The following 16 page letter with 1,019 peer-reviewed references about the dangers of the Covid-19 vaccine was written by Dr. James Thorp, OB-GYN and Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist, to the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology in response to their Statement Regarding Dissemination of COVID-19 Misinformation.
January 12, 2022
Dear Dr. George Wendel and my other esteemed ABOG colleagues,
I appreciate your willingness to dialogue with me. As you know, I have previously expressed my concerns, now shared by a number of my colleagues, regarding (1) the safety of the COVID-19 experimental mRNA and DNA gene therapy injections in pregnancy, and (2) ABOG’s disconcerting September 2021 Statement Regarding Dissemination of COVID-19 Misinformation, which has blatantly threatened constituents with revocation of their medical license for “providing misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccine.”1
As a 40-plus year member in good standing of ABOG – an organization I have always held in high esteem – I can genuinely say that the intimidating nature of ABOG’s September 2021 Statement Regarding Dissemination of COVID-19 Misinformation is heretofore unprecedented.
Couched in bullying language, ABOG’s Statement Regarding Dissemination of COVID-19 Misinformation begs critically important questions for both constituents and patients alike. These questions are intrinsic to a physician’s ability to treat patients free from conflict of interest over fear of reprisal from ABOG (or others). Even more important, these questions concern matters essential to safeguarding and protecting maternal and fetal health and well-being, and are essential to upholding the physician’s oath to do no harm. First, what constitutes that which ABOG deems “misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccine”? Second, by whom and how is such “misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccine” determined?
ABOG’s Statement Regarding Dissemination of COVID-19 Misinformation fails to provide answers to these questions and also fails to acknowledge the growing body of scientific, peer-reviewed evidence that the experimental mRNA and DNA gene therapy injections are a failed strategy that have killed, injured, and endangered many. ABOG’s widely circulated Statement Regarding Dissemination of COVID-19 Misinformation has placed patients’ health in jeopardy while leaving constituents holding the proverbial bag as their medical license and livelihood hang in the balance. Patient safety is sacrificed as constituents toe the line – forced to choose between pushing experimental gene therapies shown to be dangerous to both mom and fetus or lose their livelihoods.
ABOG’s Statement Regarding Dissemination of COVID-19 Misinformation turns a blind eye to this ever-growing evidence and dodges these thorny issues by pointing to published statements made by the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB)2 and the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS).3 However, upon further examination, neither the FSMB nor the ABMS provides adequate answers. If anything, the express collaboration of ABOG with the FSMB and ABMS, together with the language of the FSMB’s and ABMS’s individual statements, raises red flags about potential collusion, bias, and conflicts of interest within the various medical stakeholders, Big Tech, and the media.
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|↑1||American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG), Statement Regarding Dissemination of COVID-19 Misinformation, Jan. 27, 2021 https://www.abog.org/about-bog/newsannouncements/2021/09/27/statement-regarding-dissemination-of-covid-19-misinformation. Specifically, ABOG’s statement warns, in pertinent part:
The American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG) fully supports the statement published by the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) that asserts that providing misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccine contradicts physicians’ ethical and professional responsibilities, and therefore may subject a physician to disciplinary actions, including suspension or revocation of their medical license. Additionally, ABOG supports a recent American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) statement, which expresses concern regarding the serious public health effects of the persistent spread of misinformation regarding the COVID-19 virus. (Emphasis supplied)
|↑2||Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB), FSMB: Spreading COVID-19 Vaccine Information May Put Medical License at Risk, July 29, 2021, https://www.fsmb.org/advocacy/news-releases/fsmbspreading-covid-19-vaccine-misinformation-may-put-medical-license-at-risk/|
|↑3||American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS), ABMS Issues Statement Supporting Role of Medical Professionals in Preventing COVID-19 Misinformation, September 13, 2021, https://www.abms.org/news-events/abms-issues-statement-supporting-role-of-medical-professionals-inpreventing-covid-19-misinformation/|