On Jan. 21, Peters had Nass come on to his show to talk about what happened to her when she started going against the accepted science regarding COVID-19.
Nass, a doctor from Ellsworth, Maine with 25 years of experience in medicine, is regarded as one of the country's foremost experts on anthrax. She has been called to provide testimony to at least six different congressional committees and has also provided testimony to multiple state legislatures, including in Canada, regarding anthrax and other medically-related topics like Gulf War syndrome and bioterrorism.
All these distinctions did not protect Nass against state authorities in Maine. The Maine Board of Licensure recently suspended her license to practice medicine for supposedly spreading "misinformation" regarding COVID-19.
"The Board concludes that the continued ability of Dr. Nass to practice as a physician in the State of Maine constitutes an immediate jeopardy to the health and physical safety of the public who might receive her medical services, and that it is necessary to immediately suspend her ability to practice medicine in order to adequately respond to this risk," wrote the licensure board.
Nass was also cited for treating her COVID-19 patients with ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine. The suspension order even mentioned her calling the COVID-19 vaccines "nefarious" and suggesting that there may be substances in the vaccine that the government "wants to inject in us." She also called the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention "a criminal agency."
To get her medical license back, the licensure board will schedule a hearing with Nass to hear her testimony. But before this can take place, Nass has been ordered to undergo a neuropsychological evaluation by a psychologist specifically selected by the board. (Related: Anti-vaxxers, COVID skeptics labeled PSYCHOPATHS while murderous vaccine fanatics target innocent children.)
"They're claiming that because she doesn't obey the Lord and God Tony Fauci, then Dr. Nass is literally insane," commented Peters. "This is a tactic that they literally used in the Soviet Union, by the way. Soviet authorities said that people who criticized the system had 'slugging schizophrenia,' and they stuck them in mental asylums."
"And now that Soviet system has come to America, which makes sense because our leaders have basically the same ideology."
Nass may be one of the most prominent silenced voices within the medical community pushing back against mainstream views regarding how to treat COVID-19, but she isn't the only one – nor is she the first doctor in Maine to be suspended.
Late last year, Dr. Paul Gosselin of Waterville, Maine was suspended by the medical licensing board for supposedly spreading "misinformation" about COVID-19. Gosselin was also cited for signing off on multiple vaccine exemption letters that the regulatory board found questionable.
In Texas, Houston Methodist Hospital, notorious for firing hundreds of employees who refused to get vaccinated, suspended Dr. Mary Bowden for supposedly spreading misinformation about COVID-19.
Bowden, an ear, nose and throat specialist, was targeted by Houston Methodist after she used her social media accounts to express her discontent with the hospital's use of COVID-19 vaccines and weaponization of vaccine mandates. She was also targeted for her support of ivermectin.
What happened to Nass, Gosselin and Bowden is still happening across the country, and more doctors who stand up against what Peters called the "dominance" and "control" of so-called public health experts will most likely also be stripped of their license to practice medicine.
Watch this clip from The Stew Peters Show with Stew Peters as he talks about the smear campaign against doctors speaking out against COVID-19 vaccines.
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