Doctor Who Said Masks Cause Carbon Dioxide Poisoning Has License Revoked

The Oregon Medical Board issued a final order on September 2 against Steven Arthur LaTulippe for “dishonorable or unprofessional conduct; repeated negligence in the practice of medicine; and gross negligence in the practice of medicine.” He was also fined $10,000.

LaTulippe’s license was first suspended last December. The suspension was upheld in May after the board found that his family practice, Southview Medical Arts in Dallas, operated in such a way that it constituted an “immediate danger” to the public and presented a “serious danger” to public health and safety.

He also spread misinformation to his patients about masks being ineffective against COVID-19 and falsely claimed they could cause carbon dioxide poisoning.

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The board found that LaTulippe frequently told his patients to remove their masks, even if they were suffering from COVID symptoms, and relied on his receptionist to determine how sick his visitors were by sight alone, The Oregonian reported.

“[LaTulippe] had trained his receptionist ‘to look at [the patient] and just take a look at them and see if they look sick,’ and, if the patient was ‘smiling and happy,’ the receptionist was instructed to ask how the patient was feeling,” medical board documents said.

At least 95 percent of LaTulippe’s patients did not wear masks at the clinic between March and December 2020, he told board officials.

Those who did wear masks had either tested positive or were displaying extreme symptoms. Even then, LaTulippe did not cover his face when dealing with them.

He believed the body’s natural immune system was a more effective defense against COVID-19 than wearing a mask, the board said.

The physician was also recorded dismissing the importance of masks in a speech at a “Stop the Steal” rally in Salem on November 7, which backed Donald Trump‘s false claims that the 2020 election was rigged.

“I hate to tell you this, I might scare you, but I and my staff, none of us, once wore a mask in my clinic,” he told the crowd, reported The Huffington Post. “And how many problems did we have in our clinic from that? Zero.”

The clip, originally posted on YouTube by the Multnomah County Republican Party, has since been removed for violating the platform’s community guidelines.

The Oregon Medical Board also found that in at least eight cases, LaTulippe prescribed high doses of opioids to patients who may not have required such strong and addictive medication.

Original Article: Doctor Who Said Masks Cause Carbon Dioxide Poisoning Has License Revoked (msn.com)

9 thoughts on “Doctor Who Said Masks Cause Carbon Dioxide Poisoning Has License Revoked

    1. Fact :
      The mask does not stop the corona virsus.
      The mask ids classified as a N95 which means it will stop 95Z% of particles bacteria that are larger than 0.25 micron.
      The smallest bacteria or piece of bacteria that can reproduce is 0.25 micron.
      The largest virsus known is less than 0.01 micron.
      the mask is about as effective as a screen door on a submarine to prevent transmission of virsus.
      N95 masks are designed to remove more than 95% of all particles that are at least 0.3 microns (µm) in diameter. In fact, measurements of the particle filtration efficiency of N95 masks show that they are capable of filtering ≈99.8% of particles with a diameter of ≈0.1 μm (Rengasamy et al., 2017). SARS-CoV-2 is an enveloped virus ≈0.1 μm in diameter, taken from
      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7224694/

  1. After more than 50 years in newspaper journalism, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a more poorly written article than this example. To wit: “He also spread misinformation about the masks being ineffective. . .”; says whom and based on what? “. . . In a speech at a rally. . . in Salem. . . which backed Donald Trump’s false claims that the 2020 election was rigged”. Who said the claims are false?
    Fact is, the jury’s still out on whether or not the masks are ineffective, so we don’t know if that’s “misinformation” or not.
    As for the election being “rigged”, the jury’s still out on that one, too, so regardless of the fact the reporter made these two claims without attribution, they may not be true. I’ve seen better high school journalists!

    1. Bravo! Very well said Trish. You took the words right out of my mouth. I thought the exact same thing about each and every point you made. Absolutely atrocious journalism! But then, what should we expect since the extreme lunatic, left has taken over all of our main-stream media.

  2. If the entire west coast were to drop into the ocean this would rid so much of the BS and filth from the US . FU to all you low life liberals, your type is poison and a danger and should be wiped out by ANY means necessary.

  3. SOOO . . . What’s the PROBLEM? He’s CORRECT – but he forgot one thing: The GERMLOAD on that mask is HUGE and APPALLING. Masks DON’T work! One Enlightened Patriot. Team Trump And His Allies 2020 – MAGA (WE’RE NOT going away!).

  4. These masks don’t work. I watch people in stores constantly touching them then touching everything in the store. People are always messing with them pulling them down below their nose and people reuse disposable masks all the time. The Oregon Medical Board appears to be a bunch of morons but typical it seems for almost all in that state. Is there anything left of Oregon after all the burning, killing and bums (BLM and ANTIFA) camping out wherever they please. This has to be one of the most disgusting places in the country.

  5. Of course, this doctor is right. He is one of the few sane doctors trying desperately to practice real medicine in a swamp of Gestapo agents for the “medical” system. Perhaps Dr. LaTulippe should just take a long vacation (surely he needs one after persisting through this fake pandemic/hoax/crime against humanity), wait until the entire Deep State medical establishment is demolished, and come back when the new medical system is installed.

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