FDA Lied About Ivermectin and Should Be Accountable in Court Says Physicians Association

Since the days Democrats met secretly over a Christmas holiday to vote in Obamacare, the only physicians organization I trust is the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS).

The media is quick to quote the American Medical Association (AMA) in propaganda narratives, but they are about as dishonest as the FDA, CDC, FBI, USPS unions and teachers unions.

Most unaware citizens don’t realize the AMA sold out to the Obama Administration and less than 14 percent of all American doctors are members. Hint; a good way to know if your physician is liberal, is by determining if they are an AMA member.

Recently the AAPS filed a motion (a brief) in federal district court in Galveston urging it to allow the lawsuit to proceed against the FDA for its misleading statements against Ivermectin.

In Apter v. HHS, a group of physicians sued to hold the FDA, a federal agency within the Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), accountable for its interference with physicians’ ability to treat Covid-19.

“Defendant FDA has improperly exploited misunderstandings about the legality and prevalence of off-label uses of medication, in order to mislead courts, state medical boards, and the public into thinking there is anything improper about off-label prescribing,” AAPS wrote in its amicus brief to the court.

“Not only is off-label prescribing fully proper, legal, and commonplace, but it is also absolutely necessary in order to give effective care to patients,” the brief stated.

Recall that the FDA published multiple statements and sent letters to influential organizations to falsely disparage Ivermectin, implying that it was not approved for treating Covid-19.

Many, including courts and state medical boards, were misled by the FDA into thinking that its lack of approval for this treatment meant that Ivermectin should not be used to treat Covid-19.

“It has never been proper for the FDA to interfere with that essential part of the practice of medicine, and the FDA knows it,” AAPS informed the court.

The FDA “insisted and continues to insist on interfering with the prescription of this safe medication by physicians in treating Covid-19,” AAPS added.

AAPS General Counsel Andrew Schlafly pointed out to the court that the FDA “has engaged in a campaign of interference with the proper use by physicians of Ivermectin, which has long been approved as fully safe for human use.”

He alerted the court that once the FDA approves a medication as safe, then physicians have full authority to prescribe it to treat any illness, particularly a novel virus like Covid-19.

In August 2022, AAPS filed similar motions in federal Southern District of Texas, against three medical special boards for their threatened retaliation against physicians who speak out on matters of public concern.

“Our freedoms depend on the ability of physicians and all Americans to speak out on important issues of our day,” said Andrew Schlafly, who filed this lawsuit. “Entities holding monopolies over board certification should not be retaliating against good physicians.”

This new lawsuit asserts that “Defendants wrongly misuse their authority in a politically partisan manner to chill speech critical of positions taken by Dr. Anthony Fauci, lockdowns, mask mandates, Covid vaccines and even abortion.”

This Complaint seeks injunctive and declaratory relief against several specialty Board Defendants that hold monopolies over board certification, and against the federal government for its newly created Disinformation Governance Board.

“Although only official state medical boards have the proper authority to regulate the practice of medicine, certifications by the Board Defendants constitute a de facto essential credential for practicing in most hospitals or participating in most networks,” this lawsuit asserts. “By threatening to revoke board certification of physicians, the Board Defendants improperly chill speech by physicians without the political accountability of official state medical boards,” this Complaint adds.

The Board Defendants are the:

🔹American Board of Internal Medicine

🔹American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology

🔹American Board of Family Medicine.

Each of these entities, which hold monopolies over board certification in their specialties, have declared their plans to discipline physicians who speak out.

“Criticizing Dr. Anthony Fauci should not be a basis for retaliating against a physician for speaking his mind,” Andrew Schlafly states. The lawsuit points out that many Republican senators properly rebuked Dr. Fauci for his statements that “I represent science” and that those who criticize him “are really criticizing science.”

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