by Ralph Ely | TLB Staff
The American Medical Association (AMA) wants to use your tax dollars to Study Gun Violence. There has been a 20-year-old ban that has prevented the Centers for Disease Control and prevention (CDC) from funding any such research. Why now you ask? The “false flag” shooting in Orlando, Florida would be your answer. The AMA has decided to jump on the “Band-Wagon of Emotion” and help forward the “Gun Control Narrative” being trumpeted by the United Nations, the U.S. Government, MS Media and any number of other Social Engineering groups and causes that have no regard for anyone’s rights or freedoms as laid out in the Constitution.
Imagine, giving the CDC millions of dollars to study gun violence. What will they do when the study shows guns don’t kill people, people kill people? What will they do when the study shows we have laws against murder but people still get murdered? What will they do when the study shows Mass Shootings (false-flag productions) always happen (are staged) in Gun-Free-Zones? (Of course they don’t want their actors shot by some citizen that is “packing” and not in on the fraud.) What will they do when the study shows people get pissed and will use any weapon (knife, 2×4 piece of wood, etc.) at hand on another person to take out their anger or forward their agenda? If the study shows, and it will, any one or all of the above results, the CDC will do just what they have done with other studies like Vaccine Damage… they will Stone-Wall it and it will never see the light of day as they carry out their cover-up.
Understand this. Anything that does not fit the Power Elite’s agenda for total dominance and control (Gun Control/Confiscation being at the top of the list) is scheduled for destruction/elimination in their play book.
Please read the article below and note the “fluff and stuff” from the AMA, especially from Dr. Mike Miller when he says, “Let AMA be part of turning the tide to make something right.” The only thing “right” the AMA was looking for was “the right timing”… and Orlando gave them that. (RE)
The Most Powerful Medical Association In The U.S. Gears Up To Fight Congress Over Guns
The largest medical organization in the United States, the American Medical Association, passed a historic resolution last night in response to the weekend’s mass shooting. After years of tiptoeing around the topic of gun control, AMA leaders voted to officially call gun violence a public health issue — and respond accordingly. That means flexing the organization’s powerful political muscle on Capitol Hill to refocus federal funds toward studying gun violence.
To see this through, however, Congress would need to lift a 20-year-old ban that blocks the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from funding any research related to gun violence. But the AMA, with one of the largest political lobbying budgets of any organization in the U.S., appears ready to fight.
“Even as America faces a crisis unrivaled in any other developed country, the Congress prohibits the CDC from conducting the very research that would help us understand the problems associated with gun violence and determine how to reduce the high rate of firearm-related deaths and injuries,” said AMA President Dr. Steven Stack [Pictured here], in a written statement.
“An epidemiological analysis of gun violence is vital so physicians and other health providers, law enforcement and society at large may be able to prevent injury, death and other harms to society resulting from firearms,” he added.
This 1996 funding block, also known as the Dickey Amendment, was heavily lobbied for by the National Rifle Association, who saw any negative research on guns as an attack on their industry. Since its initiation, the number of gun-inflicted homicides in the U.S. has continued to skyrocket far beyond other advanced democratic countries.
Physicians, scientists, politicians, and family members of gun violence victims have demanded the ban’s repeal for years. Even Jay Dickey, the former Republican representative who led the bill through Congress, has openly expressed his regret for helping the ban advance. President Obama tried to lift the gun research restrictions in 2012 — but ultimately couldn’t stop Congress from continuing to block funding requests.
The AMA has been relatively passive in their support of gun safety over recent years. But the recent mass shooting in a gay nightclub in Orlando, which left 50 people dead, appeared to push its leaders to a tipping point.
“It’s about time we took some action to implement our policy and try to make a difference,” said Dr. Robert Gilchick, a member of the AMA’s Council on Science and Public Health. “How many more mass shootings do we have to sit through—not one more I hope.”
Dr. Mike Miller, an AMA delegate that voted on this resolution, called the U.S. the “shame of the world” for its inaction on gun violence.
“Other nations look at us and go ‘what is wrong with America?’” he told Modern Healthcare. “Let AMA be part of turning the tide to make something right.”
TLB finds other pertainent stories at Nation of Change.org