A new study conducted by naturopaths and chiropractors has concluded that they are “just as good as real doctors” when it comes to practicing medicine.
“We surveyed over 500 naturopaths and chiropractors and 100% of respondents felt they were just as well trained as real doctors,” said Willy DeMoss, co-author of the study. “Most even felt they were more qualified and trained than medical doctors, since they are not legally allowed to prescribe medications and therefor something something Big Pharma.”
Historically, MDs (medical doctors) have held a monopoly on the healthcare system simply because they are the best trained and qualified. That is something DeMoss and his co-author Josh Axel are hoping to change.
Just because I’m not as knowledgeable, reputable, well-trained and educated as a medical doctor doesn’t mean I shouldn’t be treated with the same respect,” said DeMoss. “I mean, I even go against a lot of what science has already confirmed. Things like vaccines causing autism and the dangers of chemtrails. That has to count for something right?”
Well both DeMoss and Axel are hopeful their study will once and for all prove that they are “just as good” as medical doctors, several science-literate people disagree.
“So they basically did of survey of themselves,” said Big Pharma Shill Dave Orac. “And then concluded, based on that survey, that they are great….not really a shocking discovery.”
DeMoss and Axel, while hopeful, are also prepared for medical doctors (all of whom have been brainwashed and are are puppets for the NWO and Illuminati) to refute and ignore their claims:
“So many times we see medical doctors, scientists and other science-literate individuals dismiss our studies out of hand. It’s really not fair,” explains Josh Axel. “Just because our studies aren’t blinded, have small sample sizes, involve patients who already believe in our cures, etc. is no reason to not believe us. Like…c’mon…ok? We really are like doctors guys.”
The study is set to published on several chiropractic, naturopathic and anti-vaccine blogs over the next several years.