Yale University is conducting social scientific research examining various sales pitches to promote the forthcoming COVID19 vaccine to the general public.
A group of American doctors calling themselves “America’s Frontline Doctors” held a press conference on COVID-19, hydroxychloroquine, and more outside the Supreme Court of the United States.
The video has been censored by US legacy and social media, yet with little-if-any substantive justification apart from allegedly relating “misleading” or “false” information. MHB does not condone the use of any COVID-19 treatments outlined in this press conference.
Read the transcript of their press conference here.
Florida Civil Rights Coalition
(July 27, 2019)
After a 2-hour Zoom hearing viewed by tens of thousands of concerned citizens last week, Palm Beach County Circuit Court Judge John S. Kastrenakes unsurprisingly denied our clients’ motion for temporary injunctive relief against Palm Beach County’s unconstitutional mask mandate, paving the way for continued government tyranny under the guise of disease prevention in Palm Beach County. The full order is available on our blog.
Notably, Judge Kastrenakes’ Order states, “[a] mask is no more a ‘medical procedure’ than putting a Band-Aid on an open wound”, “[t]here is no reasonable expectation of privacy as to whether one covers their nose and mouth in public places” and “we do not have a constitutional or protected right to infect others”.
Via Lew Rockwell
Confiscated Substances Include Counterfeit COVID19 Test Kits
CINCINNATI — Cincinnati customs agents announced Friday a massive bust of multiple goods, including millions in synthetic drugs and counterfeit products that include fake coronavirus test kits.
Collectively, it’s the largest synthetic drug seizure in the history of the Port of Cincinnati.
On May 11, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers in Cincinnati seized an air shipment at a local cargo examination station, which has recently yielded 530 pounds of synthetic drugs and controlled substances.
The shipment arrived May 11. Officials said the shipment was chosen for a routine inspection, and yielded 530 pounds of synthetic drugs and controlled substances.
This shipment came from China and was headed to a single importer in Aurora, Colorado, agents said.
When officers examined the shipment, they found more than 160 smaller packages addressed to individuals and businesses across the nation. These smaller shipments contained various items including regulated medications, agriculture and food products, intellectual property rights violations — such as counterfeit handbags and shoes — and 530 pounds of synthetic drugs and controlled substances.