‘America’s Frontline Doctors’ look to open clinic, hire healthcare workers who’ve had ‘rights stripped away’

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The grassroots, Tea Party Patriots-linked group America’s Frontline Doctors has announced that they’ll soon be launching their own medical clinic and are deeply interested in hiring some of the trained medical professionals who were driven out of their posts for refusing to get vaccinated.

The announcement was reportedly originally made via an update sent through the group’s email newsletter last week.

“Across our great nation, Doctors, Nurses, and Pharmacists are having their rights stripped away by corrupt state and government actors. We’re here to stand up for your rights to practice safe, effective medicine and serve your patients. The time is now to band together and take action in defense of our Constitutional Medical Rights,” the update reads.

“AFLDS is opening its first medical clinic in the coming months, with many more planned shortly after. We would like to hear from you!”

The group says they’re looking specifically for doctors, nurses, pharmacists and, of course, patients.

Anyone interested can apply directly through their website.

The update was written by founder Simone Gold, a physician, attorney and conservative activist first made famous in 2020 when she and her colleagues held a press conference on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court to promote the use of hydroxychloroquine as an effective COVID treatment.

She and her colleagues, including Dr. Stella Immanuel, a West African born and trained physician who practices in Houston, came under immediate attack afterward, with the media predictably smearing them and big tech giants censoring their presser.

This in turn led to Gold being fired from her post at Centinela Hospital Medical Center in Inglewood, California. Meanwhile, the initial website she’d set up for the group was summarily knocked off the Internet:

Over a year later, Gold’s now back with a vengeance, and a desire to make a difference. However, her reemergence has attracted the attention of congressional Democrats and left-wing activists, both of whom are keen to swat her down as if she’s nothing but a bug.

“Doctors associated with AFLDS have prescribed hundreds of thousands of patients hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin through a telemedicine service. … And the network of online health care companies associated with AFLDS have charged patients millions of dollars,” The Intercept, a far-left news source, reported this week, citing “hacked records.”

As of Wednesday, The Intercept’s reporting had not yet been censored by big tech giants. Recall that last year, Facebook and Twitter censored damning reports on then-Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden’s crack-smoking son, Hunter, because the reports were based on hacked materials.

Note also that it’s not unusual for doctors to earn money from prescribing medications. Nor is it unusual for doctors to specifically prescribe hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin for COVID.

The Intercept goes on to brag that, thanks in part to its recent reporting, the Democrat-led House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis has “announced an investigation into AFLDS and the companies it works with, calling them ‘predatory actors’ that have been ‘touting misinformation and using it to market disproven and potentially hazardous coronavirus treatments.'”

The outlet also notes that Gold allegedly participated in the Jan. 6th riot at the U.S. Capitol — a charge that she’s pleaded not guilty to — and that the president of California’s medical board, Kristina Lawson, has accused AFLDS members of stalking her.

Not mentioned by The Intercept is that when local authorities inspected the parking garbage where Lawson claimed she’d been confronted by rabid AFLDS members, “[t]hey found no evidence of a crime and left,” according to Bay Area station KNTV.

Despite all these attacks and dubious accusations, Gold seems  unintimidated. This week she participated in Turning Point USA’s AmericaFest in Phoenix, and last week she participated in the Reawaken America tour in Dallas.

According to The Dallas Morning News, also in attendance at the latter event were Eric Trump and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.

Vivek Saxena


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