Today the nation's largest physician group asked Attorney General Merrick Garland to investigate groups like Education First Alliance that warn about the dangers of pediatric sex-change treatments. The group appealed to Big Tech companies to censor and deplatform those spreading “disinformation” about the effects of puberty blockers and surgeries for minors.
The American Medical Association (AMA) and the American Academy of Pediatrics sent AG Garland this letter today:
Apparently, there have been criminal threats made against healthcare facilities offering child sex changes. The AMA rightly called on the DOJ to take swift action to “investigate and prosecute all organizations, individuals, and entities responsible.”
The action taken by the AMA today, however, seems familiar. Last year, a letter from the National School Board Association resulted in parents opposing CRT and Panorama surveys labeled domestic terrorists by the DOJ, and the FBI. This was not done to keep school board meetings safe, but rather to suppress stifle opposition, and intimidate dissenters.
The AMA, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the doctors at clinics like ECU who financially benefit from pediatric sex changes should have the cojones to debate the merits of prescribing a drug like Lupron to minors - knowing that the drug is given to chemically castrating men with prostate cancer. Furthermore, they should explain why they believe it is ethical to perform double mastectomies and hysterectomies on twelve-year-old girls who temporarily feel out of place psychologically.
Democracy allows everyone to have a voice on important issues, not just favored elites.
Education First Alliance has been at the forefront of exposing sexual grooming in classrooms and unethical and dangerous procedures performed on children at UNC and ECU medical centers. Whether through threats, lawsuits, censorship, or any other means, corrupt actors will stop at nothing to undermine our work. However, we will not back down from exposing these threats.