From Robert Burton’s The Anatomy of Melancholy (Part 2, Sec 1, Memb. 1, Subs. 1), on Unlawfull Cures of Melancholy (to be rejected, of course):
It matters not, saith Paracelsus, whether it bee God or the Divell, Angells or uncleane spirits cure him, so that he be eased. If a man fall into a ditch, as he prosequutes it, what matter is it whether a friend or an enimy helpe him out, and if I be troubled with such a malady, what care I whether the divell himselfe, or any of his ministers by Gods permission redeem me?
applied these days to Mitch McConnell.