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Christian man whose wife won a lawsuit to have ivermectin administered to treat his COVID dies after the second dose. Wife says God and her ain’t on speaking terms right now

A Christian man whose wife won a lawsuit to have ivermectin administered to treat his COVID dies after the second dose. Wife says God and her ain't on speaking terms right now
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A Christian man whose wife won a lawsuit to have ivermectin administered to treat his COVID dies after the second dose. Wife says God and her ain’t on speaking terms right now.

Keith Smith, 52, died Sunday evening, a week after receiving his first dosage of the controversial medicine ivermectin, after his wife had gone to court to have his Covid infection treated with it.

Smith had been at UMPC Memorial for almost three weeks and had been in a medically induced coma on a ventilator in the hospital’s intensive care unit since Nov. 21. On Nov. 10, he was diagnosed with Covid.

Darla, his wife, who refused to say whether or not her husband was vaccinated had gone to court to force UPMC to treat her husband with ivermectin, an anti-parasitic medicine not approved for COVID-19 therapy.

The judgment by York County Court Judge Clyde Vedder on Dec. 3 did not require the hospital to treat Smith with the ivermectin, but it did enable Darla to have it administered by an outside physician. Smith’s health worsened after two dosages and the doctor had to stop the medication.

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Darla posted on the website, “Tonight, about 7:45 p.m., my dear husband breathed his last breath.”Darla and their two boys, Carter and Zach, were at his bedside when he died. Darla mentioned that they had time to talk with Smith before he died both individually and as a family. She wrote, “My boys are very strong.” “They are my pillar of strength.”

Keith Smith was a passionate follower of Jesus Christ and a devout Christian. His wife narrated an experience she had on a vacation to Baltimore. As Darla and her boys went past a homeless man on the sidewalk, Smith stopped to chat with him and after hearing his tale, handed the man some money.

Smith and his wife Darla
Smith and his wife Darla

Darla chided Smith for it claiming the man was only going to spend the money on drugs, but Smith explained that the man had indicated he wanted something to eat and that Smith wanted to help him, a display of his faith.

However, her husband’s death has shaken Darla’s faith. “If heaven is real, as God should be real – but He chose not to reveal Himself, and I will never, ever understand why – then I know Smith is at peace,” Darla wrote.

“And God? It remains to be seen, ” she wrote. “At the moment we are not on speaking terms and we may never be again. I don’t know. We are where we are,” she added.

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  1. James Thankless

    I find this story very disturbing. This woman worked very hard to get the result she got and yet, is refusing to accept responsibility for her actions, being angry at her god for not appearing to specifically tell her not to poison her husband. I note that she did not reveal exactly when her god ordered her to poison her husband with a particularly dangerous horse deworming medicine.
    The fact that she refused to reveal whether or not her husband was vaccinated makes it Very obvious that he wasn’t vaccinated. She worked hard for this outcome but is now pretending that she has no responsibility for the outcome. The information about the uselessness of ivermectin and the dangers it represents is very, very commonly know yet this woman wanted, demanded a special personal warning from her god.
    It is impossible to have any sympathy for such an arrogant refusal to take responsibility for her own actions. She knows she made a deadly mistake but will even blame her god for not stopping her, rather than accept any responsibility for her own actions and thinking.
    She worked hard and spend a lot of money to get that poison into her sick husband’s body and now she is mad at her god for not stopping her. The amoral nature of her beliefs are on display for the world to see. I hope a few will learn something from this bit of deadly foolishness.

  2. saijanai

    The only sensible way to deal with someone asking for money for food is to give them food or offer to buy them food or at least buy them lunch. If you politely explain that you’re worried that they might spend the money on drugs or alcohol instead, they often admit sheepishly that that is what they intended on doing.

    If not, they get a nice meal and you get to feel better about yourself without worrying if they spent money on drugs or alcohol.

  3. Brian W

    Lots of good evidence for Ivermectin (long time, safe, approved medication) if taken immediately after appearance of symptoms, but probably useless, or worse, at that late stage. Death is not God’s fault. For Ivermectin effectiveness, take a look at Japan’s handling of Covid. They’re doing reasonably well, compared to USA and others.

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