I Guess Doctors Are Supposed to Know Everything THE FIRST TIME

So that people can report on things properly and not be seen as being a “scammer.”


Having been pregnant several times myself, the last one being possibly the most complex medical situation I have EVER been in (getting my stomach chopped up and intestines re-routed was a cakewalk compared to it), every one of the three “issues” Bill Schmalfeldt had here was a situation that came up in the simplest of my pregnancies. Within the space of a day, a pregnant woman is frequently found telling three different stories, sometimes more, if the doctors are uncertain what’s going on. All they are doing is using their poor unedjumakated brain to try and sort things out as they receive the information and tell their loved ones what’s going on.

But just so we are clear here, and how much BS BS is spewing, here’s a few little tidbits for you.

  • Ultrasounds only give a window into what is going on inside the womb. Ultrasounds are frequently wrong (how many parents have been told their baby had a condition that was incompatible with life only to have a perfect baby delivered into their arms? Or vice versa?). And then there is the whole problem with the actual interpretation of the ultrasound. That’s a whole other ball of wax. Don’t get me started there!
  • Things turn on a dime in the womb. Many women have lost babies in childbirth where one moment the baby was fine, but the next was in distress. Go to your doctor one day, have an ultrasound, everything is fine. Two days later, go into labor, baby is dead. It happens Every. Single. Day. Tragic, of course. A complete anomaly that is only seen one in a billion pregnancies? Yeah, not so much.
  • Only this last issue Bill has would really make me question things. But then there’s a little phenomenon that goes on when there is more than one occupant in the womb. See, they are crowded in there. Really, really crowded. Sometimes you just can’t see all the parts on an ultrasound. And with fetal heart monitors, there’s a problem that frequently happens where one twin’s heartbeat is reflected in such a way that you hear it twice, missing the other’s heartbeat entirely. And you think both babies are just fine. Very frustrating when that happens.

Defendant Schmalfeldt obviously enjoys throwing a tizzy about things that he knows nothing about. Every one of his points of issue here is a perfectly logical response to something that a parent would be told by a doctor. Every single one. And actually, they are a logical progression of information, not three different stories. Point one leads to point two leads to point three. No inconsistencies at all.

And no, it’s not a pack of lies that he intruded into a family’s grief to DEMAND A DEATH CERTIFICATE. Or that he called law enforcement on them. His own words say otherwise. He did those things. Unlike things that he accuses me of. But I won’t go into that now. This blog isn’t about me after all.

Perhaps Defendant Schmalfeldt should check his premises. But that would take self-awareness. Oh well!


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40 Responses to I Guess Doctors Are Supposed to Know Everything THE FIRST TIME

  1. The other possible reason for Bill wanting information is that he’s a heartless harasser, and Stranahan is apparently “right wing.” Without cursing, that’s about all I have on the subject. It’s increasingly hard to write on this subject without the syllables “bag” and “hole.”

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  2. Gus Bailey says:

    Almighty and everlasting God, you made the universe with all its marvelous order, its atoms, worlds, and galaxies, and the infinite complexity of living creatures: Grant that, as we probe the mysteries of your creation, we may come to know you more truly, and more surely fulfill our role in your eternal purpose. Grant us, also, Grace, through the intervention of Your Holy Spirit, that we may honor Thee with our substance, and, remembering the account which we must one day give, may be faithful stewards of thy bounty, through Jesus Christ our Lord.

    O God, the Father of all, whose Son commanded us to love our enemies: Lead them and us from prejudice to truth: deliver them and us from hatred, cruelty, and revenge; and in your good time enable us all to stand reconciled before you, through Jesus Christ our Lord.



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    • Grace says:

      Amen, my friend. Amen.

      Thank you for this prayer, Gus. Thank you for all of the prayerful reminders you post of His Grace, His Mercy, and the Redeeming Blood of His Son Christ the Lord.

      The Deranged Cyberstalker Bill Schmalfeldt, and his never-ending, cruel and evil behavior, have a way of challenging all of us — challenging us to remain committed and steadfast to Christ’s teachings and commands. I know I need such reminders, and I very much appreciate receiving them through your prayers and comments.

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    • Amen! Thank you so much for your prayers. They are always welcome.


  3. Jane says:

    The fat freak has been corrected on this too many times to count. It’s not that the loathsome loser doesn’t have the correct information, it’s that the malignant monster rejects it in order to maintain a preferred fiction that it mistakenly believes excuses its abhorrent behavior. You’d think someone who’d contributed dna to that many offspring would have an understanding of how pregnancies work, but c’mon… we’re talking about a freakshow who abandoned two families, and what does this dementia-addled DUMBF5CK really understand about anything?

    The loathsome loser blogged multiple causes of death for its late wife, but continues to abuse a family who have done nothing but ignore it for years. Leaving it alone only got them more abuse and false accusations, even after the grotesque ghoul personally experienced medical opinions rapidly and dramatically changing

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  4. Loren says:

    I remember when my aunt was pregnant, I teased her that she was so big, it was twins. Her response was always, Doctor only hears one! (This was late 70’s, ultra sound not common.) It was reported that in the delivery room, after delivering my cousin, the doctor said “There’s another!” and my aunt reportedly said, Oh God, I hope it doesn’t take as long as the first!.

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  5. I remember when his wife started to lose all the weight and various lickspittles expressed concern and advised her to seek medical attention.

    BS the medical expert he apparently is maintain it was from a diet program. With earlier care, there might have been a better chance for her; the “expert” knew best.

    Therefore I think it best if everyone just ignore anything “medical” spoken by BS. In fact, ignoring anything he says is probably the best course of action .

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    • I happen to agree that that’s probably the best thing to do with all things medical with regards to Bill. Such a shame. Most people are willing to admit their ignorance about things over their head. No shame to it at all. But he always has to be right.


    • This Other Latin F*cker says:

      Hey, she lost that weight the “old fashioned way”. And by old fashioned I mean a severe medical issue ignored by the fat fuck so he could keep her running his errands for him. But hey, why self reflect on what a giant piece of shit you are and how badly your treated your ‘beloved’ when you can monkey dance and fling your feces and try to distract from it?

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    • Pablo says:

      I recall his certainly that she had cancer.


  6. crawford421 says:

    He should get together with Andy Sullivan and form a political obstetrics hit squad.

    Not sure which of them has less exposure to the subject…

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  7. Mr Minority says:

    My biggest problem with this whole thing about Lee’s deceased baby is: IT IS NONE OF BILLY”S FUCKING BUSINESS!
    The GHOUL bitches about various people commenting about his late wife, but the GHOUL has the audacity to grill Lee on the circumstance of his child’s death.

    Hell has a special place on people like him.

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    • JeffM says:

      Let’s say that Willie had a legitimate journalistic purpose in asking for proof that Lee Stranahan was telling the truth about a stillbirth. (In this new world of internet journalism, I think that asking Stranahan as a public person to provide evidence of truth is at least potentially legitimate.) Asking the initial question is not my issue with Willie’s behavior; reporters jam their microphones in the face of the grieving as a routine matter. When Willie was told to get lost, he didn’t, far from it. It was his behavior AFTER he was told in essence “no comment” that removes him from the community of human beings.

      Now it may be that, as part of their repertory of investigative techniques, journalists consider facilitating rape threats against the wives of those who have previously said “no comment” to be acceptable, a benign incentive for others not to ignore a reporter’s question. If so, that merely means that journalists as a class are outside the community of human beings, something I have long suspected.

      Furthermore, if Willie holds it to be legitimate to ask a person with a public blog to provide reliable, documentary evidence validating the blog’s report of the death of a family member, particularly when the blogger in question has been caught lying on other topics, why again was it not legitimate to ask Willie to provide such evidence? I am not aware that he has ever done so.

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      • I completely agree. He is allowed to ask the first question, impertinent though it may be. As you say, others have done so frequently and are not castigated for it even though I really think they should be.

        It is his choice of follow-on behavior that is beyond the pale and that will continue to be called out…. whether he likes it or not.

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    • Short and sweet. And very true. All of it.

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  8. Grace says:

    “Furthermore, if Willie holds it to be legitimate to ask a person with a public blog to provide reliable, documentary evidence validating the blog’s report of the death of a family member, particularly when the blogger in question has been caught lying on other topics, why again was it not legitimate to ask Willie to provide such evidence? I am not aware that he has ever done so.”

    A very valid question, Jeff. And, no… the Deranged Cyberstalker Bill Schmalfeldt has never done so. He has never provided such evidence.

    Considering the Stalking Sociopath Bill Schmalfeldt:

    * Harassed and tormented LS and his family over the tragic death of their baby
    * Shared numerous, private details of his wife’s illness, suffering, and passing
    * Forwarded a hospital “death bed” photo of his wife to numerous folks via email
    * Offered to share a picture of his wife’s corpse
    * Used/uses his “beloved” and her death as both a sword and a shield
    * Attacked/questioned/judged/posted images/poked cruel “fun” at (still does!):
    — a child’s birth defect
    — a grandson’s injury
    — a wife’s fractured back
    — innocent marks on a daughter’s arms
    — on and on and on and on and on…

    One would think as a self-proclaimed and “experienced” investigative journamalist Bill Schmalfeldt would hold himself to the same standards and the same proof he demands of others… reliable, documentary evidence validating his claims.

    And, once he does that with regards to GS’s death?

    Reliable, documentary proof of her CAUSE of Death may prove to be very interesting.

    Hey. It’s the Internet. We’re *all* investigative journamalists now.

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  9. Russ says:

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: one of these days, BS is going to try that crap on someone with a more, shall we say, flexible sense of what might constitute an appropriate response to harassment.

    Should that day ever arrive, I have no doubt that BS will utterly fail to learn to mind his own business… if he survives the encounter.

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  10. I love it when Bill decides to “respond” to having his idiocy called out with 1) walls of red text just proving his shameless behavior is beyond the pale 2) textbook examples of [redacted] and 3) yet MORE idiocy. Saying he can’t be refered to as a defendant simply because I’m not the one charging him with something at the moment is, well, decidedly…. special. lol

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    • True. I guess that would mean that none of us could ever refer to the person on trial in a criminal trial as a defendant since we aren’t the ones prosecuting them, the state (or the fed) is.

      So how is one supposed to refer to the person(s) a plaintiff (who is not the speaker/writer) has instigated a law suit against? I await with bated breath Unca Biwwy’s learned response. (Not really. lol)

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  11. MJ says:

    So Defendant Schmalfeldt keeps getting it wrong? What a surprise!


  12. Paul Krendler says:

    I remember when someone close to Defendant DUMBFUCK was in the hospital for a glamour photo shoot and examination…

    It was ovarian cancer…
    No, it was liver failure…
    No, it was a sclerotic husband…
    No, it was Komplete Kidney Kollapse…
    No, it was the heartbreak of psoriasis…
    No, it was a sudden prom night outbreak of unsightly teenage blemishes…
    No, it was terminal athlete’s foot…
    No, it was incurable self-loathing…
    No, it was drowning by escaped bodily fluids…
    No, it was flesh eating bacteria…
    No, it was spontaneous DUMBFUCK combustion…
    No, it was monkeydance testicle blisters…
    No, it was soulmate neglect…

    …or something.

    You know…because doctors, even those from ACME Medical & Used Car Sales, get it wrong sometimes.

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  13. William Milkshakesphere says:

    Ah yes, now we learned that Doctor Dumbfuck holds a medical degree? Who knew! All three of his arguments are easily proven to be true thanks to my own personal experience and plenty of others.

    But of course Doctor Dumbfuck is never going to learn that ultrasound isn’t perfect science, that babies in the womb do die without explanation, and that twins do make a huge surprise due to either bad/in-a-hurry ultrasound technicians or just overlapping heart beats.

    Can the Dumbfuck please present his medical degree from an accredited medical school or ultrasound technician AA degree? Oh, he doesn’t have either? That explains why he’s a Dumbfuck.


  14. Former Commenter says:

    BS would love LS to respond to this, as it would indicate that LS is paying attention to BS’s blatherings absent direct contact from BS. I suspect BS senses his litigious opportunities involving TFS are dwindling and, in fact, may soon end altogether. BS needs a steady fix of fauxtrage; LS has no legal barrier in place and is thus a handy and familiar target of opportunity.


  15. Former commenter says:

    BTW, my mother surprised her ob/gyn by giving birth to a premature baby immediately afte my full-term birth, and before u/s and sophisticated premie care. Unfortunately, that infant only lived 3 months. BS would have had a field day with that scenario.


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