It could be used to cover “any offense” including a “simple breach of etiquette.”
While California lawmakers haven’t adopted the term, they have adopted the idea, with a new plan to threaten doctors with punishment for disagreeing with the official government propaganda about COVID.
Just the News reports that Democratic Assemblyman Evan Low’s AB 2098 would allow doctors’ statements, private or public, on COVID be analyzed and treated as “unprofessional conduct.”
Interestingly, though, the report documents that the bill “promotes long-outdated information about COVID deaths in unvaccinated vs. vaccinated, however, rather than updated Omicron variant figures.”
The punishment would be imposed, under the proposal, for disagreeing with “contemporary scientific consensus” on COVID-19.
The report explained the bill was joined by five other California Assembly and Senate members and opens doctors’ comments about COVID to review by the Medical Board of California and the Osteopathic Medical Board of California.
Sanctions could follow.
The legislature’s summary states, “Existing law requires the applicable board to take action against any licensed physician and surgeon who is charged with unprofessional conduct.”
And the bill would “designate the dissemination or promotion of misinformation or disinformation” about COVID as “unprofessional conduct,”
The state already has begun imposing its views on others. Gov. Gavin Newsom wants money for an office that would spread “accurate scientific information” and counter “false claims.” The state also is broadcasting COVID commercials with its view.
The Just the News report explained other states are insisting that their official views of COVID, and only their views, be discussed by physicians.
“Perhaps most prominent is pathologist Ryan Cole, who practices in both Idaho and Washington state and has allegedly prescribed ivermectin. A leader in America’s Frontline Doctors, which challenges COVID orthodoxy, Cole was targeted by the Idaho Medical Association after he was appointed to a regional health board, though only Washington state has confirmed an investigation,” the report said.
Further, Maine suspended the license of internist Meryl Nass, and order a neuropsychological evaluation, regarding her comments about COVID, which, in fact, later have been repeated up by the CDC.
The state of California already has declared that “misinformation” is a “public health crisis.”
The problem is that the medical establishment’s comments about COVID, and especially the vaccinations and treatments, often have turned out to be wrong.
The South African doctor who discovered Omicron in November, Angelique Coetzee, said she faced physically debilitating international pressure to characterize the milder variant as more severe than the country’s physicians were observing, the report said. And, “Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla admitted in January its two-dose vaccine had hit a brick wall with Omicron, with ‘very limited protection if any,’ while its booster only provided ‘reasonable protection’ against hospitalization and death.”
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