Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Reinforcing the Texas "Medical" Association's Diabolical Wickedness....

"Oh, the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are His judgments and His ways past finding out!"
Romans 11:33

[Note I: The sections about TMA are from 0:00 to 4:00 and from 12:00 to the end; the middle section is the chiropractic treatment.]

[Note II: This author had nothing to do with the production of this video.  Thus we were not consulted regarding Ms. Adams' wardrobe.  If some of you Baptist types have an issue with useful information being presented by an attractive woman in a semi-revealing outfit using modestly strong language, you are free to not watch the video without sending this author an angry Facebook message on the topic.]

[Note III: LOL, Baptist trigger warnings....]

Oh yeah, we'd forgotten about the chiropractors....

Over the years, this website's opposition to the texas "medical" association has primarily been rooted in their rabid support for abortion, euthanasia in hospitals, and Obamacare.  But we know they're is involved in all sorts of other terrible things.  But, like we said, we'd completely forgotten about the Chiropractors.

Gregory Johnson is a Houston based chiropractor with a popular YouTube channel.  We discovered Dr. Johnson's channel this past weekend during some fitness related research that wasn't supposed to be political.  But then the TMA video popped up....

Apparently, at some recent point, TMA attempted an effort to mandate a referral from a general practitioner before anyone in Texas could visit a chiropractor.  This was obviously a protectionist effort to use the coercive power of the state to create a new revenue stream.  We believe the effort was unsuccessful, but the fact that it had to be fought in the first place speaks volumes.

We first encountered TMA's anti-chiropractor nonsense during the Mike VanDeWalle special election campaign three years ago; at least TMA is staying classy.

This past January, Dr. Johnson released a video with professional wrestler Brooke Adams detailing TMA's latest villainy.  In the video, Dr. Johnson asks viewers to help make the video go "as viral as possible."  Considering that most of the top pro-free market activists in this state read this website, that's a request we can oblige.

Watch the full video below.



  • Adams lives in Houston: "She wants to preserve the right [to see a chiropractor] without having to go through her medical doctor."
  • TMA trying to change "scope of practice" laws to box chiropractors out of the market.
  • Adams: "I owe the longevity of my career" to chiropractic.
    • Note: Long career or not, we'd never heard of her until we discovered Dr. Johnson's YouTube channel.
  • Adams: "I just think it's complete...[nonsense] that I have to spend extra money to go to a doctor just to get a referral."
    • Selfish and unfair to consumers.
  • Out of state clients would have to get a referral from a licensed doctor before they could see Johnson.
  • TMA has sued the chiropractors multiple times and the chiropractors have won every time.

1 comment:

  1. I would like to go on record as having no problem with her wardrobe selection.


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