Dr. Peter McCullough, a well-known physician and expert on the COVID-19 or CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, is being sued by Texas-based health institution Baylor Scott & White after appearing on the Stew Peters Show to warn Americans about the COVID vaccines (BSWH).
Dr. McCullough is being sued for allegedly misrepresenting himself during an interview as a spokesperson for BSWH. He expressed his expert view on coronavirus vaccinations and expressed his reservations. According to Life Site News, the complaint follows BSWH’s decision to impose inoculation for all of its 40,000 employees.
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McCullough is a Baylor University graduate who served as the Vice-Chancellor of Baylor University.
Stew Peters attacked the complaint on his show, calling it “nothing less than an attack on Dr. McCullough’s character intended to discredit [him].”
According to Peters, Dr. McCullough’s association with Baylor is well-known.
“Dr. McCullough is associated on public online platforms and groups with many links and mentions to BSWH as a current active member of medical staff for both Baylor University Medical Center and Baylor Heart and Vascular Hospital and with an office on campus,” he stated.
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Dr. McCullough is also a “prominent graduate from Baylor with an endowed scholarship in his honor,” according to Peters.
He’s “often associated as a source of pride for Baylor,” who “kept him up on their website until mid–July, causing a whole lot of confusion with hundreds of media professionals.”
“We made an error, and as a result of our fault, he is being sued,” Peters said of the editing error that allowed BSWH to file the lawsuit.
“They launched the lawsuit on the same day they announced the ill-advised COVID-19 obligatory vaccination program for their 40,000 employees, many of whom do not want this shot,” he said, expressing his concern about the case’s genuine purpose.
Dr. McCullough has already experienced censorship. He has faced severe consequences in the past for just expressing his expert view on the reaction to COVID-19 as the most published author in his field and one of America’s leading specialists on early treatment for CCP virus. A video he made on YouTube about early cancer therapy was blocked in 2020 for “violating the YouTube community’s standards.”
McCullough recently lambasted this censorship in a speech to the Texas Senate Health and Human Service Committee, calling it a “near total block of knowledge” about a therapy that may have reduced CCP virus fatalities by 85 percent.
Since the complaint was filed, several doctors’ organizations have expressed their support for Dr. Peter McCullough.
In an Aug. 1 statement, the Health Freedom Defense Fund said, “We stand by Dr. Peter McCullough and other bold physicians and scientists who put patients, scientific advancement, and truth first.”
“I am glad to share that the Truth for Health Foundation, as Dr. McCullough’s Chief Medical Advisor, is establishing a legal defense fund against medical censorship,” said Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet, President and CEO of the Truth for Health Foundation.
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