Biden has Staged the Most Direct Attack on the First Amendment in US History
"The easy path is to just avoid mixing it up with large corporations and NGO - particularly when the prospect of future political donations are factored in. It takes an Attorney General with considerable courage and commitment to avoid the easy road."
I started my efforts in presenting evidence as to the harms of the shots with trying to get a meeting with our Ohio Attorney General David Yost. I've sent him letters via email and US mail to which I haven't even received an acknowledgement let alone a response. And your statement above is why. He's a coward. Oh how I despise cowards.
I am making a correction on behalf of Missouri. It was AG Eric Schmitt, not Bailey. Although Schmitt was endeavoring at the time to become the Senator replacement for Roy Blunt, who failed to serve during his term, he found the time and made the effort against the Biden Admin with more than just this case. He also filed, as did Landry, a case against HHS's mandate that all health care workers must be vaccinated. I am happy to say Schmitt won the GOP primary against many others and then the election. Since January this year he joined Josh Hawley as a Missouri Senator.
Thank you for being a part of the beginnings of this lawsuit. Your contribution helped make a solid case.
I wanted to try to reframe my anger from the great Dr.Malone subscribers that is inside me as I watch these 100% non producing tyrants, that 100% believe themselves above the law. All of these participants should be put in handcuffs and leg irons and forcefully be put into musty jail cells with no charges for 2-3 years. Not unlike the treatment Joe Biden and his administration has inflicted on the January 6th political prisoners. Amazingly these Nazi want to be’s, like characters out of Joseph Goebbels Ministry of Enlightenment, (minister of propaganda), are using the Nazi playbook to a tea, while accusing all of their political opponents of doing the very disgusting anti American deeds that they themselves do. I know that you could take tens of thousands of Biden voters, show them the inhumane treatment of Biden’s political prisoners, and they would still say anyone but Trump (as Bezmenov said in the famous interview). I still hold out hope that while the ink is still drying on Hunters sweetheart conviction and probation deal, and a big bag of his cocaine stash was found in the west wing of the Whitehouse, maybe some brainwashed Biden supporters will finally see the horrendous state this corrupt taker has put our country in. It should be really interesting to see how Merrick Garland and his corrupt justice department sweeps this one under the white trash rug in the Whitehouse.
See how I reframed, that wasn’t to to bad.
I cannot wait for the names of the senior managers of this censorial juggernaut to finally become public and these thugs to become pariahs in their own surroundings. Everyone of these murderous liars should be infamous in every quarter of every society. For all time.
Like Vidkun Quisling, who cooperated with Nazi invaders in Denmark, the term Quisling indicates someone who betrays his own people to that of a tyranny.
So, to commit a "Wallensky" would indicate someone who consigns ones own people to death and horrific poison induced disease.
To be a "Faucci" is to think of oneself as God, to be puffed up, to excessively compensate for moral lacking.
To be a hunter, is to catch your own food. To be a 'Hunter' is to be a pedophile drug addict.
And so on.
FYI -- Renown US lawyer, Robert Barnes, reads and comments Declaration of Independence:
PS: Administrative ( == “Deep”) State ( == unelected bureaucracy) consider itself independent and superior to laws and US Constitution
I am all thrilled by the many court victories, yet the powers-that-be don't seem to be alarmed at all, since they don't obey any court orders. Millions are being spent in lawsuits, lawsuits are being won... yet nothing changes. Some people believe they are above the law. How do we change that?
Thanks for continuing to fight the good fight.
Thanks so much, Dr Malone, for this interesting background on the Missouri-Louisiana lawsuit including your own role in its early stages. Let us hope that it takes us far in the direction you so eloquently describe in your conclusion, that it may bring remorse to the villains whose actions have so grievously injured so many citizens and our country itself, and that it may strike a serious blow against the goals of the sociopathic globalists. Honestly, have you seen online the photos of the luxury quarters WEF members and supporters plan to occupy after they have destroyed everyone else in the world? Unreal.
As with all litigation I’m afraid it’s going to take a while and there will be endless legal twists and turns. Yogi Berra and all that. Grateful for the courage of these AGs and their diligent and persevering staff, and to you for bringing facts forward and the encouraging words. I share your view of the importance of this lawsuit.
You can bet your bottom dollar that the present regime has been designing workarounds and public Justice shaming (which is an outrage and dangerous) for all SCOTUS decisions that might go against them. Student loans, Dobbs, Missouri vs Biden, affirmative action, and so on. After all, we are apparently in a post-constitutional era in which the regime enacts or supports clearly unconstitutional actions or rules, etc., and hopes to get these past SCOTUS. Thank goodness for President Trump's vital appointments to the courts at all levels, even if they aren't always correct in their decisions. I count the days left to the moment when we are hopefully unshackled from this vile tyranny. To have the desiccated husk in a second term or the present vacuous VP installed would be the final nail.
A glimmer of hope-blessings to all the brave!
First, outstanding article, as always, Dr. Malone - thank you!
Second, great call on your part to advocate for using the better-documented case of Professor Jay Battacharya. I imagine it would have been highly rewarding to have been on this suit yourself, but your suggestion to do otherwise was altruistic and obviously successful.
Third, I am thrilled by this ruling. It's long overdue and I am so grateful to all who pursued this cause and this case. I hope it is just the beginning of numerous cases like this.
Fourth, I cannot help but feel that the social media companies are escaping culpability here. They may have experienced persuasion by the govt entities to stifle conservative speech, but they seemed to revel in their power to do this. They have an established history of supporting those officials and leaders who advocated censorship. I believe they should also be sued accordingly.
Last, criminal charges need to stem from this, because countless lives were lost from the censoring of suggestions to use highly effect early therapeutics like Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine, with long track records of safety and efficacy . Still more lives were lost because of the censoring of valid concerns and questioning about the departure from scientific practices and the utter lack of data, completed clinical trials, and follow-up study of the "vaccines".
This ruling is a good start, but we have a long way to go to regain justice and accountability for the many crimes against humanity committed against the populations of the world.
"To learn the truth, learn to circumvent censorship." - Ned B.
Dr. Malone... And now for the coup de grâce. Consider how the Privacy Act forbids government from maintaining records on how individuals exercise 1A rights:
5 U.S.C. § 552a (e)(7)
(e) Each agency that maintains a system of records shall—
(7) maintain no record describing how any individual exercises rights guaranteed by the First Amendment unless expressly authorized by statute or by the individual about whom the record is maintained or unless pertinent to and within the scope of an authorized law enforcement activity;
And that the Privacy Act includes a private right of action:
(g) (1) Civil remedies: Whenever any agency
(D) fails to comply with any other provision of this section, or any rule promulgated thereunder, in such a way as to have an adverse effect on an individual, the individual may bring a civil action against the agency, and the district courts of the United States shall have jurisdiction in the matters under the provisions of this subsection.
And when the action is determined to be willful...
(4) In any suit brought under the provisions of subsection (g)(1)(C) or (D) of this section in which the court determines that the agency acted in a manner which was intentional or willful, the United States shall be liable to the individual in an amount equal to the sum of—
(A) actual damages sustained by the individual as a result of the refusal or failure, but in no case shall a person entitled to recovery receive less than the sum of $1,000; and
(B) the costs of the action together with reasonable attorney fees as determined by the court.
The injunction today speaks to the constitutional questions... We can put a bow on this by vindicating our privacy rights under 5 U.S.C. § 552a
It speaks volumes that fighting a pernicious, government-led campaign of censorship and propaganda is labeled a "Republican issue." Are our friends in the Democrat Party aligning themselves with Stalinist tactics of curated news and government authorized speech? We always joked that the NY Times was "Pravda West." Now we see that the joke was on us. Thankfully some Republicans (where's Congress) are brave and resourceful enough to fight this lunacy. But it surely exposes as wanton hypocrites Democrats who claim they're patriotic advocates of the First Amendment.
One brick at a time!!!