DOJ Asked To Prosecute People Who Share Misleading Info Online

( Last week, the American Medical Association, along with two other groups, sent a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland demanding he launch an investigation into “organizations, individuals, and entities,” who are calling out hospitals that offer “gender-affirming healthcare.”

Just one year ago, after parents began protesting school boards for introducing critical race theory and transgenderism in classrooms, the National School Boards Association sent a similar letter to Merrick Garland demanding the parents be investigated as possible “domestic terrorists.”

Clearly, Leftists know they have a friend in Merrick Garland who will happily target their enemies on their behalf if they send him a letter asking him to do it.

The AMA’s letter was prompted by recent investigative reporting from people like Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh, Christopher Rufo, and Libs of TikTok exposing US hospitals that performed chemical and surgical mutilation on minors.

The letter from the AMA, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the Children’s Hospital Association claimed that these “organizations, individuals, and entities” were “coordinating, provoking, and carrying out” threats against hospitals and their staff.

The groups claimed that the exposés are part of an “intentional campaign of disinformation” that uses “high-profile” social media accounts to spread “false and misleading information.”

Really? The information is “false and misleading?”

The “information” often consists of video clips showing doctors and administrators speaking in their own words on how they perform surgeries on minors, including mastectomies, to “transition” them as well as screen captures from the hospitals’ websites.

The groups also called on social media companies to silence the people who are exposing the practice.

If you want to know if the effort to expose hospitals for performing “gender-affirming” surgeries on children is having an impact, look no further than this letter.

It was reported last week that one of the hospitals exposed by Matt Walsh, Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, announced that would no longer perform surgical mutilation on minors.

The AMA, AAP, and CHA aren’t asking Garland to investigate these people because they are spreading “misinformation.” They want them intimidated into silence.