Doctor Who Bragged About Wanting To Poison Jews Loses Ohio Medical Certificate
An Ohio woman who made anti-Semitic comments on social media and about it when applying for a state residency program at Kern Medical had her medical certificate permanently revoked, according to NBC affiliate KGET.
- Lara Kollab surrendered her certificate last month, and the State Medical Board of Ohio issued the order to have it revoked on August 12, according to the report.
- “The board found her conduct showed ‘a failure to furnish evidence satisfactory to the board of good moral character,’” KGET wrote.
- The issue stems from social media comments Kollab made between 2011 and 2013, with a tweet from 2012 leaving a specific mark on her record.
Kollab in 2012 made comments on Twitter including that she would purposely give Jewish people the wrong medicine. When those comments came to light in 2018, Kollab resigned in lieu of termination from her internal medicine residency at the Cleveland Clinic, according to the medical board.
Among the tweets Kollab made from 2011 to 2013, according to medical board documents, were, “Allah will take the Jews” (as translated) and “hahha ewww..I’ll purposely give all the yahood (Jews) the wrong meds…” (as translated).
- Kollab reportedly failed to disclose that she left the Cleveland Clinic over the social media posts when she applied for the residency program at Kern Medical, the outlet reported. “Instead, she said she resigned over a death in the family, according to medical board documents.”
- KGET said the “Kern Medical position was withdrawn before she was offered a formal contract when administrators became aware of the comments.”