War in Israel. War in Ukraine. Out-of-control borders. The WHO Pandemic Treaty coming to take away our civil liberties.
It’s easy to want to avoid the news. I don’t really like contemplating the beginning of World War III or the end of all our personal freedoms. I suspect our leaders are trying to get us to spend the next five years killing each other so that by 2030, the survivors will be easier to round up and force into smart cities, eating bugs and owning nothing. They seem to think we plebians can be herded like cattle.
However, the public is not totally mindless. There have been some interesting developments over the past few weeks that show the public is paying more attention than our leaders seem to realize, and I’d like to share them.
NewsGuard is being sued!
Daisy wrote about this website’s experience in getting downgraded by NewsGuard in 2021.
We weren’t alone; NewsGuard has been going after bigger fish than the OP, and Consortium News is fighting back. Consortium News was founded by Robert Parry, who was a finalist for the Pulitzer in 1985 for his reporting on Iran-Contra. These credentials didn’t register with NewsGuard; Parry didn’t buy into the Russian collusion nonsense in 2016, and since then, Consortium News has had to deal with warning labels and downgrading.
But Consortium News has a bigger name and deeper pockets than the OP, and they have filed a lawsuit in federal court against NewsGuard AND the federal government. We wish them well!
The suit against the government for tampering with social media is going all the way to the Supreme Court.
We wrote a few months ago about some lawsuits being filed against the Biden administration. One of them is Missouri v. Biden, which alleges that the federal government colluded with social media companies like Twitter to suppress free speech.
In September, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals prohibited the White House, the Surgeon General’s Office, the CDC, and the FBI from almost any contact with social media companies. While this was overturned in October, pending a final ruling from the Supreme Court, it shows that parts of our legal system are absolutely still functioning as the Founding Fathers intended. We still have judges and lawyers devoted to protecting our First Amendment rights.
California’s bill forcing doctors to confirm to the official Covid narrative was repealed.
And sometimes they win. California’s Assembly Bill (AB) 2098 required doctors in that state to either conform to the “official” Covid treatment protocol or risk losing their medical license. So, for example, any doctors that suggested using ivermectin to treat Covid could lose their license, even if that doctor had good reason to believe it might be helpful.
Doctors within California were angry at both the restrictions on their freedom to practice their profession and insulted at the thought that outsiders would micromanage all their patient interactions. The Orwellian bill was set to go into effect January 1, 2023, but later in the month a district court agreed to an injunction, meaning it couldn’t take effect. In September, this bill was quietly repealed.
You can now sue Covid vaccine manufacturers.
This has been hardly the only blow to the Covid narrative we’ve been subjected to for the past three years. In breaking news, you can now sue the mRNA Covid “vaccine” manufacturers. Those particular products have been found to contain contaminants that were not disclosed to the FDA.
When vaccines are found to be contaminated, manufacturers lose their legal immunity. That means injured individuals can sue. Steve Kirsch has a link with a list of lawyers willing to take this on at the bottom of this article if you are interested. He also has the list of lawyers posted on his Twitter page.
In theory, since the contamination finding, these medical products should be pulled off the market immediately. We’ll see if that happens.