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America’s Frontline Doctors Forms Legal Task Force to Challenge Sweeping Pandemic Powers

Includes team of lawyers dedicated to protecting civil liberties and medical privacy Los Angeles, CA – America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS) today announced the creation of its Legal Task Force, a combination of legal professionals committed to the cause of freedom. The best and brightest advocates for civil liberties have joined forces to develop a strategic response related to the legal and constitutional issues of lockdowns, mask mandates, vaccine passports, medical discrimination, and more. We welcome Joey Gilbert, Esq, Leigh Dundas, Esq (CA), Thomas Renz, Esq, Ali Shultz, JD to the team. The nonprofit’s Legal Resources page provides everyday citizens with the tools they need to challenge unlawful masking edicts and equal-access discrimination through digital health credentials like New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Excelsior Pass. “The US Constitution isn’t optional, and our laws don’t fall by the wayside with every outbreak. America’s Frontline Doctors’ Legal Task Force is dedicated to taking power back from the unaccountable state public health bureaucrats and returning it to taxpaying citizens and business owners,” said AFLDS founder Simone Gold, JD. “Over the next several months, we will be launching a series of legal challenges to COVID-related restrictions in various states. This is the civil-rights issue of our time. AFLDS is proud to lead the fight once again for truth, freedom, and the American way of life.” AFLDS supports business owners and concerned citizens pooling their legal resources together to resist major intrusions on their rights. To learn more about the organization’s policy recommendations, including legal remedies, visit their Issue Briefs page.

Unless we put medical freedom into the Constitution, the time will come when medicine will organize into an undercover dictatorship to restrict the art of healing to one class of Men and deny equal privileges to others; the Constitution of this republic should make special privilege for medical freedom as well as religious freedom."