"It never was the guns," the Texas-based chiropractic doctor said on the Sept. 14 episode of "The Dr. Ardis Show" on Brighteon.TV. "All the shooters have something in common: They are all on antidepressants."
He referenced a blog post from the International Coalition For Drug Awareness (ICFDA), which discussed the real cause of school shootings that are happening in the United States. The entry, penned by ICFDA Director Dr. Anne Blake-Tracy, mentioned the story of a pharmacist who had a woman as a regular customer. The woman regularly came to get her prescription of Prozac from the pharmacy – until the pharmacist caught news of the woman being sent to prison for killing her husband.
The same pharmacist who talked to Tracy explained that people given Prozac and other serotonergic drugs develop something called "Hitler syndrome." Patients with this condition develop overconfidence in their own decisions with no fear of consequences, criminal behavior, coldness, lack of humanity and a preference for killing as the method to solve problems in their lives. (Related: STUDY: Antidepressants linked to higher rates of suicide and self-harm.)
Ardis added that the most insidious factor of long-term serotonergic drug abuse is that it enhances an individual's persona to the point that they are able to manipulate other people into their way of thinking, similar to Adolf Hitler, the syndrome's namesake. The chiropractor added that the pharmacologic and psychological processes caused by the drugs convert people into sociopathic demagogues.
Moreover, the Brighteon.TV host pointed out that Prozac is the second most-prescribed drug in the entire world.
According to Ardis, school shooters do not come from broken homes. Rather, they come from the local doctor's office after they have been prescribed PCP, angel dust or similar drugs. These drugs' side effects such as suicidal and homicidal ideation are the real cause of school shootings – not firearms.
The Texas-based doctor also mentioned that an expert witness testified in a suicide malpractice suit that Prozac causes suicidal behavior and drives people who take it to do violent acts or commit homicide. This expert witness was no other than Dr. Peter Breggin, the host of "ReFounding America" on Brighteon.TV.
In an article he wrote, Breggin mentioned that people are becoming increasingly aware of the risks of psychiatric drugs – including that of violence and suicide. However, Ardis lamented that the field of psychiatry has been slow to catch on this fact. Nevertheless, the chiropractic doctor expressed hope that the malpractice verdict Breggin testified for will encourage colleagues to take a closer look at their cavalier attitudes toward prescribing psychiatric drugs.
Ardis also mentioned that SSRIs, including paroxetine and fluoxetine, are the most commonly prescribed antidepressants. In 2007, the Food and Drug Administration admitted that SSRIs can cause madness at all ages and that daily monitoring is needed due to their dangers.
Ultimately, Ardis pointed out that deaths from school shootings and the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines can be attributed to doctors. A pharmaceutical drug or injection was prescribed to an individual, and this led to this person harming themselves and others.
"You are telling your patients to get a COVID-19 injection that is made by a pharmaceutical drug company. You, medical doctors are writing prescriptions for antidepressants like Prozac to give to your patients which are leading to massive amounts of harm to death, homicidal behavior and suicide. That's what you all have in common," Ardis said.
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