What Can Be Done To Advance Medical Freedom In Tennessee? (Interview with Kimberly Overton, Founder Of Nurse Freedom Network)

In July 2021, registered Hendersonville nurse Kimberly Overton founded the Nurse Freedom Network to stand against the medical tyranny we are still dealing with in the Volunteer State.

Overton, who has a background in Critical Care and Telehealth nursing, has been a strong advocate for autonomy and informed consent throughout her career.

In this interview, we discuss what needs to happen with the Tennessee healthcare system to break away from unconstitutional mandates, unsafe medical protocols and ridiculous overpricing; and what residents can do to get informed and involved.

Be sure to watch and share!

Listen to the interview HERE.

Register for the Nurse Freedom Network’s upcoming events HERE.

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Yours in Freedom,

Brandon Lewis, Founder of The Tennessee Conservative

One thought on “What Can Be Done To Advance Medical Freedom In Tennessee? (Interview with Kimberly Overton, Founder Of Nurse Freedom Network)

  • May 11, 2022 at 10:01 pm
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    I moved from CA, the homeless capital of the world due to liberal policies and handouts. Many homeless don’t want help. They want to do what they want with impunity. They don’t want to be a part of society, they want the life of no responsibilities. This is what you get when the family unit is destroyed, Ritter less people with no self-discipline. There is no reason in this country that people should be hungry except that they are mentally ill, drug addicted or just lazy. I understand that hard times hit so there are times when handouts are necessary but where are these people’s families? Again, the breakdown of the family is to blame and this too was designed by the George Soroses of the world. Brandon is right. People need to feel the pain of their choices.

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