COLUMBUS, Ohio – Two years ago, a Cleveland area physician strode into the House Health Committee room and told state lawmakers that COVID-19 vaccines magnetize their hosts and “interface” with cell towers.
“You have not done so, and therefore, until you do, your license will be suspended.”.
“And as you get that license, and as you obtain that privilege, you consent to certain reasonable things.
The actions are the latest showing of medical boards wrestling with the issue of how to address physicians who make fringe claims about vaccines during health emergencies.
Ohio Right to Life President Mike Gonidakis, who sits on the board as a non-medical representative, did not attend Wednesday’s vote.
Neither Gross, nor Ohio Advocates for Medical Freedom President Stephanie Stock, who posed for photos with Tenpenny after the 2021 hearing, attended Wednesday’s meeting.
While the document doesn’t note when she left the facility, it states she started the Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center in 1994. »