Stickman said in his opinion that COVID-19 orders from Wolf and Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Rachel Levine violated and continue to violate the First Amendment right to freedom of assembly and the due process and equal protection clauses of the 14th Amendment.
"In an emergency, even a vigilant public may let down its guard over its constitutional liberties only to find that liberties, once relinquished, are hard to recoup and the restrictions … may persist long after immediate danger has passed."
Prime Minister & CMO of Canada Sued For Extreme & Unnecessary COVID-19 Measures – Collective Evolution
Renowned Canadian constitutional lawyer, Rocco Galati, has filed a claim with the Superior court of justice in Canada on behalf of his client and 7 other plaintiffs.
To get to the astronomical number of cases allegedly spread because of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, the researchers analyzed "anonymized cellphone data to track the smartphone pings from non-residents and movement of those before and after the event," notes Newsweek. "The study then linked those who attended and traveled back to their home states, and compared changes in coronavirus trends after the rally's conclusion."
Essentially, the researchers assumed that new spikes in cases in areas where people went post-rally must have been caused by those rally attendees, despite there being no particular evidence that this was the case. The paper, which has not been peer-reviewed, failed to account for simultaneous happenings—like schools in South Dakota reopening, among other things—that could have contributed to coronavirus spread in some of the studied areas.
The researchers also assumed a $46,000 price tag for each person infected to calculate the $12.2 billion public health cost of the event—but this figure would only make sense if every person had a severe case requiring hospitalization.
The results of the IZA paper "do not align with what we know," South Dakota epidemiologist Joshua Clayton said at a Tuesday news briefing.
The IZA paper "isn't science; it's fiction," Gov. Kristi Noem (R) said.
It's also good election-time propaganda, apparently. Despite the dubious nature of the IZA study, a range of Democratic consultants and cheerleaders have been using it to condemn President Donald Trump.
The standard testing for CoVID-19 utilizes a technology that its discoverer warned should never be used for diagnosis. This technique, known as PCR, has led to massively inaccurate and misleading conclusions. Public health authorities currently are basing societal mitigation policies and recommendations almost exclusively upon this technology by tracking putative numbers of "cases" instead of deaths and hospitalizations, and the result is an unprecedented negative impact upon society that is futile and unnecessary. It is futile in the naïve assumption that SARS CoV-2 can be contained in the population and unnecessary since deaths and hospitalizations and attendant consequences therefrom are back to pre-pandemic levels. It is imperative that tracking data upon which ongoing mitigation practices rest revert back to accurate figures for deaths and hospitalizations from CoVID-19.
Ethical Skeptic: Despite 741,000 tests today we slipped to 30,600 positives, of which likely 61% are false positives
Despite 741,000 tests today we slipped to 30,600 positives, of which likely 61% are false positives.
That would make 12,000 actual new Covid cases yesterday, well below the flu off-season rate of 25,000-30,000 cases per day.
COVID Numbers Inflated 600% Due to False Positives among University Athletes: Report - Activist Post
American schools – pre-K on up – are taking extreme measures to test, monitor, and contact trace students and staff for COVID-19. This includes:
1. Requiring students and staff to wear Bluetooth enabled armbands to monitor temperatures.
2. Requiring college students to install contact tracing apps on their devices.
3. Paying scientists to collecting and analyzing human waste from college dorms.
4. Installing technology to scan students for symptoms as well as alert them when they aren’t social distancing.
In addition to these methods being invasive and sometimes detrimental to health, results aren’t always accurate. This now includes at the University at Arizona.
A group of students called "Concerned Cornell Students Coalition" have started a Change.org petition campaign to 'rescind acceptance' of' first-year student Jessica Zhang for partying with her friends while not complying with the University's COVID-19 social distancing and mask guidelines.
The Jewish Supremacists push diversity for the goyim, but there's never any mention of the extreme imbalance across our society in Finance, Media, Hollywood, Medicine, Law, Publishing, etc. Strange how Identity politics is supposedly centered on balancing racial, ethnic imbalances ... except when it comes to imbalances involving a certain privileged class. Then its called an "Antisemitic Canard".