A member of America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS) has been sentenced to prison after she pleaded guilty in March this year to a class A misdemeanor.
Dr. Simone Gold, who delivered a speech via megaphone about the dangers of the covid vaccine, after she entered the U.S. Capitol Building on Jan. 6, 2021, was arrested shortly after.
Dr. Gold also talked about other reliable and viable treatments like hydroxychloroquine (HQC) and ivermectin and encouraged those who heard her to protect their immune systems from the experimental and dangerous covid vaccine.
After being herded inside Capitol Building by law enforcement, Dr. Gold will now have to serve a two-month prison sentence for her “crime.”
Keep in mind this comes as criminals with histories of felonies, are released onto the streets with no punishment.
After her sentence has been served, Dr. Gold will then be subjected to twelve months of supervision and has been ordered to pay a fine of $9,500.
U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper in Washington, D.C., called AFLDS “unseemly” for raising money for Dr. Gold’s salary, after she told her supporters that her arrest was unfair prosecution.
The Judge also called Gold that she was not just a “casual bystander” at the Capitol Building, and labeled her an “insurrectionist,” adding that Gold and the AFLDS were guilty of “misleading” supporters that her arrest went against her First Amendment rights and that the prosecution was politically motivated.
“I think that is a real disservice to the true victims of that day,” he stated.
Gold had arrived in Washington D.C. the day before the Trump rally, to speak at Freedom Plaza about the dangers of taking to covid vax. When the doors were opened to the Capitol Building during January 6., Gold entered the building to further spread her message to those inside the building.
There were no acts of violence or threats made by Gold.
“I was paid a visit by the FBI in a Roger Stone kind of takedown moment, which is quite uncalled for,” Gold said about her prosecution.
“You know, if anybody wanted to get a hold of me, they could have picked up the phone and called. I’m very easy to find. But there were literally twenty guys with guns blazing, [and they] broke down my door.” Gold recounted her experience about the FBI raiding her home.
“It was dramatic and what I want to say is that I weep for our country,” Gold added about her mistreatment at the hands of the state.
“If you can pull in a person like me … [and] have the FBI break down your door with 20 guns, shackle you [in] handcuffs [and] drag you off, I mean it was really terrible … I’m telling you, America: this can happen to you.”