The People’s War against State Medical Boards; attack, don’t just defend
Plus: I attempt to twist the reader’s mind into a knot; it’s one of the mental exercises in my new book, WAKING UP THROUGH SURREALISM
ARTICLE ONE: The People’s War against State Medical Boards; attack, don’t just defend
During COVID, state medical boards have acted as enforcers, choking off what doctors can tell their patients and prescribe for them.
People have suddenly become aware of these bureaucrats.
Lawyers defending doctors who are under the gun will do their best to get their clients off the hook, but normally the state medical boards prevail. Offending MDs get their licenses stripped.
But there is another way to go. Don’t wait, attack.
Take the famous case of Dr. Larry Nassar, who is now in prison for life. During his long career at Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics, he sexually abused many female gymnasts.
In the wake of Nassar’s arrest and trial, it emerged that women who had lodged complaints had been ignored for years---by the University, by USA Gymnastics, even by the FBI.
Right now, several gymnasts are suing the FBI. The case is ongoing.
But there hasn’t been word one about the Michigan State Medical Board.
Suppose complaints were lodged against Nassar with the Board over the years, and were ignored or covered up?
A lawsuit and discovery could bring down thunder.
How many other doctors who have been convicted for heinous acts, across many states, were protected by medical boards, who received complaints but did nothing?
Getting the picture?
What could, say, 20 lawsuits against state medical boards do to wake up the public?
Now let’s widen the scope…