage to the community.

But the governor is not listening to frontline doctors or citizens, or the elected members of the state legislature for that matter. He is listening to The Institute for Disease Modeling (IDMOD.org) of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Global Health Division, which is focused on experimental vaccines (liability-free under the PREP Act) and high tech surveillance systems. The governor is also listening to McKinsey & Company, a consulting firm with financial ties to the Gates Foundation and global health giants such as the World Health Organization and GAVI (also heavily funded by Bill Gates).

The Seattle Times reported on August 10 that McKinsey landed a total of $5 million dollars in no-bid contracts with Washington State, and a June ProPublica investigation said McKinsey “has at times faced scrutiny regarding some of its choices of clients and work” and that “McKinsey reached out to local, state and federal governments starting in March to offer services related to the virus.” Their investigation revealed that McKinsey has insinuated itself just about everywhere in this pandemic, and not everyone is pleased with the results.

An email that was revealed through a public records request takes on a disingenuous and unsettling quality in light of the fact that McKinsey was reaching out for business in so many directions, and that they won no-bid contracts in WA. The sender, Kurt DelBene, is an executive vice-president at Microsoft, and married to Congresswoman Suzan DelBene.

email from Kurt DelBene of Microsoft to Governor Christine Gregoire

ProPublica reported that “Hiring McKinsey is a famously expensive proposition, even when compared with its leading competitors. A single junior consultant — typically a recent college or business school graduate — runs clients $67,500 per week, or $3.5 million annually. For $160,000 per week, you get two consultants, the second one mid-level.” They also report that McKinsey is offering COVID-19 rates as “philanthropic prices”, but at $125,000 per week for two consultants, it’s still no bargain for taxpayers who are seeing their own incomes plummet and their businesses die.

The longer the state stays in emergency mode, the more money IDMOD and McKinsey make. Neither company appears to have any interest in existing treatment protocols, not especially those that utilize nutrients such as Vitamin C, D, and zinc. In fact, the Gates Foundation doesn’t tend to invest in companies that invest in cheap and readily available solutions. They are helping fund Wellcome, a self-described “politically and financially independent foundation” that is purportedly using a “COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator” to “research, develop and bring effective treatments to market quickly.” They specifically exclude “Traditional Chinese Medicines; vitamins and supplements”, likely because they are un-patentable and so provide no products the drug industry can bring to market. Vitamins C & D may help improve health and immune resilience, but they do nothing for the financial health of the drug industry.

Where does that leave the citizens of Washington State? For now, we’re on our own to learn about existing treatment protocols, which is why the grassroots all-volunteer organization HealthyImmunityNow.org exists. On our website, we provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions to protect yourself and choose the treatments that suit you best, as well as links to resources to help you find knowledgeable practitioners.

And if you’re unhappy with the state of Washington State’s response to COVID-19, remember there is an election coming up in November.

Visit HealthyImmunityNow.org to learn more and Be Free!


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