ab 2098 is on Newsomes desk- tell him not to sign it
the state should not be telling doctors how to practice medicine
Here’s what the California Health Coalition says about AB 2098.
AB 2098 Physicians and surgeons: unprofessional conduct. (Low) This bill would designate the dissemination or promotion of misinformation or disinformation related to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, or “COVID-19,” by a physician or surgeon as unprofessional conduct, allowing the Medical Board to take action against such physician or surgeon.
In other words, if a doctor - who has spent 8 years learning his profession - prescribes Ivermeticn, the ZPack or some other medical or nutritional advice that goes against the official state agenda approved by people who have no medical training, he or she can lose their license to practice medicine.
This is only the first inch. As with everything else that has occured over the past two years, if we let them have this, they’ll soon be taking a mile.
California Health Coalition has a page devoted to informing people about this issue and providing them with some talking points to make in phone calls, letters an emails to the governor. Adresses and phone numbers are included.
Let’s get this graduate of Klaus Schwab’s WEF Young Global Leaders program to sit up, pay attention and think again about signing this bill into law.
Please feel free to use any information I’ve provided here over the past two years.
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