Stand With the Doctors Standing Up for YOU

Medicine has evolved to become a massive, powerful industry that puts profit before patients. This was the case prior to Covid, of course, but the U.S. federal and the medical-pharmaceutical industry responses to Covid have revealed that people are needlessly suffering and dying, and if change does not happen soon, it will only get worse.

Recently, one particularly powerful player in the medical industry, the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM), has begun taking action against doctors who have the moral courage to stand by their oath to “First Do No Harm” and publicly speak out against harmful products and policies while also speaking in support of helpful products and policies.

These doctors include Dr. Peter McCullough, Dr. Pierre Kory, and Dr. Denise Sibley.

These brave doctors represent many who have received certified letters stating they are under investigation for their public stances on vaccination, COVID treatments, and more.

Senator Ron Johnson has formally requested a meeting with the ABIM. As of this posting, they have not granted his request. PLEASE READ SEN. JOHNSON’S LETTER TO THE ABIM

We are now asking YOU to write to the ABIM. We aren’t providing template letters because to have impact, they need to hear from YOU, in your own words. But we can give you guidance on how to write short and effective letters. You don’t need to be an expert in science or medicine. You simply need to tell them your own common sense stance and experiences.


  1. Be polite and professional in tone.
  2. State the reason for your letter and your stance.
    • You are writing to show your support for:
      • Peter McCullough, MD
      • Pierre Kory, MD
      • Denise Sibley, MD
  3. Provide a personal story that shows why you have taken your stance
    • Explain how “consensus” incentivized medicine (the Covid shots, Remdesivir, hospital protocols, etc.) hurt you or someone you know; and/or how the nutrient and repurposed drug (such as ivermectin) protocols saved you or someone you know.
  4. Ask for a specific action.
    • Ask them to stop investigating courageous doctors and start engaging in dialogue with them to learn what they know and why their patients love them.
  5. Provide your contact information.

Send your letter to:

Dr. Richard J. Baron
President & CEO
American Board of Internal Medicine
510 Walnut Street, Suite 1700 Philadelphia, PA 19106-3699

or email your letter to:





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