Prison Planet.com » Same Doctors That Push Violence-Inducing Psychiatric Drugs Are Trying to Take Away Second Amendment Rights from Americans

Lance D Johnson
Natural News
October 8, 2018

coalition of healthcare providers wants to end the “epidemic” of gun violence and implement an “evidence-based policy” on guns. The organization is called SAFE (Scrubs Addressing the Firearm Epidemic). While reducing violence is a noble goal, the group isn’t focused on eliminating the actual triggers that cause violence or the conditions of the heart that breed violent outcomes.

Instead, they want to get as many firearms out of the hands of law abiding citizens as possible. SAFE merely wants to give doctors authority over patient’s second amendment rights, to get patients to talk about the guns they have in their homes, so more action can be taken on guns. As the medical profession gathers intel about gun owners and puts firearm ownership on healthcare records, liberal doctors can make a case that certain gun owners are mentally or physically unfit to own a firearm.

Last week, thirty medical schools demonstrated at hospitals across the country. Thousands of medical students paraded the hospital halls, donning scrubs with SAFE’s bright red logo. Calling for tougher gun control and more federal funding for gun violence research, the students walked around hospitals oblivious to the actual causes of violence. SAFE wants doctors to be trained on how to talk with patients about guns, yet this group is oblivious to the damage their profession does when they prescribe psychiatric drugs to patients.

The causes of violence are exacerbated by the medical profession

A person who shoots down innocent people in a school, mall, theater, concert, etc. has lost all empathy for human life. Taking firearms out of people’s hands doesn’t change the violent motivations within the human heart. If the shooter is motivated, they will find a weapon and they will act out.

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