It was the DOD all along. Trump knew.

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2023 Jan 26, 8:22pm   4,847 views  73 comments

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Since DOD funded them, developed them, mandated them and sold the world on them, slim chance anyone’s calling on DOD will have any effect. My hopes for stopping them are lower every day. The hammer is in a downward motion, populations are docile, tired and ignorant. It’s too late. They got us, although I will NEVER understand how few of unelected evildoers got billions of us.

Trump was at least nominally in charge of the DOD. Trump continues to push the toxxine and brag about operation "Warp Speed" which was actually years in the making.

Trump knew. That's why he has to keep pretending that the toxxine is safe when it is really very dangerous. He doesn't want to get blamed for the mass death that the toxxine is causing.

The DOD had been wanting to try out the toxxine even before Trump got into office, which means mean that Obama knew about it too.


DOD Announces COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan
Dec. 9, 2020

Today, the Department of Defense announced its deliberate and phased plan to distribute and administer initial and subsequent allocations of the COVID-19 vaccine.

The Department continues to work closely with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. As one of the 64 jurisdictions to which the United States government has allocated vaccines, the DOD plans to administer its initial allocation of 43,875 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to CONUS and OCONUS populations of DoD uniformed service members, both active and Selected Reserve components, including members of the National Guard; dependents; retirees; civilian employees; and select DoD contract personnel as authorized in accordance with DoD regulation. ...

The distribution of the allocated COVID-19 vaccines will begin once the Federal Drug Administration authorizes the COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use and in accordance with Operation Warp Speed guidance.


Whether or not you want to believe it, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has managed the Covid response in its entirety. The vaccination biowarfare and tyranny we have experienced over the past three years have been pure theatre — or, in other words, a very sick show. The DoD was, quite simply, running a war effort in which Americans were manipulated, deceived and coerced concerning the virus origins and vaccine mandates. “Safe and effective’” proved to be neither. ...

Latypova studied the contracts Pfizer had with the U.S. government. As per the contracts, the product is shipped to the DoD, which retains 100 percent control and ownership of the vials until their contents are injected into people. She did not find any documentation on a sampling of the vials for the purpose of verification of their contents vs. the label. And the contracts specify that “it is expressly forbidden by the international vaccine supply contracts to perform the vial tests for label conformity.” ...

Note that the DoD “contracted Pfizer in May of 2020 for production of at least 100 million doses by October 31, 2020, and up to 500 million doses later. Pfizer’s initial contract award was for $10 billion, with many additional incentives for delivering more doses faster. Similar contracts were made with numerous other ‘vaccine’ manufacturers, and hundreds of other suppliers,” as reported by Latypova.

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34   Onvacation   2023 Feb 6, 8:22pm  

Patrick says

At this point, Pfizer was not part of BioNTech’s C-19 vaccine project. As narrated in The Vaccine, the small German company, which had never had any product on the market, only succeeded in recruiting the American multinational as partner three months later (p. 156).

Isn't that the company Bill Gates invested $50M in in 2019? And then sold his share for $500M in 2022?

These people are not near as smart as they think they are. Unfortunately they are smart enough to fool most people.
35   Patrick   2023 Feb 6, 10:33pm  


Rep. Waxman question to FDA Commissioner McClellan: "...the BioShield proposal would allow the Secretary of Health and Human Services to waive virtually all of the consumer protections in the Federal Food and Drug Cosmetic Act in case of an emergency. Moreover, the proposal would then severely curtail judicial review of the Secretary’s decision...What is the rationale for severely limiting oversight of these extraordinary powers?"
37   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2023 Feb 7, 8:03am  

Trump didn’t know shit. they were constantly removing people from his inner circle, and replacing cabinet members with cia/fbi hacks who sabotaged the administration from inside.

4th branch will sacrifice america to steal elections, i truly believe they think we are their sheep and they are our masters by the way how they treat us.
38   Patrick   2023 Feb 7, 8:01pm  


Moderna CEO Admits Company Produced Covid Vaccine BEFORE The Pandemic
In 2019 Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel knew that " there is gonna be a pandemic".

Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel Admits Company Produced 100,000 COVID-19 Vaccine Doses In 2019 Before The Pandemic Started. Stéphane Bancel also admitted that in 2019 he knew that “there is gonna be a pandemic".


original link

Moderna strategic alliances: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), and The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
39   Patrick   2023 Feb 7, 9:51pm  


US Department of Defence has been running the “covid vaccine” fraud worldwide

“[Pfizer] did not defraud the government. We delivered the fraud that the government ordered.” Sasha Latypova used these words to describe the basis on which Pfizer has requested the dismissal of a False Claims Act case brought against them for their covid “vaccines.”

The US Department of Defence ordered “demonstrations” from pharmaceutical companies using the same secretive framework they use to order weapons. While telling us they were pharmaceutical products, for legal reasons they described them as emergency use authorised “countermeasures.” No pharmaceutical regulation applies to countermeasures.

“They were claiming that they’re producing pharmaceutical products to the good manufacturing standards when they perfectly well knew, I assure you, they were all aware of this. They perfectly well knew that no pharmaceutical regulations apply to these things, countermeasures … They’re just lying to you that these are pharmaceuticals. They’re actually not,” Latypova explained. ...

Below is a slide from the presentation where the organisational structure of Operation Warp Speed was discussed. “The chief operating officer is the Department of Defence. We were told, ‘oh, they’re just doing logistics’. No, they’re not just doing logistics. They’re running the whole thing,” Latypova said.

As proof of this, Latypova cited the case where Pfizer or the FDA was refusing to release clinical trial data in less than 75 years.

“Who was arguing in court on behalf of Pfizer? Pfizer lawyers were not even in the room. It was the Department of Justice. So why is the US government defending presumably a private commercial interest of a pharmaceutical company?

“[In the slide above] you can see that the pharmaceutical companies are a third level down. They are not in charge, but they’re getting tremendous amounts of money to shut up and follow the orders and do as they’re told. [ ] The whole operation is run by the Department of Defence and the US government. I’m not absolving Pharma … of any responsibility. They are criminals in this cartel, and they’re collaborating, and they’re co-conspirators, and should be prosecuted together.” ...

They spent $47 billion on research and development contracts – $33 billion was spent on “vaccines.” All the contracts are publicly available HERE. All of them say the Department of Defence contracted these companies. And they’re managed through Advanced Technologies International, a long-standing contracts manager for the Department of Defence.

They exempt everyone who participates in this, regardless of where they’re working, as long as they’re following the orders, they’re exempt from liability under the Prep Act clause. That same Prep Act clause states that this is a dual-use civil and military application product. How they exempted themselves internationally is by Pfizer forcing countries to sign predatory contract clauses where the national governments had to lift good manufacturing practice requirements or any drug importation requirements and look the other way. Clauses that if, for example, Swedish citizens get injured and sue Pfizer, then the Swedish government has to indemnify Pfizer and put state assets such as military bases, embassies, and other state assets as collateral. “That’s because it’s the US government who wants that base, not the private commercial manufacturer,” Latypova explained.
40   Patrick   2023 Feb 8, 9:18pm  


Legal structures were created in the European Union echoing the US structures as evidence of the global pre-planned "plandemic" event.
41   Al_Sharpton_for_President   2023 Feb 9, 3:23pm  

So it is entirely possible that the DOD, for numerous reasons, including a ratcheting up of tensions between Russia and China, caused by US policies, wanted to have countermeasures to biowarfare attacks by these, and other powers, like Iran, for example.

Remember the anthrax panic.

So now was the Wuhan coronavirus a biowarfare attack by Chy-Nah, or a dry run to test US responsiveness to a future attack? And were gubberment higher ups including Fraudci, Walensky, Trump, told in no uncertain terms that this is a matter of utmost national security. America will be wiped of the map if we don't execute on the COVID-19 countermeasure, because if we don't, we are inviting another or a real attack.
42   Patrick   2023 Feb 13, 10:32am  


Who Manufactured Your Vaccine?
Robert Kennedy Jr - Pfizer and Moderna don't really own those vaccines. They slap their labels on them, but it was a Pentagon project. ...

The Vigilant Fox

@RobertKennedyJr: The Pentagon and the National Security Agency Ran the Entire Pandemic Response

There were 138 companies that were involved in manufacturing and distributing the vaccine. They’re all military contractors. The Pentagon and the National Security Agency ran the entire pandemic response. Pfizer and Moderna don’t really own those vaccines. They slap their labels on them, but it was a Pentagon project.

He might be right…

The Congressional Research Service confirms Operation Warp Speed involved the Department of Health, Department of Human Services, Department of Defense to “accelerate the development, acquisition, and distribution of COVID-19 medical countermeasures.”

... The official reason they did it this way is to produce enough vaccines to vaccinate the entire population in the least time. It makes more sense when you consider the fact they knew what was in the Wuhan lab well before it was ‘released’. ...

43   Patrick   2023 Feb 17, 3:51pm  


Writes MyCovidBubble’s Newsletter
2 hr ago
In the beginning I thought that maybe the virus was accidentally released. I no longer believe that. Everything was so expertly rolled out and coordinated worldwide, a near impossible feat and a certain impossible feat if trying to pull it off at the last minute. Then there was event 201.

Writes Screaming into the Void
2 hr ago
I'm pretty sure it was bad cat himself who convinced me with the paperwork showing how quickly the OG 'vax' was ready -- yet it took like two years to nail down an Omi variant...
44   Ceffer   2023 Feb 17, 4:23pm  

DOD was also to provide more liability shield for vaccines as 'weapons development'. However, there is the slight detail that if the vaccines were classified as weapons developed under auspices of DOD, why were they deployed against the American people?
45   Patrick   2023 Feb 17, 10:36pm  

That is a great question. Some possible answers:

1. DOD incompetence. Just wanting to try out the toxxine without realizing how dangerous and ineffective it is.
2. Someone actually wants to kill off a lot of the world's population including Americans. Maybe Bill Gates.
3. Pfizer is actually in control of the DOD and did it for the money, not caring that they were killing Americans too.
46   GNL   2023 Feb 18, 2:51am  

No one will ever know the full truth of any part of the plandemic.
47   Al_Sharpton_for_President   2023 Feb 18, 4:03am  

Patrick says

1. DOD incompetence.

See Robert Malone's story regarding the disastrous anthrax vaccine rollout.

48   Patrick   2023 Feb 18, 11:16am  


Available DOD contracts for covid countermeasures. Sorted alphabetically by manufacturer name.


While I believe Trump is responsible for what occurred on his watch, I don’t think he is to blame for the design and development of these biowarfare agents, despite his bombastic claims to the contrary. They had been designed and developed by many parties including DARPA, NIH, other gov agencies, academia and private companies long before he was elected, as pre-planning and practice runs for “the pandemic” had gone on for years.
49   Patrick   2023 Feb 28, 5:35pm  


I agree that pharmas are very bad, corrupt, and are in the criminal cartel that’s committing worldwide murder. The head of the cartel is not the pharma, however, and I believe that a proper investigation and prosecution strategy must take this view. Note that I also do not think that the US DOD is the ultimate head of the operation - they are the executor, the global military enforcement structure. They are the Chief Operating Officer and the CEO is someplace else. The head of the snake is located somewhere towards the global banking area.
51   richwicks   2023 Aug 4, 3:50pm  

Patrick says

I knew it! Janssen was removed from the market, because it was the safest, not most dangerous.
52   Onvacation   2023 Aug 4, 4:37pm  

richwicks says

I knew it! Janssen was removed from the market, because it was the safest, not most dangerous.

But does it cure the cold?
53   Patrick   2023 Aug 16, 9:31pm  


Ask RFK Jr. points out in this interview, every bioweapon is a threat to your own soldiers, so you need a vaccine for your weapon.

Now from this, it follows that Sasha Latypova is probably correct in arguing that the virus AND the toxxine were creations of the DoD because they wanted a mass test of their mRNA technology for quickly creating an antidote both to their own bioweapons and to foreign bioweapons.

So they paid Fauci to create the virus in Wuhan, which Kennedy explains was moved to Wuhan from the US because it's illegal. Fauci got a massive raise to do that work for the DoD. And then Fauci got some vast amount more in "royalties" to push the toxxine on the sheeple.

The DoD doesn't really care if half a million Americans die from the mRNA. It's just a way of working out the kinks in their technology!
55   richwicks   2023 Aug 18, 12:34pm  

Onvacation says

richwicks says

I knew it! Janssen was removed from the market, because it was the safest, not most dangerous.

But does it cure the cold?

No. Nothing does.

It's a respiratory virus. There are NO vaccines currently that work against a respiratory virus. You need to develop mucosal immunity to get immunity from a respiratory virus, and the only way to get that is through an inhaler, not an injection. The best an injection can do is reduce symptoms if you get sick, but I will never take a flu "vaccine".
56   richwicks   2023 Aug 18, 12:36pm  

Patrick says

The DoD doesn't really care if half a million Americans die from the mRNA. It's just a way of working out the kinks in their technology!

Kinks? The vaccine didn't work at all!

They know this for god sakes. There's no vaccine against a respiratory virus of any sort. You can't take an injection for it.
57   Patrick   2023 Aug 18, 12:39pm  

Lol, I know. It was kind of a joke.

But I do think that the DoD was experimenting on the public with all this.
58   Patrick   2023 Aug 18, 12:39pm  

richwicks says

No. Nothing does.

I suspect that ivermectin may cure colds. It would be good if someone tested this.
59   HeadSet   2023 Aug 18, 12:54pm  

Patrick says

I suspect that ivermectin may cure colds.

Yes, ivermectin is effective against RNA virus like flu and covid.

From the National Library of Medicine:

From 2012 onwards, there have multiple reports that ivermectin has antiviral properties [4,5,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17] towards a growing number of RNA viruses, including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-1, influenza, flaviruses such as dengue virus (DENV) and Zika virus (ZIKV) and, most notably, SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) [17]. Evidence for activity against DNA viruses is more limited, but encompasses Pseudorabies, polyoma and adenoviruses [18,19,20]. The basis of ivermectin’s broadspectrum antiviral activity appears to relate to the fact that ivermectin binds to, and inhibits, the nuclear transport role of the host importin α (IMPα) protein [11,18,20], which is known to mediate nuclear import of various viral proteins and key host factors, but other possible antiviral actions of ivermectin have been proposed (e.g., [12]), including in the case of SARS-CoV-2 (e.g., [21,22]). This mini-review will summarise the weight of evidence for ivermectin’s broad-spectrum antiviral activity and the basis of its IMPα-directed activity in light of the possibility that ivermectin could be a critically useful antiviral in the current SARS-CoV-2 crisis [6,17].

60   stereotomy   2023 Aug 18, 6:30pm  

Patrick says

I suspect that ivermectin may cure colds. It would be good if someone tested this.

Ivermectin inhibits viral replication. If you feel like you're coming down with a cold, start taking ivermectin at 0.4 mg/Kg daily. After 2-3 days, all your symptoms will disappear. This doesn't mean that you're cured; rather, ivermectin has kept the virus essentially in stasis, so that your immune system can catch up and do mop up. This means take it for the full 7-10 days over the course of a regular infection.

I have personally experienced the ability of ivermectin to inhibit cold sores. I was already taking it for another viral infection, and then noticed that I had a cluster of tiny scabs on my lip. This would normally have been a major outbreak, but it was completely nipped in the bud. It did take about a week to finally disappear, but this was so much better than a big honking canker.

Just last week, I felt another outbreak, and hit the 'mectin. Sure enough, the outbreak was stopped in its tracks. I continue to be amazed by the versatility and effectiveness of this drug.
61   Patrick   2023 Aug 18, 7:29pm  

Thanks @sterotomy where did you buy it?
62   Bd6r   2023 Aug 18, 8:16pm  

Patrick says

Thanks sterotomy where did you buy it?

You can get it on Amazon for veterinarian purposes, but you must recalculate dosage for your weight. Easy and relatively cheap.
63   mell   2023 Aug 18, 8:25pm  

Any online pharmacy getting their drugs from India or Asia usually has it, quality has been good so far. You need to take it at the onset though or better even before if you know someone in close contact is infected. Many viruses reach their max replication within days.
64   richwicks   2023 Aug 18, 8:34pm  

Patrick says

richwicks says

No. Nothing does.

I suspect that ivermectin may cure colds. It would be good if someone tested this.

I think it might be able to prevent them. The data indicates that Ivermectin prevents replication of a virus. That would mean you can stop the replication and avoid the disease, if you detect it early enough. But once you're sick, you're sick.
65   richwicks   2023 Aug 18, 8:39pm  

Bd6r says

Patrick says

Thanks sterotomy where did you buy it?

You can get it on Amazon for veterinarian purposes, but you must recalculate dosage for your weight. Easy and relatively cheap.

I want to point out that medicine is medicine.

First drugs go through animal trials, and they progress to human trials. There's nearly NO DRUGS available for animals that aren't available for humans, although a FEW exist.

So Ivermectin for horses, fine for you, unless they intentionally adulterate it to be dangerous to humans. Be careful with dosage. Check, double check, take a few hours off, and check again. Ivermectin is a very safe drug, but you still don't want to fuck it up.
66   just_passing_through   2023 Aug 18, 10:02pm  

Bd6r says

You can get it on Amazon for veterinarian purposes, but you must recalculate dosage for your weight. Easy and relatively cheap.

I'm not sure where I found it but there was at least one website that helped people calculate the dosage. I still have half a tube in the refrigerator. Probably time to replace it.
67   ElYorsh   2023 Aug 18, 10:36pm  

Patrick says

Thanks sterotomy where did you buy it?

Drive down to Tijuana and you can get it without a prescription
68   stfu   2023 Aug 19, 3:59am  

Patrick says

Thanks sterotomy where did you buy it?

alldaychemist . com


Takes six to eight weeks but have never had an issue.
69   Patrick   2023 Sep 5, 12:34pm  


A new eye-popping FOIA disclosure was making the rounds this week. The FDA three emails evidenced a perfect storm of government bungling and corruption. The short version is that right while federal jab mandates were lifting off in the fall of 2021, top government officials already knew that the jabs “waned,” meaning they didn’t protect anybody.

But that’s not all. Not even close.

Here’s the first email in the thread. It’s a doozy. It was sent from a Department of Defense contractor to FDA top official Marion Gruber in advance of the September 2021 vaccine committee meeting. Marion Gruber was the Director of the Office of Vaccines Research and Review at the FDA.

First of all, notice the email explained that the Department of Defense hired Humetrix in March 2020 to analyze Medicare claims data related to covid:

This study has been conducted by my company under contract with the DoD JAIC (Joint Artificial Intelligence Center) since March 2020, when we were tasked to analyze Medicare claim data to monitor, map and conduct Covid-19 predictive analytics for the military.

“For the military.” Why was DoD involved right from March 2020? Was covid a military operation or a health emergency? What do they know that they aren’t saying?

"Salus" was the name of a pagan Roman goddess associated with health, well-being, and prosperity. Hopefully someone will follow up and FOIA everything related to “Project Salus.”

And … the JAIC? A DoD joint artificial intelligence center? What is that? How and why did the JAIC get involved in covid from day one? Why haven’t we ever heard of its role in the pandemic? Unanswerable questions.

At least, unanswerable so far. We’re getting there, drop by painful drop.
70   stereotomy   2023 Sep 5, 1:30pm  

Patrick says

Thanks sterotomy where did you buy it?


I've ordered 4 times, none of the shipments were intercepted. Shipping takes a while - over a month. They have a shipment guarantee in case your order is confiscated.

For payment I've done ACH transfer. They have some credit card thing, but it charges some outrageous fee.

FYI - if you initiate an ACH transfer, and things go south, you can request an investigation under Regulation E - basically, send a letter CMRR to the bank, they have 30 days to conclude the investigation or refund your money.

Ivermectin is kind of expensive - $1 per 12mg pill. Hydroxychloroquine and most antibiotics are pretty cheap. I recommend HCQ, which is more effective than quercetin when you're infected. If you tolerate penicillin-based antibiotics, I recommend amoxicillin. Amoxicillin actually kills bacteria, while ivermectin, cephalexin and doxycycline only inhibit viral and bacterial replication. That being said, amoxicillin will have you peeing out of your butt because it will exterminate all your gut bacteria. There's some amoxicillin that has lactobacillus included to mitigate GI issues.

So far, I've taken ivermectin about 6 times in the last 2 years. Every time, my symptoms disappeared after 72 hours. I even take ivermectin when I'm starting to get a cold sore - it shuts it down before it gets too big and ugly.

I appreciate now why ivermectin won the Nobel Prize for its discoverer. It really is the best goddamn fucking medication I've ever used.

I drove down with the family to TX en route through TN. The chain pharmacies didn't have ivermectin, period, despite the law. Fuck them, at least I scored primers and #8 shot.
71   Patrick   2023 Sep 7, 11:58am  


Americans were misled about all Covid-19 “countermeasures,” including those products marketed as “vaccines.” Covid policy was managed by the National Security Council (NSC) acting on war footing and countermeasures were contracted for by the Department of Defense (DoD) and Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) without any effective regulatory oversight at any stage along the process.

The activities passing as “regulatory processes” appear to have been fraudulent attempts to create color of law and avoid liability for what were clearly criminal acts. These multiple overlapping and mutually reinforcing violations of federal law have imposed serious harms on the American people, including severe injury and death.

Fact pattern background:

Under Stafford Act authority, President Trump declared a Public Health Emergency (PHE) on March 13, 2020 (Stafford Act, P.L. 93-288 as amended).

Under a PHE, medical “countermeasures” are not regulated or safeguarded as normal pharmaceutical products (21 USC 360bbb-3(k).[1]

According to Operation Warp Speed / Administration for Strategic Preparedness and Response (ASPR) reports, the United States Department of Defense (DoD) directed, oversaw and managed the development, manufacture and distribution of nearly all Covid countermeasures,[2] largely utilizing DoD’s previously established network of military contractors and consortia.[3]

DoD, the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) contracted for Covid countermeasures, including “vaccines,” as “prototype demonstrations” of “large-scale manufacturing.”[4]

These agencies avoided nearly all relevant legal and transparency requirements by using Other Transaction Authority (OTA) contracts.[5]

Although the DoD/BARDA contracts refer to “safety and efficacy requirements” and mention cGMP compliance, these items are explicitly carved out as not being paid for or ordered by the U.S. Government.

The contracts for countermeasures include a liability shield for manufacturers and contractors along the supply and distribution chains, under the PREP Act.

As prototypes under Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) during a PHE, Covid countermeasures need not comply with laws governing clinical trials, manufacturing quality, safety or labeling (21 USC 360bbb-3(k)). The result: we have a chaotic mess of everything from sham injections that may be mostly just saline all the way to extremely dangerous/deadly shots, all of which are being distributed under the same product brands and labels.[6]

The underlying FDA authorizations and approvals under EUA statutory authority and Investigational New Drug regulatory frameworks all violated drug safety laws governing clinical trials, product labeling, product serialization, importation, product distribution, product quality control testing, dispensing and other parts of the national drug supply oversight system.[7]

The implications of the above can not be overstated. Senior Executive Service officials within the U.S. Government authorized and funded the deployment of noncompliant biological materials on Americans and others without clarifying their “prototype” and “large scale demonstration” legal status, making the materials not subject to normal regulatory oversight, all while knowingly and willfully maintaining a fraudulent pseudo-“regulatory” presentation to the public.

These materials have harmed and killed and continue to harm and kill Americans and other people around the world. ...
73   Patrick   2023 Sep 18, 1:33pm  


Update on CHD Lawsuit Challenging Government's License to Kill (PREP Act)

Or, why you should not expect Donald Trump speaking the truth about hospital murders or vax death/injury any time soon...

First, let me answer the burning question about Trump - no, it’s not because he is not a scientist and Fauci and Birx lied to him.

It’s the PREP Act, silly! In order to maintain his immunity from liability, he must push the genocidal HHS narrative (a “covered countermeasure”), or else he is not a “covered person” and then can be prosecuted for real crimes, not the fake made-up ones he is currently indicted for and fundraises from. Note that not a single hard-hitting investigative journalist (I mean real ones like Carlson and Beck) are even allowed to ask him pointed questions, because otherwise they would not be allowed “access” to Trump’s campaign. Which Tucker Carlson acknowledged and explained as a standard operating procedure in media. ...

Readers in other countries can look up similar relevant law, search for keywords “countermeasures”, “public health emergency” and “pandemic preparedness”. This is especially relevant for NATO allied regions.

The only case currently challenging the constitutionality of PREP Act is this one - Watts v DOD:

... Counsel for the Estate of George Watts, Jr., filed an opposition to the Department of Defense's Motion to Dismiss for failure to state a claim based primarily on the Rex non potest peccare defense. (the king can do no wrong- that eventually became doctrine of sovereign immunity in this country.)

However sovereign immunity is not written into the U.S. Constitution. The Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program's 4 payments of approximately $2,200 each for death or serious bodily injury combined with the PREP Act's foreclosing all remedies, makes sovereign immunity the unconstitutional icing on the cake and the black letter of the PREP Act allows for severing an unconstitutional provision. ... The DOD argued in its motion to dismiss that the department cannot be sued in this case because it has “sovereign immunity,” which is a legal doctrine asserting the state cannot commit legal wrongdoing and therefore cannot be sued without its consent.

The DOD also argued that even if the state did not have sovereign immunity, the complaint’s allegations were not sufficient to claim the DOD engaged in “willful misconduct” when it made public statements about the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine. ...

PREP Act is a governments’ license to kill, and it must be repealed. Yet, not a single Congress person speaks about it. I don’t know when/if material progress toward this goal will be made. In the meantime, we must educate everyone around us about this atrocity. The problem is that most people, even those who are now awake to the vaccine and hospital murders still think that “if fraud can be proven” than the perps can be prosecuted. The fraud has not only been definitively proven, it hasn’t been really hidden to begin with! Vast majority of the fraud was visible from the start, I and hundreds of others have published clear evidence of fraud from publicly available documents.

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