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Nebraska protects healthcare providers from censorship by state medical boards
We had a nice chat with the Attorney General's office in Nebraska. If you practice in Nebraska, doctors and other healthcare providers are free to speak the truth. Seriously.
Sit down. Prepare yourself. You will not believe what I am about to tell you.
In Nebraska, they value freedom of speech for doctors and other healthcare providers
If you are a doctor, you can prescribe ivermectin to a patient and you will not have your license to practice medicine revoked. Yes, that was not a typo.
The reason is due to a provision in Nebraska law that makes the Medical Boards accountable to the Attorney General’s office. The Boards can’t revoke a license without the AG’s consent.
In this case, the occupants of the AG’s office are superb; they are critical thinkers. They don’t just accept the narrative from US government agencies as gospel. They actually look at the science! What a novel concept.
Check out this opinion. I’ve never seen anything like this from any AG’s office. It’s a work of art.
As far as I know, this is the only state in the US that will protect doctors and other licensed who speak truthfully from having their license lifted by the state medical boards.
Do you agree? Are there any places in the US with similar support?
>20% of doctors know what is going on, but have been afraid to speak out for fear of losing their license
Our surveys indicate that anywhere from 20 to 50% of doctors know the vaccines are unsafe, but are afraid to speak out due to fear of retribution.
Protection from the State Medical Board is not enough
Unfortunately, the retribution can come from not just their state medical boards, but can also come from:
local hospitals where they have privileges
the local community
Basically, if any lone doctor speaks up, he has his head cut off.
What will healthcare providers in Nebraska do?
In light of the situation, the question is what will healthcare providers in Nebraska do? Speak out? Or remain silent?
Please let me know what you think in the comments, especially if you are a healthcare provider in Nebraska.