Association of American Physicians and Surgeons Sues Rep Adam Schiff for Censoring Vaccine Debate

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On Jan 15, 2020, the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, along with Katarina Verrelli, on behalf of herself and others who seek access to vaccine information, filed suit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Plaintiffs allege that Defendant Adam Schiff has abused government power and infringed on their free-speech rights.

“Who appointed Congressman Adam Schiff as Censor-in-Chief?” asks AAPS General Counsel. “No one did, and he should not be misusing his position to censor speech on the internet.”

In February and March 2019, Rep. Schiff contacted Google, Facebook, and Amazon, to encourage them to de-platform or discredit what Schiff asserted to be inaccurate information on vaccines. He then posted the letters and press release on the House.gov website.

Within 24 hours of Schiff’s letter to Amazon dated Mar 1, 2019, Amazon removed the popular videos Vaxxed and Shoot ’Em Up: the Truth About Vaccines from its platform for streaming videos […]

via Rep. Adam Schiff Sued by Physicians for Censoring Vaccine Debate – AAPS | Association of American Physicians and Surgeons

7 thoughts on “Association of American Physicians and Surgeons Sues Rep Adam Schiff for Censoring Vaccine Debate

  1. Well, good for the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons. I was an AAPS member for several years and found them to be much more credible and supportive of individual physicians than the AMA, which is a pawn of the “health care industry.”

    Any reasonable person might wonder why elected representatives are actively censuring open discussion of this highly controversial (with good reason) issue. Is Schiff being subsidized by Pharma?

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