Simone Gold, who was sacked from her position as an emergency department physician and is the founder of America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLD), was freed from a federal jail in Miami on Friday, two weeks before the conclusion of her 60-day sentence.
Gold was punished for misdemeanor trespassing in the United States. Capitol on January 6, 2021, during President Donald J. Trump’s rally.
“As she walked out of prison, a video posted on her Twitter account showed her smiling and making a heart with her hands. “I’m back,” she said defiantly. According to medpagetoday.com, another video showed her performing push-ups on the pavement outside the jail gates.
After her release, a Conservative America First Representative presented Gold with a very unique gift for her fight of liberty.
“The worst doctor you can possibly have is the federal government,” Simone Gold stated recently, revealing her issue with the Federal Government’s desire to supplant Western Medicine.
“I am unwavered in my fight for the American people, for the soul of our nation. When you expose the truth, you put yourself at odds with billion dollar special interests and governments that don’t always have your best interests in mind. We will never stop fighting for YOU! ” Gold posted on social media.
Gold tweeted about the highlights of her release day, including images of US Representative Louie Gohmert and other supporters:
Heartfelt moments as Dr. Simone Gold has officially been released from prison, being met by Representative Louie Gohmert, the AFLDS team, and her supporters.
We can never allow this miscarriage of justice to happen again. pic.twitter.com/zh2O4S1wGY
— Dr. Simone Gold (@drsimonegold) September 9, 2022
The Epoch Times stated:
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) honored Dr. Simone Gold with a former American flag. Friday, she returned to the U.S. Capitol after serving 45 days in jail for her role in the January 6 Capitol breach and entry into restricted areas.
“Dr. Simone Gold is a patriot and an American hero,” Gohmert said in a Sept. 9 statement.
— Louie Gohmert (@replouiegohmert) September 9, 2022
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
The in-person grant upon Gold’s release from the Miami Federal Detention Center was to honor the Los Angeles-based emergency medicine specialist’s “invaluable work and contributions to public health, medical freedom, and our God-given constitutional rights,” according to the Republican lawmaker.
Gold, the founder of non-profit America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS), was sentenced on June 16 under a plea deal on one count of entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds, a federal misdemeanor. The sentence, meted out by U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper on June 16, included 60 days in jail, one year of supervised release, a $9,500 fine, and $500 of restitution. CONTINUE READING…