"On Friday March 27th, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer threatened to revoke the medical licenses of doctors and pharmacists who prescribe hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus in Michigan. Four days later, March 31st, the same governor asks the federal government to send her hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus patients."
Wait a minute, we've seen this one! Next she asks you to smell the flower on her lapel, a bunch of water come squirting out, and then all these other clowns start piling out of that little care behind her. Right?
A) Obviously, if a state governor can threaten to yank the "licenses" of doctors and pharmacists should they prescribe a known and proven life-saving drug to sick people, the scam of "state licensing" of such professions — basically a protection racket that allows the elite of those professions to limit competition — is exposed. The endorsement of doctors and physicians based on examination of credentials and maintaining records of complaints of fraud and fatal malpractice would be more safely entrusted to — seriously — the staff of Good Housekeeping magazine.