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The other side of the Judy Mikovits story

The other side of the Judy Mikovits story

When the documentary Plandemic came out a few months ago, I didn’t think much about it. A doctor client of mine saw it and told me that he had no reason to believe it wasn’t true and accurate. I said nothing. In my work for medical mavericks, I have been involved in a number of documentaries (I even have an IMDB co-starring credit in a very popular one), so I have a good sense of what I’ll call advocacy documentaries…

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Bobby Kennedy’s Intro to “Plague of Corruption” is even more important now, after the attacks on the Frontline Doctors and the Firing of Board Certified Physician Dr. Simone Gold

Bobby Kennedy’s Intro to “Plague of Corruption” is even more important now, after the attacks on the Frontline Doctors and the Firing of Board Certified Physician Dr. Simone Gold

In the future, when they write about how and why the current pharma controlled and corrupted medical paradigm was replaced, I think they will point to the Frontline Doctor’s July 27th press conference, the resulting dismissal of board-certified physician Dr. Simone Gold from her job, and the world-wide public outcry relating to the suppression of information about Hydroxychloroquine by the social media monopolies as the fulcrum point. We are seeing in real-time the dysfunction and failures of the public health…

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The FDA’s California stem cell case has a new trial date, sort of

The FDA’s California stem cell case has a new trial date, sort of

When last I reported on the FDA’s injunction action against the California stem cell treatment operation, the judge had adjourned the July trial date because of the recent alarming uptick in COVID-19 cases in the area. The court ordered the parties to confer and come up with a new proposed date in November or thereafter. The defense’s response to the order was unusual. It attempted to seek an earlier remote video trial. The judge was not prepared to do that…

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Can My Employer Make Me Wear a Mask at Work, and What if I have a Medical Condition Which Makes Wearing a Mask Dangerous to Me?

Can My Employer Make Me Wear a Mask at Work, and What if I have a Medical Condition Which Makes Wearing a Mask Dangerous to Me?

This is a popular question these days, so let me lay out the law as I understand it. Actually, the basic law is pretty straightforward. Mostly what I will do is quote from the federal government’s EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) web site which deals with employment discrimination issues. And yes, the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) does come into play in the analysis. Here is the URL for the EEOC document I am quoting from: https://www.eeoc.gov/laws/guidance/pandemic-preparedness-workplace-and-americans-disabilities-act. It contains much…

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Digging into the Moderna Vaccine Clinical Trials Protocols and Results

Digging into the Moderna Vaccine Clinical Trials Protocols and Results

Moderna has just announced that its RNA based vaccine is starting a phase 3 clinical trial with 30,000 subjects, so I thought it might be useful to take a look at the publicly available information about the trial, and how they got there. Let’s go logically and chronologically and start with the phase 1 safety study. The Phase 1 study A phase 1 study is a safety study. They usually have relatively few subjects, and different doses are given because…

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The Kennedy-Dershowitz Debate: Must See TV!

The Kennedy-Dershowitz Debate: Must See TV!

A few days ago, the Bobby Kennedy/Alan Dershowitz debate was released. As a lawyer involved in the vaccine issue, it was very heartening to see such a high quality debate on the subject. It was very enjoyable to watch these two extremely smart, deep thinkers talk about these issues with open mindedness, clarity and mutual respect for each other, and for the opinions of the other with which they did not agree. I can’t personally recall anything like this ever…

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The Texas GOP’s Right to Have a Live, In-Person Convention in Houston; It’s a real head-scratcher.

The Texas GOP’s Right to Have a Live, In-Person Convention in Houston; It’s a real head-scratcher.

At the beginning of last week, a prominent Houston physician and highly influential Republican big-wig, Steven Hotze, filed an amended complaint and a request for emergency complaint against Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner to overturn the Mayor’s decision stopping the GOP’s state convention from taking place live in the convention center. The basis of the lawsuit was that the Mayor violated the free speech and assembly rights of the GOP conventioneers. Initially, the rub was that the state GOP had elected…

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Stem Cell Breaking News: Cali Stem Cell Trial Adjourned until Sometime After November

Stem Cell Breaking News: Cali Stem Cell Trial Adjourned until Sometime After November

Yesterday, California federal district court judge Jesus G. Bernal on his own adjourned the the FDA’s trial against Cell Surgical Network (“CSN”) and their owners Mark Berman and Elliot Lander. The parties were ordered to meet and confer about a new trial date to take place after November, 2020. The trial had been scheduled to commence on July 28th. Because of my deep interest in the case, I have been checking the Riverside Ca. Covid-19 numbers and once the numbers…

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BREAKING NEWS: NY Federal Court Enjoins NYC and State from enforcing unequal religious indoor gatherings and all outdoor gathering laws!

BREAKING NEWS: NY Federal Court Enjoins NYC and State from enforcing unequal religious indoor gatherings and all outdoor gathering laws!

This morning, Albany federal district judge Gary I. Sharpe issued a preliminary injunction against New York City and New York State from enforcing restrictions specific to religious gatherings, both indoors and outdoors. For indoor gatherings, the judge basically held that the defendants could only enforce restrictions imposed for Phase 2 businesses. (“Phase 2 allows a wide range of businesses to reopen, including most office-based businesses, administrative services, commercial building management, real estate services, and repair and cleaning services.” (from https://www.natlawreview.com/article/new-york-state-releases-reopening-guidance-phase-2-businesses)…

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HOW IT’S DONE

HOW IT’S DONE

Yesterday, I did a post about possible legal and other challenges if there is a mask requirement for students when school reopens. My bottom line was that I didn’t think a legal challenge would be successful, and advised activism as the way to influence the decision-making process by county or state officials. I do not think it is realistic to try to force young children to wear a mask for the whole school day. (For what it’s worth, I think…

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