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How many doctors & scientists must be lost to political games before people see the risk to society?



September 23, 2021: Minnesota Gubernatorial candidate, Dr. Scott Jensen, discusses the case of Dr. Aaron Kheriaty (Bioethicist, Physician, and UCI Professor) against the University of California (UCI-Irvine). The case filed by Dr. Kheriaty underscores UCI's excessive use of baseless Covid mandates and a stubborn unwillingness to recognize the health advantages of those who have proven natural immunity against Covid.


Dr. Kheriaty closes his official statement to UCI-Irvine with a single question:


"How can I continue to call myself a medical ethicist if I fail to do what I am convinced is morally right under pressure?"


There is only one ethical answer to this question and Dr. Kheriaty has expressed the correct answer through his noble actions. Let's all hope that many more doctors find their way to the ethical paths being traced by courageous leaders like Dr. Kheriaty.


By: Extremely American Colin Wright


Short Biography - Dr. Aaron Kheriaty


Aaron Kheriaty is Professor of Psychiatry at UCI School of Medicine and Director of the Medical Ethics Program at UCI Health. He serves as chairman of the medical ethics committees at UCI Hospital and at the CA Department of State Hospitals. Dr. Kheriaty graduated from the University of Notre Dame in philosophy and pre-medical sciences, earned his MD degree from Georgetown University, and completed residency training in psychiatry at UCI. He has authored books and articles for professional and lay audiences on bioethics, social science, psychiatry, and religion. His work has been published in the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Public Discourse, and First Things; he has conducted print, radio, and television interviews on bioethics topics with The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, CNN, Fox, and NPR. On matters of public policy and healthcare he has addressed the California Medical Association and has testified before the California Senate Health Committee.