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Simone Gold

Dr. Simone Gold is a board-certified emergency medicine physician and a lawyer.
Lived in Los Angeles, California. Moved to Naples, Florida.
Originally from New York


City College of New York
Chicago Medical School, 1989
Stanford University Law School, 1993
residency in Emergency Medicine at Stony Brook University Hospital in New York.

Leadership During the COVID-19 Pandemic

  • In May 2020, Dr. Gold wrote an open letter to Donald Trump to end the Covid-19 lockdown (link) with more than 600 other doctors co-signing.
  • Authored I Do Not Consent: My Fight Against Medical Cancel Culture
  • Appeared in a viral video from July 27, 2020 in front of the US Supreme Court Building touting hydroxychloroquine alongside Richard Urso, Stella Immanuel, James Todaro, Bob Hamilton, Dan Erickson, and Joseph Ladapo. The video accumulated over 17 million views before being censored. The meeting was referred to as the “White Coat Summit”.
  • Dr. Gold was fired from hospitals where she had worked as an emergency department physician in the aftermath of the the White Coat Summit video

Lectures, Presentations, & Interviews

Online Presence

Social Media

On Twitter
social media self identifier: Doctor • Lawyer • Warrior 🥼 Founder of America’s Frontline Doctors •

Lives in $3.6M Residential Home Purchased by AFLDS

On November 4, 2022, the board of Free Speech Foundation (d/b/a America's Frontline Doctors) began a legal action against Simone Gold. (Most of the case's filings can be accessed for free via RECAP.) The board alleged the Simone Gold turned into the 'rogue founder of AFLDS'.

Both sides of the legal action describe an internal power struggle between the board and Simone Gold, with Gold managing to take control of the AFLDS email system and website. In communications with the board members, Gold argued that she should be leading the organization that she founded and that the board members should resign.

While the board was aware that AFLDS purchased a $3.6M residential home, the board continued to work with Simone Gold as they were in negotiation for Gold's services after they became aware of the purchase. The board was also aware that she lived in the home and served notice of the lawsuit to her home address (808 Myrtle Terrace, Naples, FL 34103).

AFLDS's Frontline News Responds to Reinette Senum's Blog Post

Arizona Court case

In the Arizona court case, the judge's decision criticized both sides for failing their fiduciary duties to AFLDS.

The parties to this dispute all owe fiduciary duties to the company. They all seem to have forgotten that. Instead, the parties have chosen to spend time and resources fighting with each other in Court.5 These parties, however, have an obligation to AFLDS and their donors to spend whatever time and effort is necessary to resolve their differences and begin to operate AFLDS in a responsible manner.

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