In connection with her entry into the Capitol on January 6, an anti-vaccine doctor who pushed hydroxychloroquine has pleaded guilty.

According to court documents, an anti-vaccination doctor who entered the United States Capitol building during the Jan. 6 attack pleaded guilty on Thursday to one count of class A misdemeanor knowing entry into and continued to remain in a prohibited building.

A felony charge of interference of an official procedure was filed against Simone Gold, a hydroxychloroquine advocate who was detained in California in January. She was also facing many minor counts at the time of her detention.




President Gold formed nonprofit America’s Frontline Doctors, which has been condemned for propagating false information regarding the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States.

When Gold appeared in person for a remote hearing on Thursday, U.S. District Court Judge Christopher Cooper accepted Gold’s plea.

As part of a plea agreement with the government, she committed to cooperate with additional investigations until January 6, 2019. Her sentence recommendations call for her to serve between 0 and 6 months in prison for the crime…

“I have deliberately entered a guilty plea,” Gold told Cooper. “I enter a guilty plea.”

The date for sentencing has been set for June.

Ms. Gold was escorted into the United States Capitol by her co-defendant John Strand, who entered through the east doors of the rotunda of the United States Capitol.

She told the Washington Post in an article published on January 12, 2021, that she regretted being in the Capitol, but that the atmosphere was “very serene” where she was.

Gold was slated to speak at the “Rally for Health Freedom” on the east side of the Capitol building.

“I am a Stanford-educated attorney!” says the author. According to a Mother Jones report that followed Gold’s radicalization, she stated this within the rotunda on January 6.

The FBI has apprehended more than 750 people in connection with the incident on January 6th. More than 2,500 people are believed to have either entered the Capitol during the attack or attacked police officers and members of the media outside the building during the attack.

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