Socialist hypocrite and physician Margaret Flowers refused to accept poor patients before her medical license expired, and has moved on from stalking her ex-husband to gang-stalking Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai and his neighbors.
Flowers and her boyfriend Kevin Zeese, through the Facebook page of their activist organization Popular Resistance, invited violent communist street terrorists to Pai’s home, where protesters held signs and informed on him to his neighbors, simply because he opposes regulations stifling the information economy.
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When still a licensed physician, Flowers wouldn’t accept poor patients—all while agitating for a universal health care system, according to Maryland medical board records.
Flowers, 54, and Zeese ran miserably unsuccessful Green Party Senate campaigns in 2016 and 2006, respectively, struggling to sell Maryland voters on an unrealistic expansion of free government health care—the type of care that Flowers was too greedy to give anyway. She wouldn’t accept government Medicaid payments, which the impoverished rely on to survive.
Facebook took down a first stalking incitement from champagne socialists Popular Resistance, before leaving a second invitation up that gives Pai’s home address.
Sunday wasn’t the first time Flowers couldn’t respect a man’s boundaries.
In 2011, Margaret’s now ex-husband Brian Flowers asked a Baltimore County, Maryland judge to grant him a protective stay-away order against Margaret. For whatever reason, the judge denied Brian, the divorce case’s defendant, police protection from her.
In a Green Party campaign ad from October, Flowers is visible sitting next to openly socialist presidential candidate Bernie Sanders; her narration says, “I worked with members of Congress to put a national, Medicare-for-all health care system on the table.”
“It was off the table,” she added.
Was it as off-the-table as Medicaid enrollees too poor for Flowers’ liking?
Flowers kept her Maryland medical license annually up-to-date until 2012. She has claimed she left the medical field entirely in 2006 to pursue activism with single-payer advocates like Physicians for a National Health Program. Flowers now advises the organization’s board and its president, Dr. Carol Paris.
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