When Science And Medicine Is Social Justice Focused, Is Anyone Getting Good Healthcare?

Posted by on April 5, 2021 6:03 pm

A Duke University medical professional, who apparently is addicted to being “Twitter” famous and stalking Conservatives, has gotten notice of the media for his point of view on racism and economics, attacking White Americans for being the motivations for Black Americans to harm Asian Americans.

“Guess who wokies are blaming for black-on-Asian crime? Yep … white people,” Not The Bee reported, in reaction to Eugene Gu, MD’s post on Twitter.

I’m an Asian-American doctor and today I #TakeTheKnee to fight white supremacy,” Gu posted in 2017, displaying his focus on social justice battles against what he feels is “White Supremacy”. 


It is unclear what evidence Gu has used to reach this conclusion, but he has promoted it nonetheless.

Gu says that it is all the fault of White people.


Eugene Gu (born March 5, 1986) is an American former resident physician and social media personality who was a part of a successful lawsuit against U.S. President Donald Trump. While Gu was in medical school, he founded a company called Ganogen to develop methods to use fetal tissue implants in organ transplantation.

Curiously, Eugene Gu, even though I have never interacted with him or even heard of him before this story, has already blocked me on Twitter, which is ironic.

In my research, I found a great article about, and my concern is that he is a product of Duke University who appears to be turning out the most far-left radical revolutionaries. They don’t appear worried about using their position as a university to harm Americans using math, science, and medicine.

Alex Castro for The Verge wrote about Gu in an article that shows a potential sociopath:

“You might recognize Gu from another one of his viral tweets — a photo of himself in his hospital scrubs, taking a Colin Kaepernick–inspired knee to protest white supremacy, the one that got 51,000 retweets and 182,000 likes and made him an Asian American social justice hero. Or maybe you’ve seen his op-eds for HuffPost and The Hill, or his appearance on Democracy Now! Or maybe you’ve spotted him in Donald Trump’s replies, often one of the first to tell the president that what he’s doing is wrong. Or maybe you heard about the federal lawsuit he joined (and won), along with six others, against Trump for blocking users on Twitter,” Castro wrote.


The article explains Gu’s connection with Vanderbilt University, where he had developed some research using aborted fetal tissue,  that got him into trouble with the law.

“According to Gu, Vanderbilt advised him to speak very little about his research, and to be “extra careful about journalists, be extra careful even to Democratic congresspeople.” They suggested that Gu lie low. “It didn’t make any sense to me,” Gu says. He’d spent his whole life lying low, doing what he was supposed to do. Instead of being praised for his research, he got a congressional subpoena as punishment. He no longer wanted to stay silent. “Based on everything I’ve learned throughout my life — studying American history, understanding how the political system works — in our country and in a democracy, the only way to safeguard your rights is by speaking out and making your case.” So Gu decided to fight back.

He defied Vanderbilt and appeared on NPR’s Science Friday to discuss the subpoena and his research. After Gu’s NPR appearance, his tweets started getting more replies and retweets, and his follower count grew. If he was going to battle his program, he learned that social media would be a powerful weapon in his arsenal.”

Gu’s need for fame makes his approach to medicine and science curious, to say the least, and perhaps criminal. Can anyone say that they would trust this man to make life and death decisions for someone who is not politically aligned with him? This is the type of product Duke University is pumping out into America, and people should be aware.

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