On the federal government’s plan to use force against American civilians.
Comment on a post by Attorney Tom Renz.
Last updated June 11, 2022
Attorney Thomas Renz wrote, in Biden, Obama, Clinton & The WHO, Treason and Sedition:
“A lot of people want to know why Biden, Clinton, Obama, etc. have not been credibly charged with treason, sedition, etc. The reason is that the law requires that the conspiracy or action include the use of, or plan to use force.”
They do have a plan to use force. It’s hidden in the public health statutory and regulatory frameworks and developed alongside the merger of the public health system (HHS/CDC) with the military and law enforcement system (DOD, DOJ, DHS).
Five Six of the main pillars:
42 USC 264 (2002) - Authorizes HHS to apprehend and detain civilians on communicable disease pretexts for diseases listed on Presidential executive orders; directs HHS to set up regulations and procedures.
42 CFR 70.6 (2017) - Implementing procedures for HHS-directed apprehension and indefinite detention of civilians for communicable diseases on list authorized by president via Executive Order.
Executive Order 13674 (2014) - Authorizes HHS exercise of civilian apprehension and indefinite detention power, on basis of suspected asymptomatic SARS-like respiratory illness.
10 USC 881 (2012 NDAA) - Authorizes President to order military arrest and detention of US civilians under global war on terror 2001 AUMF.
10 USC 382 (2016 NDAA) - Authorizes DOD to suspend Posse Comitatus Act at the direction of DOJ in response to biological threats identified by HHS (DHS Biological Incident Annex to the Response and Recovery Federal Interagency Operational Plans at p. 70)
42 CFR 73.3 amendment (11/17/2021) - HHS Interim Final Rule amending regulation on Possession, Use, and Transfer of Select Agents and Toxin, to add “SARS–CoV/SARS–CoV–2 Chimeric Viruses Resulting From Any Deliberate Manipulation of SARS–CoV–2 To Incorporate Nucleic Acids Coding for SARS–CoV Virulence Factors” to the list of “select agents and toxins [that] “have the potential to pose a severe threat to public health and safety.”