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May 29, 2024





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Where did the Orwellian turn of words begin? It’s been a long march, but it seems Covid-19 was the flashpoint, the perfect tool the government needed to quiet independent-minded physicians.

During this Covid fiasco, physicians have tried their best to follow the rules – when the rules made sense. Physicians have tried to follow the science. Then it became clear that “science” had a new meaning. Science was what the government (Dr. Fauci) said it was – just like the earth being the center of the universe, and (deadly) AZT was Fauci’s miracle treatment for AIDS. Many of us knew something was seriously wrong when a supposedly learned physician claims to be the be-all and end-all of medical knowledge. Years of medical practice, from leeches to failed wonder drugs — tell us that science is an exploration; it is a dynamic process of discovery.

Last week we discussed censorship, the blatant attacks on free speech, and the concept of parrhesia – speaking out in the face of danger. The placement of the words, “disinformation” and “misinformation” in the medical lexicon is a stunning development. Medicine traditionally is full of all sorts of information and differing opinions. After all, the human body and its reaction to medications and other treatments are not always predictable.

Despite all the doctors and scientists calmly and meticulously explaining virology and epidemiology to patients, fellow physicians, and politicians, nothing changed. Enter the lawyers. For all the negative joking, lawyers are here to help protect the rights of the individual from tyranny. They are our last defense against government oppression and corporate corruption. 

The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) has filed a lawsuit taking on the federal Disinformation Governance Board and the threat by private specialty boards to revoke physicians’ certification for disagreeing with their position on medical and public policy issues. The First Amendment rights of physicians, patients, and all our citizens are at risk. As Andy Schlafly, my guest today, noted, “Criticizing Dr. Anthony Fauci should not be a basis for retaliating against a physician for speaking his mind. Our freedoms depend on the ability of physicians and all Americans to speak out on important issues of our day.”

Andy Schlafly is general counsel to the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons. He received a B.S.E. in electrical engineering and a certificate in engineering physics from Princeton University. After graduating from Princeton, Mr. Schlafly briefly worked as a device physicist for Intel, then became a microelectronics engineer at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. He then attended Harvard Law School along with Barack Obama. For two years, Mr. Schlafly was an editor of the Harvard Law Review. After law school, Schlafly served as an adjunct professor at Seton Hall Law School and worked for a large law firm before beginning private practice. Mr. Schlafly created the wiki-based Conservapedia in November 2006 to counter the apparent liberal bias in Wikipedia. 

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1 year ago

A constitutional lawyer should know that the rights of we the people are excepted out of the contract (constitution) that elected servants took an oath to uphold. Where rights secured by the constitution are concerned, there can be no rule making or legislation that abrogates them. Miranda v Arizona. There has been no authority given in any of the 50 state constitutions or the federal that says they can do so. The body of common law are essentially the 51 declarations capped by the 10th amendment that says any right we didn’t write down is ours and you can’t touch it. And when they took their oath of office they agreed! Violation of oath is serious crime for them. See USC.

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