Talk about "Madness"! Your medical history is going to become part of "the federal background check system" by executive order.
Here Are The 23 Executive Actions That Obama Is Taking Immediately
To Reduce Gun Violence
Action number 2 will "prevent any barriers, particularly relating to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, that may prevent
states from making information available to the federal background check system.”
When a medical clinic submits a bill to Medicaid or another insurance company your diagnosis must be included with that bill. This action will allow
states to make your information available to the federal government. The glaring problem with this is that doctors are frequently wrong about their
diagnoses and you could be given a serious diagnosis that you don’t in fact have. For instance, Bipolar is a frequently diagnosed condition that is
handed out regularly. However, many people diagnosed as Bipolar are not truly Bipolar. Being labeled could result in the loss of your Constitutional
The Centers for Disease Control is presumably going to determine which diagnoses place a person at risk for gun violence:
Action number 14: “Issue a Presidential Memorandum directing the Centers for Disease Control to research the causes and prevention of gun
Depending on what they decide we may already have a diagnosis that will prevent the purchase of a firearm. Diagnoses that come to mind are Autism,
Asperger’s, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, Major Depression, Personality Disorders, Intermittent Explosive Disorder, and probably many more.
Your medical personnel are being placed in the position of spying on you and reporting their results, indirectly, to the federal government.
Action number 16: “Clarify that the Affordable Care Act does not prohibit doctors asking their patients about guns in their homes.”
Keep in mind that doctors may ask, and probably will be required by the Center for Medicare Services to ask all patients about guns in the home. The
responses will be annotated in their records. They can ask your spouse and your children. Even if you say no when asked your spouse or child may
inadvertently mention that there are guns in the house.
Action number 17: “Release a letter to health care providers clarifying that no federal law prohibits them from reporting threats of violence to
law enforcement authorities.”
This will emphasize to health care providers that the government wants them to break confidentiality liberally and report individuals whom they think
may be violent.
Steps to Take Immediately:
1. When going to the doctor and filling out the form asking about sleep, depression, anger ect check “no” on everything.
2. Only tell your medical personnel the minimum of what they need to know to take care of you.
3. Tell your family not to disclose any information about guns in your home.
4. Ask your doctor to tell you what diagnoses he has down for you and ask him to explain what they mean. Write them down and research them. If you
don’t agree with the diagnosis ask that it be changed to one that you do agree with or removed.
5. Do not ever flippantly say you are angry at someone and think about hurting them. They may report you.
6. Remember that nothing is confidential anymore and protect yourself and your information.