I will be short & sweet today, folks, because I’m still trying to finish writing that new short story and turn it in.
Some more great news for Ohio. The House part of the General Assembly has its own bill — House Bill 90 — that seeks to implement legislative oversight of pandemic-related orders given by our Gov. DeWine.
Apparently Y** T* b* banned testimony given about that bill because it’s giving “false information” about the fake p an d e mic:
Thomas Renz, an attorney with the citizens’ group Ohio Stands Up!, spoke to the Ohio House State and Local Government Committee in support of the GOP-backed House Bill 90…
Renz testified over the course of about 36 minutes that he opposed the harsh orders imposed by DeWine, a Republican, and health officials amid the C* VID ^^ 19 pan de mic. Renz noted that officials initially thought the fatality rate from the C*P virus would be much higher than the flu, but it turned out to be close to the influenza fatality rate.
He also alleged that no one under the age of 19 has died from C* VID ^^ 19 in the state… — state officials say 11 children under 19 have died from the disease.
[…] Ohio Stands Up! said in a statement that Renz had “publicly disclosed some critical evidence Ohio Stands Up! is using as part of its federal lawsuits against the Ohio Governor and against the CDC and HHS, and he publicly asked some very important questions; questions that no other attorney, elected official, or mainstream media outlet in the country has had the courage to ask.”
Well. Yay! And this is in addition to the Ohio Senate Bill 22, that I posted about here the other day. So we are on our way, gang.
Also, in a somewhat related article — a nonprofit is suing the c d c for its misinformation about vaccines not causing autism. It is time we made some headway in that atrocity, too, gang.
Nonprofit to File Lawsuit Against CDC Over Statement That Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism
Del Bigtree, founder of the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) said his organization will file a lawsuit against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to request the federal agency take down its statement that claims vaccines do not cause autism from its webpage on autism and vaccines.
“There is no science to back up the statement as far as what the CDC’s provided to say that vaccines, plural, do not cause autism,” Bigtree told The Epoch Times. “This is a false statement.”
“We will bring a case against the CDC to remove that from the website because it is actually inaccurate,” he added.
And visit this link for two very damning videos about b * l l & m e l * nda g * t es and their (dangerous) v a cc c ines.
Okay. There was a conference and a J u an O S a v * n movie premiere in Las Vegas over the weekend that had most of my favorite podcasters in attendance. So I only have 3 videos to share with you this morning, gang.
Meanwhile, I really gotta scoot! Have a great Monday, wherever you are in the world!! Thanks for visiting, gang. I love you guys. See ya!!
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