Can you still trust your doctor?

Medical tyranny has destroyed the doctor/patient relationship. We can't assume our doctors are free from political pressure.

The journalist Roger Simon worries as I do:
 
The great masses of doctors have melted under the pressure of the government, following the party line on the pandemic. If you mention hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin or some other therapeutic or even, in some cases, the apparent superiority of natural immunity, they either don’t hear you or respond condescendingly, then point to the necessity of the vaccine.

Steve Karp, M.D., has observed fellow doctors at medical conferences as they dicusss Covid and notes how they move in lockstep like lemmings:
 
What changed overnight and across the board, was an anti-science attitude across all specialties to everything related to COVID. A viral infection is not something requiring government management, rather, its encounter is part of a physician’s daily medical practice.  The government has seemingly accomplished what medical insurers, medical boards, and hospitals tried, but had not yet succeeded at: complete mind control of physicians.  And with that, the last vestige of respect I had for my profession died. 

Is it any wonder, given what they're up against? Here's how the noose is tightened:
 
The Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB), which cosponsors the U.S. Medical Licensing Examination, approved an ethics committee report on "misinformation and disinformation" at its annual meeting.

It urges the group's members to add explicit policies to clarify "expectations" about what doctors can say and do related to COVID, citing "the increased prevalence of, and harm caused by, physician-disseminated misinformation in this ongoing pandemic."

The FSMB report could leave doctors guessing as to how much they can deviate from government narratives by, for example, telling patients about emergency heart problems tied to COVID vaccines among Israelis 16-39, without triggering an investigation.

And there's more.
 
The National Council of State Boards of Nursing has warned members in recent months they could face professional discipline and lose their licenses for sharing purported COVID misinformation.

The American Medical Association House of Delegates approved a similar resolution against "disinformation" at its November meeting, though it doesn't explicitly mention punishment.

Not surprisingly, this starts at the top.
 
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy has reportedly asked Big Tech companies to hand over data regarding COVID-19 misinformation, The New York Times reported.

In a formal notice, Murthy requested major tech platforms submit information about the prevalence and scale of COVID-19 misinformation on their sites, from social networks, search engines, crowdsourced platforms, e-commerce platforms and instant messaging systems.
 
Couldn't happen to your doctor? Patients of one doctor in Maine probabluy thought that. Medical regulators in that state took the nuclear option against Dr. Meryl Nass for her COVID-19 views and treatment protocols, immediately suspending her license and ordering her to undergo a "neuropsychological evaluation."

Bjelke

"We live in an age in which it is no longer possible to be funny. There is nothing you can imagine, no matter how ludicrous, that will not promptly be enacted before your very eyes, probably by someone well known."
~ Malcolm Muggeridge

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