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Resolved, that the several states composing the United States of America, are not united on the principle of unlimited submission to their General Government. ~ Thomas Jefferson, Kentucky Resolution
Republicans who maintain robust power in numerous red states need to commence 2022 with a simple New Year’s resolution: that they will actually fight back against federal fascism on all fronts and interpose themselves between the Washington tyrants and the liberties of their citizens. With nearly every legislature getting into session in the coming days, now is the time for the people’s voices to be heard.
If 2020-2021 was the Great Reset for the global elites, 2022 must be the Great Restoration for the ordinary citizens to launch a counterattack against the assault on our way of life. The counterattack begins in the state legislatures. What follows is a non-exclusive list of must-pass items if we are to remain a free and healthy society unshackled by the bio-medical state created in March 2020.
1) The Fight for Treatment of Our Sick
There is no greater liberty than the right to life. With gain-of-function bioweapons unleashed upon us, we should have the right to access, and doctors should have the right to provide, science-based treatment. The war on treatment of COVID has exposed the broken and corrupt government-corporate monopoly over medicine. In order to take back the personal right to remain alive and healthy, we need a bill that will accomplish the following:
a) Doctors must not be penalized with medical licensure threats because they share documented medical information or their own professional experience and observations concerning this or other viruses, treatments, or ailments. Those who speak up against public officials, if done in the public interest, may not suffer undue retaliation in the form of loss of board certification, licensure, or loss of privileges.
b) Doctors must also not be penalized for prescribing any off-label (but FDA-approved) drug that is clinically indicated to treat patients so long as they, unlike the vaccine cult, provide their patients with informed consent.
c) All medical licensing board officials should be subject to removal by the legislature.
d) All pharmacists must fill FDA-approved prescriptions for medications for off-label use so long as they are prescribed by a licensed practitioner. Failure to fill a prescription, absent a conscience objection, would result in a $100,000 fine or revocation of license.
e) All insurance companies operating in the state must cover any prescription written to treat viruses and cannot discriminate. If they can pay $3,000 for the failed and dangerous remdesivir, they can certainly pay for cheap, proven, and safe repurposed drugs.
f) Every state should set up a treatment page similar to what Florida did and encourage, rather than discourage, doctors to prescribe early and often.
g) All hospitalized patients must be allowed always to have one surrogate present in the hospital.
h) All hospitalized patients must be allowed to access FDA-approved drugs off-label prescribed by a doctor at their own expense if they agree to assume liability, along with the right to refuse any hospital-prescribed treatment. A cause of action must be granted to patients to sue hospitals who violate the right-to-try law. All hospitals must be barred from “medical kidnapping,” whereby they prevent a patient from being released or transferred.
i) No patient can be denied an organ transplant on account of injection status.
2) The Fight for Control Over Our Bodies
a) A complete ban on the ability of any private or public-sector official to force an individual to wear a mask or get a shot. We must apply anti-discrimination law, ADA, and OSHA workplace standards evenly. The slate is not clean when it comes to such egregious human rights violations of “the private sector,” and we must not shy away from enforcing against the most inhumane breaches of existing laws and standards.
b) As it relates to public-sector mandates, there must be an effort to place constitutional amendments on the midterm ballots, where feasible, to codify bodily integrity rights into the state constitutions.
c) Prescribe prison time for any local official who forcibly masks children.
d) A ban on all discrimination by insurance companies in terms of coverage for those without the shot; a ban on all discrimination for goods and services in the realm of public accommodation; and a ban on all discrimination or punitive actions taken against any health care provider or patient for opting not to get the shots.
e) Institute a cause of action for citizens to take legal action against those who violate the ban and for anyone injured as a result of getting the shot due to intimidation in the workplace.
3) The Fight to Protect the National Guard
a) The state should assume full control of its National Guard and ensure that the guardsmen are not subject to the same mandate as the entirely federal military.
b) States should create their own non-federalized militias as landing places for soldiers residing within the state from the other branches of the military who are now out of a job.
4) The Fight for Medical Privacy
a) Nobody’s vaccination status should be recorded without the affirmative consent of the patient.
b) A provision requiring schools to accept religious exemptions for all other vaccine mandates.
c) A ban on contact tracing or the forced quarantine of any individual who has not been infected with an actual disease that A) has been proven deadly and B) has not already proliferated through large portions of the population.
d) A categorical ban on the authority of any state or county official, including the governor, to issue a stay-at-home order or to shut down businesses carte blanche under the guise of public health.
5) The Fight for Transparency
a) Each state should form a temporary COVID committee to hold hearings and audits of all the current actions taken by the federal and respective state governments predicated on a purported scientific premise regarding the virus, the vaccines, or treatment. Based on the findings, any policy found to be out of sync with evidence of safety and efficacy must be terminated and defunded.
b) State legislative health care committees must conduct full investigations of the treatment of patients in hospitals. The scope of investigation should include an audit and analysis of the therapeutics used, the therapeutics rejected, the deviation from standard and established care for patients in respiratory distress, and any allegations of mistreatment or discriminatory actions taken by hospital staff.
c) Every state should pay for a full audit of every individual who died within the 30-day investigative window of taking the shot.
d) Every state should establish its own vaccine adverse event database and encourage, rather than discourage, doctors to use it.
e) All funding currently used for marketing the shots should be redirected toward funding and marketing proven treatments the committee will study.
6) The Fight for State Sovereignty
a) Every state should pass a law that enables the state legislature, through concurrent resolution, to declare any act of any of the three federal branches unconstitutional, thereby having the effect of criminalizing its enforcement within the state’s boundaries.
b) Legislatures, in accordance with the process to change state constitutions, must make it easier to get back into session immediately to deal with federal usurpations, so the people don’t have to wait 6-12 months for them to get back into session in do the people’s business.
Make sure there is someone in your state’s legislature championing each one of these items. If not now, then when; if not us, then whom? More than ever, we must remember the admonishment of John Adams in the pre-revolutionary times:
Let us contemplate our forefathers, and posterity, and resolve to maintain the rights bequeathed to us from the former, for the sake of the latter. The necessity of the times, more than ever, calls for our utmost circumspection, deliberation, fortitude and perseverance. Let us remember that “if we suffer tamely a lawless attack upon our liberty, we encourage it, and involve others in our doom.” It is a very serious consideration … that millions yet unborn may be the miserable sharers of the event.