Also PDF compilations, and thank you to readers for helping Bailiwick get to 5,000 free subscribers.
Important info from Maria Zeee.. She has Todd Callender on, a lawyer and advocate in the US, who is leading the fight here against medical tyrrany.
He explains that 47 states have legislation pending to use public health as a legal weapon to suspend our rights and to make it Permanent. Public health is moving under Department of Defense. The NDAA of 2021 and 2022 explicitly say Use of Force is authorized - this is medical military martial law. 3 states already have it enacted - Florida, Washington, & Alaska.
Called "Turning Point Model Health Act" - seeks to make emergency health powers permanent and eliminate your constitutional rights.
There is info and links on video page, including to a symposium happening tomorrow, Oct 6, to get involved in fighting this.
All the thanks should go to you, Katherine. Your work is absolutely incredible and of incalculable value to all of us. And the PDF formats are fantastic. A million thanks!!!!!
🙀kitty head spinning… wondering if there is any state AG with courage to stick their neck out to pursue the unconstitutional PREP Act or 1986 Law… Big Pharma must have reviewed, gamed, provided for this scenario
Katherine, congratulations on a passing a new subscription milestone! As one of the 71 paid subscribers, what you are doing here is among the most valuable and insightful work being done on laying groundwork for someone, somewhere to do something using the legal system which may be the only way out of this. (Occasional wins recently make one vaguely hopeful.)
You are underappreciated and undervalued. Just wanted you to know that many of us are in awe of what you manage to uncover and expose so lucidly. Many, many thanks.
Just sent a link to the Republican candidate for Attorney General, Jay McMahon, in MA.
MA is a deeply corrupt blue state, with a RINO Governor and radical left elected officials. Even in my small town, the selectboard seem captured by the radical group-think rooted in a socialist mindset.
I worry about our local FIre/EMS/Police, the majority of whom have been double jabbed and boostered at least once. The select board tried to mandate the jabs for our Police and enough citizens got involved to stop the mandate.
Thank you, Bailiwick News, for the info you’ve been providing!
Your comprehensive lists of the illegitimate laws allowing medical experimentation on citizens without informed consent are really well researched.
I, and I'm sure many others, really appreciate your work.
Have you heard of or seen any prosecutors or attorneys general who are willing to take this on? As you know, there is tremendous, life-threatening danger in going up against these people. There is nothing, absolutely nothing, that they will not do to protect themselves and their empires.
Hi Katherine. Very informative piece and some excellent digging to uncover these facts/bombs that have been hidden in our system. My question is why can an individual citizen not sue the state/fed government over these issues? Waiting for an elected AG to do something seems a waste of time as the clock keeps ticking. In the Constitution it states that We the People can sue for redress of grievances from the government. Does this mean that We the People can also pursue individual or class action lawsuits against these draconian laws?
OMG! 2 years of this
Thank you for reporting this
Thank you, Katherine. Very concerning. If you have time, could you confirm if my understanding of this is correct?:
1. The 1994 Public Health Service Act is the Act that reorganized and consolidated the pre-existing "public health" laws in the U.S. Amendments to acts such as this are called "Titles,", yes? For example, I read that the NIH Health Reform Act of 2006 amended Title IV of the Public Health Service Act.
2. If I'm correct so far, then Title 42, part of the Public Health Service Act of 1944 aimed to prevent the spread of communicable diseases in the country, amended the 1944 Act.
2.a. In 2005, did the PREP Act amend the 1944 Public Health Service Act under Title 42?
3. The 42 U.S.C. subsection you cited, 247d-6d, was that passed under PREP in 2005 or later -- in 2012? If later, how do any statute limitations come into play?
4. Lastly, I've read that Executive Branch authority under 42 USC § 265 had an expiration date attached to it. So, subsections of various titles that amend public law can have expiration dates? That seems lawful to me, but how would it be possible for a law or any of its titles to have an expiration date in terms of contesting its lawfulness? That by itself strikes me an unconstitutional in and of itself.
Wordy, I know, Katherine, but trying to wrap my head around this. I want to get in touch with my AG (for the third time) on this topic you've given us today. I want to sound at least halfway like I know what I'm talking about! :)