Minnesota Medical School Students Pledge To Value Activism Over Medicine

October 14th, 2022 2:53 PM

In the very near future, your medical experts will no longer care about making sure you are physically healthy after you visit them. Instead, they will be the newest advocates of social justice more concerned about lifting bonds of “oppression” rather than taking care of sick people.

Video has surfaced showing that incoming students at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine are being forced to read a pledge in which they vow to fight “white supremacy, colonialism (and) the gender binary.” While that should be enough to make your stomach lurch in disgust, the rest of the video is far worse.

The man reading this ridiculous oath is Dr. Robert Englander, the school’s associate dean for undergraduate medical education. Just 20 years ago, any doctor who would undermine the true purpose for becoming a medical professional and turn those under him into activists - especially at the collegiate level - would be fired on the spot. But today, actions like this are perfectly acceptable.

When patients walk into a doctor’s office, it is the last place they should experience the left’s influence on culture. But what if that won’t be the case within our lifetimes? And will doctors prioritize treatments "marginalized by Western medicine?"

"I'm afraid you have cancer. We're going to burn some sage. If that doesn't work, we'll try chemo."

Based on our nation’s rabid obsession with stupidity in other areas, I would not be surprised in the least if this becomes the new normal in the medical field.

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