Lisa Kellerman is not an MD. It says so on her website:
Lisa is a Traditional Naturopath, not a Medical Doctor. She does not prescribe medicines but recommends diet and supplemental and lifestyle changes that may enhance the body’s natural ability to heal itself.
So why was she giving medical advice yesterday at Robert David Steele's Freedom/QAnon rally?
Her name is announced at 4:05 - that how I know it's Kellerman.
Her medical advice discussing the coronavirus vaccine:
0:35 - "People are dying from this shot. They're having aneurysm, strokes, [unintelligble] HIV, autoimmune issues, blood clots, miscarriages. That's just a few. These are life threatening serious illnesses from this shot."
Lisa Kellerman is not a medical doctor (neither am I, for that matter, but then again I'm not spreading life-threatening misinformation as medical advice).
Her entire "medical" credibility (and remember: Lisa Kellerman is not an MD) was gone after she said that someone could get HIV from a coronavirus vaccine. As far as miscarriages go, a real MD says:
No, the COVID-19 vaccines do not cause infertility in women, nor do they cause complications during birth or increase the chances of a miscarriage.
The non-MD goes on:
1:55 - "Does anyone know - does anybody want to know how to protect yourself if you're not going to get the shot? Right? Everybody should want to know that. What should you do to protect yourself from the people that are vaccinated? And just so you know, these variants that are coming out, they're not coming from the unvaccinated. They're coming from the vaccinated people. But we got a whole spin on that going on.
Pine! You've heard of Pineneedle Tea, Grapeseed Pinebark, Pine essential oils is what I use.
The first thing you need to do, most important, is get some Pineneedle tea or get some pine essential oil, dilute it and rub it on your ankles and your feet. Ok? There's an ingredient in there that protects against something that may be transmitted from the shot.[Emphasis added]
I don't think we need to go any further with the non-MD "Dr" Kellerman's "medical" advice do we?
Isn't it illegal to dispense medical advice without a license? And since Lisa Kellerman is not a medical doctor, how could she have a medical license?
How many people in that crowd are going to get sick because they followed they thought rubbing pine essential oils on their ankles would protect them from the virus?