Leftists come for Dr. Jensen’s medical license again

This is the fourth time Jensen has had his license threatened since the onset of COVID-19.

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Leftists are attempting to ruin Dr. Scott Jensen’s medical career once again by filing formal complaints with the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice.

This is the fourth time Jensen has had his license threatened since the onset of COVID-19, when he began to speak out about the political nature of the virus and the vaccine.

Jensen, a practicing family physician and current candidate for governor, recently wrote an affidavit requesting a temporary restraining order against administering the COVID-19 vaccine to 12-15-year-olds. The affidavit was submitted in support of a lawsuit filed by America’s Frontline Doctors.

Jensen said in his new video that he was never supposed to be listed as a plaintiff in the lawsuit and never had a chance to review the complaint. The only document he reviewed and signed was the affidavit he wrote for the case, he said. His name has since been removed as a plaintiff in the lawsuit.

But now he has “anonymous accusers” coming after him.

Jensen received a confidential notice from the Board of Medical Practice, which asked for information about his practice and the lawsuit.

“Evidently, I don’t get to participate in some of the normal legal channels that most Americans would,” Jensen said in a video.

As a family doctor, Jensen said he knows the “direct threat” the vaccine poses to some of his patients. He also thinks the politicization of the COVID-19 vaccine makes people wary of all vaccinations.

“In addition to the direct threat posed to my young patients, an additional unwelcome consequence of using coercion to mandate the participation of healthy young people who are at a statistical zero risk relates to a possible reduction in the public trust of all vaccines,” Jensen wrote in his affidavit.

He said he has seen this in action. Jensen has had families in his office who refuse all vaccines for their children because they are now “so concerned about vaccines in general.”

Last year, Jensen’s medical license was threatened by the board after it received multiple allegations that Jensen was misleading the public and lying about COVID-19; some of these complaints even called him a “danger to public health.”

Jensen said he believes the complaints are politically motivated and that the accusers are not his patients or anyone he knows. He was cleared of all allegations three times by the board.

In his recent video, Jensen also made note of the White House’s refusal to mandate the vaccine for migrants coming across the southern border, while a “de facto mandate” for children is bound to happen.

“It’s not going to stop … You should be concerned too,” Jensen advised.

Jensen was recently banned from posting advertisements on Facebook after “repeatedly” sharing content “that has been debunked by third-party fact checkers.” He was also banned by TikTok without explanation after he criticized a 60 Minutes episode that smeared Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.


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Rose Williams is an assistant editor for Alpha News.