The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has removed the tab on its website that featured information on providing medical and surgical mutilation to minors.
After a local mom and activist, Meg Brock, posted clips from videos featured on the web page, the hospital removed the “LGBTQ Education Center” tab from its “Gender and Sexuality Development Clinic’s” professional resources page.
The clinic’s director has encouraged pediatricians to discuss so-called “gender identity” with their patients, offering leading questions they can ask regarding body discomfort, fear of puberty, and a desire to become the opposite gender.
In 2018, the clinic’s founder, Nadia Dowshen, recommended putting girls on puberty blockers to prevent them from developing breasts.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is just one of many hospitals around the country that are quietly removing evidence that they are pushing trans ideology on minors.
Last month, Daily Wire host Matt Walsh uncovered the shocking news that Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville was offering transgender surgeries to children under 18.
And after Walsh exposed the practice, VUMC removed the pages promoting transgender surgeries for minors from its website.
In response to these hospitals being exposed, on Monday, the American Medical Association sent a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland demanding that he investigate people like Matt Walsh, Libs of TikTok, Christopher Rufo, and others whom they claim are “coordinating, provoking, and carrying out bomb threats and threats of personal violence” against hospitals and doctors around the country.
In the letter, the AMA claimed the exposés are part of an “intentional campaign of disinformation” and these “few high-profile users on social media” are sharing “false and misleading information.”
Yes, by providing videos of their doctors’ actual words and posting screen captures from their actual websites, they are spreading “false and misleading information” and must be investigated by Biden’s political thought police.
In other words, the AMA is doing exactly what the National School Boards Association did almost exactly a year ago when it demanded the DOJ investigate parents protesting school boards as possible “domestic terrorists.”
Monday night, Christopher Rufo appeared on “The Ingraham Angle” to discuss the AMA’s letter: