Minnesota Senator Scott Jensen, a family physician in his own right, made waves early on during the Covid crisis by alerting the public about new guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). At the time, Sen. Jensen told FOX News host Laura Ingraham that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for doctors to certify whether a patient has died of coronavirus are a “mess” and predicted that some fatalities initially reported to be COVID-19-related would be reclassified.
Jensen’s predictions about reclassified fatalities are now mainstream reality plaguing health departments. Mainstream headlines are now regularly exposing a myriad of fatalities, from motorcycle accidents to gunshot wounds, as being included in the official Covid counting numbers.
Nevertheless, an investigation was later opened by the Minnesota Medical Board against Sen. Jensen for his comments about questionable Covid counting guidance by the CDC. In addition, the investigation was looking into his comments comparing COVID-19 to a bad flu season.
Sen. Jensen took to Twitter yesterday to announce that the medical board has ended their investigation into the (anonymous) complaints against him.
The Minnesota Medical Board has ended their investigation into complaints against me. Cancel culture didn't win this time. pic.twitter.com/nsn91MmxwL
— Scott Jensen (@drscottjensen) July 28, 2020