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3 Medical Boards Sued for Threatening Physicians

Cindy Drukier

Doctors who are critical of official positions on COVID policy are facing retaliation from their certification boards. The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons Education Foundation (AAPS) is suing three medical specialty boards for threatening doctors who speak publicly on these issues:

  •  The American Board of Internal Medicine
  •  The American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology
  •  The American Board of Family Medicine

AAPS has been around since 1943 and is an alternative to the American Medical Association. Its principles are to serve patients not the state, preserve medical freedom, and stand up for physicians.

We speak to AAPS lawyer Andy Schlafly.



The AMA and these other specialty boards need to go.  Period.  They are forcing doctors to follow a corrupt government’s dictates.  This corrupt government has so many conflicts of interest it walks side ways.

Lyme literate doctors, including my own, continue to fight state medical boards due to the politicization of the disease.  The COVID debacle has shown the world what has been going on in Lymeland for decades.

If you are a doctor with a conscience at all, you need to stop supporting the AMA which instructs doctors to deceive.  The AAPS is a much better alternative as they actually support doctors, treatments that work, educates the public, gives successful treatment protocols, and speaks out against governmental overreach and tyranny in the medical field.

Please learn how the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB), a private tax-exempt 501(c) (6) trade association, is staffed with members who presently or previously held positions with other medical governing bodies and is in conjunction with the U.S. government which spawned the International Association of Medical Regulatory Authorities (IAMRA).  FSMB’s president and CEO is also secretary of the IAMRA demonstrating the incestuous relationship and conflicts of interest.

In addition to contracting with the U.S. government and IAMRA, the FSMB (similarly to the CDC) runs its own foundation that functions as a separate 501(c)(3) organization but is supported by a “generous seed endowment” from the FSMB.

Conveniently, the FSMB foundation’s website does not disclose its donors.

Where does the FSMB derive its authority to regulate United States medical boards and, through its apparent international partner, the IAMRA, direct medical councils around the world to discipline doctors?”

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