The Chicago Sun-Times reports:
Key backers of the QAnon conspiracy theory are carrying out a coordinated campaign against a Northwest Side hospital that has refused to prescribe an unapproved drug to treat one of the group’s followers for COVID-19. QAnon supporters have in recent days targeted Amita Resurrection Medical Center with a small in-person protest and a flood of phone calls, the hospital confirmed Tuesday.
L. Lin Wood, an attorney who helped file lawsuits supporting former President Donald Trump’s unfounded voter fraud claims, is among the QAnon faithful who have contacted the staff at Resurrection about her case. QAnon darling Michael Flynn, the former national security adviser pardoned by Trump after pleading guilty to lying to the FBI, also took to Telegram Monday to offer prayers, calling the woman a “friend and patriot.”
Read the full article. Wood and Flynn are using their widely-followed Telegram accounts to spur calls to the hospital.
So lemme get this straight. Vaccines without FDA approval are bad, but medications without FDA approval for use against Covid are fine. Ok. 🤡https://t.co/d4tu5OiuEK
— Sam Hulick (@SamHulick) September 8, 2021