California Makes it Illegal for Doctors to Disagree with Politicians
California keeps politically sinking and sinking. Now they put tape on the mouth of doctors who want to use their brain… or lose their license.
Conformity of thought is now required whether it is online, on college campuses, or, if you are in California, in a physician–patient relationship.
PayPal recently introduced a $2,500 fine for anyone involved in “the sending, posting, or publication of any messages, content, or materials” that — in “PayPal’s sole discretion” — “promote misinformation.”
After a firestorm of criticism, PayPal withdrew the policy, claiming the whole thing was a misunderstanding and was not official policy — hardly a convincing explanation from a site with a history of banning those it considers politically incorrect.
But California physicians have had no such relief.
Gov. Gavin Newsom recently signed California Assembly Bill 2098, making it the first state to attempt to censor what physicians can say about COVID-19 to their patients. This is a dangerous, and likely unconstitutional, effort that other states must resist.
Read the whole article here: https://nypost.com/2022/10/10/california-makes-it-illegal-for-doctors-to-disagree-with-politicians/
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