This is according to Dr. Meryl Nass, who spoke about this issue during an interview on "Conversations That Matter" with The New American senior editor Alex Newman.
Nass, an internal medicine specialist working out of the small town of Ellsworth, Maine, was herself targeted by her state's licensing board. In Jan. 2022, her license to practice was suspended by the Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine for 30 days, claiming that to allow her to continue practicing medicine "constitutes an immediate jeopardy to the health and physical safety of the public who might receive her medical services." The board also forced her to undergo a psychological evaluation.
"The board came after me because they were probably instructed," said Nass. "The staff were probably instructed to do so because they were looking for some doctors to use as poster children to scare the rest of the doctors." (Related: Dr. Steve LaTulippe tells Dr. Lee Merritt how to take down the corrupt medical boards – Brighteon.TV.)
Nass pointed out that what happened to her is happening to doctors all over the country.
"Also, looking back, I now find that almost all the doctors I know who have tried to fight the narrative and give people early treatment and make clear what we think is true and false about the pandemic, virtually all of them in the United States and overseas have their medical boards going after their licenses or threatening them," she continued. "So, it seems to be a widespread strategy, and I can't tell you exactly who's at the top of it. But the strategies that the boards are using are identical in all our cases."
In two of the most recent and infamous cases, medical boards are going after Drs. Peter McCullough and Sherri Tenpenny.
McCullough's board certifications to practice internal medicine and cardiology were revoked by the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM).
"There is no dispute that my clinical care in internal medicine and cardiovascular diseases is top-notch and I am a leading academic physician in both fields," said McCullough. "I am concerned that the ABIM is attempting medical censorship of my cited statements made in Senate testimony and national TV interviews and using intimidation tactics including threatening unprecedented reprisal."
McCullough has been outspoken in warning people about the data behind the COVID-19 vaccines, which explains why he is being targeted.
Currently, McCullough is still able to practice medicine, but the process to revoke his credentials has been put in motion and the entire ordeal can take months.
On the other hand, Tenpenny is currently being investigated by Ohio's state medical board. The board issued her a citation for allegedly failing to cooperate in an investigation, comply with a subpoena issued by the board or "answer truthfully a question presented by the board" in an investigation.
Tenpenny once raised concerns with lawmakers in Washington regarding the negative effects of COVID-19 vaccines.
Watch Dr. Meryl Nass' full interview with Alex Newman of The New American on this episode of "Conversations That Matter."