Posted by Roger Mallett Posted on 16 January 2023

What To Ask A Covid Task Force Member Under Oath

Many features of the Covid response catastrophe remain shrouded in mystery:

Who actually designed the US government’s Covid response policy?

We know from official government documents (see below) that it was the National Security Council (NSC), NOT the public health agencies. But who exactly on the NSC was in charge? Who wrote the policy?

What was the US government’s official Covid response policy?

Again, we know it was devised by someone or a group of someones on the NSC, but where is the policy document and what does it say?

Why the secrecy?

On March 11, 2020 Reuters reported that “The White House has ordered federal health officials to treat top-level coronavirus meetings as classified.” Reuters sources said “the National Security Council (NSC), which advises the president on security issues, ordered the classification.”

Furthermore, government officials said “dozens of classified discussions about such topics as the scope of infections, quarantines and travel restrictions have been held since mid-January” and they were held “in a secure area called a ‘Sensitive Compartmentalized Information Facility,’ or SCIF.”

Reuters noted that:

SCIFs are usually reserved for intelligence and military operations. Ordinary cell phones and computers can’t be brought into the chambers. HHS has SCIFs because theoretically it would play a major role in biowarfare or chemical attacks.

Getting answers

It will be difficult to get answers to the crucial Covid response questions, because the NSC has protected itself by classifying Covid-related meetings. We need someone to break the secrecy so we can get the answers the American tax-paying public deserves.

We count on our public health agencies to plan and lead efforts to protect our health. If the national security/military/intelligence agencies replace the public health agencies in designing and implementing policy related to public health, we have a right to know why and what the new policy is.

Regardless of classification, it seems reasonable that the public should be able to get answers to these simple questions:

Regarding the Pandemic Crisis Action Plan – Adapted (PanCAP-A) dated March 13, 2020:

Page 1 of this document, under “Purpose” states:

This plan outlines the United States Government (USG) coordinated federal response activities for COVID-19 in the United States (U.S.). The President appointed the Vice President to lead the USG effort with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) serving as the Lead Federal Agency (LFA) consistent with the Pandemic and All Hazards Preparedness Act (PAHPA) and Presidential Policy Directive (PPD) 44.

Q: Is this the document outlining the US Government’s plan for coordinating the response to Covid-19? If not, please refer us to the planning document/s that was/were used.

On p.16, the org chart for the “US Government COVID-19 Coordination and Response” places the White House Task Force at the top.

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