In November 2022, I was asked by the Board of America’s Frontline Doctors whether I would be willing to serve on an outside Oversight Committee in light of the serious allegations of financial impropriety made against Dr. Simone Gold. This Oversight Committee, which I serve alongside Kevin Jenkins, Rachel Rodriguez, and Trent Loos, has been empowered by the AFLDS Board to undertake a thorough review of all policies and procedures in place at the organization in order to protect AFLDS assets, restore faith in AFLDS donors and further the critical mission of AFLDS.
We were tasked with investigating what exactly occurred at AFLDS and releasing those findings to supporters. Additionally, we will be making recommendations to the Board on implementing protocols and procedures that will safeguard donor’s investment; put in place a short and long-term plan to get the organization back to doing the critical work it was created to do; and making the structural changes needed to protect the organization and the doctors, patients and medical professionals who rely on it.
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As a spiritual leader of 33 years, who has committed my life to fight for our God-given human rights, I know just how important the medical freedom movement is to the future of humanity, both in the United States and throughout the world. It is why I agreed to serve on the Oversight Committee; the mission and the work of AFLDS are too essential to be weakened.
I understand how many in the medical freedom movement feel about Dr. Gold’s behavior because I share their feelings. It brings me nothing but sadness to watch someone who started from such a place of moral righteousness lose their way.
But all is not lost; the situation that AFLDS faces, and indeed the situation the broader medical freedom movement faces, is not lost. I know this and know it firsthand because I have seen it play out before. The downfall of many well-known ministries bears striking similarities to what we have watched unfold at AFLDS. The good news is that we will not sit idly by and watch this movement collapse. We are committed to rebuilding.
We are aware that the opponents of the medical freedom movement – especially the government and the unholy alliance of big tech, big media, and big pharma – are gloating at what they see happening at AFLDS. They aren’t interested in protecting the organization or its donors against Dr. Gold’s financial malfeasance; they want to use her egregious deeds as a cudgel to take down the entire movement. The worst mistake we can make at this critical moment is to say nothing and sit back and hope it all goes away. It won’t go away, and the enemies of freedom will ensure it doesn’t go away.
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Now is the time for moral clarity. To be honest about what has happened, to inform donors, doctors, and medical professionals about the truth concerning Dr. Gold’s actions at AFLDS. More importantly, we are all committed to change, rededicating ourselves to the mission and moving forward as an organization and a movement. That is exactly what we are doing as members of the Oversight Committee of AFLDS, which is why our mission is so important. This organization and this movement have never been about one woman or one man, it should never be held hostage by an individual’s greed or lust for power, and no single person owns AFLDS.
This organization belongs to every single person who has stood up over the last three years and fought for freedom, for all the doctors who dared to tell the truth, and for the moms and dads who bravely protected their children and their families from government overreach. To each and every one of those people, I say thank you, and I promise you, we will right the ship at AFLDS and lead it to a righteous and glorious future. I leave with the words of my hero, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. “The time is always right to do what is right.”
Dr. Aaron Lewis
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Sounds like you’ve already made up your mind about Dr. Gold. Not very unbiased, is it?
What is the accusation against her?
Listen to the video discussion at brighteon. com/8cf988d9-ee50-40fd-9b67-2976ca3f2516 (remove the space for the link to work properly) and you will learn how Gold used AFLDS donations to purchase a $3.2 million house for herself and her underwear model boyfriend to live in; spent another $1.5 million on expensive vehicles; was paying her boyfriend $20K per month and herself $50K per month, etc. when she is no longer on the Board, no longer CEO. In other words, Gold has been committing fraud. Apparently, Gold considers donations to AFLDS as her money. The male in this video is Kevin Jenkins, who was appointed by the AFLDS Board to be on an Oversight Committee “…to undertake a thorough review of all policies and procedures in place at the organization in order to protect AFLDS assets, restore faith in AFLDS donors and further the critical mission of AFLDS.”
You say that it’s time for clarity, and to reveal what Dr. Gold did, but then, after smearing her, you don’t reveal anything. Sounds like we should be more wary of character assassins like you, instead of Dr. Gold.
See my reply to Catherine Kraning above, assuming it is approved to be posted. I once donated to AFLDS, but no longer do, because Gold appears to be always grifting for donations but not showing any success in filing and winning lawsuits. AFLDS does not appear to be at the same level of legal competence and success as RFK, Jr.’s Children’s Health Defense and Del Bigtree’s ICAN.org with their attorney, Aaron Siri of Siri | Glimstad who have been very successful in winning lawsuits. When SImone Gold first came on the scene, I was impressed by her credentials and her ability to communicate; but, her more recent actions have not been equally impressive.
I support Dr. Gold. I pray my donations are fully benefiting her vision…
I’m pretty sure that MLK is not the person to be holding up as an example of righteousness…… probably should stick to Jesus as he’s the only person who holds up to scrutiny.
So….what did she supposedly do?
She bought a house for about 3.5 million.. supposedly was living with a guy fornicating.. fornication.. bought to Maserati’s. It’s just crazy to me they were paying her 50000$ per month… Jane Ruby seems like the real deal anyways.
are you kidding ‘US’? Sounds like what Black Lives Matter did with all of their donations. Please say this isn’t true…
It is true. You can verify this via a simple online search. See my posts above, assuming they are approved.
“Supposedly.”……come to the table with facts and maybe ill digest what you are serving.
For facts, see “America’s Frontline Doctors: All Roads Point to Israel – Big Money, hidden agendas, obfuscation, and the many disconcerting ties to AFLDS’ Dr. Simone Gold” on Reinette Senum’s substack, at reinettesenumsfoghornexpress. substack. com/p/americas-frontline-doctors-all-roads – (remove the two spaces for the link to work properly)
Dr. Lewis provides a welcome alternative for consideration regarding the plight of Gold. My opinion is that she was misused and misguided by her male-model boyfriend. But it’s too late to reverse that. I donated for one of her speaking engagements; she was a no-show and there was no communication regarding any cancellation of the event. That’s when I withdrew my support… then I realized her male-model boyfriend was impersonating as communications director and body guard, no doubt on the payroll; plus he was (and is) acting as administrator for the AFLDS Pharmacists Telegram Channel, when he has no pharmaceutical training or background. All that, plus numerous questionable real estate interests was enough for me to become skeptical, suspicious and subsequently withdraw my financial support.