CDM's Globalists In Plain Sight Host Christine Dolan interviews Dr. Brooke Miller, a physician and lifelong resident of Washington, Virginia with his wife, Ann, whom Dolan recently met at a Virginia Medical Freedom Conference in Richmond, Virginia, where they both were featured as speakers.
Dr. Miller spoke on medical freedom and our food supply chain.
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Miller's perspective on Covid-19 is a unique perspective. Not only is Dr. Brooke a physician, but he is the owner/operator of Ginger Hill Angus, LLC., a pure bred seedstock Angus cattle operation, founded by his father, Jackson Newbill Miller, in 1957. Dr Miller is the immediate past president and serves on the board of the United States Cattlemen’s Association. The Miller's grandchildren represent the 10th generation of the Miller family to live in rural Rappahannock county, Virginia, where Dolan used has ridden horses.
Restoring competition in the cattle industry and improving the economic viability of ranching has been Miller's passion for over a decade. The economy of rural America is dependent on the success of America’s farmers and ranchers. He sees this economic success of our nation’s producers of food as vital to our food and national security.
Dr. Miller is a board-certified Family Practice physician with 38 years of clinical experience in Family and Emergency Medicine. Known as a "damn good doctor," practicing in Washington, VA, he and his wife, Ann, own and operate Miller Family Health and Wellness, PLLC.
His clinic promotes health and wellness, disease prevention as well as treatment and reversal of chronic disease through lifestyle changes and a healthy diet centered around beef. He and his wife have treated over 500 patients for Covid-19 and related illnesses due to vaccine injury.
Dr. Miller graduated from Virginia Tech in 1982 with a BS in Biology, honors include Phi Beta Kappa, Magna cum laude. He was a member of the national champion beef cattle judging team in 1981 at Virginia Tech and was the highest placing individual in oral reasons, a notable achievement. He attended medical school at the University of Virginia, graduating in 1986. He completed a Family Practice residency at the Medical College of Virginia, Chippenham Hospital, Richmond, Virginia in 1989.
Dr. Miller is a Christian, husband, father, grandfather, patriotic American, physician, cattleman and CrossFit athlete.