Natural News) The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), a rabidly pro-vaccine front group working on behalf of Big Pharma, recently mailed out a deceptive survey to its members asking them to explain how they are engaging in "Firearm Injury Prevention" – as if it's part of the normal job description of doctors and pediatricians to somehow encourage their patients to avoid owning guns under any circumstances.
As reported by "Dr. LateBloomer," a firearms owner and pediatrician who writes under this alias for her own protection, the AAP survey – which she personally received as one of the organization's members – asks all sorts of invasive and biased questions about how AAP pediatricians are addressing the "issue" of firearms ownership among their patients.
One of the questions trickily asks AAP doctors to reveal how frequently they or members of their staff identify families who own firearms, as well as how often they follow up by recommending to said families that they remove all firearms from their homes – and all of this for the stated purpose of "providing health supervision."
A corresponding question suggests that not identifying families that own firearms represents the converse of this, in that it fails to provide proper "health supervision." To those who fall into this category, AAP plainly asks why, and what are the reasons for not doing so?
The survey goes on to ask AAP doctors and pediatricians how "prepared" they feel to "counsel" patients and their families about "firearm injury prevention." It also inquires as to how AAP members feel about "receiving additional training on firearm injury prevention" without explaining who, exactly, might be doing this "training."