Gaystapo Claims Another Victim – Cover-Up On Witch-Hunt Report – Sign the Petition!


Dr. Church was targeted by a “sham peer review…”a general term describing the misuse of hospital by-laws to intimidate and control physicians.” The hospital uses a process meant for dealing with legitimate medical malpractice or abuse of a patient as a club against a doctor that they want to punish for other reasons, often ideological or political.

The upper management of doctors and administrators collude to conduct a phony “peer review” against the physician in question. They use their collective influence to persuade staff members and even Board members to go along with it.

In this case, the internal process used against Dr. Church was meant for punishing actual medical malpractice or patient abuse – neither of which has ever been alleged against Dr. Church – not for settling ideological disagreements.



Since we’ve covered this scandalous gaystapo witch-hunt before, here’s the outcome, another jackboot stomp on America’s freedoms.

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  • No need for re-writing the admirable summary received from MassResistance, so I’m just giving the intro and the link so you too can recoil in disgust at the intolerant apparatchiks running a prominent American hospital.

A special appeal panel at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston has upheld the hospital administration’s earlier claim that a physician’s statements to colleagues and staff about the dangers of homosexuality constitute “discrimination,” “harassment,” and “unprofessional conduct,” and that Bible verses regarding homosexuality are similarly “offensive” and discriminatory.


Supporting Dr. Church — and telling the truth — outside of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

Dr. Paul Church has been a urologist on the BIDMC staff for nearly 30 years and is a member of the Harvard Medical School faculty. He has done research on diagnosing prostate and bladder cancer. He has also spoken on the subject of high-risk sexual behaviors.

In recent years he voiced concerns to colleagues about the hospital’s aggressive promotion of LGBT events and activities. That angered the hospital administration.

Expelled from staff for bringing up uncomfortable medical facts


Recently, Dr. Church was expelled from the staff of BIDMC after he posted  medical concerns about the dangerous practices of homosexual behavior, also two Bible verses, on the hospital’s internal Internet portal.

The hospital did not dispute the truth of Dr. Church’s statements, nor claim that he ever discussed these matters with patients.

But they stated that his concerns constitute “discrimination,” “harassment,” and “unprofessional conduct” and may not be discussed.




Appeal denied

Dr. Church requested an internal appeal of his expulsion, as the hospital bylaws allow. On July 29th and 30th, an appeal hearing was held before a special medical panel. On Sept. 9, Dr. Church was notified that the panel voted to uphold the hospital’s earlier decision. The panel also prepared a report explaining its decision, but the report is considered “confidential” according to hospital by-laws and has not been made available.


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