US Anti Vax Doctor Who Claimed COVID Jab Makes People Magnetised Has Licence Renewed

A controversial American doctor who said the COVID-19 jab could make people become magnetised has had her medical licence renewed.

Dr Sherri Tenpenny, an osteopathic physician and anti-vaccination activist who reportedly supports the disproven claim that vaccines cause autism, told the Ohio House committee this year that people have become ‘magnetised’ after taking the new COVID jab.

Local media said the controversial doctor’s medical licence was renewed by the State Medical Board of Ohio for a further two years on Thursday.

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny who has her medical license renewed. (Newsflash)

However, a spokesperson said, because the board has over 40,000 licensees, the renewal process is automated.

The Medical Board spokesperson added: “However, when a licensee provides an affirmative answer that indicates a violation of rule or statute, a complaint will be automatically generated.

“The board has various procedures… that allow the board to take immediate action to suspend a license when the safety of the public is at risk.”

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny who has her medical license renewed. (Newsflash)

The medical body can refuse to renew the licence of any physician who makes a “false, fraudulent, deceptive, or misleading statement” regarding practicing medicine.

The spokesperson also pointed out that an automatic renewal does not mean there are no complaints or ongoing investigations against the doctor. It also does not prevent the medical body from taking new or additional disciplinary action.

Dr Tenpenny’s medical licence was first issued in 1984 and was due to expire on 1st October.

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny who has her medical license renewed. (Newsflash)

The doctor said that she has been researching the adverse effects of vaccines for 21 years.

However, she was widely slammed on social networks for claiming people could stick metal objects to their bodies after becoming magnetised from the COVID shot as well as possibly “interface” with 5G towers.

She has also authored books in opposition to vaccines and testified in support of the so-called Vaccine Choice and Anti-Discrimination Act, Ohio House Bill 248.