This morning I read the latest press release from America’s Frontline Doctors with a mixture of bemused amazement and anger. After having lied to the public about the dangers of Covid, encouraging patients to purchase hydroxychloroquine as both a Covid prophylactic and treatment and establishing a highly dubious supply chain involving yet more doctors of questionable morals and Ravkoo pharmacy (read that article here) to peddle their wares, the question of whether any of these doctors should actually still possess a license to practice is a relevant one.
Dr. Simone Gold (a term very loosely applied) is a particularly nasty and manipulative founding member of this quack Kabal that now plans to go “on the road”. One wonders whether the logic is that they’ll be harder to arrest if they’re on the move continuously. Gold was recently sought by the FBI to answer questions on what she was doing reading speeches in the Capitol building on the 6th of January alongside other seditionists and rioters, so she’s probably best placed to answer this question. They might also consider rebranding as Doctors on the Run, just a suggestion.
Gold was subsequently arrested and charged and her questioning of vaccine safety was underscored the day before the Capitol attack, when she urged a rally near the White House not to take FDA-approved vaccines, labeling them “an experimental biological agent deceptively named a vaccine” and telling the crowd not to let themselves be “coerced”.
Gold is a product and creation of the Christian right Council for National Policy (CNP), paid and instructed to spread medical misinformation that supported the Trump agenda. We’ll refrain from using the term commonly associated with women who sell their services for money, but there are few instances where its use would be more applicable.
Simone Gold and her cronies may seem to suggest in their “cute” press release that they’re setting off down the long and dusty road with Toto, Tinman, and the Cowardly lion to save Oz, but the truth is they’re the actual precursor for the villagers and their pitchforks. America’s Frontline Quacks are purveyors of gasoline and matches and their RV is marketing directly to the gullible villagers. Ask yourself honestly what really concerned, motivated and compassionate doctors would be doing if they wanted to change the world.
It’s called Unicef or Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors without borders), not an RV cruise around the Republican-dominated states spreading further vaccine mistrust and disrupting consumer confidence in American healthcare. America’s Frontline Doctors are a subversive carnival sideshow with bottles of Snake Oil they’d like to sell you and Simone Gold is the dancing, singing monkey that fronts the show. I do hope Dr. Stella Immanuel will be joining them. The thought of evil spirits being exorcised on stage adds tremendous viewer appeal and in my humble opinion would definitely sell seats.
America’s Frontline Doctors are a cheap commercialized version of the old traveling medicine man, and he used to sell cocaine as a cure-all, lest you forget. If its. not hydroxychloroquine and vaccine misinformation they’re peddling, it will be something else. It’s easy to tell when they’re lying. Their lips move.
You can read their ridiculous press release here, which would more aptly have been entitled, “the Circus is in town” than their Republican-themed The Uncensored Truth Tour. By no small coincidence the tour is kicking off with a Southern Leg. Color us surprised. We’d recommend lodging complaints with individual state medical boards about the continued actions of these faux doctors that disrespect and abuse their qualifications for profit and at the expense of public health.
Now, all we’re left to wonder about is what defense Simone Gold is going to offer for her part in the January 6 assault on the Capitol. As “Foxitiss” has already been taken, perhaps she can go with an overdose of hydroxychloroquine as a defense. There is of course always the fallback of one of Dr. Imannuel’s wayward spirits. If you can blame Fox, then pretty much all bets are off.
We’d also recommend avoiding any of the Public Relations companies mentioned in the release, notably Empire Solutions, that continue to enable and promote America’s Frontline Doctors unless of course, your brand prefers the company of seditionists and con artists.