Don't Tread on Liberty

Here's Your Prescription: The Truth and How to Prepare. Now Take your Medicine.

May 18, 2022 Jason Davis Season 3 Episode 24
Don't Tread on Liberty
Here's Your Prescription: The Truth and How to Prepare. Now Take your Medicine.
Show Notes Transcript

The truth is hard to come by these days, especially in medicine. Dr. Sayed Haider was working in the hospitals in New York when things went bad. He soon realized that things were not as they were being portrayed. Eventually, he found himself out of work. With no hospital jobs available he started doing Telemedicine and now has his own site where people like you and me can get real help and an honest doctor.  Dr. Haider has TONS of great information to share so DO NOT MISS THIS!

Guest Bio:
Dr. Syed Haider is board certified in Internal Medicine with additional training in Functional, Alternative and Chinese Medicine. He has extensive experience working in hospitals, clinics, communities and online.

Dr. Haider spent over 15 years plugged into corporate healthcare and helped over 25,000 patients. But there was something missing and he finally realized that really great healthcare isn’t guaranteed by big budgets and pages of protocols. Humans aren’t cogs in a machine. Doctors aren’t interchangeable widgets and neither are patients. The best healthcare depends on people and personal relationships.

Dr. Haider has worked in clinics and hospitals all over the country. From New York to Florida, Hawaii to Texas. Arizona to Virginia. He has seen the good and the bad, online and off. Mostly he's seen fractured and disjointed, impersonal and inconvenient healthcare. Dr. Haider has taken his experience and used it to create something that’s been missing for many patients: convenient, personal and professional physician services available from anywhere at the touch of a button.
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fighting back against the left's non stop attacks on liberty, freedom. And America, America. This is don't tread on liberty. Jason Davis is on the air.

Jason Davis:

Hey, welcome back to don't tread on liberty. Thanks for being here. This is Jason Davis and we're back with our spring solution shows, we talk a lot about problems and things like that, and what's happening. But lately, we've been doing some solution programs. So today, our expert on the front line in the medical field, he worked in internal medicine for over 10 years. He's trained in multiple disciplines of medicine, even Chinese medicine. And he's focused exclusively on the treatment and prevention of COVID-19 since December of 2020. Dr. SCI Ed Hyder is here, doctor. How are you?

Dr. Sayed Haider:

I'm great. Thanks for having me. It's a pleasure.

Jason Davis:

Yeah, thanks for being head. So, so obviously, you're on the front lines, you did your residency in New York City, that's kind of like the Belly of the Beast, right. And you're an internal medicine. So I mean, I would, I'm fascinated by this. So tell me, from your perspective, when all of this started, how did this all kind of come down for you? What did you see? And when did you kind of figure out that the treatment protocols that were being pushed really weren't working?

Dr. Sayed Haider:

Yeah. So when the pandemic first hit, I was doing hospitalist work. So you know, patients who have been in the hospital know that usually, you'll see a hospital doctor and they're called hospitalists. So I was doing that. And I actually caught COVID In the first month, month and a half, after I had been working there, and that Job was coming to an end, it was kind of like a part time thing that I had done for that hospital just to help them out until they had hired somebody. And so, at the very beginning of the pandemic, this must have been like February or March, New York was sending out like, you know, frantic requests to doctors, hospital doctors, like myself, come and help us, you know, come to the frontlines, we were overwhelmed, you know, we're gonna need tons of people, and they were offering like, ridiculous pay rates, like double or two and a half times what you normally make. And so, so I actually bought a ticket, you know, my sign up with somebody, and I was ready to go like, the next day, and then they cancelled at the last minute, and they were like, you don't need to come. And then after that, there were no jobs anywhere in the country for hospital doctors for like, the next 18 months. Okay. So, you know, right then, right, the very start, you know, me and like every other physician I knew, was just like, Oh, it's just the flu bug, you know, it's just another virus, like, what's the big deal? And so we didn't really, we didn't take it seriously, no one was really taking it seriously to begin with. And I think if you can, people can remember back to that time, really, like no one, even in the government was taking it seriously. Like everyone was just like, it's not a big deal. Including Fauci, including everyone, right, though, that all that change later on. But, you know, that was kind of the first kind of, like, strange thing about it, that didn't really jive with what the media was portraying about it. Right, that, you know, these hospitals were overwhelmed. And, you know, you're seeing, you're hearing all these things in the media that New York is being overwhelmed. And I was like, No, it's not really, there's, there's no one there, there's, hospitals are basically empty. And so and then after that, you know, I caught it, I developed long COVID At that point, we didn't even know what long COVID was, I don't know that anyone knew what it was. And so I had these weird symptoms. And I was just like, I don't know where this came from, you know, I can't sleep very well, I have insomnia, have some anxiety, and, you know, some other symptoms that lasted for months. And so I was just kind of, like, doing different things that I knew have to, like, from a functional medicine standpoint, Chinese medicine standpoint, you know, herbs and stuff. And, and they've kind of gradually went away and but it took like, six, seven months, it took a while. And then the pandemic, you know, really started getting rolling. And you know, Trump was talking about hydroxychloroquine. And then I saw that the media just like suddenly, like, turned on him and turned on hydroxychloroquine everything that you would say would be like, oh, like, That can't be true, you know? And then the media did the same thing with the vaccines, right? They were like, all the Democrats were like, don't get vaccinated with those, you know, rush to vaccines. And then, you know, as soon as he's out of office, everyone should get vaccinated right away, you know, they're the same vaccines. It's not like you've made new ones, you know, in 24 hours after he was you know, kicked out. So there were there were a lot of these kind of, like weird things going on. And and then I started hearing about drugs or ivermectin. So, after I didn't, you know, I didn't find any hospital jobs. So I started working online, and I was working for a big telemedicine company, and I was seeing patients come in with COVID. And so I started looking around, because, you know, I've, for years I had been into like functional medicine, alternative medicine, and so I kind of knew from prior experience that, you know, there's always something that they're not telling you, you know, there's always like, what's the Real good stuff. You know what, what's the stuff that really works and it's not going to be the stuff that's the expensive new stuff. It's probably going to be something old. It's been around for a while. And so I was already searching around for those things. So hydroxychloroquine was on my radar. And then ivermectin kind of arrived. And I have to admit, you know, unfortunately, I kind of like believed them on the hydroxychloroquine. Like, I didn't even really look into it. I was like, Oh, I guess it doesn't work, you know, like, new data came out. And I was just kind of like browsing and not really going deep into it. Because I didn't have a lot of patients interested in using it. Basically, no one was interested in using anything off label because they just didn't believe that anything existed. So, so people would start coming to me. And then I started looking over my head. I was like, Okay, well, hydroxychloroquine supposedly doesn't work. But ivermectin seems to be safe. And all these studies show at work. So then I started offering that, but like, 99, out of 100, people would just kind of like, stare at me, like with this blank stare, like, What are you talking about? You know, like, they had never heard of it. You know, it's this weird sounding Med, the, you know, it's not a normal, you know, thing that you use commonly, and the media wasn't talking about it. So like, it's hard to convince people of something when, like, everyone in the world, you know, isn't talking about it? And you would expect that they would be for something like this, right? If, if there was something that treated COVID or prevented COVID, you'd be like, it must, it would have been on CNN, it wouldn't be, you know, Fauci would be talking about it, like how this guy's crazy, like, so that was my experience until

Unknown:

until the doctor Pierre Korea's interview went viral in front of the Senate. So Ron Johnson Senate hearing, you know, like, that really turned the tide in a big way, you know, because it got the word out to millions of Americans, you know, something like 10 20 million people saw it before it was pulled down, right. And now probably way more just because it's been making the rounds on rumble. And wherever else you know, it's outside of YouTube. And so people actually start coming searching for ivermectin at that point. And then things really kind of took off for myself and other doctors who were wanted to give this in the ditch couldn't find anyone to give it to. So at that point, I kind of broke off from that medicine telemedicine company and started my own site, because just people were just like searching and finding us. And you know, they were no websites up that had lists of doctors who were willing to prescribe this and, and there was just like a handful of us in the beginning. And there were like so many patients who were looking for it. So that's how I kind of got started and got into it, and figured out that it was working. Yeah.

Jason Davis:

So it's funny that you mentioned that there were no jobs. You know, they say it's a medical emergency. Where I live, the hospital says there they're overflowing you drive by there's not a single car there. Right. I think we've had people walk in with cameras into the waiting room. And they asked the front desk. Well, I thought you guys were overflowing with patients, where's all the patients? And they're like, Oh, we don't have no patients here. Like there's hardly there's hardly anybody here.

Dr. Sayed Haider:

Yeah, that's why we're broadcasting tick tock videos all day long. Nurses dancing in the hallways, right. Yeah,

Jason Davis:

I mean, it's just insane. And they that's still continues today. Of course, there's a big medical shortage. And you know, they're firing 1000s of people for not taking the shot. And then they're claiming they're short handed. I wonder why. So that's very interesting. So your site goat, my go to doc.com. This is where people can go. You can get prophylaxis you can get, you know, ivermectin for that kind of treatment, if you want or things like that, right. That's what you're talking about.

Dr. Sayed Haider:

Yeah, exactly. So we have, like a group of drugs, you know, that I prescribed for prevention or for treatment. And nowadays, I think I would just keep it on hand because I'm convinced the pandemic is not over. So what happens in a population is that you have a huge spike, like we saw with Omicron, like we saw Delta, but last, you know, is like not quite as big of a spike. But every time there's a big spike, and basically everyone kind of gets exposed, everyone gets sick. And even the people who didn't think they got exposed, oftentimes did get exposed. But anyway, that the population kind of develops this kind of super immunity that lasts for three, four months, right? And it'll it'll actually prevent any infection, not just like COVID, but like even a cold or a flu or some other virus comes along, even you won't even get sick from that, right. So like typically, most people's experience of their lives is like they'll get sick and then they don't get sick for another few months. It's not like you keep getting colds back to back unless you know something wrong with your immune system. So this is what's been happening since the beginning of the pandemic, The unusual thing that no one expected was that the virus would mutate so much and so many times and and what it actually kind of like hints that is that it's not really mutating because Coronavirus is don't really do that, like the way this one is doing it that each of these variants may actually have been created and released, unfortunately. But even if it is natural progression, natural evolution, you know, even though it's quite suspicious looking, you know, omicron kind of came out of left field I mean, if you look at an evolutionary tree of COVID It's like Where the hell did this come from? Now, let me let me like precursors

Jason Davis:

now let me say that'd be there for a second. So if it let's assume it was a naturally occurring virus, which I don't think it is, but if it were, each of these variants would typically be less virulent than before, right?

Dr. Sayed Haider:

So this is often the case, not always. So usually evolution goes in that direction, because otherwise, if it becomes super virulent, and kills people very quickly, then it can't spread anymore. And so like it's an evolutionary dead end. But it's not always the case. There are some really super contagious things and super, you know, deadly things that actually go in the opposite direction, they get more deadly. So, you know, that is kind of like a layman's kind of understanding that typically things go in that direction, they don't always. It seems like you know, Delta kind of got worse and Omicron kind of got better, but like, better and worse is kind of relative anyway, right? Because delta was more severe, but it didn't infect as many people as Omicron did. Omicron was much less severe, but it affected like way more people. And so it actually ended up killing as many as delta did. And hospitalizing as many as delta did. I mean, I know, like, the numbers aren't really accurate that the government gives us they're, like, overblown, and they're over counting and everything I understand. I agree with that. But you know, they're all we have. So going by those numbers, you know, the death rate, whatever was probably about similar even though I had to infect like four or five times more people to do it. But at the end of the day, I mean, it still affects the population in the same way, it just infected more people to to accomplish the same thing as delta. And more important for most people. It's not the acute infection. I mean, like, most people in the US who died were over 80. Right. So generally, once you get to that age, you're almost you know, I mean, you're close to the end anyway, right? Like, you have like a year or two left. I mean, you're way past like, kind of like, goodbye. Yeah, you're, you're past the age where most people are passing away and pass the normal life expectancy. So I mean, a lot of people at that age, they may have died from anything that came along that year, right, whether it was a cold or a flu or any other bug, right, it might have just been like, that was their year to go. And, you know, it happened to be COVID that hit them and, or, you know, it could have been the flu, you know, If COVID hadn't been around. Yeah, so that's a possibility. And, and that kind of points to the fact that, you know, the life years that are lost by somebody who's over 80 It's like one or two or three life years lost, you know, what was their life expectancy at that point pretty short. Versus life years lost by somebody younger, who may have died due to lock downs, you know, that's a real crime against humanity. The lock downs killed people were primarily a lot younger, and you know, from suicide, homicide, you know, overdoses, things like that, but also things like missed care for like heart attacks, strokes, cancers, those things were killing people, and they had nothing to do with COVID. And we have the numbers and the life years lost or like 50%, or more than even the inflated COVID Death numbers, right. So that just really kind of, like irks me, you know, like, and I knew that right from the beginning. Like, as soon as the lockdowns were being talked about, you know, the experts of the time were like, are you crazy? I mean, we've known for decades that don't work. And the same with masks, like we've known for decades that don't work and, you know, even Fauci and like all these people, it was all well known. And then suddenly, we just like shifted the conversation and like, only people who are like gung ho for lockdowns were allowed on television or in the mainstream media. And, you know, they just, it's like astroturfing. Right? You're like making it seem as though it's like this groundswell of support. And it's really like, you're just cherry picking certain people to stick up there on YouTube and then CNN and NBC. But yeah, when lockdowns were announced, I was like, people are going to be dying from this, you know, there's going to be people losing their jobs and livelihoods, and you know, then it concentrates wealth at the top even more. That's all it accomplished impoverished people, so they have less time. And they're less able to like resist vaccination, right? Like, now they have a second job, or now they have two and a half jobs to put food on the table and pay their bills and pay their, you know, mortgage and pay their, you know, their debts and stuff and take care of their children and their wife and you know, their parents and whoever, you know, they're taken care of. So like, most Americans didn't want to take this vaccine, right. Like, they didn't want to get injected. And a lot of them just like, went ahead and did it because they were like, I'm stuck between a rock and a hard place. Sure, I can refuse. But it's like coercion, right? I mean, like, I have no other option, I have another job, you know, I'll lose my job or lose my livelihood. My, you know, and then you lose everything, right? Like most people in this country, they just live paycheck to paycheck, right? Like, hardly anyone has like an extra 50 bucks. Right for like an unexpected medical expense, even if there was some study, like barely anyone has like an extra $200 for an unexpected expense in this country. So, I mean, we look at people like that. I mean, it's clear out and out coercion, no, like, you can't those people can't afford to lose their jobs. Right?

Jason Davis:

True. It's very true. And you know, you bring up the vaccine which is not having a very good track record. I mean, if you look in the VARs database, they report over 2 million adverse events in the government system, which they admit only captures 1% of reported events in total. If that's true, I mean, this is our this is going to be a disaster of enormous proportions.

Unknown:

I mean, if it's 1%, you're talking about everyone who was vaccinated has an adverse event, that's 200 million. Right. So like, you know, a little bit over 200 million, you know, maybe a lot more now, but 20 million or so Americans have been fully vaccinated with the vaccines. And so the 1% It's not what the government, you know, admits to but it's a Harvard study that, you know, came up with the 1% number, right, there's varying, there's varying estimates, you know, some people think that it's, you know, you have to multiply by 100, to get the real numbers on, people think you have to multiply by 40 or 30. Or, you know, regardless the number we agree that it's low. Yeah, it's always low for everything, like everyone agrees that it's always under reported. It's not over reported. And that's what the CDC is basically saying. And the FDA is basically saying that this is vastly like all of it is over reporting. There's nothing like actually due to the vaccine, there's no deaths to the vaccine. I mean, there's 25,025,000 reported deaths, but they're saying that none of them are actually due to the vaccine. They're all over reporting. I mean, that's like, What are you talking about, like 25,000,000%? Over reporting? I mean, it's like, it's insane

Jason Davis:

what they're saying, well, first of all, 2 million adverse events that are actually reported, which we all agree is low. That's more than the total number of COVID deaths, period. And as far as that 25,000 deaths that they report in that system, we already have federal lawsuits pending, whistleblowers have come out and said, That is way, way low. They're removing, we

Dr. Sayed Haider:

have a lot of confirmatory data. I know Absolutely. Right. There's just one source of data. I mean, the number I believe, you know, is pretty close to accurate is probably 3040 multiplayer, right? So that gives us a million deaths 25,000 times 40. That's about a million. And then you can arrive at that number a lot of different ways. Like Steve Kirsch arrived at the same app around the same number, like seven eight different ways, right. So so and other people also have kind of confirmed the same range of deaths, right. And this was months ago. And at that time, he was like, coming up with 200,000 deaths. Now we're up to like a million, which is just crazy. I mean, seriously, but like you said, it's not just the vaccine adverse events reporting system, it was confirmed by Medicare data confirmed by Department of Defense data confirmed by insurance industry data, It all says the same thing. And it was like this, you know, dam was about to break at sea, it really seemed like, all of this was about to get out, right. And then suddenly, the war in Ukraine happens. And the media spins on a dime. And now all we talk about is the Ukraine 24/7. And what people don't realize is the US government was kind of poking the Russian bear and kind of like, you know, provoking them. Right. Ukraine was actually talking about nuclear rising themselves. I mean, that's literally the same thing as the Cuban Missile Crisis. Okay. Ukraine is on Russia's border, right. Imagine US nuclear armaments on the Russian border? I mean, who's gonna put up with that? Certainly not.

Jason Davis:

But yeah. And then there's all this other stuff that they have now with, you know, Biden's family connections and the money go into Ukraine, and then you have Bio Labs in Ukraine, federal government contracts to do this exact testing that has unleashed this thing. I wouldn't

Dr. Sayed Haider:

be surprised if a well placed bomb takes out all the records. So, you know, whatever happened in the Ukraine in the last 20 years, involving, you know, our American politics. So,

Jason Davis:

so it's something that you you write about, that's very interesting. And others have talked about it, but you say the virus and the mRNA shot together, is creating a modified pathogen. What do you mean by that?

Dr. Sayed Haider:

So so so I think I know what you're referring to. So what I meant was that the virus is a pretty bad bio weapon on its own, okay. The real weapon is the spike protein, you know, and the virus is a delivery system, you know, it comes into your body and multiplies, but the damage is done by the spike protein, that's what causes the inflammation causes the, you know, the cytokine storm, it causes the white out in the lungs, it causes long COVID It causes everything, right, it's all really down to the spike protein. But a virus isn't the best delivery system for a spike protein because it kind of is stopped primary stopped by the surface immune system, and then it doesn't penetrate very deeply beyond this. Surface immune system, you feel sick everywhere, but the virus isn't literally everywhere in your body, okay? Even though you have aches and pains and stuff like that, and fever, you don't actually have virus everywhere in your body. But the injection, it one ups that right, it's a much better delivery system. So if, if despite proteins like bullets, you know, it's like comparing, like a six shooter to like a machine gun, right? Like, it's just, it's gonna give you a lot more bullets and a lot more damage. So the way it does it is there's a number of ways. So the lipid nanoparticles take a modified mRNA. So the mRNA is kind of like it's strengthened artificially, so that it doesn't degrade in the body the way normal mRNA does, so that the infection, you know, the virus will come in, it'll infect you for a few days, and then everything kind of like breaks up and the mRNA disappears and the viruses dead, and then the spike protein, some of your cells will hold on to it, and those people develop long COVID. But that's it, right? So so that's it, the thing is over and there's some residual spike protein left, whereas with the injection, the lipid nanoparticles take this strengthened mRNA everywhere in your body, to your brain, to your ovaries, to your liver, or to your bone marrow, and all your organs to your heart, you know, and then the organs themselves, all those cells in all those places, take up the mRNA and start producing spike protein, sticking it to their surface, and then they're killed, you know. So that's what was supposed to happen only here, right? That's the way it normally works is the cells in your upper shoulder are supposed to present the spike protein on their surface, and then it trains your immune system to create the antibodies. But then the T killer cells, the natural, natural killer cells come and destroy that cell because it's now it's abnormal. It's like, why are you making spike protein? Right? We're gonna kill you so that you stop, right? Stop doing that. You're not supposed to be doing it. But and that's okay, if it's happening in a tiny little area in your upper shoulder, right? But not okay, if it's happening in all your blood vessels all throughout your body, you know, cells being destroyed everywhere, left and right. And then not only that, but it continues, it doesn't just stop after a few days, it keeps going because the mRNA doesn't degrade. And it's been found now in lymph nodes, for example, month, like weeks later. And we don't know how long it continues for because no one's looking, no one's checking. Right? So so now you have spike protein being produced causing its inflammation, and it just keeps being produced keep producing inflammation, right, it's not stopping. So that's why I say it's kind of a it's an upgraded weapon that the injection is just an upgraded delivery system for this bio weapon, and, and then what it does, okay, now now is when they kind of like start to interact with each other, then what it does, is it what's called, so there's like an immune immunological term. It's coming to me right now. But basically, what happens is that the immune system kind of gets primed for the original virus, and then it can't upgrade itself to recognize the new variants properly. And so it's being so a natural infection, you're going to recognize the entire thing. So so it's kind of as if like, your, imagine your immune system is a security guard, and a robber attacks, right, and the security guard sees all ends of the robbers invisible, okay, it's the Invisible Man attacking. And the only thing that security guard can see is the gun, the gun is not invisible. Okay. So the security guard recognizes the gun. And then, you know, the next day, another robber attacks, you know, and they're holding a different gun, and the security guard doesn't recognize it, or they're holding a knife or something. And the security guards like, it's not the same guy, this is guys. Okay, let him pass through whatever. And so that's what's happening with the immune system, the immune system is learning to recognize just the spike protein, the vaccines are training it to only recognize the spike protein, nothing else. And so when a new virus comes along, maybe it changes the spike protein, it turns the gun into like an Uzi, you know, and your immune system is like, Oh, it's okay. I don't know what that is, it's okay. Must be alright, must be a toy, you know, and so it lets it pass through. And that's what's happening with the, with people's immune systems that they're, even once they get infected with the new variants, their immune system is still stuck on the old pattern, and it can't upgrade itself to the new one. Whereas is the same thing happens with natural infections, like your immune system is kind of like geared towards the first one, and it doesn't upgrade very easily to the next ones. But it recognizes so many parts of the virus and the virus can't change enough to be unrecognizable. In the future. It's like, you know, somebody walks up and you, you can tell who they are, you know, you recognize your mom, you recognize even strangers, right? If you see them one time, and then you see them again, you'll recognize them. Without a doubt. You don't have to have a scar even if they put on an eyepatch, even if they change their hair and color it and you can do a whole lot and you'll still recognize that person, you change your clothes, everything right? And so the virus can go through all these changes, but it can't go through so many changes that a natural, you know, naturally immune person won't recognize it. I mean, you may not prevent it from infecting completely but you're not going to get super sick from it. So this is the main issue with the viruses it's inhibiting the immune response of people or it's giving them like a very poor immune response to only One like isolated piece of the virus, and it doesn't like translate into a good immune response to any other variant. And so now we have all these new variants, right? And so the people who are dying now are the vaccinated people, right? So they have, they've been primed to die from the new variants, right? It's almost like a one two punch, you know, it's could have been, couldn't have been planned worse by a Bond villain, right? To kill people all over the world and reduce the population, right? I mean, it's literally it's out of a James Bond movie. It's crazy. And so you're seeing in like Europe and England, you know, 90% of people who are dying, are dying, vaccinated people in Israel? Yeah. And they, they try to like obfuscate this, you know, obscure these facts by in a lot of countries, they lumped together one vaccine and no vaccine into one group for the statistics. All right, so that you can't really tell that the people who haven't had a vaccine are doing way better than everyone else. Okay. Each shot worsens your outcome, you know, one shot is worse than no shots, two shots worse than one, three shots even worse, you know, and four shots, you know, it's,

Jason Davis:

it's, it's not possible that they don't, no,

Dr. Sayed Haider:

no, it's impossible, literally impossible. There's no way in hell that people in the government, the Bill Gates doesn't know this. All right, they're talking about this behind closed doors. All I can imagine is they have, you know, the smarter you are, the better you are at coming up with some kind of justification for what you do. But at this part, it this point, it's really hard for me to imagine how you justify the data.

Jason Davis:

Right? But I mean, let's, let's be real, right? Like, all these big pharma companies are all convicted felons. They all have been convicted of multiple felonies. Pfizer has been fined What 40 billion or something. I mean, these guys are all habitual repeat offenders lying to doctors lying to regulators, falsifying research, all of it, and it's all and they they do it over and over and over again. And nothing happens. Like they just add whatever I'll pay. I'll pay a fine. Just slap you on the wrist and scale

Dr. Sayed Haider:

the scale of what's going on now like beggars belief, right? Like, I mean, sure, Vioxx, maybe it killed a couple 100,000. I mean, that's horrible enough, right. But you're talking about 10s of millions. I know if the death death rate applies applied, that applies to America applies to the world. We're talking about millions of dead, right, like 5 million dead, maybe more 10 million. Who knows? Right? At this point, 5 billion people have been injected. Okay. So yeah, I'm, you know, 25,000 we're talking about, you know, just in the US that multiply, you know, by 40. Like I said, a million deaths in the US. That's 2.5%. Right of 200. I don't know how many people are in the US. 350 million, 50 million. So, yeah, so. So one 350 of the world population.

Jason Davis:

Numbers. Here's the other thing is they they tried to say 200 million had been vast, I think that those numbers are high, I think that it's actually much less. A lot of people maybe took one shot, and they haven't taken anything else. So you know, you have so I just checked

Dr. Sayed Haider:

if the same death rate applies to the world, we're talking about 14 million dead people. Yeah, I mean, that, that. I mean, the scale of the devastation, I mean, it just like, is beyond words, right. It's beyond understanding. And, and when you're talking about such big numbers, I mean, you're talking about, like atrocities that have literally never occurred in human history. Okay. Or maybe, maybe you'd have to go back to like a, you know, a war, you'd have to go back to what happened in Russia with Stalin, right? 20 million dead, you know, something like that. I mean, you know, 6 million dead in, you know, in Germany, maybe, you know, whatever number you want to put on it, but we're talking about atrocities that are mind bogglingly large, right. And when some when the numbers are that big people are I mean, these people would be hanging right, then we would be talking about Nuremberg, part two, right, like if they got out. So I mean, you can understand that if, if they're aware of this, and they haven't, they can't justify it. And it seems like they can't, then they're running scared, and they would be willing to do anything, right, to prevent this coming out. And I have to like believe that there's some kind of deep state involvement, right, like somebody was went to Pfizer and was like, Don't worry, you're not gonna get in trouble. Just keep going. Because otherwise, you would think that they would stop there. It's

Jason Davis:

just like, well, they're completely immune. They have no immunity. Right. But

Dr. Sayed Haider:

so the immunity thing only applies if they there was no wrongdoing. There was nothing like I mean, they can't like cover up all of this.

Jason Davis:

Immunity. So maybe that was why they didn't want to release the documents for 75 years. Maybe that was,

Dr. Sayed Haider:

yeah, definitely. Yes. So this, you know, with Vioxx, and these other scandals, you don't really find out anything until you get forced discovery in like a court of law and you're forced forcing the company to show you everything. And so I don't know that this is everything that they have this is I think just what the FDA saw. But I don't know, if they had to show the FDA everything that they had, right? These things, I don't know. I mean, so the data that a pharmaceutical company collects, which most doctors don't know, I didn't really even realize this until a few weeks ago. It's proprietary, they don't share it with anyone, they don't even share it with the lead author of the study, they their own scientists behind closed doors, compile it, and put it together and write up the paper and just get it signed by the lead author who conducted the study and collected the data. And, you know, he can give some feedback, but he can't edit it, basically. Right. And then it's sent off to the journal and it's peer reviewed, you know, peer reviewed, and, and all they have access to is what the stroke company wants to show them. You know, it's like, no, there's no checks and balances anywhere, okay? Like, somebody needs to go and pour through all that data, comb through all of it. In the pharmaceutical companies files, that's the only way real peer review would be happening. So the entire system is a sham. And it's been a sham for decades. So people need to understand, yeah,

Jason Davis:

the FDA and the CDC, they get like 40% of their budget from from the pharma companies. I mean, it's, it's ridiculous. They're supposed to be regulating these guys, and they're getting paid by them. So and I have to say, Doc, I mean, no offense to you. I mean, you're a great doctor, obviously, you know, your stuff, but the medical community has lost a whole lot of credibility over the last two years. Would you agree with that?

Dr. Sayed Haider:

Definitely. And at the same time, like, I always try to put myself in other people's shoes. And so like, I kind of liken it to talking to somebody on the other side of the political aisle. It's like, it's impossible to talk about politics, right? Like, you just can't get people to remove their blinders and, like, see things the way that you see them. Right. And, and I understand, like, I grew up in a liberal family, I grew up as a liberal, right, like, I was kicking myself for not voting in this presidential election when I was in college. You know, I was there in Florida, with the Chad's and everything right, when Al Gore. Yeah. And I was like, I should have voted for Al Gore, you know. And so, yeah, all that changed over the course of a few years, right? Like, it took a while for me to get like red pill properly, right. And so, you know, everyone has like a different kind of route to that to like waking up and open their eyes being open and understanding that the CDC is lying, and the FDA is lying, and they're in collusion with the pharmaceutical companies and, and so like it, wherever you are in your life, you can kind of understand how, how doctors are thinking because like, just think about trying to like, red pill, a friend who's like, you know, it's so hard to to, even though the truth is on your side, and even though you can show them evidence, right? Even they just just close their eyes and stick their head in the sand and like refuse to listen to you and refuse to look at the evidence. Or even if you give them evidence, and they hear with their ears, they discount it, you know, all the evidence you throw at them. They're just like, yeah, they come up with some way of just continuing to believe what they believe. Right? Their worldview is unassailable. And so that's what the doctors are feeling. Right. That's what most of the doctors are thinking and feeling. They've they've been utterly brainwashed, deeply brainwashed right to the point where it's credibly difficult to get them to understand that the CDC could possibly be doing something wrong, right? They just trust blindly blind faith. You know, they don't check themselves. Certainly they don't.

Jason Davis:

Nobody. Nobody trusts the government about anything. Why would they trust them about this? Yeah. I mean, I don't understand it. I hear what you're saying. So let's talk about solutions. You were on the reawakened tour. And that you were it was the San Diego stop, right? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. And you actually, you actually talked about something that I've been trying to talk about, you know, we have all these different ideologies, we have all these different freedom groups, you know, some people working on election integrity, some people work on medical freedom, some people working on, you know, whatever it is gun rights, whatever. And then you have all the different religions, you know, and they're all doing their different things, too. And, you know, I'm like, these are all people that would typically be on my side of the aisle, and probably yours, but yet they cannot come together and work together for a common goal. It's almost like they there's all this infighting amongst these groups. On the reawakened tour, you talked about how all religions need to come together for a common principle that we should all agree with. Go ahead and tell us about that. Because I totally agree with Yeah, so So you know,

Dr. Sayed Haider:

you know, I'm a religious person, I believe, you know, Adam and Eve, and I believe, you know, you know, the stories from the Bible. And so if you believe If that right that we all came from Adam and Eve, we are all one big family, right? Like we're distant cousins of each other, basically, right? That's the basic thing. And that's what ties us together. And so even if you don't believe that just you have a humanistic kind of view of humanity, you would agree that, like, our primary concerns are all the same, right? Like we want our life to be secure our health, to be secure our families to be secure our jobs to be secure, you know, we want some, like, freedom and we want some, you know, we want happiness in our life, we want to be able to make some money and good economy, all these things like, we all share the same ideals and desires, right as human beings, right? Like, we can get down to the weeds about all these minor differences. But I would point out to people that like, probably in your own life, the people you get maddest at are the people who are most similar to you, right? Like your siblings, for example, right? Like, I can't get as mad at anyone as I get it, like my brother, okay, like, literally, no one can infuriate me as much as my brother. But we are so similar, right? Like people who meet us think that we're twins, even though we're two years apart, right? And it's just a family resemblance. It's not like, we really look that similar, but to other people, they see the similarities, right, and all we see is the differences. So that's the point that I'd like people to understand that we have to focus on the similarities and stop highlighting all of our differences with like, magnifying glasses, essentially, okay, the really big things in the world, we all have them in common, okay? Like, these are the most important pillars of human life, right? Like, you need to have, you know, good job, and you need to have food on your table. And you need to have bodily security, right, you need to have health, and your life itself is the most meaningful thing, right? So for that, to be at risk, put at risk your health in your life, you know, that's the, that's the most like immediate concern of every living human being. And so that thing needs to be the rallying cry that like, we all join together, fighting for that, right? And, and set aside all these things. I mean, I have a lot of differences with a lot of people, you know, and you can, when you focus on them, you end up hating each other. That's the problem, right? The more you focus on those differences, the bigger they appear, and the more you hate the person, right? Whereas if you just stop looking at those things, and only look at what is similar between you, that'll generate love, right engenders love between people, even people who think that they're different, like, like, you look at what's happening in the Middle East, Arabs, you know, the Palestinians, the Jews, they are very, very close, right, like, even like, historically, and genetically and like, you know, they come from very similar places, like they have very similar cultures, they speak very similar languages. And yet, the, you know, the conflict and the hate is so deep, right? I mean, they both come from Abraham, right?

Jason Davis:

Well, it goes back to goes back to the Bible, and that's the, that's the oldest,

Dr. Sayed Haider:

they were brothers, literally, their, their, their great, great, great, great grandparents were brothers. And now their children hate each other, like, literally, they'll kill each other over nothing. Right? So this, so that's what I was kind of trying to get at that. And so the deep state or whoever, right? Countries around the world, like the elites, they would have us all divided, because that's literally the only way they can control millions of people with just a handful of guns. Like, you know, we got a lot of guns in this country. Right? And it's not really the guns, right? They control us. It's our own divisions that allow us to be controlled, right? Like

Jason Davis:

yeah, they definitely, yeah, they definitely want to divide us for sure. And that's what I've been telling all these groups, you know, these freedom groups like hey, you better come together right now, and or else we're gonna get rolled over. I mean, like, if we're all together, they're not going to be able to do it. If the if if everybody's divided and segmented, then forget it, it's over. So solutions, you've got my go to doc.com that's where people can get prophylaxis treatment or not even even if they're sick, they can get treatment there with the stuff that actually works you know, a CQ and ivermectin make sure to take your zinc with those because if you don't take think it's not going to work. And you brought up some a really good other point, and that's many people were talking about it, you know, with supply chains disrupting, and now food shortages coming. Even the president admits that and gasoline crisis, I mean, you're gonna have all kinds of problems with energy. So people are you know, a lot of people are prepping and trying to have food and water and things like that on hand. But you brought up prepping with antibiotics. You say there's six antibiotics everybody should have. And I assume you can get that on your site too. What are the what are the six antibiotics that everybody should have.

Dr. Sayed Haider:

So they're antibiotics and most people were recognized as just being the thing that go to antibiotics that you get prescribed right when your child has an earache or you have a sore throat or you have pneumonia or bronchitis or you know, skin infection. So most people have heard of these before UTI, right. So it's augmentin or amoxicillin clavulanic acid azithromycin, or Z Pak cephalexin or Keflex. You know, it's a common one used for skin infections and UTIs. ciprofloxacin, another big one that a lot of people have heard about treats traveler's diarrhea and a bunch of other things, stomach infections, all kinds of things. And doxycycline, you know, is a big one going around in COVID circles, but it treats a whole lot of things, right? It'll treat Lyme disease will treat pneumonia, treat all kinds of things. And then metronidazole. So Flagyl, that treats you know, some bacterial infections, treat C diff, it treats, it'll treat like some things, sometimes you have to combine it with other things in order to treat inter abdominal infections, or dental infections and other things like that. So these are kind of like six really important kind of foundational broad spectrum antibiotics that will basically wipe out anything that comes at you. And the reason I thought it was important was it was kind of an extension of was doing with COVID, which basically became 90 90% of the time, it was like people come to me, and they were like, Doc, I just want to in case I get it, right, like, let me just have it in my medicine cabinet. So I can start on day one and start treating it. And then I was like, you know, I started looking into the supply chain. And everyone kind of had this sense that there's something rotten in the supply chains, you know, in the last couple of years, but it didn't really hit too close to home. Because I mean, maybe a little bit of toilet paper shortage, a little bit of this, that like it wasn't anything that was super important for us. But I kind of went down this rabbit hole, researching it and discovered that 97% of antibiotics are made overseas in China, which is not a friendly country, right? If we, if we decided if we decided to, you know, face off against China, they could decide to sanction us by not, you know, blocking our antibiotic supply or our other medications, all all prescription drugs actually primarily made in China, and some in India, which is quite friendly with China, you know, unfortunately, you know, they're, they border each other. And so, so I saw that, and, and I just started thinking about it and and realize that, you know, the pandemic was kind of telegraphed, right, so like a boxer Telegraph's or punches, you know, where they're going to hit you. That World Economic Forum, kind of telegraph this and, and it's hard. You know, it's so coincidental, right, like, there's no other way that every government could have acted in such lockstep, right. Like, they literally did exactly the same thing. They spoke from the same script. They all like implement a lockdown with like, 99 veterans, right? Yeah, yeah. Everyone's saying the exact same words coming out of the mouths of like politicians from every country and every, you know, us casters everywhere, you know. And so that happened two months before the pandemic hit, right. And it was a Coronavirus pandemic that they were Wargaming right. I mean, what are the odds, you know? And so two months later, the Coronavirus pandemic hit, you know, and they were all ready for it. And so the next thing that they were gamed out with all the world's governments was the cyber polygon, right? Event and that's basically a takedown of the internet. And what why would the deep state why would any of these people want to take down the internet, right? So the most effective means of fighting them is reading information and alternative media and alternative media has gotten so powerful, right, like Joe Rogan, gets way more views than anyone else on the planet, it seems like right like CNN, NBC, no one holds a candle, the Joe Rogan, and he has 11 million viewers, and that I mean, these these new shows, get a couple 100,000 You know, on a good day. So So alternative media is, has quite effectively, like been destroying their, their ability to propagandize the American people in the world. Right? And so So what if the internet went out? What if a bad actor, you know, wiped out the internet, you know, took it down, took down the big servers, you know, like so the internet we, we get on the internet from centralized locations, right? Like you, your computer goes through a bunch of wires and everything eventually connects through like a big server farm to get onto the Internet. So there's these gateways to the internet. Right? And so yeah, hacker, I suppose, you know, theoretically could somehow take them down and maybe like, hold them ransom with Bitcoin or something? And then what would the response be like if the internet went down for like, a few days or weeks or something the world would be like, in a loss utterly at a loss, right? Like nothing would work. Nothing would happen, right? Hospitals wouldn't work. Ships wouldn't move, you know, docks, they wouldn't dock like nothing would you wouldn't be able to do anything. Right. So talking about supply chain breakdowns, it'd be supply chain chaos. Okay. And so, and then when they rebooted it, they would be like, Okay, now we need like, just like with banks, when you open a bank account, we need KYC laws. We need to like, confirm your identity in order to get on the internet. So If Joe Rogan wants to get back online and start, you know, broadcasting, he's gonna have to go through, you know, Google data center or something and get a KYC. Done. And, and maybe there'll be like, You know what we don't like Joe Rogan. Sorry, Joe, but you hear not having access to the new internet, you know? So so I'm worried about that. Right? And that's kind of goes to your question of what should we do? What's the solution? Right? Like, we need to, you know, like what Elon Musk is doing, right? Like, we need to demand that we have a free and open internet, right, the way the internet used to be, before all these walled gardens, right before all these like, takeovers of the public square by Twitter, and Facebook and Google and YouTube, right, we need to demand that they either like, you know, fold their cards and like, give up this whole like attack on free speech, or we just yank it back from them, we destroy these companies, and we've got to do something, right. And we got to ensure that our free and open like our ability to speak freely, at least on alternative media sites on a free and open Internet continues to exist. And the internet doesn't turn into some like weird, totalitarian, Chinese, you know, monstrosity, you know, Frankenstein of what it used to be. So kind of gets into like a whole supply chain issue. You know, if the internet went down, yeah, you wouldn't be able to get your hands on anything, right, everything would run dry. So it's not just antibiotics are important for like a situation like a hurricane Katrina or supply chain breakdown of some kind, or, you know, China deciding to like, give us sanctions, you know, we sanction China, they sanction us back. But also, you need a supply of your own medications. If you are taking chronic medications, you need like four to six weeks of that also, in your medicine cabinet, just in case, because if you stop those stuff, those things cold turkey, you know, quit cold turkey. It's not good. People can have strokes, heart attacks, diabetic comas, you know, all kinds of things.

Jason Davis:

Yeah, I mean, you're absolutely right about all that people should be prepared. Definitely gotta get ahead of the supply chain. Alternative Media, for sure, you know, but there is a parallel economy popping up. And, you know, to that point, I mean, there is gab.com, which is free and open. They built their own servers, nobody's taking them down. And the only terms of service on gab is if it's allowed under the First Amendment of the United States Constitution, it's allowed on gab.com. So that is the only free speech platform currently available. I

Dr. Sayed Haider:

totally agree with you, right, like, everyone else is corrupted, right? Every single other platform

Jason Davis:

has been ramped right down to rumble and and getter, and you know, all these other ones that are popping up even true social, President Trump's true social, they've already censored and banned people. Telegram is telegram is doing it. You know, so gap is really the only free place on the internet. And there is a parallel economy forming and more of these types of companies will continue to pop up. So I am hopeful for that. And people like you, Doc, like my go to doc.com. That's another form of the parallel economy. So kudos to you. Congratulations. I really appreciate your time. I really appreciate having you on good conversation. We'll have to have you back to down the road. Thank you. Definitely. Thanks.

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