“On July 28th, North Texas’ Baylor Scott and White Healthcare system announced that all employees and volunteers must be fully vaccinated with the Covid-19 shot by October 1. Also on that day they sued Dr. Peter McCullough, a member of the Department of Medicine and Division of Cardiology at Baylor University Medical Center and Baylor Heart and Vascular Institute.
The lawsuit alleges Dr. McCullough violated his separation agreement by using the Baylor Scott and White Health System name during media appearances. As the national crisis has drawn on, Dr. McCullough has been a public voice of data-driven reason in the media, delivering concise scientific interpretation of the available science, and providing a focused assessment of the pandemic landscape.
He has also been one of America’s leading physicians on the early treatment of COVID-19. His protocols and scientific publications have been relied upon to help millions globally. However, Dr. McCullough has drawn harsh criticism for expressing valid concerns over the public health response, including the mass vaccination of entire populations in the face of an incredible lack of data, from a public health apparatus that has often lacked consistency in it’s public health decisions on Covid-19.
The lawsuit against Dr. McCullough came days before The Federation of State Licensing Boards issued a warning that physicians who post ‘Covid misinformation’ on social media could lose their medical licenses. After witnessing the censorship efforts by Big Tech during the Covid response, it appears there is an effort to create a chilling effect among medical professionals who attempt to communicate data, no matter how sound and accurate, which opposes the official government and public health narrative at the time.
There is a hearing scheduled for a temporary injunction application in Dr. McCullough’s case on August 10.”
Read the full article at The Highwire.