DOJ Targets Surgeon For Exposing Hospital’s Trans Treatments On Kids

Leave it to the Department of “Justice” to spend all its free time chasing the wrong characters.

From individuals who dared to question the singular narrative surrounding COVID to individuals who dare to speak out against transgender treatment in children, the federal government has chosen some interesting targets under Biden’s tenure.

Distressingly, several of these targets now include whistleblowers, which is a tad troubling considering that whistleblowers play a key role in keeping society safe and the government transparent.

Which is likely why they are a preferred target of the federal government.

“I have maintained from day one that I have done nothing wrong. We’re going to fight this tooth and nail, stand up for whistleblowers everywhere.”

So spoke Ethan Haim, a surgeon with Hunt Regional Healthcare, who would soon find out the fate that befalls whistleblowers.

Per a release from the DOJ, Haim has apparently been arrested for alleged HIPPA violations … though the information he uncovered revealed a major lie expressed by a children’s hospital.

“According to the indictment, Haim was a resident at Baylor College of Medicine and had previous rotations at TCH as part of his residency. In April 2023, Haim allegedly requested to re-activate his login access at TCH to access pediatric patients not under his care. The indictment alleges he obtained unauthorized access to personal information of pediatric patients under false pretenses and later disclosed it to a media contact …

If convicted, Haim faces up to 10 years in federal prison and a $250,000 maximum possible fine,” the DOJ declared.

So, in other words, Haim faces greater punishment than murderous BLM thugs.

Sounds logical.

“The four-count indictment alleges Haim obtained personal information including patient names, treatment codes and the attending physician from Texas Children’s Hospital’s (TCH) electronic system without authorization. He allegedly obtained this information under false pretenses and with intent to cause malicious harm to TCH,” the DOJ added.

Is the DOJ serious?

Something suggests hormone therapy for children is more likely to cause “malicious harm.”

Alongside the lies spread by the hospital.

“At the time, transgender care for minors was legal in Texas but the hospital had announced in 2022 that it would stop gender-affirming therapies,” the Herald Banner reported.

As reported by journalist Christopher R. Rufo, who received the whistleblowing documents from Haim, the “information” that the DOJ refers to is the very information that proves a major children’s hospital is lying, which is precisely why Haim released it.

Indeed, Rufo received documents pertaining to therapy undertaking for a “female-to-male transgender person.”

The so-called “therapy” was also done on an 11-year-old … three days after the hospital proclaimed it was no longer providing “gender-affirming care” for children due to the apparent legal and criminal liability the hospital faces.

And, it should come as no surprise that the whistleblowing doctor has been targeted when considering the major agency that helped ensnare Haim into federal charges.

“FBI conducted the investigation. Assistant U.S Attorney Tina Ansari is prosecuting the case,” the DOJ asserted.

What a surprise!

The FBI doing what it does best … creating far more messes than it solves.

Haim also held a discussion with Sara Gonzalez of the Blaze News, noting how alarmingly off-course the government has gotten.

“The most aggressive tactic is charging me with four federal felonies and trying to put me in prison for 10 years for charges that are as disconnected from reality as the interventions they’re trying to cover up,” Haim informed Gonzalez.

About on par with Trump’s 34 felonies.

Biden may have inherited a republic, which Trump made great, but he will be leaving behind a banana republic at this rate.

Author: Ofelia Thornton


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