Doctors who treat cold sores and handle gun-related deaths are assessed when the National Rifle Association directed “self-weighted anti-gun” doctors to “stay in your lane.”
Twitter attacked just a few hours before 12 people were killed in a California bar late Wednesday (the second mass image in the country in less than two weeks) triggered a scandal of angry responses from doctors, other healthcare professionals and their supporters.
The NRA also murmured in tweet that doctors consulted only medical research and other members of the Health Care Association to conclude that weapons are an increasingly serious public health problem.
“Half of the Articles in Annals of Medicine Press for Pistol Control”, NRA complained.
Several recent violence violence reports were reported last month in the journal, published by the American College of Physicians. The organization has also issued new guidelines for doctors to protect their patients from gun-related injuries and death.
“Everyone has hobbies. Some doctors’ collective hobbies show firearm policy,” snapped a NRA opinion section linked to Twitter- post.
Furious physicians noted on Twitter to treat cholera or inform parents that a child has died from a shot is their “lane.”