The American Academy of Pediatrics sent a letter to the DOJ begging them to “investigate and prosecute” anyone who exposes hospitals conducting gender surgeries on kids
· Oct 4, 2022 ·

Along with the American Medical Association and the Children's Hospital Association, the American Academy of Pediatrics sent a joint letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland calling on the Justice Department to investigate and prosecute the organizations, individuals, and entities exposing the fact that doctors are abusing children not old enough to make medical decisions under the guise of "gender affirming care," often without parental consent.

If the letter is anything like the one the School Boards sent asking the DOJ to go after parents at school board meetings, it was probably penned at the White House.

The letter falls short of mentioning any of these organizations, individuals, and entities by name, but it does bring up the bomb threat at Boston Children's Hospital as an example of the "problems" arising from whistleblowing about the horrible acts against children their doctors are committing.

Libs of TikTok was the individual who "exposed" Boston Children's Hospital's gender surgeries on minors by reposting their own video.

That "exposé" resulted in some deranged lunatic threatening to blow up the hospital, which is never okay.

Seth Dillon even offered a $20,000 reward for information that would lead to the capture of the person making the bomb threat.

However, the letter to Merrick Garland makes no distinction between the bomb threat and the whistleblowing:

These coordinated attacks threaten federally protected rights to health care for patients and their families. The attacks are rooted in an intentional campaign of disinformation, where a few high-profile users on social media share false and misleading information targeting individual physicians and hospitals, resulting in a rapid escalation of threats, harassment, and disruption of care across multiple jurisdictions. Our organizations have called on technology companies to do more to prevent this practice on digital platforms, and we now urge your office to take swift action to investigate and prosecute all organizations, individuals, and entities responsible.

If you're keeping score, that's us, folks.

Libs of TikTok has been relentless in exposing these issues. Just after she was restored after a seven-day suspension from Twitter, she posted another example:

Resulting in another suspension for hateful conduct:

But getting suspended from Twitter is a pretty light sentence compared to getting the DOJ involved, and with the current administration, I can't imagine them not jumping on this.

Calling out child abusers in the schools at school board meetings is considered domestic terrorism by this DOJ; why wouldn't calling out child abusers in hospitals be considered the same way?

But if there was ever something worth fighting for...going toe-to-toe with a corrupt government over... going to prison for, protecting our kids is it.

God help us, how can we do anything different?

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